A Rail Car Technician is responsible for inspecting trains and repairing cars on the tracks and in repair shops. Responsibilities listed on the Rail Car Technician Resume as – interpreting engineering drawings to plan maintenance jobs, performing calculations and measurements, filling out work orders such as billing repair cards, wheel reporting cards, and inspection records; working with hand, power, and pneumatic and hydraulic tools, following designed methods and procedures for safely servicing and inspecting rail trucks, underframes, and car safety appliances, and car bodies; and following designed methods and procedures for safely servicing and inspecting rail trucks, and car safety appliances, and car bodies, and following sanitation and food safety regulations.
Staying knowledgeable about a variety of documents including manufacturer’s manual, technical bulletins, parts bulletins, and service or preventive maintenance manuals; familiarity with the rail safety and occupational health and safety legislation in the jurisdiction, and workplace hazardous materials information systems, and sanitation and food safety regulations. A Diploma and completion of a multi-year apprenticeship program are mandatory for this role.
Summary : Hve 31 years of experience, including as a Nylon Machine Operator, as a Railcar Tech and as a Bulk Loader in industries including Engineering, Accounting, Research, Management, and Related Services and Construction Special Trade Contractors. Most recently, I have been working as a Nylon Machine Operator at Shaw Experiences include: materials management. Can work any shift and overtime as needed. Perform well in a team or individually.
Skills : Machine Operator, Production, Materials Management.
Summary : Seeking employment with a company that will allow me to utilize acquired welding skills as well as appreciate my knowledge of rail car repair with room for advancement in the future. Performing planned maintenance as outlined by the OEM and CATS management. Maintaining the standard tools of the trade. CATS will provide all specialty tools. Following and adhering to all Rail Car Maintenance standards, policies and procedures applicable to the day-to-day operations of the rail cars and revenue service.
Skills : Welding Experience, Rail Car Repair, Dependable.
Headline : Rail Car Technician is Providing technical support for rail vehicle electrical/electronic equipment. Performing other duties as assigned. Compiling with all Authority and departmental safety and security policies and procedures as well as all applicable job safety responsibilities. Reporting any safety concerns, compromises or hazards affecting operations, the public, self and/or other employees. Responsible for personal safety and is encouraged to promote the safety of others.
Skills : Forklift Operator, Blueprint Reading, Hand Tools, Pneumatics, CNC Operator, Tape Measure , Mics , Calipers, Scissor Lift.
Headline : A friendly, loyal and clearly dedicated individual who has an ambition to succeed in any given environment. Although I have extensive experience in the work industry, I love to learn, and am always up to a challenge whatever the situation. I get along well with others, with also working efficiently on my own. I am seeking a position where I can develop and excel while giving my best to an employer.
Skills : Management, Mechanically Gifted, Problem Resolution, Leadership, Welding, Security, Microsoft Office, Mechanic, Petrochemical Lab Experience.
Headline : Rail Car Technician is assisting Operation's Managers, Engineering Department and vendor representatives with the installation, development, commissioning and troubleshooting of new as well as existing rail equipment including operational testing on test tracks or Rail Vehicle routes. Inspecting, repairing, and calibrating the LRV power brake vital safety relay.
Skills : Planning, Maintenance Record.
Objective : Rail Car Technician is Writing procedures to test and calibrate printed circuit boards as well as on-board vehicle system/system faults with the assistance/approval of the Engineering Department. Designing and fabricating diagnostic test equipment for printed circuit boards. Performing acceptance inspection on new printed circuit board test equipment. Maintaining and repairing automatic test equipment, test fixtures, power supplies, meters and other test equipment.
Skills : Car Technician, Planning.
Objective : Rail Car Technician is Interpreting and editing test software for Automated Test Equipment (ATE). Repairing open conductors on multi layered printed circuit boards. Repairing damaged conductors, edge connectors, and plated holes using circuit repair kits. Testing and repairing high power semiconductor modules. Performing failure analysis on printed circuit boards and makes recommendations to increase their reliability.
Skills : Car Technician, Managing.
Objective : Rail Car Technician is Conducting diagnostic test using equipment such as voltmeters, ammeters, oscilloscopes, curve tracer, automatic test equipment, programmable multifunction generators, high voltage power supplies, frequency counters, chart recorders, current probes, EPROM programming systems, high potential tester, megohmmeters and computers. Performing diagnostic tests on rail vehicles with portable and on-board test equipment as required. Operating computer-controlled Automated Test Equipment (ATE) to test and troubleshoot printed circuit boards.
Skills : Care Testing, Troubleshooting.
Objective : Rail Car Technician is Troubleshooting, repairing and calibrating analog, digital and micro-processor controlled printed circuit boards down to component level for the type of Rail Vehicle and equipment assigned. Interpreting electrical, electronic and mechanical schematics. Removing and inserting semiconductor devices including through-hole and surface mount devices using soldering/de-soldering equipment.
Skills : Interprets electrical, Semiconductor Device.
Objective : As a Rail Car Technician is standing and walking for extended periods of time. Performing work related to laundry may impose a potential risk of exposure to hazardous items such as laboratory chemicals, harsh cleaning agents, biohazardous, and broken glass and other sharps, and in a variety of areas. Performing work in areas that are not environmentally controlled. Performing the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation.
Skills : Planning, Checking.