Able to drive a stick, valid drivers license, good math and computer skills, and also the ability to have logic and deductive reasoning.
The Rail Supervisor is responsible for organizing and scheduling staff and directing the day-to-day operations of all rail functions. This position is responsible for ensuring the quality loading of vehicles onto out-bound trains and un-loading vehicles from inbound trains through efficient productivity of the work crews. This position coordinates the activities of all rail crews under the direction of the Terminal Manager to ensure a well-coordinated, productive operation.
List in order of importance the major responsibilities of the job, estimate the percentage of time spent on each responsibility (the main function of the job may or may not be the one where the most time is spent).
• Responsible for the daily scheduling of personnel in order to load & unload vehicles in a productive, cost efficient manner.
• Direct the facility’s day-to-day activities
o Oversee loading operations
o Oversee unloading operations
o Oversee receipt and scanning of vehicles into inventory system
o Oversee vehicle movement
• Assign personnel to job locations
• Ensure personnel have the support, tools and supplies needed for production
• Conduct audits and make suggestions for corrective actions as needed
• Observe and assist where needed
• Make appropriate changes in activities if needed
• Ensure all policies and procedures are followed
• Daily communication with leads, other staff, and office personnel to determine staffing, supply and operational needs, and ensures these needs are met
• Ensures new personnel receive the appropriate training
• Responsible for the progressive disciplinary process in the area of counseling, warnings, and other corrective action to ensure that a productive labor climate exists
• Document performance issues and coordinate all corrective action with Terminal Manager
• Responsible for safety programs in order to provide a safe, clean workplace for all personnel and within the regulations of local, state, and