Support Clerk (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – 3 March 2017
Collecting payroll sheets and inputting them in the system. Responding to emails, filing, paying bills, filing printers with paper and ink, distribution of mail and UPS and FEDEX, Taking inventory, ordering office supplies and PPE, stocking supplies for the T&E employees. Janitor duties. Driving Crews to their destination and back in a safe and timely manner. Worked with Management on a day to day basis.
Manager Information Technology (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – 26 February 2017
The rating I provided is based on my current experience at CSX, however, the expected changes to the CEO and BOD may change the CSX culture. CSX is currently a service oriented company who cares for their employees. CSX believes in a work life balance
CSX is a rewarding place to work and know that you are providing a valuable service to keep the US economy moving. The Internal Audit group is a great place to gain experience working on cross-functional teams that will provide exposure to the whole organization.
Sevice center and car dept. foreman (Current Employee) – Riverdale, IL – 23 February 2017
Retired from the U.S. Army in 1995 where I ran a service and recovery operation and was in charge of all fab work to include welding, machinist work, glass cutting and replacement, canvas repair. Worked for Csx as a Carman for 13 years in Atlanta Ga. before I became a manager. I was assigned to Birmingham Al. as a general foreman where I worked for 20 months till I was assigned to the Chicago Division in Riveradle Ill. on the Locomotive side June of 2013 to the present. I am in charge of the service center and the locomotive shop plus line of road and the car shop and car department yards. I am responsible for around 30 employee and have no injuries on my watch.
There are many jobs in the clerkical field and all of them are just as important as the other one. I worked for CSX for 33 years and enjoyed most of my work while out in the field and in the offices in Jacksonville, Florida.
Good people and a good union.
Metting new peiople fro different areas of the USA
Freight Conductor (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – 20 February 2017
Great job but the company didn't have enough money to keep me on. I learned how to be member of a team. On a typical day, I had to get my paperwork ready for my travels on the train. The paperwork included all the hazardous materials that the train is hauling. I maintained communication to the dispatchers along my travels on the train. When I get to the different CSX yards, I speek to the yardmaster's and trainmaster's from that yard to find out what track that they want their cars at.
ISW (Former Employee) – Atlanta ga – 15 February 2017
Constant walking Locking and unlocking train for freight Departure and arrival .. Driving road hossler to different areas , also working in different types of weather. At times required to work later hours preform different task
Administrative Assistant / Special Projects (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – 15 February 2017
I was a Contract Employee working as an Administrative Assistant to one of the Vice Presidents of Purchasing and Materials. A typical day would start with getting any special duties from my direct report and acting accordingly. I would schedule all of her travel arrangements, meeting, lunches, etc. Assist the other workers within my area as needed. I was responsible to maintain and organize contracts with vendors for the railroad. I assisted with the purchasing of ice and salt for the entire railroad and ensuring the products were received as required by CSX. I participated with cost saving projects and help implement any changes required. I took minutes during various staff and vendor meeting and published them to the appropriate staff. The work place culture was very professional and safety oriented. The time I spent at CSX I was very enjoyable, the work was challenging and I am grateful for the opportunity to have been part of the team.
Freight Conductor (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – 8 February 2017
There is continued change. Seniority fluctuates. Very difficult to have a structured family life. Great pay and benefits. A typical yard day is from 8 to 12 hrs long. Switching cars and building outbound trains.
Engineering- Machine/Vehicle Operator, Foreman (Current Employee) – Livonia, MI – 2 February 2017
Great job with great pay, but absolutely no security. Management could not care less about our job and the company constantly cut or relocated jobs for no reason. The company always preached safety but would expect you to break rules in order to get the job done faster.
System Director Network Modeling & Analytics (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – 31 January 2017
● Responsible for knowing and complying with yard and road characteristics of qualified territory including , local and line of road customers ● Safely performed engineering duties by operating OTE to inspect, repair or replace track when needed ● Played a role in rehabbing 4.6 miles of main line in June 1992 while mitigating customer impact. ● Engaged customers on a daily basis by providing switching services as requested