Marbar Logistic is looking for a Fleet Supervisor. If you are well organized, excellent with paying attention to the details, multitasker, responsible, and reliable, you are our next team member. Responsibilities are listed below and if you can see yourself running a yard (and fleet) in Chicago, send us a resume with phone number and email included, we’ll contact you shortly:
FLEET DEPARTMENT DUTIES:
1. Once new trucks are in from the dealer, preparing trucks for the road is mandatory. Sticking decal signs on the truck, sticking numbers on each truck (both sides), installing samsara GPS, installing bestpass, prepass, logbook devices. Sticking IFTA on the truck and New York sticker, also checking the validity of DOT. Once everything is done fleet supervisor has to take a picture of all serial numbers and send them to the safety group so they can be added to the system.
2. Check daily how many signs, samsara GPS devices, bestpasses, prepasses fuel cards, logbook devices, trip packs, and efs checks have left in stock and reorder if needed. (make sure proper Samsara GSP cables are loaded.)
3. Check how many microwaves, fridges, and power inverters are left in the truck’s equipment shop, and preorder more when needed.
4. Talk to Safety Supervisor on daily basis and check if any registration paperwork or plates are needed to be picked up.
5. Printer always has to be charged, make sure that there are enough cartridges at all times.
6. Each morning, it’s important to make a quick 10-15 minutes check-up on our fleet. Start each truck and let them run. Meanwhile make sure all trucks have a microwave, fridge, power inverter, prepass, bestpass, samsara camera, mattress. If anything is missing, report it immediately.
7. We want to maintain trucks the best we can so our drivers have a pleasant experience and enjoyable ride. Each day check if the power inverter and all-electric works in the truck, and report immediately if one is not working (or both of course).
8. Check on trailers daily, circle around each trailer on the yard, and see if anything needed to be replaced or fixed, if anything is missing or broken, please report to the team and call the mechanic immediately.
9. Check with our shop supervisors which trucks have to be taken to shop for check-up or repair, and which trucks are ready for the yard and road. We have two supervisors and one is in charge of automatic trucks, during the working hours (9-5) and the other is in charge of both automatic and manual trucks, only after business hours (after 5 pm).
10. Report the condition of each truck to our shop repair manager three times a day, morning, afternoon, and before the end of a shift. Also, make sure to forward information to the fleet chat group on the Viber app.
11. Once you send a driver to the repair shop, check with both them and the repair ship manager about the estimated time left before setting driver on road and report that in Viber -Fleet group, Safety group and to dispatchers so they can organize and set loads for a driver.
Follow at all times Safety Chanel Group and make sure that the dispatcher and the tracking team do not wait for a response back from the safety and fleet department.
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Have questions? Call us! 863 722 6611.