Class A CDL with air brake & tanker endorsements.
Driver/Applicant must have a minimum of 2 years verifiable recent driving experience, and be 21 years of age
Must have own transportation and be able and willing
to travel, in Ohio and surrounding States, sometimes further if job requires.
No more than 3 moving violations in last 3 years or 4 points and no major violations; DUI, reckless operation.
Must be able to pass a CDL Physical and be qualified for 2 years and pass Pre-employment drug test.
Driver/Applicant must have knowledge of current DOT regulations and be able to maintain a log book, do D.V.I.R.’s,
and other paperwork as required by Company policies.
Must be able to read and comprehend regulations
and instructions in English, and posse’s competent ability to communicate verbally in English.
Must attend F.R.A. Safe Worker Training classes
as scheduled by F.R.C., and successfully pass written/oral exam.
Must be able to continually lift 80 lbs and up
to 100 lbs.
Must abide by all Safety Regulations of F.R.C.,
customers, F.R.A., F.M.C.S.A., D.O.T.
Pre-Employment Drug Testing is required with negative
Must have clean record No Felonies
and be able to pass background checks.
The tanker endorsement is not required initially upon hire but you are required to obtain it in first 30 days
of employment, as a condition of your continued employment.
Drive trucks with capacity of more
than 3 tons to transport materials and equipment to specific destinations. Operate mechanical boom and cable and cable equipment
to lift and move materials, machines, or products in many directions. Operate Dump Bed and or boom on trucks. Operate controls
on sliding step deck and RGN style trailers. Flat bed or Heavy haul experiance is perfered.
Driver will work with crews (as
a Trackman) in construction and/or repairs of rail road tracks when on a jobsite and the truck(s) are not being used see trackman
job description for details concerning additional job duties.
Obey all local, State and Federal and DOT Regulations
maintain work records, logs, and timesheets, DVIR,
and trip reports
clean equipment or machinery
perform safety inspections in manufacturing or
convey loads to destination
inspect material moving equipment such as cables, chains, binders
load, unload, equipment, materials, or products
direct and coordinate activities of workers helping to load and unload
read or understand instruments on heavy
examine products, materials and/or work to verify accuracy and conformance to specifications
material moving, loading, or unloading equipment
signal directions or warnings to coworkers
use hand or power
maintain or repair construction machinery or equipment
operate crane in construction, manufacturing
or repair setting
measure, weigh, or count products or materials
cargo handling gear
operate maintenance of way (MOW) or other heavy construction equipment
read work order,
set up specialized rigging
Clean, lubricate, and maintain mechanisms such
as boom, cables, pulleys, and grappling devices, making repairs as necessary.
Inspect and adjust boom and/or crane
mechanisms and lifting accessories in order to prevent malfunctions and damage.
Review daily work and delivery schedules
to determine orders, sequences of deliveries, and special loading instructions.
Load and unload materials and equipment
from trucks, and properly store materials and equipment to proper locations on jobsite or in yard.
Determine load weights and check them against lifting capacities in order to prevent overload.
levers, depress foot pedals, and turn dials to operate cranes, cherry pickers, or other moving equipment for lifting, moving,
and placing loads.
Grasp, push or pull controls to close grasping
devices on track or rail sections so that they can be raised or moved.
Climb up and down ladders on trucks in order to
get to operators station to operate boom.
Inspect cables, hydraulic hoses and grappling devices for wear, and install
or replace cables and hydraulic hoses as needed.
Conditions of Work:
Much of work is outdoors in all types of weather.
Job requires constant physical manual effort assisted
by hand and power equipment as available and appropriate.
Normal work requires frequent or continuous lifting,
bending, kneeling, reaching, pushing, pulling, climbing and similar body and limb movement.
Work is generally on or along a railroad track
or walkway; track can be active during work times.
Work can also be on other areas, bridge or other
Required to wear hardhat, safety glasses with side
shields, metatarsal guard safety work boots, and hearing protection at all times during performance of work.
Use of hand protection (gloves) is encouraged and
sometimes required by customers in performance of normal duties. Hot-work or other special gloves are required for some operations.
Must wear safety/reflective vest, face shield,
long-sleeve shirt, respiratory protection, protective body wear, fall protection device(s), leg chaps, and other personal
protective equipment during performance of duties in special circumstances as required.
Work is performed under conditions that can expose
workers to dust, toxic substances, electricity, railroad train traffic, highway traffic, loud noise, slippery and uneven footing,
and other conditions.
Work is done day and/or night depending on customer
Work is done on weekdays and weekends depending
on customer schedules/needs.
Work can require frequent long work-hour durations,
and emergency response at any time of day or any day of week.
Work is conducted over a wide geographical area
requiring travel and overnight stays.
Must be flexible to constantly changing conditions
– both as they relate to work schedule, and project site conditions.
Must be able to operate in a team-atmosphere and
assist all co-workers in performance of duties.
Will receive instruction through on-the-job training,
written memos, posted bulletins, classes, and rules and regulation manuals.
Will receive instruction through verbal communication
in person, through electronic communication utilizing methods (2 way radio, phone, facsimile, email, etc.)
Responsible to work safely, assist in ensuring
that safe working conditions exist for work crew, and report unsafe conditions to supervisor.
Must be familiar with identification, function, use,
and selection of tools and power equipment normally used in performance of duties.
The following knowledge's are required:
Knowledge of machines and tools, including their designs,
uses, repair, and maintenance.
Although not required to be hired for the position,
the following knowledge's are required to be learned during your orientation period:
Knowledge of principles and methods for moving
trucks by rail, or road, including how to set trucks up on Hyrails and transport them down rail. Proper use of grapple and
booms on trucks.