Careers

RailPros Field Services, Inc. (RPFS) is led and operated by an enthusiastic team of professionals with a history of service excellence. We take pride in our efforts to continue to provide our clients with a job well done.

We are experiencing constant growth and expansion to service our clients’ needs. Our employees receive competitive benefits, career growth opportunities, and leadership from seasoned professionals. Our leaders believe the success of the company will best be achieved by employees that are successful at doing their jobs. We continue to explore new trends and technologies that assist our staff in being the best they can be in their role now and in future growth.

To apply for a position, please complete the Employment Application

You may submit the completed application via any of the following methods:

Current Job Openings

Various States - Midwest and Southern United States

  • Utility Operations Assistant

    Summary

    The Utility Operations Assistant works with the Utility Manager helping with operations and provides vital daily support for the company utility operations group.  Significant customer interaction, travel arrangements, office/administrative tasks and data entry. The Utility Operations Assistant serves as support to the utility business operations group.

    Essential Functions

    Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    Internal Operations

    • Communicate weekly with the Signal Manager and assist in any travel accommodations and track signal equipment for his team.
    • Communicate weekly with the Utility Manger and assist in any travel accommodations for his team.
    • Attend reoccurring meetings with the Utility team staff for guidance, support and communication of key company information.
    • Communicate with team members to assure consistency and efficiency.
    • Appropriately delegate any questions that the Field Personnel may have concerning Human Resource questions, Payroll Questions or any general information needed.
    • Assist the Utility team with invoice or billing issues as needed.
    • Assist in all On Boarding paperwork for new Utility hires.

    General Operations

    • Assist the Utility team on project start up paperwork (Cover Pages, DoForms, etc.)
    • Personally exhibit a high level of communication with the Utility team members, as well as other company departments.

    Marketing

    • Assist with marketing team to stay informed of current projects and offer help when needed.

    Work Environment

    This job operates in a professional office environment.  This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines.  Position will report to the Grapevine, Texas office.

    Physical Demands

    This is largely a sedentary role; however some filing may be required.  This would require the ability to lift files, open file cabinets and bend or stand as necessary.

     

    Position Type and Expected Hours of Work

    This is a full-time, salary, exempt position.

    Travel

    Some travel may be required with this position.

    Required Education and Experience

    1. Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
    2. Intermediate to Advanced Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word

    Rate of Pay

    Based on Experience.

    Utility Operations Assistant

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  • Field Services Coordinator

    Excellent opportunity for growth and advancement!  $15-$17/hr for an ideal candidate.

    1705 W Northwest Hwy, Ste. 150

    Grapevine, Texas 76051

    Job Description and Responsibilities

    We are seeking a Field Services Coordinator (FSC). The FSC will be responsible for:

    • Responsible for high volume telephone interaction with clients, vendors, employees / subcontractors and all other Field Services related inquiries.
    • Work closely with property Management teams to ensure that every job is scheduled with information provided to appropriate parties and that the master schedule is updated to include all relevant information.
    • Maintains communication with clients and vendors
    • Follow up on quotes and project information sheets
    • Book training classrooms, some travel arrangements
    • Assists with payroll processing, reviews invoices and billing
    • Review RailPros Subcontractor invoices semi-monthly
    • Perform additional tasks as assigned
    The ideal candidate will have :
    • 2-5 years experience
    • AA in Business or Administration is preferred, but will consider equivalent work
    • Must have excellent telephone skills
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite
    • Needs to be flexible and able to prioritize, handling multiple tasks from various managers in a fast-paced environment.
    • Must be available between the hours of 7am-7pm for flexible work times Monday – Friday depending on the needs of the business.
    Minimum Experience

    2-5 years working experience in an office environment

    RailPros Field Services, Inc. provides on-site staff throughout the nation to both public and private sector clients including agencies, Class 1 railroad, cities, and private companies. We provide project management, construction management, inspection, and railroad flagging for both large and small projects. Clients include Union Pacific Railroad, Kansas City Southern Railroad, Norfolk Southern, Canadian National Railroad, Burlington Northern Santa Fe and Canadian Pacific.

    Education

    AA preferred but will consider equivalent work experience

    Compensation depends on experience and qualifications.

    RailPros Field Services, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of merit. Company policy prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, creed, gender, religion, marital status, registered domestic partner status, age, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition including genetic characteristics, sexual orientation, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws.

