Cook Railroad Job Description Sample
Retail Clerk- Shaw's Gloucester Railroad Ave #7591 - 7 Railroad Ave., Gloucester, MA
JOB OVERVIEW • Provides fast friendly customer service. Sells or prepares for sale grocery, non-food or pharmacy items depending on position.
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES • Assists customers in locating merchandise and engages in suggestive selling. • Stocks merchandise within department. • May prepare, weigh, and package product depending on position. • Communicates with others in a polite and professional manner. • Cleans work areas as needed. REQUIREMENTS •Strong Customer Service Skills. • Prior retail/relevant grocery/drug experience preferred. • Regular attendance required. • Mental alertness required. • Lifts, manipulates, pushes and pulls items of varying sizes and weights depending on position. • Bends and stoops, twists and turns. • Most positions require standing and walking for long periods of time. • May require use of plastic or latex gloves. • May require exposure to extreme high and low temperatures depending on position. EOE
Title:Retail Clerk- Shaw's Gloucester Railroad Ave #7591 - 7 Railroad Ave., Gloucester, MA
Railroad Electrician -B Piscataway, NJ
Railroad Electrician -B
Report to: Supervisor
Railroad Electrician job summary: Responsible for the inspection, adjustment, repair/replacement, and overhaul of rail vehicles and related accessories. Inspect to determine extent of repair or replacement of parts required; perform layout work; make wiring diagrams indicating new or relocated circuits; install wiring hookups, and rewire damaged or burnt-out circuits.
1. Willing to learn and develop all duties listed below.
2. Receive instructions regarding work that you need to complete.
3. Determine materials and required tools.
4. Install conduit and wiring.
5. Inspects, maintains, and repairs locomotives, railcars and rail shop facility equipment
6. Communicates written and/or verbal findings of inspections to Supervisor.
7. Performs disassembly, repair, replacement, and rebuild, and re-assembly, installation, adjustment, alignment, and lubrication activities on mechanical equipment.
8. Performs inspection utilizing meters, analyzed trouble areas and makes repairs as required.
9. Knowledge in wiring terminations and usage of crimping tools.
10. Performs necessary electrical tests, removes, disassembles, replaces, repairs, modifies, rebuilds, assembles, adjusts, and maintains batteries and all electrical equipment or components on locomotives, railcars and rail shop facility equipment
12. Capable of laying out a project based on provided engineering drawings.
1. Valid driver's license is required.
2. High School Diploma or equivalent (GED) is required.
3. Trade school or formal railroad locomotive or diesel mechanical maintenance training is preferred but not necessary.
4. Minimum of 3 years locomotive mechanical or locomotive electrical or industrial heavy equipment mechanical experience is preferred but not necessary.
- Heavy work, lifting up to 70 pounds occasionally and up to 100 pounds on a rare basis.
- Exposure to equipment that intensifies the heat factor on an occasional basis.
- Willing to learn and develop basic competencies listed below.
- Verbal comprehension (Understand oral and written communications).
- Reasoning skills (problem solving and troubleshooting skills).
- Mechanical aptitude.
- Previous Railroad experience preferred but not necessary.
- Lead a team of electricians and supervise as needed.
- Read and comprehend electrical schematics and drawings.
- Capable of bending conduit (RGC, EMT, etc.)
- Work safely to prevent on the job accidents and injuries.
- Wear protective equipment such as hard hat, hearing protection, and safety-toe boots.
- Work hours may include a nonstandard workweek, overtime, and various shift work.
- Complete annual training and pass safety rules examinations.
- Must pass all required assessments.
- Must pass a background screening.
- Must pass a post-offer medical examination, including drug and physical capabilities test.
Railroad Terminal Operator
Landisville Railroad, LLC (Subsidiary of TRAC) is a progressive, growing railroad track service and support company who is seeking an experienced Transloading terminal operator to join our Hammond, IN based team. The Operator will be responsible for the safe and efficient movement of railcars, loading and unloading hazardous products, and ensuring all railcars are properly inspected to ensure we are compliant with the customer, company, FRA, and
- Coordinate with terminal management for daily duties engaged with shifting of rail cars and transloading.
