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Date Posted: 05/17/2017

New! Communications Technician

Denver, CO Denver Transit Operators
Position Summary: The Communication Technician is responsible for inspection, testing and repair of the commuter railroad network and communications infrastructure including voice, data, signal, train control, CCTV and network security services. Technicians must comply with all state and federal laws, rules and regulations to provide a safe and reliable commuter rail system. Description of Duties: • Perform safety inspections and tests of train control equipment per FRA Part 234 and 236 • Test faulty equipment and apply knowledge of functional operation of electronic units and systems to diagnose cause of malfunction • Test electronic components and circuits to locate defects • Replace defective components and wiring and adjust mechanical parts • Align, adjust, and calibrate equipment according to specifications • Calibrate testing instruments • Maintain records of inspections, repairs, calibrations, and tests in the AssetWorks LinearFocus module • Use the computer to copy programs from one electronic component to another or to draw, modify, or store schematics • Maintain the Operations Control Center (OCC) system, responding to trouble reports from users. • Coordinate with subcontractor personnel in maintaining the OCC System • All other duties as assigned Qualifications: • Associates degree in electrical/electronic/computer technology • Minimum one year experience working electrical or electronic diagnosis and repair or an equivalent combination of education and experience • Experience in railroad train control inspection, maintenance and repair is desirable • Ability to comply with all safety rules and instructions including the use of proper personal protective equipment • Ability to prioritize and accomplish multiple tasks with minimal supervision • Ability to read and interpret operating and maintenance manuals, schematics, prints and instructions typically used in the position • Must be able to work scheduled overtime and be available for non-scheduled emergency call outs outside of assigned work hours • Must pass a pre-employment physical examination • Must be eligible to work in the U.S. and successfully pass a pre-employment background check • Must pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol screen and be willing to comply with the DTO Drug and Alcohol Policy • Must possess a valid Colorado driver’s license
Salary/Benefits: Competitive
Certification Required: • Associates degree in electrical/electronic/computer technology
Experience Required: Minimum 0-1 year
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Date Posted: 05/17/2017

New! Track Maintainer

Denver, CO Denver Transit Operators
Position Summary: The Track Maintainer performs labor intensive day to day track and infrastructure repairs and maintenance as directed by the Track Supervisor or Track Inspector. This position requires use of both manual tools and power equipment. Description of Duties: Maintain trackway features such as ballast, sub-ballast, ties, rails, and other items as directed Inspect, remove and replace PANDROL clips, tighten or replace track bolts and other rail fastening hardware Remover dust, dirt, grease, snow, ice, and waste material from tracks, switches and structures Paint machines or equipment to prevent corrosion Bend and cut rail and replace rail sections as required Load and unload work trucks and clean and maintain work areas in orderly condition Operate equipment, once trained for this role/task Perform welding functions, if trained for this role Repair boundary fencing and barriers Concrete work (cut, demo, pour, finish) as needed Clear clogged track drains and culverts Perform weed and vegetation control and removal on the right of way Must perform duties in a safe and reliable manner Must act as a professional and responsible representative of the partnership and RTD Must comply with all safety sensitive job requirements and testing All other duties as assigned Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED required Previous work experience as a track worker is preferred Must be able to complete and understand Roadway Worker Protection training Must be eligible to work in the U.S. and successfully pass a background check Must pass a pre-employment physical, drug, and alcohol screen and be willing to comply with the DTO Drug and Alcohol Policy Must possess a current Colorado driver's license
Salary/Benefits: Competitive
License Required: Valid Driver's License
Certification Required: HS Diploma or GED
Experience Required: No experience
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Date Posted: 05/17/2017

