Corporate & Administrative
Multiple departments fall in the Corporate & Administrative category including, but not limited to, Accounting, Administration, Business Development, Human Resources, and Information Technology. Each of these departments is vital to the overall operation and success of the company.
Accounting: Responsible for the financial aspects of INRD. Includes, but is not limited to, accounts payable, accounts receivable, tax reporting, and fiscal budgeting and reporting.
Administration: This broad department is inclusive of the President & CEO and others. Responsible for the overall administration of the company, from office management to special projects and everything in between.
Business Development: Works to both grow existing business and identify new business. Involves creating rates, a thorough understanding of our customers’ markets and the value INRD creates, working closely with INRD Operations and Customer Service to coordinate the best supply-chain option, in addition to identifying economic factors such as consumer habits, commodity and energy pricing, transportation modes, and geopolitical issues.
Human Resources: Ensures employees have everything needed to perform their day-to-day tasks as well as creating a healthy work environment that attracts and retains qualified people. Also responsible for policies, continuing education, benefit coordination, payroll, and more.
Information Technology: Oversees the organization's systems, networks, data and applications in addition to ensuring all connect and function properly.
Facilities: Responsible for the maintenance, repair, and improvement of INRD properties and buildings.
Safety & Training: Responsible for leading and promoting safety operations throughout INRD, and the development of training programs across departments.
Engineering & Maintenance of Way
The Maintenance of Way (MOW) team ensures the railway remains clear, safe, and navigable. As a part of the Engineering Department, MOW is responsible for the upkeep and repair of INRD's tracks, bridges, tunnels, and crossings. In addition, the Engineering department oversees permits, utility procedures, and wire/pipelines in addition to special projects. Below are some descriptions of jobs and responsibilities that can be an independent or be combined within one job depending on need.
Foreman: Leads as a member of the crew in the construction, maintenance, and repair of railroad track.
Laborer: Safely and efficiently perform duties relating to inspection, maintenance, repair and improvement of the track structure and other railroad property/facilities.
Machine Operator: Operates heavy equipment as part of a crew to build, repair, or maintain track. Safely and efficiently perform duties relating to inspection, maintenance, repair and improvement of the track structure and other railroad property/facilities.
Track Inspector: Inspects and monitors functions of railroad track and structures. Safely and efficiently perform duties relating to inspection, maintenance, repair and improvement of the track structure and other railroad property/facilities.
The Mechanical department inspects, services, repairs, and maintains locomotives. While the mechanical team works all along INRD's network, our state of art Locomotive Maintenance Facility is located in Jasonville, Indiana.
Composite Mechanic: Inspect, service, repair and maintain locomotives.
Leadman: Leads as a member of the crew involved in inspecting, servicing, repairing and maintaining locomotives.
The Operations department is committed to providing the highest quality service to our customers. This team is responsible for the safe and efficient movement of freight and crews.
Driver: Safely transport crews from one destination to another, maintain company vehicles, and transport necessary supplies and equipment.
Dispatcher: Direct and coordinate the safe movement of railroad traffic.
Logistic Services: Work closely with multiple departments to ensure smooth internal operations as well as communicating with customers to provide real time information regarding freight shipments.
Train Operator (Locomotive Engineer & Conductor): Responsible for serving our customers by providing safe and efficient train, yard, and switching operations.