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Fleet Maintenance Manager
The Fleet Maintenance Manager is responsible for the management of fleet equipment at one or more locations and managing a team(s) of technicians who are responsible for the preventive maintenance and repair of a fleet of up to 60 vehicles (diesel and alternative fuel.)
- Provide direction to all technician levels, as well as the lead technicians, in the maintenance shop and may manage a Fleet Maintenance Supervisor in a satellite maintenance shop or on another shift, assigned to his or her work group to ensure that all repair and maintenance work is performed is a safe, efficient and timely manner.
- Oversee the planning and scheduling of all repair work to increase productivity, while effectively managing the department's overtime.
- Monitor the shop's operational performance and efficiency and act to redirect activities as appropriate.
- Report to management on shop performance and implement procedures for process or programmatic changes for improvement for efficiencies.
- Manage lead technicians and maintenance supervisors in the maintenance shop, to include responsibilities as overseeing daily shop huddles; fleet walks; coaching and counseling lead technician and maintenance supervisor(s) on performance and corrective action, when necessary.
- Make hiring and termination decisions, in concert with Human Resources and appropriate management; oversee employee training and performance evaluation; evaluate, recommend and approve supervisor recommendations for merit increase, promotion and job change recommendations, as appropriate.
- Maintain an on-going preventive maintenance program for assigned locations. Identify trends in road calls, break downs; oversee maintenance of the building and other facility on site; control maintenance costs relating to personnel, purchasing, inventory control and outsourcing of repairs.
- Manage outside repair facilities and repairs to ensure all work is properly completed in accordance with the Company's safety and compliance procedures, and federal and state regulations.
- Follow up where appropriate. Identify training opportunities and, as necessary, document issues and constructively discusses corrective action, as needed, with maintenance supervisor.
- Conduct Quality Control Inspections, track issues and issue resolution to ensure all works is properly completed and is in accordance with the Company's safety and compliance procedures, and federal and state regulations.
- Maintain advanced knowledge of engine, emission systems, transmission, brake, hydraulic and electrical systems to manage advanced preventive and repair maintenance functions of heavy equipment and vehicles used by the company, on site and on the road, including:
- Engine chassis repair and maintenance.
- Knowledge of vehicle body control systems, including hydraulics and electrical systems to manage the maintenance and repair the vehicles in a timely and safe manner.
- Knowledge of heating and air conditioning systems to manage diagnosis and repair of complex heating and cooling systems in the vehicles in a timely and safe manner; and knowledge of welding tools to fix heavy equipment in a safe and efficient manner.
10% annual bonus based on locations success