Company DescriptionAmerican Iron & Metal (AIM) is a recognized global leader in the metal recycling industry, with more than 125 site locations and 3500 employees worldwide.
We have continued to prosper for the last eight decades (we just celebrated our 86th birthday!) thanks to the dedication of our employees and the ongoing trust and support of our customers.
Become part of team AIM, a growing team who has over the years, successfully evolved into a multifaceted company with business divisions that include metal recycling (AIM Recycling), construction waste recycling (AIM Eco-Centre), manufacturing of solder assemblies (AIM Solder), demolition and decommissioning (AIM Delsan) and auto-recycling (Kenny U-Pull).
We take pride in doing good things for the environment to help create a greener, more sustainable future for all.It’s simple;
we do it right. We AIM for excellence.Job DescriptionReporting directly into the Vice President of Operations, the Director, Fleet Management will be responsible for establishing effective performance and maintenance strategies for all mobile assets throughout all of our Canada and US sites.
You will collaborate with stakeholders at different levels within the organization to support the achievement of business objectives.
Leading and coaching a team of Mobile Asset specialists in the execution of procedures in order to achieve organizational performance objectives.
Collaborating with different stakeholders in the development and maintenance of standardized preventive maintenance programs for each type of mobile equipment.
Developing and controlling mobile asset metrics that measure the effectiveness of different programs such as maintenance and repair, downtime, equipment disposal, and extending equipment life.
Developing equipment disposition plans annually.Collaborating with different stakeholders to assess and monitor depreciation and compare with the estimated life of each piece so that interventions are made to extend the life of the equipment where necessary.
Collaborating with different stakeholders to determine the appropriate disposal method.Assist in the creation and maintenance of the company's Surplus Equipment website.
Ensure that the computerized oil analysis program is effectively implemented at each site, including maintaining a record of oil samples in Oracle EAM or similar.
Managing multiple large scale budgets.QualificationsUniversity degree in a relevant field.A minimum of 15 years of experience and a solid background in repair and maintenance of fixed and mobile equipment.
Bilingualism - both written and spoken in French and English.Ability to read equipment manuals, blueprints, schematics, etc.
Ability to apply logical principles to solve problems and manage a large number of variables and determine appropriate action.
Ability to analyze data, develop effective equipment strategies related to these analyses and implement them at the operational level.
Have a thorough knowledge of the heavy equipment market.Familiarity with Maximo, Windows, Outlook, Microsoft Word and Excel, and the Oracle EAM software suite, purchasing and inventory management.
100% on-site opportunityAdditional InformationWhat we offer : Competitive salary + other perksGroup insurance & RRSP programCompany-wide events throughout the year (BBQ, Holiday party etc.
Free gym on siteTwo cafeterias on site (subsidized meal program available)Dynamic & rewarding work environment- work on high-impact, meaningful projects while also having fun!#corpmtlLess than 1 hour ago