This is supervisory work planning, implementing, coordinating, and supervising all maintenance, repairs, and operations to maximize the assets value for the Douglas County Fleet. This position will supervise, perform analytical analysis, provide training, and support for the Fleet Services staff.
Examples of Duties
The following examples are illustrative only and are not intended to be all inclusive.
Responsible for the maintenance and repair of all vehicles and equipment assigned to all shop locations and all other Douglas County equipment.
Responsible for the radio equipment and installations of all vehicles and equipment. Management of life cycle and recommendations of all non-DCSO radios and equipment to align with Sheriff's Office.
Implements and monitors a scheduled preventative maintenance program to ensure cost effectiveness and compliance with manufacturers specifications.
Maintains a complete inventory system through FASTER by recording of all expenditures, maintenance equipment, fuel, repair parts, supplies, etc.
Manage the operations and inventory controls of het parts and lube rooms for two shop locations in Castle Rock and Parker.
Analyzes each departments vehicle and equipment utilization within FASTER to ensure that proper maintenance plans are followed.
Implements and oversees a mechanic training program and retains mechanic certifications to stay current within industry repair standards and all applicable laws.
Enforces compliance with County safety practices and procedures and ensures employees receive safety training.
Examines work orders and reports for accuracy and completeness on each repair request received.
Supervises daily downtime repairs for all shops and manages "Shop Turn Around" to 0-24 Hrs, 24-48 Hrs, & 48+ Hrs.
Monitors and manages FASTER "Open Work Order by Status" within each shop on a daily basis.
Examines and administers "Preventative Maintenance Compliance" through FASTER on a daily and weekly basis.
Examines and administers the Warranty work and recalls with the appropriate assistant supervisor with all the manufacturers.
Directs the preparation and documentation of all annual inspections and ensures the proper filing of documents with the appropriate authority.
Regulates the preparation and documentation of the self-emissions program and ensures the proper filing of documents.
Assists in the development of the Fleet Services budget to include review of the past budget and the forecasting needs for future budgets.
Assists all departments in the development of specifications for vehicles and equipment to be utilized by Douglas County.
Other duties as assigned.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Has supervision over assistant supervisors, mechanics, and inventory specialists. Responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of this unit.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
A high school diploma or GED.
Seven (7) years of auto/diesel mechanical education or experience OR any equivalent combination.
Three (3) years' experience in supervision and management of a diverse fleet. Three (3) years' experience with preventative maintenance plans in a fleet management system.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
Possess a valid Colorado Class A CDL Driver's License with no restrictions on automatic transmissions.
Possession of or ability to obtain within 60 days of hire, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment: Air Pollution Control Division Diesel Fleet Self-Certification Program inspection card.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Safety and hazardous materials regulations
Warranty claims with Chevy, Ford, Chrysler, Daimler Trucks
Shop organization and staff scheduling
Faster CCG administration management
Maintenance and repair record keeping
Technological development, improvement and trends in vehicle, equipment, and fuel.
Inventory methods and procedures
Procurement, procedures, and techniques used to purchase and maintain a diverse fleet.
Supervision and training principles and practices.
Plan, direct and organize activities of staff
Well-developed problem solving and organizational skills and attention to detail.
Analyze data and prepare reports with recommendations on a wide variety of a diverse fleet.
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions.
The ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with internal and external customers.
The ability to successfully complete pre-employment screening that may include but is not limited to: reference checks, criminal background (including fingerprinting through a national database), motor vehicle record search, and drug screen is required.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Receives periodic supervision from the Fleet Manager.
INDEPENDENT JUDGMENT: Must be able to make knowledgeable decisions independently to ensure all operational needs are met and that staff is supervised in accordance with established principles and standards. Must consult with Fleet Manager and/or Facilities Director on all higher-level decisions.
Physical Work Environment: Work is generally performed in office or the mechanic shop. Occasionally responds to service calls in the field
Physical Demands: Must be able to perform strenuous physical labor for up to 8-10 hour each day and regularly lift 100 pounds. (Up to 12 hours during times of snow removal or construction). Work requires the ability to frequently lift and carry 50lbs. Work requires the ability to push and pull 100lbs. frequently. Also requires frequent bending, squatting, standing, climbing, kneeling and walking. May be required to occasionally work in small, hard to reach spaces. May be required to pass a physical capabilities exam.
Material and Equipment Directly Used: Standard office equipment
This position will primarily work Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5pm.
In the event of an emergency/disaster in or near the County, all County employees are expected to make every effort to be available to assist the County Manager, Elected/Appointed Officials and Department Directors to ensure the continued operation of any and all necessary County functions. This may mean being available to perform additional duties and hours beyond what is normally required. In the event that an exempt employee does work more than 40 hours a week in support of County operations during an emergency, such employee may receive overtime or other appropriate wage compensation in accordance with existing County policies or at the discretion of the County.