CCS is seeking a Fleet Maintenance Manager who thrives in a fast-paced, team environment and can provide exceptional service, skills, and management to our company, clients, and employees.
CCS-Industrial Services provides industrial cleaning and spill response to almost every pulp and paper mill in the Pacific Northwest. We also service major oil companies and a wide range of manufacturing and industrial clients. CCS has demonstrated its ability to complete large and complex industrial cleaning challenges on schedule, within budget, and in compliance with the most stringent industrial health & safety programs. No industrial cleaning job is too large or too small for CCS.
The Fleet Maintenance Manager is responsible for managing overall fleet, mechanics, and budget. This position is also responsible for maximizing the company’s return on investment for all fleet assets (equipment and vehicles) by planning, managing and direction all activities associated with maintenance and repair. The Fleet Maintenance Manager works closely with Area Managers to support business needs and to implement company-wide maintenance strategy.
CCS’s culture is built on a foundation of teamwork and entrepreneurial drive. While each staff member has clear responsibilities in fulfilling our mission, we promote, expect, and reward a small business culture and work ethic where no task is above or below any individual.
High School Diploma or GED.
Must possess a valid Driver’s license.
Must have the ability to work independently.
Must possess excellent verbal and written communications skills.
Ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced team environment.
Must be detail-oriented and set high standards for accuracy.
Must have demonstrated experience with Microsoft Office Suite.
Strong interpersonal, organizational, analytical, decision-making, and problem-solving skills required.
Ability to maintain strict confidentiality of all employee and company information.
Ensure Health and Safety is the number one priority by complying with all safe work practices, policies, and processes.
Manage the proper maintenance and repair of equipment by managing day to day activities.
Evaluate vehicles and equipment with respect to replacement due to age, history of repair, and overall maintenance costs.
Remain current and ensure adherence to all laws, regulations, polices, procedures, and guidelines affection area of responsibility (DOT, OSHAA, RCA, etc.)
Prepare reports, analyze data, and makes recommendations for maintenance facility operations improvements.
Initiate and carry out projects that improve efficiency and/or reduce operating costs.
Ensure all personnel are adequately trained, equipped, and motivated so that the maintenance program can be accomplished in a safe, timely and cost-effective manner.
Direct, maintain, and enforce the safety program for the maintenance department, review safety records to uphold standards of maximum safety for department.
Execute projects assigned in a safe, efficient, and profitable manner.
Communicate regularly with all Department Managers to ensure timely equipment repairs.
Ensure all tools, equipment, and machinery are maintained.
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and make decisions regarding safe project execution.