Manager Vehicle Fleet Administration- Various Locations

Manager Vehicle Fleet Administration- Various Locations

01 Apr 2024
Virginia, Hampton roads, 23501 Hampton roads USA

Manager Vehicle Fleet Administration- Various Locations

Manager Vehicle Fleet Administration- Various LocationsApply now »Date: Apr 1, 2024Location: Norfolk, VA, US, 23510Company: Norfolk Southern Corp.Requisition37358:B4 Supervisor Vehicle Fleet-Operations-Various LocationsPlease note, applying for a position outside of your department will require a departmental release.A resume helps you stand out to hiring managers and recruiters; your resume communicates your experience and your brand. While it is not required, we encourage you to include an up-to-date resume along with a job application to give you the best opportunity to be considered. A complete resume helps us to better understand your unique background, relevant experiences, and passions. We look forward to learning about you.Job TitleSupervisor Vehicle Fleet - OperationsDepartmentEngineeringLocation(s)GA-Atlanta, Goode Building (Various)Pay BandB4Work ConditionsEnvironment: Field / OfficeShift Work: NoOn-Call: YesWeekend Work: NoTravel Required: ExtensiveJob DescriptionThis position will support the responsibility of the department which isto ensure that all functions and processes encompassing the maintenanceof the vehicle fleet and specified equipment are under compliance. TheVehicle Fleet Office will be the direct point of contactregarding the NS fleet of vehicles and will work in conjunction withSourcing, field, and various department management regarding the rightsizing of the fleet and the strategic plan for the retirement and purchasing of vehicles.Principal Duties:-Ensure that vehicles are compliant regarding FRA, DOT, ANSI, IRP, IFTAand FHWSA requirements and monthly reporting thereof.-Creates, updates, and ensures the accuracy of NS Vehicle Spec documents,to include build and specialized equipment spec requirements, and ensuresvendors build accordingly.-Collaborates with Fleet Group, Sourcing, field and group managementto identify potential opportunities and strategically and tactically initiatepractices for reducing maintenance costs and improving best practices.-Provide data and collaborate with vendors and Sourcing group on nationalaccount vendors and utilization.-Review and monitor repair and maintenance expenditures utilizingreports available through ARI and other web tools (such as Key PerformanceIndicators and Alert Reports) to facilitate cost savings.-Sample and monitor vehicle repair transactions made outside of the ARIrelationship to ensure proper compliance with the program.-Monitor reasonableness of repairs and maintenance activities based onvehicle characteristics such as type and age.-Monitoring vehicle repairs and maintenance to ensure that this task isuniformly handled by assigned approvers on a consistent basis.-Review customized reports made available by ARI on a monthly basis.-Provide data on required reporting and ensure compliance of items suchas IFTP/IRP, FRA inspections, and ANSI.-Familiar with all applicable rules and regulations from states with NSregistered vehicles.-Analyze opportunities and coordinate component harvesting.-Assist in implementing educational programs and process changes acrossthe system.-Meet with field contacts for mechanical and audit and compliance issues.-Coordinate Vendor Optimization.-Review Non-Standard request regarding problem resolution and serve asback up approver.-Serve as a Truck Committee member-Assist in the analysis and coordination – Repair vs. Lease vs. Replaceprogram.Job Related Experience:Minimum Level: 3 - 5 yearsEducation:Preferred Level: Associate’s DegreePreferred Majors: Mechanical/engineering technologiesLicenses / Certifications:Required:Preferred:Technical Skills:MS Excel/Spreadsheets (Intermediate)MS PowerPoint/Presentations (Intermediate)Mechanical and Diagnostic (Advanced)Vehicle Design and optimization (Intermediate)Skills and Abilities:Written Communications (Advanced)Organization (Advanced)Financial (Advanced)Analytical Ability (Advanced)Verbal Communications (Advanced)Decision Making (Advanced)Problem Solving (Advanced)Automotive / Mechanical (Advanced)Career Path:Predecessor Jobs: Engineering Administration & Vehicle Fleet CoordinatorFuture Jobs: Manager Engineering Administration & Vehicle FleetJob FamilyIndividual / Team ContributorJob DescriptionPrimary Purpose:This position will support the responsibility of the department which is to ensure that all functions and processes encompassing the maintenance of the vehicle fleet and specified equipment are under compliance. The Fleet Administration Office will be the direct point of contact regarding the NS fleet of vehicles and will work in conjunction with Material Management regarding the right sizing of the fleet and the strategic plan for the retirement and purchasing of vehicles.Principal Duties:

