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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Locomotive Supervisor

SUMMARY:   Immensely knowledgeable, gifted and resourceful Locomotive Supervisor with huge experience supervising and coordinating activities of workers engaged in repair and maintenance of railroad locomotives.

Summary of Qualifications

  • Ten years experience.
  • Great interest in operating machinery.
  • Exceptional knowledge of technical and mechanical    procedures.
  • Profound ability to be alert for long periods of time, often while    alone.
  • Excellent eyesight and color vision and physical fitness.
  • Remarkable ability to react quickly, calmly and correctly.
  • Strong concern for safety and knowledge of safety rules and    regulations.
  • Immense ability to accept responsibility and work    independently.
  • Profound ability to get along with co-workers.
  • In-depth manual dexterity and mechanical aptitude.

    Professional Experience

    Galaxy Transport System, Minneapolis
    2002 - Present

    Locomotive Supervisor
    • Supervise and coordinate activities of workers engaged in repair and maintenance of railroad locomotives.
    • Read management and engineering reports of locomotive problems or malfunctions to determine repairs to be made.
    • Assign duties to workers based on worker abilities and nature of required repairs.
    • Observe progress of work to ensure adherence to prescribed procedures and adherence to company and governmental standards.
    • Direct workers to perform preventive maintenance of locomotive components, such as diesel engine, frame and housing, electrical system, and air brakes.
    • Monitor stock of replacement parts to detect shortages of parts needed for future repair and maintenance, and requisitions needed parts.
    • Examine shop equipment, such as welding machine and engine simulators, to verify that equipment meets safety and performance standards.
    • Notify specified personnel of shop equipment malfunctions.
    • Patrol work sites to observe methods, to inspect safety equipment, and to ensure compliance with company, union, and governmental regulations.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.

    Galaxy Transport System, Minneapolis
    2000 - 2002

    Locomotive Engineer
    • Drove electric, diesel-electric, and gas-turbine-electric locomotive, interpreting train orders, train signals, and railroad rules and regulations, to transport passengers and freight.
    • Inspected locomotive before run to verify specified fuel, sand, water, and other supplies.
    • Synchronized watch with that of Conductor, Passenger Car or Conductor, Road Freight to ensure departure time from station or terminal was in accordance with time schedule.
    • Received starting signal from Conductor, Passenger Car or Conductor, Road Freight and moved controls, such as throttle and airbrakes to drive locomotive.
    • Interpreted train orders, train signals, and railroad rules and regulations to drive locomotive, following safety regulations and time schedule.
    • Called out train signals to Firer, Locomotive for verification of meaning to avoid errors in interpretation.
    • Conferred with Conductor, Road Freight or traffic control center personnel via radiophone to issue or receive information or instructions concerning stops, delays, or oncoming trains.
    • Observed track to detect obstructions.
    • Inspected locomotive after run to detect damaged or defective equipment.
    • Prepared reports to explain accidents, unscheduled stops, or delays.
    • Lubricated moving parts of locomotive.
    • Drove diesel-electric rail-detector car to transport rail-flaw-detecting machine over railroad.

    Galaxy Transport System, Minneapolis
    1997 - 2000

    Locomotive Engineer Trainee (under supervision)
    • Obtained/received/relayed and acted upon written instructions.
    • Operated various designs of track switches and derails in order to change the route of engines or cars in yards or on the road.
    • Checked switch points to make sure switch was properly lined.
    • Observed/monitored track conditions (i.e., broken rails, defective switches, weather-related problems).
    • Inspected train cars and other equipment before leaving the yard and when required.
    • Applied and released hand brakes.
    • Observed condition of passing trains and reported results to appropriate personnel.
    • Got on and off equipment while train or engine was performing various types of switching activities to set or release hand brakes or other duties.
    • Rode moving car by hanging on the grab irons or ladders, sometimes for long periods of time.
    • Connected and disconnected air hoses and electrical connections.
    • Observed, interpreted, and relayed hand, lantern, and other signals affecting movements.
    • Judged and controlled the speed and clearance distance of cars.
    • Acted as part of a 2-4 person team where communication and cooperation was critical to the safety and well-being of the crew as well as the train.

    Education

    High School Diploma (1997)




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