Fleet & Facilities Assistant Manager
The Fleet & Facilities Assistant Manager would support the Asset Manager and Asset Management department. The scope of this department covers fleet and equipment maintenance and procurement, facilities management and projects, and office management tasks in all of the Company’s regions. The Assistant Asset Manager would assist with tracking and arranging maintenance and a variety of other tasks to ensure that the Company’s assets are meeting our quality standards and safety requirements.
The successful candidate requires excellent listening and organizational skills and can multitask in a fast-paced office environment.
The key responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Entering, updating, and researching records for fleet, equipment, and facilities within databases
- Preparing documents for Work Authorizations
- Various Office Management tasks like ordering and stocking supplies
- Subcontractor and vendor communication
- Traveling to other regions for projects as requested.
- Collection, preparation, and updating of standard operating procedures and reports.
- General Asset Management support, with increased responsibilities and growth over time.
QUALIFICATIONS & TRAINING
- Organizational skills and ability to multi-task in an organized fashion is a must.
- Excellent communication etiquette: verbal and written.
- Must have experience in Outlook, Excel, Word, and a solid understanding of working in various databases.
- Maintain a positive attitude and work ethic as a team member, and as an individual.
- Must be willing to do multiple tasks: this job requires desk-related office skills and the ability to walk around to perform physical activities as well.
John W. Danforth Company is an equal opportunity employer and committed to a workplace free from discrimination. All employees and applicants for employment will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.