Bombardier Train Operations Dispatcher in Orlando, Florida

Train Operations Dispatcher-TAME-USFL01445134





At Bombardier, 70,000 employees in 60 countries work together to evolve mobility worldwide - one good idea at a time. If you have a good idea, we’ll provide the environment where it will thrive and grow into a great product or customer experience. Your ideas are our fuel.

Based in Sanford, Florida you will control the safe movement of trains throughout a specified rail network. You will monitor train movement and conditions, taking immediate action when necessary.

In your role you will:

  • Interpret and apply operating and safety rules under the Federal Rail Road Administration (FRA), exercise good judgment, analyze problems and take corrective action when necessary;

  • Identify and distinguish colors displayed on a video monitor and video display in order to read track labels, switch indicator lights and other safety sensitive indications;

  • Communicate with personnel on conditions affecting train movement;

  • Control track switches and traffic signals and apply and remove blocking devices;

  • Keep travel records, logs and schedules.


As our ideal candidate:

  • You hold a High School diploma;

  • You possess 2-4 years of relevant experience;

  • You have a good knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite;

  • Your knowledge of FRA and DOT (Department of Transportation) rules and regulations will be considered as strong assets;

  • Your English communication skills are excellent.

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those under consideration will be contacted.

Join us at

Your ideas move people.

Bombardier Transportation is an Equal Opportunity Employer Dedicated to Affirmative Action and Workforce Diversity.

Bombardier Transportation is an E-Verify Employer!


the evolution of mobility

Job: Fleet Control

Primary Location: US-FL-Orlando

Organization: Transportation

Schedule: Full-time

Employee Status: Regular

Job Posting:* 22.09.2017, 6:04:58 PM

Unposting Date

23.10.2017, 3:59:00 AM