Fleet Maintenance Supervisor

$80,000 - $85,000 yearly
  • South Bay Recycling
  • San Carlos, CA, USA
  • Nov 20, 2019
Full time   Automotive Management Skilled Trade / Craft Transportation

Job Description

POSITION SUMMARY: The Maintenance Supervisor will be responsible for managing all maintenance operations and the oversight of a team responsible for the preventive maintenance and repair of company’s facilities, fleet, heavy equipment, and stationary equipment. Responsibilities will include all operational aspects of team management, budgeting, forecasting, business planning, and P&L reporting.

REPRESENTATIVE RESPONSIBIITIES: The following responsibilities are general duties that an employee in this position may or may not be required to perform. The actual duties required of this position will vary.



  • Oversee personnel needs of the department including conducting daily shop huddles, fleet walks, coaching, training, and evaluating employee performance. Provide input into hiring, termination, compensation, and promotion decisions.
  • Manage related administrative matters for team, including payroll, employee records, PTO, records of all preventive and corrective maintenance performed, recording of all information into Company Maintenance Software.
  • Oversee planning and scheduling of all repair work to optimize productivity.
  • Perform inspections of outside repairs to ensure all work was properly completed in accordance with Company’s safety and compliance procedures and federal/state regulations; follow up where appropriate.
  • Track issues and conduct Quality Control Inspections (QCI’s).
  • Analyze the quality and effectiveness of the work performed.
  • Oversee repair diagnostics on more complex matters, provide coaching, and identify training opportunities where necessary.
  • Responsible for managing professional business relationships with external vendors and maintain knowledge of all equipment warranties
  • Oversee inventory control system to ensure necessary equipment and part levels are maintained and purchases are within budget.
  • Approve expenses and manage the budget for the maintenance shop(s).
  • Maintain knowledge of engine, emission systems, transmission, brake, hydraulic and electrical systems to perform advanced preventive and repair maintenance functions on heavy equipment and vehicles used by Company, both on site and on the road.



  • High school diploma or GED
  • Valid State Driver’s License
  • Supervisory or Management experience, which includes the demonstrated ability to manage, coach, counsel, discipline, and develop employees
  • Demonstrated experience working with heavy equipment requiring a thorough knowledge of safe working practices, DOT, OSHA and other federal and state regulations
  • Financial and/or Project Management experience, which includes the demonstrated ability to prioritize work load and meet time sensitive deadlines
  • Previous experience with budget development and variance analysis; ability to provide financial forecasts; report and communicate analyzed data to management
  • Experience managing in a Union Environment.

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