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  • Heniff Transportation provides best-in-class supply chain solutions to our valued customers by utilizing our network of supply chain services and resources. We focus on creating extraordinary growth and value across the markets, industries, and customers we serve through outstanding safety, innovation, and service performance. We accomplish this through one of the largest, fully integrated networks of terminals, transload and tank wash facilities in North America and now in Canada. We strive to be the BEST at everything we do.


    Position Summary

    The Trailer Fleet Specialist's primary function is to track all trailing equipment in a shared fleet to ensure that maintenance schedules and proper utilization is on time and accurate. In addition,  the responsibility for tracking changes to fleet software programs (TMT, TMW, PEOPLENET, SAMSARA, etc) is essential. 

     

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • The Trailer Fleet Specialist will monitor an inventory of 5,000 trailers to ensure there is scheduled maintenance, dedicated assets and proper designations in TMT software, verify trailers are not being used out of compliance, and more
    • Ensure product- trailers being used with product that are not compatible with the tanks should be reported 
    • The Trailer Fleet Specialist will update specific programs as needed based on information that is provided on documents sent to groups
    • Support indexing of historical documents into the system
    • Communicate with Safety, Payroll, and License and permitting on any changes being made
    • Maintain consistency of inventory definitions in programs 
    • The Trailer Fleet Specialist will investigate all trailers not reporting to proper locations 
    • Interpret work orders and technical manuals.
    • The Trailer Fleet Specialist repots to the VP of Maintenance
    Requirements


    Education and Experience:

    • High School Diploma or General Education Degree(GED) or a combination of education and experience 
    • Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office
    • Must be able to navigate internet sites

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Previous experience with transportation software (TMT, TMW, PEOPLENET, SAMSARA) is a plus.
    • Previous terminal, dispatch, or maintenance experience a plus 
    • Previous experience with relocation of assets through third parties

    Essential Qualifications: 

    • Self-starter 
    • Must show confidence and take responsibility for the completed work
    • Ability to keep up with technology and updates
    • Possess verbal and written communication skills and strong listening skills
    • Attention to detail

    Physical Demands: 

    •  Ability to operate in a constant state of alertness and safe manner.

    Benefits and Perks:

    •  401(k) Plan
    •  Company 401(k) Matching Contributions
    •  Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
    •  PerkSpot National Employee Discount Program

    In addition, eligible employees receive:

    •  120 hours Paid Time Off (prorated) in the first year & 7 Paid Holidays
    •  Medical, Prescription, Dental & Vision Insurance
    •  Short and Long-Term Disability Insurance
    •  Voluntary Life & Accident 
    •  Critical Illness Insurance 
    •  Company Paid Life Insurance 

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     At Heniff, we believe our biggest asset is our people. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer, hiring and developing individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences to add to our collaborative culture. Heniff treats all candidates and employees with respect and does not discriminate in our recruiting, hiring, and promoting processes and general treatment during employment, including on the basis of actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, alienage or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital status, veteran status, or disability

     

  • Heniff Transportation provides best-in-class supply chain solutions to our valued customers by utilizing our network of supply chain services and resources. We focus on creating extraordinary growth and value across the markets, industries, and customers we serve through outstanding safety, innovation, and service performance. We accomplish this through one of the largest, fully integrated networks of terminals, transload and tank wash facilities in North America and now in Canada. We strive to be the BEST at everything we do.  

      

    Position Summary

    The Senior Manager, Asset Management is responsible for the team tracking accurate information for several thousand assets across our fleet using several best-in-class software programs. All changes to serialized assets will have status changes made through this position to including equipment changes, terminal changes, driver changes, accessory equipment, etc. This position tracks all fleet assets in the Heniff organization including, but not limited to: Heniff Transportation Systems, Carry Transit, Miller Transporters, and Premier Bulk Systems. The position will analyze data and provide reports surrounding the health of the fleet.


    Duties and Responsibilities: 

    • The Senior Manager, Asset Management will monitor multiple email groups for function specific needs: Fleet Management, Leasing and Analytics.
    • Directly work with Maintenance to determine timelines on available assets 
    • The Senior Manager, Asset Management will provide metrics and analysis on fleet health and open assets and identify and implement improvements to overall efficiency and utilization of assets
    • Provide forecast and planning information for the fleet
    • Communicate with Safety, Payroll, and License and permitting on changes made
    • The Senior Manager, Asset Management will develop standards and maintain consistency of inventory definitions in programs 
    • Track and facilitate leasing programs for trailers and chassis
    • Verify accuracy between the systems to reduce potential dispatching issues
    • Work with terminals and dispatcher to verify domiciled equipment is accurate 
    • The Senior Manager, Asset Management will maintain toll and transponders tracking through Prepass accounts accurately providing terminals with information to correct violations 
    • Management and supervision of small team supporting Fleet Asset Management responsibilities
    • Other fleet related responsibilities as needed
    • The Senior Manager, Asset Management will report directly to the VP of Maintenance. 


