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Responsible for the direction and shift management of bus and support vehicle maintenance activities including but not limited to: vehicle preventive maintenance and repair, shop safety, environmental compliance, inventory control and purchasing, and managing within budgetary guidelines. Recommends discipline regarding hiring and firing. This position is accountable for regulatory compliance and the overall quality of diagnosis and repair of the fleet.Essential Functions:
- Assigns daily work priorities in the repair and preventive maintenance of company vehicles.
- Manages labor, parts and supply costs within established budgetary guidelines.
- Communicates with operations to understand and support daily fleet needs.
- Supervises staff in meeting all corporate standards and all state and federal rules and regulations pertaining to fleet maintenance and vehicle repairs.
- Supervises and ensures quality control of all vehicle repairs.
- Writes repair orders, reviews records, and maintains vehicle files.
- Evaluates, prioritizes, and assigns necessary repairs from driver defect reports.
- May conduct shop safety meetings.
- May order parts and supplies; controls and manages inventory; evaluates and recommends tool and equipment needs.
- Trains mechanics in the technical skills required to perform daily tasks.
- Understands, teaches and monitors best management practices (BMP's) in the handling of fuel, hazardous waste and storm water management.
- Sets standards of repair quality and shop cleanliness; may be required to maintain and repair vehicles.
- Ensures efficient utilization of labor and resources.
- Responsible for security of building
- Assists in developing bids for bulk purchases and new vehicles.
- Participates in evaluating bids.
- Maintains standards of environmental compliance and best management practices.
- Employee is responsible for general knowledge of corporate environmental policies and procedures and how they relate to their job functions.
- Corporate policies and procedures are posted on bulletin boards or can be accessed at dpr.web.
- Employee is responsible for knowing the environmental aspects and associated impacts of their job position.
- Job specific Environmental Aspects and Impacts will be communicated by Dept. Managers during EMS training.
- Environmental objectives and targets will be communicated by dept. managers for each dept. during EMS training.
- Additional job related tasks as assigned
Status and Scope: Reports to Fleet Manager Qualifications
- Education and Experience High School Diploma (GED)
- AA degree in automotive technology or related field preferred.
- Graduation from vocational institute and journeyman level work experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
- Knowledge, Skills and Ability Experience in repair of all vehicular equipment.
- Experience in all areas of preventive maintenance.
- Experience in troubleshooting equipment problems.
- Experience in operation of various tools and equipment as required.
- Experience in maintenance and repair procedures
- Experience in ability to make major repairs as required.
- Experience in replacing major assembles and components without supervision.
- Ability to lift heavy objects.
- Ability to read and comprehend technical manuals.
- Ability to communicate verbally and in writing.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
- Knowledge of state and federal DOT regulations
- Knowledge of state and federal environmental compliance regulations.
- Valid State Driver's License may have an Intermediate or Combination endorsement (commercial driver's license required)
- License must be issued from the state in which property is located.
- May Possess class A/B CDL (AK) with PAX endorsement and no air brake restriction.
- Possess a set of basic automotive mechanic hand tools and storage cabinet.
- Must meet DOT inspector qualification criteria.
- Must meet DOT qualifications for brake inspector
- Experience and demonstrated knowledge in logistics organization with a demonstrated ability to prioritize needs and demands.
Equipment Used: Telephone, photocopier, computer, calculator, printer, automotive equipmentTravel Requirements: Little or No Travel (>10%)Lifting Requirements: MEDIUM - Lifting 50 pounds maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying objects weighing up to 25 pounds.Physical Requirements:
- BENDING: FREQUENT
- KEYING/FINGERING: FREQUENT
- HEARING: CONSTANT
- REACHING: FREQUENT
- SEEING: CONSTANT
- SPEAKING: CONSTANT
- STANDING: FREQUENT
- WALKING: FREQUENT
- LIFTING: FREQUENT
Training And Development