Ramp Manager

Job Location US-MN-St. Paul
Regular Full-Time


American Auto Works, LLC has proven to be a successful leader in professional auto terminal services to railroads and automobile manufacturers. Our success is based strongly on the positive attitudes, skills and performance of our entire workforce. To continue on our mission of total customer satisfaction and internal efficiency we seek motivated individuals to join our team; we are currently seeking a Ramp Manager to oversee our St, Paul, MN facility.


The Ramp Manager is a hands-on supervisor that services the needs of the customer while ensuring the safety of the terminal, and maintaining high productivity. Responsible for ensuring that AAW meets the customer’s scheduling requirements with on-time spot & release of trains, and timely grounding of autos. Manages the workforce to meet customer needs as well as profitability goals. Expected to work in a fast-paced environment where using superior management, organizational and multi-tasking skills.



  1. Responsible for the entire ramp operations including: safety, administration, maintenance, and productivity
  2. Responsible for the training and orientation of all employees and ensures that every employee has the necessary knowledge, skills and ability to perform each task assigned
  3. Responsible for problem solving with local railroad officers
  4. Responsible for the staffing of all ramp employees
  5. Enforces and upholds all AAW rules, regulations and policies, issues all disciplinary action
  6. Reviews weekly time and attendance and ensures data is accurate and entered timely
  7. Responsible for all administrative tasks related to ramp management



  1. 1-3 years of previous management experience
  2. Must have exceptional organizational, multi-tasking and time management skills
  3. Excellent Verbal and written communication skills
  4. Experience in intermodal, transportation, logistics or warehousing operations
  5. Strong Work Ethic
  6. Able to work outside in all weather conditions


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