Director Fleet Maintenance

Job Description: The Director, Fleet Maintenance US, is responsible to oversee and manage the company's US fleet maintenance including direct oversight of assigned area maintenance hubs on a national level with functional oversight over the garages, managing the US fleet by way of the preventative maintenance, repair, and equipment lifecycle management programs to include managing the capital and expense budget as it relates to vehicle repairs and refurbishment.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Ensures Health and Safety is the number one goal by following Policies, Processes and setting the example by leading all employees in a safe manner at all times. Manage the company US fleet maintenance by way of the preventative maintenance program, the refurbishment program, the equipment transfer program, and the overall repair program. Review and communicate maintenance standard operating procedure for all types of repair to be followed throughout the Company including preventative and predictive maintenance as well as refurbishment. Manage the vehicle maintenance expense and capital budget as it relates to vehicle repairs, shop facilities, technical labor, parts, and inventory. Review the electronic repair order system for labor, purchase orders, warranty, and inventory. Manage the asset management vehicle repair system for areas of responsibility and prepare monthly KPI reports on spend, safety, and refurbishment opportunities. Assist asset management and the communication of repair expenditures thru the appropriate equipment lifecycle program process and procedures. Review and manage parts and service suppliers for vehicle repairs Review and ensure all employees understand and comply with federal, state, and local regulations regarding technician training and vehicle repairs. Must be able to work in a fast paced environment with a positive attitude handling multiple tasks with ability to prioritize and meet deadlines. Performs other duties and tasks as assigned from time to time by management and will be required by the needs of the Clean Harbors business   Education: Associate or technical degree; Automotive and Heavy Equipment Mechanical knowledge; Financial skills as they relate to P&L understanding;  Experience 5+ Years of demonstrated successful maintenance management experience   Required License's: Valid Driver License   Competencies: Organizational and Time Management skills Verbal and Written Communication skills Strong MS Office skills Negotiating and purchasing skills Experience with direct management of multiple employees and locations to include performance management. Ability to travel up to 50%, overnight to various branch locations   Physical Requirements: Sitting Speaking and listening Grasping, reaching, standing, walking, stooping and crouching Lift pull and/or push or carry up to 10 lbs 57241
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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