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To contact CSX for non-emergency issues, use TellCSX.

Report an Emergency: 1-800-232-0144

Report any issue that risks the safety of any person immediately. Be prepared to tell us your name, location and what you observed.

Corporate Headquarters

500 Water Street, 15th Floor
Jacksonville, FL 32202
904-359-3200

CSX Transportation, Inc.

500 Water Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202
904-359-3100

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Engineering


Engineering (maintain track, right of way, facilities, bridges and signals)

Engineering employees provide quality maintenance to the track, train control (signals and communication) systems, bridges and buildings in a safe, cost-effective manner. Additional training is provided and union membership is required. Select a job description below to learn more.

Engineering positions include:

  • Assistant Signal Worker - Construction: Assist in the installation, repair and maintenance of various railroad signals and grade crossing protection equipment. See description
  • Assistant Signal Worker - Maintenance: Assist in the installation, repair and maintenance of various railroad signals and grade crossing protection equipment. See description
  • Bridge Mechanic: Construct, maintain and repair bridges to ensure the safe passage of trains. See description
  • Bridge Tender: Operate and maintain bridges to ensure the safe passage of water traffic and trains. See description
  • Communications Maintainer - Technician: Install, maintain, replace and repair electrical and electronic communications equipment. See description
  • Electronic Signal Specialist: Install and maintain signal control systems, support network operations, and assist in the diagnosis of signal and network equipment for classification yard. See description
  • Heavy Equipment Operator: Operate heavy equipment, such as bulldozers, bobcats, and excavators. See description
  • Road Electrician: Perform electrical inspection, construction, maintenance, and repair activities on power distribution equipment, floodlight towers, power poles, air conditioning units and other fixed facilities. See description
  • Roadway Mechanic: Troubleshoot, repair, and maintain heavy off-track equipment and roadway machinery. See description
  • Sheet Metal Worker - Plumber: Tin, coppersmith, and pipe-fit engines, railcars, tracks, and bridges in a variety of locations. See description
  • Track Worker: Work as a member of a crew to install new railroad track, maintain existing track and right-of-way. See description
  • Welder Helper: Repair and maintain all aspects of rail including frogs, rail-ends, turn-outs, switch points and glue joints using arc, propane or thermite welding processes. See description

Take a look at our brochure to learn more about these career opportunities. (PDF)