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Start YOUR career with DHL today DHL Express currently has an opening for a Dangerous Goods SortSupervisor atour Erlanger, KY CVG HUB Facility.
The Dangerous Goods Sort Supervisor willSupervise CVG Hub Dangerous Goods Sort and Spill Technicians complying with national and international Dangerous Goods regulations.
Review and conduct Quality Control checks on the processing of Dangerous Goods shipments.
Prepare reports and evaluate effectiveness of operations providing recommendations.
Control CVG Hub activities for all Dangerous Goods damaged shipments.
Review personnel and identify process improvements.
Supports and communicates the regulations and policies in accordance with the air carriers ground operations manual, US DOT (FAA), IATA/ICAO Dangerous Goods regulations, and DHL Express company policy.
Key Responsibilities: Provide leadership and evaluate performance for Dangerous Goods Sort and SpillTechnician staff.
Serve as Subject Matter Expert on any Dangerous Goods escalations including spills.
Comprehend ICAO/IATA regulations for Dangerous Goods.
Develop reports for Senior Management and identify any trends associated with Dangerous Goods.
Fulfill Foreign Garbage duties in compliance with Customs requirements.
Make recommendations and implement process improvement ideas.
Ability to complete shipment level data entry into RCTS and generate a flight movement Notice to Captain (NOTOC) with accurate load positions as required.
Just like candidates take the time to research you and your company, you should take the time to prepare for the interview. Preparing for the interview doesn't just reflect well on your employer brand and create a better candidate experience. Preparation also helps prevent bad hiring decisions. Bad hiring decisions are usually a result of poor execution during the hiring process. However, going into an interview fully prepared and ready to evaluate candidates will help avoid bad hires. So, here are 6 interview preparation tips for employers.
Your life's goal is to work for Company A. Their brand, their product, their reputation—it's safe to say you're a fan. The only problem is that their careers page never highlights the role that matches your skills and experience. It's a bummer for sure, but don't fret.
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jobsearcher.com/blogHow to Ask for a Raise at WorkHere we go again; it’s time to talk money. Whether you’re one year in at a new company or approaching year five on the same team, learning how to ask for a raise should be part of your long-term career plan. These conversations are rarely fun (thanks to society, which has conditioned us to believe that money is taboo), but they are necessary if you want to, well, get paid what you’re worth. Trust us, there’s a lot of money on the table for taking. Below, we’ll discuss tips on timing, approach, and follow-up.