New River Valley Community Services

  • Transportation Maintenance Supervisor

    Job Location US-VA-Radford
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    $36,317 - $41,765 annually; negotiable, dependent on qualifications

    The Vehicle Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for the overall management of and direct staff supervision associated with the repair and maintenance of all agency vehicles and contracted maintenance services.  All operations are to be performed in a safe, efficient, and cost effective manner.  Vehicles must be maintained with safety, comfort and professional appearance as top priorities. This position is responsible for the daily operations of the vehicle maintenance shop including; adhering to all reporting and compliance requirements with an emphasis on safety regulations, and for ensuring the timely and consistent operation and delivery of a top quality maintenance program.


    Position is forty (40) hours per week.  Some occasional weekend hours may be required.  NRVCS offers an excellent benefits package including:

    • Generous Paid Time Off
    • Health, Vision, and Dental Insurance
    • Life Insurance
    • VRS Retirement

    (Employment is contingent upon federal/state funding and the continuation of employment is based on the availability of these funds)



    Qualified applicants will have minimum of High school and/or vocational school diploma and minimum of four (4) years’ experience in vehicle maintenance. Safe driving record and valid Virginia Driver’s License with the ability to obtain a Commercial Driver’s License (Class B with Airbrakes and Passenger Endorsement) required. Must have knowledge of Virginia vehicle inspection requirements.


    Ability to maintain positive effective working relationships with others required. Excellent personal and team organization skills required. Excellent customer relations skills required.


    Successful candidates must comply with all FTA Drug and Alcohol Testing guidelines.


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