The San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is hiring a fleet services manager to oversee the airport’s 1,400 vehicles and pieces of equipment. The fleet services manager leads a fleet team of 35 employees and manages an annual budget of $7 million.

Candidates should have experience managing a large fleet division, including heavy equipment, aircraft rescue vehicles, and alternative-fuel vehicles. The candidate should also have experience managing journey-level technicians and managing an operating budget.

Other requirements include a bachelor’s degree, five years of journey-level experience maintaining and repairing vehicles, and a Class C driver’s license. Additional experience can be used to substitute educational requirements.

The pay range is $118,900 to $142,800 annually. The announcement for the position will close on or after April 19.

For more information, view the job announcement.

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