ensure that vehicles are compliant regarding FRA, DOT, ANSI, IRP, IFTA and FHWSA requirements and monthly reporting thereof.

monitor the fuel/WEX card usage reports.

Utilizing reports from the ARI Database collaborate with MM Fleet Group to identify potential opportunities and strategically and tactically initiate practices for reducing maintenance costs.

Provide data on national Account utilization.

review and monitor repair and maintenance expenditures Utilizing reports available through ARI's web tool (such as Key Performance Indicators and Alert Reports) to facilitate cost savings.

Sample and monitor Vehicle repair transactions made outside of the ARI relationship to ensure proper compliance with the program.

Provide data on employee Utilization of automated E-mail authorization.

monitor reasonableness of repairs and maintenance activities based on vehicle characteristics such as type and age.

monitoring Vehicle repairs and maintenance to ensure that this task is uniformly handled on a consistent basis.

review customized reports made available by ARI on a monthly basis.

Provide data on required reporting such as IFTP/IRP, FRA inspections, and ANSI.

familiar with all applicable Rules and regulations from states with NS registered vehicles.

analyze opportunities for component harvesting.

Perform analysis on Fleet right sizing.

Provide reporting on inventory Management such as valid VIN numbers and data changes.

assist in implementing educational programs and process changes across the system.

meet with Field contact for audit and Compliance issues.

Coordinate Vendor optimization.

review non-standard request regarding Problem resolution and Serve as back up approver.

Serve as a truck Committee member

assist in the analysis and Coordination repair vs. lease vs. replace program.

Job Related Experience:Minimum Level:Education:Preferred Level: Associate's DegreePreferred Majors:Mechanical/engineering technologies Licenses / Certifications: Required: Preferred:Technical Skills:

MS Excel/Spreadsheets (Intermediate)

MS Powerpoint/Presentations (Intermediate)

Skills and Abilities:

Written communications (Advanced)

organization (Advanced)

Financial (Advanced)

Analytical Ability (Advanced)

verbal communications (Advanced)

Decision Making (Advanced)

Problem Solving (Advanced)

Career Path:Predecessor Jobs:Analyst Vehicle Fleet AdminFuture Jobs:System Manager Vehicle Fleet AdminWork ConditionsEnvironment: OfficeShift Work: NoOn-Call: YesWeekend Work: NoTravel Required: 5 - 10 Days per Month,Company OverviewSince 1827, Norfolk Southern Corporation (NYSE: NSC) and its predecessor companies have safely moved the goods and materials that drive the U.S. economy. Today, it operates a customer-centric and operations-driven freight transportation network. Committed to furthering sustainability, Norfolk Southern helps its customers avoid 15 million tons of yearly carbon emissions by shipping via rail. Its dedicated team members deliver more than 7 million carloads annually, from agriculture to consumer goods, and is the largest rail shipper of auto products and metals in North America. Norfolk Southern also has the most extensive intermodal network in the eastern U.S., serving a majority of the country’s population and manufacturing base, with connections to every major container port on the Atlantic coast as well as the Gulf of Mexico and Great Lakes. Learn more by visiting www.NorfolkSouthern.com .At Norfolk Southern, we believe in celebrating our individuality. By leveraging the unique backgrounds and viewpoints of our employees, we can create a culture of innovation, respect, and inclusion. We know that employees thrive in a workplace where differing viewpoints, ideas, and experiences are freely shared and valued. As such, we encourage all employees to contribute their distinctive skills and capabilities to our organization.Equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetic information, veteran status, sexual orientation, and gender identity. Together, we power progress.

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