New! Signal Maintainer Supervisor

Denver, CO Denver Transit Operators
Position Summary: The Signal Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for the maintenance, testing and repair of the commuter rail train control and signal system in accordance with state regulations and FRA Part 234 and 236. The Supervisor directs and organizes daily work crew activities to assure safe and reliable operation of the commuter rail system. Description of Duties: · Issues work assignments to Signal Maintainers assuring timely and accurate completion of required work · Develop and implement a program for routine inspections and testing of signal systems · Establish and update detailed written procedures for system inspections and preventative maintenance · Schedule required safety inspections and tests of train control equipment ensuring proper documentation and record keeping and maintains up to date and accurate records of inspections, repairs, calibrations, and tests in the AssetWorks LinearFocus module · Oversees testing and repair of faulty equipment and apply knowledge of functional operation of electronic units and systems to diagnose cause of malfunction and replaces defective components and wiring and adjust mechanical parts · Provides guidance, feedback, coaching, mentoring and timely performance reviews for Signal Maintainers · Ensure adherence of all rules, policies, guidelines and SOPs and addresses issues, concerns and violations. · Schedules and tracks calibration and repair of testing instruments · Ability to instruct/cross train on inspection, maintenance, testing and repair tasks · Maintains the Operations Control Center (OCC) system, responding to trouble reports from users · Coordinates with subcontractor personnel in maintaining the OCC System · All other duties as assigned Qualifications: · High School diploma or GED required. · Associates degree from an accredited college or university in electrical or electronics or other job related field highly preferred · Minimum of three years of experience in related field of electrical, railroad signaling and train control inspection, maintenance and repair required • Ability to comply with all safety rules and instructions including the use of proper personal protective equipment · Demonstrated ability to work under tight schedules and deadlines while maintaining system quality and reliability · Minimum one year in a leadership role in system maintenance and repair required · Must have strong teamwork and leadership qualities · Ability to prioritize and accomplish multiple tasks with minimal supervision · Must be able to work scheduled overtime and be available for non-scheduled emergency call outs outside of assigned work hours · Must pass a pre-employment physical examination, pre-employment drug/ alcohol testing and willing to comply with the DTO Drug and Alcohol Policy · Must be eligible to work in the U.S. and successfully pass a pre-employment background check · Must possess a valid Colorado driver’s license and clean driving record
Salary/Benefits: Competitive
License Required: Valid Driver's License
Certification Required: HS Diploma or GED
Experience Required: Minimum 3-5 years
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Date Posted: 05/17/2017

New! Signal Maintainer

Denver, CO Denver Transit Operators
Position Summary: The Signal Maintainer is responsible for the inspection, maintenance, testing and repair of signal system components including highway grade crossing equipment, switch machines, train-to-wayside communication systems, vital/non-vital processors, wayside detection devices, and other signal and communication apparatus in accordance with state regulations and FRA Parts 234 and 236. Description of Duties: Perform required safety inspections and tests of signal system components and train control equipment in accordance with state regulations and FRA Parts 234 and 236 Perform preventive maintenance of signal system components and train control equipment in accordance with state regulations and FRA Parts 234 and 236 Respond to reports of signal system and train control problems and troubleshoot, diagnose and correct malfunctions Comply with all safety rules and instructions including the use of proper personal protective equipment and Roadway Worker Protection Document and report work and inspections in accordance with railroad, state, and FRA requirements Maintain up to date and accurate records of inspections, repairs, calibrations, and tests in the Asset Works Linear Focus module All other duties as assigned Qualifications: Must have a High School Diploma or GED. Associates Degree in Electronics or Electrical Technology or equivalent technical background gained through military or on-the-job training preferred Successful completion of a Signal Training Program sponsored by a qualified organization preferred Minimum two years experience with microprocessor based equipment to include operation, programming, diagnosis and repair Minimum two years experience in the field of railroad signaling and train control inspection, maintenance and repair Demonstrated ability to work under tight schedules and deadlines while maintaining system quality and reliability Ability to prioritize and accomplish multiple tasks with minimal supervision Must be able to work scheduled overtime and be available for non-scheduled emergency call outs outside of assigned work hours Must pass a pre-employment physical Must be eligible to work in the U.S. and successfully pass a background check Must pass a pre-employment drug screen and be willing to comply with the DTO Drug and Alcohol Policy Must possess a valid Colorado driver's license
Salary/Benefits: Competitive
License Required: Valid Driver's License
Certification Required: HS Diploma or GED
Experience Required: No experience
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Date Posted: 05/17/2017

