Fleet Special Program Coordinator
City of Little Rock, AR - Little Rock, AR

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To coordinate special projects and programs; analyzes, recommends, and implements a system of performance measures and facilitates the recertification process for the Department of Fleet Services.

Essential Job Functions:

Analyzes, recommends, develops, and implements a system of performance measures for all Departmental program service levels; recommends additions, deletions and changes to new and existing programs; conducts research of Departmental operations to identify strengths and weaknesses of various programs; coordinates and assists with the implementation of special Departmental projects and programs; submits recommendations for review and approval to Department Director. Plans and coordinates the Departmental recertification process with Fleet-related professional organizations (i.e. 100 Best Fleet of North America, Fleet Sentinel Certification Program) and related activities to include compilation of statistical data, review of Departmental policies, procedures, and processes and makes recommendations for revision to maintain compliance with applicable certification standards; makes appropriate assignments and enforces deadlines throughout the Department; meets regularly with the Department Director and Division Managers to identify needs and report progress on recertification efforts. Reviews Departmental policies and procedures and makes recommendations for revision to ensure effective operation of Departmental activities and programs; submits recommendations for review and approval to Department Director. Compiles information and analyzes monthly, quarterly, annual reports, special narrative and statistical reports for benchmarks, program validity, trends, and feasibility information. Serves as Departmental liaison for identifying specific Departmental grant opportunities; monitors all grants awarded to ensure compliance with local, state and federal guidelines and regulations; works with Department divisions to identify grant sources and complete appropriate funding requests. Assigns, prioritizes, and reviews the work activities of assigned personnel and other employees on a special project basis. Serves as Departmental legislative liaison; analyzes and monitors existing, pending, proposed federal and state legislation to determine the potential or actual impact on Departmental operations and programs; makes recommendations to Department Director to ensure compliance with regulations. Attends monthly meetings with the Department Director, Division Managers, and other Departmental personnel to answer questions and provide information relating to assigned projects. Conducts special surveys and research on assigned topics relating to Departmental operations, policies, procedures, and programs; compiles information and prepares reports of findings. Establishes and maintains hard copy and computer files and records of Departmental certification information, and assigned special projects. Operates a computer with database, spreadsheet, and word processing software to create correspondence, narrative and statistical reports. Operates a city pool automobile in the performance of essential job functions.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Fleet Acquisition and Safety Specialist.

Minimum Qualifications and Additional Requirements:

These knowledge, skills, and abilities are usually, although not always, acquired through the completion of a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, English/Technical Writing, or a related area, two (2) years of professional-level experience in project coordination, or operations research, or statistical analysis, or related areas; two (2) years of experience utilizing a personal computer to include word processing and spreadsheet software, and one (1) year of supervisory experience. Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

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