    Requirements

     Education and Experience: 

    • Minimum BA in Business, Analytics, or similar degree field or equivalent years of experience 
    • Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office
    • Must be able to provide and explain detailed reports to leadership
    • 1 year Fleet experience required 

    Preferred qualifications

    • Previous experience with transportation software (TMT, TMW, PEOPLENET, SAMSARA) is a plus.
    • Experience in commercial leasing is a plus  

    Essential Qualifications:   

    • Must be a self-starter and hands on leader
    • Must show confidence and take responsibility for the completed work
    • Ability to keep up with a fast-paced environment 
    • Possess verbal and written communication skills and strong listening skills
    • Attention to detail a must 
    • Must be able to provide subordinates with a healthy working environment 

    Physical Demands:

    • Ability to operate in a constant state of alertness and safe manner 

    Benefits and Perks:

    • 401(k) Plan
    • Company 401(k) Matching Contributions
    • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
    • PerkSpot National Employee Discount Program


    In addition, eligible employees receive:

    • 120 hours Paid Time Off (prorated) in the first year & 7 Paid Holidays
    • Medical, Prescription, Dental & Vision Insurance
    • Short and Long-Term Disability Insurance
    • Voluntary Life & Accident 
    • Critical Illness Insurance 
    • Company Paid Life Insurance 

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    At Heniff, we believe our biggest asset is our people. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer, hiring and developing individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences to add to our collaborative culture. Heniff treats all candidates and employees with respect and does not discriminate in our recruiting, hiring, and promoting processes and general treatment during employment, including on the basis of actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, alienage or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital status, veteran status, or disability.

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    Heniff Transportation provides best-in-class supply chain solutions to our valued customers by utilizing our network of supply chain services and resources. We focus on creating extraordinary growth and value across the markets, industries, and customers we serve through outstanding safety, innovation, and service performance. We accomplish this through one of the largest, fully integrated networks of terminals, transload and tank wash facilities in North America and now in Canada. We strive to be the BEST at everything we do.


    Position Summary

    The Fleet Analyst functions are part of the maintenance team and departmental support. The individual will monitor and evaluate equipment, maintenance decisions, and purchasing. Along with other items that are presented within the fleet, this individual prepares monthly and quarterly reporting requirements, trends, and monthly activity tracking reports. This individual will work closely with the performance and analytics department to provide or gain necessary information related to the equipment and maintenance. 

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • The Fleet Analyst monitors Maintenance Software for errors that will affect coding of the repairs 
    • Analyze data to find cost improvements and work redundancies
    • The Fleet Analyst reports trends and efficiencies of all shop locations
    • Analyze vendors and cost effectiveness 
    • The Fleet Analyst monitors maintenance related CSA violations 
    • Perform other tasks as necessary 
    • The Fleet Analyst reports directly to the The VP of Fleet Maintenance
    Requirements

    Education and Experience:

    • Experience using software with in-depth experience using Microsoft Excel

    Preferred qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree plus 2 years’ relevant work experience preferred
    • Project management courses are a plus
    • Knowledge of the transportation industry is a plus

    Essential Qualifications:

    • Strong customer service and organizational skills required
    • Ability to plan and organize and explain data 
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships 
    • Knowledge of automated fleet management information systems.
    • Oral and written communication skills necessary for accurate documentation of various required inspection forms and interaction with management 

    Language Skills:

    • Ability to read, write and speak English proficiently

    Physical Demands:

    • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear.  
    • May be required to stand, walk, sit, use hands to feel; reach with hand and arms, and stoop, kneel or crouch as needed.  
    • Specific vision requirements include the ability to see at close range, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
    • Ability to operate in a constant state of alertness and safe manner. 

    Work Environment:

    • The position typically operates in a standard office environment.
    • This position routinely uses office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, file cabinets, and fax machines.

