Transportation Manager

$76,758 - $114,734

Average Per Year


Manages the organization's traffic and transportation functions. Job Duties: Ensures that all traffic/transportation activities are safe and compliance with local, state, and federal DOT regulations. Tracks changes to regulations and modifies organizational policies and procedures in response. Maintains accurate travel, inspection, and maintenance records.

Working with equipment or fleet managers, coordinates scheduling of staff and equipment, accounting for required rest time and maintenance needs. Establishes procedures for investigating or responding to incidents or accidents. May ensures compliance of transportation service providers or other third-party organizations.

Experience and Education: Comprehensive knowledge of the field's policies, procedures, and practices. Performs complex tasks. Leads and directs the work of other employees. Has full authority for personnel decisions and may have some impact on departmental budgeting, strategic planning, and procedural change. Typically requires a bachelor's degree and 6 or more years of experience; may require a commercial driver's license (CDL). Reports to: Typically reports to a department head. Competencies: Ability to foster teamwork. Decision-making skills. Management skills. Analytical thinking skills. Planning skills. Clean driving record.