Qualified individual is responsible for overseeing the shop operations of a busy transportation company. Duties include but are not limited to.
- Review daily workload, Prioritize and plan shop workflow
- Create preventative maintenance schedules and Due List, track maintenance due list and update vehicle PM records after PM completion, provide weekly equipment updates and forward to operations. Ensure DOT compliance
- Review parts pricing and needs, source parts in the best manner
- Order stock parts and special order repair parts as needed
- Coordinate/address any needed facility or shop equipment issues
- Track advancements and recommendation in fluids/lubricants to ensure the proper, most efficient products are being used in equipment
- Develop and maintain relationships with various vendors and dealers. Negotiate with vendors for pricing
- Respond and address driver breakdown calls and questions
- Coordinate shop and truck orientation on new company drivers (truck and trailer)
- Using connected diagnostics, monitor and assess truck faults or out of parameter conditions. Advise operations on the trucks ability to continue the route.
- Provide after-hours support for operations
- Analyze vehicle performance, idle and fuel usage/ provide a weekly fuel economy summary
- Develop equipment specifications for tractors and trailers that will meet the operational needs of the company. Negotiate and obtain quotes for spec’d equipment.
Other various duties
- Maintain and build a high level of knowledge on vehicle technology and advancements
- Determine best repair practices
- Evaluate needed repairs for cost vs value
- Prepare used equipment for sale and determine a value and facilitate sales
- Review and process driver purchase receipts
- Review incoming ship bills and approve for payment or pursue correction.
Job Type: Full-time
- Maintenance: 1 year (Preferred)
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