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Sr. Supervisor, Fleet Apply Now

Job ID 15666 Location Braintree, Massachusetts Organization Supply Chain, Logistics and Transport Department Fleet Maint NE South
About us

At National Grid we are committed to delivering safe and reliable energy to the customers and communities we serve. We are one of the largest investor-owned energy companies in the world. We are proud of the contributions our work and our people make to the prosperity and wellbeing of our customers, communities and investors.

We are currently looking for highly motivated individuals who want to join a dynamic and fast paced organization going through a major transformation. If you are someone who’s looking to bring innovation, contribute ideas and play a part in renewing the global procurement organization we want to hear from you!

Job Purpose

Responsible for the operation and maintenance of a safe and reliable fleet and it's associated facilities.  

Key Accountabilities

-Supervises first and/or second shift workers at one or multiple garage locations.

-Ensures that the Fleet vehicles and garages comply with all appropriate safety regulations and are managed to high safety standards.

-Actively supports the Company's goal of "zero injuries every day."

-Ensures that all work orders are complete and correct.

-Ensures that the financial targets are met for each garage, and for the deapartment.

-Provides support to the clients in various lines of business/departments.

-Maintains excellent relationships with clients, union leadership and employees.

-Ensurees that all workk orders are complete and correct

- Leads the people in the garage(s) and develops Working Leaders to be better leaders.

- Ensures compliance with all environmental, safety and employment laws, regulations and Company policies.

- Responsible for the supervision, productivity and accountability of the personnel, contractors, material and supplies required to maintain the fleet.

- Coordinate and direct work planning and schedules of the day or night shifts that they are assigned, while ensuring the efficient allocation of resources to maximize productivity, meet customer requirements and utilize the most cost effective method of vehicles/equipment maintenance and repair.

- Respond to emergency requests from other departments to provide personnel and equipment in support of Storm and other Gas and Electric restoration emergencies while maintaining the integrity of Fleet Operations.

Qualifications

- Associates Degree in a technical field with a minimum of five (5) years of Automotive/Fleet technical and managerial experience is preferred.

- Consideration will also be given to candidates without a degree who possess five (5) to ten (10) years of Automotive/Fleet technical and managerial experience.

- Strong verbal and written communications and problem solving skills are required.

- Demonstrated strong leadership skills.

- Candidates with advanced certifications desired (examples: CDL license, state inspectors license, various ASE certifications). Prefer candidates that possess a MA CDL Class A driver's license.

- Prefer candidates that possess a MA inspectors licenses for light and heavy duty vehicles.

- Prefer candidates that hold ASE certifications in Automotive, Med/Hvy. vehicles and Auxiliary power systems.

- Requires five years experience in the maintenance and repair of medium/heavy duty trucks, mounted equipment to include utility aerial equipment, light duty vehicles and associated equipment.

-Five years experience in leadership positions supervising a union workforce.

- Thorough knowledge of automobile and truck theory and practice, also demonstrated knowledge of hydraulics, aerial devices, digger/derricks and associated equipment.

- Knowledge of mechanical engineering technology subjects pertaining to vehicles; preferably possesses at least a two year degree in mechanical engineering technology, or equivalent.

- Demonstrates a strong commitment to safety.

- Demonstrated working knowledge of CFR 49 Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations and other applicable federal, state and company safety and environmental regulations.

- Possesses a working knowledge of SAP, or an equivalent vehicle maintenance program.

- Possesses demonstrated knowledge of MS Outlook, Word and Excel or equivalent.

-Applicants must have the ability to gain a working knowledge and understanding of company operations to provide outstanding levels off service to our customers.

More Information

This position is one of National Grid’s career path roles which provide for promotional opportunities within and across salary bands as you develop and evolve in the position by gaining experience, expertise and acquiring and applying technical skills. 

National Grid is proud to be an affirmative action employer. We encourage minorities, women, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans to join the National Grid team.

National Grid is an equal opportunity employer that values a broad diversity of talent, knowledge, experience and expertise. We foster a culture of inclusion that drives employee engagement to deliver superior performance to the communities we serve.

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