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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 will be hybrid with 1-2 days onsite in Oak Brook, IL.

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    Position Summary

    The Sr. Programmer/Analyst’s role is to create and modify new and existing software applications and integrations in support of business requirements.  


    Duties and Responsibilities: 

    • Analyze, define, develop, document, and deliver applications on a project-by-project basis in collaboration with internal users and business process owners.  
    • Follow the documented SDLC and Change Control policies.
    • Work with IT to improve computing systems and software using automation and improved data for reporting.
    • Work with IT to identify and resolve issues with software products and custom software systems. 

    Requirements

    Programming Skills Required   

    • .Net framework 
    • SQL, including Stored procedures
    • JSON, ASP.Net

    Technical Experience Preferred

    • GIT
    • UI Path – RPA
    • Power Shell
    • Azure
    • TMW Suite (Trimble), Great Plains (Microsoft) 

    Education Preferred: 

    • AA or BA or equivalent work experience  

    Experience Required:

    • 10 years or more experience with demonstrated success in a similar position with required skills. 

     

    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. 

    Shift: Saturday-Wednesday, 7am-4pm.

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    Essential Functions:

    • Address any dispatch related issues that come up after hours.
    • Field calls from drivers related to breakdowns, accidents, and other equipment related issues.
    • Work with terminals to assigns resources to meet customer requirements under company and regulatory agency mandates.
    • Enters complete and accurate data about the customer’s orders into the computer system.
    • Communicates with customers, employees, and other terminal locations to ensure customer’s requirements are met while getting the most efficient use of available resources.
    • Handles emergency and non-emergency situations.
    • Checks drivers’ hours of service and maintenance condition reports of selected equipment. 
    • Issuance ofEFS to address repairs and breakdowns.
    • Provide drivers with 24/7/365 access to live assistance when needed.
    • Other duties as assigned.


    Requirements

     Qualifications/Requirements

    • Candidates must have knowledge of DOT regulations, safety polices, and other Regulatory bodies having jurisdiction over motor carriers. 
    • Experience with Outlook (E-mail) and AS400 is desired.
    • Trucking Industry background a must.
    • Clear written and verbal communications
    • Work well in a team environment.
    • Must maintain confidential information.
    • Ability to analyze and resolve situations and problems.
    • Must have a talent to handle multiple priorities and projects.
    • Better than average skills working with computer programs.

    Job Requirements 

    • High school diploma or GED
    • Trucking/tank truck or Logistics experience 
    • Preferred qualifications· Associate’s or bachelor’s degree 

     

    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.

  • The Risk Management and Insurance Supervisor will manage/maintain property lists, tracks assets, and communicate with internal partners regarding insurance provisions in leases, vendor service agreements (collaborating with legal as necessary) and ensure insurance compliance with national and local regulatory bodies. 


    This person will supervise the handling and processing of claims as well as collaborate with regional budget liaisons to ensure insurance premiums are allocated to appropriate cost centers. He/she will serve as a local point of contact for insurance questions, insurance policy renewals, collection of underwriting data, comparison of insurance coverage terms and conditions, and review quotes and policies for accuracy. 


    The Risk Management and Insurance Supervisor will work with outside insurance brokerage representatives and intermediaries and may be called upon to explain insurance terms/concepts/conditions to local company management and other company personnel. The ideal candidate may assume escalating responsibilities based on performance, aptitude, and business needs.

    The Risk Management and Insurance Supervisor will also be responsible for the program administration, risk identification and procurement of insurance policies arranged exclusively for the company and its unique business operations. 

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    Duties and Responsibilities: 

    • Assist with the insurance renewal activities with insurance broker.
    • Maintain insurance schedule and updates in real time for underwriting data changes.
    • Collaborates with internal (Company personnel) and external (brokers/insurers) to ensure insurance coverages are invoiced and paid in a timely basis.
    • Supervise staff to ensure incidents and potential claims are noticed and resolved pursuant to policy provisions.
    • Serve as an in-house risk management/insurance resource for Company business unit managers and partners.
    • Review property reports, verify insurance coverage for accuracy, and confirm inclusion on Master insurance programs as needed.

