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Fleet Garage Operations Supervisor (Supervisor II)

CityFleet provides comprehensive fleet management to responsibly fulfill the vehicle and equipment needs of City bureau customers and regional partner agencies. CityFleet offers full-service fleet management for approximately 3,600 vehicles and equipment delivering safe, reliable, affordable, and compliant assets through comprehensive preventative maintenance and repair. Services provided include; asset procurement and disposal, state-of-the-art maintenance, repair, vehicle preparation, metal fabrication and body repair and painting. The Garage Operations Team serve as subject matter experts for evaluating equipment condition, determining repair and maintenance needs, and performing the necessary work or processing the work performed by outside vendors prior to returning the vehicle to the customer.

The Garage Operations Supervisor is responsible for the management of the City of Portland's fleet garage operations in seven distinct locations. Responsibilities include; ensuring compliance with all federal, state, and local safety and operating rules, regulations, and laws applicable to owning and maintaining fleet assets. Effectively managing the maintenance and repair operations, directly supervising two service coordinators and three supervisors who have responsibility for fifty-five mechanics and two welders.

Specific responsibilities include:
  • Planning, implementation, monitoring, and reporting of fleet management key performance indicators. 
  • Providing leadership and support in carrying out the City's vision, Office of Management and Finance strategic goals, Division of Asset Management and CityFleet workplans.
  • Additional responsibilities include planning and implementing operational changes to advance CityFleet business practices in alignment with industry standards in areas such as preventative maintenance compliance, vehicle availability, technical training, and development of standard operating procedures.
  • Other duties include; budget administration, managing vendor selection and relationships, conducting routine staff performance evaluations, and development and leadership of project teams for CityFleet operational improvements.