TRAC Intermodal

  • Maintenance & Repair (M&R) Supervisor

    Job Locations US-NJ-Woodbridge
    Maintenance & Repair
    # of Openings Remaining
  • Overview

    The M&R Supervisor handles compliance and control of M&R programs, repairs and recommended services of both depot and pool chassis at Metro NY/NJ and various rail ramp locations. Work with terminal staff and M&R vendors to provide our customers with safe, reliable equipment, in full compliance with all regulations.




    Repair authorizations & budget management: Perform pre, during and post repair quality control inspections of chassis. Perform required vendor audits, reports, measure progress and follow-up at Metro Pool and other locations as dispatched including the depots on a timely basis.


    Use of hand held and mobile technology in the performance of the day to day duties.


    Reduce costs by constantly reviewing estimates for efficient repairs, correct tariff times, parts pricing and repair procedures.


    Daily review and address any contractual repair requirements such as but not limited to: CSX bad order over 10 day requirement. Facilitate repair or repositioning of any equipment in bad order status.


    Accurately determine and submit terminal claims for chassis damages.


    Inventory management: interact with operations department in the repositioning and control as required to maintain proper inventory levels.


    Oversee and manage tire, warrantee and any other corporate programs at assigned pools and depots and in conjunction with staff personnel.


    Reviewing and approve repair invoices via EDI and manually where appropriate.


    Maintain daily and/or weekly operational reports designed to manage and illustrate pace of repairs.


    Oversee on and off-hire surveys of chassis, verification of customer hired surveyors’ results and/or joint inspections with customer supplied surveyors.


    Oversee and help further control scrap program at depots.



    Minimum 2 years Intermodal experience and knowledge of industry with an understanding of maintenance requirements for intermodal equipment


    IICL Chassis certification a plus


    Must have a valid driver’s license, and pass a background check


    Must be able to perform “walk-around” inspection of chassis, as well as using a crawler to check brakes and axles


    Must be able to lift and move truck tires


    Excellent communication and interpersonal skills


    Proficient with Microsoft Office (Word and Excel)


    Flexibility to quickly adapt to change


    Ability to excel in a fast paced and dynamic work environment


    Excellent attention to detail


    Must be able to multi-task and work independently as well as contribute to the overall success of the team


    Must comply with OSHA regulations and specific location safety policies and procedures.


    More About Us

    Are you looking for a career with an industry leader? Have big ideas that deserve to be heard? A career at TRAC offers a rewarding opportunity to be part of a growing, evolving and ever-improving organization. TRAC Intermodal is North America’s leading intermodal transportation equipment provider and chassis pool manager serving domestic and international shippers. The company's operations include long-term leasing and short-term rentals of approximately 278,000 chassis in our fleet. We also provide pool/fleet management services and are a leader in providing chassis solutions to the intermodal industry that are designed to increase supply chain efficiency, control costs and promote safety. Based in Princeton New Jersey, TRAC Intermodal is opening new locations across North America, experiencing impressive growth and embracing change. With the acquisition of Interstar Fleet Services and partnership with StreetTurn’s Intermodal Data Hub, we continue to expand our service offerings and create new career opportunities. If you want to work with a company whose people live its values every day, consider a career with TRAC Intermodal.


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