Transport Terminal Administrator T8666 - (T8666)

Targa Resources is a growth-oriented provider of midstream services and is one of the largest independent midstream energy companies in North America, with assets in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, North Dakota & Louisiana. Targa owns, operates, acquires, and develops a diversified portfolio of complementary midstream energy assets. We encourage your interest in joining our team and pursuing the many opportunities we have at Targa.
Job Duties / Responsibilities (specific to the department, location or position)
Answer telephones, greet visitors at entrance
Responsible for managing general correspondence - receiving and distributing driver paperwork and general mail including invoices and other correspondence
Enter and maintain employee training records including DOT safety compliance
Advise management of safety compliance issues
Schedule and arrange monthly safety meetings for transport drivers and mechanics
Manage periodic audit scheduling and participate in information gathering, filing and arrange for annual fire drill as required at terminal locations including notification of local fire department(s)
Review bills of lading and input into CSI road for 3rd party billing
Insure that Sharepoint Bills of Lading are balanced to CSI
Input waiting time and demurrage for accessorial billing for 3rd parties and send same information to sales offices for Targa customers
Input and review time sheets for payroll processing for terminal technicians and drivers.
Receive, review and verify all fuel purchases using Right Express (WEX).
Procure all supplies for the office and also order and distribute personal protective equipment for all drivers in accordance with Targa policy
Complete and manage new hire paperwork for all drivers and act as liaison to Human Resources and Centralized dispatch in corporate office to facilitate
Review International Fuel Tax (IFTA) documents for accuracy as prepared by 3rd party and submit to taxation for processing
Other projects as directed by the Transport Manager
Minimum Essential Qualifications (include physical requirements)
High Scholl diploma or GED required
3 years experience working as an administrator with demonstrated proficiency in accounts payable/receivables and office management
Able to work on a computer with proficiency on Microsoft office products and other programs as required
Willing to work in a fast paced environment with pre-set accounting deadlines for payroll and bill processing
Willing to work occasional overtime as required
Self-motivated and able to work unsupervised
Preferred Qualifications (used as a tool to prioritize candidates that meet minimum qualifications)
Prior experience working with transport group as an administrator
Previous experience with CSI Roads or equivalent truck management software
Previous experience with Right Angle or equivalent accounting software
Familiarity with DOT rules and regulations for Hours of Service for Transport drivers

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