    Requirements

    Requirements

    • Bachelor's Degree
    • 2-5 years’ experience in the commercial insurance industry
    • Knowledge of commercial auto and general liability coverages, as well as D&O, inland marine, pollution, etc. coverages
    • Excellent analytical, organizational, and oral and written communication skills
    • Experience in the handling of auto and general claims highly preferred

    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.

    CLICK HERE TO APPLY!

    Position Summary

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


    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • The Shop Manager manages the shop facility in a safe, efficient, timely, cost effective, and practical manner and in compliance with OSHA regulations and Company polices.
    • Manage shop Supervisors or leads to make sure practical decisions are being made.  
    • The Shop Manager ensures 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.
    • The Shop Manager plans 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. 
    • The Shop Manager determines 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.
    • The Shop Manager manages and maintain inventory of parts, tools, specialized test equipment and consumables.
    • Provide support to the terminal operations team regarding all equipment-related issues.
    • The Shop Manager monitors and analyze all opportunities to cut costs and improve efficiencies.
    • Perform administrative functions, including timesheet approval, repair order maintenance and compliance documentation.
    • The Shop Manager utilizes 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.
    • The Shop Manager performs additional duties as assigned.
    • Produce and maintain accurate inspection forms and their records.
    • The Shop Manager regularly interface with Terminal Manager, Regional Maintenance Manager, and Safety officials.
    • The Shop Manager reports directly to the Regional Maintenance Manager.

     

    Requirements

     

    Education and Experience: 

    • High school diploma, GED, or equivalent
    • At least 5+ years' industry experience in fleet maintenance as a lead or higher 
    • DOT HM-183 training or experience

     

      Essential Qualifications: 

      • Strong customer service and organizational skills
      • Must be able to manage a staff of 15 or more employees and multiple shifts
      • 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
      • 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.
      • Bilingual a plus

      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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      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.


      Location: Blair, NE

      Day Shift, Monday-Friday

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      Position Summary

      Diesel Mechanic will be performing mobile work around Blaire and different counties in Nebraska. Company truck to do repairs will be provided and will be kept at yard after work is completed. Valid Driver's License and clean driving record is required.


      Duties and Responsibilities: 

      • The Mechanic diagnoses and repair tractors and trailers.
      • Perform annual/systematic 90-day inspection in order to ensure equipment meets federal FHWA standards.
      • The Mechanic performs 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 Mechanic repairs 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 Mechanic uses 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 Mechanic operates 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.
      • The Mechanic adheres 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 Mechanic performs welding repairs as needed.
      • Perform additional duties as assigned.
      • The Mechanic reports 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
      • Valid Driver's License required

      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

       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.

      Locations: High Point, Wilmington, Charlotte, NC

      CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR WILMINGTON, NC!

      CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR HIGH POINT, NC!

      CLICK HERE TO APPLY TO CHARLOTTE, NC!

      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 diagnoses and repair tractors and trailers.
      • Perform annual/systematic 90-day inspection in order to ensure equipment meets federal FHWA standards.
      • The Mechanic performs 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 Mechanic repairs 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 Mechanic uses 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 Mechanic operates 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.
      • The Mechanic adheres 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 Mechanic performs welding repairs as needed.
      • Perform additional duties as assigned.
      • The Mechanic reports 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.
      • Ability to operate in a constant state of alertness and safe manner. 
      • This position works in confined spaces.

      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.

      CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR GREER!

      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 diagnoses and repair tractors and trailers.
      • Perform annual/systematic 90-day inspection in order to ensure equipment meets federal FHWA standards.
      • The Mechanic performs 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 Mechanic repairs 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 Mechanic uses 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 Mechanic operates 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.
      • The Mechanic adheres 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 Mechanic performs welding repairs as needed.
      • Perform additional duties as assigned.
      • The Mechanic reports 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.
      • Ability to operate in a constant state of alertness and safe manner. 
      • This position works in confined spaces.

      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.

      Location: Memphis, Collierville, Kingsport, TN

      CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR MEMPHIS, TN!

      CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR COLLIERVILLE, TN!

