Job Description

Vehicle Fleet Maintenance Specialist \(VFMS\) is responsible for providing global vehicle fleet management and maintenance support services\. The incumbent ensures all assigned vehicles are available, dependable and safe always\. The VFMS oversees the Client’s global maintenance vehicle preventative maintenance program and ensures compliance in law and DoD policy with respect use and vehicle operator care, maintence, and service\. This individual may function independently or lead and manage a team of personnel who plans, organizes, manages, and provides non\-standard global vehicle fleet management, maintenance, and logistics support services\. The incumbent serves as project officers or project team leads ensuring the timely repair of assigned vehicles, monitor contract, and warranty repairs and develop long and short\-range plans and programs to keep client vehicle maintenance schedules on track\. The VFMS also oversees delayed maintenance, accident and abuse programs and monitors including maintain vehicle historical data and records\.
+ Leading or advising members of the Client’s vehicle fleet management and maintenance team\.
+ Directing the establishment and operation of organizational shop stock lists for field repair and maintenance related operations\.
+ Establishing and enforcing maintenance facility fire and safety programs\.
+ Managing organizational vehicle fleet calibration requirements and organizational level oil analysis program\.
+ Preparing vehicle readiness reports\. Writes and updates internal standard operating procedures \(SOPs\) for maintenance areas\.
+ Directing emergency recovery and repair for all organizational vehicles equipment\.
+ Managing, perhaps when directed perform periodic vehicle maintenance and services\.
+ Managing dispatch of client vehicle fleet\.
+ Advising and assisting the Client’s Regional Vehicle Fleet Managers on all vehicle maintence related matters\.
+ Assisting the Client’s staff with pre\-, during, and post armored vehicle manufacturing quality assurance and evaluations\.
+ Installing modification work orders to improve or replace vehicle parts\.
+ Managing the requisitioning and exchange of repair parts and disposal of petroleum, oil, and lubricants \(POL\) products\.
+ Establishing internal procedures to receive, issue, and store tools, parts, publications, and POL products\.
+ Performing basic inspections, repairs, routine maintenance and physical adjustments to vehicles \(i\.e\. paint jobs\) in accordance with original equipment manufacturer \(OEM\) specifications\.
+ Traveling globally to various CONUS and OCONUS locations, often to austere, remote permissive, non\-permissive environments including U\.S\. Embassies, providing vehicle fleet management and maintenance services
+ Conducting quality assurance and evaluations, repair, service, and maintenance of Client vehicles\.
+ Preparing reports of action taken on vehicles using federal technical publications and processing checklists\.
+ Diagnosing, adjusting, repairing, or overhauling vehicles and all types of engines \(diesel \[including hybrid\], gasoline \[including hybrid\], and electric\)\.
+ Working primarily with diesel engines\.
+ Applying principles, techniques, procedures, and equipment to the design and production of various goods and services\.
+ Conducting Client operational needs assessments, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction\.
+ Performing routine maintenance as directed on vehicles or equipment and determine when and what kind of maintenance is needed\.
+ Conducting Root\-Cause analysis of vehicle operating errors and deciding what to do about it\.
+ Determining the kind of tools and equipment needed to do a job\.
+ Installing equipment, machines, wiring, or programs to meet specifications\.
+ Conducting tests, evaluations, and inspections of technology, products, materials, services, or processes to evaluate quality or performance\.
+ Laptop and desk computer\.
+ Vehicle maintenance and diagnostic tools including machines and equipment
+ US Government leased, owned, and rented vehicles\.
+ Travel globally to various CONUS and OCONUS locations, often to remote, austere, remote permissive, non\-permissive environments\.
+ Must be able to work in an operationally\-sensitive environment
+ Function in an office environment in a stationary position approximately 50 percent of the time or more\.
+ Function in a warehouse or vehicle maintenance facility\.
+ Be able to operate standard office equipment, such as a computer, copy machine and printer\.
+ Work well in team environments including demonstrate the ability to function in
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