Fleet Management Technician
The Fleet Management Technician administers the vehicles and mobile/heavy equipment for the Laboratory's transportation program in compliance with FPMR, GSA, DOE, DOT and EPA. Responsibilities include:
- develop and implement long and short range plans for vehicle repairs and replacements to support the Laboratory needs within established budget guidelines,
- research and establish local GSA vendor maintenance services and repairs of vehicles, forklifts, heavy mobile equipment and off-road vehicles and maintain central records/files and computer site for such services,
- provide oversight of work performed by subcontractors,
- oversee of PPPL's refueling station,
- coordinate with Property Management to record and track the acquisition and disposition of fleet vehicles, mobile and heavy equipment,
- investigate and coordinate with PPPL Site Protection any vehicle incidents reports,
- perform warehouse operations (material handling, receiving and high risk reviews for new equipment),
- analyze and compile complex data reports for submission to the Department of Energy, Federal and Laboratory management.
- administer first time training to Lab personnel regarding operation of vehicles, fuel system and transportation equipment.
Qualifications include a high school diploma or equivalent, a valid drivers license and the ability to operate vehicles, forklifts and material handling equipment. Candidate must be mechanically inclined or have specialized training in the use of forklifts and off-road vehicles mechanics or other heavy mobile equipment training. Experience with Microsoft Office, accuracy and attention to detail, strong communications skills, demonstrated ability to use standard hand tools are also required. Additionally, candidates must have the ability to lift 50 lbs, bend and lift material /equipment handling, and have the ability to complete all necessary training for the Fleet Management function. Knowledge of OSHA, FPMR, DOE Orders, GSA, EPA and other directives is a plus.