Education: A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in business administration, accounting, logistics, or a related field is needed to move into a management position. Some employers may require a postgraduate degree such as an MBA or a master's degree in supply chain management.
Communication and interpersonal skills: A fleet manager is a skilled negotiator, an active listener, and an agile speaker and writer where vendors and all levels of employees are concerned. They report to a few, collaborate with some, oversee others, and negotiate deals with suppliers.
•Computer and software skills: In addition to email, instant messaging, spreadsheet, and word processing apps, they are familiar with fleet-specific programs like route navigation software and logistics and supply chain software.
•Finance and accounting literacy: A fleet manager needs to understand how to read a balance sheet and how to establish a departmental and fleet budget.
•Ability to supervise staff: Whether they're in charge of a transportation segment or transportation is the company's core business, they supervise and critique the work of other employees in a variety of roles.
•Understanding of what's under the hood: A fleet manager needs to understand vehicle systems, mechanics, and technology sufficiently to authorize repairs and accurately evaluate the work of employees involved in maintenance and repairs.
•Knowledge of applicable laws and regulations: They are well-versed in the environmental and safety laws, regulations, and rules that are relevant to their department.
|3 - 5 Years
|2 Lac 50 Thousand To 2 Lac 75 Thousand P.A.
|Hotel / Restaurants / Travel / Airlines
|Other Bachelor Degree, M.B.A/PGDM, M.Com
|Fleet Management Fleet administration supply chain management
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