Supervisor Railroad - Monticello
Energy Future Holdings Corp. - Mount Pleasant, TX

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Luminant, a subsidiary of Energy Future Holdings , formerly TXU Corp., is the largest competitive power generation business in Texas. Its operations also include mining, wholesale marketing and trading, and development. Luminant has more than 15,400 megawatts of generation, including 2,300 MW fueled by nuclear power and 8,000 MW fueled by coal. The company is one of the largest purchasers of wind-generated electricity in Texas and the nation. Luminant has mined and restored over 60,000 acres and planted over 25 million trees in a land-reclamation program that has been recognized with over 120 awards for environmental conservation. At Luminant, we are committed to improving our environment by serving our customers and communities through more efficient- and cleaner sources of energy. We are also committed to our values of honesty and integrity, mutual respect, innovation, competitive spirit and diversity.


This position is responsible for ensuring the Monticello Railroad Quality Assurance Program is followed so all railcar repair work is performed in accordance with Association of American Railroad (AAR) requirements and other relevant standards and regulations to ensure all railcars are safe to operate. Failure of the railcars in Luminant service and in PRB service jeopardizes the safety of employees and the public, enhances the liability of the Luminant with other entities including regulatory agencies, and jeopardizes the efficient operations of the power plants.
This position provides supervision and technical expertise concerning railcar maintenance including but not limited to draft systems, truck systems, brake systems, dump systems, etc.
This position also provides technical expertise in matters dealing with AAR interchange rules, AAR M-214 rules, and AAR M-1003 Quality Assurance rules.

Key Roles & Responsibilities Other duties may be assigned. Directly or through others, the incumbent will:

Responsible for ensuring Monticello Railroad adheres to AAR interchange rules, AAR M-214 rules, and AAR M-1003 Quality Assurance rules as well as FRA rules.
Responsible for inspecting welding and reconditioning performed on railcar sideframes, bolsters, and draft systems.
Responsible for ensuring non-conforming work is documented and followed up with documented corrective and preventive actions.
Responsible for ensuring all tools and gauges used at Monticello Railroad are calibrated on an annual basis.
Responsible for being the subject matter expert on the Monticello Railroad Quality System in such a way as to answer all AAR auditor questions sufficiently.
Responsible for ensuring all workmen are trained appropriately on the Monticello Railroad Quality System.
Responsible for maintaining documentation associated with Monticello Railroad Quality System such as training records, audit report, nonconformance reports, etc.
Ability to read and understand work instructions. Ability to read and understand work orders, rules and regulations.
Ability to support and assist other employees.
Ability to evaluate and recommend various work processes for improvements.
Expertise in commonly used concepts, practices and procedures for repairing railcars.
Trained in use of welding and air arcing machine, hand tools, air tools and gauges.
Utilize available resources to maintain accurate, detailed, and acceptable records of equipment and components to ensure timely and effective maintenance.
Ensure materials and equipment are available as required under normal and/or emergency conditions to meet the needs for railcar maintenance.
Comply with safety policies and procedures to ensure a safe working environment.
Interface with maintenance staff, railroad operations groups, other Luminant personnel, and vendors/contractors to ensure consistent, practical, and effective maintenance support.
Implement and enforce safety policy and procedures to ensure a safe working environment and increase employee safety awareness.
Effectively interface with support staff and other Luminant superintendents to ensure consistent work practices and sharing of knowledge to optimize efforts in performing solid fuel delivery activities.
Work in the role of Railroad Maintenance Foreman or Railroad Operations Foreman as directed by the Railroad Maintenance Superintendent.
Participate in special projects and committee assignments as requested.

Education, Experience, & Skill Requirements

Minimum Five (5) years proven supervisory/management experience.
Work experience as a railcar maintenance craftsman is preferred.
Bachelors degree or higher in business or engineering, or High School diploma/GED with eight years in related field preferred
Demonstrated ability to manage budgets.
Knowledge of railroad maintenance, operations, equipment, and track structures as well as applicable Company policies, State and Federal regulations.
Demonstrated leadership experience that promotes achievement, goal setting, and supervising diverse work groups.
Related experience that promotes development in the areas described by the major accountabilities and key competencies of this job.
Computer skills demonstrated at a proficient level.
Work experience with AAR M-1003 Quality Assurance rules preferred.
Certification in 2G standard FCAW weld process is preferred.
Communications – Clearly expresses ideas and responds appropriately to communications from others.
Flexibility/Adaptability – Effectively responds to change in the business or work environment. Adjusts to and accepts changes in direction and priorities.
Interpersonal Skills/Teamwork – Demonstrates positive behavior and works well with others.
Job Knowledge – Demonstrates the applicable skills, abilities, and expertise required to perform the essential aspects of the job.
Must be able to prioritize and handle multiple demands.

Physical Requirements:
Frequently required to walk an entire train set (approximately 1.5 miles) to inspect cars
Some work is performed in hot, wet, or cold environment
Use of a PC and/or telephone usually 2-4 hours/day. It is the policy of Energy Future Holdings, Luminant, and TXU Energy to comply with all employment laws and to afford equal employment opportunity to individuals in all aspects of employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability, military service, veteran status, genetic information, or any other status protected under the law.