Fleet Maintenance ManagerCal Boring PNG Letter Head
Anaheim, CA

Company Description

Founded in 1994, California Boring, Inc., specializes in trenchless construction and is Southern California’s most experienced horizontal drilling provider of services for communications, sewer, water, cable television, electrical, solar and natural gas companies.  

Our work environment is modern, team-oriented, and fast-paced in a modern 12,000 square foot facility with top-notch state of the art equipment. We offer a very competitive salary and great benefits package which includes paid medical, dental and vision insurance, a company vehicle, gas card, paid vacation and 401k.  

We are a family owned business that values our employees and are committed to exceeding our clients expectations and upholding the highest standards of service, professionalism, and safety.

Job Description

We are seeking a Fleet Maintenance Manager to oversee the maintenance and repair of the company’s fleet of vehicles, trucks, and heavy equipment. This is a key role that helps to make the company run smoothly. 

To be successful in this role, candidates must have strong mechanical experience and understand a variety of equipment, be computer savvy, have strong supervisory skills and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment with the ability to triage and prioritize work orders. 


  • Plan and coordinate tasks and activities of the company’s fleet and equipment repair shop and ensure timely repair of gas-and diesel-powered vehicles, trucks, and heavy equipment
  • Operate and understand diagnostic equipment to determine necessary repairs 
  • Assign work orders to mechanics and coordinate with dispatch when maintenance is to be performed
  • Coordinate the timely delivery and competitive pricing of parts with vendors and establish and maintain vendor relationships  
  • Manage and oversee the shop mechanics including the daily workflow and schedules
  • Communicate regularly with mechanics in the field and management
  • Track equipment repairs and work orders
  • Implement and maintain database of maintenance and repair records for company vehicles and equipment
  • Work with equipment manufactures to ensure that warranty items are being addressed, and that PM schedules are being followed per their manufacturer recommendations
  • Inspect work in progress to assure conformance with established maintenance and repair practices
  • Oversee shop inventory, order parts, shop supplies, and equipment
  • Hire and train shop employees which includes continuous training that benefits the mechanics’ development
  • Ensure safety compliance and documentation with DOT and FMCSA
  • Perform other related duties as assigned


  • High school diploma or equivalent is required; vocational or technical training is preferred
  • 5 or more years experience in fleet and heavy equipment management is required, including  management and supervisory experience  
  • Possess strong mechanical experience and understand gas and diesel engines, hydraulics and construction equipment
  • Must be comfortable using and learning modern technology including Microsoft Office and associated programs; fleet management software experience preferred
  • Understanding of California Department of Transportation and Federal regulations
  • Strong critical thinking and problem solving skills 
  • Self-motivated with the ability to effectively manage with multiple priorities and deadlines
  • Goal oriented, highly motivated self-starter and enjoy working in a fast paced environment 
  • Collaborate effectively with employees and co-workers and have ability to work well with others
  • Highly organized and detail oriented with strong time management skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong work ethic with high personal standards for quality of work
  • Bilingual in Spanish is preferred

Please do not call the office or send hard copy resumes. We carefully consider every application, but we can only accept applications made through this site.