Fleet Support Officer
Birmingham City Council is the largest Local Authority in Europe and is a thriving City with lots going on. Birmingham is a large urban authority at the heart of the West Midlands with a growing population of over 1 million. It has the largest city economy in the UK outside of London with a growing reputation as an international business location.
To provide a comprehensive fleet services support function in relation to fleet items. Maintain and update an accurate vehicle database. Assisting with inspection schedules ensuring compliance with statutory and vehicle manufacturer’s guidance. Knowledge of Transport Legislation and Operator's Licence responsibilities are desirable to ensure compliance of the City's HGV fleet.
Responsible for maintaining the Fleet Management System and provide Management Information. Handle Notices of Prosecution, parking fines and Road Traffic Penalties. Raising invoices and purchase orders.
If this is you then we have a fleet officer role that is challenging, diverse and will keep you busy. Each day is different so you will never be bored with repetitive work.
Good understanding of how an Operator's Licence works and compliance of a fleet of HGV vehicles.
IT skills essential. Use of databases desirable, however training will be given.
We are looking for someone who is articulate, methodical, can think outside of the box and work with minimal supervision.
Experience working in a busy transport office would be advantageous and with a large diverse fleet.
A good sound knowledge of fleet management functions including an understanding of road fund licences and MOT requirements. Good communication skills and IT Skills is a pre-requisite of the position. Able to work on own initiative as well as within a team
For any informal enquires please contact Asha Kadara on 0121 303 4165 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
“Right to work in the UK documentation will be fully checked for all applicants. All non UK and non EU applicants are required to apply for a Certificate of Sponsorship from Birmingham City Council and must be approved by the UK Border Agency (UKBA) before any employment offer can be confirmed.”
Experience working in a busy transport office
Understanding of transport legislationSupporting documents
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