Pueblo, CO, United States
May 12, 2022
Aug 25, 2022
ENSCO is seeking a Senior Rail Track Maintainer with experience within the railway industry to provide maintenance, repair and inspection of rail track in support of research, testing and training services to the railway industry in the areas of track; rollingstock; signals and communications; and human factors.Essential Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:Modify and setup test tracks in support of testing projects and programs in areas of performance, reliability and safety.Provide insight and suggestions for installation, modification and maintenance of rail track for the unique purposes for testing programs.Operate track maintenance machinery such as but not limited to: tamper, regulator and speedswing. Install, maintain, repair and inspect railroad track on various classes of test track using hand & track tools, materials and equipment. Operate spike puller to pull old spikes from ties. Drills holes through rails, tie plates, and joint bars for insertion of bolts and spike, using power drill. Operate track-wrench machine to tighten or loosen bolts at joint bars. Operate rail saw to cut rails to specified lengths. Operate portable grinder to grind worn ends of rails. Raise rail, using hydraulic jack, to facilitate removal of old tie and installation of new tie. Accountable for compliance of all operating rules, policies and guidelines. Attend rules and safety classes and ensure all rules are followed as directed by the Company, FRA, and other governing agencies. Any other duties as assigned by the Company. Testing programs run day and night, so shift flexibility is a must. Shifts may include morning, afternoon, evening, and overnight. Overtime, weekend, and holiday hours may also be required.Five (5) to (7) years’ experience maintaining track.Experience performing maintenance and repairs of rail track in support of testing operations. Ability to react well under pressure in high-stressed situations; accept responsibility for own actions.Observe all safety and security procedures; determine appropriate action beyond guidelines; report potentially unsafe conditions; use equipment and materials properly.Strong attention to detail and ability to maintain focus for the entirety of the shift.Ability to build professional and courteous relationships with your colleagues and supervisorsMust be able to work independently and as part of a diverse interdisciplinary teamMust be able to safely climb a 15 foot high ladderRailroad regulations require that the selected candidate must pass an e-RAILSAFE security background check and online safety tests to work on railroad properties. Wearing safety equipment (hardhat, steel-toe boots, protective vest and protective eye glasses) when working on railroad properties is also a requirement. ENSCO will provide all necessary safety equipment.This safety sensitive position will be subject to drug and alcohol screening.Seven (7) plus years’ experience performing track maintenance in accordance with FRA track standards. Experience performing maintenance and repairs of track in support of testing operations. Knowledge and experience in selecting appropriate materials and repair methods in accordance with FRA track standards.#LI-JV1ENSCO’s Applied Technology and Engineering (ATE) Division is a leading provider of surface transportation research and technology development services with a long history of supporting railway, transit, and highway safety initiatives. Our products and services are provided to government agencies focused on transportation safety and security. ENSCO work protects our surface transportation network and has a significant impact on the protection of human life, the environment, and the economy. ENSCO’s ATE Division is part of the greater Surface Transportation Group (STG) within ENSCO, Inc.Our staff conducts impactful research and advances technology in many exciting areas including:The behavior of railroad and transit track, rolling stock, vehicle components as well as control systems under a wide range of operating conditions.Advancement of leading-edge technologies including autonomous, non-contact and machine vision-based approaches for asset condition assessment.The application of artificial intelligence and predictive analytics to today’s most challenging asset maintenance issues.ENSCO’s ATE Division is an exciting place to work and grow with many key benefits for technical staff, including:The opportunity to work with talented engineers, programmers, and scientists at all levels of the design and development process to solve challenging transportation issues.The chance to participate in testing and research initiatives utilizing unique test facilities and technologies.Bonuses for conference presentations and publicationsDirect exposure to customer personnel, financial management and business development.Working in ENSCO’s ATE Division provides a means to acquire a wide range of practical skills and experience in a short period of time, work on exciting, ground-breaking projects that impact transportation safety and offers domestic travel opportunities if desired.ENSCO provides a stimulating, collaborative, multi-discipline environment with coworkers from diverse technical and cultural backgrounds working together to make the world a safer place. Come join a stable and growing company and experience the reward of seeing the results of your work make an impact on some of the world’s most challenging transportation problems.ENSCO, Inc. and its wholly owned U.S. subsidiaries are equal opportunity/affirmative action employers, committed to diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status, or any other protected characteristic under state or local law.
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