Maintenance Manager (Operations) - Autonomous Mobility
The future of transportation is autonomous, shared and sustainable. At Autonomous Mobility (AM) we are building new mobility solutions to fit this future. We are creating services, which will allow people and goods to be moved autonomously from door to door, on the ground and in the air.
We operate in eight countries throughout the Nordics and Baltics, and have already launched pilot programs in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Finland. Estonia is next.
Your base will be in Copenhagen, but you will travel frequently in Northern Europe. You will get your hands dirty and must have a problem-solving attitude. As the first employee in our dedicated maintenance team, it’s equally important that you have the right mindset, the practical skills and the right vision to guide our organisation to better maintenance planning and execution.
You will be in charge of developing a structured approach for maintenance of our entire fleet. Being a Maintenance Manager means that we expect you to actually carry out repair jobs, organise the logistical supply chain and transportation of vehicles and parts. You’ll need to have a very good understanding of modern vehicle mechanics and electronics.
What will a day look like?
Most of your days will be different and you have a great opportunity in planning your tasks and deadlines by yourself.
Some days you are on a project site, some days you are in Copenhagen in our main facility. You are on the move most of the time and will not grow stuck behind a desk.
We expect you to take full ownership of the complete maintenance cycle end-to-end, meaning that your work will include the development of service schemes, inspection forms, Standard Operating Procedures, purchase orders, warranty returns and all other steps required to keep our fleet running and compliant to approvals.
Here are some of the things you will do:
- Maintenance of our fleet, including mechanical repairs, electric repairs
- Training of our in-vehicle operators for them to have a better understanding of the importance of preventive maintenance
- Contact with manufacturers, suppliers, in-vehicle operators and our fleet supervision
- Writing Standard Operating Procedures and approving Standard Operating Procedures according to our workflow for maintenance
- Ensuring alignment with written materials submitted to the authorities
- Development and implementation of end-to-end maintenance procedures in our fleet management system
- Inspections across our fleet to make sure procedures are followed
- Participating in weekly status meetings with the rest of the organisation
- You can expect 3-15 days of travel across Europe per month. You should also expect to be flexible with your working hours, with some days being later or earlier than others. We also sometimes work on weekends. But, we always remember to take days off so we can compensate for the long days and recharge.
Your profile could look something like this:
- Mechanic with deep experience from the automotive industry, preferably also with experience as a shop foreman
- Fun, curious and ready to take on a big responsibility
- Capable of working with a variety of personalities
- Flexible and happy to switch between work tasks often
- Eye for details and eye for long term planning
- Fluent in English (primarily written), preferably also another European language.
- Experience with working in an office is a must
- Highly confident with IT systems (we use Google Docs and Sheets) and quick on a keyboard
- An important role in a start-up transforming mobility across Europe
- Opportunity to work with the actual mapping, navigation, localisation and implementation of autonomous driving in real world projects
- Your own area of responsibility with opportunity to grow
- A dynamic environment of ambitious people
- Competitive compensation and pension
How do we recruit?
In a few steps, here’s how:
- First, we’d like to ask you a few questions
- Second, we might ask you to do a video interview
- Third, we get to meet each other
2800 Kgs. Lyngby