Fleet Management Lead

Lilburn, GA
Full Time
Operations
Mid Level

Fleet Management Lead 

Lilburn, GA, Onsite 
Full Time Exempt

 

About Us:
Flexcar is the leading vehicle subscription service dedicated to replacing ownership for the majority of car owners, and providing flexible mobility solutions to our members. We offer a diverse fleet of vehicles, ensuring that our subscribers have access to the latest models and a hassle-free driving experience. As we continue to grow, we are seeking a dynamic Fleet Management Lead to join our team and contribute to the management and optimization of our vehicle fleet. 

As a Fleet Management Lead here at Flexcar, you will play a crucial role in ensuring the efficiency and profitability of our vehicle fleet operations. You will work closely with the Field Operations Management Team to acquire vehicles from our partners, monitor depreciation costs, and manage the wholesale and disposal process for unprofitable inventory.  

What You’ll Do:  

Vehicle Acquisition: 

  • Collaborate with our partners to acquire new vehicles for our fleet. 

  • Ensure the timely delivery of vehicles according to demand forecasts and inventory needs. 

  • Coordinate transport of vehicle intra-market and inter-market as needed. 

Depreciation Monitoring: 

  • Track and analyze depreciation costs for each vehicle in the fleet. 

  • Identify trends and factors impacting vehicle depreciation rates. 

  • Implement strategies to minimize depreciation and maximize asset value. 

  • Make recommendations on vehicles to defleet based on depreciation costs in conjunction with the finance team. 

Fleet Optimization: 

  • Work with the Flexcar Field Operations Management Team to develop and implement strategies for fleet optimization. 

  • Conduct regular assessments of fleet performance and utilization metrics. 

  • Recommend adjustments to fleet composition, including additions, removals, and replacements, based on data-driven insights. 

Wholesale and Disposal: 

  • Manage the wholesale and disposal process for unprofitable and salvage inventory. 

  • Evaluate vehicles for resale and determine appropriate pricing strategies to sell vehicles at the optimal place in their depreciation curve. 

  • Coordinate with our partner sales teams or third-party vendors to sell vehicles efficiently and maximize returns. 

Compliance and Documentation: 

  • Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and company policies related to fleet management. 

  • Maintain accurate records of vehicle acquisition, depreciation, sales, and disposal activities. 

  • Prepare reports and documentation as needed for internal stakeholders and regulatory authorities. 

What You’ll Love About this Role:  

  • Being a core member of the Team– our customer safety, satisfaction, and company reputation depend on you! 

  • Being part of an automotive company that recognizes talent – The opportunity to learn new skills, contribute to the evolution of the company, and deliver a high-quality experience to our members.  

  • We are growing quickly – which means your career can grow quickly with us too!   

What Drives Success for this Role:    

  • Bachelor's degree in business administration, logistics, or a related field (preferred). 

  • 2+  years experience in fleet management, automotive industry, or related fields (preferred). 

  • Strong negotiation skills and ability to build effective partnerships with suppliers and vendors. 

  • Analytical mindset with proficiency in data analysis and reporting tools. 

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. 

  • Detail-oriented with the ability to multitask and prioritize tasks effectively. 

  • Knowledge of vehicle depreciation factors, wholesale markets, and regulatory requirements is a plus. 

Join us here at Flexcar and be part of a dynamic team dedicated to revolutionizing the future of mobility. If you are passionate about optimizing vehicle fleets and driving operational excellence, we want to hear from you! 

What Tops Off the Tank:  

  • Rest & Relax! Start with 10 PTO days annually with the potential to increase up to 20 PTO days annually plus six paid company holidays and three floating holidays you choose  

  • Save for Your Future! 401(k) with company match from day one of hire  

  • Expand The Family! Up to twelve weeks of paid family leave 

  • Drive a Flexcar! Discounted employee rate on Flexcar products  

Who Are We?  

  • Flexcar empowers all walks of life the flexibility to have a car of their own without the hassles of traditional car ownership. Convenient and affordable, Flexcar is here to disrupt a 90 Billion dollar industry by providing customers an alternative to car-sharing, leases, ownership, and car rentals.  

  • Flexcar is rapidly growing, and we want you to be a Flexster. Our special team is passionate, kind, collaborative, driven, and all-in on building the next automotive game-changer from the ground-up. This truly is an amazing opportunity to not only contribute your talents as a team-member, but also to help build the future Flexcar.  

The Extra Mile:   

  • We encourage Flexsters to bring their whole selves to work - unique perspectives, personal experiences, backgrounds, and however they identify. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer – M/F/D/V.  


Compensation Range: $58,500 - $65,000 USD Annually 

Who are we?

Flexcar empowers all walks of life the flexibility to have a car of their own without the hassles of traditional car ownership. Convenient and affordable, Flexcar is here to disrupt a 110 Billion dollar industry by providing customers an alternative to car-sharing, leases, ownership, and car rentals.

Flexcar is rapidly growing and we want you to be a Flexter. Our special team is passionate, kind, collaborative, driven, and all-in on building the next automotive game-changer from the ground-up. This truly is an amazing opportunity to not only contribute your talents as a team-member, but also to help build the future Flexcar.

The extra mile:

We encourage Flexsters to bring their whole selves to work - unique perspectives, personal experiences, backgrounds, and however they identify. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer – M/F/D/V.

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