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Title 49Subtitle BChapter XSubchapter C → Part 1245


Title 49: Transportation


PART 1245—CLASSIFICATION OF RAILROAD EMPLOYEES; REPORTS OF SERVICE AND COMPENSATION


Contents
§1245.1   Rules governing classification of employees, service, and compensation.
§1245.2   Reports of railroad employees, service and compensation.
§1245.3   Employees; definition, service hours, and compensation.
§1245.4   Forms required to be used.
§1245.5   Classification of job titles.
§1245.6   Cross reference to standard occupational classification manual.

Authority: 49 U.S.C. 721, 11145.

Source: 32 FR 20462, Dec. 20, 1967, unless otherwise noted.

Note: The report forms prescribed by part 1245 are available upon request from the Office of Economics, Environmental Analysis, and Administration, Surface Transportation Board, Washington, DC 20423-0001.

§1245.1   Rules governing classification of employees, service, and compensation.

The rules governing the classification of railroad employees and reports of their service and compensation outlined in §§1245.3 and 1245.4 are required, and all Class I railroads within the scope of Section 11145 of the Interstate Commerce Act shall be governed by such rules in the preparation and submission of their annual and other periodic reports to the Surface Transportation Board in accordance with the forms adopted for such returns (§1245.2); and also with respect to any other matters covered by these rules.

[47 FR 53867, Nov. 30, 1982]

§1245.2   Reports of railroad employees, service and compensation.

Beginning with the reporting period commencing January 1, 1983, and quarterly thereafter until further ordered, each Class I railroad is required to file a Quarterly Report of Railroad Employees, Service, and Compensation, (Form QRSC). In addition, such carriers shall also file an Annual Report of Railroad Employees, Service, and Compensation, (Form ARSC) for each calendar year. Both reports shall be filed with the Bureau of Accounts, Surface Transportation Board, Washington, DC 20423. The quarterly report shall be filed within thirty days after the end of each calendar quarter. The annual report shall be filed within forty five days after the end of the reporting year.

[47 FR 53867, Nov. 30, 1982]

§1245.3   Employees; definition, service hours, and compensation.

(a) Definition of “employees”. The word employees, as used in this part, is intended to include every person in the service of the reporting carrier subject to its continuing authority to supervise and direct the manner of rendition of his service. Persons engaged to render only specifically defined service and not subject to the continuing authority of the carrier to supervise and control their acts, such as customhouse brokers, lawyers retained only for specific cases and not under general or continuing retainer, etc., are not employees in the meaning of the term used in this part.

(b) Counting employees. Since the number of employees fluctuates, carriers are required to classify and count all of their employees at twelve different times each year.

(c) Joint employees. Each person jointly employed shall, if carried on the payrolls of the several joint employers, be counted by each employer and represented in its return of number of employees by a fraction based on the number of employers reporting him; if a person, for example, is reportable by three employers, each should include him in its number of employees as one-third of an employee. When the entire compensation of a joint employee is shown on the payroll of a single joint employer and is paid to the employee by that employer such employee should, for the purpose of returns, be treated as if employed solely by such employer.

(d) Service hours. (1) The number of hours on duty, or held for duty, and the number of hours paid for are to be ascertained and recorded for every class of employee. For enginemen and trainmen, the actual number of miles run and miles paid for but not run are to be recorded, as well as the number of hours on duty and the number of hours paid for. (The service time of all classes of employees shall be recorded in hours instead of days or hours as heretofore.)

(2) Whenever an employee works at more than one occupation, or in more than one class of service, both the number of hours worked and the compensation paid, should be separated and reported under the proper Reporting Divisions.

(3) If an employee is paid a day's wage for a smaller number of hours than constitutes a day's work, the number of hours paid for as well as the actual number of hours the employee is on duty should be ascertained and recorded. Time allowed for meals, part holidays, holidays, absences on leave, vacations, etc., should be excluded from time actually worked, but if such time is paid for it should be appropriately reported as “Time paid for but not worked” on Form A or as a “constructive allowance” on Form B. These requirements apply to enginemen and trainmen paid on the basis of trips or of miles run, and to employees paid at piece rates, as well as to employees paid on hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, or other time basis. Service hours for officers and employees who do not receive payment for overtime should be reported as the number of hours in each month at 8 hours per day contemplated for the position.

(e) Compensation. The compensation of employees as defined in the rules in this part is to be stated in such manner and detail as the forms adopted for periodical returns require.

§1245.4   Forms required to be used.

(a) The report of information to the Surface Transportation Board on railroad employees, service and compensation includes two forms. Form A relates to employees other than train and engine service employees. Form B relates to train and engine service employees.

(b) With general reference to the statement of the compensation of employees in Forms A and B, it should be understood that the total compensation received by the employees in each Reporting Division, as well as the amount of work they perform, should be shown properly distributed under the prescribed column heads as indicated by the forms. It should be noted that if the work of an employee varies during a report period, his time and compensation should be apportioned accordingly. Amounts reported should be gross compensation paid.

Illustrations. (a) In the course of a month, an employee works as a Machinist, and as such earns $200 and he works also as a Gang Foreman and earns $130. The pay received by him in the occupation of Machinist with corresponding time should be included in returns for Division 61, “Machinists”, and his other pay and time as indicated should be included in returns for Division 53, “Gang Foremen and Gang Leaders”. (b) When an employee works at two or more of the occupations of engineer, fireman, conductor, and brakeman, his time and compensation should be assigned in accordance with the facts. For example, in a certain month an employee earns as a Through Freight Engineer $110, as a Local or Way Freight Engineer $140, as a Yard Engineer $100, and as a Local or Way Freight Fireman $75. The time and the compensation of this employee should be correspondingly distributed among Reporting Divisions 122, 123, 124, and 127 as they are respectively applicable, without regard to the predominance of the time worked or the amount earned by him in one occupation.

(c) As elsewhere indicated, the statement of the number of employees in the service of a company with respect to Reporting Divisions depends upon the allocation of the individual employees as of the day of count.

