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Regional Fleet Manager - South East UK (Dartford/Erith)

Job Title: Regional Fleet Manager - South East UK (Dartford/Erith)
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Dartford
Salary: Not Specified
Reference: WRT-2020-12-31-9FA6A5886DAC
Job Published: January 21, 2021 18:34

Job Description

Job Description

The Regional Fleet Manager will have accountability for fleet management support to logistics operations in the South East, ensuring preventative maintenance compliance processes and defect management solutions are established and effectively managed. You will be responsible for management of several key 3rd party partner contractual relationships and operational performance ensuring service level agreements are achieved and exceeded. Safety, compliance, and cost is central to this role. Working closely with the rest of the Fleet Team and your stakeholders, you will play an active role in the development, leading and landing of key projects.

Candidate Description

As a Regional Fleet Manager, you will have experience of managing a large fleet in a similar distribution operation. Willingness to travel between our Erith and Dartford depots is essential to be successful in this role. Along with a background in management of 3rd party organisations, you will be able to engage, communicate with and influence stakeholders at all levels. You must have excellent problem-solving and analytical skills with the ability to construct and communicate proposals effectively. A National or International CPC in Road Transport is highly desirable.

Employer Description

The Asda Logistics Services Fleet Team look after one of the largest fleets in the UK with over 1,000 trucks, 4,000 trailers and an incredibly fast-growing Online Grocery fleet expected to grow from 2,200 to 3,500 in just 12 months. The unprecedented growth of Asda's fleet and promotion within the team has created an opportunity for an enthusiastic colleague to join the team responsible for over £300m in assets in more than 300 locations around the UK.