As the name suggest I recently (still haven't made seniority) and the hub I am at is short staffed across the board (drivers preload and supervisors) so basically I was "thrown to the wolves" when I started preloading the second day and did 3 trucks with very little help, which is fine I prefer to learn that way. Personally I love the job and apparently I am good at it. I am around 180 pph and it is only increasing. On my second day working I was approached by HR, and they asked if I was interested in going into a supervisor role which I said I would have to get back to them ( in all honesty I want to drive and that's all) well, my belt line supervisor also has asked me recently and now a pretty high up hub manager (I have no idea what his official title is, but I know all the supervisors wait on him hand and foot basically) and I were walking together and then he said "Hey Steve (not my real name), I want to promote you to a pt sup as soon as possible, I have heard nothing but good things from all your sups." I honestly didn't think he would remember me (he came in to introduce himself the first day) and I told him I would have to think about it. Just to be clear I want to drive eventually and that's about it. In time that might change but for now I am pretty solid on the idea to move to a driver role after I wreck my knees and back preloading for however long it takes to drive. Which I why I come to hear and ask some fellow upsers. Any info or guidance or suggestions will be appreciated.