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Local Site Leader Supervisor 72K with CDL A Hazmat and Tanker Home Daily - Full Time

Velocity Rail Solutions - Salt Lake City, UT


Posted on 07/30/20 (Ref: )


Local Site Leader/Supervisor - 72K with CDL-A Hazmat & Tanker Home Daily!



LOCATION: Salt Lake City, Utah!

Celebrating 108 Years in Business!

Please Apply Below or Call (866) 542-0068!


We have an immediate opening for a Site Supervisor/Site Leader based in our Salt Lake City, UT location. The ideal individual should have a Class A CDL with hazmat and tanker. Previous supervisory, training, or management experience and prior knowledge or experience working with hydraulic-driven systems, pumps, hoses, etc. is preferred. Schedule will be day shift with every Sunday and Monday off unless the customer or business dictates otherwise.

Major Purpose: The Site Leader is the production level employee responsible for assisting the Regional Manager in providing superior and safe customer service through the implementation of the VRS Operating System at the worksite. The Site Leader will report directly to the Regional Manager and assists in the necessary business processes as directed.

Highlights:
  • $72k Bonus
  • Local-Home Daily
  • Long term fixed contracts
  • Consistent paychecks
  • Consistent 60-hour schedule from 5 am to 5 pm with every Sunday and Monday OFF
  • We are on duty for 12 hours a day and overtime is paid after 40 hours
  • Accrued PTO beginning your first day
  • Paid holidays after 90 days
  • Excellent benefits with both low and high deductibles options and copays (health, dental, vision, and 401K)
  • Rewarding work with a great team of individuals
  • On the job training
  • And most of all Stability!!!

Velocity Rail Solutions provides a variety of services to numerous railroads throughout the United States. As we are presently organized, the Site Leader in Salt Lake City is responsible for the oversight of 6 Fuel Technicians in Salt Lake City and 3 additional Fuel Technicians based in Ogden. They will maintain four Straight trucks and three Pup trailers. In addition to the primary equipment, there is a shared back up Straight truck and Pup trailer that must be maintained and rotated into service regularly. The Salt Lake City Operation is contracted to provides locomotive fueling service to Union Pacific Railroad on a 24/7 and Amtrak on a 10/6 basis. The Ogden Operation is contracted to provide locomotive fueling service to Union Pacific Railroad on a 24/7 basis. This includes nights, weekends, and holidays.

Responsibilities / Job Duties:
  • Performs the production tasks of a Direct to Locomotive Fuel Technician.
  • Ensures their location is consistently turning in accurate reports to their Coordinator on time (FAR, BOL, and Purchase Card Receipts, etc.)
  • Ensures Eagle eye, Geotab, and ADP timekeeping compliance is implemented for all drivers.
  • Ensures Third Party Audits are meeting VRS and Customer Standards.

Develops the site customer(s) relationship by:
  • Maintaining contact with the customer at the local level to ensure that we have a complete understanding of the customer's needs, schedule, special service requests, etc.;
  • Communicating service deviations, customer complaints and service failures to their Regional Manager and responding as instructed;
  • Participating in root cause analysis of service failures and in the development of corrective actions, and implementing identified solutions;
  • Participating in customer discussions and assisting in documenting responses;

Assists the Regional Manager by ensuring that site employees are hired, trained, and treated right by:
  • Working with the Recruiting Manager and Regional Manager throughout the hiring process to ensure that all steps are completed and that the best possible candidate for the position is identified and hired;
  • Trains, and/or delegates, training of new hires as required by the training standards. Proctors written knowledge exams of standard operating procedures and conducts proficiency exercises;
  • Conducting and documenting monthly communication meetings. Follows up with absent employees to ensure all topics discussed are understood;

Promotes safety values and champions that commitment by:
  • Believes that our goal of Zero Occurrences, is achievable and helps everyone else at the site understand the importance of safety;
  • Attend Lead Safety Specialist Meetings (if applicable) and Regional Meetings
  • Ensure that the requirements of the Safety, Health and Environment section of the VRS Operating System is developed and implemented at the site:
  • Involves others at the site in Observations that are being performed and ensuring that corrective actions are made
  • Work with the Regional Manager and Safety Manager to ensure that the operation is compliant with all local, state and federal regulatory requirements (DOT, FRA, ETC.), as well as any customer specific safety rules and expectations, particularly PPE;
  • Understanding and training all site employees in the use of the Emergency Response and Security plan.
  • Works with the Regional Manager and Safety Manager to ensure all Driver qualification files are complete for all DOT team members.

Ensures that assets (equipment) is properly maintained and repaired by:
  • Identify and develop Equipment Specialist(s) at the site;
  • Ensure all back up equipment has been in operation within the past 14 days.
  • Establishing and maintaining service records, maintenance files and a schedule of service intervals for all equipment assigned to the location in Zendu.
  • Ensuring that the established Asset Maintenance program is followed, tracking next service dates in Zendu.

Creates a professional work atmosphere by:
  • Ensure that all team members are 5S certified/and or recertified and that the Operation has 5S implemented.
  • Coordinating the availability of company uniforms and enforcing the expectation of projecting a professional branding image;

Requirements/Qualifications:
  • Must have a Class A CDL with Tanker and Hazmat;
  • Must be able to clear all background checks required by the Company, customer and government;
  • Individuals are responsible for maintaining all required licenses and certifications in a current and valid status at all times;
  • Must be able to work independently and without direct supervision;
  • Must be able to read, write and understand English so as to communicate effectively with employees, management, and customers in verbal and written form;
  • Must be reliable and dependable;
  • Basic computer skills are necessary and intermediate skills desirable;
  • Must be willing to work a variety of shifts which at times, may include nights, weekends and holidays;
  • Must be available to operations at any hour of the day and in case of an emergency, be able to respond to the worksite;

Education/Experience:
  • High School Diploma or GED equivalent
  • Previous supervisory or management experience is preferred

Physical Requirements:
  • Able to consistently bend, stoop, kneel and climb on and off elevated surfaces
  • Willing to receive general safety training
  • Ability to work outside in all weather conditions
  • Willing to work with liquid non-hazardous
  • Can carry at least fifty (50) pounds
  • May have to walk long distances

Please Apply Below or Call (866) 542-0068!

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