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    Benefits and Perks:

    • 401(k) Plan

    • Company 401(k) Matching Contributions

    • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

    • PerkSpot National Employee Discount Program


    In addition, eligible employees receive:

    • 120 hours Paid Time Off (prorated) in the first year & 7 Paid Holidays

    • Medical, Prescription, Dental & Vision Insurance

    • Short and Long-Term Disability Insurance

    • Voluntary Life & Accident 

    • Critical Illness Insurance 

    • Company Paid Life Insurance


    At Heniff, we believe our biggest asset is our people. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer, hiring and developing individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences to add to our collaborative culture. Heniff treats all candidates and employees with respect and does not discriminate in our recruiting, hiring, and promoting processes and general treatment during employment, including on the basis of actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, alienage or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital status, veteran status, or disability.

  • Heniff Transportation provides best-in-class supply chain solutions to our valued customers by utilizing our network of supply chain services and resources. We focus on creating extraordinary growth and value across the markets, industries, and customers we serve through outstanding safety, innovation, and service performance. We accomplish this through one of the largest, fully integrated networks of terminals, transload and tank wash facilities in North America and now in Canada. We strive to be the BEST at everything we do.

    Position Summary

    First Shift, Monday-Friday.

    Certified and trained forklift operator. Operates 20’ ISO tanks/containers.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • The ISO Lift Operator operates forklifts to move intermodal equipment on/off chassis and put into/out of storage.
    • Documents location of equipment utilizing equipment tracking system, Depot Systems.
    • The ISO Lift Operator updates electronic equipment tracking systems.
    • Ensures equipment is in proper working order and documents inspections of equipment, reports discrepancies.
    • The ISO Lift Operator maintains daily inspection log(s) for equipment and properly report exceptions; ensure equipment receives periodic maintenance.
    • Has knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices, and procedures for role.
    • The ISO Lift Operator relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job.
    • Handle product temperature requirements.
    • The ISO Lift Operator fills and delivers material vouchers to production crews.
    • Trouble shoot and diagnose equipment failures.
    • The ISO Lift Operator has basic knowledge of hydraulic and pneumatic components.
    • Facility and grounds maintenance.
    • The ISO Lift Operator understands and use computerized maintenance systems.
    • Communicate effectively with others, especially with Dispatchers and Drivers to ensure production and customer needs are met.
    • The ISO Lift Operator always follow safety procedures and promote a safe environment for you and your fellow employees.
    • Comply with established ISO standards when required.
    • The ISO Lift Operator follows other duties as assigned.
    • The ISO Lift Operator reports directly to the Depot Manager.
    Requirements

    Education and Experience:

    • High school diploma or equivalent
    • Preferred minimum of 2 years' experience in a similar position
    • Possess and maintain current certification in the operations of required forklift and related equipment
    • Adequate computer skills
    • Ability to learn quickly and attention to detail
    • Good communication skills
    • Preferred experience in driving and operating a container lift

    Essential Qualifications:

    • Able to work outside in variable weather conditions
    • Ability to follow spoken and written instruction
    • Ability to safely perform all tasks and understand Company’s safety policies and procedures
    • Dependable transportation is required as well as the ability to work a flexible schedule if required (scheduled or unscheduled overtime, weekends, nights, and holidays)
    • Employment is contingent upon the ability to pass required Safety Council training examinations, and all pre-employment screenings i.e. drug screen

    Physical Demands:

    • Position requires manual dexterity and the ability to maintain physical activity throughout the day: 
    • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds and hold or lift a variety of objects.
    • Able to carry, bend, stoop, turn, kneel, crawl, climb a ladder and other manual labor activities.
    • Ability to operate in a constant state of alertness and safe manner

    Benefits and Perks:

    • 401(k) Plan
    • Company 401(k) Matching Contributions
    • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
    • PerkSpot National Employee Discount Program

    In addition, eligible employees receive:

    • 120 hours Paid Time Off (prorated) in the first year & 7 Paid Holidays
    • Medical, Prescription, Dental & Vision Insurance
    • Short and Long-Term Disability Insurance
    • Voluntary Life & Accident
    • Critical Illness Insurance 
    • Company Paid Life Insurance 

    Work Environment:

    • This position is likely to involve duties conducted in and around the grounds of a warehousing and shipping environment.
    • This position frequently involves the operation of a forklift and other material movement equipment.

