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Assistant fleet manager
Job Type: Full-Time

Education

From 0 to 1969
Normal Technical College, 1969
No added languages

Experience

Fleet Manager
United Nations World Food Programme
March 2009 - March 2012 (3 years 1 month)

Regularly update himself on the latest WFP guidance on assets

Management and administrative procedures.

Manage the WFP heavy vehicle fleet, the United Nations Joint Workshop in Kissy including the workshops in the four WFP Sub-Offices and the maintenance and repair of six other United Nations Agency four hundred vehicles in the most cost-effective and economical manner.

Manage the United Nations Joint vehicles repair workshop and ensure that servicing and repair of the WFP and the other UN agencies fleet of trucks, light vehicles, motorcycles and other mechanical equipment are accomplished in a timely and thorough manner.

Manage the operational aspects of the Service Level Agreement with five United Nation Agencies to ensure repairs and servicing of their vehicles is accomplished in a timely and thorough manner.

Ensure that all repairs and servicing performed on all vehicles and equipment are recorded on job cards and that vehicle histories are maintained.


Ensure the efficient running of the Freetown Spare Parts store, timely supply of spare parts from Freetown to sub offices and ensure necessary controls are in place for high risk items.

Fleet Manager
United Nations World Food Programme
March 2007 - February 2009 (2 years 1 month)
  • Manage the WFP heavy vehicle fleet, workshops and

maintenance of all vehicles ( including UNICEF) in the

most cost-effective and economical manner.

  • Advise the Head of Logistics on the transport capacity required at each WFP

Office required to meet Programme requirements for food deliveries.

  • Recommend and implement procedures to improve the quality

and efficiency of transport operations.

  • Supervise, train and appraise the Kissy based staff.
  • Manage the vehicle workshop and ensure that servicing and repair

of the WFP fleet of trucks, light vehicles. Motorcycles and other mechanical

equipment are accomplished in a timely and thorough manner.

  • Manage the Operational aspects of the TPA with UNICEF to

ensure repairs and servicing of UNICEF vehicles is accomplished

in a timely and thorough manner.

  • Ensure that all required Data is entered in the Fleet Management

System to track fleet operations, servicing, repairs, spares and tools

inventory and fuel consumption. Verify data accuracy and

timeliness and produce monthly and annual reports.

  • Maintain, and update as required the SOP for Fleet Reporting

and Fleet Management.

Workshop Maanager
United Nations World Food Programme
October 1998 - January 2007 (8 years 5 months)
  • Management and supervision of the maintenance and repair of all

WFP vehicles, including tucking fleet, light vehicles, motorcycles,

And provide support to office generators.

  • Implement and maintain an up to date list of local suppliers of

spare parts and consumables and conduct price and quality

comparisons and assessments.

  • Ensure that all scheduled maintenance for all WFP vehicles is
  • effected in a timely and thorough manner and that all repair work is

properly identified and carried out..

  • Liaise with other agencies who bring their vehicles for service/

repair, and advise them of spares required and possible suppliers

available in town.

  • Manage and supervise all mechanics, auto electricians, tyre fitters

and other specialised personnel assigned to the workshop.

. * Conduct driver testing and assessment of possible candidates

wishing employment within the programme.