Get your rail career on track with CTC, Inc.
Located in the heart of Fort Worth, Texas, CTC, Inc. is the leader in complete signal systems solutions and highway-rail grade crossing safety for the passenger and freight rail industry. We offer a wide variety of services to our clients across the United States and Canada, including highway-rail grade crossing safety assessments, communication and signaling systems, wayside signal engineering and design, application programming, material integration and electronic assembly services, railway systems maintenance, installation construction services, project management, preemption review and design, and nation-wide quiet zone planning and implementation.
Over the last several years the firm has grown rapidly, evolving from a handful of employees in 2007 to more than 50 in 2016. We’re on the lookout for self-motivated, detail-oriented team players with the ability to use creative problem solving techniques. Positions we frequently hire include: signal maintainers, entry and mid-level traffic engineers, engineering technicians, electronic assembly technicians and CAD Operators.
Our team members are offered all the tools to get the job done and a great work environment, plus competitive salaries, health care benefits, paid time off, professional development and more.
We prize innovation, a strong work ethic and a can-do attitude. Are you ready to get your rail career on track? Explore our job openings and apply at CTC today.
Rail Career Opportunities in Fort Worth, Texas
CTC’s engineering teams are tasked with unique challenges across the board. While our traffic engineers oversee thousands of miles of track and hundreds of highway-rail grade crossings, our electrical engineers use creative problem solving to provide innovative products to clients nationwide. Some of our positions require technical degrees, but we also have entry and mid-level engineering positions. Engineering employees can work varying schedules and may travel extensively to accommodate the operations of our clients. An engineering position at CTC requires teamwork and a strong focus on safety. Click on the links below to learn more about our open engineering jobs in Fort Worth, Texas.
Construction + Railroad Signal Maintenance
This team is responsible for inspecting, constructing, maintaining and repairing signals for Class I, regional and short lines, and passenger lines across the country. These employees also plan and supervise construction projects, estimate project time and cost, and ensure infrastructure integrity. A construction position requires a strong focus on working safety. Employees will work both indoors and outdoors in all weather conditions, and may be required to travel to meet the needs of our clients. Click on the links to find out more about our open construction and signal maintenance jobs in Fort Worth, Texas.
Computer Science + Computer Engineering
Smart technology is increasingly playing a role in the development of products and services in the rail industry. We’re looking for team members with a background in computer engineering or have Computer Aided Design (CAD) knowledge to help us develop the software and operating systems that will improve the safety of our work and change the way we travel. Explore the links below to learn more about our open computer engineering jobs in Fort Worth, Texas
Engineering Internship Opportunities
CTC’s Summer Engineering Internship Program provides college juniors and seniors with an opportunity to experience what it’s like to be a full-time engineer at CTC, Inc. This is more than just a summer job; it’s a chance to tackle real engineering challenges. You’ll be given assignments that are not only rewarding, but also put your skills, education and creative thinking into practice.
Jump start your rail career and apply for CTC’s Summer Engineering Internship Program now!
CTC, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer that maintains a policy of nondiscrimination with respect to all employees and applicants for employment. All employment decisions will be made without regard to race, color, sex (including pregnancy), religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable law. Employment decisions are based solely on employees’ qualifications, merit, and performance, subject to the business requirements of the company.