Brian Beverland

“I build trust.”

What will you build?

Railroad Operations

With more than 8,000 locomotives, 75,000 freight cars, and an infrastructure spanning 32,000 route miles in 23 states, Union Pacific has a tremendous demand for hard-working, dedicated employees at every skill level. --These are important roles -- critical to our success and critical to the success of the nation.

Transportation

Our Transportation Department moves Union Pacific's locomotives and freight across the UP system safely and on time.

Train Crew

Mechanical

The Mechanical Department maintains and repairs our fleet of 8,000 locomotives and 75,000 freight cars.

Diesel Electrician

Diesel Mechanic

Freight Car Repairer

Mechanical Service Operator

Engineering

The Engineering department is responsible for building and maintaining Union Pacific's infrastructure, which includes track, roadways, signals, bridges and buildings.

Track Laborer

Assistant Signal Person

Bridge and Building Carpenter

Work Equipment Mechanic

Administrative

Individuals in our administrative departments work behind the scenes to help teams across the system meet the needs for our customers. Teamwork and dedication will ensure that we're all able to continue building America.

Crew Dispatcher

Utility Clerk

Telecommunications

Our telecommunications network is one of the largest in the United States. This is our railroad's central nervous system and this state-of-the-art technology ensures that all freight arrives exactly where and when it's needed.

Electronic Technician

Installation Technician

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