    Field Services Coordinator

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  • Roadway Worker in Charge (RWIC)

    **IMMEDIATE NEEDS IN:, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Central/Southern Illinois, Southern Oklahoma, Northern Texas,  Arizona, Kansas, Colorado, Northern/Southern California, Oregon/Washington, Wisconsin, Chicago, South Missouri, Tennessee/Mississippi**

    RailPros Field Services has a need for Roadway Worker In Charge (RWIC) associates for our nation-wide services to the railroad industry. The locations of need are associated with the service areas of the following railroads BNSF, CP, CN, KCS, UP, NS, Amtrak.

    Minimum Experience

    • The ideal candidate for this position will have at least 1-2 years of direct railroad experience, preferably within the Maintenance of Way (MOW) department as a flagger.
    • Candidates will have significant experience with similar work, with background in such roles as roadmasters, signal managers, track inspectors, signal and bridge inspectors, and foremen.
    • Other railroad and railroad construction experience will be considered.
    • Must be able to identify and correct safety issues on the job-site in accordance with railroad regulations.
    • Strong verbal and written communication is required.

    Job Description

    • The RWIC will perform on-site roadway worker protection supporting for both 3rd-party and railroad activities on and around live railroad tracks. The FIC is responsible for jobsite coordination, dispatcher/train communication, and various types of On-Track Safety in controlled and non-controlled track.
    • The RWIC is required to perform daily job briefings with all personnel on the job site and ensure all personnel adhere to the safety requirements of the railroad.
    • Commonly used tools and equipment weigh 15 to 90 pounds and will often be handled multiple times throughout the day.
    • Many RWIC assignments require walking or standing for extended periods.
    • RWIC assignments may require travel away from home for varying lengths of time.
    • The position is on-call as needed and hours worked will vary.
    • Maintain safety credentials and actively participate in routine reoccurring safety classes and qualification training.
    • Submit daily work reports using a tablet that accurately depict what occurred on the jobsite and train passage through the jobsite each day. Complete other reports as may be required.

    Employment is dependent on successful passing of drug/alcohol testing, safety class, on-site training, railroad safety test, and a background check.

    Required experience:

    • Railroad Experience: 2 years

    For immediate consideration please submit a completed application.

    Locations:

     Wisconsin

    Minnesota

    Iowa

    Central/Southern Illinois

    Southern Oklahoma

    Northern Texas

    Arizona

    Kansas

    Colorado

    Northern/Southern California

    Oregon

    Washington

    Wisconsin

    Chicago

    South Missouri

    Tennessee

    Mississippi

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    Roadway Worker in Charge (RWIC)

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  • Supervisor RWIC Operations (West Coast Business Unit)

    RailPros Field Services, Inc. is pleased to announce that we are recruiting for a Supervisor for the NEW West Coast Business Unit for the companies RWIC Operations. The new business unit will provide RWIC services to all customer (UP, BNSF, SCRRA, Sounder, etc.) across the West Coast.

    Job Description – Supervisor RWIC Operations (West Coast Business Unit)

    Summary
    Under the direct supervision of the RWIC operations business unit manager, this position provides field supervision to the flagmen working various flagging assignment across the West Coast business unit. The supervisor also assists the manager with scheduling, approval of DWRs, company billing process, safety audits, training, and other duties as required. Rules knowledge and the ability to teach the proper application of the rules to the flagging team is essential. This position provides essential oversight and support to our “Service Excellence” goal.

    Essential Functions
    Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    Field operations
    • Essential Characteristic of Leadership – Excellent support for the flagging employees and continuous advancement of the favorable reputation of the company.
    • Actively support Service Excellence in our flagging team (Prepare, Equip, and Deliver)
    • Promote a culture that achieves safe, on-time, error and incident free service to our clients and the company
    • Provide day–to-day supervision of the assigned flagging team
    • Mentor flagmen to continue to improve performance and job skills
    • Monitor daily flagging schedule and work with RWIC manager to facilitate any changes to the schedule
    • Frequent and continuous visits to jobsites to monitor daily work performance
    • Audit and evaluate the flagmen and provide regular feedback to the flagmen and the RWIC manager
    • Maintain a supply of equipment for use by the flagmen in the field as needed
    • Provide maintenance support for the equipment in the field and repair equipment as needed
    • Approve DWRs and work with flagging team to assure they are submitted on-time and error free
    • Train new and existing flagmen both in a classroom setting and in the field
    • Provide a written weekly plan identifying goals and activities for the following week

    Marketing and Growth
    • Actively recruit new flagmen and assist with the screening of flagmen candidates
    • Market and promote RPFS to our existing clients and potential clients

    Supervisory Responsibility
    This position provides leadership and direct supervision of the assigned RWIC flagging team

    Work Environment
    This job operates in a field environment

    RWIC Supervisor Job Description (Continued)

    Physical Demands
    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Must be able to see, hear, and speak clearly in English. Must be able to drive long distances and travel by other modes as necessary. Must be able to stand for long periods and able to walk level or uneven ground. Must be able to lift, push, pull, or carry up to 90 pounds.

