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Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a driver manager. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of driver manager resumes they appeared on. For example, 53.7% of driver manager resumes contained dot as a skill. Let's find out what skills a driver manager actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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The six most common skills found on Driver Manager resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. DOT

high Demand

Here's how DOT is used in Driver Manager jobs:
  • Managed accountability of assigned drivers as it related to DOT compliance, operations, equipment utilization and company policies.
  • Coordinate fleet maintenance with facility managements and perform regular facility audits on all required DOT elements.
  • Completed Company and DOT Paperwork and Entered Electronic Data throughout all transportation and logistics activities.
  • Ensured drivers maintained qualifications/certifications required by Department of Transportation (DOT).
  • Managed over 50 drivers ensuring the maximum productivity within DOT regulations.
  • Developed protocol for safety standards as required by DOT regulations.
  • Complete administrative paperwork relative to DOT and company documentation standards.
  • Assured that all drivers maintained driving records to meet Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations (hour of service).
  • Coached drivers to ensure we were meeting all DOT, CSA, company safety, and legal requirements while tracking improvements.
  • Maintain on time deliveries in the United States following rules and regulations of the DOT also company safety procedures and guideline.
  • Dispatch all customer loads in accordance with company policies and procedures, while being mindful of DOT laws and regulations.
  • Design 3-part document that meets DOT requirements and gives accurate records of repair (time, date, location).
  • Managed and coached safety expectations within the fleet maintaining compliance to DOT regulations by addressing issues to the driver fleet.
  • Plan and manage drivers schedule to ensure timely pick-up and delivery of loads, while following safety and DOT regulations.
  • Create BOL's for drivers and ensure that all FMCSA laws are adhered to and that equipment meets DOT qualifications.
  • Managed 40+ drivers, assisted with recruiting, training and assessing driver qualifications per DOT regulations and company policies.
  • Execute all policies in reference to Department of Transportation (DOT) and International Operational Standards (ISO).
  • Ensured that all drivers comply with DOT (Department Of Transportation) regulations regarding log hours and safety manners.
  • Coordinate Driver assignments according to customer requests; in compliance with (DOT) Department of Transportation regulations.
  • Store DOT audit compliance is meet, fleet maintenance is maintained and completed timely on a monthly basis.

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2. On-Time Delivery

high Demand

Here's how On-Time Delivery is used in Driver Manager jobs:
  • Evaluated and monitored driver performance in all areas including on-time delivery and customer satisfaction.
  • Directed shipping based on regional requirements and monitored to ensure on-time delivery.
  • Performed analysis to monitor and maintain on-time delivery.
  • Enlisted to lead team of 50 long-haul drivers, providing logistical support and developing load plans to guarantee on-time delivery.
  • Aided in implanting a new focus for Customer Service division by placing on-time delivery as a top priority.
  • Handled customer service issues, scheduled drivers, monitored shipments, and achieved 100% on-time delivery daily.
  • Manage 60 over-the-road drivers for on-time delivery and pick-up of freight throughout the United States and Canada.
  • Managed drivers by assuring safe, legal, and on-time delivery of freight.
  • Achieved consistent on-time delivery percentages of 98%.
  • Achieved 90% and higher on-time delivery with industry leaders such as Wal-Mart, IKEA, Kal Kan, and others.
  • Managed and dispatched 26 drivers in mid-west region -Responsible for route logistics and on-time delivery -Coordinate roadside assistance