New! Track Supervisor

Denver, CO Denver Transit Operators
Position Summary: The Track Supervisor is responsible for the maintenance and repairs of the track and wayside infrastructure, directs and organizes daily work crew activities to assure safe and reliable operation of the commuter rail system, and ensures compliance with all State and Federal rules and regulations. Description of Duties: • Issues work assignments to Track Inspectors and Track Maintainers assuring timely and accurate completion of required work • Conducts annual Performance Reviews of Track Inspectors and Track Maintainers and recommends the transfer, suspension, promotion, or discharge, if necessary • Approves leave requests and timesheets of Track Inspectors and Track Maintainers. • Oversees inspections of ROW equipment and structures in accordance with the FRA requirements in Title 49 Part 213 Subpart A- F. Track inspections and repairs are to follow FRA guidelines • Documents the condition of all inspected items and repairs in accordance with FRA requirements using AssetWorks • Monitors the use of electronic and mechanical measuring and recording equipment as part of the inspection process • Reviews progress and production charts to ascertain that work is proceeding on schedule • Oversees the implementation of speed restrictions as required • Oversees the removal of speed restrictions when repairs are complete • Coordinate activities of workers engaged in maintaining ROW • All other duties as assigned Qualifications: • Minimum of five years of experience with the inspection and repair of mainline railroad track • Minimum of two years of experience in a leadership role (lead, foreman, supervisor) in operations and/or maintenance (A combination of education and experience comparable to the above may constitute qualification) • Must possess an in-depth knowledge of work safety rules and procedures for working on and near an active railroad right of way. Knowledgeable and practiced in CFR Title 49 Part 214 preferred. • Working knowledge and practice following GCOR or NORAC rules and procedures preferred • Must have a proven background working under and meeting strict deadlines and schedules • Training in First Responder, Operation Lifesaver, CPR and First Aid are desirable • Should have excellent leadership and administrative skills and abilities • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage time, resolve crises and make decisions • Should possess computer skills including experience with Microsoft Office applications • Must be eligible to work in the U.S. and successfully pass a pre-employment background check • Must be able to pass a pre-employment physical • Must pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol test and be willing to comply with the DTO Drug and Alcohol Policy • Must have a valid Colorado driver’s license
Salary/Benefits: Competitive
License Required: Valid Driver's License
Experience Required: Minimum 6-10 years
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Date Posted: 05/17/2017

New! Track & Structure Manager

Denver, CO Denver Transit Operators
Job Title: Track and Structures Manager Industry: Commuter Rail Operations Reports to: Deputy Chief Engineer Position Summary: Manages the maintenance of the RTDC infrastructure including track, structures, buildings, elevators, stations, lighting, and the equipment and controls related to this infrastructure. Ensures compliance with FRA regulations and guidelines and Concession Agreement requirements. Prepares and controls the budget, programs the work, provides parts, supplies, tools, equipment and training. Coordinates with other DTO departments and with other groups to including RTD, FRA, unions, manufacturers and vendors. Ensures complete documentation of work performed. Analyzes and reports on work performed, performance trends, and productivity and key performance indicators. Description of Duties: • Provides supervision, motivation and training for Track and Facilities Supervisors and staff through direction, coaching, counseling and goal setting. • Conducts performance reviews for Track and Facilities Supervisors and approves their leave requests and timesheets. • Develops the maintenance program for the Track and Facilities units and creates staffing plans. • Prepares, controls and analyzes the operating budget for the Track and Facilities units. • Coordinates maintenance, testing and start-up activities for track, right of way, bridges, stations and other facilities with Vehicle Maintenance, Transportation and other groups within the Engineering Department. • Coordinates with the Procurement and Warehouse Groups to provide tools, parts and equipment for the Track and Facilities units. • In collaboration with the Procurement Group, prepares, negotiates and manages contracts for inspection, repair and maintenance of track, including ultrasonic testing, geometry testing, tamping and modification of special track work. • Prepares, negotiates and manages contracts for cleaning and maintenance of facilities. • Oversees the paper and electronic documentation of inspection findings, test results, labor and materials usage in Asset Works. • Analyzes data, compiles service standards and resolves complex Right of Way (ROW) problems. • Prepares and updated Standard Operating Procedures, Manuals and other directives for Maintenance of Way (MOW) staff. • Coordinates with Human Resources the disciplinary actions of employees in the event of rule violations, poor performance or improper conduct. • Other duties as assigned Qualifications: • A Bachelor's degree or higher degree in Engineering preferred. Six (6) years' work experience in some or all of the following areas: maintenance planning, budget preparation, cost control, maintenance training, labor/management relations, employee/labor grievances and discipline reviews. OR a combination of education and work experience may substitute on a year-to-year basis for work experience. • Must have demonstrated knowledge of ROW infrastructure technology, track, structures, and building operations. • Must have experience working with FRA and regulatory guidelines for inspection. • Strong Leadership and Communication skills a must. • Passenger rail experience preferred. • Must be eligible to work in the U.S. and successfully pass pre-employment background checks and drug and alcohol screening. • Must possess a valid Colorado driver's license. • Must be willing to respond to emergency calls 24/7 when required.
Salary/Benefits: Competitive
License Required: Valid Driver's License
Certification Required: • A Bachelor's degree or higher degree in Engineering preferred.
Experience Required: Minimum 6-10 years
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Date Posted: 05/17/2017

