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Signal and Track Switch Repairer Jobs in Louisiana

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Role: Rail Track Maintainers work as key members of a crew inspecting, repairing and replacing rails, ties, switches and ballasts. Duties and Responsibilities: Critical performance areas include the following but may vary depending on location and circumstances: Remove and replace defective ties, rails spikes and anchors. Prepare, use and maintain various common and specialized hand tools for ...
The engineer/conductor position will be to control and coordinate the train movements while switching railcars whether in the yard of a railroad, industrial plant, or similar location to facilitate the unloading and loading of railcars in a safe and efficient manner to service our customers. This position is a manual labor position which requires that the individual become proficient in the follow...
The conductor/engineer position will be to control and coordinate the train movements while switching railcars whether in the yard of a railroad, industrial plant, or similar location to facilitate the unloading and loading of railcars in a safe and efficient manner to service our customers. This position is a manual labor position which requires that the individual become proficient in the follow...
Job Description: 1. Supervises and coordinates the activities of train crews. 2. Receives oral or written instructions from Manager or Customer indicating which cars are to be switched. 3. Notifies engineer of switching orders and, whereby, which cars are to be moved to specified locations of yard, using radio, telephone, verbal or hand signals. Gives instructions to throw track switches and to c...
1. Supervises and coordinates the activities of train crews. 2. Receives oral or written instructions from Manager or Customer indicating which cars are to be switched. 3. Notifies engineer of switching orders and, whereby, which cars are to be moved to specified locations of yard, using radio, telephone, verbal or hand signals. Gives instructions to throw track switches and to couple and uncouple...