    At Heniff, we believe our biggest asset is our people. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer, hiring and developing individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences to add to our collaborative culture. Heniff treats all candidates and employees with respect and does not discriminate in our recruiting, hiring, and promoting processes and general treatment during employment, including on the basis of actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, alienage or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital status, veteran status, or disability.

  • Heniff Transportation provides best-in-class supply chain solutions to our valued customers by utilizing our network of supply chain services and resources. We focus on creating extraordinary growth and value across the markets, industries, and customers we serve through outstanding safety, innovation, and service performance. We accomplish this through one of the largest, fully integrated networks of terminals, transload and tank wash facilities in North America and now in Canada. We strive to be the BEST at everything we do.


    Position Summary

    The Fleet Leasing Specialist is responsible for the inventory management, distribution, and oversight of all tank trailer and ISO container leasing. 


    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • The Fleet Leasing Specialist is to maintain and control the location and status of each piece of equipment within the leasing business segment.
    • Work with the various departments to ensure all areas of operations are in compliance with the company policies and guidelines.
    • The Fleet Leasing Specialist will recommend changes to policies and conflicts to Vice President of Dedicated Services.
    • Institute changes that are changed within the company and those not in conflict with Company policies.
    • Work with the various operational business groups to ensure equipment needs or request are meet to aid in coverage and increase utilization of idle equipment.
    • The Fleet Leasing Specialist will coordinate equipment repositioning as needed to satisfy customers’ needs.
    • Plan, dispatch, and track various equipment moves.
    • The Fleet Leasing Specialist will ensure optimal equipment utilization.
    • Maintain customer relations and seek out new customer base for idle equipment.
    • Support and maintain current customers and customer needs.
    • Work with the sales department in regards to customer contacts, the need for customer contacts, and equipment availability to lease.
    • Monitor accounts and work with the legal department to ensure contracts and agreements are kept current and review in a timely manner and adjustments made if needed. 
    • Oversee maintenance of the equipment.
    • Handle all maintenance issues and setup routine maintain at prescribed intervals as required by the Company or by governing bodies, such as DOT and federal or state governing entities. 
    • Work with internal and outside shops to ensure equipment out of service or modifications is done and completed right and in a timely manner to meet or exceed customers’ expectations.
    • The Fleet Leasing Specialist will prepare monthly/weekly billing as prescribed in the leasing contract. Ensure that billing is correctly performed and in a timely manner.
    • Ensure rail billing is in place on intermodal shipments.
    • Handle and process all related expenses within the leasing company ensuring the expenses are coded and processed for payment.
    •  Work with the billing department to ensure all accounts are kept current and assist in bringing accounts current, in regards to accounts receivables and payables
    • The Fleet Leasing Specialist reports to the VP of Fleet Maintenance. 
    Requirements

     

    Education and Experience:

    • Associate’s degree or equivalent work experience
    • Knowledge of all Microsoft applications including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • ISO container and tank trailer equipment knowledge a plus

    Essential Qualifications:

    • Demonstrated organizational and analytical skills   
    • Strong interpersonal skills
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Ability to manage a distributed workforce
    • Strong problem solving skills
    • Demonstrated ability to act as a team player and get involved in all aspects of the business function

     

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    Benefits and Perks:

    • 401(k) Plan

    • Company 401(k) Matching Contributions

    • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

    • PerkSpot National Employee Discount Program


    In addition, eligible employees receive:

    • 120 hours Paid Time Off (prorated) in the first year & 7 Paid Holidays

    • Medical, Prescription, Dental & Vision Insurance

    • Short and Long-Term Disability Insurance

    • Voluntary Life & Accident 

    • Critical Illness Insurance 

    • Company Paid Life Insurance 


     At Heniff, we believe our biggest asset is our people. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer, hiring and developing individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences to add to our collaborative culture. Heniff treats all candidates and employees with respect and does not discriminate in our recruiting, hiring, and promoting processes and general treatment during employment, including on the basis of actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, alienage or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital status, veteran status, or disability

  • Heniff Transportation provides best-in-class supply chain solutions to our valued customers by utilizing our network of supply chain services and resources. We focus on creating extraordinary growth and value across the markets, industries, and customers we serve through outstanding safety, innovation, and service performance. We accomplish this through one of the largest, fully integrated networks of terminals, transload and tank wash facilities in North America and now in Canada. We strive to be the BEST at everything we do.


