Port Traffic Manager Salary in Alabama - State Average

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Average Salary for Port Traffic Manager in Alabama - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Port Traffic Manager in Alabama - State Average is $68,034.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Port Traffic Manager in Alabama - State Average is $32.71.

The average bonus of a(n) Port Traffic Manager in Alabama - State Average is $3,994.00.

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Manages operations of traffic division for port authorities: enforces rules and regulations, such as berthing of ships, handling and storing of cargo, and use of port facilities. Directs policing and cleaning activities of harbor department land, streets, buildings, and water areas. Ensures that activities concerning revenue are documented and submitted to accounting division. Advises port authorities on rates and revisions of port tariff. Solicits steamship companies to use port facilities. Directs activities concerned with compiling daily and annual ship and cargo statistics. Less

Manages operations of traffic division for port authorities: enforces rules and regulations, such as berthing of ships, handling and storing of cargo, and use of port facilities. Directs policing and cleaning activities of harbor department land, streets, buildings, and water... More

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