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Liberty Utilities Senior Manager, Fleet, Facilities, & Supply Chain in Tahoe Vista, California

Senior Manager, Fleet, Facilities, & Supply Chain

Tahoe Vista, CA, US, 96148

Our purpose is sustaining energy and water for life, and it is demonstrated in everything we do as a business, and as an employee team. At Liberty, we hire passionate people who care about doing the right thing for our customers. We are entrepreneurial, creative, and outcome-focused. Here, your natural talent and achievements will flourish in an inclusive environment of teamwork, trust and continuous learning. We are always pursuing excellence to exceed our ambitions goals, rewarding both the goal outcome and how we achieve it.

Purpose

As our Senior Fleet & Facilities Manager, you will manage fleet and facilities activities for our Lake Tahoe, CA, locations. Reporting to the Director of Supply Chain, you will develop and implement fleet and facilities policies, procedures, and processes, supporting the execution of the company strategy. If you are passionate about leading fleet and facilities operations, we invite you to join us where your expertise will be instrumental in shaping the success of our organization.

*Experience working in the Utility or similar industry required, must be willing to relocate to the Lake Tahoe area

Accountabilities

  • Cultivate and manage vendor relationships to enhance fleet and facilities support

  • Spearhead the establishment and adherence to design standards, ensuring compliance with corporate guidelines

  • Lead and manage the fleet team, overseeing the comprehensive management and maintenance of vehicles and equipment

  • Develop, report, and maintain safety procedures, contributing to the preparation of Fleet Data for insightful analysis

  • Ensure ISNET compliance, manage external facilities-related contractors, oversee contract renewals, and oversee for the maintenance and security of building services

  • Direct special projects, including day-to-day security operations, upgrades, and fulfilling operational needs

  • Prepare and present Fleet and Facilities data to senior leadership, facilitating informed business decisions

  • Play a role in supporting the National Fleet, reporting fleet analysis to the corporate Director of Supply Chain, and contributing to annual planning and budgets for Fleet and Facilities

  • Resolve fleet-related issues within policy and procedures, lead monthly Fleet KPI reporting and fuel analysis, and maintain contact with the Company Fleet Management Provider

  • Facilitate Fleet Specification and Safety committee meetings, promote and manage company safety policies and procedures, collaborating on vehicle safety policies with National/Regional/Local EHS

  • Assist in managing records for vehicle cost calculation and lead all aspects of garage repair functions

  • Lead the standardization of vehicle technical specifications, collaborating closely with west regional standards committees to establish a national expectation

  • Perform other responsibilities as requested by leadership

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor's degree in relevant field

  • 5-10 years Fleet and Facilities management experience in the Utility industry

  • Auto-diesel truck training and ASE auto service consultant certification or equivalent, a plus

  • Experience managing large/medium duty trucks, hydraulics, and utility vehicles

  • Advanced Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint skills

  • Up to 20% travel throughout the assigned region

What We Offer

As a valued member of our team, you will enjoy competitive pay that reflects your skills and experience. You will also have access to a comprehensive benefits package that includes:

  • Medical, Dental, and Vision coverage & a 401K plan with a 5% match, effective day one

  • Annual bonus and merit increase eligibility

  • Company sponsored pension program, life insurance, and short-term & long-term disability

  • Employee Stock Purchase Program

  • Free Employee Assistance Program & Headspace account

  • 3 weeks of vacation, 5 sick days, 12 paid company holidays, & 3 paid volunteer days

  • Tuition reimbursement, professional development opportunities, & reimbursement for certification costs

  • Reward & recognition programs, service awards, a great company culture, and a collaborative & flexible work environment

Compensation

$139,233 - $208,849 per year

Expected pay: $139,233 - $174,041 per year

*Liberty considers several factors when extending an offer, including but not limited to, the role and responsibilities, a candidate's work experience, education, training and skills, and geographic location. Base pay for this role is expected to fall within the min to mid-point.

Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp. is a growing renewable energy and utility company with over $15 billion of assets across North America and internationally. For more than 30 years, Algonquin has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to delivering clean energy and water solutions. Our rapid growth has led both our regulated utility services and renewable energy business groups into different geographies and commodities, but our purpose remains unchanged – Sustaining Energy and Water for Life.

Through our operating business (Liberty), we provide regulated electricity, water, and natural gas utility services to over 1 million customer connections, primarily in North America. And, our growing portfolio of clean, renewable wind, solar, hydro and thermal power generation facilities represent over 3 GW of renewable generation capacity in operation and under construction. With our robust, diversified, and growing presence in communities across North America and internationally, we are continually demonstrating our “Think Global, Act Local” business model.

We are focused on building a diverse and inclusive workforce. If you are excited about this role and are not certain you meet the all the qualification requirements, we encourage you to apply to further investigate the opportunity.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value each person’s unique background, diversity, experiences, perspectives and talents. Full participation of all employees in a safe, healthy and respectful environment is key to individual and company success. We are committed to fully utilizing the abilities of all of our employees and expect each of our employees to honor this commitment in their daily responsibilities.

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