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E-2 Apartment Heights Dr.
Blacksburg, VA 24060
Objective: Seek the Position of Passenger Railroad Conductor
Summary: Excellence and expert skill in Passenger Railroad Conductor position with over six-year-experience in combining and overseeing the activities of passenger and freight train team members.
Summary of Qualifications
• Firm knowledge of the rail operating system and procedures.
• Great eyesight and color vision.
• Good hearing, physical strength and stamina.
• Perfect competence in reacting quickly, calmly and exactly.
• Particular care for safety.
• Expert in safety rules and regulations.
• Great competence in taking responsibility and implement independently.
• Quickly acquaint with co-workers and oversee other train team.
• Perfect interpersonal skills in communicating with travelers.
• Excellent capacity to clearly transfer information and ideas in speaking and in writing to make others understand.
• Expert competence to bring general rules into concrete issues to have logical answer.
ABC Company, Minneapolis, MN
Passenger Railroad Conductor
• Guide and lead workers employed in yard activities, such as switching track, coupling/uncoupling cars, and routing inbound/outbound traffic.
• Arrange team activities to transport and bring boarding, porter, maid, and meal services to passengers.
• Oversee and arrange the activities of passengers and freight team members to make sure train performances are within schedule, train orders and code of implementing rules.
• Get train orders and transfer orders to brakemen/women, locomotive engineer and other team members.
• Contact with train team members by radio, signals or by other signs to transfer and get train performance information.
XYZ Company, Minneapolis, MN
Passenger Railroad Conductor Trainee
• Motioned engineer to start train, stop train, or change speed, using radiotelephone, lantern, teletypewriter, or hand movement.
• Checked schedules, switching orders, way bills, and shipping records to get goods loading and unloading information.
• Paid attention to yard traffic to specify tracks suitable to provide inbound and outbound traffic.
• Directed workers to set warning signals in front and back of train in order to warn oncoming trains in the emergency situations
• Discussed with traffic control personnel, engineer, and other workers employed in delivering cargo to get and transfer guidance.
• Took care and talked with passengers and directed workers to adjust air-conditioning, lighting, and heating to make sure passenger safety and convenience.
• Paid attention to lights on panel board to control direction of trains.
• Ran controls to electrically start track switches and traffic signals.