Discussion in 'UPS Partners' started by curian mccaskill, Dec 5, 2016.
Does any one know what the salary is for a job with the salary grade of 10c?
What is an on road sup pay grade ??? Center manager????
Do you know a ball park amount?
Full time drivers make more than driver sups. center manager are north of 110k probably with their bonuses around 150k
10C is a specialist pay is about 50K with no MIP
On road sup is 20F which is the highest pay grade at the ft supervisor level
Center manager I think is 30D or C but I'm not exactly sure. Mid manager would be the technical term.
A 10C is a ft oms. The pay is going to be based off of time with the company, current pay, etc
It could be as low as 40k. I know some ft oms that make upwards of 60K. Based on a 40 hour week too.
In my building all the FT OMS are being replace by 2 PT OMS as they retire. The old FT OMS ran the Center and did more problem solving then most Center Managers which were always being moved around and never had a handle on the Center anyway.
I've asked the same question but no one will answer.
A good OMS is worth their weight in gold. There aren't many of them.
A good OMS runs the center.
The dispatch anyway.
More than that.
You will get more answers if you used the job title rather than a grade.
A driver may complain less when the OMS tells him to do a pickup that's across the street from his area, than if the on-car does, if he or she respects the OMS more.... Depends on the personalities...
Boy I wonder why there would be a rift between driver and on car in that scenario
Why pay a center manager as much as they do then???? Totally unnecessary....
It's true I respect the evening FT OMS more than any on car or manager. He knows more about the routes and customers (P/U accounts, etc) than any management person. He knows the drivers and knows when the customers are lying about a concern.
same could be said about a package jockey, that would be you.
We tried letting the inmates run the asylum in the "Quality" "I play Win Win" days of the mid 90s. The cost curve started rushing up to the revenue curve very quickly. In this sense, it was fortunate that Ron Carey's strike in '97 snapped us out of that.
My center manager spent most of his days surfing stock quotes and a few conference calls. He successfully bullied the salary side and tried to do the same with hourlies, but with less success. Basically he was just a mouthpiece for the DM...
We had better men doing that job, that were actually respected by most of the crew, but they are long gone.
The oms team and the Oncar ran the center.
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