    Position Summary

    The Maintenance Clerk assists the Fleet Administration Manager with any projects and/or daily duties that may arise.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • The Maintenance Clerk verifies accuracy in vendor invoices
    • Process and send accounts payable invoices to Accounting
    • The Maintenance Clerk creates Invoices from maintenance services provided
    • Review DOT documents 
    • The Maintenance Clerk performs scanning/indexing
    • Perform other duties as necessary
    • The Maintenance Clerk directly reports to The Fleet Administration Manager
    Requirements

    Education and Experience:

    • High school diploma, GED, or equivalent
    • Work experience in an office surrounding of at least one year
    • Experience setting up and maintaining filing systems by either scanning into software program or by paper system into filing cabinet

    Essential Qualifications:  

    • Demonstrated computer keyboard skill at approximately 60 words per minute
    • Demonstrated courteous and considerate telephone skills
    • Knowledge of common computer programs, such as: Excel, Microsoft Word, etc.
    • Demonstrated legible penmanship

    Language Skills:

    • Ability to read, write and speak English proficiently; some knowledge of the Spanish language preferred

    Physical Demands:

    • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear.  
    • May be required to stand, walk, sit for long periods of time (possibly up to 8 hours), use hands to feel; reach with hand and arms, and stoop, kneel or crouch as needed.  
    • Specific vision requirements include the ability to see at close range, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
    • Ability to operate in a constant state of alertness and safe manner

    Work Environment:

    • The position typically operates in a standard office environment.
    • This position routinely uses office equipment such as computers, phones, and scanners.

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    Benefits and Perks:

    • 401(k) Plan

    • Company 401(k) Matching Contributions

    • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

    • PerkSpot National Employee Discount Program


    In addition, eligible employees receive:

    • 120 hours Paid Time Off (prorated) in the first year & 7 Paid Holidays

    • Medical, Prescription, Dental & Vision Insurance

    • Short and Long-Term Disability Insurance

    • Voluntary Life & Accident 

    • Critical Illness Insurance 

    • Company Paid Life Insurance 

    At Heniff, we believe our biggest asset is our people. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer, hiring and developing individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences to add to our collaborative culture. Heniff treats all candidates and employees with respect and does not discriminate in our recruiting, hiring, and promoting processes and general treatment during employment, including on the basis of actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, alienage or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital status, veteran status, or disability.

  • Heniff Transportation provides best-in-class supply chain solutions to our valued customers by utilizing our network of supply chain services and resources. We focus on creating extraordinary growth and value across the markets, industries, and customers we serve through outstanding safety, innovation, and service performance. We accomplish this through one of the largest, fully integrated networks of terminals, transload and tank wash facilities in North America and now in Canada. We strive to be the BEST at everything we do.


    Position Summary

    Responsible for performing preventative maintenance, special inspections and general repairs on tractor and trailer units in accordance with DOT, federal and state regulations and Company standards.


    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • The Diesel Truck Mechanic will diagnose and repair tractors and trailers.
    • Perform annual/systematic 90-day inspection in order to ensure equipment meets federal FHWA standards.
    • The Diesel Truck Mechanic will perform the following on cargo tanks: internal, external, and upper coupler inspections, heat system, leakage, vacuum, pressure tests and vapor tightness test (EPA Method 27).
    • Determine the overall mechanical condition of tractors, trailers and associated equipment, diagnoses component malfunctions and initiates repair actions.
    • The Diesel Truck Mechanic will repair components by replacing worn or damaged parts with new or reconditioned parts.
    • Correct vehicle deficiencies by removing, repairing, adjusting, overhauling, assembling, disassembling, and replacing major assemblies, sub-assemblies, components, parts, or systems, such as, brakes, hubs, bearings, seals, electrical, air conditioning, fuel, steering, hydraulics; control linkages, clutches, and traction units.
    • The Diesel Truck Mechanic will se technical publications or automated systems in maintaining vehicles to prescribed manufacturers’ maintenance schedules and for researching parts.
    • Properly annotate all maintenance and labor performed in maintenance management software.
    • The Diesel Truck Mechanic will operate a yard hostler truck to move trailers within the facility yard and the shop as needed.
    • Communicate the need to order and receive parts and supplies as needed.
    • Diesel Truck Mechanic will adhere to all established safety (OSHA) and environmental policies and standards to include identification, use, and proper procedures for handling or disposal of hazardous wastes.
    • Clean, organize, and maintain the work environment to ensure equipment longevity and workplace safety.
    • The Diesel Truck Mechanic will perform welding repairs as needed.
    • Perform additional duties as assigned.
    • Diesel Truck Mechanic's report directly to the Shop Supervisor
    Requirements


