This Incredible dispatching opportunity offers growth potential within 6 months up to $600.00 monthly starting pay plus Bonuses paid monthly, All shifts available, must have internet and a Cell phone.
Truck dispatchers coordinate and manage the schedules of truck drivers to ensure products and goods are picked up and delivered in a timely manner. They receive calls for truck services and contact their fleet of truck drivers to arrange the pickups and deliveries. They maintain contact with truck drivers throughout their routes to monitor their progress and to troubleshoot any problems that may arise along the way. They relay information to customers to keep them informed of delivery dates and time estimates.
The trucking industry relies on safe drivers to complete deliveries, and they're typically thought of as the foundation of the system, but they're not the only employees responsible for its success. Dispatchers play an essential role as well and they're in high demand.
A dispatcher's job is to schedule drivers to pick up and deliver loads to customers or vendors, but that just scratches the surface.
Truck Dispatcher Duties & Responsibilities
Truck dispatchers have numerous other responsibilities as well. They can vary slightly from company to company.