    Position Type and Expected Hours of Work This is a full-time, salary, exempt position

    Work Location
    This position will be headquartered in the greater Los Angeles area. The assigned region will include the following states: California, Oregon, and Washington. Assignments outside this base region will occur and area of coverage is subject to change as the business may require.

    Travel
    The position requires significant travel to flagmen work locations, meetings, and training sessions.

    Required Education and Experience
    • The ideal candidate for this position will have at least 5 years of direct railroad experience, preferably within the Maintenance of Way (MOW) department as a RWIC.
    • Knowledgeable in GCOR Operating Rules and experienced working under railroad rules
    • Must have a valid driver license
    • Must have and then maintain the necessary safety credentials
    • Must reside in the service area for assigned business unit
    • Must be proficient in the use of email, and computers and in Word, Excel, Adobe, PowerPoint, and Google Drive.
    • Must be able to provide support in trouble shooting radio issues and provide programming support
    • Must demonstrate strong interpersonal communications skills in working with office support staff, flagmen, railroad officials, potential clients, and existing clients

    Rate of Pay
    Based on Experience

    Supervisor RWIC Operations (West Coast Business Unit)

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  • Manager RWIC Operations (West Coast Business Unit)

    RailPros Field Services, Inc. is pleased to announce that we are recruiting for a Manager for the NEW West Coast Business Unit for the companies RWIC Operations. The new business unit will provide RWIC services to all customer (UP, BNSF, SCRRA, Sounder, etc.) across the West Coast.

    Job Description – Manager RWIC Operations (West Coast Business Unit)

    Summary
    Under the direct supervision of the Senior Director Development and Field Operations, this position provides the overall leadership for the RWIC team service our various flagging clients across the West Coast business unit. The Manager oversees the scheduling, approval of DWRs, company billing process, safety audits, training, and other duties as required. Rules knowledge and the ability to teach the proper application of the rules to the flagging team is essential. This position provides essential oversight and support to our “Service Excellence” goal.

    Essential Functions
    Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    Field operations
    • Essential Characteristic of Leadership – Excellent support for the flagging employees and continuous advancement of the favorable reputation of the company
    • Actively support Service Excellence in our flagging team (Prepare, Equip, and Deliver)
    • Promote a culture that achieves safe, on-time, error and incident free service to our clients and the company
    • Provide the day–to-day leadership to manage the West Coast Business Unit.
    • Provide leadership, direction and support to the RWIC Supervisor who serves as a direct report
    • Work with RPSF leadership and to achieve continuous improvement in the operation and management of business
    • Mentor flagmen to continue to improve performance and job skills
    • Monitor daily flagging schedule and work with RWIC manager to facilitate any changes to the schedule
    • Frequent and continuous visits to jobsites to monitor daily work performance
    • Audit and evaluate the flagmen and provide regular feedback to the flagmen and the RWIC manager
    • Maintain a supply of equipment for use by the flagmen in the field as needed
    • Provide maintenance support for the equipment in the field and repair equipment as needed
    • Approve DWRs and work with flagging team to assure they are submitted on-time and error free
    • Train new and existing flagmen both in a classroom setting and in the field
    • Provide a written weekly plan identifying goals and activities for the following week

    Marketing and Growth
    • Actively recruit new flagmen and the screening of flagmen candidates
    • Market and promote RPFS to our existing clients and potential clients

    Management Responsibility
    This position provides leadership and direct supervision of the entire West Coast Business Unit RWIC flagging team

    RWIC Manager Job Description (Continued)

    Work Environment
    This job operates in a field environment

    Physical Demands
    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Must be able to see, hear, and speak clearly in English. Must be able to drive long distances and travel by other modes as necessary. Must be able to stand for long periods and able to walk level or uneven ground. Must be able to lift, push, pull, or carry up to 90 pounds.