New! Traction Power Technician

Denver, CO Denver Transit Operators
Position Summary: The Traction Power Technician is responsible for operating and performing preventative maintenance inspections and repairs on the entire traction power system to include power substations, the feeder system and OCS systems. Description of Duties: • Will operate, maintain and troubleshoot power substations including but not limited to: power transformers, protection relays, circuit breakers, switchboards and respond to alarms • Must be able to perform switching orders according to the power necessity, rack-in / rack-out 25kv circuit breakers. • Perform overhead catenary inspections and preventive maintenance according to our maintenance plan. • Perform catenary line tensioning, electrical tests, adjustments and repairs on the traction electrification system including 25kv disconnect switches, surge arresters, insulators, arms, poles, grounding system • Must enter up-to-date, accurate records of performed duties into the electronic records-keeping database • Performs a variety of troubleshooting and testing tasks on electrical and electronic components and circuits to locate defects • Repairs and/or replaces defective components, conductors, and equipment • Operates Maintenance-of-Way (MOW) equipment as needed to perform job duties following approved training practices and procedures • Must follow safe working practices and procedures to perform duties in an active operating passenger railroad • Must act as a professional and responsible representative of the Partnership and RTD • Must comply with all safety sensitive job requirements and testing • All other duties as assigned Qualifications: • Two years demonstrated journeyman level experience in the installation, maintenance, diagnosis, and repair of electrical and electronic equipment • One year demonstrated ability to work with 440V or higher following industry safety practices and procedures (A combination of education and work history could meet qualification requirement) • Ability to work in all types of weather conditions • Ability to operate bucket trucks • Must pass a written qualifications examination with a score of eighty percent (80%) or better • Must pass recurrent hands on and written assessment examinations • Excellent computer skills, including a proficiency in Microsoft Office • Must be able to read and understand electrical schematics and technical manuals • Aerial lineman experience preferred • Experience with vacuum circuit breakers preferred • High voltage 25KV experience preferred • Ability to prioritize and accomplish multiple tasks with minimal supervision • Must be able to work scheduled overtime and be available for non-scheduled emergency call outs outside of assigned work hours • Must pass a pre-employment physical examination • Must be eligible to work in the U.S. and successfully pass a pre-employment background check • Must pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol screening and be willing to comply with the DTO Drug and Alcohol Policy • Must possess a valid Colorado driver’s license
License Required: Valid Driver's License
Experience Required: Minimum 1-3 years
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Date Posted: 05/08/2017

