Performing this job requires a variety of skills, from learning company specific computer programs to sometimes being able to speak multiple languages. We invite you to learn more about our dispatchers, their personal opinions, and the culture of service at Status Trucks.
Our dispatchers talk about the culture of service, friendship as well as what it takes to be a great dispatcher at Status Trucks.
The most important thing about being a dispatcher is having a good communication with owner operators and working as a team.
Becoming friends with your dispatcher is pretty crucial. As long as you trust your dispatcher, it’s really an easy run. It all boils back down to trust.
Dispatching is a challenging career in a very fast-paced environment. Good communication with owner operators is crucial.
There are three main skills you need to have to be a good dispatcher: communication, patience and negotiation skills.
We have a great team here at Status and we stick to our strategy. We have great teamwork, we build great relationships and we work really well together.
I believe the type of personality you have to have for dispatching is someone who is outgoing, someone who is motivated and be on point.