      CLICK HERE TO APPLY TO KINGSPORT, TN!

      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 diagnoses and repair tractors and trailers.
      • Perform annual/systematic 90-day inspection in order to ensure equipment meets federal FHWA standards.
      • The Mechanic performs 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 Mechanic repairs 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 Mechanic uses 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 Mechanic operates 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.
      • The Mechanic adheres 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 Mechanic performs welding repairs as needed.
      • Perform additional duties as assigned.
      • The Mechanic reports 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.
      • Ability to operate in a constant state of alertness and safe manner. 
      • This position works in confined spaces.

      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.

      Locations: Channelview, Pasadena, Beaumont, Oyster Creek, TX

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      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 diagnoses and repair tractors and trailers.
      • Perform annual/systematic 90-day inspection in order to ensure equipment meets federal FHWA standards.
      • The Mechanic performs 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 Mechanic repairs 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 Mechanic uses 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 Mechanic operates 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.
      • The Mechanic adheres 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 Mechanic performs welding repairs as needed.
      • Perform additional duties as assigned.
      • The Mechanic reports 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.
      • Ability to operate in a constant state of alertness and safe manner. 
      • This position works in confined spaces.

      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.


      Location: Lakeland, FL

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      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.

      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.

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      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.

      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.

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      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 Mechanic diagnoses and repair tractors and trailers.
      • Perform annual/systematic 90-day inspection in order to ensure equipment meets federal FHWA standards.
      • The Mechanic performs 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 Mechanic repairs 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 Mechanic uses 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 Mechanic operates 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.
      • The Mechanic adheres 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 Mechanic performs welding repairs as needed.
      • Perform additional duties as assigned.
      • The Mechanic reports 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

      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.
      • Ability to operate in a constant state of alertness and safe manner. 
      • This position works in confined spaces.

       

      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 Driver Manager will be responsible and accountable for assigning jobs to ensure efficient driver operations. Ensure that company policies are being followed and that work is conducted in a safe manner.

      CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR PASADENA, TX!

      Duties and Responsibilities:

      • The Dispatcher will develop and maintain professional relationships with drivers to ensure their needs are being met.
      • Communicate in a timely and effective manner with customers to ensure a high level of service.
      • The Dispatcher will maximize driver availability to fully utilize equipment in order to provide maximum revenue and profitability.
      • Review dispatch sheet and driver assignments to ensure all loads are dispatched.
      • Review all orders and process and/or distribute according to terminal procedure.
      • The Dispatcher will ensure timely and efficient movement of loaded trucks carrying various products.
      • Schedule loads and assign qualified drivers.
      • Enter load information into TMW system and prepare Delivery Receipts for each load.
      • The Dispatcher will provide documentation and communicate to drivers all pertinent information for scheduled load(s).
      • Initiate and maintain customer specifications.
      • Safety Date Sheets (SDS) for products hauled.
      • Review driver's Hours of Service Logs for available hours, and update hours in the computer as required.
      • Update and/or forward reports as directed by terminal management.
      • Perform all other duties as specified by the terminal or corporate management.
      • Incorporate measures to prevent waste and lost time.
      • The Dispatcher will effectively address concerns from employees and customers.
      • Ensure compliance with safety rules, including but not limited to those defined by OSHA and DOT.
      • Enforce and practice all safety rules of the Company and all government agencies, including but not limited to DOT and OSHA; monitor risk.
      • The Dispatcher will understand and follow established policies and procedures in emergency situations.
      • The Dispatcher/ Driver Manager will report to the Terminal Manager.
      Requirements


      Education and Experience:

      • Associate degree or equivalent work experience
      • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, etc.
      • Minimum 5 years of related experience
      • Familiarity with DOT and OSHA regulations
      • Some travel to corporate office and other locations
      • Willingness to work a flexible schedule
      • Valid driver’s license and ability to meet company driving requirements

      Preferred qualifications:

      • Prior dispatch experience
      • Experience using TMW and PeopleNet systems
      • Tanker industry experience
      • Prior management/supervisory experience
      • Understanding equipment utilization and allocation


      Essential Qualifications:

      • Strong organizational, administrative and analytical skills
      • Solid communication skills and attention to detail
      • Ability to be flexible and adapt to change
      • Strong customer service orientation, ensuring needs and deadlines are met in a timely fashion
      • Ability to demonstrate a positive, proactive and motivated attitude
      • Must be reliable and punctual
      • Ability to adapt to change in a fast-paced organization
      • Strong problem-solving skills
      • Ability to work a flexible schedule


      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.
      • May be required to lift 50 lbs.
      • 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.