New! Locomotive/Diesel Mechanic

Blissfield , MI Adrian & Blissfield Rail Road Company
Job Summary: Inspect, service and maintain diesel locomotives. Primary Responsibilities: Ensure compliance with all railroad rules and regulations for safety, operations and the Federal railroad Administration (FRA) Under supervision inspect, maintain, troubleshoot and repair malfunctions in diesel engines, air brake equipment, running gear or locomotive components Rivet, bolt, glue, braze or weld to fabricate, modify or design replacement parts for Equipment Perform periodic service on locomotives Perform any other duties as assigned Pay Rate: D.O.E. (Dependent on experience) Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma (GED) 18 years of age or older Valid Driver’s License No driving violations involving alcohol or drugs within the past 3 years Heavy mechanical (diesel and/or locomotive) repair experience Preferred Qualifications: CDL endorsement Physical Requirements: Heavy work, lifting up to 70 pounds occasionally and up to 100 pounds on a rare basis Stoop/bend/bend/kneel/crouch/balance/climb on an occasional basis Demonstrate auditory and visual acuity Exposure to equipment that intensifies the heat factor on an occasional basis Employment Conditions: Work safely to prevent on the job accidents and injuries Wear protective equipment including, but not limited to, hearing protection, safety-toe boots, and safety glasses Complete annual training and pass safety rules examination and any other position specific mandated training and testing Federal regulations require random testing for drugs and/or alcohol Must pass all required assessments Must pass a background screening Environmental Conditions: Work outside in all weather conditions. Benefits: Full-time employees are eligible for a comprehensive benefits package. Medical and dental insurance is offered for the employee, his/her spouse and eligible dependents. There is a benefits co-pay required for this package. Co-pay amounts are listed in the current Benefits Handbook and are subject to annual change. ADBF offers the employee the opportunity to participate in its 401(k) program; ADBF’s match rate will be discussed at time of hire. Employees are subject to Railroad Retirement taxes paid at a rate equivalent to Social Security tax plus an additional percentage as computed by the Railroad Retirement Board. Employees are also covered by Railroad Retirement sickness and disability benefits, and following completion of the service requirement, employees will be eligible for Railroad Retirement pension benefits. Full-time employees are eligible for vacation and sick benefits which will be discussed at the time of hire. Safety Commitment: Safety is a way of life at ADBF and it encompasses every aspect of company operations. Our policies were put in place to ensure the safety of all of our employees and the communities that we serve. ADBF works with the goal of preventing accidents and injuries. When a company puts safety first, everyone benefits: the employees and their families, and our customers and the communities where we work. SAFETY IS ALWAYS THE RIGHT THING TO DO! This is a safety sensitive position, and as such, the candidate selected for this position must successfully complete a physical as well as a drug test. The Adrian & Blissfield Rail Road Company‘s Policy is ZERO TOLERANCE FOR ALCOHOL OR SUBSTANCE ABUSE. This job description is not intended to be a complete list of all duties and responsibilities required for the position and, as such, are subject to review and change at any time in accordance with the needs of ADBF. Since no job description can detail all duties and responsibilities that may be required from time to time in the performance of the position, duties that may be inherent in a position shall also be considered part of the position holder’s responsibility. Nothing in this job posting creates an employment contract.
Salary/Benefits: Dependent on Experience
Experience Required: No experience
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Date Posted: 05/02/2017

New! Director, Compliance

Los Angeles, CA Metrolink
The Southern California Regional Rail Authority, operator of the METROLINK Commuter Rail System, is seeking a Director, Compliance for field operations management and compliance who will monitor, review and analyze the performance of the operations compliance function in accordance with 49 CFR part 200-399. The ideal candidate for this position will demonstrate a high level of analytical skills to identify and measure metrics for contractor performance, customer requirements, safety and efficiency testing. Requires BA/BS degree and 8 years of work experience in commuter railroad/freight operations including work on a Class 1 regional railroad, Amtrak or Commuter Railroad. This is a continuous recruitment; interested applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. For additional information and to apply, visit www.metrolinktrains.com/careers. EEO/ADA
Experience Required: Minimum 6-10 years
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Date Posted: 05/02/2017

