Shop/Parts Supervisor

Employer
Dot-Line Transportation
Location
Vernon, CA
Posted
Sep 07, 2017
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Job Description

Shop/Parts Supervisor

Position Overview

Responsible for supervising, prioritizing, scheduling and delegating work load to the appropriate truck/ trailer mechanic based on company needs and available resources. You will oversee, maintain and update all inventory systems; workplace safety compliances & OSHA requirements related to the shop. This position involves attention to detail, ability to work cohesively with your immediate supervisor and drivers.

Daily duties/responsibilities

• Open, manage and ensure efficient work flow and completion of work orders. This includes but is not limited to:

• Audit mechanics written work orders, identify missing and or inaccurate information and correcting.

• Verify that all work noted on the work order was performed on the vehicle

• Enter corrected work orders into TMW order entry system.

• Report damaged equipment, create estimates/Invoices and charge backs if necessary.

• Evaluate vendors for best cost and service.

• Organize, maintain and evaluate appropriate inventory levels to prevent out of stock events while operating in an effective and efficient manner

• Communicate any performance problems with suppliers to management through organizational channels

• Track all parts/material issued or removed from stock to maintain inventory levels and correctly identify and record associated financial information.

• Maintain material / parts inventory information such as databases, records, etc., entering such data changes as issues, returns, receiving.

• Conducts periodic inventories and audits of usage in compliance with documentation procedures and requirements of the company.

Additional skills/qualifications

• A solid understanding of parts, service & maintenance of class 8 tractors and 53' dry van trailers is preferred.

• The ability to react as a professional in adverse conditions regarding scheduling and driver complaints is a must.

• Must be able to read, write, speak and understand English

• Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.

• Ability to accept responsibility and account for his/her actions

• Ability to be truthful and be seen as credible in the workplace.

• Bi-Lingual a plus but not mandatory

• Strong computer skills including the ability to use Microsoft Outlook, Word & Excel along with a willingness and aptitude to learn new software programs as required.

• Communicate respectfully to drivers, co-workers and upper management.

Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, life, Aflac & 401k.

Company Description
We are a National Transportation Company with roots in Southern California for more than 30 years. We are proud of the work we have done in FLT and LTL business and have a need to support our growing team.


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