Dispatch Clerk Resume Examples

dispatch clerk

  • Acting as contact persons for the truck drivers when delivering or picking up the goods. Planning, handling and organizing the dispatch of all delivery orders.
  • In charge of printing and issuing receipt for deliveries
  • Check personal safety equipment
  • Book internal transport/stock movement
  • Create/printing receipt for necessary transport documents
  • Give necessary instructions to the Loading / Unloading Team
  • File documents and update files

dispatch clerk

  • Coordinate the goods and services internally
  • Requisition materials, supplies, equipment parts, deliver services for maintenance, joinery, mechanical and engineering department 
  • They act as a calm liaison between professional drivers, customers, and their company dispatch department. 
  • Manage intake of goods received, document, ensure for quality and quantity and arrange for internal distribution of goods.

dispatch clerk

  • Prepare daily work and run schedules.
  • Order supplies or equipment and issue them to personnel.
  • Record and maintain files or records of customer requests, work or services performed, charges, expenses, inventory, or other dispatch information.
  • Inventory of Receipts and monitoring the due dates/expiration of the receipts

dispatch clerk

  • Managed Inbound/Outbound window process for all deliveries and pick ups onsite including completion of Driver induction process
  • Prepared and Organised daily paperwork such as Load Manifests, Runsheets and Connotes for large volume of drivers
  • Facilitate routes and delivery options
  • Work closely with Customers and Warehouse personnel to ensure products are in good condition, picked correctly, processed and dispatched in a timely manner monitoring and reporting any discrepancies to Management and relevant customers.
  • Truck Dock Management for smooth operation of drop offs, pick ups and warehouse labour capacity.
  • Set Appointments and Complete Bookings as well as plan advanced scheduling for all onsite arrivals and departures for external carriers and end delivery clients using online booking systems and telecommunication.
  • Maintaining data records for all stock and completed deliveries using inhouse systems and excel spreadsheets.

dispatch clerk

  • Documentation of all incoming and outgoing items from warehouse 
  • Hand check items to ensure goods are of good quality
  • Capability to choose appropriate transport methods with the option of ocean,rail and road method available.
  • Monitor Ocean Vessels in advance for all stock travelling by Ocean internationally, being able to follow up and notify the correct parties of arrival and departure times and having containers/stock ready on time to meet strict deadline.

dispatch clerk

  • small recruiting role: processing applications: running DAC reports, verifying contact information, setting up screening/testing.
  • recording check calls for reload planning
  • issuing TCheck codes for advances, fuel, lumpers, and road service
  • keeping records updated and filed properly
  • getting new permit papers together and faxing lost paper work to DOT or driver when needed.

dispatch clerk

  •  Attention to detail- Accurate package sorting to assure packages arrive on time
  • Customer service- Dealing with customers directly at the register and pick-up window on a daily basis
  • Time management- Ensuring the overnight truck left on time every day
  • Multitasking- At any point through the day, there are many tasks that need to be managed simultaneously 

dispatch clerk

  • recruiting: processing applications, running DAC reports, verifying contact information, setting up screening/testing, orientation
  • TCheck disbursement for advances, fuel, lumpers, and road service
  • Keeping records updated for 50 tractors and trailers: check calls for reload planning, faxing lost paper work to DOT or drivers, making sure permits are ready to go out with the drivers
  • Understanding and Knowledge of Customs requirements for dairy and meat products. Policies and Procedures to be followed.

dispatch clerk

  • Understanding the importance and difference between chilled and frozen goods temperatures to be able to accommodate correct transport, temperature setting and accurately update records/documentation accordingly