(d) The Reporting Divisions shown in Forms A and B following will also be used in connection with the employees' schedule in the annual reports of railroads of classes I and II to the Board. Railroads of class III and lessor companies shall report only the information required in the annual report forms prescribed for such companies.

[32 FR 20462, Dec. 20, 1967, as amended at 47 FR 53867, Nov. 30, 1982]

§1245.5   Classification of job titles.

NumberClassificationDescriptionTypical titlesRelation to present classification
100Executives, Officials, and Staff Assistants
101Executives and General OfficersChief executives, corporate department heads and major subdepartment headsPresident, Vice President, Assistant Vice President, Controller, Treasurer, Director (head of subdepartment), General Superintendent (subdepartment head), Chief Engineer, General Manager (department or subdepartment head)More precisely defined than present No. 1, limited to executive management positions; adds new titles.
102Corporate Staff ManagersCorporate executives and managers assisting department and subdepartment headsDirector (other than subdepartment head), Assistant Director, Assistant General Manager (not regional), Manager, Assistant Manager, Assistant Chief Engineer, Purchasing Agent, Superintendent (not division), Assistant to (corporate executive or general officer), Executive Assistant (to corporate executive) Budget OfficerNew classification, providing a specific assignment for staff managers; adds new title.
103Regional and Division Officers, Assistants and Staff AssistantsRegional managers and assistants below the executive management level, and chief division officersAssistant General Manager, Assistant Regional Manager, General Superintendent, Assistant to General Manager, Division Superintendent, Master Mechanic, Division Sales Manager, District Sales Manager, Assistant Master Mechanic, District Engineer, Assistant Superintendent, Captain of Police, Division Engineer, Manager of Materials, Safety Inspector, Real Estate Agent, Real Estate Supervisor, Tax Agent, Buyer, Assistant Buyer, Sales Agent, Assistant Sales AgentSimilar to present No. 2 but limited to regional and divisional management; adds new title.
104Transportation Officers/ManagersManagers directly supervising train and yard operationsTrain Master, Assistant Train Master, General Yardmaster, General Road Foreman, Road Foreman, Assistant Road Foreman, Chief Power Supervisor (motive)New classification providing specific assignment for Operations Managers.
200Professional and Administrative
201Professionals (other than those reported in 101 and 102)Technical occupations requiring a high degree of training and/or supervising subprofessionals and techniciansGeneral Counsel, Assistant General Counsel, General Attorney, Assistant General Attorney, Attorney, Commerce Counsel, Chief Medical Officer, Medical Officer, Surgeon, Company Surgeon, Engineer, Architect, Chief Chemist, Nurse, Tax Accountant, Internal Auditor to General Accountant, Corporate Accountant, Supervisor Programing, Senior Computer System Specialist, Senior System AnalystCorresponds to present STB No. 3, but limited to professionals; adds new titles.
202SubprofessionalsTechnical occupations requiring a high degree of knowledge and/or skillDraftsman, Chemist, Assistant Chemist, X-ray Technician, Supervisor Estimating, Junior Engineer, Engineering Trainee, Photographer, Computer Programmer, Computer Analyst, Market Analyst, Pricing Analyst, Employment Supervisor, Research AnalystCorresponds to present STB No. 3 but limited to subprofessionals; adds new titles.
203Auditors, Traveling Auditors or AccountantsTitle is descriptiveTraveling Auditor, Accounting Specialist Auditors, Operations Traveling Auditors, Station AuditorsCorresponds to present STB No. 13.
204General and Administrative SupervisorsSupervisors responsible for administrative activity of a department, subdepartment, office or regionGeneral Supervisor, Supervisor, Chief Clerk, Office Supervisor, Supervisor Administration, Office Manager, Supervising Clerk, Head Clerk, Assistant Chief Clerk, Supervising Cashier, Division Supervisor, Regional Supervisor, Budget Supervisor, Administrative Supervisor, Administrative AssistantConsolidation of present STB Nos. 4 and 5; adds new titles.
205Sales and Traffic Representatives and AgentsNon-supervisory occupations with predominant responsibilities for sales and customer relationsFreight Traffic Agent, Coal Traffic Agent, Sales Representative, Freight Sales Representative, Freight Traffic Representative, Passenger Sales RepresentativeNew classification, containing a portion of present STB No. 19; adds new titles.
206Freight and Other Claim Agents and InvestigatorsOccupations which have predominant duties investigating and handling freight and personal injury claimsClaim Agent, Claim Investigator, Freight Claim Agent, Freight Claim InvestigatorConsolidates present STB Nos. 20 and 21; adds new titles.
207Supervising and Chief Claim AgentsTitle is descriptiveChief Claim Agent, Chief Freight Claim Agent, Assistant Chief Claim Agent, Chief District Claim Agent, District Freight Claim Agent, Chief Claim InvestigatorCorresponds with present STB No. 22.
208Lieutenants and Sergeants of PoliceTitle is descriptivePolice Lieutenant, Police SergeantCorresponds to present STB No. 17.
209Police Officers, Watchmen and Guards (Except Crossing and Bridge)Title is descriptivePolice Officer, Patrolman, Watchman, GuardCorresponds with present STB No. 18.
