A terminal manager is responsible for a warehouse's overall operation, including sales, administrative duties, net profit, and managing the property. They also handle merchandising, controlling inventory, terminal budgeting, managing the personnel, and scheduling and staffing, among other duties.
As a terminal manager, you must provide excellent customer service and oversee your workforce's hiring, training, and development (including the managers, technicians, and factory support staff needed to ensure a safe and secure working environment). Additionally, you must manage a facility within budget, execute a maintenance program, keep their area of work professional and clean, and communicate issues relevant to individual staff members or the team as a whole.
A bachelor's degree in engineering, logistics, or business will be required if you want to establish your career as a terminal manager.
The average base salary for a terminal manager in the United States is $69,549 per annum. Just in case you need a salary calculation tool, that works out to be approximately $33.44 an hour.