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San Francisco Hiring Fleet Business Manager

January 06, 2017 - Press Release

The City & County of San Francisco, Calif., is hiring a fleet business manager to join its Fleet Management – Central Shops Department. 

Essential functions of the position include budget, finance, and accounting administration; business/strategic planning and process improvement; performance management and benchmarking; program evaluation and management; policy analysis and evaluation; systems management; and communication and outreach.

The candidate must have a Master’s degree and two years of related work experience as well as a Class C driver’s license. A Bachelor’s degree and two years of related work can substitute the Master’s degree.

Salary for the position begins at $105,500. The filing deadline is Jan. 27. The position was initially posted late last year but the application has been reopened in order to accept a sufficient number of qualified applications.

The department provides fleet services to over 70 departments with a combined fleet total of approximately 7,000 units. The department’s clients include the Police, Fire, Public Works, Recreation and Parks, and others. The fleet’s vehicle and equipment list range from small electric carts to fire engines to highly specialized equipment.

To learn more and apply, click here.

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