Purpose of the post
Vehicle Fleet Manager (VFM) oversees the fleet management of the ICRC vehicles in Pakistan, so that operational needs are met in compliance with the required standards as determined by the ICRC. VFM provides an effective and efficient resource planning for light vehicles, truck and other items etc. within the operational area.
Technical degree in automotive technology or equivalent.
2 years of management experience or recognized management training.
Excellent command (written and spoken) of English.
Minimum 5 years' proven experience in vehicle management.
Good knowledge of computer systems.
Field experience with commercial, military and humanitarian organization.
Frequent field visits.
To determine needs in terms of the fleet and maximizes its efficiency and effectiveness through planned resource allocation in accordance with guidelines from headquarters.
Responsible to provide and organize employee trainings and recruitment in accordance with security regulations and technical guidelines.
Manages and carries out controls on fuel supplies, for which s/he has final accountability; carries out contingency planning.
Establishes the spare parts inventory and carries out controls in accordance with ICRC guidelines.
Provides technical input in the decision-making process regarding private transport services under contract, especially freight transport.
Ensures that administrative paperwork related to vehicles and drivers is handled in a professional manner and is in line with guidelines from headquarters (includes vehicle and driver data files, registration and documentation related to import/export/transfer of vehicles, and convoy documentation).
In collaboration with the Logistician, ensures that all sites are secure in terms of fire danger, collateral damage from weapons and illegal access.
Ensures that all vehicles are in compliance with ICRC and national rules in terms of third-party and casco insurance.
Monitors, organizes and maximizes the efficiency of the vehicle pool to support the delegation's operations.
• Provides technical support for regional budget preparation, approves orders sent to Geneva and greenlights the disposal of vehicles.
WHAT WE OFFER:
Competitive salary package depending on the profile.
Multinational and multicultural working environment in a congenial setting.
Extensive opportunities for learning and development through internal and external sources.
Should you fulfil the above-mentioned requirements and be interested for this position, please submit your cover letter and complete application online by latest by 12.10.2018
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is an equal opportunity employer.
Note: Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Equally qualified females are encouraged to apply.