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3. New Drivers

high Demand

Here's how New Drivers is used in Driver Manager jobs:
  • Conducted orientation for new drivers including documentation, coordinating physicals, agility testing, and training schedules.
  • Coordinate with the Maintenance department to ensure drivers receive required equipment services while maintaining customer scheduled deliveries.
  • Train new drivers on company policy and procedures, satellite work, routing, log books, professionalism, and safety.
  • Critiqued performance of all new drivers, evaluating their skill level and ability for potential success in the company.
  • Assist in training new drivers and ensure they become familiar with Swift Transportation policies, procedures and values.
  • Recruit new drivers-Achieved 20% increase in driver force while reducing turnover by half in 1 year.
  • Worked directly with load planners to ensure drivers weekly mileage goal were being met.
  • Assist in the training of new drivers in company policies & procedures, T.S.A.
  • Coach and mentor new drivers to meet expectations for safe on time performance.
  • Set up new Drivers in system and ensured qualification / Driver approval.
  • Trained all new drivers on safety, cargo handling and product security.
  • Involved in hiring, training and scheduling of new drivers.
  • Perform and manage weekly orientation classes for all new drivers.
  • Check and ensure drivers' hours are up to date.
  • Train new drivers to comply with policies and procedures.
  • Provided class room instruction and mentoring of new drivers.
  • Implemented training course for new drivers - speeding profitability.
  • Coordinate safety classes and tests for new drivers.
  • Provided orientation for new drivers and scheduled training.
  • Help manage the new drivers and train them.

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4. Customer Service

high Demand

Here's how Customer Service is used in Driver Manager jobs:
  • Foster effective communication of information between drivers, Corporate Planners and customer service teams to drive maximum service and productivity.
  • Developed weekly driver schedules and dispatched territory/route runs, planning and assigning deliveries to maximize productivity and customer service.
  • Deliver excellent customer service by ensuring merchandise in excellent condition while being stored, assembled and/or delivered.
  • Maintained open door communications with drivers and customer service/sales department to keep drivers loaded with minimal deadhead.
  • Deliver an exceptional customer service experience while providing transportation services in greater Cleveland metro area.
  • Manage driver utilization to ensure high levels of customer service and fleet profitability.
  • Ensured seamless quality customer service through thorough communication of policies and procedures.
  • Monitor and report service performance to appropriate Customer Service and Operations management.
  • Provided creative problem solving solutions to support customer service related issues.
  • Communicate delays and issues effectively to logistics and customer service departments.
  • Received all incoming calls while providing exceptional customer service daily.
  • Provided exceptional customer service during packing and moving customer belongings.
  • Managed 50 drivers daily activity to ensure superior customer service.
  • Work closely with Customer Service to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Revised Medical correspondence/forms for better clarity and customer service.
  • Provide excellent customer service to customers and potential customers.
  • Provided professional customer service to contractors and customer advocates.
  • Supervised and trained Customer Service Representatives in daily operations.
  • Communicated problems to the customer service representatives and load planners
  • Performed customer service responsibilities utilizing Ryder s TMS system.

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5. Dispatch Drivers

high Demand

Here's how Dispatch Drivers is used in Driver Manager jobs:
  • Dispatch drivers to ensure efficient use of company fleet and independent contractors
  • Dispatch drivers to delivery locations.
  • Facilitated communication to assist drivers.
  • Utilized FreightView Transportation System to perform routing and mapping software to assist drivers with directions, and truck repair centers.
  • Dispatch drivers for on time delivery, time management, logs, annual reviews, physicals and drug testing.
  • Work closely with Outbound Planner to dispatch drivers on routes based off available drive hours and needs of business.
  • Update daily schedule and dispatch drivers by answering McLeod computer system, email, and telephone calls.
  • Manage tow drivers, answer phones, dispatch drivers to stranded motorists and Police accident calls.
  • Dispatch drivers on planned customer loads, authorize EFS funds for advances and unloading charges.
  • Assist drivers when break downs occur by finding a repair shop or repair trucks.
  • Assist drivers who are having difficulty adapting to the companies dispatch and planning systems.
  • Manage, dispatch drivers for deliveries of Walmart product to Arizona, Colorado.
  • Work with planning personnel to obtain loads for their fleet and dispatch drivers.
  • Manage and dispatch drivers while keeping customer's satisfaction the number one priority.
  • Encourage and dispatch drivers to meet the turn average required by the company.
  • Route and dispatch drivers as well as myself for delivery runs.
  • Dispatch drivers to pick ups and delivers, troubleshooting load problems.
  • Assist drivers on driving directions, fuel routes and fueling locations.
  • Dispatch drivers for OTR and local, make up load orders.
  • Dispatch drivers to certain loading facilities depending on well needs.

