Who We Are:
We have the vision, knowledge, capability, and leadership style to take railroad projects from concept to completion. We are focused on all aspects of the rail industry including construction and maintenance projects, consulting, and all rail-related equipment and track materials. Since our inception in 2000, our unique passion and understanding of track infrastructure has exposed us to a broad spectrum of railroad projects including large industrial sites, bridges and tunnels, and Class 1 railroad production crews. Our team has decades of industry experience and are responsible for hundreds of miles of track work. Understanding the industry’s engineering standards allows our team to apply these specifications when building and maintaining safe railroad infrastructure. We demand the utmost quality for every project, large or small.
Track Maintainer Responsibilities:
- Repair and/or replace turnout components as needed, such as switch points, frogs, plates etc.
- Repair and/or replace track components as needed, such as rail, ties, plates, spikes, timber crossings etc.
- Observes conditions of track, track beds, and track right-of-way to detect, report and repair problems or defects
- Responsibly operates company vehicles and/or equipment and ensures all daily maintenance and inspections of the units are completed
- Performs special duties as assigned by the Foreman
Track Maintainer Requirements:
- A minimum of 1-2 years of experience in the Construction industry.
- Track Inspection Guidelines certification is an asset
- Certified in Canadian Railway Operating Rules is an asset
- Ability to read and understand specific documents including schedules, standard railway plans and specifications.
- Ability to understand and efficiently carry out instructions.
- Knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions of the work being performed.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Job Type: Full-time
- 10 hour shift
- 12 hour shift
- 8 hour shift