210Inspectors (Except Maintenance of Way and Equipment), Other Investigators, Examiners, Instructors, and Other Agents (Except Station Agents)Miscellaneous occupations which have predominant duties of investigating, inspecting, reviewing, and instructing and which require a high degree of technical knowledgeRules Examiner, Supervisor Rules, Safety Supervisor, Fire Marshall, Fire Chief, Instructor, Supervisor Procedures, Supervisor Yard ProceduresClassification for a portion of similar occupations included in present STB No. 19; adds new titles.
212Clerical Technicians and Clerical SpecialistsClerical occupations with duties to perform independently responsible work requiring special financial cost, accounting, or other technical knowledgeLead Clerk, Staff Assistant (clerical), Statistician, Cashier, Teller, Assistant Statistician, Rate Clerk, Pricing Clerk, Computer TechnicianCorresponds to present STB No. 6; adds new titles.
213Office Machine and Data Equipment OperatorsOccupations with predominant duties of operating office machines and computer equipmentMachine Operator, Clerk, Computer Operator, Keypunch Operator Office Machine TechnicianCorresponds to present STB No. 8; adds new titles.
214Secretaries, Stenographers, and TypistsSecretaries, Stenographers, and TypistsSecretary, Stenographer, Typists, Clerk Typist, Steno-clerkConsolidates present STB Nos. 9 and 10.
215General and Other Clerks (excluding yard clerk and crew dispatcher)Clerical occupations not otherwise classifiedFile Clerk, General Clerk, Bookkeeper, Ticket Clerk, Records Clerk, Trace Clerk, Assignment Clerk, Personnel Clerk, M of W Clerks, M of E ClerksCorresponds to present STB NO. 7; adds new titles.
216Telephone and Switchboard OperatorsTitle is descriptiveSwitchboard Operator, Chief OperatorPresent STB No. 14.
217Building and Office AttendantsMiscellaneous occupations associated with office building functionsElevator Operator, Elevator Starter, Janitor, Cleaner, PorterConsolidates present STB Nos. 16 and 26.
218Messengers and Office PersonsTitle is descriptiveMessenger, Office PersonPresent STB No. 15.
219Motor Vehicle OperatorsOccupations associated with automobile and truck drivingTruck Driver, Bus Driver, Driver, ChauffeurConsolidates present STB Nos. 24 and 25.
300Maintenance of Way and Structures
301Supervisors, Maintenance of Way, Structures, Communication and SignalsOccupations with supervisor responsibility for maintenance of way and structures (other than regional and divisional officers)Roadmaster, Division Roadmaster, Supervisor Track, Supervisor Bridges and Buildings, Supervisor Communications and Signals, Assistant Supervisor, General Foreman (MW&S), Assistant General Foreman (MW&S), Master Carpenter, Chief DraftsmanCorresponds with present STB Nos. 27 and 44.
302Maintenance of Way, Structures, Communication and Signals, and Scale InspectorsTitle is descriptiveChief Bridge and Building Inspector, Chief Scale Inspector, Bridge and Building Inspector, Scale Inspector, Roadway Equipment Inspector, Track and Roadway Inspector, Instrument Man, Rodman, Chainman, Inspector Communications and Signals, Signal InspectorCorresponds with present STB No. 28 plus part of old No. 44.
303Bridge and Building Gang ForemanTitle is descriptiveGang Foreman, Lead WorkmanConsolidates present STB No. 29 with bridge and building portion of present STB No. 39.
304Bridge and Building CarpentersTitle is descriptiveCarpenterCorresponds with present STB No. 30.
305Bridge and Building IronworkersTitle is descriptiveIronworkerCorresponds with present STB No. 31.
306Bridge and Building PaintersTitle is descriptivePainter, Sign PainterCorresponds with present STB No. 32.
307Masons, Bricklayers, Plasterers, and PlumbersTitle is descriptiveMason, Bricklayer, Plasterer, Plumber, Operator, Grinder, Welder (M of W)Corresponds with present STB Nos. 23 and 33.
308Bridge and Building Helpers and ApprenticesTitle is descriptiveCarpenter Helper, Ironworker Helper, Mason Helper, Plumber Helper, Painter Helper, Apprentice Carpenter, Apprentice Ironworker, Apprentice Mason, Plumber Apprentice, Apprentice Painter, Welder HelperCorresponds with present STB No. 34; adds new titles.
309Bridge and Building Gang and Bridge and Building Department LaborersTitle is descriptiveBridge and Building LaborerCorresponds with present STB No. 43.
310Track Gang Foremen (Extra Gang work train laborers)Title is descriptiveGang Foreman, Assistant ForemanCorresponds with present STB No. 38.
311Gang or Section ForemanTitle is descriptiveGang Foreman, Assistant Foreman, Section ForemanCorresponds with present STB No. 40.
312Extra Gang LaborersTitle is descriptiveTrackman, Fence LaborerCorresponds with present STB No. 41.
313Section LaborersTitle is descriptiveTrackman, Track and Roadway Section LaborerCorresponds with present STB No. 42.
314Machine OperatorsTitle is descriptiveCraneman, Portable Equipment Engineer, Portable Equipment Operator, Machine Operator, HelperConsolidates present STB No. 35, 36, and 37.
315Gang Foremen, Communications and SignalsTitle is descriptiveGang Foreman, Assistant Gang Foreman, Lead Signal MaintainerConsolidates present STB No. 45 with communications and signals occupations included in present STB No. 39.
316Signalmen and Signal MaintainersTitle is descriptiveSignalman, Signal MaintainerCorresponds with present STB No. 46.
317Linemen and Groundmen and Communications CraftsmanCommunications equipment installers, Maintainers, and repairmenElectrical Worker (Lineman), Electrical Worker (Groundman) Communications maintainerCorresponds with present STB No. 47.