- Effectively and Safely load and unload products to and from railcars according to procedures which include propylene, diesel fuel, crude, gasoline, and other hazardous materials.
- Perform required pre-job and/or daily inspections including couplings and air-hoses to ensure that they are securely fastened, railcars for safety defects, equipment defects or leaks, as well as locomotives for safe operations.
- Operate locomotive or track mobile in order to shift rail cars and determine switch points.
- Conduct the safe and efficient movement of rail cars in accordance with railroad rules and regulations in order to load and unload.
- Perform basic maintenance within the facility including checking fluids, refilling fluids, changing gaskets, etc.
- Other duties as required by business needs or as assigned
- High School Diploma or equivalent
- Demonstrated Conductor/Engineer experience
- Experience with transloading hazardous materials, working in a rail yard and/or refineries a plus.
- Strong communication skills
- Must be able to read and comprehend written safety rules, procedure and safety manuals, government regulations, operating and maintenance instructions, and other work-related information
- Must be able to pass training and required testing
- Able to think and act quickly in responding to emergency and non-emergency situations
- Ability to work independently and drive results to accomplish customer requirements
- Valid Driver’s License with no license suspensions within the last 3 years
- Flexible schedule to allow for extended or adjusted hours as necessary
Able to work outdoors year-round in all weather conditions, able to walk several miles per day, able to lift 100 lbs. without assistance, and able to climb/stoop/crawl
Must have good vision to include dark settings
Must be able to work on elevated surfaces
Will be required to pass strength, vision and hearing tests per FRA.
Ability to consistently work with hands, fine finger manipulation, twisting and turning at the wrists, using hand and/or power tools.
Foreman - Railroad Construction
TRAC (The Railroad Associates Corporation) is a progressive, growing railroad track construction company headquartered out of Camp Hill, PA.
We are seeking an experienced Railroad Construction Foreman. The Foreman will be responsible for leading a team in planning, organizing and managing railroad construction projects to include repair & maintenance as well as new construction. In this role, you will ensure assigned projects are completed according to customer and company standards, efficiently, safely and of high quality. This includes the construction of roadbeds, switches, crossings, rails, ties and all other parts of the railroad infrastructure. This position requires frequent overnight travel throughout areas east of the
· Effectively manage assigned projects and teams in order to complete jobs efficiently, safely, and of high quality.
· Establish a line of communication (relationship) with our customer, operations, transportation, and all other necessary parties in order to achieve the following: Customer Satisfaction, High Quality project completion, & Safety compliance.
· Manage assigned crew members to include training, performance management, work time, and report as necessary to foster a continuous growing environment.
· Maintain a safe work environment, ensure the team is following all safety rules and regulations outlined by federal, state, local, customer, and/or the company (FRA, OSHA, MSHA, TWIC, ETC.)
· Manage project specific materials and equipment needs onsite to ensure the job has needed materials and equipment, complete minor equipment maintenance & repairs, and/or communicate throughout the organization any needs.
· Complete required training and assist in accomplishing team members required trainings.
· Maintain all company issued vehicles, equipment, and tools in good order, free from damage; report all damage immediately in order to get corrected to ensure safety.
- 3+ Years of Railroad construction experience required; including supervisory role.
- Demonstrated experience operating heavy equipment and On Track Equipment.
- Strong communication, organization, and administrative skills.
- Strong ability to analyze and solve problems on an immediate basis in a stressful environment.
- Flexible schedule to allow for extended or adjusted hours as necessary
- Must be able to pass training and required testing.
- Ability to work independently and drive results to accomplish customer requirements.
- Proficiency with PC’s utilizing Microsoft Office, Email, & Internet.
- Valid Driver’s License with no license suspensions within the last 3 years.
- Knowledge of and skills in using hand tools, power tools and equipment.
- Demonstrated knowledge in railroad track system construction, maintenance, testing, and inspection techniques.
- Knowledge of Safety criteria for track structure and engineering.
