Fleet Maintenance Supervisor

Etobicoke, ON, CA

Dufferin Concrete - A CRH Company


Job ID:  490386 

Work Type:  Full Time Permanent 





Recognized as one of Greater Toronto's Top 100 Employers, Dufferin Concrete has been a trusted supplier, providing the materials, expert advice and value-added services to build roads, highways, schools, homes and buildings in Southern Ontario. Our network of 28 plants and over 400 ready-mix trucks provide a variety of standard and custom concrete mixes to meet technical specifications for commercial, industrial, institutional, and residential construction customers. We have earned our reputation as one of the most trusted, experienced, and quality-driven concrete suppliers in Canada, with over 100 years of service in the building materials industry.


We are a member of CRH plc, a global building materials company with a proud and successful history, a strong track record of performance and a clear commitment to safety and ethical business practices. The company employs over 90,000 people in 37 countries around the world.



Position Summary & Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Mobile Equipment Maintenance Superintendent, the Fleet Maintenance Supervisor – Afternoon/Evening, is responsible for the scheduling and supervision of fleet maintenance repairs to ensure maximum fleet availability. This position contributes to the overall efficiency and productivity of our ready mix operations through effective preventative and corrective maintenance programs.


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Essential Job Results:

Ensure Environmental and Health & Safety standards are met by:

  • Promoting and supporting company programs, policies and practices; ensuring regulatory compliance is maintained; conducting workplace inspections, incident investigation, safe work training; providing supporting documentation and reporting as required.
  • Assist in maintaining a safe and clean work environment in all garages.
  • Ensure all fleet vehicles are in a safe road worthiness state.


Co-ordinate and monitor:

  • Preventative maintenance, major repairs, daily running repair issues and maintain the availability by scheduling repairs in accordance with established budget and production demands.
  • Monitor the work activities of all garage personal under his/her supervision by daily communication and on site visits.
  • Ensure that garages have a balanced work day and that afternoon shift’s work is properly coordinated with the afternoon supervisor.


Maintains Garage staff (salary and hourly) performance objectives by:

  • Providing direction, support and disciplining employees; answering grievances, planning, monitoring and appraising performance objectives.


Complies with Federal, Provincial and Local Legal requirements by:

  • Studying existing and new legislation; anticipating future legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising management on needed actions.


Ensure proper administration/interpretation of Collective Bargaining Agreements by:

  • Reviewing and gaining a clear understanding of the collective agreements, and promoting positive working conditions and team spirit within the Operations, Dispatch, Quality and Maintenance teams; addressing grievances;
  • Contributes to Team Effort by:
  • Daily communication with central dispatch to ensure fleet equipment is available as required and where required, to handle planned workload.
  • Provide Coverage for other supervisors as required.
  • Any other jobs requested by supervisor.



Other Related Experience and Skills Required or Preferred:

  • Ability to analyze maintenance problems quickly and make prompt, sound decisions using good judgement.
  • Previous supervisory experience in a unionized environment would be an asset.
  • Computer proficiency would be an asset.
  • Valid driver license


Educational Criteria:

  • High school diploma or equivalent experience in relevant fields required
  • 310 T Mechanics license


Position Dimensions:

  • Leadership – demonstrated ability to:
  • Encourage people in the course of their work to meet company objectives.
  • Build effective relationships with hourly employees, peers, support staff, internal customers and vendors.
  • Safety Oriented with previous Health & Safety experience or education
  • Sound knowledge of OH&S policies, procedures and regulations.
  • Strong problem solving and troubleshooting ability
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal and negotiation skills
  • Sound knowledge of operating processes and procedures
  • Self motivated and able to work equally alone and as part of a team.
  • Strong organizational and planning skills.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication (verbal & written).



Visit our website for more information:    http://www.crhcanada.com

CRH Canada Group Inc. recognizes Canada’s diverse landscape. Accommodation is available upon request for applicants with disabilities throughout the recruitment and selection process.

Date:  Feb 4, 2024

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