    Position Type and Expected Hours of Work This is a full-time, salary, exempt position

    Work Location
    This positon will be headquartered in the greater Los Angeles area. The assigned region will include the following states: California, Oregon, and Washington. Assignments outside this base region will occur and area of coverage is subject to change as the business may require.

    Travel
    The position requires significant travel to flagmen work locations, meetings, and training sessions.

    Required Education and Experience
    • The ideal candidate for this position will have at least 5 years of direct railroad experience, preferably within the Maintenance of Way (MOW) department as a RWIC.
    • Knowledgeable in GCOR Operating Rules and experienced working under railroad rules
    • Must have a valid driver license
    • Must have and then maintain the necessary safety credentials
    • Must reside in close proximity of the assigned headquarter for the business unit
    • Must be proficient in the use of email, and computers and in Word, Excel, Adobe, PowerPoint, and Google Drive.
    • Must be able to provide support in trouble shooting radio issues and provide programming support
    • Must demonstrate strong interpersonal communications skills in working with office support staff, flagmen, railroad officials, potential clients, and existing clients

    Rate of Pay
    Based on Experience

    Manager RWIC Operations (West Coast Business Unit)

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  • RWIC Supervisor-UP

    RailPros Field Services, Inc. is pleased to announce that we are recruiting for a Supervisor within our RWIC Operations for the UP business unit.
    Job Description — Supervisor RWIC Operations (UP Business Unit)
    Summary
    Under the direct supervision of the RWIC operations business unit manager, this position provides field supervision to the flagmen working various flagging assignment across the UP. The supervisor also assists the manager with scheduling, approval of DWRs, company billing process, safety audits, training, and other duties as required. Rules knowledge and the ability to teach the proper application of the rules to the flagging team is essential. This position provides essential oversight and support to our “Service Excellence” goal.
    Essential Functions
    Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    Field operations
    •Actively support Service Excellence in our flagging team (Prepare, Equip, and Deliver)
    •Promote a culture that achieves safe, on-time, error and incident free service to our clients and thecompany
    •Provide day–to-day supervision of the assigned flagging team
    •Mentor flagmen to continue to improve performance and job skills
    •Monitor daily flagging schedule and work with RWIC manager to facilitate any changes to theschedule
    •Frequent and continuous visits to jobsites to monitor daily work performance
    •Audit and evaluate the flagmen and provide regular feedback to the flagmen and the RWICmanager
    •Maintain a supply of equipment for use by the flagmen in the field as needed
    •Provide maintenance support for the equipment in the field and repair equipment as needed
    •Approve DWRs and work with flagging team to assure they are submitted on-time and error free
    •Train new and existing flagmen both in a classroom setting and in the field
    •Provide a written weekly plan identifying goals and activities for the following week
    Marketing and Growth
    •Actively recruit new flagmen and assist with the screening of flagmen candidates
    •Market and promote RPFS to our existing clients and potential clients
    Supervisory Responsibility
    This position provides leadership and direct supervision of the assigned RWIC flagging team
    Work Environment This job operates in a field environment

    Physical Demands
    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Must be able to see, hear, and speak clearly in English. Must be able to drive long distances and travel by other modes as necessary. Must be able to stand for long periods and able to walk level or uneven ground. Must be able to lift, push, pull, or carry up to 90 pounds.
    Position Type and Expected Hours of Work
    This is a full-time, salary, exempt position
    Travel
    The position requires significant travel to flagmen work locations, meetings, and training sessions.
    Required Education and Experience
    •The ideal candidate for this position will have at least 5 years of direct railroad experience,preferably within the Maintenance of Way (MOW) department as a RWIC.
    •Knowledgeable in GCOR Operating Rules and experienced working under UP rules
    •Must have a valid driver license
    •Must have and then maintain the necessary safety credentials
    •Must reside in the service area for assigned business unit
    •Must be proficient in the use of email, and computers and in Word, Excel, Adobe, PowerPoint, andGoogle Drive.
    •Must be able to provide support in trouble shooting radio issues and provide programming support
    •Must demonstrate strong interpersonal communications skills in working with office support staff,flagmen, railroad officials, potential clients, and existing clients
    Rate of Pay
    Based on Experience

    RWIC Supervisor-UP

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  • Assistant Vice President-Strategic Relations

    Summary

    RailPros Field Services provides diversified engineering and safety services to the railroad and transit industries. RailPros Field Services has significant business relationships nation-wide with the Class 1’s, commuter agencies and short lines. We are currently seeking an Assistant Vice President – Strategic Relations to manage and grow our engineering services with particular attention to our expanding contract railroad flagging business. This position will be responsible for managing key accounts and other geographically connected accounts. The key focus is driving new business opportunities and ensuring effective retention and fulfillment of existing business.