- Ability to read and comprehend safety manuals, operating and maintenance instructions, test materials, drawings, schematics, and procedure manuals.
- Familiar with Federal Railroad Track Safety Standards and how to apply.
- Familiar with Roadway Worker Protection (RWP).
Must be able to work outdoors in various climates.
Must have the ability to work, walk, and stand on uneven surfaces for long periods of time.
Must be able to lift and carry at least 50 lbs. and up to 100 lbs. on a regular basis.
Must be able to climb steps and ladders.
Construction Inspector - Bridge / Roadway / Railroad
We are currently seeking an Inspector to work on highway, bridge, railroad and facilities construction projects in New Jersey.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Attend various meetings as needed related to assigned construction projects.
- Submit detailed documentation of daily construction activities.
- Assist with coordination of required project acceptance testing.
- Perform materials inspection and acceptance prior to installation.
- Point out potential problems to the contractor and project engineer.
- Keep Resident Engineer and supervisor informed of progress of project.
- Responsible for job specific quality system tasks as defined in quality manual.
- Bachelors degree or equivalent experience.
- Minimum of 5-10 years of experience in highway, bridge, railroad or facilities.
- Experience with transportation agencies such as the NJDOT, NJ Turnpike Authority, Port Authority of NY and NJ.
- ACI, TCC, or SAT preferred.
- NICET II, III or IV preferred.
- Valid Drivers License and clean MVR.
We are an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.
Railroad Civil Engineer II
Job Title: Railroad Civil Engineer II Opening Date/Time: Wed. 01/03/18 12:00 AM Pacific Time Closing Date/Time: Continuous Salary: $78,048.00 - $121,965.00 Annually Job Type: At Will Full Time Location: Metrolink Operations Center (MOC), 2558 Supply Street, Bldg. A, Pomona, California Department: Engineering and Construction Print Job Information | Apply SUMMARY Benefits Supplemental Questions The Railroad Civil Engineer works closely with other staff and consultants to perform project engineering duties to support railroad project design and construction. This position also works with other staff on a variety of projects including plan reviews, preparation of various applications for environmental reviews and agreements with local agencies, railroads and third parties involving public works construction, station design, grade crossings, separations and utilities to ensure compliance with railroad engineering standards and regulatory requirements. TO APPLY: This is a continuous recruitment with the first review of applications beginning Wednesday, January 17, 2018. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Support the delivery of railroad related projects involving track and signals, bridges, culverts, tunnels, buildings, drainage and retaining structures, grading, and other right-of-way facilities;
Write project descriptions, charters, project study reports, and regular monthly reports;
Calculate construction work quantities (quantity take-off) from plans and specifications, field survey data, or direct field measurements;
Prepare estimates of the probable cost of construction and maintenance activities using data from estimating tables, previous bids, production reports, or analysis of crew and equipment;
Write scope of work and prepare estimates for professional services task orders;
Monitor expenditures during design and construction, and prepare reports of cost to date for on-going work, projected cost at completion, and anticipated outlays over life of project;
Check pay applications for work performed on various contracts using measured work quantities or similar methods as specified by contract;
Prepare project budgets and track funds received for projects from grants, deposits, or other sources, and prepare reports of expenses versus budget, and assist accounting department with timely billing on projects;
Review submittals from contractors for conformance with the requirements of the contract, and SCRRA standards, respond to requests for information, and maintain logs, submittals, requests for information, correspondence, and other contract related documents;
Assist in development of plans for construction activities using inspection and other measurement and condition data, and prepare schedules for design and construction using critical path scheduling techniques (CPM);
Calculate project material requirements, prepare bid packages from standard plans and specifications, prepare purchasing requisitions, track material procurements, and record material installation locations;
Maintain a culture of safety by participating in activities of safety committees, reviewing work plans for compliance with safe operating practices, and making observations of work activities;
Prepare plans and specifications for job order contracts and small contract packages using SCRRA standard plans and specifications and other industry standards;
Prepare or review designs of temporary structures for construction; prepare or review work plans for construction work involving railroad track and related facilities and structures including surveying and layout;
Prepare correspondence to contractors, consultants, agencies, and other railroads to address engineering and construction topics;
Coordinate the completion of projects in a live operating railroad environment, with various contractors, vendors, consultants, and internal departments;
Understand the rights, duties, and obligations of contracts;
Perform other duties as required. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS TO PERFORM ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Education and Experience
Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related field in engineering or physical science.
