Permitting Manager

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VIVE Collision is Growing and We Want to Invest in You!

We are disrupting collision repair through People, Process and Passion.

Permitting Manager

VIVE Collision offers infinite growth potential.

Don’t wait, apply today to join our elite team.

Do you always go the extra mile? Are you reliable? Are you looking for a collision repair company that values you? We believe that your success is our success. This is your opportunity to turbocharge your career!

We support our team with the latest tools and technology to ensure success. State-of-the-art collision repair equipment and tools, certifications, and training.

What’s in it for you?

  • Day one Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance options for you and your family (this includes domestic partners)
  • $50,000 employer-paid life insurance policy
  • 401K plan with an employer match
  • Employee Assistance Program, includes confidential assistance in the following areas:
    • Counseling from relationships to stress and substance abuse
    • Work/Life benefits including personal, financial, and legal issues
    • Self-Help benefits
    • Peak performance coaching
    • Lifestyle saving benefits for wellness, shopping, travel
    • Personal development and training
  • Heath savings account to assist with medical bills
  • Paid time off to promote work-life balance – 8 paid holidays including Black Friday and your BIRTHDAY!
  • Growth opportunities within our company
  • Paid training including industry certifications, I-CAR & OEM

The specific pay rate/salary offered to a candidate may be influenced by a number of factors including experience, education, specialized certifications from OEMs, and where the job is located.

The Permitting Manager role includes project management and the operational execution of various tasks associated with obtaining, maintaining, and renewing all permitting requirements across the company.

Job Responsibilites

  • Lead the preparation and review of local, state, and federal permitting documents.
  • Lead interactions with permitting agencies and obtain key permits and all other federal, state, and local permits.
  • Works with department leadership and stakeholders to obtain and renew key permits
  • Coordinates with local municipalities to ensure all licenses and registrations are up to date regularly across all markets.
  • Meets with teams to collect information required to obtain and renew key permits.
  • Assigns tasks and responsibilities to appropriate team members, as needed, to obtain and renew key permits.
  • Proactively manage and escalate issues, risks, and action items.
  • Provide status reports to the department leadership and stakeholders, leadership, and the entire organization, as needed.
  • Tracks and maintains progress status across multiple workstreams and projects.
  • Drives daily tasks and summarizes activities for department leadership and stakeholders.
  • Drives communication with department leadership and project stakeholders to effectively communicate permit statuses promptly and clearly.
  • Develops and delivers progress reports, proposals, and requirements documentation.
  • Develops and delivers presentations to key stakeholders as needed.
  • Review current systems and processes for possible improvements and aid in implementing process changes as appropriate, including tracking high-level performance data when needed.
  • Aids in developing and maintaining SOP documents for new and existing processes.
  • Aids in creating and delivering training for new and existing employees.
  • Performs ad-hoc data analysis for measuring service and support.
  • Functions as a company SME for ERP and related business systems.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Travel as necessary for meetings and training.

Skills and Qualifications

  • 2 years’ project or program management experience.
  • Strong organizational capabilities, including organizing permitting files and ensuring all relevant documents and correspondence are appropriately filed and maintained.
  • Prior experience in regulatory compliance and applicable federal, state, and local laws and preparation of permit documents and reports under these programs is preferred.
  • Ability to respond to multiple demands and manage time effectively with positivity.
  • Well-balanced mindset, perspective, and ability to collaborate effectively with internal and external teams.
  • An undergraduate degree in applicable disciplines is preferred.
  • Ability to adapt to fast-paced environments with changing circumstances, direction, and strategy.
  • Proven track record of sound decision-making, taking ownership and delivering results in a leadership role.
  • Strong collaborative working style, attention to detail, and critical thinking ability.