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BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

BDM

Looking for a qualified B2B Sales Account Manager for the Jacksonville area. Qualified applicant must have  B2B sales experience.
To perform this job successfully the individual must be self motivated and can work without constant supervision. Must have computer skills including Microsoft office.
Hunter mentality and high energy level a MUST. Experience developing a sales territory. Strong competitive drive, prospecting skills and ability to build relationships are essential. Must possess unwavering customer service, drive, and focus along with exceptional follow up skills. Must have a willingness to learn products and services that we offer. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Desire to ascend professionally with an up and coming industry leader.

RECRUITER

People Link Recruiter

We are looking for a smart, fun, and strategic Talent Acquisition Recruiter to join the EAP People Link Talent Acquisition team in Jacksonville, FL. As a Recruiter, you will have the unique opportunity to help shape sourcing and assessment strategies, technology and tools, and cutting-edge recruitment processes to identify and hire top-notch talent for our clients. You will act as a consultant in hiring processes, relocation, compliance, compensation, leveling guidelines, etc. You will develop sourcing strategies, identify, engage and secure top talent (both passive and active), and be the search expert for the functional area of Client Care. In partnership with Safety leaders, HR leaders, and talent acquisition leaders, this role will develop talent acquisition strategies to attract, hire and retain the best in class for the Client.

DIESEL MECHANIC

Mechanic

This is your job opening description. Be sure to include both educational and experiential requirements for the position, as well as details about the type of person you are looking for. Write a detailed overview of the position and responsibilities, and how this role will contribute to the success of EAP People Corporation.

HEALTH & SAFETY CONSULTANT

Safety Consultant

The safety consultant must be knowledgeable about safety issues in a wide variety of work environments. The consultant’s primary responsibility is to inspect workplaces to ensure they comply with federal, state and local safety codes. He also designs programs with worker safety in mind. The programs designed by the consultant must also meet environmental guidelines.

Evaluate Workplace Safety

One of the primary tasks of the safety consultant is to assess workplace safety. Depending on the terms of the contract, the safety consultant performs periodic inspections of the workplace. They check the personal protective equipment (PPE) provided for employees and looks for the proper placement of warning signs throughout the workplace.  Once the consultant makes his initial inspection, he provides a list of safety issues to the management team. Along with the list, the safety consultant provides a list of specific procedures the management team can perform to remedy problems.

Provide Safety Training

Safety consultants offer training to employees in a variety of safety concerns and safety training that is best for that particular workplace environment. After all the employees receive the necessary training, the consultant might spend additional time with a designated employee giving additional training so they can teach the safety lessons to any new hires. May also develop safety manuals.

WELDERS

Welder

We are seeking Welders to become an integral part of our team! The Welder will use specialized equipment to weld and assemble new metal forms.

  • Fabrication, fitting, mig welding from blueprints

  • Print-to-part manufacturing

  • Stainless steel and aluminum material

  • Manufacture and fabricate finished metal products

  • Familiarity with welding tools and procedures

  • Familiarity with engineering blueprints and schematics

  • Ability to handle physical workload

  • Prior military and veterans encouraged to apply!

  • Calculate material measurements to verify specifications

  • Conduct tests to evaluate weld quality and tolerance

PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR (WELDING)

Welding PS

Welding Production Supervisor oversees and coordinates activities of workers in operating plant machinery and equipment.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Directs workers engaged in operating plant machinery and equipment on a rotating shift basis.

  • Inspects completed work for conformance to specifications, and standards.

  • Prioritizes work needs to accommodate production needs.

  • Utilizes manpower to meet daily goals.

  • Suggest changes in working conditions and use of equipment to increase work efficiency.

  • Administers company policies and enforces safety regulations

  • Evaluates employee work performance and administers corrective action and/or discipline as necessary.

  • Analyzes and resolves work problems, or assists workers in resolving work problems.

  • Initiates or suggest plans to motivate workers to achieve work goals.

  • Confers with other supervisors to coordinate departmental activities.

ENGINEER

Rail Industry

 Approximately nine (9) positions in or near Tallahassee, FL. These positions require the following minimum skills and/or qualifications:

  • Must be able to operate diesel‐locomotives, interpret train orders, railroad rules, and pass written tests to verify competency.

  • Must possess a valid Engineer's certificate issued by a program in compliance with 49 CFR Part 240.

  • Must be able to meet all hearing and vision requirements of 49 CFR Part 240.

  • Must have an understanding of the operation of track switches, coupling and uncoupling cars and performs other duties associated with the movement of trains, cars and engines in rail yards and on the main railroad, and pass written tests to verify competency.

  • At least six months experience as a Locomotive Engineer.

TRACK INSPECTOR

Rail Industry

Approximately one (1) positions located in or near Tallahassee, FL. These positions require the following minimum skills and/or qualifications:

  • Inspect railroad track structure for compliance with railroad policy and federal/state regulations.

  • Implement remedial action on defects pending repair.

  • Inspect completed work to verify conformance to government regulations.

  • Prepare inspection reports for management and government compliance.

  • Must possess a high school education or GED, and a minimum of 12 months job‐related experience.