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6. OTR

high Demand

Here's how OTR is used in Driver Manager jobs:
  • Lead a minimum fleet of 50 manned tractors, Lead a fleet of at least 50 day-cabs/Over-The-Road (OTR) tractors.
  • Managed approximately 30-40 OTR truck drivers and ensured on time deliveries of their loads across the country along with efficient routing.
  • Dispatched a board of 35-60 OTR dry vans to make on time pickups and deliveries in the lower 48 states.
  • Managed 25 OTR Drivers, 28 tractors and trailers as well as the net gain and loss of each tractor.
  • Managed a fleet of 45 OTR trucks and drivers ensuring daily check calls were made and their current status.
  • Managed fleet of 38 company and owner operators both local and OTR hauling steel and over dimensional loads.
  • Provided pick-up and delivery information for drivers (Class A, B, CDL) local and OTR.
  • Track and observe a fleet of over twenty OTR drivers across the United States with satellite accuracy.
  • Lead a fleet of 30-50 commercial OTR truck drivers and manage weekend fleet of 120 OTR drivers.
  • Organized and created an OTR fleet, taking it to one of the top fleets in Denver.
  • Dispatch 15 OTR teams cross country and 7 OTR solos out on top retail customer business.
  • Planned routes and dispatched local and OTR drivers, prioritizing loads and maximizing available hours.
  • Create, communicate and execute action plans to improve service for dedicated and OTR fleets.
  • Provide support for company and owner/operator drivers (OTR, continuous 48 states).
  • Dispatch OTR and City drivers to shippers in accordance with established procedures.
  • Planned all FL outbound loads and deliveries, local and OTR.
  • Managed and office in which LTL and OTR drivers were dispatched.
  • Planned and directed OTR drivers in delivering on-time production to customers.
  • Assign loads and prepare schedules for all local and OTR drivers.
  • Provided assistance for the Over-the-Road (OTR) drivers.

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7. Safety Meetings

high Demand

Here's how Safety Meetings is used in Driver Manager jobs:
  • Schedule and perform safety meetings and coordinate with CHP, Police, and Sheriff's office on evidence tows and impounds.
  • Managed and scheduled vehicle and equipment maintenance, ensured vehicles passed BIT inspections, and booked and chaired safety meetings.
  • Direct all quarterly safety meetings with all company drivers, owner operators and support staff.
  • Coordinated with drivers, staff, and management to hold safety meetings and resolved issues.
  • Attend all company and plant safety meetings to stay current on all D.O.T.
  • Conducted monthly company-wide safety meetings with over 300 attendees across the United States.
  • Attended safety meetings with drivers and alerted drivers of new safety information.
  • Led regular staff safety meetings to maintain regulation compliance.
  • Managed payroll, bonuses and conducted weekly safety meetings.
  • Planned and lead driver quarterly safety meetings.
  • Assist in managing Safety Policies, Monthly Safety Meetings (Traffic Violations, Roadside inspections, Random Drug screening, etc.
  • Organize and participated in job safety meetings and conduct pr trip inspections on all equipment prior leaving for work.
  • Hold preshift safety meetings, Verify to make sure all data is correct on load tickets.
  • Audit driver's paperwork for billing and payroll Conduct safety meetings on a monthly basis.
  • Hold safety meetings, ensure that drivers safely deliver loads in a timely manner.