318Assistant Signalmen and Assistant Signal MaintainersTitle is descriptiveAssistant Signalman, Assistant Signal MaintainerCorresponds with present STB No. 48.
319Signal Helpers and Signal Maintainer HelpersTitle is descriptiveSignalman Helper, Signal Maintainer HelperCorresponds with present STB No. 49.
320Camp Car CooksOccupations engage in food service in camp carsCamp Car Cook, Camp Car HelperCorresponds with part of present STB No. 97.
400Maintenance of Equipment and Stores
401Supervisors and General Foremen, Maintenance of EquipmentOccupations with supervisory responsibility for maintenance of equipment (other than regional and division officers)General Foreman Shop, General Foreman Enginehouse, General Foreman Diesel Terminal, Assistant General Foreman (M of E)Corresponds with present STB No. 50; adds new titles.
402Supervisors and General Foremen, Materials and StoresOccupations with supervisory responsibility for stores and materialsSupervisor Materials, Assistant Supervisor Materials, General Foreman Stores, General Foreman Reclamation Plant, Assistant General ForemanCorresponds with present STB No. 51; adds new titles.
403Equipment, Shop, Electrical InspectorsTitle is descriptiveChief Electrical Inspector, Chief Shop and Equipment Inspector, Electrical Inspector, Equipment Inspector, Inspector Diesel Locomotive, Fuel InspectorCorresponds with part of present STB No. 52.
404Materials and Supplies InspectorsTitle is descriptiveMaterials and Supplies Inspector, Chief Materials and Supplies Inspector, Timber Inspector, Tie InspectorCorresponds with part of present STB No. 52.
405StorekeeperTitle is descriptiveStorekeeper, Assistant Storekeeper, Materials Clerk, Store ClerkCorresponds to materials and stores occupation in present STB No. 11.
406Gang Foremen, Maintenance of EquipmentTitle is descriptiveGang ForemanConsolidates present STB Nos. 53 and 68.
407BlacksmithsTitle is descriptiveBlacksmithCorresponds with present STB No. 54.
408BoilermakersTitle is descriptiveBoilermakerCorresponds with present STB No. 55.
409Carmen (Freight)Repair and inspect freight carsCar Repairmen, Car Inspector, Carman, PainterCorresponds with present STB No. 57.
410Carmen (Other)Title is descriptiveCarmenCorresponds with present STB No. 56.
411Electrical Workers (A)ElectriciansElectrician, Electrical WorkerCorresponds with present STB No. 58.
412Electrical Workers (B)Electrical workers—occupations specialized in operating heavy equipmentCrane Operator, Load Dispatcher, Power Station Operator, Assistant Power DirectorCorresponds with present STB No. 59.
413Electrical Workers (C)Electrical Workers—occupation specialized in heavy equipment operating at coal, grain, and ore docksCoal and Ore Elevator Operator (electrical), Grain Elevator Operator (electrical)Corresponds with present STB No. 60.
414MachinistsTitle is descriptiveMachinistCorresponds with present STB No. 61.
415Sheet Metal WorkersTitle is descriptiveSheet Metal WorkerCorresponds with present STB No. 63.
416Skilled Trades, Helpers, Maintenance of Equipment and StoresTitle is descriptiveHelperCorresponds with present STB No. 64.
417Apprentices, Maintenance of Equipment and StoresTitle is descriptiveApprentice, Helper ApprenticeConsolidates present STB Nos. 65 and 66.
418Coach CleanersTitle is descriptiveCoach CleanerCorresponds with present STB No. 67.
419Laborers: Shops, Enginehouses, and Power PlantsTitle is descriptiveLaborerConsolidates present STB Nos. 70 and 71.
420Gang Foremen, Materials and StoresTitle is descriptiveGang ForemenCorresponds with present STB No. 69.
421Equipment Operators and General Laborers, Materials and StoresTitle is descriptiveLaborer, Materials Handler, Equipment Operators, Machine OperatorsCorresponds with present STB No. 72, plus part of STB No. 24.
422Stationary EngineersTitle is descriptiveChief Engineer (Steam Plant) Engineer, Stationary EngineerCorresponds with present STB No. 73.
423Stationary FiremenTitle is descriptiveStationary Fireman, Power Equipment Operator Helper, OilerCorresponds with present STB No. 74.
500Transportation, Other Than Train and Engine
501Transportation Supervisor and Chief Train DispatcherOccupational directly supervising train operationChief Train Dispatcher, Supervisor Train Operations, Transportation Supervisor, Supervisor Train Operations, Supervisor Locomotive and Car Distribution, Assistant Chief Train DispatcherCorresponds with present STB No. 75; adds new titles.
502Train DispatchersTitle is descriptiveTrain DispatcherCorresponds with present STB No. 76.
503Station, Freight and Passenger AgentsOccupations with responsibility for station operationsSupervising Station Agent, Assistant Supervising Station Agent, Station Agent, Freight Agent, Passenger Agent, Ticket Agent, Traveling Agent, Agent OperatorsConsolidates present STB Nos. 12, 78, 79, and 80.
504Chief Operators and Wire ChiefsTitle is descriptiveSupervising Operator, Chief Operator, Assistant Supervising Operator, Wire ChiefCorresponds with present STB No. 81.
505Clerk Operators, Towerman, Train DirectorsTitle is descriptiveClerk Operator, Block Operator, Operator, Towerman, Train DirectorsConsolidates present STB Nos. 77, 82 and 83.
506Station Masters and Assistants, Supervising Baggage Agents, Baggage Agents and AssistantsTitle is descriptiveStationmaster, Assistant Stationmaster, Supervising Baggage Agent, Baggage Agent, Assistant Baggage Agent, Parcel Room AgentConsolidates present STB Nos. 84, 85, and 86.
507Baggage, Parcel Room and Station AttendantsTitle is descriptiveBaggage Attendant, Parcel Room Attendant, Station Attendant, Gateman, Announcer, Station Usher, Red Cap, Information Bureau AttendantCorresponds with present STB No. 87.