    Essential Functions

    1. Develop and maintain a positive relationship with key account stakeholders at all levels
    2. Determine the quality and operational capabilities of the organization and drive additional sales
    3. Identify and execute improvements in the customer experience and align our service, messaging and technology to satisfy this goal
    4. Identify revenue opportunities within the key account and create a strategic plan to provide solutions that align with our existing or new service offerings
    5. Act as liaison for internal and external communications between the key account and RailPros
    6. Oversee projects associated with assigned key account, including but not limited to new development, internal and external communication, pilot programs and the timely addressing any support and service issues that may arise
    7. Maintain regular contact internally and with clients
    8. Coordinate and manage marketing and advertising campaigns
    9. Participate in creating and presenting pitches
    10. Resolve to the clients’ satisfaction any service related issues or concerns
    11. Develop and track a plan for growing the business portfolio
    12. Develop events and activities that create a high level of customer engagement
    13. Communicate and build marketing campaigns with business owners
    14. Be in the field meeting with the customer’s representatives on the job site
    15. Ensure reporting and communications is frequent and bi-directional between teams

     Competencies

    1. Deep knowledge of M/W and engineering services both internal and contracted
    2. Established relationships with management-level peers at the assigned Class 1 railroad, particularly in the M/W function
    1. Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
    2. Excellent organizational skills
    1. Must be proficient in the use of email, and computers and in Word, Excel, Adobe, PowerPoint, Google Drive and other software commonly employed to develop presentations and promotional materials
    2. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to work with cross-functional teams, field and office staff, railroad officials, potential clients and existing clients
    3. Proven ability to exercise discretion in the handling of sensitive and/or confidential materials and information

    Work Environment

    This job operates in an office environment and in the field at jobsites. This position requires the use of standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, etc.

     Physical Demands

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Must be able to read, write and speak English clearly.  Must be able to drive long distances and travel by other modes as necessary. Must be able to stand for long periods and able to walk level or uneven ground for prolonged periods.

     Position Type and Expected Hours of Work

    This is a full-time, salary, exempt position that typically works in-excess of 40-hours per week.

    Must have the ability and availability to travel freely, including weekends and at times, on holidays.

     Travel

    Routine travel is expected for this position (30 – 70%)

     Required Education and Experience

    1. The ideal candidate will hold a Bachelor’s degree in engineering or business or the equivalent
    2. The ideal candidate for this position will have at least 15 years of direct railroad experience within the Maintenance of Way (M/W) department with BNSF and have maintained an excellent network within the company and the industry
    3. The ideal candidate will have strong skills in presenting and delivering new concepts and methods

     Rate of Pay

    Based on experience and status as a senior M/W manager

     

     

    Assistant Vice President-Strategic Relations

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  • Junior Civil Transportation Engineer/Designer

    FOR IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION PLEASE SUBMIT AN APPLICATION TO careers@railprosfs.com

     

    RailPros Field Services, the premier nation-wide provider of railroad engineering has openings in Layton, Utah. Put your railroad experience to work. RailPros Field Services, Inc. (RPFS) offers competitive pay, flexible work assignments and an unparalleled training program.

    RPFS is a growing enterprise and we continue to expand.  Our employees receive competitive benefits, career growth opportunities and leadership from seasoned professionals.  Our team is centered on the belief that the success of the company will best be achieved by employees who are successful at doing their jobs.  We continue to explore new trends and technologies that assist our staff in being the best they can be in their roles now and in the future.

    We hire experienced railroad personnel to provide expert services to Class 1 railroads and various short-line properties across the country.

    RPFS is currently seeking a strong Junior Level Civil Transportation Engineer-in-Training to fill the position of Track Designer in our Layton, UT location. The role of the Junior Level Engineer-in-Training is to provide design, engineering, and observation activities related to freight rail and transit projects.

    The duties of this fast-paced, exciting position include, but are not limited to:

    • Assist engineers in designing various transportation and civil engineering projects
    • Perform alignment, draining, utilities, at-grade crossings, and earthwork design using

    Microstation, InRail, and occasionally AutoCAD

    • Cost estimating, specifications, and construction submittals review
    • Assist in preparation of construction plans for transportation projects
    • Limited field observation on project sites before, during, and after construction
    • Work closely with project managers to execute project deliverables

    Do you have:

    • 2 or more years of experience?
    • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering preferred, will consider commensurate experience?
    • Proficiency with Microstation, InRail and AutoCAD?
    • Proficiency in Word, Excel, Outlook, Adobe Acrobat?
    • Experience dealing with multiple managers?
    • Effective verbal and written communication skills?
    • Proven ability to be flexible, proactive, responsive and the ability to work independently?

