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
• 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