Careers

TeamOne Logistics employs over 800 logistics professionals nationwide. If you are interested in beginning or advancing your career in the logistics industry, you’ve come to the right place. Our recruiters would be happy to speak with you about finding a position that matches your experience and goals.

Our recruiters can also be reached by telephone at (770) 232-9902 between the hours of 8 A.M. and 5 P.M Eastern Time on weekdays. You may also contact us by email at careers@teamonelogistics.comWe look forward to speaking with you!

Professional Driver (CDL A and B)

  • Over the Road / Long-Haul Drivers operate heavy trucks and drive for long periods of time, either interstate (between states) or intrastate (within one state). Some over the road truck drivers travel a few hundred miles and return the same day; others are away from home overnight, or for several days or weeks at a time. Some drivers work in teams.
  • Pick-up and Delivery (P&D) / Local Drivers operate light, medium or heavy trucks and work in route-sales or pick-up-and-delivery operations. These drivers have more contact with customers than over the road drivers and usually make more stops each day. Those P&D drivers often need sales skills in addition to driving skills.
  • Hazardous Materials Drivers need additional training. Drivers need to know about the content of the loads they are hauling, how to handle the loads safely and what to do in an emergency. Truck drivers who transport hazardous materials must also take a special test when applying for the CDL that certifies them as a hazardous materials driver. Examples of hazardous materials drivers include tank truck, over the road or P&D drivers carrying hazardous materials. Other permits may be needed.
  • Yard Drivers drive tractor trailer trucks within a yard or space, hooks up trailers to tractors, unhooks trailers, and organizes trailers and tractors within a company’s yard space.

Transportation Operations and Management

  • Transportation Fleet Safety & Compliance Manager ensures company compliance with all issues related to safety, OSHA, MSHA and DOT regulations. They enhance safety training across the company and act as the main point of contact on all DOT, OSHA and MSHA compliance requirements. They also manage and administer Workers Comp and make recommendations for improvements.
  • Transportation Managers are responsible for the execution, direction, and coordination of all transportation matters within a company.
  • Transportation Analysts study, devise or manage solutions in transportation systems. This career field could also involve managing supply lines through which materials and products are shipped using a variety of transport methods. Sometimes referred to as a Transportation Logistics Manager, those who serve in this capacity may also work with IT professionals, engineers, or shipping companies to oversee intermodal transport systems.
  • Fleet Operations Managers in logistics companies are responsible for selecting the right vehicles and maintaining them in good operating condition so that the company can meet its distribution objectives efficiently and cost-effectively.
  • Dispatchers schedule drivers to pick-up or deliver loads to customers or vendors. Dispatchers are also responsible for keeping records, monitoring driver daily logs for errors or violations, and the monitoring of both drivers in relation to their remaining hours of service and equipment as to its availability.
  • Warehouse Administrators manage the administration and dispatching of finished products and support the warehouse supervisor in all aspects of the warehousing function, including booking of finished stock, dispatching products, requisitioning raw materials and stock taking.

General Labor

  • Warehouse Associates are responsible, at various points, for loading, unloading, sorting, staging, transporting and otherwise handling products that come into and move out of the warehouse.
  • Pickers & Packers locate and pull product from inventory and pack it into shipment containers to fill a customer order.
  • Shipping & Receiving Clerks complete tasks that help a warehouse run smoothly. In addition to tracking inventory and keeping records, they may also package items, inspect merchandise and complete other related duties.
  • Forklift Operators use a powered industrial truck known as a forklift to move heavy or otherwise bulky materials from one place to another in warehouses and factories, and are also widely used in supply

Warehouse Operations and Managment

  • Warehouse Managers are supervisors at a product storage facility or distribution center. They are responsible for directing workers in their daily activities and implementing new policies to improve productivity, safety, and quality.
  • Distribution Managers typically oversee the acquisition, storage, and shipping of different types of goods for a company. Most distribution managers work for manufacturing firms and wholesale distributing companies, making decisions about how and where products should be delivered.
  • Dock Managers

Sales

  • Business Development Associates create and build client relationships while sponsoring interaction to obtain projects. This role assists in developing and facilitating the proposal process for specific clients/partners including budget and pricing development, proposal writing, contract negotiations, and client presentations.
  • Sales Executives are responsible for generating leads, following up with clients and maintaining professional relationships with others to secure future business.
  • Sales Support Associates are members of a company’s internal sales team, responsible for sales administration and support for field sales representatives.

Administration

  • Recruiters find qualified, dedicated, and invested candidates for a job vacancy, and works to meet the demand of both the employer and the employee.
  • Administrative Assistants sometimes referred to as Office Clerks, Secretaries, or Receptionists, perform routine clerical and organizational tasks. They organize files, draft messages, schedule appointments and support other staff.

Accounting and Payroll

  • Accounting Managers ensure people, or companies, who have an account with their businesses are current with payments, kept happy, and they also process new accounts when needed.
  • Payroll Clerks are members of the payroll department who focus on activities that help to organize data related to providing compensation to the company’s employees.

TeamOne Logistics is an equal opportunity employer. No applicant will be excluded from consideration for employment on a basis prohibited by local, state, or federal law. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation in the application and/or interview process should notify a representative of the organization.

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The driver shortage isn’t strictly a numbers problem, it is a quality problem too. Fleets consistently report receiving applications for open positions, but that many of those candidates do not meet the criteria to be hired.

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