New! Operations Compliance Officer

Los Angeles, CA Metrolink
The Southern California Regional Rail Authority, operator of the METROLINK Commuter Rail System, is seeking an Operations Compliance Officer who will be responsible for quality assurance measures and support necessary to monitor, review and analyze the performance of the railroad contractor to ensure a safe, timely and customer driven commuter service. The position will monitor operating performance through operational monitoring, direct observation and by conducting unannounced operating rules compliance tests including joint testing and direct interface with partner railroads, BNSF, UPRR, Amtrak and the Metrolink operating services contractor for the safe operation of the railroad. Requires 5 years work experience in railroad operations; locomotive engineering experience preferred. This is a continuous recruitment; interested applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. For additional information and to apply, visit www.metrolinktrains.com/careers. EEO/ADA
Experience Required: Minimum 6-10 years
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Date Posted: 04/25/2017

New! Signal Construction Gang-NJ, NY, PA

NY, NJ, PA, NY NYS&W Railway
The NYS&W has an immediate opening for a Signal Construction Gang Equipment Operator. Location: System wide travel required, NJ, PA, NY – Four Days per week, Monday through Thursday. Duties: Include signal construction and maintenance, installation of foundations, masts, housings, cable and other signal work as required. Requires the use of tools and equipment, operate Ditch Witch, Backhoe, Boom Truck, Grapple Truck and other duties as assigned. Requirements: -frequent walking on uneven surfaces; standing extended periods of time; lift/carry and push/pull equipment and other objects weighing up to 75 lbs; bending, stooping and kneeling, working outdoors every day in all weather conditions -must be able to pass a pre-employment physical, random drug tests, and background check -must have a current CDL class B driver’s license minimum. (CDL A preferred but not required) with a good driving record/history Offering a competitive benefit package – medical, dental, paid vacation and 401K. Starting pay is $23.66-24.35/hr. If interested please send resume to humanresources@nysw.com or fax 607-547-8768.
Salary/Benefits: 23.66/hr - 24.35/hr
License Required: Class B
Experience Required: No experience
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Date Posted: 04/21/2017

New! Track Worker

Adrian, MI Adrian & Blissfield Rail Road Company
TRACK WORKER (1 Full-Time position available, 3 Seasonal positions available) *Benefits only apply to the full-time position Job Summary: Work as a member of a crew to install new railroad track and maintain existing track and right of way. (*This position is located in Adrian, MI and our main office is located in Westland, MI) Primary Responsibilities: •Ensure compliance with all railroad rules and regulations for saftey, operations and the Federal railraod Administration (FRA) •Participate in job briefings and safety meetings •Remove and repair track switches with specific components •Remove and replace track and track components (e.g. ties, rails, bars, etc.) Slide and align tie plates •Drill holes through rails for insertion of bolts and tighten or loosen bolts at joints that hold ends or rails together •Correct deviations in track surface, alignment and gauge Cut rails to specific lengths •Receive instructions, requests, orders and information from posted bulletins, memorandum, rules and regulation manuals •Adjust, lift and roll rails •Sort track material for loading and unloading Install and repair street and railroad crossings Cut brush and vegetation from the right of way •Spray switches, angel bars and joints with oil for lubrication •Perform any other duties as assigned Pay Rate: •$15.00 per hour — Rates of pay are subject to change Minimum Qualifications: •High School Diploma (GED) •18 years of age or older •Valid Driver’s License •No driving violations involving alcohol or drugs within the past 3 years Preferred Qualifications: •CDL endorsement •Outside work experience •Welding experience Physical Requirements: •Heavy work, lifting up to 70 pounds occasionally an up to 100 pounds on a rare basis Stoop/bend/kneel/crouch/baance/climb on an occassonal basis •Demonstrate auditory and visual acuity Employment Conditions: •Work safely to prevent on the job accidents and injuries •Wear protective equipment, including but not limited to, hearing protection, safety-toe boots and safety glasses •Complete annual training and pass safety rules examination and any other position-specific mandated training and testing •Federal regulations require random testing for drugs and/or alcohol - must pass all required assessments •Must pass a background screening Environmental Conditions: •Work outside in all weather conditions Benefits: •Full-time employees are eligible for a comprehensive benefits package. Medical and dental insurance is offered for the employee, his/her spouse and eligible dependents. There is a co-pay required for this package. Co-pay amounts are listed in the current Benefits Handbook and are subject to annual change. •ADBF offers the employee the opportunity to participate in its 401(k) program; ADBF’s match rate will be discussed at time of hire. •Employees are subject to Railroad Retirement taxes paid at a rate equivalent to Social Security tax plus an additional percentage as computed by the Railroad Retirement Board. Employees are also covered by Railroad Retirement sickness and disability benefits, and following completion of the service requirement, employees will be eligible for Railroad Retirement pension benefits. •Full-time employees are eligible for vacation and sick benefits which will be discussed at the time of hire. Safety Commitment: Safety is a way of life at ADBF and it encompasses every aspect of company operations. Our policies were put in place to ensure the safety of all of our employees and the communities that we serve. ADBF works with the goal of preventing accidents and injuries. When a company puts safety first, everyone benefits: the employees and their families, and our customers and the communities where we work. SAFETY IS ALWAYS THE RIGHT THING TO DO! This is a safety sensitive position, and as such, the candidate selected for this position must successfully complete a physical as well as a drug test. The Adrian & Blissfield Rail Road Company‘s Policy is ZERO TOLERANCE FOR ALCOHOL OR SUBSTANCE ABUSE. This job description is not intended to be a complete list of all duties and responsibilities required for the position and, as such, are subject to review and change at any time in accordance with the needs of ADBF. Since no job description can detail all duties and responsibilities that may be required from time to time in the performance of the position, duties that may be inherent in a position shall also be considered part of the position holder’s responsibility. Nothing in this job posting creates an employment contract.
Salary/Benefits: $15/HR
Experience Required: Minimum 0-1 year
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Date Posted: 04/05/2017

