IT Specialist/Analysts are technical professionals that are responsible for the implementation, monitoring, and maintenance of IT systems. An IT specialist/analyst must always be available to offer the necessary support to the employees, both internal and external assistance.
Freight Driver/Operators are responsible for safely driving large cargo trucks over long distances while adhering to all traffic laws. Freight driver/operators are also involved with loading and unloading cargo, planning routes, interacting with dispatchers and logging all trucking activities. Drivers/operators monitor wear and tear and maintain their rigs and equipment to ensure optimum functionality. Drivers/operators must perform business-related duties as well, establishing a solid pipeline of work to maximize profitability. Other business duties include accounting responsibilities, such as submitting tax information and calculating business expenses to determine net income.
ITS Technicians implement, analyze, configure, install, operate, monitor, document, and maintain Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) as well as fiber optic communication, closed circuit television networks, and parking and traveler information systems. Technicians identify and resolve operational problems. utilize tools and metering instruments, and operate vehicles and other power driven equipment. Lastly, ITS Technicians inspect and monitor contract work and assist the public with questions and complaints on traffic related issues.
The data science analyst or logistician is responsible for extracting, organizing, integrating, analyzing, and communicating information obtained from a variety of transportation or supply chain data sources. The analyst/logistician will analyze data using SQL, SAP, and other standard statistical software and tools to inform business decisions and drive efficient performance across supply chain and logistics operations. The work of the analyst/logistician might also support inventory and asset management, cost savings, internal strategic analysis, mode selection/freight consolidation efforts, product tracking, customer service initiatives, and metric reporting to promote operations performance. The analyst/logistician that also serves as a project or program manager oversees all aspects of a project, supervising progress over the entire project life cycle.