This position oversees the day-to-day operations of the highway and long haul division of the transportation department. This involves ensuring that all delivery equipment is running legally and safely and that customer product is delivered on time. The manager will ensure that all equipment meets all regulatory and ERS safety and maintenance standards.
The manager will be supervising a staff of 10–50. This will involve hiring, training, and ensuring that staff have complete knowledge of all federal, provincial, and territory transport regulations.
This person will be responsible for developing and documenting all related procedures. A full understanding of our SmarTruck system, its application, documentation of improvements, and training of all staff is a requirement.
The manager will be responsible for finding opportunities to increase the company’s market share through the efficient management of ERS Transport’s and ERS Continental’s assets and personnel while servicing ERS and third-parties. ERS is a major client of the transport division but outside revenues must always be searched to increase utilization. The objective is to help manage income, expenditure, and capital budgets, which will determine the division’s success.
· High school diploma/college degree or diploma
· Valid class 1 driver’s license with fuel experience
· CSTS training
· A minimum of “intermediate” knowledge in all Microsoft Office programs (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) and Internet Explorer.
Specific Expertise and Experience
· Strong good financial and managerial literacy
· Minimum of five years general experience in the petroleum industry
· Strong knowledge and experience in transportation and logistics
· Excellent understanding of transport regulations
· Strong communication skills with governmental transport departments, inspection stations, customers, and contractors
· An entrepreneurial approach to business: looking at ideas that increase ERS’ foothold in present markets and taking advantage of or creating opportunities to move into new markets
· Strong interview and writing skills (e.g., incident reporting) including content, flow, audience, grammar
· Familiar with transport software (e.g., HOS, DVIR, GPS)
· Minimum of five years driving experience (including maintaining a driver logbook, bill of lading, inspection reports (pre-trip, en-route, post-trip), maintenance and repair reports, accident or incident reports, and dangerous goods occurrence reports)
· Online permitting experience, Travis on the web, IFTA, and Prorate
· An understanding of orientation and badging at all major terminals in Western Canada
· Exceptional communication and organizational skills:
o Always approachable and professional in approach
o Able to keep several projects moving forward at once
o Ability to communicate process and projects to employees and management effectively
· A strong “team player”
· Ability to prioritize and delegate
· Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and adaptable to change
· Capable of working in an unsupervised environment; proactive; doesn’t wait for instruction
· A commitment to excellence: makes a commitment to develop or deepen the department
· Must maintain active refinery badges at Shell and IOL for loading trucks.
To apply please send 1) Resume, 2) Cover letter, and 3) References to www.envirofuel.ca/careers. Please submit application as instructed; failure to do so may result in disqualification from competition.