Fleet and Facilities Management Director
Company: Adams County Colorado
Location: Commerce City
Posted on: September 22, 2018
What Success Looks Like In This Job The Fleet and Facilities Management Director is responsible for providing strategic and operational leadership for the development and implementation of integrated, organization-wide fleet and facility solutions. This leadership position is also responsible for analyzing trends in advanced vehicle technology and building systems, assessing the impact of emerging technology on the environment, and providing solutions to address infrastructure and equipment. The Director manages the human, financial, and physical assets of the department in a responsible and efficient manner and seeks out and identifies vehicle management, operator safety, building methods, technologies, sustainable energy options, and innovation in service provisions, as well as building operation, that meets or exceeds organizational sustainability and performance goals. In addition to managing highly complex work, the Director will lead teams responsible for physical service delivery, infrastructure resiliency and repair, optimal fleet maintenance and replacement, among other duties, as needed. NOTE: The hiring--range for this position is between $112,367.43--- 134,840.91 annually. Examples of Duties for Success Direct the development and implementation of integrated fleet and facility initiatives to support asset management and strategy prioritization, design, transition, operation, and communication. Create and implement a long-term strategic plan for the department to help guide operations to meet the County's long-term mission, vision and goals, as well as long-term financial sustainability of the department's operations and assets. Create and manage annual work plans for the department to align operations with County goals and capital plans, as well as setting and maintaining accurate budget functions. Initiate and direct transparent, equitable real estate and property management strategies that meet current and future demands, set expectations, measure performance, support a balanced budget, and sustain customer satisfaction. Anticipate needs for new or modified systems and proactively seek facility and fleet solutions that will benefit the County's ability to provide services in the most efficient, cost effective and responsive manner. Manage, identify, and resolve problems relative to change initiatives; generate the appropriate communication, process timelines, action steps, and educational plans to guide internal and external customers through the various phases of implementation of change initiatives. Select, train, motivate, and evaluate fleet and facility personnel; provide and/or coordinate staff training; manage the skill and competency development of fleet and facility staff based on emerging technologies and/or business strategies needed to support all work initiatives; work with employees to correct deficiencies; implement discipline and termination procedures. Advise departmental management of existing and emerging fleet and facility issues and trends and their implications for current and proposed departmental initiatives. Manage multiple project activities and budgets, including assuming major responsibility for planning and directing individual projects and supervising multi-disciplinary project teams, ensuring all work is high-quality, is completed on time, and within budget. Direct the allocation of resources to achieve timely outcomes and measurable goals within budget. Oversee the operation of the Sustainable Adams County and other innovation-related activities. Perform other related duties and responsibilities as required. Supervision Responsibilities: This--position--will exercise direct supervision over staff. To be successful, our ideal candidate must have: Ability to manage county wide facilities across multiple locations and a diverse fleet from light to heavy commercial machinery. Knowledge of regulatory compliance under Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) rules and regulations and training to prevent unsafe carrier and driver behaviors. Knowledge of principles and practices of supervision, staff development, organization, administration, and labor relations. Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, labor force modeling, as well as leadership and coordination of people and resources. Knowledge of principles and practices for meeting quality standards for customer service and evaluating customer satisfaction. Knowledge of practices and techniques of budget preparation, monitoring, and control; knowledge of effective management of fiscal resources, including fleet and facility investments, pricing, and product strategies. Knowledge of principles of servant leadership and inclusive culture. Ability to initiate, organize, and develop plans and procedures to implement and manage complex fleet and facility programs, including the ability to develop asset management and strategies which set direction, policy standards, and objectives. Ability to utilize appropriate interpersonal style and methods of communication to mobilize resources to undertake collaborative and creative solutions, establish credibility, and work effectively with other departments, senior management, and key stakeholders. Ability to express ideas and communicate clearly, concisely and effectively in oral and written form; ability to clearly discuss and convey fleet and facility concepts and terminology with both technical and non-technical staff at all levels within and outside the department. Ability to plan and monitor fleet and facility spending, pricing models, and use of expenditures to meet business strategies and countywide service delivery. Ability to stay informed on emerging trends and apply complex technologies to business strategies, make strategic judgments, and evaluate the impacts of sustainable fleet and facility decisions. Ability to develop high quality services with provision and preservation of safe, clean, functional, and well maintained facilities and vehicles.-- Ability to develop innovative architectural design, sustainable facilities, and security-related infrastructure. Ability to coach and mentor others by setting the example and being ambitious for the success of others and the County. Establish, maintain, and foster positive and harmonious working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Qualifications for Success Experience: Minimum of seven (7) years of progressively responsible professional fleet and/or facilities experience, with at least three (3) years of director or assistant director-level experience, including supervision of professional and line staff. Preference given to local government fleet and facility management experience. Education and Training: Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college in business, political science, planning, public administration, engineering, construction management, architecture, or other closely related field. A Master's Degree is preferred. License or Certificate: Possession of, or the ability to obtain, a valid Colorado Driver's License is required; CDL Class A is preferred. Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) through NAFA Fleet Management Association is desired. Certified Facility Manager (CFM) through International Facility Management Associated (IFMA) is desired. National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Master Automotive or Medium-Heavy Vehicle Technician is preferred. Background Check: Must pass a criminal and credit background check. Employees in this class who are regular, full-time are afforded full benefits including medical, dental and vision benefits, as well as vacation and sick leave accruals, retirement, life insurance and long-term disability (LTD) insurance. Employees in this class that are project-designated full-time--(PJF) are afforded benefits including medical, dental and vision benefits, as well as vacation and sick leave accruals. Excluded from this class are long-term disability (LTD) insurance, life insurance, and retirement benefits. Employees in this class that are project-designated part-time (PJ3 working 30-39 hours per week)--are afforded medical, dental and vision benefits, as well as pro-rated vacation and sick leave accruals. Excluded from this class are long-term disability (LTD) insurance, life insurance, and retirement benefits. Employees in this class that are regular--part-time (less than 30 hours per week); project-designated part-time (PJ2 less than 30 hours per week), or temporary are afforded no benefits. For a more detailed overview of our benefit package, please-- click here
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