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VP of Operations

Job Description Job Responsibilities Contribute as an executive leader to assist the team to formulate and accomplish the organizations strategic and tactical objectives Provide leadership and support consistent with our organization's mission and values by setting clear expectations and performance goals for operations managers and corporate support team Play a significant role in long-term strategic company planning and execution to enhance profitability, productivity, and efficiency throughout the company's operations. Develop and execute against an annual operating plan and capital budget Establish and administer the company operating policies and procedures, including productivity and efficiency goals. Establish and administer the company safety program and environmental compliance Provide a high level of customer service and satisfaction Keep up to date on information and technology affecting areas of responsibility to increase innovation and ensure compliance Reviews operations reports and directs the resolution of operational and maintenance problems to ensure minimum costs and to prevent operational delays Oversees the maintenance of the companies operating facilities and fleet Maximize efficiency and improve profitability by analyzing all areas of operations to find possible improvements to things such as processes and procedures, staffing, product improvement, and product pricing Work with vendor partners to provide products and service on a cost-effective manner and maintain high service levels. Additional duties as assigned by the company President-- Experience Required: 7 plus years of multi-divisional management experience in petroleum industry Prior experience with delivered fuels a must Prior experience with multi-location management, commercial fleet, industrial safety and health experience preferred Knowledge of OSHA/MSHA, DOT, NFPA, and HazMat regulations- Education Required: Bachelor's Degree Desired Skills: Strong Leadership Skills, Team Player, Quality and Service Focus, Problem Solving, Understanding of Software Systems.

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