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The Arkansas State Police (ASP) Fleet Administrator is responsible for managing the service, repair, installation, and maintenance of fleet vehicles, trailers, and related equipment to optimize efficient utilization. This position is governed by state and federal laws and agency policy.

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Special Job Requirements:

Occasional in-state and area travel and use of a variety of vehicles are required.

Typical Functions:

Supervises and oversees all automotive and mechanical duties including supervising a small skilled staff, a fully functional automotive shop for all vehicles in fleet, and the operation of a one-bay carwash located on the State Police Headquarters premises. Prepared and submits Department of Transportation (DOT) compliance reports, and establishes and maintains internal and external vendor relationships. Directs the service, repair, and preventative maintenance of fleet vehicles; develops, implements, and supervises preventative maintenance programs; periodically reviews procedures to ensure accuracy, completeness, and efficiency in accordance to DOT compliance and reporting. Performs diagnostic and system checks using advanced computer programs to determine necessary maintenance, repairs, and installation. Supervises staff by interviewing, training, assigning and reviewing work, and evaluating the performance of subordinate staff. May develop, direct, maintain, and control purchasing for ASP fleet, dispensing and inventory of activities for parts, and other inventories as assigned. May conduct studies and evaluate the condition of the fleet on an ongoing basis, making recommendations on the size and composition of the fleet and establishment of replacement criteria. Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills:

Knowledge of supervisory skills and techniques. Knowledge of laws and regulations governing automotive compliance and reporting. Knowledge of the mechanical and electrical operation of diesel and gasoline engines. Knowledge of diagnosing problems using up to date computer technology systems. Knowledge of machines, equipment, and tools used in the maintenance, repair, and installation of mechanical and electrical systems. Ability to organize, plan, direct, and supervise the work of subordinate employees. Ability to diagnose mechanical problems and recommend required repairs as necessary. Ability to make mechanical adjustments for service and repair of motor vehicles. Ability to analyze data, plan outcomes, and determine solutions. Ability to establish and maintain working relationships with others.

Minimum Qualifications:

The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in master planning, transportation management or a related field; plus four years of experience in transportation coordination or a related field, including two years in a supervisory capacity. OR The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus eight years of experience in commercial driving, transportation program coordination, automotive mechanical and maintenance work or a related field, including two years in a supervisory capacity.

Required Certificates:

Must possess certificates documenting proof as a Master and/or Certified Mechanical or Automotive Technician. Must possess a valid Arkansas driver’s license.


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