CURRENT NEEDS: Transportation Site Supervisor – Richmond, CA
The Transportation Site Supervisor (TSS) leads staff development activities – training for safety, efficiency and customer service at the Richmond
Depot at which employees are engaged in the collection , procession and shipping of used cooking oil (“UCO”) as well as grease trap cleaning (“Charged Services”). Additionally, the TSS covers routes as necessary.
• Staff on-boarding: The TSS conducts rig-alongs with new Mobile Service Technician (AKA “Driver”) including pre-employment drive tests and post-hire drive/service delivery tests. At the discretion of the Site Manager, he/she may also be expected to work shoulder-to-shoulder with plant production staff to transfer knowledge about how to operate the trucks, utilize the equipment, and document activities in the conformance with SeQuential’s operating standards.
• Ongoing Training: The TSS will conduct regular, periodic ride-alongs with drivers and work shifts in the tank farm to assess skills and safety practices with a goal of driving continuous improvement and mitigating risks of accidents and injuries.
• The TSS is expected to document observations, including needed corrective actions, and to ensure that drivers are demonstration satisfactory understanding of SOPs an signing off on SOPs once they have demonstrated sufficient understanding and/or mastery of the requirement/skill.
• Route Coverage: The TSS will cover routes as necessary per direction from the site manager.
• Depot/Satellite Oversight: The TSS is expected to observe, document and report to the Site Manager any irregularities such as fleet condition, equipment malfunction, software glitches and safety issues. He/she will also assist the site manager with inventory reporting, maintenance of plant logs, handling of truck scale tickets and other paperwork.
• The TSS is the depot’s/satellite’s point person for ensuring that the buildings and grounds are clean and well maintained.
• Compliance: In California, the TSS will also ensure that drivers understand and comply with California department of food and agriculture (CDFA) IKG reporting requirements including accurately measuring and recording pick up quantities and completed FOG reports.
• Competencies: Results driven; attention to detail; collaborative; strong listening; flexibility; multi-tasking and strong coaching skills.
• Work Environment & Travel: The TSS will be based out of the Richmond depot but will spend at least 50% of his/her time of the road.
• Culture Fit: The TSS is expected to be the consummate team player who embraces the company’s quest to expand demand and usage of
renewable fuels and the company’s core values of relationships, conscientiousness, innovation and results.
• Other: The TSS must have a valid commercial driver’s license and pas a pre-employment drug screen. Incumbent TSSs will be subject to
random post-employment drug screens.
Education and Experience:
• 3 + years of commercial driving experience – including operation split-differential transmissions – with a demonstrated track record of delivering exceptional customer service in a fast paced and rugged work environment.
• 2 + years prior supervisory experience strongly preferred
• Basic mechanical experience preferred.
• Demonstrated ability to operate effectively and autonomously in a fast-moving, loosely structured environment.
• Proven ability to foster positive, cohesive work environments.
• Strong demonstrated verbal and written communication skills, fluent in English; bilingual (English-Spanish) preferred.
• Demonstrated experience and commitment to operating safe work environments.
• Hold a valid Class A commercial driver license (CDL) and a clean driving record. Must take and pass a DOT driving test and hold a current DOT medical card. Endorsements for driving tankers, doubles and triples a plus.
• Ability to sit at a desk and work on a computer for several consecutive hours.
• Ability to tolerate intense smell of non-toxic bulk liquids (used cooking oil).
• Ability to stand, sit, walk, push, pull, work in splayed positions, and carry materials up to 100 pounds.
• Ability to work outdoors in temperature/precipitation extremes.
• Ability to travel frequently.
• Work schedule primarily Tuesday through Friday 4:30am -2:30pm
Compensation and Benefits
• Starting wage for class A TSS is $28.05 per hour
• Competitive medical, dental, vision, and life insurance
• Three weeks paid vacation (PTO) each year
• Seven paid holidays per year
• 401K with company match
• Employer paid cell phone
• GPS and telematics in all trucks