Volta has been building a nation-wide network of free-to-use EV chargers in the US and is now expanding to France. We place our stations at the highest profile locations within a city and our advertising partners sponsor the charging costs to make it more accessible and to support the growing EV community. We try to inspire people to switch to a sustainable mode of transportation. Our unique sponsored services model combines digital, real-world advertising with EV charging in a new and unique way.

The Opportunity at Volta Charging

We are seeking a Senior Manager to lead our French Service Operation team, within the Operations department, to rapidly build our staff and help us continue to innovate the processes, and systems that will deliver best-in-class uptime, reliability, and customer service.  Service Operations' mission is to attain the highest uptime with the most beautiful stations in the EV charging industry, while providing an exceptional experience for drivers and site partners.  Our Field Technicians are critical to Volta’s success.  Our new Director will bring with them expertise, people management skills, energy, and an innovative spirit to help Volta Charging scale rapidly with high quality and efficiency.

In your first 90 days, you will

  • Assess the current team, development needs, and talent gaps
  • Take leadership of hiring and people management of the Service team
  • Establish a management cadence: 1-on-1’s, team calls, peer catch-ups leadership meetings
  • Understand Service Operations workflows and systems
  • Develop a basic knowledge of our charging infrastructure
  • Complete an assessment of your organization’s capabilities with respect to Volta’s requirements for the function, and identified key deliverables for the remainder of 2022

After twelve months, you will have accomplished

  • Led and innovated Volta’s Field Tech organization by identifying and championing organizational change, process improvement, and system enhancements
  • Developed and managed tiered skilled sets for our Field Techs, so that we match skill-set to work required, improving resolution times and cost-efficiency
  • Grown the Field Tech team to meet Volta’s needs, which may entail doubling or tripling staffing levels.  You have hired people with the right talent set, who contribute to our culture
  • Improved performance around uptime, initial response time, resolution time, first time fix rate, customer satisfaction, and total operational cost per unit under management.
  • Specified, designed, and/or represented your function on projects to enhance quality, productivity, and efficiency
  • Contributed to and influenced the design and improvement of Volta products:  Be the voice of maintainability and serviceability.
  • You are accountable for metrics such as station uptime, on time work completion, response time, first time fix rate, and total cost efficiency

What you bring to Volta Charging

  • Excellent people skills, with the ability to attract and develop talent, manage conflict, build teams, and coordinate behavior across groups to achieve Volta objectives
  • A bias towards action, taking on new opportunities and tough challenges with a sense of urgency, high energy, and enthusiasm
  • A focus on execution, with the ability to direct others, delegate, and coordinate behavior to achieve tangible results
  • Flexible and able to adapt to rapid change; remaining resilient and acting as a steadying force during difficult times
  • Seasoned professional skills, with the ability to influence upward and across an organization.
  • Several years experience hiring, managing, and developing field service employees
  • Excellent system skills, with experience specifying software requirements and testing new systems.  Specific experience with the force.com platform and field service applications is a plus 
  • Proficiency with analytical tools (eg Excel and BI systems) and operational modeling concepts
  • Advanced process improvement skills, including familiarity with a variety of methodologies and their appropriateness for different organizational situations.

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As a Volta team, we are building an inclusive culture where everyone can feel safe to share their thoughts and opinions without judgment; a team where representation and development matter, and differences are valued. We strive to challenge the status quo, go beyond the numbers, and put in the work needed for Volta to be a leader in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.


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