Collection & Delivery Operation Manager Salary in United States

To get your salary data, use the search bar below or browse by job, city, or state.
loading...

Job title is required

loading...

Job location is required.

Average Salary for Collection & Delivery Operation Manager in United States

The average salary of a(n) Collection & Delivery Operation Manager in United States is $64,516.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Collection & Delivery Operation Manager in United States is $31.02.

The average bonus of a(n) Collection & Delivery Operation Manager in United States is $2,129.00.

Job Description:

Manages the collection and delivery of parcels or items from and to residential and business addresses. Ensures all parcels or items are delivered/collected on time and that tracking information is available to customers and colleagues. Liaises with organization management and current and potential clients on a regular basis. Adjusts operational elements and communicates change and ownership of client invoicing and contractual adherence. Reviews, analyzes, prepares, updates, and distributes reports, records, and directives, and confers with managers/supervisors to obtain data required for planning activities, such as new commitments, status of work in progress, and problems encountered. Analyzes historical reporting data, volume projections, and financial impacts. Makes changes and recommendations as appropriate. Develops management information according to contract. Produces accurate invoice summaries in accordance with contracted process. Analyzes all schedules of the services agreement. Gains in-depth understanding of contractual obligations between organization and client. Adjusts call routing configurations or staffing levels on an as-needed basis. Tracks scheduling exceptions including attendance, approved off-phone activity, or policy violations. Works with internal departments to ensure adequate time allowance for changes to the operation. Carries out relevant safety checks on collection and delivery vehicles. Monitors and analyzes financial performance and prepares department budget. Recruits, hires, trains staff, evaluates performance, and recommends or initiates promotions, transfers, and disciplinary action. Less

Manages the collection and delivery of parcels or items from and to residential and business addresses. Ensures all parcels or items are delivered/collected on time and that tracking information is available to customers and colleagues. Liaises with organization management and... More

How helpful is this page?

Are you a(n) Collection & Delivery Operation Manager?

Get a more personalized salary report now. Get Report

Average Salaries for Similar Jobs in United States

Job Openings by Indeed job search

Results for Collection & Delivery Operation Manager in United States

Director of Credit - Dallas, TX

Ryan LLC

The Director, Credit & Collections is responsible for directing the daily operations of the Credit/Collection department, coordinating and managing A/R...

View job on Indeed.com

Tax Projects Delivery Group Manager - Detroit, MI

PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC

Managing resource requirements, project workflow, budgets, billing and collections; Many of the key operations of a tax department managing fixed assets,...

View job on Indeed.com

Collections Services Manager - Seattle, WA

City of Seattle

With the guidance of the Assistant Director of Collections and Access, the Collection Services Manager will plan, organize, and direct staff and operations to...

View job on Indeed.com

Adult and Community Services Manager - Columbia, MO

Daniel Boone Regional Library

Collection maintenance activities. Collections and the delivery of materials to homebound patrons, residential facilities and agencies such as group homes, food...

View job on Indeed.com

Service Delivery Manager - Life Sciences - San Francisco, CA

Deloitte

The Service Delivery Manager plays an integral role in leading client delivery of those managed services contracted for....

View job on Indeed.com

Discover How Much You
Should Be Paid

Work in Compensation or HR?    x