Location: Miami, Florida
Specialty: Television & Film, Video
Level: Manager (Supervisor)
Duration: Full Time
Salary Description: competitive
Provides periodic system training and communication updates. Other duties and projects as assigned.
The Fleet Manager is directly responsible for properly and efficiently carrying out the administration, logistics, maintenance and transportation functions of all Telemundo vehicles/forklifts, a 100+unit fleet. Responsible for implementing and providing direction and execution of NBCU Driver Safety Program and annual driver record process . Participates in cross functional safety committee and provide details for objective measurements of the risk assessment portion of the program. Lead and supervise all drivers that support the various productions, including hiring and assigning schedules.Manage insurance policies and maintenance of all the vehicles, registrations and leasing contracts.Keep track of the routing logs for all drivers.Check with each department head to determine transportation requirements concerning personnel and production materials on a daily basis.Prepare a breakdown list of transportation requirements .Responsible for providing the number of vehicles required for each production day and the production department to which each vehicle is assigned .Make all driver assignments and check drivers in and out.Ensure each driver is properly licensed to operate the type of vehicle to which assigned.Supervise the process of parking, loading and unloading all company vehicles .Ensure all company vehicles are within proper and safe load limits, operationally safe, fueled and ready to roll.Observe proper and adequate safety and protective procedure for personnel and equipment being loaded and transported in his or her care under prevailing highway and weather conditions.Ensure that transportation employees do not attempt to work under any unsafe conditions, as specified by EHS and fire laws, or in violation of any other safety regulation practices.Participate in Investigating accidents/incidents in which the vehicles are involved.Evaluate all transportation needs for NBCU Telemundo Enterprises.Responsible for the maintenance and repairs of all vehicles .Keep up to date with legislation, rulings and other developments that affect fleet operations. Maintain familiarity with DOT regulations. Develop total cost fleet safety and benchmark reporting and targets, including physical damage, worker's comp, and liability costs.
• Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration/Management and a minimum of five year experience in a transportation environment, or an equivalent combination of education/experience.
• Minimum of three years of managerial experience, with proven ability to effectively lead and organize a team.
• Fluency in English/Spanish.
• Proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and web based applications.
• Must be willing to facilitate personnel requirements including late and/or last minute scheduling changes in a 24/7 production work environment.
• Must be willing to travel as needed, sometimes on short notice.
• Knowledge of auto mechanics a plus
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