Save the Children is recruiting a Global Fleet Manager

Save the Children, one of our valued members, is currently recruiting for an experienced Fleet Manager to provide strategic and operational support to the global Fleet Management function. This role could be based in the London office, or any existing Save the Children location. This is a new role that has been created under the wider Supply Chain transformation strategy, and focuses on designing and implementing a fleet strategy that covers the owned and rented estate of over 5,000 vehicles worldwide.

We are pleased to see the continued commitment of Save the Children to improve the performance of their fleet management practices globally and we encourage all interested candidates to apply before 22 March. Below you will find the summary of this job. Click this link to find the full description including responsibilities and requirements.

The Opportunity

The Fleet Manager will be accountable for the implementation and delivery of the global fleet strategy which will ensure a robust, practical, and future focused fleet (with relevant technology), which allows the 55 country offices to effectively and efficiently manage their operations and associated financial, safety and security deliverables. This will include providing technical support and guidance, along with on the job training, to ensure the implementation of fleet management procedures, the development and implementation of fleet capability tools, guidance and policy documents

The Organisation

Save the Children is a US$2bn organisation. Save the Children International employs approximately 17,000 people across the globe and work on the ground in over 60 countries to help children affected by crises, or those that need better healthcare, education and protection. They also campaign and advocate at the highest levels to realise children’s rights and ensure their voices are heard.

Save the Children is working towards 3 breakthroughs in how the world treats children by 2030:

  • No child dies from preventable causes before their 5th birthday
  • All children learn from a quality basic education and that,
  • Violence against children is no longer tolerated