Fleet Operations Manager

Company Name:
Koch Davis
The fleet operations manager is responsible to communicate with individuals or groups verbally and in writing (e.g. customers, suppliers, associates). Coordinate with others (for example, the service shop, local offices) to ensure that equipment is available for scheduled maintenance. The candidate will drive and implement the business plan for area of responsibility to achieve facility goals and implement operational improvements. Forecast staffing, workload and performance results to meet business demands for workload and performance results for area of responsibility. Identify and ensure associate, customer and supplier concerns are resolved, using own judgment or consulting others when needed. Monitor and ensure area of responsibility compliance with logistics and company quality and safety standards, policies, procedures and directives. Prepare, review, analyze business reports, and use information to identify operational improvements. The incumbent will supervise and manage associates and leaders in area of responsibility.
The candidate should have 1 to 3 years of experience in an operations/distribution/logistics/retail environment or 1 year of experience as a company logistics area or operations/logistics load manager. The incumbent with 1 year of experience managing budgets, managing P&L, developing manpower forecasts, and analyzing financial/operational data preferred. The applicant with 1 year of experience in word processing or database applications (e.g. MS-office, outlook, excel) to communicate with customers and employees, track information and maintain records preferred. One year of experience working with the company logistics applications (e.g. global logistics systems (GLS), trailer manifest system (TMS), map point, MapQuest, on board computer systems, visual dispatch system (VDS) preferred.
Bachelor degree in management, logistics, business administration, financial management, production/operations management, or equivalent
The company is an American multinational retail corporation that operates a chain of discount department stores and warehouse stores.

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