FedEx, Operations Supervisor Job Review and Interview
August 4, 2008
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FedEx Operations Supervisor, in York, Pennsylvania
Long Days, and Low Pay.
Operations Supervisor Job Description
A Operations Supervisor for FedEx Freight is not easy. You are responsible for the activities of the terminal. This means employees, freight, equipment, communication and more. It can be a very stressful environment. I have found you are carrying a lot of weight for not much pay, at least compare to others with the same title at other companies. Even other FedEx divisions pay their OS more than Freight. You must know DOT rules, laws and regulations.
Education High School | Management Very High Quality | Stress High Stress
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Salary and Benefits
Salary - FedEx, Operations Supervisor is $22/Hourly.
FedEx Interview Questions
The interview was 2 part. First a nice lady from Human Resources called and basically verified my resume and asked a few other basic questions. Then a couple of days later I got another call to meet for a in person interview. The hiring manager really pressed on my LTL experience, how well I knew certain industry standards. He also asked how I felt about directing employees and what experience I had. After I met his approval there was only a drug test and a background check.
Typical FedEx Benefits, Health care, profit sharing, vacation, etc.
The conditions are typical of a fast paced terminal. We have some cold winters in Pennsylvania and it can get to you. I feel like I move slower in the cold. Other than that, I try to keep employee morale high and most of our employees are self starters so there is a comfortable atmosphere here.
I do get dirty from time to time, but for the most part I am managing others.
Other FedEx Job Information
I have a bachelors degree, although I am certain they only want a HS diploma. If you have experience a degree is not necessary.