As fleet personnel, you are responsible to this company to
maintain the highest standards possible in the areas of efficiency, quality,
personal development, and appropriate training.
You are responsible for helping ensure all company equipment is
maintained and in a safe and efficient operating condition.
Reports To: Fleet
Job Responsibilities include, but are
not limited to:
quality work so that downtime is kept to a minimum.
Fleet Manager will assist you in accomplishing any and all work assignments set
forth by the management of this company if deemed necessary.
to report any problems hindering your job performance or suggestions which can
possibly improve your job efficiency to the Fleet Manager.
habits to remain flexible. Be on call
nights and week-ends.
to attend all meetings when necessary.
for meeting promised completion dates for work undertaken in order to operate
to be in full uniform and use appropriate safety equipment when necessary.
to work with all personnel in a manner that is efficient and profitable for the
to monitor preventive maintenance problems. This will help lower cost, and
reduce down time, on all vehicles. Bring needed repairs to the attention of the
Fleet Manager and perform needed repairs as quickly and efficiently as
for coordinating any additional duties with the Fleet Manager.
for maintaining appropriate maintenance, inventory and purchase records for the
fleet department as requested by Fleet Manager.
for maintaining schedule so that all route trucks, trailers, and all other
service vehicles are maintained properly so the least amount of down time.
for maintaining appropriate parts and supplies deemed necessary by Fleet Manager.
for keeping work area clean and orderly at all times.
report promptly each work period to Fleet Manager for any additional work
information or scheduling required for that particular day.
warranty records on all motorized vehicles, forklifts, tool and supplies that
for seeing that all parts that have a core charge are kept and sent back for
for coordinating fleet maintenance with the plant maintenance department when
for all paper work required in the performance of your job.
to work economically without waste of time, material, or manpower.
for making sure all parts, tires, oil, supplies, etc., are checked in and
properly filed. Daily P.O.'s and packing
slips signed and put in proper folder.
for making sure all lights, doors, and equipment are off and locked when
necessary, especially in the shop.
for seeing that out of date parts and supplies are kept to minimum and that all
said parts are sent back for refunds.
for checking in and out with the fleet manager and front office when leaving
the work area.
- Ability to lift 50 lbs
- Ability to lift, twist, bend, pull frequently throughout shift
- Good problem-solving skills
- Mechanic knowledge or experience
Excellent benefit packet includes: Health, RX, Dental, Life Insurance,
401 (k), paid personal days, and paid vacation.