    If the answer to these questions is YES, then a career with RailPros Field Services may be for you!

    Compensation between $25.00 – $30.00 per hour, depending upon experience.

    We offer a comprehensive benefits package (upon completion of 90 days of service) including Medical, Dental, Vision, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, Basic and Supplemental Life Insurance, 401k with Company matching, PTO and Paid Holidays.

    To apply, please go to our website, www.railprosfs.com, and complete our application!

     

    “Rail isn’t part of our business, it IS our business.”

    Junior Civil Transportation Engineer/Designer

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  • RailRoad Signalmen

    Part-Time Railroad Signalmen Openings!!

    RailPros Field Services provides professional field and design services for infrastructure projects on or near railroad facilities.  We have over 200 highly experienced railroad personnel providing expert services to all Class 1 railroads and various short-line properties across the country.

    RPFS is a growing enterprise and we continue to expand.  Our employees receive competitive benefits, career growth opportunities and leadership from seasoned professionals.  Our team is centered on the belief that the success of the company will best be achieved by employees who are successful at doing their jobs.  We continue to explore new trends and technologies that assist our staff in being the best they can be in their roles now and in the future.

    We hire experienced railroad personnel to provide expert services to Class 1 railroads and various short-line properties across the country.

    We are actively recruiting 10 Full and Part Time Railroad Signalmen, to perform signal cutovers, signal testing, signal maintenance and signal inspection and quality control.

    Do you have:

    • 5 years or more of recent railroad signal experience?
    • 5 years or more of experience in signal cutovers, signal testing, signal maintenance, PTC, Cab signals, software testing and Freight or passenger rail experience?
    • Proven problem solving skills?
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills?
    • A commitment to safety and service excellence?

    If the answer to these questions is YES, then a career with RailPros Field Services may be for you!

    To apply for this position, please click here

    Areas include Texas, California, and Utah

     

     

    “Rail isn’t part of our business, it IS our business

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  • Part-Time Commercial Building Inspector

    Under direction, the Part Time Commercial Building Inspector will perform a variety of administrative and supervisory duties as the chief assistant to clients including, but not limited to supervision of assigned staff;  providing technical assistance in the field; reviewing and checking of plans; to reviewing reports; and making recommendations to clients, supervisors and inspectors.

     

    Examples of Duties

    • Inspect building plans as well as plans and specifications for commercial facilities.
    • Review inspection reports; make judgments regarding technical problems.
    • Assist the client with development of alternative solutions to technical construction problems. Interpret inspectional policies and procedures.
    • Respond to inquiries regarding inspectional activities, codes, and ordinances.
    • Develop and prepare office and field policies and procedures.
    • Maintain records and prepare reports.
    • Prepare budgets and maintain budget controls.
    • Assist in the planning, scheduling, and supervision of inspections in the enforcement of building, plumbing, electrical, energy and mechanical codes and regulations.
    • Supervise and assist in plan checking activity and office functions.
    • Make presentations to clients.
    • Perform field inspections and consultations for Building, Condemnation, Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical, Architectural and related construction activities.

    Requirements

    • Minimum of three (3) years of experience in building construction, inspection, checking of plans and specifications, zoning, or code enforcement.
    • A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in engineering, architecture, or a related field, is preferred.
    • Ability to understand and interpret plans and specifications.
    • Ability to discuss technical problems clearly and effectively, orally and in writing.
    • Previous experience in the supervision, train training, and evaluation of assigned staff.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Strong customer service skills with the ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with Company and Client personnel.
    • Proven knowledge of methods, practices, materials, equipment, and safety hazards associated with construction, remodeling, and repair activities.
    • Proven knowledge of relevant provisions of City, State, and Model building, electrical, plumbing, and mechanical codes and standards.
    • Possession of a valid Texas driver’s license is required.
    • Possession of a current State of Texas Plumbing Inspector license is preferred.
    • Possession of International Code Council (ICC) certification (such as residential and/or commercial building inspector, plans examiner, electrical inspector, mechanical inspector, and energy inspector) is preferred.
    • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds is required.
    • Ability to travel 25 – 50% is also required.

