The Fleet Superintendent ensures employee safety, quality repairs and asset performance while delivering timely service in coordination with the timelines provided by the Scheduler.  This is a leadership position; the Fleet Superintendent is involved in the hiring process, employee on-boarding, training, IDP’s and corrective actions.  The individual will lead the Shop’s interactions with Operations to ensure best in class service.


  • Creates and promotes efficient workflow in shop.
  • Ensures that mechanics and technicians have required tools and parts.
  • Coordinates with Scheduler to effectively and efficiently distribute workload amongst mechanics and technicians for unscheduled / emergency repairs.
  • Coordinate with Fleet Manager to ensure high Napa performance standards.
  • Ensures Shop / Field / PM compliance with all safety, environmental, and mechanical standards. Conducts monthly shop inspections for compliance / reporting.
  • Evaluates performance of Shop Foreman. Responsible for disciplinary actions for Shop Foremen.
  • Enforces KPI’s; evaluate and implement changes and / or modifications required in order to maintain goals.
  • Ensures Foremen are executing on timelines laid out by the Scheduler.
  • Maintains appropriate staffing to ensure achievement of KPI’s.
  • Ensures recommendations from the Planner / Scheduler are cost effective.
  • Maintains training schedule for all shop employees.
  • Actively participate in the onboarding of new shop employees.
  • Approval of vacation schedules for foreman.
  • Performs Quality Control Inspections.
  • Final review of completed work orders; closes work orders in CMMS.
  • Ensures TPR initiatives are being sustained.
  • Reviews timecards for all mechanics and technicians.
  • Ensures equipment is being properly reported.
  • Identify and research rework or repeat fleet failures / trends.
  • Assist in determining shop equipment needs and specifications of service / support vehicles.


  • Organizational skills
  • Problem solving skills.
  • Communication skills – written and verbal.
  • Team player
  • Strong problem solving and analytical skills with the ability to make decisions.
  • Strong leadership and Superintendency skills
  •  Solutions oriented.


  •  5+ years’ experience in heavy equipment shop leadership position.
  • High School Diploma or GED required; bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • CDL preferred.
  • Knowledge of operation of standard office equipment.
  • Thorough knowledge of NJDOT, OSHA, EPA and NJ State Regulations.
  • OSHA 10-hour and 30-hour certification preferred.
  • Computer Skills – proficient in MS Office; familiar with diagnostic software.

If you require sponsorship now or in the future, please discuss with recruiting or hiring team during interview process. 

Benefits Package:

Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Ins., Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, 401(k) with company match, Employee Stock Purchase Plan, Bonus Program, Education Assistance, Training & Development

Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.