508General and Assistant General Foremen, Stations, Warehouses, Grain Elevators, and DocksTitle is descriptiveGeneral Foreman, Assistant General ForemanConsolidates present STB Nos. 88 and 89.
509Gang Foremen, Stations, Warehouses, Grain Elevators and DocksTitle is descriptiveGang ForemanCorresponds with present STB No. 90.
510Grain Elevator, and Dock LaborersTitle is descriptiveLaborerConsolidates present STB Nos. 93 and 94.
511Station, and Warehouse LaborersTitle is descriptiveLoader, SealerCorresponds with present STB No. 91.
512Truckers (Station, Warehouse and Platforms)Title is descriptiveTruckerCorresponds with present STB No. 92.
513Food and Lodging Manager, SupervisorsOccupations with responsibility for supervision of food service or lodgingManager Lodging House, Restaurant Manager, Dining Car Supervisor, Dining Car StewardCorresponds with present STB No. 95.
514Transportation and Dining-Service InspectorsTitle is descriptiveInstructor Chef, Restaurant Inspector, Freight Service Inspector, Baggage InspectorCorresponds with present STB No. 99.
515Waiters and Kitchen Helpers (Restaurant and Dining Car)Title is descriptiveWaiter-in-charge, WaiterCorresponds with present STB No. 97.
516Chefs and Cooks (Restaurant and Dining Car)Title is descriptiveChef, CookCorresponds with present STB No. 96.
517Marine Officers and Workers and Shore WorkersAll occupations with predominant duties which are the operation of marine serviceCaptain, Engineer, Mate, Deckhand, Oiler, Purser, Boat Master, Fireman, Wharf Master, Able Seaman, Baggageman, Boat DispatcherCorresponds with present STB No. 98.
518Train AttendantsPassenger train occupations other than train service and dining car operationPorter, Buffet Lounge Attendant, StewardessConsolidates present STB Nos. 100 and 101.
519Bridge Operators and HelpersTitle is descriptiveBridge OperatorCorresponds with present STB No. 102.
520Bridge and Crossing Flagmen and GatemenTitle is descriptiveBridge Flagman, Crossing GatemanCorresponds with present STB No. 103.
521Yard ClerksClerical occupations situated in yards and yard officesYard Clerk, Yard Clerk Caller, Yard Demurrage Clerk, Yard Dispatcher Clerk, Piggyback ClerkNew classification.
522Crew DispatchersTitle is descriptiveCrew Dispatcher, Crew CallerNew classification.
523Yardmasters and Assistant YardmastersTitle is descriptiveYardmaster, Assistant YardmasterConsolidates present STB No. 105 and 106.
600Transportation, Train and Engine
601SwitchtendersTitle is descriptiveSwitchtenderCorresponds to present STB No. 107.
602Car Retarder Operators and Ground Service EmployeesGround occupations not part of yard crewCar Retarder Operator, Skatesman, Herder, Yard PilotNew classification—part of present STB No. 119; adds new titles.
603Outside HostlersTitle is descriptiveOutside HostlerCorresponds to present STB No. 108.
604Outside Hostler HelpersTitle is descriptiveOutside Hostler HelperCorresponds to present STB No. 110.
605Inside HostlerTitle is descriptiveInside HostlerCorresponds to present STB No. 109.
606Road Passenger ConductorsTitle is descriptivePassenger ConductorCorresponds to present STB No. 111.
607Assistant Road Passenger Conductors and Ticket CollectorsTitle is descriptiveAssistant Passenger Conductor, Ticket CollectorCorresponds to present STB No. 112.
608Road Freight Conductors (Through Freight)Title is descriptiveFreight Conductor, Work Train Conductor, (paid through rate)Corresponds to present STB No. 113.
609Road Freight Conductors (Local and Way Freight)Title is descriptiveFreight Conductor, Work Train Conductor, (paid local rate)Corresponds to present STB No. 114.
610Road Passenger BaggagepersonTitle is descriptiveBaggagepersonCorresponds to present STB No. 115.
611Road Passenger Brakemen and FlagmenTitle is descriptivePassenger Brakeman, Passenger FlagmanCorresponds to present STB No. 116.
612Road Freight Brakemen and Flagmen (Through Freight)Title is descriptiveFreight Brakeman, Freight Flagman, Work Train Brakeman (paid through rate)Corresponds to present STB No. 117.
613Road Freight Brakemen and Flagmen (Local and Way Freight)Title is descriptiveFreight Brakeman, Freight Flagman, Work Train Brakeman, (paid local rate)Corresponds to present STB No. 118.
614Yard Conductors and Yard ForemenTitle is descriptiveYard Conductor, Yard ForemanCorresponds to present STB No. 119 Less Car Retarder Operator and other ground occupations not part of Yard Crew.
615Yard Brakemen and Yard HelpersTitle is descriptiveYard Brakeman, Yard HelperCorresponds to present STB No. 120; adds new titles.
616Road Passenger Engineers and MotormenTitle is descriptivePassenger Engineer, Motorman, OperatorCorresponds to present STB No. 121.
617Road Freight Engineers (Through Freight)Title is descriptiveFreight Engineer, Work Train Engineer, (paid through rate)Corresponds to present STB No. 122.
618Road Freight Engineers (Local and Way Freight)Title is descriptiveFreight Engineer, Work Train Engineer, (paid local rate)Corresponds to present STB No. 123.
619Yard EngineersTitle is descriptiveYard EngineerCorresponds to present STB No. 124.
620Road Passenger Firemen and HelpersTitle is descriptivePassenger FiremanCorresponds to present STB No. 125.
621Road freight Firemen and Helpers (Through Freight)Title is descriptiveFreight FiremanCorresponds to present STB No. 126.
622Road Freight Firemen and Helpers (Local and Way Freight)Title is descriptiveFreight FiremanCorresponds to present STB No. 127.
623Yard Firemen and HelpersTitle is descriptiveYard FiremanCorresponds to present STB No. 128.

