Fleet Maintenance Shop Supervisor
Join First Transit as a Fleet Maintenance Shop Supervisor. This individual must have the ability to effectively work and communicate with employees and customers. Requirements include daily safety inspections, minimal reworks, and maintaining production standards. This position will require the supervisor to be flexible in working at both the Irvine and Anaheim locations as needed.
First Transit is proud to offer:
- Competitive salary based on experience & qualifications
- Career advancement opportunities - Advance your career nationwide within First Transit, Greyhound, First Student, or First Vehicle Services divisions!
- Excellent benefits packages with paid holidays & vacation, medical, vision, and dental coverage, and 401(k) savings plan.
- Ongoing training
- A great work environment!
Fleet Maintenance Shop Supervisor major responsibilities:
- Schedules and administers fleet maintenance, assists in troubleshooting problems with equipment. Communicates availability of vehicles for service with dispatch, maintenance manager and/or other operations personnel.
- Supervises maintenance operations. Plans and distributes the work. Delegates responsibilities as appropriate and monitors performance. Involved in reviewing personnel actions (e.g., hiring, promotions and discipline), and recommending appropriate actions to management.
- Works closely with location manager providing status of maintenance and budget requirements.
- Reviews repair orders for accuracy and completeness.
- Maintains fleet campaign work and schedules with accurate documentation.
- Ensures compliance on a day-to-day basis with State, Federal and Company requirements.
- Ensures all company safety policies and standards are followed and conducts daily safety meeting.
- Must have working knowledge of the principles, techniques and practices of servicing and repairing vehicles and equipment; drive trains, suspensions and braking systems, heating and air conditioning, electrical, air, hydraulic and other related systems; the use and operation of tools and machinery used in vehicle and equipment repair work, the occupational hazards and safety precautions of the trade.
- May order parts, and subcontract repair work.
- Performs regular shop and yard inspections maintaining facility to client and company standards.
- Required to perform hands-on work activities such as repairs and maintenance of trucks and heavy equipment.
- Identifies and recommends actions to improve operating efficiency.
- May arrange services for building and grounds keeping or complete other projects as assigned.
- Maintains an open line of communication with customer.
Fleet Maintenance Shop Supervisor job requirements:
- High school diploma or equivalent; Technical training preferred
- Possess Valid CDL with Passenger and Airbrake endorsements
- Previous CNG experience required
- 3+ years of hands-on mechanical supervisory experience preferred
- Good written and oral communication skills
- Must be computer literate with experience in operating fleet management information systems and have a good working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word and Access
- ASE Certifications are preferred.
First Transit is a leading provider of transportation contract and management services, moving more than 350 million passengers annually. First Transit employs more than 19,500 dedicated transit professionals through fixed-route, paratransit, college/airport shuttle services and rail operations at more than 300 locations in the US, Canada, & Puerto Rico. With a dedication to safety and outstanding customer service, First Transit sets itself apart from other providers in the industry.
FirstGroup is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. FirstGroup is also committed to providing a drug-free workplace. For candidates applying to positions in San Francisco or Los Angeles California, FirstGroup will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance or Los Angeles Fair Chance Ordinance.