Pros: enough space to make decisions independly
Cons: policies made nationally, and sometimes do not respond to practical situations that arise on a daily basis.
Keeping records updated and conducting inspections to check the cleanliness of vehicles.
Listening to complaints around the conditions of vehicles, and attend to them where immediate intervention is required.
Interact with colleaques to do daily planning of vehicles allocation.
Process invoices and fuel slips.
Check vehicle accessories such as jacks, – more... wheel spanners, spare wheels, and triangles.
Attend to enquiries from merchants/service providers.
Gathered lot of experience in the area of Fleet management and Labour relations
Enjoy the support of co-workers, and find it easy to be part of the team.
The hardest part of the job is to keep the transaction report files up to date,due to the fact that we are managing a fleet of eighty(80) vehicles that are running daily. For as long as a vehicle runs , there is going to be a transaction to account for.
The Organisation is managed by a team of skilled individuals who on average goog in empowering their personnel.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the space to work independently, as well as the exposure to new challenges. – less