railroad foreman resume example with 12+ years of experience

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Motivated employee learns quickly in fast-paced, high-volume environments. Consistently adheres to safety standards. Maintains open availability and flexibility to work various shifts. Skilled equipment operator offering 13 years of experience in a railroad environment. Focused on being productive and safety-minded at all times. Detail-oriented team player with strong organizational skills. Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously with a high degree of accuracy.

  • Diagnosis and repair
  • Preventative maintenance
  • Equipment monitoring
  • Power and Hand Tools
  • Machine Operation
  • Worksite safety
  • Machine Calibration
  • Forklift Operation
  • railroad operation
  • FRA Guidelines
  • Self-Motivated
  • Decision-Making
  • Excellent Communication
  • Multitasking Abilities
  • Attention to Detail
  • Dependable and Responsible
  • Teamwork and Collaboration
  • Problem-Solving
  • PPE Compliance
  • Maintenance and Repair
  • Daily Vehicle Inspections
  • Safe equipment operation
  • Commercial driving
  • Operating hydraulics
  • Pneumatic tool operation
  • Spike replacement
  • Railway repairs
Foreman School Wilmington, DE, Expected in 11/2015 : Railroad - GPA :
Boonsboro High School Boonsboro, MD Expected in 06/1989 High School Diploma : - GPA :

    I have been with the railroad industry for little over 13 years. I started as a trackman after several months I moved up to a qualified equipment operator from 2012 to present. I was also a qualified CDL class A truck driver during that period as well. I Then went on to becoming a qualified track foreman. I still operated equipment I was qualified on throughout the years.

Wayne Farms, Inc. - Railroad Foreman
Clermont, GA, 11/2015 - Current
  • Monitored safety compliance to maintain strict standards and protect team members from harm.
  • Scheduled and oversaw maintenance, repair and installation activities.
  • Kept watchful eye on equipment inventories, optimizing work readiness and aligning supplies with specifications for each job.
  • Managed efficient teams of up to 60 railroad employees.
  • Evaluated final results to determine quality levels and isolate root causes of any identified faults.
  • Utilized proper tools and materials to adhere to safety guidelines.
  • Take track out of service and get foul time.
  • Keep track of all employees time and enter into system.
  • Inspect and walk track for any defects and or repairs.
  • Ran every type of units tie, surfacing, rail.
Raising Cane's - Rail Road Equipment Operator ( EWE B )
Keller, TX, 02/2012 - Current
  • Operated machining equipment safely with team of operators.
  • Communicated with ground team members and fellow operators to prevent safety hazards and keep materials moving.
  • Maintained and cleaned equipment after each job and inspected.
  • Operated range of heavy equipment on regular basis with advanced skill.
  • Completed diligent equipment inspections, repairs, and maintenance actions to prolong life of each piece of machinery.
  • Completed minor repairs and replacements of equipment parts to restore functionality.
  • Trained in diverse pieces of equipment and useful attachments to handle team needs.
  • Tie handler
  • Jr tamper
  • regulator
  • Spiker
  • Spike puller
  • Prime mover
  • Trip machine ( tie inserter )
  • loader
  • Speed Swing
  • Mat weld
  • Fork lift
  • Jet blower
  • Clip applicator
  • Anchor applicator
  • Rail heater
  • Miles of track traveling on track equipment
Amtrak - Truck Driver
City, STATE, 07/2011 - 02/2012
  • Maintained daily, legible DOT log book and submitted corresponding documents.
  • Demonstrated safe driving by following regulations and safety procedures, resulting in zero accidents.
  • Operated with safety and skill to avoid accidents and delays.
  • Inspected trucks for malfunctions and reported vehicles to management for corrective action.
  • Completed routine maintenance on truck to keep in working order.
  • Inspected trucks and trailers before each trip to assess safety and identify maintenance concerns.
  • Trained and qualified on diverse CDL trucks.
  • Grapple truck & the claw
  • Boom truck
  • Dump truck with side dump
  • Welding truck
Amtrak - Railroad Track Laborer
City, STATE, 01/2011 - 04/2011
  • Ground ends of new or worn rails to attain smooth joints using portable grinders.
  • Repaired miles of damaged track across different types of terrain.
  • Repaired damaged track parts and welded new components to existing parts.
  • Replaced rail fishplates or Joint bared.
  • Assisted with day-to-day operations, working efficiently and productively with all team members.
  • Hand tools spiking hammers, claw bars, pigs feet, sledge hammers, pan puller, clip applicators, track jacks, hydraulic track jacks, lining bars, titers bar, spoon, fork.
  • Power tools, rail saw, hydraulic rail saw, nutter, rail drill, grinder, web grinders, gas grinder, hydraulic grinder, hydraulic spiker, hydraulic nutter.

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School Attended

  • Foreman School
  • Boonsboro High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Railroad Foreman
  • Rail Road Equipment Operator ( EWE B )
  • Truck Driver
  • Railroad Track Laborer


  • High School Diploma

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