Railroad Jobs Houston, US, We are looking to hire an experienced locomotive engineer to safely operate our commuter trains. As a locomotive engineer, you will be responsible for inspecting the locomotive before and after use, safely operating the train between stations, and communicating with traffic control. You may also be required to communicate with the passengers about delays and diagnose minor breakdowns.
To ensure success as a locomotive engineer, you should have in-depth knowledge of locomotive electrical and mechanical systems, as well as good problem-solving and communication skills. A top-notch Locomotive Engineer is reliable and even-tempered with advanced mechanical and electrical skills. Locomotive engineers are responsible for driving freight or passenger trains safely between stations.
Their job is to inspect the locomotive before use, operate the train using manual and computer controls, and monitor the instruments such as train speed, battery use, and air pressure. Locomotive engineers are responsible for driving freight or passenger trains safely between stations. Their job is to inspect the locomotive before use, operate the train using manual and computer controls, and monitor the instruments such as train speed, battery use, and air pressure.
|Hiring Organization||R. J. Corman Railroad Services|
|Post Name||Locomotive Engineer|
|Employment Type||Full Time|
|Work Hours||8 Hours|
|Salary||USD 3000 To USD 3500 Per Month|
|Location||Houston, Texas, United States 77013|
Rick Corman started his business after graduating from Jessamine County High School. He borrowed money from his uncle for a backhoe and dump truck and went to work rebuilding/repairing railroad crossings. In the end, he had a dozen backhoes, a few dump trucks, and no debt. Today, the R. J. Corman Railroad Group, LLC serves all seven North American major railroads, many regional and short line railroads, and dozens of industries having rail. Services include owning and operating 18 short lines, providing emergency rail services associated with derailments and natural disasters, switching, track construction, track material distribution, signal design/construction, and operating a dinner train.
Through our dedicated employees, we will be the best service provider by our total commitment to customer satisfaction, increasingly efficient operations, and asset utilization while providing an ever-improving safe, and rewarding work environment. At the R. J. Corman family of companies, each of our employees strives to uphold our key values, or “Big Rocks” every day. We believe that if we all focus on these things, our Vision to be the best service provider to the railroad and related industries will remain true.
- Safely operating the train between stations.
- Identifying obstructions and giving warning signals at track crossings.
- Monitoring on-board meters and gauges including air pressure, battery charge, amperage, and train speed.
- Communicating with traffic control concerning stops, oncoming trains, and delays.
- Troubleshooting minor breakdowns.
- Performing basic locomotive maintenance when required.
- Communication with passengers about delays and unscheduled stops.
- Ensuring logbooks and manuals are correctly stowed in the cabin.
- Completing reports on delays and breakdowns.
Skills And Requirements
- NORAC Rules certification.
- Advanced knowledge of mechanical and electrical locomotive systems.
- Excellent diagnostic skills.
- In-depth area knowledge including road crossings, track curves, and tunnels.
- Ability to concentrate for long periods.
- Basic mechanical skills.
- Potential to Benefit Society.
- Challenging Work.
- Intellectual Development.
- Creative Thinking.
- Technological and Scientific Discovery.
- Financial Security.
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