Rail Car Repairers
Diagnose, adjust, repair, or overhaul railroad rolling stock, mine cars, or mass transit rail cars.
* Attention to Detail
* Self Control
* Concern for Others
* Inspect components such as bearings, seals, gaskets, wheels, and coupler assemblies to determine if repairs are needed.
* Record conditions of cars, and repair and maintenance work performed or to be performed.
* Remove locomotives, car mechanical units, or other components, using pneumatic hoists and jacks, pinch bars, hand tools, and cutting torches.
Transportation and Warehousing
Installation, Maintenance, and Repair
Sample Job Titles
Air Brake Adjuster, Air Brake Man, Air Brake Rigger, Air Brake Worker, Air Compressor Mechanic, Air Valve Mechanic, Air Valve Repairer, Brake Adjuster, Brake Liner, Brake Reliner, Brake Shoe Rebuilder, Brake Specialist, Breaker Mechanic, Coach Mechanic, Compressor Mechanic, Controller Mechanic, Drop Pit Worker, Freight Car Builder, Freight Maintenance Specialist, Freight Repairer, Gearman, Interlocker Maintainer, Interlocking Mechanic, Locomotive Repairman, Machine Overhauler, Mechanical Unit Repairer, Mine Car Mechanic, Mine Car Repairer, Plow Mechanic, Pullman Car Repairer, Rail Car Maintenance Mechanic, Rail Car Mechanic, Rail Car Repair Carman, Rail Car Repairer, Rail Car Repairman, Rail Car Sandblaster, Rail Car Welder, Rail Specialist, Railroad Brake Repairer, Railroad Car Repairman, Railroad Mechanic, Railroad Repairer, Roundhouse Worker, Signal Mechanic, Street Car Mechanic, Streetcar Repairer, Structural Repairer, Subway Car Repairer, Tank Car Mechanic, Tank Car Reconditioner, Test Rack Operator, Tipple Mechanic, Train Car Repairman, Triple Valve Mechanic, Triple Valve Tester, Trolley Car Mechanic, Trolley Car Overhauler, Valve Mechanic, Valve Repairer.