Great atsmophere/very professional
Vessel tracking coordinator/Revenue billig (Former Employee) – 55 Waugh Dr. Houston Texas 77007 – June 24, 2013
VTC: Dispatch. Worked 7on/7off 4pm-4am. Entered boat logs into computer using a math code. At each "boat call" I had to enter every log (est over 100) into computer, then before 8am a report had to print/distribute throughout the office. There were other daily reports that had to be out via emails, etc. as well. The demenor of the dispatchers were very professional and "protective" of felloIw female employees. Working at night, they made sure we were safe walking to car, etc. The schedule was great and I really enjoyed working different type of hours.
Revenue billing: With the experince of traffic, before making invoices, I would check traffic, check with the contract, and with this information I would prepare a rough draft for the invoice. At which time I would present the invoice to the sales manager that I reported to and he would either approve or would instruct me further for changes that may be needed. Knowledge of the contract were vital and knowing when demurrage (the clock) would be on or off. For "day-rate" contracts, the time would start at the beginning of the trip and will run until the next trip. Any downtime would be referred to the contract. The enviroment of the "bullpen" where we worked was very professional and the ladies/gents all got along very well. Bunker billing was also my account. The "bunker" is actually like a gas station on the water. We would take large ships from all over the world and we would fill them up. We would also lighter fuel from the ships as well.
professional, very good benifits, excellent company
management could use some help. consider re-hiring former emploees that are proven good employees.