Operations Manager in Oklahoma City, OK

Operations Manager

Direct and coordinate activities of terminal employees to provide cost effective, timely, quality service to customers. Investigate customer complaints and resolve problems. Interview, select, train, and assign new personnel. Enforce compliance of all company policies and procedures, safety rules and governmental regulations. Review and analyze expenditure, financial and operations reports to determine requirements for increasing profits and improving processes. Ability to work extended hours, including nights and weekends as necessary.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Minimum 2 years of terminal operations supervisory experience

  • Bachelor?s degree

  • Knowledge of AS400 system

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office

Saia, Inc. (NASDAQ: SAIA) provides complete transportation and logistics solutions throughout the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico and Mexico and has a long history of success dating back to 1924. If you?re seeking a rewarding career in a fast-paced and challenging industry, then Saia is the place for you. Saia is a growing corporation offering the best-in-class benefits and opportunities to inspire every member of our team, and is dedicated to providing every employee the opportunity and environment to continue to grow and contribute, individually and as part of a team. Perhaps that is why the average employee tenure at Saia is 8 years, nearly twice the national average, and why more than 300 employees have been with us for over 20 years. With headquarters in Johns Creek, Ga and more than 9,000 employees dedicated to their jobs and our customers, you may discover your own career path at Saia.


  • Nashville, TN

  • 1625 Corporate Pl

  • La Vergne, TN 37086

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