skip to Main Content

Transportation/Logistics Manager

What does a transportation/logistics manager do?

Transportation/logistics managers oversee warehouse, inventory control, material handling, customer service, transportation, and planning workers. They hire, train and evaluate employees. Managers prepare worker schedules and ensure warehousing and distribution workers follow safety rules.

What do I need to get a transportation/logistics manager job?

Cecil College has an articulation agreement with the University of Delaware. Students satisfactorily completing the Transportation and Logistics option degrees at Cecil College are guaranteed admission to the University of Delaware’s Supply Chain Management program.   This will open the door to careers in logistics management, supply management, transportation management, operations management, and many other logistics related specialties.

The American Purchasing Society offers several purchasing agent accreditations for those with a supply chain management background.

What is the median salary for a transportation/logistics manager?

  • $99,890

Where can I go from here?

Warehouse Logistics
1. Packer/Packager
2. Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand
3. Team Assembler
4. Helper
5. Shipping/Receiving Clerk
6. Maintenance Helper
7. Janitor/Cleaner
8. Order/Stock Clerk
9. Dispatcher
10. Inspector/Tester
11. Forklift Operator
12. First-Line Supervisor
13. Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerk
14. Machine Operator
15. Bus Driver (CDL B)
16. Light Truck Driver (CDL B)
17. Heavy/Tractor Trailer Driver (CDL A)
18. Maintenance Mechanic
19. Bus/Truck Mechanic
20. Industrial Engineer
21. General Operations Manager
22. Buyer/Purchasing Agent
23. Transportation/Logistics Manager
24. Supply Systems Analyst
25. Cargo Freight Agent
26. Maintenance Manager
27. Transportation/Logistics Supervisor
Back To Top