CIT (NYSE: CIT) was born in 1908 when Henry Ittleson found a new way to make financing available to businesses in St. Louis, Missouri. Soon CIT was forging paths across the country, into Canada and overseas. But time and experience have produced innovations unimagined a century ago. True to its pioneering legacy, CIT remains an agent of opportunity, providing new resources and fresh perspectives to over one million clients across thirty industries around the globe.
CIT is a financial holding company. It provides financing, leasing and advisory services principally to middle market companies across more than 30 industries primarily in North America, and equipment financing and leasing solutions to the transportation sector. It also offers products and services to consumers through its Internet bank franchise and a network of retail branches in Southern California, operating as OneWest Bank, a division of CIT Bank, N.A.
For more than 100 years, CIT has steadily innovated, providing carefully tailored financing solutions to meet the needs of a changing global economy. Along the way, CIT continually redefined what it means to be a financing partner, providing ideas as well as capital to build businesses – and relationships – that have endured for decades.
|Seeking qualified maintenance/service individual to support all aspects of the service operation, relationship with shops, loco inspections, assisting with extraordinarily difficult locomotive moves around North America, fleet strategy, smooth interface with our customer service team, building locomotive database(strong excel/PC skills). Applicant will have a thorough knowledge of FRA rules and regulations, EPA regulations and a firm understanding of locomotive technical systems including air, water, fuel and electronics. |
Principal Duties & Responsibilities:
-Managing and overseeing CIT's network of locomotive shops to insure work is done properly, on time and on/under budget.
-Maintain loco availability report
-Develop and maintain a virtual geographic loco on rent tracker
-Provide weekly updates for all units in shop
-Collaborate with sales team on the tracking and expediting of new deals through the approval process
-Create and maintain loco expiration report
-Create and maintain fleet strategy playbook
-Auditing of contract shops will be an ongoing process
-Work closely with VP of Locomotive maintenance to develop fleet work scopes
-Perform end of lease inspections and enforce lease return provisions
|Required Qualifications: |
-College degree in a technical field is preferred.
-8+ years in a locomotive environment is required with excellent knowledge of locomotives and the North American Rail network.
-Established relationships within the rail industry are a plus.
-A college degree in a technical field is preferred.
-A strong work ethic, commitment, integrity, good oral and communication skills and proficient computer skills are required.
-Technical and Functional Expertise.
-Building and Maintaining Relationships.
-Ability to lead and contribute to a team environment.
-Sound decision maker, able to plan & prioritize appropriately and use sound personal judgments to enhance business performance.
-Knowledge of railroad rules, regulations and operating is a must.
-Vendor Management experience.
-Must be able to successfully lead within team and cross-functionally, be computer literate with proficiency in Microsoft Office.
-Successful candidate will be extremely well organized, display strong attention to detail, have strong interpersonal skills and be able to work well with teams.
-Strong communication skills (written and verbal) required.