ROAD MASTER

Rail Industry

Approximately one (1) position located in or near Tallahassee, FL. These positions requires the following minimum skills and/or qualifications:

  • Coordinate and plan ordinary maintenance and program track work with other departments to maximize track work and train operations

  • Perform track inspections and monitor track inspectors to ensure quality inspections and safe train operations

  • Follow and monitor work practices, safety related issues to improve quality and performance

  • Monitor and enforce FRA compliance along with company policies, rules and standards

  • Must possess a high school education or GED, and a minimum of 1‐3 years of experience.

BRAKEMAN

Rail Industry

Approximately two (2) positions located in or near Tallahassee, FL. These positions requires the following minimum skills and/or qualifications:

  • Oversees the movement of rail cars and trains


  • Ability to operate and visually check switch conditions and routes.

  • Able to communicate via radio and arm signals affecting the movement of trains.

  • Able to endure outside weather conditions for an extended period of time

  • Must be able to qualify and obtain Conductor Certification within prescribed time limits.

  • Must possess a Highschool Diploma or equivalent

MAINTENANCE OF WAY CREW

Rail Industry

Approximately five (5) positions located in or near Tallahassee, FL. These positions require the following minimum skills and/or qualifications:

  • Remove and replace defective ties, rails, spikes, plates, bolts, bars, anchors, etc.

  • Correct deviations in track surface, alignment and gauge.

  • Must be willing to become competent in applying FRA rules and regulations and be able to perform maintenance in a timely manner.

  • Must be willing to learn to operate in a safe and efficient manner, all equipment and tools associated with track maintenance.

  • Must have Class B CDL.

  • Must possess a high school education or GED, and a minimum of 12 months job‐related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

SALES AND MARKETING

Rail Industry

Approximately one (1) position located in or near Tallahassee, FL. This position requires the following minimum skills and/or qualifications:

  • Develop and implement marketing strategies based on competitive and economic conditions, geographic analysis, and customer surveys, prospect for and develop new business opportunities

  • Lead and coordinate programs with FGAR operations to enhance customer value.

  • Bachelor's degree in business, engineering, or marketing related fieldpreferred.

  • 3‐5 years of experience in railroad sales, transportation, marketing, operations or logistics management.

CONTROLLER

Rail Industry

Approximately one (1) position located in or near Tallahassee, FL. This position requires the following minimum skills and/or qualifications:

  • Record all transactions and post debits and credits

  • Produce financial statements and other reports for supervisors and managers

  • Prepare bank deposits by compiling data from cashiers, verifying receipts, and sending cash, checks or other forms of payment to the bank

  • Process bi‐weekly payroll for the Railroad employees

  • Make purchases, prepare invoices, and keep track of overdue accounts

  • 4‐6 years of experience

  • Expert in Microsoft Excel, knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and QuickBooks, familiarity with the RMI railroad software system, and experienced in budget preparation and variance analysis.

ACCOUNTING CLERK

Rail Industry

Approximately one (1) position located in or near Tallahassee, FL. This position requires the following minimum skills and/or qualifications:


  • Enter and balance accounts receivable and payable on a daily basis

  • Track deposits made to bank and handle deposit transfers

  • Monitor credit card charges, payment discrepancies, refunds, returns and miscellaneous charges

  • Maintain orderly financial filing system

  • Verifying the accuracy of invoices and other accounting documents or records.

  • Update and maintain accounting journals, ledgers and other records detailing financial business transactions

  • High School Diploma or GED equivalent required, 2‐4 years hands‐on Accounting experience

  • Knowledge of QuickBooks

OFFICE MANAGER

Rail Industry

Approximately one (1) position located in or near Tallahassee, FL. This position requires the following minimum skills and/or qualifications:

  • Maintains office services by organizing office operations and procedures, controlling correspondence, designing filing systems, reviewing and approving supply requisitions, assigning and monitoring clerical functions

  • Maintains office efficiency by planning and implementing office systems and ensuring all departments are aware of systems and are working together

  • Assures task of receiving calls, taking messages and routing correspondence occur seamlessly

  • Be the main point of contact with visitors and the building management to assure that work orders

  • Produce reports, presentations, briefs and organize office operations and procedures

  • Develop and carry out an efficient documentation and filing system of paper and electronic documents

  • Must possess a high school education or GED, and a minimum of 3‐4 years of experience

SUPERINTENDENT OF OPERATIONS

Rail Industry

One (1) position located in or near Tallahassee, FL. This position requires the following minimum skills and/or qualifications:

  • Monitor operations to ensure that employees comply with company safety and operating rules, policies, procedures, union agreements and governmental regulations.

  • Promote a safe work environment through the development of safety programs, goals and measurements.

  • Direct and coordinate activities in the operations department and allocate the proper resources to meet operational demands and ensure on time performance.

  • Define and monitor key performance metrics and processes to improve efficiency and meet corporate goals

  • Bachelor's degree in business, transportation, or engineering related field preferred.

  • Must have at least 5 ‐10 years of railroading experience in a supervisor role with experience managing Direct Reports.

TRAINMASTER

Rail Industry

Approximately two (2) positions located in or near Tallahassee, FL. These positions require the following minimum skills and/or qualifications:

  • Supervises and coordinates activities of train crews engaged in railroad operations.

  • Must possess a high school education, and a minimum of 12 months job‐related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

  • Must possess a valid Engineer's certificate issued by a program in compliance with 49 CFR Part 240 and/or valid Conductor's certificate issued by a program in compliance with 49 CFR Part 242 and must be able to meet all hearing and vision requirements of 49 CFR Part 240 and/or 49 CFR Part 242.