Fleet Maintenance/Inventory Manager – Police

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Job title: Fleet Maintenance/Inventory Manager – Police

Company: City of North Little Rock, Arkansas

Job description: General Responsibilities Summary

Plans, develops, organizes, and administers the acquisition, maintenance, and operation of the police fleet. Develops and administers a preventative maintenance program for the police fleet. Provides advice to police management regarding vehicle maintenance policies and procedures, emergency preparedness, and safe operation of the police fleet.

Essential Functions

include the following. The list of essential functions is not exhaustive and may be supplemented as necessary. Other duties may be assigned. Regular and predictable attendance and punctuality are essential functions of this position.

Manages Maintenance and Repair of Vehicles and Related Equipment: Manages a fleet of approximately 250 Police Department vehicles to include the management of a preventative maintenance program. Reviews and approves maintenance requests. Coordinates vehicular damage repair. Reviews vehicle accident reports; ensures appropriate repairs are made, proper documentation is provided, and submits invoices for payment. Oversees transport of vehicles for repair. Contracts individual repairs with vendor if other than the City.

Manages Equipment and Hardware Installation: Oversees the installation and/or modification of equipment/hardware in the police fleet, which includes the police radio system, mobile data terminals, wireless digital in-car video systems. Oversees delivery of vehicles for installation of radios, light bars, weapons racks, etc. and inspects vendors work.

Keeps Vehicle Records: Requisitions new or replacement vehicles and equipment as needed. Oversees the registration of new vehicles and the installation of license plates on vehicles and keeps records relating to this. Enters new vehicle information into vehicle databases. Maintains and updates all fleet operations databases. Keeps complete history of each vehicle, including mileage, warranties, repairs, insurance, fuel and car wash usage, etc.; provides necessary information to the Finance Department, insurance companies, and appraisers. Keeps insurance records; receives renewal notices on vehicles; requisitions, or arranges for a requisition for premiums; notifies insurance carrier to terminate policy when a vehicle is taken out of service. Oversees the preparation of old vehicles for disposal.

Maintains Vehicle Equipment Inventory: Inventories, orders and maintains adequate parts and supplies inventory for police vehicles. Maintains inventory of fuel cards; reviews fuel reports and purchases; receives, reviews, and monitors vendor billings and submits for payment, invoices relating to the department fuel system.

Provides Vehicle-related Support to Personnel:Advises and assists officers with routine maintenance of vehicles. Trains officers as needed on operation of after-market equipment installed in police vehicles.

Minimum Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

High school diploma or equivalent and four years progressively responsible experience managing a fleet of vehicles, including vehicle maintenance.

A Class D driver’s license and good driving record are required and must be maintained throughout employment.

Application Requirements

The complexity, guidelines, supervisory controls, and supervision responsibilities described below are representative of this position.

SUPERVISORY CONTROLS:

The supervisor makes assignments by defining objectives, priorities, and deadlines; and assists employee with unusual situations that do not have clear precedents. The employee plans and carries out the successive steps and handles problems and deviations in the work assignment in accordance with instructions, policies, previous training, or accepted practices in the occupation. Completed work is usually evaluated for technical soundness, appropriateness, and conformity to policy and requirements. The methods used in arriving at the end results are not usually reviewed in detail.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY:

None

COMPLEXITY:

The work consists of duties that involve related steps, processes, or methods; the decision regarding what needs to be done involves various choices requiring the employee to recognize the existence of and differences among a few easily recognizable situations; actions to be taken or responses to be made differ in such things as the source of information, the kind of transactions or entries, or other differences of a factual nature.

GUIDELINES:

Guidelines are available, but are not completely applicable to the work or have gaps in specificity; the employee uses judgment in interpreting and adapting guidelines; the employee analyzes results and recommends changes. The employee sometimes makes decisions that affect persons or situation beyond the scope of his/her own tasks, such as assisting customers or problem solving for customers.

Expected salary: $48000 – 60000 per year

Location: North Little Rock, AR

Job date: Tue, 22 Nov 2022 06:25:06 GMT

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