CHE - Crew Haulage Expenses (Former Employee), Dallas/FortWorth, TX – April 22, 2014
• Involved in the gathering of requirements and delivering design documents. • Responsible for development of the application using EXT JS 3.4, Java Web Services – JAX WS as Business layer, TeraData SQL Server at the model and Plain JDBC in the data access layer.
Intermodal Equipment Operator (Current Employee), Chicago, IL – April 2, 2014
Intermodal Equipment Operator, 2010 to present
— Drive 18 wheel yard hostling vehicles with trailing units from 20 ft up to 57 ft in length and weighing up to 65,000 lbs — Use of an on-board computer peripheral to communicate with yard management computer system — Work with the Intermodal Crane/Lift Equipment Operators assisting in the loading of trailers and containers on/off railcars and chassis
Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent (Former Employee), Kansas City, KS – February 24, 2014
Pros: variation daily
Fast paced, never a typical day. Learning to work with multiple personalities both internal and external. Management is helpful and willing to share their knowledge. Co-worker are like family. Hardest part would be the interruptions. Most enjoyable part would be scheduling the logistics for corporate events.
An environment in which I was all the time learning something new
Human Resource Generalist (Former Employee), Fort Worth, TX – January 26, 2014
Pros: benefits, employee development, management
Working with the Human Resource - Chicago division. A typical day would be traveling to areas of the Midwest region and holding hiring events that would begin at 6:00 a.m. Every event would have varied challenges. The ability to successfully complete despite the various issues or problems that would arise was a learning opportunity. Management was very supportive and felt strongly about employee development. The hardest part of my job were flight delays and cancellations. I enjoyed so much meeting, interviewing and hiring qualified applicants for train service.
Roadmaster (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – January 10, 2014
Fantastic company to work for. Great benefits and compensation. Management was very good and provided good support. Advancement opportunities are plentiful. Only complaint is the work/life balance. Very knowledgeable staff and field crews.
Only reason for resigning was a once in a life time opportunity with family. I would consider joining the company again if the right position came available.