    For Immediate consideration, please submit an application, resume, and salary history to careers@railprosfs.com.

    Part-Time Commercial Building Inspector

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  • Director of Safety, Rules, and Training

    Summary

    The Director Safety, Rules and Training (SR&T) directs the development and implementation of system-wide safety, health and environmental initiatives in accordance with RailPros Filed Services safety commitment, customer requirements and governmental regulations.   The Director SR&T serves as the primary liaison with field associates, customers, federal, state and local agencies and other external stakeholders in these areas. The position provides essential service and support to our Safety commitment and Service Excellence goal.

    Essential Functions

    1. Develops and oversees the implementation and maintenance of the RailPros Field Services System Safety Program Plan and related health, safety and environmental policies and procedures and ensures conformity with applicable regulations and policies.
    2. Serves as the key member of the Senior Safety Council and act as the primary resource for safety, health and environmental matters.
    3. Investigates all incidents and accidents to ensure that root causes and lessons learned are identified and that corrective actions are implemented.
    4. Manages compliance reporting consistent with Federal Railroad Administration in addition to related regulatory requirements.
    5. Manages contracts for the services, equipment, materials, supplies, or products related to health, safety and environmental programs.
    6. Manages the Company’s Drug and Alcohol testing program.
    7. Develops and maintains RPFS CFR 243 training program documents.
    8. Develops policies and procedures that ensure compliance with environmental laws and the Sustainability Plan, while meeting operational needs.
    9. Performs other duties as assigned.

    Competencies

    1. Expert knowledge in FRA railroad rules and regulations.
    2. Expert knowledge in Roadway Worker Regulations and the practical application in the field
    3. Expert knowledge in GCOR and/or US Operating Rules and experience working under Class 1 Railroad
    4. Highly effective as an instructor/teacher for adult learners.
    5. Ability to develop teaching resources, such as presentations, workbooks, tests, checklists and other items to develop and enhance associate safety and rules competence.
    6. Must be proficient in the use of email, and computers and in Word, Excel, Adobe, PowerPoint, Google Drive and other software commonly employed to develop presentations and educational materials.
    7. Proven leadership skills.
    8. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to work with federal, state and local agencies, regulators, field and office staff, railroad officials, potential clients and existing clients.
    9. Proven ability to exercise discretion in the handling of sensitive and/or confidential materials and information.

    Work Environment

    This job operates in an office environment, classroom setting and in the field at jobsites. Common this this position is the use of standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines.

    Physical Demands

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Must be able to read, write and speak clear English.  Must be able to drive long distances and travel by other modes as necessary. Must be able to stand for long periods and able to walk level or uneven ground for prolonged periods.

    Position Type and Expected Hours of Work

    This is a full-time, salary, exempt position that typically works in-excess of 40-hours per week.

    Must have the ability and availability to respond immediately to emergency or problem calls, and to be on call twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week.

     

    Travel

    Routine travel is expected for this position (40 – 60%).

    Required Education and Experience

     

    1. The ideal candidate will hold a Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Health and Safety or the equivalent.
    2. The ideal candidate for this position will have at least 7 years of direct railroad experience within the Maintenance of Way (MOW) department with a minimum of 3 years in the role of a safety, rules and training manager, or comparable role.
    3. Must have a valid driver license.

     

    Rate of Pay

    Based on Experience

    Director of Safety, Rules, and Training

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  • Junior Level Freight Rail Engineer-in-Training__Layton, Utah

    RailPros Field Services, Inc. is expanding and in need of a strong Junior Level Freight Rail Engineer-in-Training in our Layton, UT location. The role of the Junior Level Freight Rail Engineer-in-Training is to provide design, engineering, and observation activities related to freight rail and transit projects. Duties include but are not limited to:

    • Assist engineers in designing various rail and civil engineering projects
    • Perform alignment, draining, utilities, at-grade crossings
    • Earthwork design using AutoCAD / Microstation, InRail
    • Cost estimating, specifications, and construction submittals review
    • Assist in preparation of rail and civil plans for freight, commuter, and transit projects
    • Limited field observation on project sites before, during, and after construction
    • Work closely with project managers to execute project deliverables

    Specific Skills Required

    Including but not limited to:

    • 2-4 years’ experience
    • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering preferred, will consider commensurate experience
    • Proficiency in Word, Excel, Outlook, Adobe Acrobat
    • Experience dealing with multiple managers
    • Effective oral and written communication skills
    • Must be flexible, proactive, responsive and able to work independently

    Compensation and Benefits

    Compensation  depending on experience and qualifications

    Competitive benefits package after 90-day introductory period.

