Track Supervisor

Company: Denver Transit Operators View more listings
Location: Denver, Colorado
Job Status: Full-time
Salary: Not Specified
Job ID: 91045

Position Summary:
The Track Supervisor is responsible for the maintenance and repairs of the track and wayside infrastructure, directs and organizes daily work crew activities to assure safe and reliable operation of the commuter rail system, and ensures compliance with all State and Federal rules and regulations.

Description of Duties:

  • Issues work assignments to Track Inspectors and Track Maintainers assuring timely and accurate completion of required work

  • Conducts annual Performance Reviews of Track Inspectors and Track Maintainers and recommends the transfer, suspension, promotion, or discharge, if necessary

  • Approves leave requests and timesheets of Track Inspectors and Track Maintainers.

  • Oversees inspections of ROW equipment and structures in accordance with the FRA requirements in Title 49 Part 213 Subpart A- F. Track inspections and repairs are to follow FRA guidelines

  • Documents the condition of all inspected items and repairs in accordance with FRA requirements using AssetWorks

  • Monitors the use of electronic and mechanical measuring and recording equipment as part of the inspection process

  • Reviews progress and production charts to ascertain that work is proceeding on schedule

  • Oversees the implementation of speed restrictions as required

  • Oversees the removal of speed restrictions when repairs are complete

  • Coordinate activities of workers engaged in maintaining ROW

  • All other duties as assigned


  • Minimum of five years of experience with the inspection and repair of mainline railroad track

  • Minimum of two years of experience in a leadership role (lead, foreman, supervisor) in operations and/or maintenance (A combination of education and experience comparable to the above may constitute qualification)

  • Must possess an in-depth knowledge of work safety rules and procedures for working on and near an active railroad right of way. Knowledgeable and practiced in CFR Title 49 Part 214 preferred.

  • Working knowledge and practice following GCOR or NORAC rules and procedures preferred

  • Must have a proven background working under and meeting strict deadlines and schedules

  • Training in First Responder, Operation Lifesaver, CPR and First Aid are desirable

  • Should have excellent leadership and administrative skills and abilities

  • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage time, resolve crises and make decisions

  • Should possess computer skills including experience with Microsoft Office applications

  • Must be eligible to work in the U.S. and successfully pass a pre-employment background check

  • Must be able to pass a pre-employment physical

  • Must pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol test and be willing to comply with the DTO Drug and Alcohol Policy

  • Must have a valid Colorado driver’s license

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