whats going on guys, Joe here, and today we are discussing my top tips on how to get hired on at the railroad. whether you are looking for a job at the union pacific or at a smaller railroad, I believe this tips will help.
Military veteran Sierra Bibbs shows you her job fueling and preparing BNSF Railway trains. BNSF proudly hires military veterans. For more information about careers at BNSF, please visit www.bnsf.com/careers.
BNSF Railway conductor Kyle Schaefer shows you his job duties and says working at the railroad is his "childhood dream job." For more information about career opportunities at BNSF, please visit www.bnsf.com/careers.
National Guard mechanic and BNSF Railway employee Chris Olivares says a career at BNSF is a great choice. Here's a look at what he does as a carman.
BNSF Railway employee Gabe Chavez takes you through his day keeping grade crossing signals working properly. Interested in a railroad career? Visit http://www.bnsf.com/careers for more information.
Darnell Reid studied engineering and mathematics, then decided the office life wasn't for him. He joined BNSF as a mechanical foreman at the Commerce Locomotive Facility in California. "There are tons of opportunities across this system to find your niche," he says. For more information about careers at BNSF, visit http://www.bnsf.com/careers.
What's going one everybody, Joe here and today we are talking about the top 10 reasons to work for the railroad. These reasons for working on the railroad are my own opinion as you may have a different order or different reasons to work on the railroad and if so be sure to leave them in tho comment section down below.
What's going on everybody, Joe here, and today we are talking about the daily operations of my job on the railroad. I hope that you guys enjoy this video.
CN recruitment video describing a CN job and what it entails. 2/6: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBiqFHKqK7o
Richard, a Union Pacific engineer, discusses what he likes about his job as a locomotive engineer at UP. Train Crew are groomed to become the next generation of locomotive engineers and conductors. For more information about careers at Union Pacific, please visit www.UP.jobs today!