The New York City Department of Education
The Division of School Facilities (DSF) is dedicated to ensuring a safe, clean, and nurturing environment that is conducive to the educational process. As a member of DSF management team, the Deputy Director for Fleet Services will oversee and supervise the day-to-day fleet of official vehicles; moving/storage contracts; restructuring and school placement moves; and overall responsibility of the DSF Trucking Department. Performs related work.
Director of Facility Management Services, Division of School Facilities
Trucking Supervisor, Skilled Trade and administrative staff.
Serves as a fleet liaison within the Department of Education and interacts with the Department of Citywide Administrative Services fleet staff, Directors of Space Planning, and various moving contractors. Works closely and collaborates with the Director of Facilities Management Services. In addition, maintains a working relationship with other administrators, directors, and managers within the Department of Education and all other collaborating City agencies.
Supervises Fleet Services including the assignment, tracking, repairs and maintenance, procurement, and relinquishing of official vehicles for all Department of Education divisions. Serves as a DOE liaison to the Citywide Fleet Federation with the Department of Citywide Administrative Services for all DOE vehicle issues, including accident reports, parking violations, gas cards, and fuel regulations.
Supervises the daily operations of the DSF Trucking Department, which includes oversight of all material deliveries for skilled trade staff from Strategic Distribution Incorporated (SDI) and DSF fabrication shops to over 1,250 schools and administrative buildings.
Creates and modifies policies associated with moving and storage contracts to efficiently run operations. Works closely with the Director of Facilities Management Services, Directors of School Facilities, and the Office of Space Planning to assist in the coordination and management of all restructuring and school placement moves.
In the absence of the director, serves as the liaison with the Office of Emergency Management (OEM) for the Citywide Logistics Committee and Disaster Recovery Unit.
Nine years of full-time satisfactory experience doing field work as an inspector, supervisor, manager or consultant in building maintenance, construction, or installation of electrical, heating, ventilating, air conditioning or sanitary equipment, at least 18 months of which must be in a supervisory, managerial or consultative capacity.
Education leading towards a baccalaureate degree in engineering or architecture from an accredited college may be substituted for the work experience described above on a year-for-year basis, up to a maximum of three years of experience; however, candidates must have the 18 months of supervisory, managerial or consultative experience described above.
Fleet management experience.
General knowledge of auto repair and maintenance.
Class B commercial Driver’s license.
Internal candidates preferred.
Please include a resume and cover letter with your application.
Applications will be accepted through February 26, 2018, until 3:00 p.m.
NOTE: The filling of all positions is subject to budget availability and/or grant funding.
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