    Junior Level Freight Rail Engineer-in-Training__Layton, Utah

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  • Structures Engineer _ Utah

    JOB DESCRIPTION – STRUCTURES ENGINEER

    Summary

    RailPros Field Services has an opening for a Structural Engineer in our Utah office.  This position will report directly to the Utah office manager. The Structural Engineer will act as lead structures engineer for railroad projects including design, plan set production, design review, construction submittals review, etc.  Railroad structures include overpass bridges rated for AASHTO loadings, underpass bridges rated for E-80, retaining walls, unloading pits, and other structures supporting E-80 loadings. The Structural Engineer will provide oversight and guidance to junior engineers and manage projects. This position will be a main point of contact with clients, as well as review and write project proposals and budgets.

    Qualifications

    1. Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering
    2. 5-10 years experience
    3. Attention to detail and timely follow through of assigned tasks
    4. Ability to utilize theoretical methodology in reviewing and designing plans
    5. Effectively communicates with executive management, associate engineers, and clients
    6. Demonstrated design software skills including AutoCAD and Microstation
    7. Demonstrated engineering software skills with excel spreadsheets and other programs used for structural engineering calculations
    8. Ability to review, build, and maintain spreadsheets for code compliance and calculations

    Preferred Qualifications

    1. Railroad Track Design
    2. Bridge Design
    3. Structures Design (crash walls, retaining walls, unloading pits, etc.)
    4. Civil Design
    5. Previous experience in a supervisory role
    6. Professional Engineer (PE) Designation

    Supervisory Responsibility

    This position will supervise immediately or in the future, a junior project engineer

    Work Environment

    This job operates in a professional office environment.  This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines.

    Physical Demands

    This is largely a sedentary role, however travel to meeting and project site walks will be required.

     

    Position Type and Expected Hours of Work

    This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position

    Travel

    Some travel is required with this position

    Rate of Pay

    Based on experience

    To apply

    Please submit resume, employment application, and summary of qualifications and/or cover letter to <http://www.privatedaddy.com?q=QkdKcEd1S2tGBT5-2FeWJmOz1rN0h6CWxXb3k-3D_19>

     

    Structures Engineer _ Utah

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  • Track Designer (TX Location)

    Job Description

    RailPros Field Services, Inc. is expanding and in need of a strong Track Designer in our Grapevine, TX location. The role of the Track Designer is to provide design, engineering, and observation activities related to freight rail and transit projects. Duties include but are not limited to:

    • Assist engineers in designing of various rail and civil engineering projects including track and facilities
    • Perform alignment, drainage,utilities, at-grade crossings, and earthwork design using AutoCAD, Microstation, InRail
    • Cost estimating, specifications, construction materials submittals review, and construction bid documents
    • Assist in preparation of rail and civil plans for freight, commuter, and transit projects
    • Limited field obersvation on project sites before, during, and after construction
    • Work closely with project managers to execute project deliverables

    Requirements:

    • 0-2 years’ experience
    • Must have EIT
    • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering preferred, will consider commensurate experience
    • Experience in AutoCAD, Microstation, and InRail softwares
    • Proficiency in Word, Excel, Outlook, Adobe
    • Experience dealing with multiple managers
    • Effective oral and written communication skills
    • Must be flexible, proactive, responsive and able to work independently

    Compensation & Benefits:

    • $25 – $30/hr, Depending on Experience and Qualifications
    • PTO, paid holidays (after 90-day introductory period)
    • Health Benefits (after 90-day introductory period)
    • 401k

     

    Track Designer (TX Location)

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RWIC Flagging Employee - Signing BonusImage result for megaphone                                                           We are pleased to offer candidates who meet the eligibility requirements a signing bonus of $1,500.00. This bonus will be paid in one lump sum as part of the regularly scheduled payroll after you have successfully completed all of your field training requirements with RailPros Field Services. The signing bonus is taxable, and all regular payroll taxes will be withheld. In the event that you leave RailPros Field Services for any reason (voluntary or involuntary) within 12 months of your date of hire, you will be responsible for reimbursing the company for the entire signing bonus.

Equal Opportunity Employer

RailPros Field Services, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of merit. Company policy prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, creed, gender, religion, marital status, registered partner status, age, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition including genetic characteristics, sexual orientation, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws.

 
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