On the road again. And again.
It's not that you'll be driving – it's that you'll be responsible for ensuring others can. Maintenance Managers have to do 1 thing: keep trucks on the road. Sure, it may sound easy, yet it's anything but! To learn more about this exciting and rewarding career, click on the links below!
- What would I do?
- Where would I work?
- How do I get to be a Shop Maintenance Manager?
- Where would I go from here?
- How do I get started?
How do I get to be a Maintenance Manager?
The Maintenance Manager is a skilled technician with a solid working knowledge of both commercial vehicle repair and maintenance, and the overall corporate operation.
Effective communication, leadership, organizational, planning and computer skills are required in addition to technical skills in 1 or more vehicle maintenance trades.
In addition to holding a Certificate of Qualification as a Truck and Coach Technician, maintenance managers will benefit from additional management development courses or programs.