Traffic Rate Clerk Salary in Arkansas - State Average

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Average Salary for Traffic Rate Clerk in Arkansas - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Traffic Rate Clerk in Arkansas - State Average is $34,798.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Traffic Rate Clerk in Arkansas - State Average is $16.73.

The average bonus of a(n) Traffic Rate Clerk in Arkansas - State Average is $595.00.

Job Description:

Compiles and computes freight rates, passenger fares, and other charges for transportation services, according to rate tables and tariff regulations. Examines shipping bills to obtain description of freight, and classifies freight according to rate-book description. Reads rate schedule to obtain specific rate for each item classified depending on distance shipped. Computes total freight charge, using calculator and records charges on shipping order. Calculates and records storage, redelivery, and reconsignment charges when applicable. Answers mail or telephone inquiries from shippers regarding rates, routing, packing procedures and interline transportation procedures. May examine bills of lading and file claims with transportation companies for overcharges. May keep records of freight movements. Less

Compiles and computes freight rates, passenger fares, and other charges for transportation services, according to rate tables and tariff regulations. Examines shipping bills to obtain description of freight, and classifies freight according to rate-book description. Reads rate schedule to obtain... More

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