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US_Diesel Engine Mechanic (Machinist)
|Location||Fond du Lac|
|Posted||624 days ago - Wednesday, October 05, 2016|
Role: Diesel Engine Mechanics (Machinists) perform inspections, major and minor repairs, overhauls and servicing on all types of locomotives. To learn more about the job click here to view the video.Duties and Responsibilities: Critical performance areas include the following but may vary depending on the location and circumstances: Inspect, service and maintain locomotives, in accordance with federal and company regulations, including changing oil or repairing, replacing, cleaning and adjusting parts. Troubleshoot and diagnose diesel engine malfunctions and make required repairs. Assemble and start engines. Use electric and oxy-acetylene welding equipment, lubrication equipment and other vehicle repair tools and equipment, and operate said tools and machinery in a safe and efficient manner. Prepare inspection, maintenance, and work reports, and record details on prescribed forms in accordance with established procedures. Operate locomotive on shop tracks. Test locomotives on shop track after repair. Working Conditions: Work shift work, which consists of: Irregular hours, including nights, weekends, holidays, and occasional overtime. Work in a shop environment and outside in all weather conditions Occasionally work in confined spaces and at elevated heights Frequent stooping, lifting, kneeling, bending, crouching and climbing. Minimal travel requiredMinimum Requirements: Valid driver's license. High School diploma or equivalent GED Must be 18 years of age Must meet all medical fitness for duty requirements for the position Using measuring devices and understanding visual displays. Basic technical knowledge of diesel mechanics. Frequent lifting/carrying up to 50 lbs and occasionally up to 70 lbs Displays good hand-eye coordination Preferences: Valid CDL for the class and type of equipment operated. Ability to certify company equipment in accordance with state standards. Experience troubleshooting hydraulic and electronic systems. Welding skills. Basic computer skills.The ideal candidate profile: Diesel mechanic experience and/or Diesel mechanic diploma Ability to work autonomously, adapt to different situations and manage stress. Demonstrate good teamwork skills and maintain positive interactions with others. Displays good verbal, reading comprehension and writing skills. Dedicated to getting the job done while meeting established standards of quality, safety and client satisfaction.Training:Newly hired Diesel Engine Mechanics (Machinists) take part in several weeks of training which includes classroom instructions and field training. The classroom training will take place in Homewood, IL at the CN Campus. The training guides the new Diesel Engine Mechanic (Machinist) through the critical safety skills required to work on the railroad. Once the classroom training is complete, the Diesel Engine Mechanic (Machinist) will complete on-the job training to enhance his/her knowledge and skills. Successful completion of the training course is mandatory in order to work as a Diesel Engine Mechanic (Machinist).Union:Diesel Engine Mechanics (Machinists) is a unionized position and is part of the IAMAW (International Association of Machinist and Aerospace Workers). Wages, initiation fees, and monthly dues are required as outlined in the collective bargaining agreement.