A minimum of five years of related work experience and knowledge of the principles, methods, or tools for developing, scheduling, coordinating and tracking project and resources, including monitoring and inspecting work, and contractor performance.
Or any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills, and abilities may be considered. Supervisor Exercised and Received
Receives supervision from departmental management/supervisory level roles
No formal supervisory responsibilities Preferred Qualifications
Professional Engineer's license
Prior experience working on railroad structures projects (bridges, culverts, or tunnels)
Prior experience working for a Class I Railroad or Freight Railroad Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Knowledge of:
The Authority's operations and business practices, as well as the railroad regulatory environment
Railroad engineering design and construction standards and regulations Skilled in:
Use of Microsoft Office
Project Control Software Ability to:
Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, to individuals and groups at all levels within and outside of the organization
Multitask and manage multiple projects
Develop accurate material, time, and cost estimates
Learn Primavera P6 Physical Requirements
Transition between standing, walking and sitting at varying lengths of time
Climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl
Use hands to finger, handle, feel and grasp tools to perform the duties of the position
Ability to lift, hold and move objects up to 50 lbs
Work at heights up to 75 feet
Hear and perceive the nature of sounds
Listen and express or exchange ideas by means of spoken words
Visual acuity Working Conditions Position requires work in a normal office environment with little exposure to excessive noise, dust, or temperature. Work may also be performed in outdoor environments, street environments (near moving traffic), construction sites, in the community (homes, business, etc.), Railroad Track and Right-of-Way environments, warehouse environments, and shop environments, with possible exposure to individuals who are hostile or irate, extreme heat (above 100 degrees), moving mechanical parts, fumes or airborne particles, and loud noises (85+ decibels such as heavy trucks, construction, etc.) SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Following a review of resumes and/or applications, the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the selection process. Eligible applicants will be notified of the exact time and place of assessments and interview. Candidates will be interviewed to determine their relative knowledge, skills and ability in job related areas. Offers of employment may be contingent upon successful completion of a reference check, including degree verification and criminal records check provided through SCRRA. Internal Candidates: Employees with active discipline as defined in the HR Policy No. 5.3 Positive Discipline Program and/or with performance that does not meet the standard for "meets expectations" as defined in the Performance Planning and Appraisal Process may be precluded from consideration and placement in the position. Southern California Regional Rail Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Authority will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer. The SCRRA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. EEO/ADA
Field Service Mechanic - Railroad
Aspen Equipment has an opportunity for a technically strong field service mechanic for Railroad Equipment in Iowa. Come to work for a progressive and growing company working on world class products.
We offer ongoing factory training. Competitive compensation based on experience plus a full benefit package.Military Friendly.Functional Job Requirements-Work independently primarily away from Company facilities-Communicate effectively with customers-Maintain required paperwork/documentation-Provide flexibility in meeting customer demands.-A CDL driveris license, clear of major violations or repeat minor violations, is required.Technical Job RequirementsThe ideal individual will be well versed in the diagnostics, repair, and maintenance of railroad truck systems to include:-electronics-hydraulics-booms-electrical systems-carriers-winches-undercarriages.Formal training in general or specific products in these areas is required. A technical college degree or a structured on the job training program must have been successfully completed.With roots going back to 1926, Aspen Equipment has been owned and operated as a family business for three generations. Our philosophy is simple: find the best people and provide them with the training and support they need to excel at what they do.
Railroad Tie Production
One Resume. One Interview. Real Connections.