[47 FR 53868, Nov. 30, 1982, as amended at 50 FR 947, Jan. 8, 1985]

§1245.6   Cross reference to standard occupational classification manual.

Job titleSOC
100   Executives, Officials and Staff Assistants
101   Executive and General Officers:
President121.
Vice President121.
Assist. Vice President121.
Controller122.
Treasurer122.
Director (Head of Sub-Department)139.
General Superintendent139.
Subdepartment Head139.
Chief Engineer1342 and 1639.
General Manager (Dept. or Subdepartment Head)137.
102   Corporate Staff Managers:
Director (Other Than Sub-department Head)139.
Assist. Director139.
Assist. General Manager (Not Regional)137.
Manager137.
Assist. Manager137.
Assist. Chief Engineer1639.
Purchasing Agent1449.
Superintendent (Not Division)1342.
Assist. to (Corporate Executive or Gen. Officer)149.
Executive Assist. (To Corporate Executive)149.
Budget Officer1419.
103   Regional and Division Officers, Assistants and Staff Assistants:
Assist. General Manager137.
Assist. Regional Manager1342.
General Superintendent1342.
Assist. to General Manager137.
Division Superintendent1342.
Master Mechanic6117.
Division Sales Manager125.
District Sales Manager125.
Assist. Master Mechanic6117.
District Engineer1342 and 1639.
Assist. Superintendent1342.
Captain of Police5112.
Division Engineer1638 and 1342.
Manager of Materials4525.
Safety Inspector1473.
Real Estate Agent1353.
Real Estate Supv1353.
Tax Agent1412.
Buyer1449.
Assist. Buyer1449.
Sales Agent4235.
Assist. Sales Agent4235.
104   Transportation Officers/Managers:
Train Master1342.
Assist. Train Master1342.
General Yard Master8113.
General Road Foreman1342.
Road Foreman1342.
Assist. Road Foreman1342.
Chief, Power Supervisor (Motive)1342.
200   Professional and Administrative
201   Professionals (Other Than Those Reported in 101 and 102):
General Counsel211.
Assist. General Counsel211.
General Attorney211.
Assist. General Attorney211.
Attorney211.
Commerce Counsel211.
Chief Medical Officer261.
Medical Officer261.
Surgeon261.
Company Surgeon261.
Engineer1639.
Architect161.
Chief Chemist1845.
Nurse29 and 366.
Tax Accountant1412.
Internal Auditor to Gen. Accountant1412.
Corporate Accountant1412.
Supervisor Programming137.
Senior Computer System1712.
Specialist Senior System Analyst1712.
202   Subprofessionals:
Draftsman372.
Chemist1845.
Assist. Chemist1845.
X-ray Technician365.
Supv. Estimating149.
Junior Engineer1639.
Engineer Trainee1639.
Photographer326.
Computer Programmer397.
Computer Analyst1712.
Market Analyst1912.
Pricing Analyst4716.
Employment Supv.123.
Research Analyst1721.
203   Auditors, Traveling Auditors or Accountants:
Traveling Auditor1412.
Accounting Specialist Auditor1412.
Operations Traveling Auditor1412
Station Auditors1412.
204   General and Administrative Supervisors:
General Supv.4511 and 137.
Supv.4511 and 137.
Chief Clerk4511 and 137.
Office Supv.4511 and 137.
Supv. Admin.149.
Office Manager137.
Supv. Clerk4511 and 137.
Head Clerk4511 and 137.
Assist. Chief Clerk4511 and 137.
Supv. Cashier4529.
Division Supv.4511 and 137.
Regional Supv.4511 and 137.
Budget Supv.1419.
Admin. Supv.149.
Admin. Assist.149.
205   Sales and Traffic Representatives and Agents:
Freight Traffic Agent4152.
Coal Traffic Agent4152.
Sales Representative4152.
Freight Sales Representative4152.
Freight Traffic Representative4152.
Passenger Sales Representative4152.
206   Freight and other Claim Agents and Investigators:
Claim Agent4712.
Claim Investigator4783.
Freight Claim Agent4712.
Freight Claim Investigator4783.
207   Supervising and Chief Claim Agents:
Chief Claim Agent4529 and 1473.
Chief Freight Claim Agent4528.
Assist. Chief Claim Agent4528 and 1473.
Chief District Claim Agent4528.
District Freight Claim Agent4528.
Chief Claim Investigator4783.
208   Lieutenants and Sergeants of Police:
Police Lieutenant5112.
Police Sergeant5112.
209   Police Officers, Watchmen and Guards (Except Crossing and Bridge):
Police Officer5132.
Patrolman5144.
Watchman5144.
Guard5144.
210   Inspectors (Except Maintenance of Wage and Equipment) other Investigators, Examiners, Instructors, and other Agents (except Station Agents):
Rules Examiner1473.
Supv. Rules1473.
Safety Supv.1473.
Fire Marshall5122.
Fire Chief1131 and 5111.
Instructor239.
Supv. Procedures4525.
Supv. Yard Procedure4525.
212   Clerical Technicians and Clerical Specialists:
Lead Clerk4511 and 463.
Staff Assistant (Clerical)4511 and 463.
Statistician1733.
Cashier4364.
Teller4364.
Assist. Statistician1733.
Rate Clerk4716.
Pricing Clerk4716.
Computer Technician4612.
213   Office Machine and Data Equipment Operators:
Machine Operator4718.
Clerk463
Computer Operator4612.
Keypunch Operator4793.
Office Machine Technician4718.
214   Secretaries, Stenographers, and Typists:
Secretary4622.
Stenographer4623.
Typist4624.
Clerk Typists4624.
Steno. Clerk4623.
215   General and other Clerks (Excluding Yard Clerk and Crew Dispatcher):
File Clerk4696.
General Clerk463.
Bookkeeper4712.
Ticket Clerk4644.
Records Clerk4696.
Trace Clerk463.
Assignment Clerk4752.
Personnel Clerk4692.
M of W Clerks4699.
M of E Clerks4699.
216   Telephone and Switchboard Operators:
Switchboard Operator4732.
Chief Operator4523.