      Work Environment:

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

       

      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.

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      Position Summary

      The Terminal Operations Supervisor assists the Terminal Manager with all functional areas of the facility.

      Duties and Responsibilities:

      • The Terminal Operations Supervisor will be responsible for recruiting, hiring, termination of drivers, tank cleaners, and staff
      • Training & Orientation of drivers, tank cleaners, and staff
      • The Terminal Operations Supervisor coordinates as needed with shop foreman and wash rack supervisor to ensure equipment availability to meet dispatch needs
      • Coordinate with dispatch to identify resource needs and training & development needs are met
      • The Terminal Operations Supervisor ensures compliance with hours of service and other applicable Federal, State, Local laws and regulations as needed
      • Ensure compliance with published payroll guidance
      • The Terminal Operations Supervisor answers the telephone
      • Ensure both internal and external customers are treated with courtesy, discretion, and sound judgement
      • The Terminal Operations Supervisor will be responsible for other duties as assigned by Terminal Manager  
      • The Terminal Operations Supervisor directly reports to the Terminal Manager
      Requirements


      Education and Experience:

      • High school diploma or GED required
      • Minimum of 2 years relevant experience 

      Essential Qualifications:

      • Must have good communication skills
      • Must be computer literate
      • Must be able to edit / perform Company reports
      • Payroll functions
      • Broker Pay edits
      • Dispatch reports
      • QHOS reports and functions
      • DVIR reports and functions
      • Must be able to work weekends and Holidays as needed
      • Be on call as required

      Language Skills:

      • Ability to read, write and speak English proficiently

      Physical Demands:

      • Must be able to enter shop and tank wash environments (with proper safety gear) as needed to facilitate communications with those functions
      • Must be able to walk around the terminal facilities to facilitate security inspections and communicate with drivers or other visitors as needed
      • Long periods of sitting in front of a computer screen may be required
      • Occasionally required to stand, reach, bend and lift up to 25 pounds 

      Work Environment:

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

       

      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 

      CLICK HERE TO APPLY!

      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.

      CLICK HERE TO APPLY!

       

      Position Summary

      Responsible for ordering Truck and Trailer parts for the organization, monitoring inventory levels, moving parts between shops, and returning parts to vendors as applicable. 


      Duties and Responsibilities:

      • The Parts Supervisor assists in managing staff to include selection, work allocation, training, coaching and mentoring, problem resolution, performance evaluation and feedback, and corrective action.
      • Supervise Parts Clerks for proper usage of the shop management’s systems and Company policy.
      • The Parts Supervisor orders and track all parts needed by Technicians daily.
      • Based on the usage of parts, monitor all inventory levels and maintain minimum operational levels. 
      • The Parts Supervisor track and organize all inventory as instructed by management. 
      • Assign parts to repair orders as necessary.
      • The Parts Supervisor receive parts from vendors and check invoices for accuracy.
      • Maintain cleanliness and organization of parts rooms.
      • The Parts Supervisor manages all parts warranties and utilize approved vendors.
      • Properly annotate all parts, comments, and warranties in maintenance management software.
      • The Parts Supervisor plans daily parts requirements to meet workload.
      • Monitor and analyze all opportunities to cut costs and improve efficiencies.
      • The Parts Supervisor utilize sound judgment to determine when parts should be ordered.  
      • Interface with Procurement Manager in order to discuss business decisions involving parts inventory and inventory allocation.
      • The Parts Supervisor produces accurate and timely inventory reports. 
      • The Parts Supervisor reports directly to the Procurement Manager.