New! Shift Manager - Operations

Granite City, IL United States Steel Corporation
United States Steel Corporation is looking for a Shift Manager Operations - Material Movement, responsible for utilizing a hands-on approach to effectively deal with technical and non-technical issues related to production by recognizing potential problems and making critical decisions with little input from other managers. In addition, this role will be directing the safe, efficient and economical operation of the facility, and coordinating activities of workers engaged in overseeing the operation. Qualified candidates must be able to effectively engage teams and promote an environment of respect, communication, and collaboration through two-way communication and encouraging new ideas and different perspectives that drive individual, team, and company success. Job Responsibilities: -Administer the U. S. Steel safety program to ensure a safe work environment, including proper housekeeping. -Coordinates, organizes, and directs activities of the operating crew. -Supervises union employees and works closely with vendors and contractors. -Monitors all steps of the operation to ensure Standard Quality and Operating Practices and guidelines are being followed. -Reduce unit downtime and improve performance of facility equipment. -Develop and implement operating methods and procedures designed to eliminate operating problems and improve product quality. -Plan and directs production activities for products in keeping with effective operations and cost factors. -Implementation of the production plan by coordinating material movement and equipment operation to meet customer specifications – including quality and delivery requirements. -Assist workers in diagnosing malfunction in machinery and equipment. -Devise and implement cost saving strategies. -Perform administrative activities such as scheduling crews, completing production reports, conducting safety conversations, and complying other reporting as necessary. Requirements: -High school diploma or GED required. -Minimum of 3 years of railroad supervisory experience is required. -Class 1 railroad experience is preferred. -Preferred candidate will have a Bachelor of Science degree in Logistics, Operations Management, Business Management, Business Administration or similar degree program or equivalent years of demonstrated knowledge in a large industrial maintenance/operation environment. -Preferred candidate will have experience supervising unionized employees. -This position may require working rotating shifts which will include extended workdays, weekends, and holidays. Level and compensation will be based on experience. Preferred Skills -Communication, computer and interpersonal skills are essential Competency Summary -As a manager/supervisor of the company, qualified candidates for this role also must demonstrate the ability to manage change, communicate effectively, and lead high-performance teams. Equal Employment Opportunity U. S. Steel is a principled company committed to its core values of safety, diversity & inclusion, environmental stewardship, results & accountability, and focus on cost, quality, and customer. We promote an environment of respect, communication, and collaboration – encouraging new ideas that drive innovation and our collective success. U. S. Steel is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability status.
Experience Required: Minimum 3-5 years
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Date Posted: 04/04/2017

