Browse Average Salary Ranges for Transportation and Warehousing Jobs

What are the average salary ranges for jobs in the Transportation and Warehousing? There are 245 jobs in Transportation and Warehousing category. Average salaries can vary and range from $36,333 to $249,167. Salary ranges can differ significantly depending on the job, industry, location, required experience, specific skills, education, and other factors... Salaries listed below are U.S. national averages data from January 26, 2024.

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Alternate Job Titles: Delivery Driver II | Delivery Route Driver II

Delivers packages or products according to the scheduled route. Follows designated schedule and seeks efficient travel routes. Scans or records packages and maintains documentation of deliveries. Conducts routine vehicle inspections and schedules repairs on vehicles as needed. Follows all DOT and company regulations to operate safely. Typically requires a high school diploma or equivalent. Require... View job details

Alternate Job Titles: Warehouse Loss Prevention Specialist II | Fulfillment Center Loss Control Specialist II

Responsible for loss prevention services within the supply chain's distribution facilities. Provides protection of all company assets including people, property, and information. Detecst, reports, and resolves matters relating to safety, inventory shortage, and theft per company standards. Requires a high school diploma. Typically reports to a manager. Occasionally directed in several aspects of t... View job details

Alternate Job Titles: Distribution Center Supervisor

Supervises daily planning, organizing, and operations of a distribution center. Oversees one or more of the distribution center functions, including order processing, picking, packaging, shipping, and receiving. Monitors inventory levels to ensure sufficient levels to fulfill all orders. Balances workloads as needed to achieve production and delivery goals for each shift. Utilizes software, data, ... View job details

Alternate Job Titles: Haul Truck Driver II

Responsible for driving and operating a dump truck. Collects, transports, and unloads materials such as gravel, debris, or waste at specified locations. Prepares and regularly inspects the vehicle prior to operation, checking air pressure, lights, fluid levels, and hydraulic condition. Manages appropriate cargo documentation and provides necessary paperwork upon the delivery of goods. Complies wit... View job details

Alternate Job Titles: Fleet Administrator | Fleet Transportation Administrator | Vehicle Fleet Administrator

Assists in administrating and coordinating motor vehicle fleet operations. Understands OSHA, DOT, fleet-specific regulations, licensing, registration, and reporting requirements. Prepares and maintains accurate records of vehicles, insurance, and required regulatory filings and reporting. Coordinates repairs and preventative maintenance scheduling that support fleet vehicle availability requiremen... View job details

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