“I build tomorrows.”
When you join Union Pacific, you will play a direct role in where America's going. Your talents, ambition and skills can impact every sector of almost any industry in the nation. From small businesses to sports arenas—you name it you can help build it. This is where your career will be supported by the finest resources, training and technology, backed by more than 150 years of know-how.
Emily Sr. Business Manager Sales, Ag Products – Omaha, NE
“I build progress.”
Union Pacific helps to make things possible. We embrace new ideas, stepping up to the challenge and looking to take our technology to the next level. That is where you come in. We need innovative thinkers who can implement complex technology across our entire company. You get to solve tough problems and see your ideas come to life.
Kolli Systems Engineer – Omaha, NE
“I build the future.”
Your job description at Union Pacific includes helping to build our country. From houses to power plants to businesses of all sizes, you will be joining a team that makes things happen. You will help haul, supply and ship the materials and goods for nearly every industry you can think of. The work you will do—whether it's repairing our locomotive or maintaining our tracks—gets people what they need.
Kendrick Manager – Yard Operations – Omaha, NE
“I build optimism.”
Your accomplishments at Union Pacific are not only tangible, they're the backbone of our railroad. With more than 32,000 miles of track, you will have the chance to work on bridges, buildings, and signals--spread out amongst 23 states. And your on-the-spot problem solving affects a lot more than time and money. It affects people and businesses all over the country.
Kate Corporate Auditor – Omaha, NE
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