Refined Transportation Clerk


Req ID: 113221

Basic Purpose- Process all fuel paperwork received by Gemini Back Office. Respond and research requests from other departments and outside companies in an accurate, timely and efficient manner.

 

Major Responsibilities:

  • Use Data Entry to enter information from Bill of Ladings and Freight tickets that are sent in from Gemini and our 3rd party carriers into an internal system.
  • Research missing paperwork and various request from internal and outside customers
  • Communicate with internal and outside customers by phone and email.
  • Verify inner company orders match fuel paperwork
  • Process fuel diversions
  • Distribute fuel paperwork for internal and outside customers
  • Meet daily, weekly and monthly deadlines

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Education:
    • High school Diploma or equivalent required
  • Experience:
    • Fuel or Transportation experience a plus

 

SKILLS AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Skills:
    • Hard Skills: Knowledge of Microsoft Office
    • Soft Skills: Good written and oral communication skills, team player, exceptional customer service, attention to detail, self motivated, attention to detail, good time management skills, and the ability to prioritize
  • Typical Physical Demands:
    • Requires prolonged sitting, some bending and stooping
    • Occasional lifting up to 25 pounds
    • Manual dexterity sufficient to operate a computer keyboard and calculator
    • Requires normal range of hearing and vision

Job Function(s): Accounting and Finance

Founded in 1964 by Tom Love, Love’s Family of Companies is headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and remains entirely family owned and operated. With more than 300 locations in 40 states, Love’s approximate growth rate is 20 stores per year. Love’s has consistently ranked in the top 10 on Forbes’ Magazine’s annual listing of America’s largest privately held companies. From the first filling station in Watonga, Oklahoma, the Love’s commitment has remained the same: “Clean Places, Friendly Faces.”