- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
- St. Louis
The Brink's name is a promise to respect the trust we've earned in over 150 years in business. Every employee honors that promise by offering the highest levels of service and support to our customers. We take pride in our work, and we share a passion about our future. Learn why so many people have made the choice to join our team - and stay here.
Fleet Maintenance Supervisor
The Fleet Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for maintaining a safe, reliable, and cost-efficient fleet of vehicles to support the business. He/she ensures proper use and care of physical assets, helps to prevent equipment failures, controls costs, manages external vendor relationships, works closely with auto mechanics and internal customers, and performs regular equipment and facility audits. This position indirectly supervises mechanics within the department.
A primary responsibility of this position is to monitor fleet vehicle equipment maintenance. To do this, the Maintenance Supervisor schedules Preventative Maintenance Inspections, service campaign repairs, and corrective repairs. The fleet supervisor reviews the results, monitors repairs, and performs audits to ensure mechanics adhere to safety, regulatory and appearance standards. This individual analyzes equipment or vehicle system failures to determine root causes and resolve problems, and plans and coordinates equipment repairs with internal and external groups (e.g., drivers, vendors). Another major area of responsibility is to maintain automotive cost effectiveness. Duties include reviewing equipment failures and component replacements to identify trends, and monitoring key expense indices (e.g., fuel, replacement parts, tires, labor hours, equipment, etc.) to identify and implement cost-saving strategies. The Maintenance Supervisor also supports automotive safety and regulatory compliance by conducting facility audits, following up on issues, and coordinating safety and regulatory training. Vendor related duties include verifying external-vendor repairs, auditing repair orders and estimates, performing on-site vendor inspections, and negotiating parts/service pricing.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Ensure adequate inventory levels (e.g., parts, tires, etc.) to support business processes.
- Work with other groups to prevent, identify and resolve equipment and service problems.
- Maintain a high level of vehicle reliability, asset utilization and minimize downtime.
- Adhere to purchasing limits, expense approval procedures, and equipment disposal guidelines.
- Review and approve automotive expenses.
- Identify employee training needs and develop continuous development plans.
- Provide feedback and support.
- Conduct performance evaluations and address individual and group performance issues.
- Provides support to local fleet operations on matters such as regulatory compliance, technical issues, specifications, safety, telematics and maintenance.
- Responsible for hiring, training, and ongoing development of vehicle maintenance technicians to ensure that our highly skilled workforce is able to meet customer expectations.
- Develop quality assurance procedures to improve fleet reliability and customer service.
- Manages compliance for vehicle related equipment and activities comply with safety standards, laws and regulations, with particular attention to compliance with DOT FMCSA, OSHA, and EPA requirements.
- Perform other duties as required.
Skills / Abilities and Knowledge
- Applies legal, regulatory and safety compliance knowledge to reduce company risk.
- Knowledge of mechanical fundamentals, maintenance, diagnosis, and repair to vehicle or fleet operation.
- Understanding of policies and procedures to situations and operations.
- Builds positive employee relations with employees. Take action to address and resolve requests and situations.
- Coaches and develops others using career development processes and tools.
- Manages equipment repair and oversees the correction of problems with tools, machinery and other standard technical equipment.
- Manages inspections of buildings, grounds, equipment, supplies, and/or compliance documents to ensure safety, regulatory compliance, prolonged service life, and appearance.
- Manages physical assets (e.g., machinery, vehicles, equipment, supplies). Evaluates, obtains and allocates physical asset resources, maximizes their use and projects future asset needs.
- Manages and establishes working relationships with vendors (e.g., suppliers, consultants, contractors).
Associate's degree or related field or equivalent experience
Related Work Experience
- 3+ years of Fleet Maintenance Experience
- 1+ years of Management Experience
- 1+ years of Mechanical Experience - Automotive
- Work on-site in automotive shop or outside on property
- 50% Travel to other sites or vendor locations
Brink's is the global leader in security and logistics services, trusted by banks, financial institutions and businesses in both public and private sectors. We deliver the currency of the world to businesses in our communities. We do it because we're needed. We do it because we're trusted and valued. We do it because it makes us proud. Brink's Proud.
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Brink's is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, marital status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or history or any other characteristic protected by law. Brink's is also committed to providing a drug free workplace.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
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