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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 Railroad Car Repair Supervisor

SUMMARY:   Remarkably gifted Railroad Car Repair Supervisor with huge background ensuring that company diesel locomotives and freight and passenger cars are routinely repaired, maintained, and serviced in a safe, effective, and timely manner; supervising daily operation of car or locomotive repair facility functions to ensure company passenger, freight and foreign cars are serviced and repaired in a manner promoting safe and efficient rail service.

Summary of Qualifications
  • Ten years experience.
  • Extensive experience in mechanical and electrical systems maintenance.
  • Exceptional ability to analyze, evaluate and monitor assigned projects.
  • Profound ability to work closely with General Mechanical Supervisor/Wreckmaster, Fairbanks to ensure that capital projects come in on time and on or under budget.
  • Remarkable knowledge of safe work practices and methods.
  • Deep knowledge of mechanical terminology, processes, and functions used when evaluating equipment failure and in devising maintenance program improvements, component failures, and engineering design.
  • Exceptional knowledge of principles, policies and procedures in the areas of safety, human resources, budgeting and purchasing.
  • Strong positive attitude towards safety and solid ability to project that image to co-workers and subordinates.
  • Uncommon team player and remarkable ability to work cooperatively with all other supervisors and other employees at all times.
  • Profound ability to communicate both orally and in writing and to lead and motivate people.
  • In-depth skill in operating a personal computer and a working knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet software (e.g. Word, Excel).
  • Excellent records management skills to document control procedures; establish and implement inspection procedures; and provide preventative and corrective action procedures.
Professional Experience

Car and Locomotive Department, Rainbow County, Minneapolis
2002 - Present

Railroad Car Repair Supervisor
  • Supervise Car and Locomotive Department represented employees in maintenance, repair and rebuilding of system and foreign rolling stock in accordance with the Department maintenance schedules, Association of American Railroads Recommended Standards, to include mechanical, loading, and interchange rules and applicable FRA regulations for freight cars, passenger and locomotive equipment.
  • Supervise craft personnel in accordance with Department Human Resources policies and collective bargaining agreements.
  • Supervise represented personnel in accordance with Department safety rules, policies, and applicable agreements.
  • Coordinate preventative maintenance and repairs as well as capital projects to minimize downtime of equipment.
  • Ensure that all car and locomotive repairs are of sound quality in order to lessen the likelihood of injury to passengers, staff and equipment.
  • Recommend manpower, tools, and material required for performance of department duties to immediate supervisor.
  • Evaluate general equipment failure and recommend manpower, tools, and material required for repairs to immediate supervisor.
  • Direct Department personnel in appropriate repair operations.
  • Follow repair priorities/activities to meet peak Department and captive foreign car rolling stock utilization by orchestrating necessary work schedules applying manpower distribution plan.
  • Ensure that proper inspections and repairs are made and Department billing repair cards are properly prepared for system and foreign line cars including open top load inspections (i.e. dimensional loads).
  • Provide supervisory oversight on assigned projects, including contractual services coordination as required.

Car and Locomotive Department, Rainbow County, Minneapolis
2000 - 2002

Carman
  • Removed and inspected locomotive and car units, such as wheels, truck and brake assemblies, side posts, air cylinders, reservoirs and valves, side and roof sections, and coupler assemblies, using pneumatic hoist and jack, pinch bar, hand tools, and cutting torch.
  • Disassembled roller bearings, using jacks, blocks, and frames.
  • Examined bearings, gaskets, and seals for deficits, such as scratches, chips, and excessive wear.
  • Replaced defective parts and reassembled roller bearings.
  • Measured diameter of axle wheel seats, using micrometer, and marked dimensions on axle for subsequent boring of wheels to specified press fit dimensions.
  • Performed carpentry as required including glass, lock, linoleum and vinyl repair.
  • Repaired wooden sections such as flooring and interior walls using power and hand tools such as band saw, jointer, planer, mortising machines, shaper, sander stapler guns, drills, power screw guns, and hand tools.
  • Replaced and repaired steel sections, such as side posts, rafter, crosswise, panels, under framing, and piping using welding torches, power wrench, and plumbers' tools.
  • Assembled repaired and replaced units to rebuild locomotive and car.
  • Positioned width gauge between car sides, clamped turnbuckle ends to tops of each side, and twisted turn buckle using wrenches until dies were pressed against gauge and aligned sides for installation of car ends and cross ties.
  • Sandblasted, painted diesel engines, freight and passenger cars, inside and outside by brush or spray gun.

Car and Locomotive Department, Rainbow County, Minneapolis
1997 - 2000

Railroad Car Repair Apprentice (under supervision)
  • Operated a locomotive to transport work crew, equipment, and materials to work site and to transport freight and passenger cars by adjusting controls such as direction lever, throttle, locomotive and train car air brakes.
  • Interpreted railroad rules and regulations and clearance and train orders prior to and during run to ensure safe operation of the train.
  • Completed all DOH Forms and report and proper inventory reports.
  • Performed hostler and servicing duties on locomotives.
  • Completed work activity, track and bridges inspection, and accident reports.
  • Repaired and maintained all systems on locomotives, highrail equipment, highway vehicles and maintenance of way equipment.
  • Replaced/repaired electrical components on locomotives.
  • Inspected and repaired highway rail grade crossing signal systems.
  • Inspected track, railbed, and bridges to discover defects, deterioration, and misalignment.
  • Operated railmounted heavy equipment with attachments such as fasttrack, tamper, speed swing, and crane by manipulating a variety of levers and pedals.
  • Used rail-mounted heavy equipment to pick up track, change ties, lay rail, distribute ballast tamp ballast beneath and between ties, to ditch and remove debris beside railroad track and lay culvert.

Education

High School Diploma (1997)




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