S&C Supervisor

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Posting Title S&C Supervisor
Department Engineering
Position Profile Job Description:
Ensure the safety of all Signal Department personnel through various means including, but not limited to, quarterly safety meetings, safety walkabouts, and efficiency testing for rules compliance.
Oversee the required GI testing
Manage budgets and workforce productivity within CN policy and its Five Guiding Principles.
Ensure compliance with CN Signals and Communications Codes, and general good-practice maintenance, of all signal apparatuses.
Working Conditions:
o The position is both indoors and outdoors.
o Need to manage changing project schedules, priorities and deadlines.
o Intermittent periods of overtime.
o Required to be on call.
o Will be required at times to travel to outdoor field sites, in varying weather conditions.
o Will be required to respond to emergency situations as needed.
Employment Requirements:
o High School diploma or GED
o 2+ years of experience in the Signals department
o Good computer skills; especially working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs (Excel, Word).
Disclaimer CN is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. It is our policy to fill vacant positions with qualified candidates without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, or disability, assuming an individual can perform the essential functions of the job with or without accommodation.
Only qualified candidates under consideration will be contacted. Please monitor your email on a regular basis, as communication is primarily made through email.
Position Template 60-004 T - Signal & Communication Supervisor
City Stevens Point
Province/State Wisconsin
Country United States
Removal Date 02-Nov-2014

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