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MLS Recruitment South Africa FLEET CONTROLLER Jobs Briefed Summary According to Official MLS Recruitment Vacancies Portal
|Hiring Agency||MLS Recruitment South Africa|
|Job Role||FLEET CONTROLLER|
|Job Location||Pretoria, Gauteng|
|Salary / Payout||Expected. Pay Of ZAR 17046.00 per month|
|Type Of Job||South Africa Jobs|
Detailed Job Description
PURPOSE OF THE ROLE:
To ensure that all company vehicles are utilized correctly on a daily basis to ensure customer satisfaction by monitoring departure times, route deviations, and standing time.
On a weekly basis you will receive the fitting schedule from the different factory managers. It will be your responsibility to upload the daily routes for each vehicle onto the tracking system.
Initially there will be no landmarks on the system. As the vehicles travel to the different cemeteries, it will be your responsibility to create landmarks on the system, using the locations where the vehicles are standing.
Monitor departure times from the factory, as well as arrival times and departure times for each client.
Monitor each vehicle for any route deviations and un-scheduled stops.
Any vehicle breakdowns must be attended to immediately. If you do not already have one, it will be your responsibility to build up a list of contacts for each province, of reliable mechanics, auto electricians and tow trucks to swiftly deal with any breakdowns. (Ask factory managers to assist with this)
Monitor all vehicles for unauthorized usage, with specific emphasis on week ends if a vehicle is not supposed to be running.
Phone every driver first thing in the morning (before 8am) to check and remind them to phone all their customers for the day in advance. This is done to prevent customers going to the cemetery early, and spend hours waiting for the fitting team to arrive.
In the event that a vehicle deviates from its route, or makes a unscheduled stop, the driver must be contacted immediately to find out why. This is to prevent drivers wasting time, but also to make sure that the driver and his team is not in any trouble.
In the event of a breakdown or an emergency, the appropriate person, service provider or emergency services must be contacted immediately to go and assist the team. Next call must be to the relevant factory manager so that he can be aware of the situation.
Once a driver has arrived at his destination, and the client is not there, our policy is that after half an hour the driver must leave. This is because each driver has multiple installations each day, and he cannot afford to wait hours for a client to arrive. It is your job to communicate with the driver 30 minutes after his vehicle has come to a stand still, to find out if the client is there or not. If the client is not there, the relevant factory manager must be notified immediately.
At 13:00pm a progress report for each team must be sent to all factory managers outlining how many installations has been done and how many are left, as well as any issues that caused a team to lose time. This is to help thefactory managers to plan for re-schedules, or apply pressure to the teams to get the job done.
Every Monday morning before 09:00am, a report must be sent to each factory
manager highlighting each of his fitting teams performance for the previous
This report will provide the following information:
1. Total kilometres travelled for the week.
2. Total travelling and standing time.
3. Any route deviations and total amount of un-scheduled stops.
4. Any speeding violations. (Maximum travelling speed = 100kph)
5. Any un-authorized after hours vehicle usage