Oct 13, 2019
Job Summary The Transportation Supervisor is responsible for all aspects of the transportation motor pool (TMP). Principal Accountabilities (Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract.) Coordinate and perform driver training as required. Ensure the preparation and scheduling of routes. Periodically check schedules, and proficiency of drivers. Ensure that drivers are properly conducting daily vehicle inspections and reporting any conditions requiring service and/or repair. Conduct the investigation of accidents and formal complaints involving drivers. Evaluate and address overload problems and proposed bus stop changes. Plan and enforce safety requirements and driver supervision of assigned crews on life transport missions. Ensure highest level of vehicle and staff safety through compliance with all assigned procedures, plans, and programs. Check vehicle operations; and, support/assist in making inspections as required. Assist administrator in preparing operational reports and perform other administrative duties as assigned. Acts as the main liaison between the military and the contractor for any issues pertaining to on base movements or off base convoy missions for inter-company personnel. Responsible for ensuring all movement assets adhere to preventative maintenance (PM) checks and dispatches as outlined in the SOP. Acts as the department chief with regards to attending After Action Reviews (AAR) for any incidents that take place under their direct supervision. Knowledge & Skills Ability to read, write, and speak fluent English Ability to analyze and enter data into Microsoft Office and web-based applications. Thorough understanding of military style movement assets. Past skills in organizing and supervising the movement, deployment and redeployment of personnel and equipment; both in an Army and joint environment preferred. Experience & Education High school diploma or equivalent Minimum of five (5) years experience as a supervisor of a complex military transportation operation. Experience in an OCONUS Army environment is desired. A former Army Transportation Corp O-3 or a civilian Transportation Manager with contractor and/or Army Transportation experience in contingency area is a plus. Physical Requirements/Working Environment OCONUS: Living and working conditions at the assignment location could be remote and uncomfortable. Long hours, exposure to weather and hazardous conditions. Personnel should be aware of moving on short notice and under adverse conditions.
DynCorp International LLC Riyadh Saudi Arabia Full-Time