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Fleet Analyst

Overview
BrightView was recently formed through the combination of landscape industry pioneers and leaders, Brickman and ValleyCrest. This defining event united more than 140 years of experience, an extraordinary portfolio of high-profile projects and clients, and a vast, national network of expertise and innovation. As one and true to our name, we?re reinventing the industry while affording our 22,000+ team members access to the most comprehensive training, resources, benefits, mentorship, and opportunities for career advancement.
Reporting to the Manager of Fleet Operations, the role will be responsible for partnering with Regional Equipment Managers, Strategic Sourcing personnel and Operations leaders to support fleet related planning, forecasting, implementation and analysis. The individual will need to be capable of fostering internal and external partnerships to drive performance and respond to the needs of the field.
Job Specifics:
+ Place fleet orders and ensure timely delivery / follow up.
+ Identify trends in personnel and equipment performance and provide recommendations for improvement.
+ Analyze data and make recommendations based upon facts.
+ Research and resolve Regional Equipment Manager inquiries
+ Responsible for performing special projects that improve efficiency and performance.
+ Perform ad hoc assessments of current processes and collect input from stakeholders.
Requirements:
+ Business, Finance, Accounting or related Bachelor's degree
+ Experience in a matrix organization
+ MS Office skill set, with advanced Excel and PowerPoint experience
+ Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Preferred Requirements:
+ Experience with on road and off road equipment
+ Operational / field experience
Core Competencies:
+ Ability to make solid fact based analytical decisions
+ Motivated, self-starter
+ Requires proven ability to manage multiple projects in parallel
+ Focus on customer service and support of field operations /personnel
+ Strong communication skills (internal and external)
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