    Education and Experience:

    • High school diploma, GED, or equivalent
    • Experienced in the use of inspection and test equipment used for cargo tank inspections

    Essential Qualifications:

    • Demonstrated knowledge of vehicle and equipment theory, principles, and repair relating to diesel engines, air, electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic systems
    • Ability to effectively and efficiently inspect tanks and trailers to align with DOT standards (49CFR HM180.407).
    • Knowledge of tractor and trailer maintenance, DOT rules and regulations, company policies and procedures
    • Ability to use vehicle diagnostic software

    Language Skills:

    • Ability to read, write and speak English proficiently

    Physical Demands:

    • Use arms to reach and stretch; hands and fingers to grasp, move, or assemble objects of a variety of sizes, and to also manipulate a variety of objects, tools, devices, and controls.
    • Use legs to stand for long period of time, maneuver through shop environment, and perform a variety of locomotive functions which may include crawling, kneeling, crouching, sitting, and carrying or relocating objects weighing up to 75 lbs.
    • Perform broad locomotive motions, at times in a rapid fashion, such as bending, twisting, balancing in stable and unstable positions, and reaching, with the capacity to use bodily muscles to sustain these motions for long periods of time without fatigue.
    • Perform fine locomotive motions, at times in a rapid fashion, that involve the use of fingers for the manipulation of tools.
    • Adjust, execute, maintain, and repeat all bodily motions, postures, and stances in order to accommodate to rapid and gradual changes within the work environment as necessary.
    • Visually identify and focus on objects at close and distant ranges, and at central and peripheral locations, with the ability to identify their distances, depths, and colors in environments of varying lighting.
    • While looking forward, see objects or movements that are off to the side.
    • Use auditory senses in order to hear and isolate specific sounds, understand speech, and recognize their differences in a variety of environments of varying sound levels.
    • Speak clearly and at necessary volumes in a variety of environments of varying sound levels.
    • Ability to operate in a constant state of alertness and safe manner.

    Work Environment:

    • Shop may be susceptible to climate like outdoor weather.
    • Frequent exposure to loud machinery, air tool operation, hammering and engine noise.
    • This position includes 0% travel under normal circumstances.
    • This position works in confined spaces.

     

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    Benefits and Perks:

    • 401(k) Plan

    • Company 401(k) Matching Contributions

    • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

    • PerkSpot National Employee Discount Program


    In addition, eligible employees receive:

    • 120 hours Paid Time Off (prorated) in the first year & 7 Paid Holidays

    • Medical, Prescription, Dental & Vision Insurance

    • Short and Long-Term Disability Insurance

    • Voluntary Life & Accident 

    • Critical Illness Insurance 

    • Company Paid Life Insurance 

    At Heniff, we believe our biggest asset is our people. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer, hiring and developing individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences to add to our collaborative culture. Heniff treats all candidates and employees with respect and does not discriminate in our recruiting, hiring, and promoting processes and general treatment during employment, including on the basis of actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, alienage or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital status, veteran status, or disability.

  • Heniff Transportation provides best-in-class supply chain solutions to our valued customers by utilizing our network of supply chain services and resources. We focus on creating extraordinary growth and value across the markets, industries, and customers we serve through outstanding safety, innovation, and service performance. We accomplish this through one of the largest, fully integrated networks of terminals, transload and tank wash facilities in North America and now in Canada. We strive to be the BEST at everything we do.  