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8. Company Policies

high Demand

Here's how Company Policies is used in Driver Manager jobs:
  • Participated in new driver orientation and educated drivers on company policies and procedures.
  • Developed working relationships with the other Driver Managers to ensure that we were being consistent in enforcing company policies.
  • Know, support and enforce company policies Al other duties and projects as assigned.
  • Hired new independent contractors and reviewed our company policies and procedures with them.
  • Manage all company policies including home time, safety and advances.
  • Follow all company policies, procedures, and processes.
  • Implement and manage company policies, plans and programs.
  • Manage drivers in compliance with Company policies and procedures.
  • Enforce safety rules, company policies, and procedures.
  • Implemented company policies for the employees to follow.
  • Ensured driver compliance with company policies.
  • Manage driver performance, monthly reviews and take proper disciplinary steps if necessary Responsible for implementing company policies.
  • Ensured freight was delivered at the appointed time and in a safe manner as prescribed by company policies.
  • Trained new employees with Mcleod, Hours of Service, and company policies.
  • Track each assigned driver on a "HIGH" security load to ensure compliance with Company policies.

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9. Driver Performance

high Demand

Here's how Driver Performance is used in Driver Manager jobs:
  • Monitored individual driver performance to ensure the company equipment use was optimized, creating maximum revenue.
  • Conducted Driver performance evaluations and monitored adherence to metrics and company standards.
  • Monitored driver performance for adherence to delivery schedules with zero damaged freight.
  • Reviewed driver performances and counseled drivers not meeting company expectations.
  • Manage driver performance and take proper disciplinary steps if necessary.
  • Evaluate driver performance and recommends disciplinary action as required.
  • Reviewed Driver performance and recommended disciplinary action when necessary.
  • Monitor driver performance for safety compliance.
  • Establish a good working relationship with each driver and Manage driver performance and take proper disciplinary steps if necessary.
  • Increased on time deliveries by 25% through driver training and corrective action, improving driver performance.
  • Measure and record driver performance monthly, and take proper disciplinary steps if necessary.
  • Keep track of driver performance by monitoring photographs and scan codes daily.
  • Evaluate driver performance during the probation period and throughout there employment.
  • Monitor driver performance and ensure compliance with D.O.T.
  • Provide recommendations to senior management in regards to driver performance, driver evaluations and driver discipline and/or driver termination.
  • Track loads Consistently review driver performance and take disciplinary action where applicable.
  • Managed driver performance and take proper disciplinary steps if necessary * Gained valuable knowledge using AS-400 Logistics.

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10. Internal Departments

high Demand

Here's how Internal Departments is used in Driver Manager jobs:
  • Perform administrative duties and provide timely reports and information to internal departments as required
  • Acted as liaison between driver and other internal departments, such as compliance and safety.
  • Act as a liaison between the driver, DSSC personnel, and all internal departments.

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11. Load Planning

high Demand

Here's how Load Planning is used in Driver Manager jobs:
  • Consult directly with the operations and load planning teams to over come obstacles and ensure the highest possible on time performance.
  • Work with other Terminal ECT members in drivers' and customers' special needs/requests as it relates to load planning.
  • Managed a team of up to 70 drivers, handling load planning, driver logs, and driver assignments.
  • Maintained dispatching, load planning and coordinated loads for a fleet of 500 semi-tractor trailers.
  • Managed daily load planning for service area in excess of 800,000 square miles.
  • Organized load planning, expedited freight movement, scheduling, and dispatching.
  • Assisted Operations Manager in load planning and obtaining loads through a broker.
  • Perform load planning and routing per daily volumes and driver availability.
  • Managed clients' schedules for load planning i.e.
  • Assisted in the load planning process.
  • Load planning with minimal deadhead.
  • Load Planning General Office duties.
  • Dispatched driver board covering Southeast region Tracked drivers movements and communicated delays to other departments Assisted in the load planning process
  • Assist in finding loads for drivers Help with load planning and setting up trip packs Troubleshoot problems for drivers
  • Load planning ,Rate negotiations, Dispatch Driver with 53" reefers& Dry Vans ,48 states .