217   Building and Office Attendants:
Elevator Operator5245.
Elevator Starter5241.
Janitor5244.
Cleaner5244.
Porter5244.
218   Messengers and Office Persons:
Messenger4745.
Office Person4745.
219   Motor Vehicle Operators:
Truck Driver8213 and 8214.
Bus Driver8215.
Driver Chauffeur8216.
300   Maintenance of Way and Structures
301   Supervisors, Maintenance of Way, Structures, Communication and Signals:
Roadmaster1342.
Division Roadmaster1342.
Supv. Track812.
Supv. Bridges and Buildings133.
Supv. Communications & Signals1341.
Assist. Supv1341.
General Foreman1342.
Assist. General Foreman1342.
Master Carpenter6313.
Chief Draftsman372.
302   Maintenance of Way, Structures, Communication and Signals, and Scale Inspectors:
Chief Bridges & Building Inspector782.
Chief Scale Inspector782.
Bridge & Building Inspector1472.
Scale Inspector782.
Roadway Equipment Inspector828.
Track and Roadway Inspector828.
Instrument Man6881 and 6151.
Roadman1472 and 8769.
Chainman613.
Inspector Communications & Signals1341.
Signal Inspector1341.
303   Bridge and Building Gang Foreman:
Gang Foreman6318.
Lead Foreman6318.
304   Bridge and Building Carpenter: Carpenter6422.
305   Bridge and Building Ironworkers: Iron Worker6473.
306   Bridge and Building Painter:
Painter6442.
Sign Painter6863.
307   Masons, Bricklayers, Plasterers, and Plumbers:
Mason6413, 6444, 6463, and 6412.
Bricklayer6412.
Plasterer6444.
Plumber645.
Operator6467.
Grinder6467.
Welder7714.
308   Bridge and Building Helpers and Apprentices:
Bridge and Building Helper Appr6473.
Carpenter Helper8642.
Iron Worker Helper6473 and 862.
Mason Helper8641.
Plumber Helper8645.
Painter Helper8644.
Apprentice, Carpenter6422.
Apprentice, Iron Worker6473.
Apprentice Mason6412, 6413, 6444, and 6463.
Plumber Apprentice645.
Apprentice Painter6442 and 8644.
Welder Helper862.
309   Bridge and Building Gang and Bridge and Building Department Labors: Bridge and Building Labor871.
310   Track Gang Foreman (Extra Gang Work Train Laborers):
Gang Foreman (Track)6318.
Assist. Foreman6318.
311   Gang or Section Foreman:
Gang Foreman6318.
Assist. Foreman6318.
Section Foreman6318.
312   Extra Gang Laborers:
Trackman6467.
Fence Laborer6479 and 8769.
313   Section Laborers:
Trackman8769.
Track & Roadway Section Labor8769.
314   Machine Operators:
Craneman8315.
Portable Equipment Engineer8312.
Portable Equipment Operator8319.
Machine Operator8319.
Helper8618.
315   Gang Foreman, Communications and Signals:
Gang foreman6318.
Assist. Gang Foreman6318.
Lead Signal Maintainer6318.
316   Signal and Signal Maintainer:
Signalman8233.
Signal Maintainer6151 and 8233.
317   Linemen and Groundmen and Communications Craftsman:
Electrical Worker (lineman)6433.
Electrical Worker (groundsman)6432.
Communications Maintainer6151.
318   Assistant Signalmen and Assistant Signalmen Maintainers:
Assist. Signalman8233 and 6151.
Assist. Signal Maintainer6151 and 8233.
319   Signal Helpers and Signal Maintainer Helpers:
Signalman Helper8635.
Signalman Maintainer Helper8635.
320   Camp Car Cooks:
Camp Car Cook5214.
Camp Car Helper5219.
400   Maintenance of Equipment and Stores
401   Supervisors and General Foreman, Maintenance of Equipment:
General Foreman Shop6318 and 1342.
General Foreman Enginehouse6318 and 1342.
General Foreman Diesel Terminal6318 and 1342.
Assist. General Foreman (M&E)6318 and 1342.
402   Supervisors and General Foreman, Materials and Stores:
Supv. Materials4525.
Assist. Supv. Materials4525.
General Foreman Stores4524.
General Foreman Reclamations Plant6318.
Assist. General Foreman6318.
403   Equipment, Shop, Electrical Inspectors:
Chief Electrical Inspector6314.
Chief Shop & Equipment Inspector1472.
Electrical Inspector1472.
Equipment Inspector6881.
Inspector Diesel locomotive6881.
Fuel Inspector6831.
404   Materials and Supplies Inspector:
Materials and Supplies Inspector782.
Chief Materials and Supplies4525.
Inspector782.
Timber Inspector782.
Tie Inspector782.
405   Storekeeper:
Storekeeper4754.
Assist. Storekeeper4754.
Materials Clerk4754.
Store Clerk4754.
406   Gang Foreman, Maintenance of Equipment: Gang Foreman6318.
407   Blacksmith:
Blacksmiths6179.
408   Boilermakers:
Boilermaker6814.
409   Carmen (Freight):
Car Repairmen6117.
Car Inspector828.
Car Painter6442.
410   Carmen (other):
Carman6117.
411   Electrical Workers (A):
Electrician6432.
Electrical Worker6159.
412   Electrical Workers (B):
Crane Operator8315.
Load Dispatcher4751.
Power Station Operator6932.
Assist. Power Director6932.
413   Electrical Workers (C):
Coal and Ore Elevator Operator (elec)8319.
Grain Elevator Operator (electrical)8319.
414   Machinists:
Machinist6813.
415   Sheet Metal Workers:
Sheet Metal Worker6824.
416   Skilled Trades, Helpers, Maintenance of Equipment and Stores: Helper861, 862, 863, and 864.
417   Apprentices, Maintenance of Equipment and Stores:
Apprentice863.
Helper Apprentices863.
418   Coach Cleaners: Coach Cleaner875.
419   Laborers; Shops, Enginehouses, and Power Plants: Laborer8769, 86, and 87.
420   Gang Foreman, Materials and Stores: Gang Foreman6318.
421   Equipment Operators and General Laborers, Materials and Stores:
Laborer8725, and 8769.
Materials Handler8726.
