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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 Track Repair Supervisor

SUMMARY:   Exceptionally gifted and creative Railroad Track Repair Supervisor with immense background supervising and coordinating activities of workers engaged in laying and repairing railroad tracks.

Summary of Qualifications
  • Ten years experience.
  • Thorough knowledge of and advanced experience in railroad track structure, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance.
  • Uncommon skill in the use of a variety of handtools.
  • Exceptional ability to use available resources to solve a problem or complete an investigation.
  • Excellent ability to manage time and resources to ensure that goals are achieved on schedule.
  • Strong and cooperative work ethic consistent with the Port's teamwork concept and service orientation.
  • Immense ability to perform the duties of the position, including heavy lifting, climbing, bending, reaching and working in all kinds of inclement weather conditions.
  • Strong self-starter with the ability to work with a variety of projects under stressful conditions both calmly and efficiently.
  • Exceptional ability to read and comprehend appropriate technical manuals, drawings, specifications, regulations and policies pertaining to the position.
  • Profound ability to be clearly understood when using radio or telephone communications.
  • Remarkable ability to detect deviations from the federal/state regulations and implement remedial action on defects pending repair.
  • Proven ability to investigate derailments and formulate a comprehensive causal assessment report.
  • Uncommon ability to use sound judgment, follow written and oral instructions.
  • Exceptional ability to maintain effective and cooperative working relationships.
  • In-depth ability to safely and effectively operate the following: a jack hammer, air or gas powered wrenches, rail drill, portable abrasive rail saws, electric-arc weld, oxy-acetylene torch, pickup trucks, dump trucks, fork lifts, rail operated tie tamper, rail operated ballast regulator and backhoes.
Professional Experience

Department of Transportation, Rainbow County, Minneapolis
2002 - Present

Railroad Track Repair Supervisor
  • Supervise and coordinate activities of workers engaged in laying and repairing railroad tracks.
  • Measure distances from reference stakes to locate positions for installation of trackage, switches, and crossovers.
  • Verify alignment of rails by measuring distances from rails to predetermine center line.
  • Supervise Track-Surfacing-Machine Operator and Track Layer (construction) in repair of railroad tracks.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Department of Transportation, Rainbow County, Minneapolis
2000 - 2002

Track-Surfacing Machine Operator
  • Operated machines mounted on flat-bed railroad trucks to spread, shape, and tamp ballast; raise, level, and align track; and prepared track foundation of crushed stone according to specifications.
  • Moved levers and brake pedal to guide machine into position.
  • Adjusted controls to activate jacks, tampers, and scraper blades.
  • Stringed wire guidelines through leveling and aligning fixture.
  • Attached line to rails or trailer extensions (buggies) coupled to machine to set up equipment.
  • Turned wheels to adjust guidelines for track alignments and grades, following specifications.
  • Observed indicator arms to verify level and alignment of track.

Department of Transportation, Rainbow County, Minneapolis
1997 - 2000

Railroad Track Worker
  • Responsible for the repair and rebuild of railroad tracks, using hand tools to do so.
  • Removed and replaced ties, pulled and drove spikes, shoveled rock ballast, loaded and unloaded equipment and material.
  • Constructed and repaired chain link fencing.
  • Performed asphalt surface repair.
  • Observed the condition of the track, trackbed and track right-of-way for problems or defects.
  • Performed track maintenance, repair and installation.
  • Handled and moved track materials and equipment and maintain the trackbed.
  • Safely and effectively operated the following: a jack hammer; air or gas powered wrenches; rail drill; and portable abrasive rail saw.
  • Used an electric-arc weld and an oxy-acetylene torch.
  • Operated various work vehicles and equipment which included pickup trucks, dump trucks, fork lifts, rail operated tie tamper, rail operated ballast regulator and backhoes.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Education

Possess
Electric-Arc Weld Certificate
State of Minneapolis CDL Class License

Associate Degree in Mechanical Engineering
University of New York (1997)




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