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Seeking Shop Manager

Posted on 7 December 2018 by

Operations & Logistics 
San Leandro, CA  

Shop Manager
Full Time

Shop Manager (Full-Time) - San Leandro, CA - Reddaway
Primary Location: US-CA-San Leandro, 94577

Company Overview
Reddaway, founded in Oregon City, OR, has served the Pacific Northwest since 1919.

Through our comprehensive western local service center network, we have built a long-standing tradition of next- and two-day delivery services. With high on-time reliability and one of the lowest claim ratios in its region, Reddaway is among the most-efficient providers in the industry. Its 3,200 loyal employees have earned the prestigious Quest for Quality award from Logistics Management magazine for 20 years.

Job Summary
Ensure timely delivery of safe and reliable equipment to drivers in assigned area(s). Plan, organize and coordinate maintenance activities for city and linehaul equipment in a cost-effective manner. Manage expenditures for maintenance facility, parts inventory and equipment. Plan, organize and coordinate rebuild of linehaul engines and components.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Plan, organize and coordinate maintenance of linehaul and city equipment for assigned area. Schedule equipment maintenance to coordinate with needs of Operations. Ensure maintenance activities provide reliable, cost effective and driver acceptable equipment on a timely basis. Plan and organize accident repair for linehaul tractors. Responsible for ensuring proper maintenance of city and linehaul equipment at assigned facilities.
Manage and coordinate in and out-of-service of new and trade equipment. Maintain maintenance records ensuring accordance with company policies, procedures and regulatory guidelines.
Maintain cost control of expenditures for maintenance facility, parts inventory and equipment. Ensure procurement of quality parts and materials from vendors at competitive prices.
Hire, train, evaluate and coach subordinates within assigned area. Communicate, monitor and maintain compliance with company work rules, policies and procedures. Maintain a safe working environment through good housekeeping, safety awareness training, and proactive employee involvement.

Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience.
Experience as first line supervisor in maintenance shop operations.
Technical training to include specific instruction in diesel engines, transmissions, and differentials.
Effective verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.
A team player with an ability to motivate.

Preferred Qualifications
Two years of experience as a first line supervisor in maintenance.
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