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12. CDL

high Demand

Here's how CDL is used in Driver Manager jobs:
  • Conducted CDL training, skill assessments, and testing as a State of Florida CDL certified examiner.
  • Placed ads in local papers for CDL Class A driver positions.
  • Operated a class B CDL vehicle transporting school aged students.
  • Managed and scheduled CDL Team of trainers.
  • Managed 40 Southeast regional CDL drivers.
  • Manage CDL Drivers, plan routes, and dispatch them on Freight loads.
  • Act as relief/replacement driver and mantain CDL A for self.
  • Managed between 20-30 CDL - A over the road drivers.

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13. Safety Rules

high Demand

Here's how Safety Rules is used in Driver Manager jobs:
  • Manage a fleet of commercial drivers to ensure safety, production and on time service.
  • Preformed road driving test per company and federal safety rules and regulations
  • Helped enforce safety rules and regulations as set forth by FMCSA
  • Understand safety rules/regulations to ensure public safety and safety of driver and equipment.
  • Authored company safety policy and company safety rules.
  • Enforced compliance of operations personnel with administrative policies, procedures, safety rules and governmental regulations.

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14. Disciplinary Actions

high Demand

Here's how Disciplinary Actions is used in Driver Manager jobs:
  • Investigated all Driver related accidents/incidents for retraining, disciplinary actions, resolution, and performance improvement.
  • Performed monthly/quarterly driver reviews, took disciplinary actions as needed.
  • Manage drivers daily performance and take proper disciplinary actions.
  • Recommended driver rewards and disciplinary actions.
  • Recommended and implemented personnel actions, such as employee selection, evaluation, rewards, and disciplinary actions.
  • Handled driver's concerns as they arose as well as Progressive Disciplinary issues as they arose.
  • Oversee driver logs and execute any disciplinary actions.
  • Handled disciplinary actions, such as terminations.
  • Monitor driver hours of service,implement disciplinary actions as needed,provide ongoing training for drivers.
  • Generated data for management reports Resolving customer complaints Conducted accident investigations and risk management Responsible for driver evaluation and disciplinary actions

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15. Maximize Productivity

average Demand

Here's how Maximize Productivity is used in Driver Manager jobs:
  • Evaluated and monitored performance of drivers, empowering and motivating them to maximize productivity and attain employee retention.
  • Manage driver availability to maximize productivity of their fleet.
  • Coached drivers to maximize productivity and performance.
  • Manage drivers availability to maximize productivity.
  • Coordinate with driver/contractors to manage time-off and return to work policies to maximize productivity of each driver.
  • Manage drivers' time in service and time off to maximize productivity and properly utilize equipment.
  • Perform daily trailer counts of empty trailers and coordinate with the planners to maximize productivity.
  • Managed time-off and return to work policies to maximize productivity goals for each individual driver.
  • Manage owner operators availability to maximize productivity of their units.

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16. TMW

average Demand

Here's how TMW is used in Driver Manager jobs:
  • Manage fleet of Drivers ranging from 45-55 drivers, Dispatch Load information using TMW, Direct drivers and resolve service issues.
  • Synchronized Departure and arrival times in the dispatch system (TMW).
  • Entered orders as needed for broker loads in TMW software.
  • Enter the customer loads in the TMW computer system.
  • Use of Computer Based Dispatching System (TMW).
  • Build loads in TMW dispatch system.
  • Provided training for AS/400 software (TMW).
  • Experience with TMW and E-logs.
  • Integrated a variety of software, including Qualcomm and TMW, to ensure optimal service and alignment with quality control measure.
  • Use TMW system with Qualcom to track and maintain on time delivery.
  • Dispatched and preplanned all loads utilizing TMW software.
  • Experience with TMW software as well as Peoplenet.
  • Work with TMW and Peoplenet, outlook, word excel and EDI.
  • Facilitate updating, maintaining and proofreading of website while implementing TMW, Qualcomm and Peoplenet.
  • Use PCmiler, Rand McNally, MapQuest TMW Suite/Citrix Software Used.
  • Monitor and communicate with driver's truck and freight in Skybitz and Peoplenet, Qualcom, TMW software.

