Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings

Global Capacity Management Agent, Polar Air Cargo

Posted Date 4 months ago(10/10/2022 9:47 PM)
ID
2022-5100
# of Openings
1
Category
Sales & Marketing
Company
Polar Air Cargo
Job Location (Portal Display) : City
Hong Kong
Job Location (Portal Display) : Country (Full Name)
Hong Kong
Employment Type (Portal Display)
Regular Full-Time

Overview

Execute Polar Air Cargo’s global capacity management process. Ensure daily global capacity management process of cargo booking and planning process that plans for yield, and customer’s priority.

Responsibilities

  • Assist in air cargo load allocation to each station by constructing allocation table for different routes
  • Serve as a liaison between concerned internal and external parties to ensure all aircraft load under correct priority.
  • Coordinate, communicate and response to any last minute change for all pre-flight arrangements with different stations, including operations and sales team, to maximize utilization of cargo load
  • Generate post flight reports and daily reports for billing and management analysis
  • Map out transit plans for all cargos to ensure all air way bill arrive at correct destination
  • Monitor all network/schedule related activities on tactical and strategic basis.
  • Verify US Sales/Reservation team CBA and priority list.
  • Assist US customers service center for RFS arrangement.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor degree of any discipline or equivalent work experience in cargo industry
  • Minimum 3 years of experience in air cargo industry or warehouse related functions preferred
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, precise communication with all parties to make sure messages are aligned
  • Independently motivated, result oriented with attention to detail
  • Demonstrate ability to work under time pressure and in a fast paced environment
  • High proficiency in MS office software (Word, Excel, Outlook)

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