• Traffic Clerk

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  • Overview

    Every year our teams deliver up to 150 million items through our network. Having the largest individual share of the national market and employing over 8,000 people in the UK there is no better time to join TNT. 


    Our depot requires a confident and highly organised individual to join the Operations Team in the role of Traffic Clerk, to ensure that we deliver a great customer experience. 




    As a Traffic Clerk, your responsibilities will include the briefings of Drivers, completing necessary paperwork and traffic sheets and monitoring the daily plan and highlighting any delays. You must update the computer system with the correct data and ensure that Drivers, agency workers and subcontractors are scheduled efficiently to cover workload / routes, ensuring depot targets are met delivering excellent levels of customer service both internally and externally.


    You will also be responsible for ensuring that tachograph cards are downloaded/completed daily in accordance with Legislation and actively monitor all vehicle and trailer information to ensure resource is available.


    Hours of work will be 1600 - 2000 Monday to Friday

    (20 hours per week)


    To be considered for this role you will possess the following skills:

    • Be PC literate
    • Have a good standard of numeracy and literacy
    • Be detail conscious
    • Have excellent communication skills
    • Have excellent customer service skills
    • Have accurate data entry skills

    A working knowledge of Driver regulations and previous experience within the logistics industry giving you a wider operational understanding would be considered advantageous for this position.


    In return for your hard work and commitment, we'll give you all the reward and recognition you deserve.  As well as a great salary and a whole host of flexible benefits such as reduced price cinema tickets, TNT offers many great opportunities for progression and development.  


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