      Requirements

      Education and Experience:

      • High school diploma, GED, or equivalent
      • 3 – 5 years of parts-related experience

      Essential Qualifications: 

      • Strong customer service skills
      • Experience using Microsoft Office and strong computer skills
      • Must be able to communicate clearly in verbal and written forms; at times adjusting spoken voice to suit the sound level of the environment
      • Ability to plan, organize, and forecast the usage or parts based on historical data and trends
      • Demonstrated knowledge of vehicle and equipment and terminology, tractor and trailer maintenance, DOT rules and regulations, company policies and procedures, and automated fleet management information systems  
      • Ability to present a valid driver’s license

      Language Skills:

      • Ability to read, write and speak English proficiently

       

      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 Transload Operator is responsible for unloading railcars to tank trailers as well as load and unload van trailers in and out of the warehouse in a safe and timely manner.

      Duties and Responsibilities:

      • The Transload Operator follows operational guidelines and procedures.
      • Convey and enforce compliance of procedures effectively.
      • The Transload Operator loads and unloads a variety of bulk liquid and dry products.
      • Operate railcar loading systems and equipment.
      • The Transload Operator participates in safety training programs.
      • Ensure tracks are locked out and blue flags placed before start of work.
      • The Transload Operator provides accurate track list of railcars on site with estimated product amounts.
      • Pull product samples from railcars per customer guidelines.
      • The Transload Operator keeps storage container neat and clean.
      • Assist with maintenance and clean-up.
      • The Transload Operator performs additional duties as required.
      • The Transload Operator directly reports to the Terminal Manager. 

      Requirements

      Education and Experience:

      • High school diploma, GED, or equivalent 
      • Must have a valid driver’s license

      Preferred qualifications:

      • Chemical Operator Experience
      • Warehouse Operations Experience
      • A valid Class “A” CDL with tank and hazardous materials endorsements.

      Essential Qualifications:

      • Demonstrated ability to take ownership for one's own actions or decision
      • Proven skill as a self-starter that works as a team member under direction of management
      • Demonstrated ability to focus attention on determining what can be done to make progress  
      • Ability to clearly organize and effectively convey information
      • Demonstrated ability to multi-task  
      • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships 
      • Proven ability to work in a fast-paced environment
      • Demonstrated ability to follow written and/or verbal instructions with minimal supervision
      • Understand fully the work being done
      • Interact and collaborate with other team members professionally

      Language Skills:

      • Ability to read, write and speak English proficiently

      Physical Demands:

      • The position climbs on and off railcars.
      • The position is required to operate rail switches and rail car hand brakes.
      • The position requires walking long distances.
      • Consistently bend, stoop, kneel, and climb on elevated surfaces.
      • Work, walk, and stand on uneven ballast surfaces for long periods of time.
      • Required to lift up to 50 lbs. consistently throughout the course of a shift.
      • The position operates basic hand tools.
      • Wear and properly use a variety of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when required. 
      • Ability to operate in a constant state of alertness and safe manner

      Work Environment:

      • Work in various temperatures indoors and outdoors in all weather conditions: including extreme heat and cold.
      • Work in potentially elevated noise levels, confined spaces, including lifting in areas of low clearance. 

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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.

      Duties and Responsibilities:

      • The Logistics Customer Sales Specialist will identify targets and establish points of contact as well as building, maintaining and strengthening those relationships.
      • Build a portfolio of business.
      • The Customer Sales Specialist will provide exemplary customer service.
      • Oversee customer operations on accounts.
      • Price business.
      • The Logistics Customer Sales Specialist Track and report on sales activity and maintain referral sources profiles.
      • Create opportunity for relationship building by identifying new leads and contacts.
      • Create and use a customer lead list targeting growth accounts.
      • The Logistics Customer Sales Specialist will build higher level customer relations to gain business.
      • Cover shipments as necessary.
      • Review customer accounts receivable (AR) and ensure payment is made.
      • The Logistics Customer Sales Specialist will actively work to achieve and exceed quarterly and yearly goals including quotas, referral metrics and sales goals. 
      • Collaborate with Director, Brokerage Services regarding sales strategies.
      • Perform additional duties as required.
      • The Logistics Customer Sales Specialist will report directly to the Division President, Heniff Logistics. 
      Requirements

      Education and Experience:

      • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience
      • Experience using Microsoft Office products such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook

      Preferred qualifications:

      • Sales experience

      Essential Qualifications:

      • Demonstrated organizational and analytical skills  
      • Proven ability to work independently 
      • Demonstrated skill to see a project to completion
      • Strong interpersonal skills
      • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
      • Strong problem solving skills
      • Demonstrated ability to act as a team player and get involved in all aspects of the business function

      Language Skills:

      • Ability to read, write and speak English proficiently

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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.

