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SALARY: R257 508 per annum (Level 07)

CENTRE: Department of Transport and Public Works, Western Cape Government

REQUIREMENTS: Grade 12 (Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification); A minimum of 2 years’ experience in a mechanical, panel beating or similar fleet management environment; A valid (Code B or higher) driving licence. Recommendation: Relevant working experience in the following: Government and/or other motor transport fleet agencies; Retail Motor Industry (RMI)/South African Motor Body Repairers’ Association (SAMBRA) (or equivalent) grading systems; Audatex/Abuntex system; Cost analyses. Competencies: Knowledge of the following: Repair, maintenance, panel beating and spray painting of vehicles (i.e. Motorcycles, Quads, Sedans, LDV’s, Panel vans, Cranes, Trucks and Busses); BBB-EE Act; Fleet Management Systems; Office administration; Client Liaison Management; Written and verbal communication skills; Planning and organisational skills; Good problem solving and conflict resolution skills; Ability to work in a team and result orientated.

DUTIES: Receive incoming calls from Client institutions on a daily basis; Capture said Fleet Repair and Maintenance service requests (SR’s) on the GMT system; Follow up on open service requests with the GMT Teams and/or Vehicle Related Suppliers; Assist with the capturing of vehicle inspections; Publish service requests to invite quotes, and coordinate vehicle assessments by the GMT Team and/or Vehicle Related Suppliers on the GMT premises; Coordinate with Client institutions and assist with the scheduling of vehicles overdue for service intervals as prescribed by the vehicle manufacturer, COF renewal, vehicle manufacturer recall programs and processing vehicle inspections performed by GMT, the R&M service provider (Nedbank) and Client institutions; Review quotes received via the GMT FleetMan system to tow and/or recover vehicles, servicing, repair and/or maintenance of vehicles and scrutinize the vehicles technical history, before approving or rejecting the service requests with a reason or escalate to the Assistant Director/ Deputy Director/Director for review or approval; Monitor accident damage and/or mechanical repair vehicle downtime progress and follow up on overdue vehicles until resolved; Follow up on outstanding Vehicle Related Supplier invoices to finalize the GMT service requests; Provide technical advice to Client Institutions and Transport Officers, and assist with drafting TV6/28 vehicle condition assessment reports when the vehicles are withdrawn from service (to be auctioned); Receive misuse and/or vehicle hijacking/thefts reporting via the GMT Report line (calls or email) and handle/register said cases on the GMT system (for further action by GMT Fleet Risk Management and the vehicle tracking service provider).

ENQUIRIES: Mr S Tyman at Tel No: (021) 467 4756

APPLICATIONS: Only applications submitted online will be accepted. To apply to submit your application online only: via or

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