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Position Title:Licensing Administrator

Position Type: Regular - Full-Time ​

Requisition ID: 13549

Grade: Grade 04  

Company: Day & Ross USA, Inc.   

 

At Day & Ross, you’ll go far.
From a single truckload of potatoes in the 1950s to a fleet of thousands, Day & Ross is one of the fastest-growing and oldest providers of transportation solutions. With more than 8,000 employees, drivers, and owner operators, we’re a major player in cross-border and LTL/TL transportation, offering a diverse portfolio of transport and logistics solutions across North America. 

 

For over a decade, we’ve been recognized as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies, and we have been named a Top Company for Women to Work for in Transportation every year since 2018. Our industry recognition is a testament to the family values we share with our parent company, McCain Foods Limited.

 

About the Role
Licensing Administrator
Full - Time
Michigan 

 

The Licensing Administrator provides immediate support for operations, owner operators, recruiting and the licensing team, for all new and existing tractors, including all units involved in the transporting of freight for the Company. The purpose of this role is to maximize fleet readiness and efficiency by ensuring regulatory and legal requirements are up to date across all operating jurisdictions.

The Licensing Administrator provides immediate support for operations, owner operators, recruiting and the licensing team, for all new and existing tractors, including all units involved in the transporting of freight for the Company. The purpose of this role is to maximize fleet readiness and efficiency by ensuring regulatory and legal requirements are up to date across all operating jurisdictions.

 

How You’ll Help

  • Facilitates the process for commercial vehicle registrations, vehicle permits and licensing on all Company owned units.
  • Works with and manages the communication with the various government offices across the US for licensing requirements.
  • Manages a balanced work environment and provides the first line of contact for the licensing team. 
  • Identifies and presents process improvements on reviewed files, provides feedback and escalates when related to government changes and internal processing issues.
  • Manages and processes the annual fleet renewals and monthly lease payouts to ensure no disruption in service and regulated deadlines are met.
  • Update unit transactions, including the tracking and appropriate invoicing when required.
  • Track & report statistics related to transportation compliance performance.
  • Develop and maintain a depth of knowledge of US State and Federal requirements, including cross-border licensing requirements.
  • Manage leased operator insurances; bobtail, deadhead, physical damage and occupational accident.
  • Other compliance related duties as may be required  


Your Skills & Experience: 

  • At least Completion of secondary education.
  • Post-secondary education in Business or Office administration, an asset.
  • Experience with DOT (FMCSA) regulations. 
  • 2 years’ experience in office administration, transportation or related field.
  • Working knowledge of federal and state safety laws, regulatory requirements particularly FMCSR & licensing standards.
  • Strong computer skills in Microsoft Suites (Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point etc.).
  • Dependable, reliable and self-motivated with a proven ability to multi-task.
  • Superior interpersonal & communication skills; direct, clear and professional presentation of information 
  • Ability to prioritize, set goals, and accomplish responsibilities with limited supervision.
  • Ability to express ideas clearly and concisely using appropriate mediums (for example, face-to-face, e-mail, and presentations), listen effectively and demonstrate understanding.
  • Ability to interact cooperatively and collaboratively with others as a team, including those holding divergent and/or opposing views and goals. 
  • Analytical and problem solving skills, the ability to evaluate current situation, respond quickly to changing requirements, execute and escalate accordingly.
  • Effective written and communications skills.
  • Attention to detail and high level of accuracy.
  • Able to work with little supervision.
  • Up to 20% of travel.

 

 

Please note that the successful candidate will be subject to reference and criminal background checks prior to employment.

We thank you for your application, but only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
As a federally regulated employer, The Day & Ross fully supports the principles of employment equity and encourages all qualified members of the designated groups to apply.


Function: Transportation

Location(s): US - United States of America : Michigan : Armada || US - United States of America : Michigan : Brownstown || US - United States of America : Michigan : Detroit || US - United States of America : Michigan : Livonia || US - United States of America : Michigan : Sterling Heights || US - United States of America : Michigan : Warren 

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