    Position Summary

    Under general supervision from the Regional Maintenance Manager (RMM), manages the operation and maintenance of all the terminal’s tractors and chemical cargo trailers ensuring assets are maintained in accordance with federal (DOT), state and local regulations and Company policies.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Manage the shop facility in a safe, efficient, timely, cost effective, and practical manner and in compliance with OSHA regulations and Company polices.
    • Ensure and enforce all established safety policies and standards to include OSHA regulations and Company policies, and the identification, use, and proper procedures for handling or disposal of hazardous wastes.
    • Monitor and address all issues concerning corrective action of direct reports and employee performance while being accessible to all areas of the shop.
    • Plan daily staffing levels to meet workload.
    • Perform oversight of cost controls and the maintenance and repair of equipment assigned to the terminal; contribute to the Company’s revenue growth.
    • Determine the overall mechanical condition of vehicles and equipment; diagnose component malfunctions and initiate repair actions.
    • Properly annotate all maintenance performed on prescribed forms and enter data into TMT and other data collection systems.
    • Manage and maintain inventory of parts, tools, specialized test equipment and consumables.
    • Provide support to the terminal operations team regarding all equipment-related issues.
    • Monitor and analyze all opportunities to cut costs and improve efficiencies.
    • Perform administrative functions, including timesheet approval, repair order maintenance and compliance documentation.
    • Utilize sound judgment to determine when vehicle repairs should be completed by an outside agency that is authorized and qualified to perform such work. Clearly discuss situation with Regional Maintenance Manager.
    • Comply with all applicable company policies and procedures and federal/state/local laws and regulations.
    • Produce and maintain accurate inspection forms and their records.
    • Regularly interface with Terminal Manager, Regional Maintenance Manager, and Safety officials.
    • Perform additional duties as assigned.

    Job Requirements

    Education and Experience:

    • High school diploma, GED, or equivalent
    • At least 5+ years' industry experience in fleet maintenance

    Preferred qualifications:

    • DOT HM-183 training or experience
    • ASE certification
    • Course work in auto and equipment mechanics at a trade school or 3 years of experience as a mechanic, or any equivalent combination of education and experience

    Essential Qualifications:

    • Strong customer service and organizational skills
    • Demonstrated knowledge of automated fleet management information systems, equipment theory , principles, and repair relating to vehicles, diesel engines air, electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic systems
    • Demonstrated knowledge of commercial tractor and trailer maintenance and DOT rules/regulations
    • Proficient in the use and completion of repair and purchase orders produced by a maintenance management system
    • Demonstrated skills in self-directed planning and organization/supervision of technicians to complete regularly scheduled preventive maintenance
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with terminal operations staff and safety officials
    • Proficiency with computers including Microsoft Office and web-based applications
    • Ability to use vehicle diagnostic software
    • Knowledge of automated fleet management information systems
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills, at times adjusting spoken voice to suit the sound level of the environment
    • Ability and desire to work in a positive, fast paced, and high energy environment

    Language Skills

    • Ability to read, write and speak English proficiently
    • Bi Lingual a plus

    Physical Demands:

    • Use arms to reach and stretch; hands and fingers to grasp, move, or assemble objects of a variety of sizes, and to also manipulate a variety of objects, tools, devices, and controls.
    • Use legs to stand for long period of time, maneuver through shop environment, and perform a variety of locomotive functions which may include crawling, kneeling, crouching, sitting, and carrying or relocating objects weighing up to 75 lbs.
    • Perform broad locomotive motions, at times in a rapid fashion, such as bending, twisting, balancing in stable and unstable positions, and reaching, with the capacity to use bodily muscles to sustain these motions for long periods of time without fatigue.
    • Perform fine locomotive motions, at times in a rapid fashion, that involve the use of fingers for the manipulation of tools.
    • Adjust, execute, maintain, and repeat all bodily motions, postures, and stances in order to accommodate to rapid and gradual changes within the work environment as necessary.
    • Visually identify and focus on objects at close and distant ranges, and at central and peripheral locations, with the ability to identify their distances, depths, and colors in environments of varying lighting.
    • While looking forward, see objects or movements that are off to the side.
    • Use auditory senses in order to hear and isolate specific sounds, understand speech, and recognize their differences in a variety of environments of varying sound levels.
    • Speak clearly and at necessary volumes in a variety of environments of varying sound levels.

    Work Environment:

    • Shop may be susceptible to climate like outdoor weather.
    • Frequent exposure to loud machinery, air tool operation, hammering and engine noise.

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      Benefits and Perks:

      • 401(k) Plan

      • Company 401(k) Matching Contributions

      • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

      • PerkSpot National Employee Discount Program


      In addition, eligible employees receive:

      • 120 hours Paid Time Off (prorated) in the first year & 7 Paid Holidays

      • Medical, Prescription, Dental & Vision Insurance

      • Short and Long-Term Disability Insurance

      • Voluntary Life & Accident 

      • Critical Illness Insurance 

      • Company Paid Life Insurance 

       

      At Heniff, we believe our biggest asset is our people. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer, hiring and developing individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences to add to our collaborative culture. Heniff treats all candidates and employees with respect and does not discriminate in our recruiting, hiring, and promoting processes and general treatment during employment, including on the basis of actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, alienage or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital status, veteran status, or disability.