Transit Systems 2019-10-08 2019-10-21

Chief Supervisor, Rail Track Maintenance

Company: Miami-Dade County View more listings
Location: Miami, Florida
Job Status: Full-time
Job ID: 116801

Minimum Salary: $72,058.74 - Maximum Salary: $129,305.80

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in Construction Engineering, Civil Engineering or Railroad Engineering and three years of supervisory experience in railroad track components and structures are required; OR high school diploma, GED, or vocational school with formal training in railroad track components, structures, inspection and repairs, and seven years of experience in railroad track or track structural maintenance to include three years of experience in a supervisory capacity are required. Shift work is required.

Proof of education and work experience to meet minimum qualifications must be presented and will be verified. The DTPW classification of Chief Supervisor, Rail Track Maintenance performs safety-sensitive functions and is subject to the provisions of the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Drug and Alcohol Regulations.

This is advanced supervisory and administrative work in the maintenance of Heavy Rail Vehicle and sub-system equipment in a rail transportation system. An employee in this class supervises through subordinate supervisors the diagnosis, testing, inspection, installation, repair and maintenance of Rail Vehicle.

Responsibilities include general supervision of Rail Vehicle maintenance and repair activities, enforcement of safety practices and procedures, preparation of budgetary estimates and requests, coordination of preventive maintenance scheduling, and participation in investigations of equipment failures and accidents involving Heavy Rail Vehicle equipment. The incumbent exercises considerable independent judgment in the development and implementation of Rail Vehicle maintenance programs and activities. Supervision is exercised through subordinate supervisors over a staff of technicians and related employees engaged in the diagnosis, repair and maintenance of Rail Vehicle equipment. Supervision is received from a technical and administrative superior who evaluates work for efficiency and effectiveness of Rail Vehicle repair and maintenance activities. Miami-Dade is in the process of implementing a new Heavy Rail car fleet. The Chief Supervisor will be involved in the day-to-day integration of the new Heavy Rail car maintenance and repair activities.

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