Job # 1001512, Route Supervisor

Title: Route Supervisor
Location: Winnipeg , Manitoba
Expires on: 7/22/2017
Reports to: District Manager


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Position to commence in September

Summary

The Route Supervisor will be responsible for developing a thorough understanding of the Company’s transportation requirements and patterns. They will review and process day to day operations under specific municipal collection contracts.

Responsibilities

  • Providing direct supervision of all drivers, ensuring ongoing training requirements, discipline and procedural implementation

  • Acting as a liaison between the municipalities and the Drivers/Loaders, as well as with dispatch to ensure information regarding daily schedules, equipment and service requirements is efficiently relayed

  • Working alongside the Operations Manager and the HR Manager to maintain adequate staffing levels, including participating in interviews and pre-employment Road Tests

  • Conducting ongoing observational behaviour assessments/driver training to uncover any performance issues, and creating an action plan to correct

  • Tracking ongoing service/driver issues and documenting any discipline required

  • Attaining all of the necessary information regarding any issues by maintaining courteous, prompt and efficient customer relations with residents and municipalities

  • Organizing and approving driver vacation requests

  • Ensuring a healthy and safe working environment for all workers, and reporting any related issues immediately to the Operations Manager

  • Ensure company policy, systems, and industry related training is delivered to all drivers as needed

  • Performing Accident Investigations when company vehicles are involved in traffic accidents

  • Other duties as assigned

Requirements

  • Valid class 3 license with a clean drivers abstract

  • 2+ years of supervisory experience, ideally with a large team

  • Preference will be given to those candidates with experience working with Residential or Commercial collection, transportation, and/or Operations

  • General understanding of, WHMIS and the Highway Traffic Act

  • Proficiency with performing pre and post trip inspections, as well as accident investigations

  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills

  • Capability to plan, prioritize and execute against tight timelines

  • Intermediate database, spreadsheet, and word processing skills within a Microsoft environment

  • Willing to work flexible hours





GFL Environmental is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. We thank you for your interest. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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