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20 Most Common Skill For A Driver Manager

DOT53.7%
On-Time Delivery12.3%
New Drivers5.9%
Customer Service3.6%
Dispatch Drivers2.5%
OTR2.1%
Safety Meetings2%
Company Policies1.9%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Driver Manager

RankascdescSkillascdescPercentage of ResumesPercentageascdesc
1
1
DOT
DOT
53.7%
53.7%
2
2
On-Time Delivery
On-Time Delivery
12.3%
12.3%
3
3
New Drivers
New Drivers
5.9%
5.9%
4
4
Customer Service
Customer Service
3.6%
3.6%
5
5
Dispatch Drivers
Dispatch Drivers
2.5%
2.5%
6
6
OTR
OTR
2.1%
2.1%
7
7
Safety Meetings
Safety Meetings
2%
2%
8
8
Company Policies
Company Policies
1.9%
1.9%
9
9
Driver Performance
Driver Performance
1.6%
1.6%
10
10
Internal Departments
Internal Departments
1.3%
1.3%
11
11
Load Planning
Load Planning
1.3%
1.3%
12
12
CDL
CDL
1%
1%
13
13
Safety Rules
Safety Rules
0.9%
0.9%
14
14
Disciplinary Actions
Disciplinary Actions
0.7%
0.7%
15
15
Maximize Productivity
Maximize Productivity
0.7%
0.7%
16
16
TMW
TMW
0.7%
0.7%
17
17
Service Levels
Service Levels
0.6%
0.6%
18
18
Hazmat
Hazmat
0.5%
0.5%
19
19
Service Failures
Service Failures
0.5%
0.5%
20
20
As400
As400
0.5%
0.5%
21
21
ETA
ETA
0.4%
0.4%
22
22
Peoplenet
Peoplenet
0.4%
0.4%
23
23
Computer System
Computer System
0.3%
0.3%
24
24
Driver Availability
Driver Availability
0.3%
0.3%
25
25
Fmcsa
Fmcsa
0.3%
0.3%
26
26
Daily Operations
Daily Operations
0.3%
0.3%
27
27
Performance Reviews
Performance Reviews
0.3%
0.3%
28
28
Load Information
Load Information
0.3%
0.3%
29
29
Customer Complaints
Customer Complaints
0.3%
0.3%
30
30
HOS
HOS
0.2%
0.2%
31
31
Qualcomm
Qualcomm
0.2%
0.2%
32
32
Customer Orders
Customer Orders
0.2%
0.2%
33
33
GPS
GPS
0.2%
0.2%
34
34
Driver Safety
Driver Safety
0.2%
0.2%
35
35
Safety Issues
Safety Issues
0.2%
0.2%
36
36
Delivery Appointments
Delivery Appointments
0.1%
0.1%
37
37
Delivery Schedules
Delivery Schedules
0.1%
0.1%
38
38
Log Book
Log Book
0.1%
0.1%
39
39
Delivery Drivers
Delivery Drivers
0.1%
0.1%
40
40
Company Vehicle
Company Vehicle
0.1%
0.1%
41
41
GM
GM
0.1%
0.1%
42
42
Bank Deposits
Bank Deposits
0.1%
0.1%
43
43
LTL
LTL
0.1%
0.1%
44
44
Inventory Control
Inventory Control
0.1%
0.1%
45
45
EDI
EDI
0.1%
0.1%
46
46
Route Trucks
Route Trucks
0.1%
0.1%
47
47
Customer Relations
Customer Relations
0.1%
0.1%
48
48
Truck Maintenance
Truck Maintenance
0.1%
0.1%
49
49
Food Preparation
Food Preparation
0.1%
0.1%

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