    • Are you looking for a company with stability and growth? Do you enjoy the ability to create and implement compensation programs and initiatives? If so, consider joining our dynamic HR Team!  


      Per the Vice President Human Resources, “This has been my favorite job in my tenured career, and I’ve worked with many amazing companies. The Heniff HR Team is collaborative, engaged, open to each other’s input, dedicated to our employees and to The Heniff Company. We truly enjoy working together. Our growth has been phenomenal. It keeps us on our toes but we love making an impact!”

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      The Compensation Manager will lead strategy, compliance, and administration for Heniff’s compensation programs while serving as the compensation advisor. You will be instrumental in ensuring our total rewards programs and tools are crafted to attract, reward, and retain top talent to fuel our continued company growth. The Compensation Manager will work closely with internal stakeholders across the organization while leveraging data-driven insights that facilitate the design of innovative, cost-effective, and market-competitive programs. 


      In addition, you will be responsible for enhancing the employee experience, building an even greater place to work, and assuring we are delivering relevant and meaningful compensation offerings through clear communication and effective programs. 


      Responsibilities

      • The Compensation Manager partners with HR and Business Leadership to define, develop, communicate and execute a competitive compensation strategy to include compensation, paid time off programs, and other reward and recognition programs that are cost-effective and consistent with labor market trends and organizational objectives.
      • Manage the annual compensation process to include salary planning, merit budget, salary adjustments, internal equity reviews, annual incentive grants, and promotions; provide guidance and develop creative solutions on a variety of compensation matters including the setting of appropriate pay grades & FLSA status, defining and implementing salary structure ranges based on market data, and position leveling.
      • Develop and implement comprehensive and effective compensation communication      strategies and trainings; build & maintain content for employees and candidates; serve as a subject matter expert and escalation point to      employees, managers, and HR Representatives for compensation matters.
      • The Compensation Leader will ensure adequate processes, controls, compliance reviews, and audits are in place and are completed successfully. Will utilize job descriptions to perform FLSA audits in compliance with federal regulations to ensure proper classification of positions.
      • Establish, build, and maintain dashboards and reporting mechanisms to measure key compensation data to validate total rewards program effectiveness and identify trends; analyze data and prepare reports as necessary for Board      of Directors, Company Officers, Executive Team, and other leadership across the organization.
      • The Compensation Leader will prepare and manage compensation program documents, including pay policies, incentive plan documents, etc.; ensure required documents are processed through payroll and carriers to ensure accurate recordkeeping and proper payroll deductions.

      Qualifications

      • 4+ years' experience in compensation roles showing career progression and practical      experience managing compensation and equity, in a high-growth, multi-state environment with multiple entities, office locations, and divisions, preferably in a transportation industry.
      • Thorough knowledge of State and Federal wage and hour laws including FLSA, all pertinent federal and state regulations, filing and compliance requirements both adopted and pending affecting compensation programs.
      • Proven track record of developing, managing, and evaluating various components of incentive plans.
      • US. International experience is a plus.
      • An understanding of how to account for diversity, equity, and inclusion when making compensation      recommendations.
      • Certified Compensation Professional (CCP), Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS), Certified Equity Professional (CEP), and/or Certified Benefits Professional (CBP) certification preferred.
      • Experience working in a compensation role with companies greater than 1000 employees across the US is preferred.
      • Ability to read, write and speak English proficiently
      • Advanced Excel and reporting skills

       

      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 

      CLICK HERE TO APPLY!

      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.  

      CLICK HERE TO APPLY!

       

      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.