Transportation Compliance Manager
The Transportation Compliance Manager will be responsible for monitor and control the systems and programs that Cascades Recovery+ has in place for our fleet that is operating in most of the Provinces in Canada and the US.. Candidate requirements & qualifications: Minimum of 5 years of progressive leadership experience in fleet operations. Experience working with government agencies, MOE, MOL, POLICE, and local city and fire officials. Excellent computer skills with proficiency in using the Microsoft Office Suite Must possess strong organizational and communication skills. Must have the ability to work with business operations in a safety-first culture. Self-directed and decision-maker Ability to manage new platforms (Geotab is an asset) Excellent interpersonal and coaching skills Travel across Canada and the US is required Able to effectively work with maintenance and operations management. The successful candidate will:
Complete H&S and Fire Safety risk assessment and action plans
Work effective Accident and Incident Reporting System
Manage the CVOR for FFSI and FFSC, develop and execute plans to improve performance through driver and employee communication and training.
Manage Geotab and the standardization of the system in all Regions Work effectively with Regional Transportation Managers and Dispatchers to manage the fleet Have extensive knowledge of industry rules and regulations. Actively liaise with the maintenance department to establish priorities Work through regulatory audits (audit experience is considered an asset) Have direct communication with Cascades Corporate office to implement initiatives related to Fleet management Have strong dispute-resolution skills. Advise on the investigation and reporting of accidents, incidents, and non-conformances while making recommendations for corrective actions Preferred qualifications include: College/University degree Technical knowledge of heavy vehicles
Knowledge of transportation industry – minimum experience 5 experience
Cascades believes in the success of an inclusive organization that values diversity within its team. It will fairly consider all those qualified for this position. The use of the masculine in our communication refers to both women and men.
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