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Internal Number: 307151
FLEET SERVICES (BA-MOTR-IUBLA)
Fleet Services' mission is to provide safe, reliable, cost-effective, sustainable transportation for university departments and partners. Our department is responsible for purchase, lease, maintenance, fueling, and disposal of university vehicles and equipment. We also manage a motor pool for university business travel use by university faculty, staff, and students. Fleet Services manages vendor relationships with local rental agencies for passenger vehicles, equipment, and large trucks. Fleet Services oversees two van services for student transportation needs: Disabled Student Services Van and IU Ride. Our department is a small team with impact on all campuses.
Ride schedules are dispatched to drivers via TransLoc On Demand software with pickup and drop off times and locations.
LICENSES AND CERTIFICATES
The person in this role must be able to perform the duties with or without accommodation.
Career Level: Part Time Employee
Job Function: Part Time Employee
Job Family: Part Time Employee
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