New! Track Laborer - Cortland, NY

Cortland, NY NYS&W Railway
The NYS&W has immediate openings for Track Laborers in Cortland, NY: Duties: Include track maintenance and construction, installation of rails, ties, switches and other track materials, and culvert and bridge maintenance repairs. Requires the use of tools and equipment, maintenance and repair of equipment, and other duties as assigned. Requirements: -frequent walking on uneven surfaces; standing extended periods of time; lift/carry and push/pull equipment and other objects weighing up to 75 lbs; bending, stooping and kneeling, working outdoors every day in all weather conditions -must be able to pass a pre-employment physical, random drug tests, and background check -must have a current class D driver’s license (CDL preferred but not required) with a good driving record/history -must be able to obtain a DOT medical card, as part of pre-employment physical, to allow Non-CDL Class D operation of vehicles between 10,001# and 26,000# GVW’s Offering a competitive benefit package – medical, dental, paid vacation and 401K. Starting pay is $20.98-24.23/hr. If interested please send resume to humanresources@nysw.com or fax 607-547-8768.
Salary/Benefits: 20.98/hr - 24.23/hr
License Required: CDL preferred but not required
Experience Required: No experience
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Date Posted: 03/30/2017

New! Train Rules Examiner

Pittsburgh, PA Transtar, LLC..
The Train Rules Examiner position is a full-time, exempt salaried supervisory position of the Union Railroad Company of Transtar, Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of U.S. Steel. The Train Rules Examiner is responsible for developing and conducting formal training and examinations for operating and non-operating employees on Company operating rules, safety rules, and material regulations. Job Responsibilities: -Planning, scheduling and conducting training programs for new employees in train and engine service. Coordinating the assignment of student trips necessary for qualification in each craft. -Planning, scheduling, and conducting rules review classes and hazardous material training for transportation employees. -Qualifying maintenance employees on operating rules and conducting rules review classes to all qualified maintenance employees. -Planning, scheduling, and conducting a specialized training program for train service employees qualified promotion to Conductor. -Administering of the Program for the Locomotive Engineer Certification Program. Planning and scheduling re-certification classes. Maintaining of all applicable FRA files pertaining to the certification program. Help schedules simulator movements. -Administering and recordkeeping of all DOT random drug and alcohol test results. -Completing all required Federal Railroad Administration monthly and year-end reports. Assist in maintaining all applicable FRA files and updates reports as necessary. -Coordinating the Railroads proficiency testing program with the managers of operations and reviews and maintains testing data. -Recommending, developing, and implementing new programs as required in accordance with new or revised government regulations. -Preparing and revising of timetables, operating rules, safety rules, general and special instructions and general notices as deemed necessary. -Maintaining standardized reports on train accidents, personal injuries and other irregularities. Reviewing all train accidents and develops cost liability. If industry or a connecting railroad is responsible, assist with negotiation for proper payment. Job Requirements: -High School Diploma or equivalent (GED) is required. -Bachelor's degree in Transportation, Logistics, Business Management, or Business Administration is required. -Valid driver's license required. -Minimum of 5-years of railroad transportation operations management experience required. -Train Rules Examiner experienced required. -Computer proficiency required (MS Office Software). -Excellent written and verbal communication skills -Must be willing and available to work shifts, weekends, holidays, and overtime as needed to accomplish job requirements. -Must be willing to work outdoors in inclement weather. Competency Summary -As an individual contributor, qualified candidates for this role also must demonstrate the ability to champion change and effective communication while contributing to team success. Equal Employment Opportunity U. S. Steel is a principled company committed to its core values of safety, diversity & inclusion, environmental stewardship, results & accountability, and focus on cost, quality, and customer. We promote an environment of respect, communication, and collaboration – encouraging new ideas that drive innovation and our collective success. U. S. Steel is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability status.
License Required: Driver's license
Experience Required: Minimum 6-10 years
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