Our client based in the North Dublin area is looking to recruit a Fleet Administrator for an immediate start.

*Please note this role is a full-time office-based role*

Main duties include:

  • Ensure that all vehicles are maintained in worthy a road condition that complies with current RSA road traffic and safety legislation.
  • Ensure all drivers carry out daily inspections and by performing visual inspections of vehicles and equipment periodically. Participate in driver safety training programs to ensure compliance.
  • Liaise with fuel card providers, ordering new cards and cancelling old cards.
  • Liaise with Toll Tag Providers and maintain active register.
  • Coordinating with insurance companies to ensure that all vehicles are always covered by the appropriate amount of insurance and processing of accident reports and repair quotes.
  • Maintain vehicle tracking system and arrange fitting and removal of trackers for vehicles being hired / de-hired.
  • Administer the company vehicle / driving policies in relation to vehicle usage and driver responsibilities.
  • Preparing periodic reports on fleet activity, including fuel usage, business and private mileage usage and vehicle damage tracker reporting.
  • Monitor continuously which vehicles are available for use based on departmental needs and fleet capacity.
  • Coordinating with other departments, such as human resources and accounting, to ensure that employees are properly registered in their respective vehicles for BIK purposes.
  • Manage the hire and de-hire of all vehicles. Liaise with vehicle providers in relation to repairs, Servicing and maintenance to vehicles including CVRT and Tax compliance.

The ideal candidate will have the following:

  • 3yrs+ Fleet administration experience
  • Excellent MS office skills
  • Excellent attention to detail and communication skills
  • Ability to work within a fast-paced environment.
  • Full clean drivers licence

If this role is of interest to you, please apply with your updated CV for immediate consideration