Spvr, Fleet

Field Operations TAMPA, FL


Description

 JOB SUMMARY
The Fleet Supervisor’s overarching responsibility is to ensure Frontier vehicles and equipment are maintained in a safe and dependable state. Components of achieving this include effective management of the day to day operations of the local fleet maintenance facilities and any direct report employees at those facilities, as well as managing work performed by commercial vendors. Responsibilities also include promoting a culture of safety within the organization. The Supervisor is expected to exercise excellent business acumen. Responsible to build and maintain positive, open relationships with direct reports and management, vendors, and members of the organizations Fleet supports. Fleet Supervisor is accountable to the Fleet Regional Manager. Travel required, limited to 20%.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must possess excellent reasoning and decision-making skills
  • Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Computer literacy must include, but is not limited to: email and word processing; understand and manipulate data/spreadsheets; various additional web interface programs
  • Database query (preferred)
  • Ability to be available and/or work nights and weekends as required by the needs of the business
  • Ability to acquire and maintain applicable licenses and/or certifications required by the Company or applicable governing agencies

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

  • 5-years minimum experience in Fleet Maintenance (required)
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Management or Administration, or equivalent experience
  • Experience in managing work groups that are covered by a collective bargaining agreement (preferred)

GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible for ensuring high-quality vehicle maintenance and repair is performed
  • Responsible to ensure the most cost-effective solutions are utilized, which includes, but not limited to:
    • Review 3rd party repairs to ensure value aligns with expense, correct as necessary
    • Review parts purchases to ensure value aligns with expense, correct and coach as necessary
    • Review mechanic work to ensure job hours align with accepted industry guides
  • Execute the Frontier Safety Action Plans and support a safety conscious culture
  • Responsible for in-scope employee, facility, and vehicle regulatory and environmental compliance
  • Effectively communicate, coach, and achieve Company and Fleet goals and results
  • Responsible personally, and for in-scope team, suppliers and vendors, to adhere to Frontier Corporate Compliance requirements including, but not limited to:
    • Frontier Code of Ethics
    • Sarbanes/Oxley financial oversight requirements
    • Training and safety requirements
  • Manage direct report workforce schedules and attendance, deploy resources to achieve maximum value
  • Responsible for meeting applicable in-scope employee performance goals
  • 1st level purchase approver and invoice processing

 

 

Frontier Communications is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.