Maintenance Manager - Proposed Business

2 months ago
Requisition ID
Position Category
Management & Above
Internal Reference
Transdev Inc. (Corporate)


Established in 19 countries, Transdev is a multinational leader in sustainable mobility and multimodal transport. Transdev offers several public transport options across North America.


In Canada, the Transdev team has 1,300 employees, operating approximately 650 vehicles and providing over 1,000,000 hours of service in more than 100 municipalities, school boards and regions across Canada. Transdev offers innovative mobility solutions to effectively meet the needs of all its communities.


Transdev is seeking a Maintenance Manager in Vancouver, Canada.

Become a part of the Transdev team as a Maintenance Manager in the Vancouver area.  This position will be responsible for planning, scheduling, directing and controlling of the maintenance operations of the Bus Garage.  Supervision of the licensed coach technicians, body persons, apprentices, procurement staff, and other semi-skilled and unskilled employees. 


Why work with us?

  • Tremendous career advancement opportunities due to Transdev’s presence in over 200+ communities across North America
  • Competitive Wages in a great work environment

This position is for proposed business.  Offer is contingent upon winning the bid.


  • Planning, scheduling, directing, controlling and generally supervising all aspects of the maintenance operations in the bus garage.
  • Responsible for preventive and corrective maintenance, technical support, legislative and usage based inspections and bus cleaning.
  • Supervising work of licensed technicians, body repair/painters, procurement and parts staff as well as unskilled utility persons. 
  • Maintaining necessary documentation of department
  • Performing quality checks to ensure repairs and maintenance functions are correct and meet MRO, and meet provincial, the client's and Transdev standards
  • Determine the correct course of action on vehicle failures
  • Run reports to identify maintenance program performance and associated failure analysis
  • Identify training needs of associates



  • Four years of transit safety management experience
  • Post secondary diploma or degree in a related discipline plus a minimum five (5) years of progressive management experience; transit operations experience and familiarity with unionized environment an asset.  An equivalent combination of education, training and experience may be considered. 
  • CVIP - Commercial Vehicle Inspection Program License (Or ability to obtain a BC license)
  • Experience working in public transportation operations (eight years)
  • Familiarity with all applicable safety rules
  • Thorough knowledge and understanding of rules and regulations
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, that include ability to explain and present regulations to others

Physical Requirements: 

  • Ability to work shifts or flexible work schedules indoors and in air conditioned or well ventilated facilities
  • Long periods of sitting, typing, or looking at a computer screen in an office or in a cubicle space


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The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.




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