Railroad Jobs in Birmingham, Alabama
United States Federal Government Birmingham, AL, 35202
About the Agency FRA is committed to fostering a diverse, highly skilled workforce capable of meeting or exceeding our strategic goals with efficiency, innovation, and a constant focus on better serving our customers. You will serve as a Railroad Safety Inspector (Operating Practices). As an inspector you will enforce Federal safety and health regulations that are concerned with operating rules ...
PTC System Test Engineer Job Sum m ary : A Positive Train Control (PTC) System Test Engineer is responsible to develop and conduct system test activities. The successful applicant will build and execute CN specific test cases to functionally and operationally validate the CN implementation of PTC, document results, identify failures to a root cause, and direct resolution of the failures. The PTC...
Job Summary: § A Positive Train Control (PTC) Systems Testing and Regulations Manager is responsible to develop and direct a team to conduct system test activities. The successful applicant will guide the building of CN specific test cases to functionally and operationally validate the CN implementation of PTC, document results, identify failures to a root cause, and direct resolution of the fail...
Locomotive Systems Design Engineer Date: October 2, 2014 Name of the Company: CN Position Title: Locomotive Systems Design Engineer Job Summary: § The Locomotive Systems Design Engineer has the responsibility to develop the supervisory, management, and reporting systems on a diesel electric locomotive and integrate them with the its mechanical, pneumatic, electrical and electronic systems to ...
Job Summary: Electricians perform inspection, maintenance and the repair of the electrical assembly on the locomotive fleet. They work on electronics components, computer systems, fuel injector systems and troubleshoot locomotive failures. The duties take place in the repair shop, on service tracks or other railroad property. Duties: Repairing, replacing and monitoring locomotive electrical compo...
The Chief Dispatcher insures the safe and efficient movement of trains by supervising Rail Traffic Controllers (Train Dispatchers) and based on his or her knowledge of customers and their needs as well as operational knowledge of trains and crews and: Number of cars scheduled Number of engines Other railroads and passenger trains in the area Maintaining crews on the tracks CN values diversity ...
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