July 27, 2020
August 14, 2020
As the Supervisor, Fleet you will be responsible for organizing and directing the daily activities related to the servicing, maintenance and repair of vehicles, light and heavy trucks and other mechanical equipment. You will also supervise, coordinate and schedule staff to meet Corporate Fleet needs.
Supervise a team of technical staff including but not limited to, Licensed Technicians and Automotive Service Attendants.
Coordinate maintenance and repair performed by Fleet staff of vehicles and equipment through the work order system (FLINT).
Ensure adherence with the City's preventative maintenance program as well as MTO inspections and brake inspections requirements.
Ensure adequate equipment and material levels are maintained to meet maintenance and repair needs. Authorize all material purchases for the shift.
Liaise with City staff, user groups and suppliers.
Ensure operations comply with the requirements of occupational health and safety and environmental law; as well as the requirements under the ISO 14001 management system.
Process warranty claims through dealer and follow up as required.
Participate in various committees as required.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Hours of Work:
3:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. (40 hour/week) + alternating weekends and STAT Holidays On-Call
- Please note that the regular hours of work for this position may change as operationally necessary, to include the 11pm - 7am shift
Candidates must have the ability to support and project the organization's core values of trust and respect, collaboration, and change and growth, as well as our leadership traits, which are reflected in employees who:
1. Lead by example and expect the same of others;
2. Recognize accomplishments;
3. Collaborate with others to realize shared outcomes;
4. Enable others to be their best;
5. Look beyond today.
In addition, candidates:
Must be reliable with good attitude and employment record.
Must have a minimum 2-year diploma or 2 years' in a specialized post-secondary program in a related field.
Must hold a valid Certificate of Qualification from the Ontario Ministry of College and Universities as a Truck and Coach Technician and Automotive Service Technician.
Must possess a valid MTO "G" class driver's license in good standing with the ability to obtain a "DZ" driver's license within 6 months of hire.
Must have proven leadership skills and be committed to working within a cooperative team environment.
Must have demonstrated ability to direct the work of others.
Must have strong interpersonal and human relations skills to deal effectively with union and non-union staff and customers both verbally and in writing.
Must have experience in commercial fleet preventative maintenance programs on light to heavy trucks, sweepers, loaders and road repair equipment.
Must have a working knowledge of the Ontario Health and Safety Act and Regulations, WHMIS, Highway Traffic Act of Ontario and the National Safety Code.
Must be familiar with Periodic Commercial Motor Vehicle Inspections (PMCVI) and Commercial Vehicle Operators Registration (CVOR).
Must have proven experience delivering training and have the ability to adapt to evolving training requirements.
Must be proficient in the use of personal computers and Microsoft Office Suite.
Must have a sound understanding of budgets, work order costing and estimate preparation.
Must be able to manage large volumes of information in a fast-paced environment.
Preference may be given to applicants possessing experience working with a computerized Fleet management program.
Preference may be given to applicants with supervisory experience.
Consideration will be given to applicants with the following pre-approved equivalent combination of education and experience if no applicant with the stated level of education and experience is successful:
Grade 12 Diploma plus up to 1 year of additional job-related post-secondary courses with a minimum 4 years' experience; or, 3-year Degree/Diploma with a minimum 1 year experience.
We are committed to diversity and inclusion, and thank all applicants in advance.
Accommodations are available during all stages of the recruitment process in accordance with the Human Rights Code.
We thank all applicants for their interest, however only candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted
Please note that as per Human Resources Policy #II-110, "Employment of Relatives of Staff Members and Elected Officials":
“The immediate relatives of staff of the Human Resources Division, all Directors, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, or the Chief Administrative Officer and Elected Officials shall not be employed by the City in any capacity.
The immediate relatives of all other Management personnel shall not be employed where such employment would be:
1. within the same Department in the case of permanent full-time, temporary full-time and part-time classifications.
2. within the same Division in the case of students."
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