Personnel Source is currently seeking an individual for a Railroad Tie Production position for a fast-paced production company that designs, manufactures and markets railroad ties throughout the United States. This local company in the Spokane Valley is accepting applications for experienced and entry level candidates who are willing to learn, seek growth within the manufacturing industry and have a great work ethic.
The ideal candidate will be responsible for working in a fast-paced production environment in various manufacturing areas. They will be working within a team environment as well as working independently. Candidates whom have previous construction, heavy labor backgrounds or are entry level but are seeking employment within a heavy labor manufacturing environment are welcome to apply!
- HS diploma/GED
- Able to follow all safety procedures
- Attention to detail and follow direction
- Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
- Punctual!!! Strict attendance policy!
- Familiar with form setting, rebar tying, concrete pouring and precast
- Able to use various hand-held and measuring tools
- Able to read blueprints
- Ability to stand for entire shift
- Strong work ethic
- Ability to communicate effectively both in written and verbal format
- Manufacturing experience
- Leadership experience
- Previous construction experience
- Knowledge of basic plumbing and electrical wiring
- Knowledge of manufacturing process flow
*All applicants must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and a nationwide criminal background check. Personnel Source is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Personnel Source team strives for excellence in everything we do, placing primary focus on our clients' and employees future success. The heart of our service is our professional staff, which puts the latest tools and resources to work to ensure the most effective connections are made. Come visit the Spokane team today and get started on your future!
Rail Logix Ameriport, L.L.C.
Railroad Conductor/Engineer with at least 5 years of experience but will consider those with less than 5 years.
Current 240 Locomotive Certification & 242 Conductor Certification is preferred.
No Railroad Retirement.
Quality Assurance Analyst Tester - Railroad And Locomotive Equipment
Conduct Quality audits, prepare reports, analyze QA data, participate/lead Problem Solving efforts with Suppliers and Engineering, and lead Continuous Improvement projects.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Audit purchased material and components to specification requirements
- Audit produced products to specification requirements.
- Perform surveillance tests/ inspections to ensure that components and assemblies meet applicable specifications, drawings, procedures, codes, and standards.
- Audit processes against ISO requirements.
- Prepare reports and other required documentation using MS Office, Access, Adobe, Oracle and various software/hardware products.
- Perform process audits and prepare reports, both internally and at suppliers.
- Perform analyses and project plans for Continuous Improvement and COPQ reduction.
- Prepare and process Non-Conformance Reports using company and/or AAR instructions and procedures.
- Participate in design reviews and communicate issues between Quality Assurance and other departments.
- Prepare and publish Quality Alert postings and monitor/maintain shop floor QA metrics.
- Complete commitment to company safety policies and procedures at all times, in outdoor, office and shop areas.
- Use of computer equipment and networks including MS Office software products, company systems and databases
- Excellent written and oral presentation skills with individuals and groups
- Company product knowledge including railroad locomotives and rail equipment
- Ability to read and understand engineering and similar technical documents and specifications
- Ability to read and understand contract documents and customer technical specifications
- Working knowledge of shop floor mechanical, electrical, welding, painting and testing processes
- Understanding of Lean Manufacturing, Kaizen, and problem-solving methods
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
- High School Diploma or equivalent
- Experience in one or more technical fields such as mechanical, electrical, test.
- Prior Quality Audit experience preferred, locomotive experience helpful, Oracle and MS Office
- Prior experience in a manufacturing environment, including process layout.
- Some Experience with statistics preferred.
- The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to grasp, pull, handle or feel, and reach with hands and arms. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, sit, climb, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee is occasionally required to work in awkward positions. Communications by talking and listening are required, sometimes in noisy environments and with hearing protection in place.
- Specific vision abilities required for this job include close vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
- Employee must be able to work in locations more than four feet above the ground which requires the use of fall protection equipment. Employee will occasionally work around equipment moving through the shop.
- Worker may be subject to minimal fumes, odors, dusts, gases, that may affect the skin or respiratory system. Appropriate personal protective equipment is provided.
- Dress Code: Most wear jeans & a polo shirt
- Wear steel-toed shoes out in the factory.
- Minimal travel is expected but may be required.
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