Car Cleaner

Responsible for rail car cleaning and maintenance in accordance with FRA and AAR Regulations.
This is accomplished by performing all or any combination of the following duties:
- Sweep and remove debris from railcars.
- Inspect interior and exterior of cars.
- Must be able to drive a tractor and back a trailer.
- Have ability to use cutting torch.
- Have limited use of stick welding, and oxygen and acetylene.
- Must insure that all company guidelines are met, and that all safety rules are followed when performing duties.
- Must be able to read and understand blueprints, make car repairs in compliance with FRA & AAR rules and keep good repair records.
- Should be able to perform foreign car repairs, as well as fleet car repairs.
-Must operate fork lift and work closely with other departments at derailment sites.
- May be asked to perform other duties as requested or required.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The individual will possess 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
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled

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