24 Sep
Trainmaster (Train Operations Supervisor)
United states

Responsibilities:

Critical performance areas include the following but may vary depending on location and circumstances:

• Manage terminal operations as outlined in company operating plan.

• Supervise and manage the activities of train crews and yardmasters. In addition, effectively work with transportation clerks, crew callers, engineering, and mechanical to manage his/her assigned terminal.

• Comply with safe work procedures and practices as well as deliver a high level of productivity and customer service

• Lead people with clear direction and goals and provide coaching and guidance to employees through regular monitoring of employee performance.

• Apply collective agreement(s) and company policies when carrying out their duties, including managing and coaching employees, conducting investigations, recommending corrective action, and responding to grievances.

• Manage budgets and workforce productivity within CN policy and its Five Guiding Principles.

• Execution of required number of efficiency tests on T&E (Train and Engineman) employees.

• Clear communication of terminal measurements and information to senior management in order to make adjustments as needed.

• Work with foreign carriers and terminals to coordinate movement of trains and interchanges over CN territory

• Participate in activities related to derailments and disruptions in service, while working with engineering and mechanical to determine cause and future prevention.

• Participation in Investigations when necessary

Working Conditions:

• Irregular hours, including nights, weekends, and holidays

• Combination of office work and working outdoors in varying weather and environmental conditions.

• Lift up to 50 lbs and occasionally up to 83 lbs

• May be relocated if necessary

• Enforce safe work procedures and policies

• Meet deadlines, interface with senior management

• Travel for company business, at times without advance notice

• Respond to unexpected or emergency situations which could include the requirement to operate trains

Benefits
Benefits: •Highly competitive base pay •Comprehensive medical, dental and disability benefit programs •Retirement savings program •Health and wellness programs •A culture that values opportunity for growth, development, and internal promotion Equal Opportunity Employer: Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
Education Requirements
Education: • High School diploma or GED