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Transportation managers are responsible for overseeing the shipment of all goods into and out of the company. Part of their job involves making sure that all shipments are handled efficiently, safely, and within the stipulated budget. They are also known as fleet or freight managers.
A high school diploma or equivalent is sufficient to get hired as a transportation manager in a smaller organization. However, larger companies will require all applicants to have a bachelor's degree at the minimum. Transport managers are typically employed by freight companies, warehousing organizations, manufacturing companies, and government agencies.
The first thing your interviewer will want to know is if you have had any first-hand experience as a transportation manager and what were your responsibilities at that time. They will also ask you if you have the leadership qualities and communication skills to give instructions and handle the staff. Want to know what questions to expect? You can see a list of commonly asked questions at mock interview questions.