Fleet Analyst and Training Supervisor
Company: Lane Transit District
Posted on: October 8, 2019
Fleet Analyst and Training Supervisor Perform research and
analytical work for the Fleet Management Department. Oversee
strategic vision of fleet training. Full-time, exempt, benefits.
$60,524 and $80,698 DOQ. Job Summary: Under general supervision the
individual assigned to this position will 1) perform research and
analytical work for the Fleet Management Department, in the areas
of cost management, vehicle replacement schedules, performance
benchmarking, and action plan tracking, 2) oversee strategic vision
of the fleet maintenance training programs and 3) fill in to
supervise fleet maintenance crew. Essential Job Functions:
- Analyze and develop productivity measurements to simplify
and/or improve processes.
- Determine performance standards by tracking and trending
production data, and conducting operations and vehicle fleet cost
and usage rate analyses.
- Design, implement, evaluate, and utilize computerized
management reports from the fleet information management system to
prepare written recommendations to improve workload balancing and
increase various process efficiencies.
- Conduct program evaluations, compile and analyze information,
and develop reports on department plans and community needs.
- Update the vehicle management data-base system; input data,
make corrections to various records, review mileage and utilization
records as required to develop replacement timetables of vehicles
and equipment; monitor and analyze vehicle and equipment repair
- Oversee data accuracy of Fuel Management System to include:
daily fuel inventory checks, auditing of input transaction data
into Fuel Focus, monitoring fuel logs, and printing and analyzing
- Manage accident reporting process from accident to repair,
which includes detailed system reporting, outside vendor estimates,
actual repairs, and coordination with shop supervisors.
- Partner with the Materials Management Division on warranty
issues. Training Supervisor
- Shape the strategic vision of the fleet training program.
- Supervise instructors.
- Analyze training needs to develop new training programs, modify
and improve existing programs, and evaluate effectiveness of
training programs. Crew Supervisor (Fill in, as needed)
- Cross train with crew supervisors and be able to supervise
shifts in the absence of other supervisors. Other Work Activities:
- Gathering, processing, and analyzing information; interpreting
the meaning of information for others; and evaluating information
to determine compliance with standards.
- Thinking creatively, solving problems, and making
- Establishing and maintaining interpersonal relationships.
- Planning, organizing, prioritizing and scheduling work
activities Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: In order to perform the
essential job duties successfully, incumbents are expected to
demonstrate the following competencies, some of which can be
learned through on-the-job training. Knowledge of:
- Knowledge of relevant federal, state, and local regulations and
laws and accountability standards.
- Knowledge of principles and methods for moving people by road,
including the relative costs and benefits.
- Knowledge of machines and tools, including their designs, uses,
repair, and maintenance.
- Knowledge of principles and methods for curriculum and training
design, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups, and
the measurement of training effects.
- Knowledge of budgetary management
- Knowledge of business and management principles involved in
strategic planning, resource allocation, leadership technique,
production methods, and coordination of people and resources.
- Customer service and interpersonal skills
- Critical thinking, decision-making skills, and problem solving
- Systems, quality, and operational analysis and evaluation
- Time management skills Abilities:
- Written and Verbal communication abilities
- Originality, problem sensitivity, and reasoning abilities
Qualifications: To be considered for hire, any equivalent
combination of education and experience which provides the
knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the job are
acceptable, which typically include:
- Associates or Bachelor's degree in Business Administration,
Mechanics, Industrial Engineering, Lean Manufacturing, or related
- Relevant work experience in systems analysis, fleet mechanics,
industrial or mechanical engineering, or related area.
- Experience maintaining database systems, including a variety of
fleet specific systems preferred.
- Experience within training, learning and development.
- A valid Oregon driver's license and a driving record acceptable
to the District's insurance carrier. Open until filled, first
review 10/14/19. The Lane Transit District is an Affirmative
Action/ Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
Keywords: Lane Transit District, Eugene , Fleet Analyst and Training Supervisor, Professions , Eugene, Oregon
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