Equipment Operator8239.
Machine Operator8319.
422   Stationary Engineers:
Chief Engineer (Steam Plant)6932.
Engineer6932.
Stationary Engineer6931.
423   Stationary Firemen:
Stationary Fireman5122 and 8619.
Power Equipment Operator Helper8319.
Oiler614.
500   Transportation other Than Train and Engine
501   Transportation Supervisor and Chief Train Dispatcher:
Chief Train Dispatcher8113.
Supv. Train Operator1342.
Transportation Supv1342.
Supv. Locomotives and Car Dist4759 and 8111.
Assist. Chief Train Dispatcher8113.
502   Train Dispatchers: Train Dispatcher8113.
503   Station, Freight and Passenger Agents:
Supv. Station Agent4514.
Assist. Supv. Station Agent4514.
Station Agent4514.
Freight Agent4644.
Passenger Agent4644.
Ticket Agent4644.
Traveling Agent4644.
Agent Operators4514.
504   Chief Operators and Wire Chiefs:
Supv. Operator4523.
Chief Operator4523.
Assist. Supv. Operator4523.
Wire Chief4523 and 60.
505   Clerk Operators, Towerman, Train Directors:
Clerk Operator4632.
Block Operator4632.
Operator4632.
Towerman8239.
Train Director8113.
506   Station Masters and Assistants, Supervising Baggage Agents, Baggage Agents and Assistants:
Stationmaster1342.
Assist. Station Master1342.
Supv. Baggage Agent4525.
Baggage Agent5262.
Assist. Baggage Agent5262.
Parcel Room Agent4744.
507   Baggage Parcel Room and Station Attendants:
Baggage Attendant5262.
Parcel Room Attendant4744.
Station Attendant4514.
Gateman5144.
Announcer4649.
Station Usher5256.
Red Cap5262.
Information Bureau Attendant4649.
508   General and Assistant General Foreman, Stations. Warehouses, Grain Elevators and Docks:
General Foreman6318.
Assist. General Foreman6318.
509   Gang Foreman, Stations, Warehouses, Grain Elevators and Docks:
Gang Foreman6318.
510   Grain Elevator and Dock Laborers:
Laborer8242.
511   Station and Warehouse Laborers:
Loader8726.
Sealer8769 and 8724.
512   Trucks (Station, Warehouse and Platforms):
Trucker8214.
513   Food and Lodging Manager, Supervisors:
Manager Lodging House1351.
Restaurant Manager1351.
Dining Car Supv.5211, and 1473.
Dinning car Steward5211.
514   Transportation and Dining Service Inspectors:
Instructor Chef5214.
Restaurant Inspector828.
Freight Service Inspector828.
Baggage Inspector828.
515   Waiters and Kitchen Helpers (Restaurant and Dining):
Waiter-in-Charge5211.
Waiter5211.
516   Chefs and Cooks (Restaurant and Dining Car):
Chef5211.
Cook5211 and 5214.
517   Marine Officers and Workers and Shore Workers:
Captain8242.
Engineer8244.
Mate8242.
Deckhand8243.
Oiler Purser8244.
Boat Master8241.
Fireman8243.
Wharf Master1342.
Able Seaman8243.
Baggageman5262.
Boat Dispatcher1342.
518   Train Attendants:
Porter5262.
Buffet Lounge Attendant4366.
Stewardess5211.
519   Bridge Operators and Helpers: Bridge Operator8245.
520   Bridge and Crossing Flagmen and Gatemen:
Bridge Flagman8769.
Crossing Gateman5144.
521   Yard Clerks:
Yard Clerk4754.
Yard Caller4745.
Yard Dispatcher Clerk4752.
Piggyback Clerk4753.
Yard Demurrage Clerk4715.
522   Crew Dispatchers:
Crew Dispatcher4751 and 4525.
Crew Caller4745.
523   Yardmasters and Assistant Yardmasters:
Yardmaster8113.
Assist. Yardmaster8113.
600   Transportation, Train and Engine
601   Switchtenders: Switchtender8233.
602   Car Retarder Operators and Ground Service Employees:
Car Retarder Operator8239.
Skatesman8769.
Herder8769.
Yard Pilot8113.
603   Outside Hostlers: Outside Hostler8232.
604   Outside Hostlers Helpers: Outside Hostler Helper8232.
605   Inside Hostlers: Inside Hostler8232.
606   Road Passenger Conductors: Passenger Conductor8113.
607   Assistant Road Passenger Conductor and Ticket Collectors:
Assistant Passenger Conductor8113.
Ticket Collector5256.
608   Road Freight Conductors (Through Freight):
Freight Conductor8113.
Work Train Conductor8113.
609   Road Freight Conductors (Local and Way Freight):
Freight Conductor8113.
Work Train Conductor8113.
610   Road Passenger Baggagepersons: Baggageperson5262.
611   Road Passenger Brakeman and Flagman:
Passenger Brakeman8233.
Passenger Flagman5142.
612   Road Freight Brakemen and Flagmen (Through Freight):
Freight Brakeman8233.
Freight Flagman5142.
Work Train Brakeman8233.
613   Road Freight Brakemen and Flagmen (Local and Way Freight):
Freight Brakeman8233.
Freight Flagman5142.
Work Train Brakeman8233.
614   Yard Conductors and Yard Foremen:
Yard Conductor8113.
Yard Foreman8113.
615   Yard Brakemen and Yard Helpers:
Yard Brakeman8233.
Yard Helper8769.
616   Road Passengers Engineers and Motormen:
Passenger Engineer8232.
Motorman Operator8232.
617   Road Freight Engineers (Through Freight):
Freight Engineer8232.
Work Train Engineer8232.
618   Road Freight Engineers (Local and Way Freight):
Freight Engineer8232.
Work Train Engineer8232.
619   Yard Engineers: Yard Engineer8232.
620   Road Passenger Firemen and Helpers: Passenger Fireman8232.
621   Road Freight Firemen and Helpers (Through Freight): Freight Fireman8232.
622   Road Freight Firemen and Helpers (Local and Way Freight): Freight Fireman8232.
623   Yard Firemen and Helpers: Yard Fireman8232.

[47 FR 53871, Nov. 30, 1982, as amended at 50 FR 947, Jan. 8, 1985]



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