Delivery or on-site service is a key component of many companies’ service offerings, and fleet managers take responsibility for maintaining the vehicles that get the job done. Transport, storage and distribution managers enjoy a median annual wage of $92,460, but before you can start earning, you have to land an interview and the job, which requires a well-written resume.
Fleet managers need excellent organizational skills, but they also need to be good at managing teams of mechanics or contractors, so include details of your leadership experience and analytic or problem-solving skills on your resume. Check the job posting to find out how hands on you might need to be and include relevant mechanical experience and automotive certification as applicable.
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