Railcar Repairman - Marshall

Performs welding and fitting operations for refurbishing and repairing rail cars. All work performed must meet current AAR and quality control guidelines and requirements.

Duties and Responsibilities
The essential duties and responsibilities are listed below. Other duties may be assigned.

Perform assigned welding, fitting, burning and air arc tasks under direction from crew leader and supervisor
Interpret job work orders to perform required repairs
Coordinate and complete repairs in an efficient manner and within assigned hours
Ensure AAR quality assurance standards are met
Notify crew leader or supervisor of any materials and/or equipment required to ensure completion of job tasks
Perform minor repairs to and ability to maintain tools and equipment used
Maintain and establish basic knowledge of fundamental AAR repair procedures
Interact with crew members in a team environment, as well as with supervisor
Follow all directions or instructions as assigned by supervisor
Assist in the training and coaching of new employees
Follow all safety rules, keep work area clean and comply with all GRS Environmental Health and Safety Policies
Any other duties as assigned such as filing and special projects
Knowledge & Skills
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The individual will posses the following knowledge, characteristics, skills and/or abilities:

Ability to read and write English at a high school level
Work in hot and cold environment, in and out of the weather; work safely around heavy equipment and on top of and under railcars, as well as around railroad tracks.
Problem/solution oriented
Eye-Hand coordination
Attention to details
Physical ability to consistently lift over 35 pounds
Ability to prioritize multiple tasks
Accountability, Cooperation, & Teamwork
Knowledge of machines and tools required to weld, cut and gouge
Education and Experience
One to three years welding and/or a combination of training and work related experience
High School education or equivalent
Welding processes required; burning, air arc, and grinding
Mig and Stick welding

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