Brian Beverland

“I build communities.”

What will you build?

Supply

Supply

Imagine a shopping trip with 7,000 stops and a $6 billion budget, and you will begin to understand the scope of what we do. As a part of the Supply team, your job will be to buy the railroad everything it needs. Everything. Locomotive, office supplies, computers, freight cars. The decisions you make every day will have a direct and immediate impact on the company’s finances.

You will start as a Supply Analyst, working with other departments to understand what they need, and then going out and finding the best ways to meet those needs. You will research cost and quality, make suggestions and set long-term buying strategies. You will use the latest supply-chain processes, information systems and transportation logistics to manage 16 warehouses and more than $500 million in inventory.

Requirements:

  • Business, supply chain, finance, accounting, transportation logistics or warehouse operations degrees and experience.
  • You must be an analytical thinker and problem-solver.
  • Confident communicator and a team player with leadership skills.

Training:

As a new employee, you will work on a team, with a manager who will mentor your personal and professional progress. Your skills will continue to grow with ongoing professional development and training.

Our employees are constantly challenged to learn new technology and new ways of thinking. Our Educational Assistance Program encourages full-time regular staff employees to take job-related courses during their non-work hours at accredited schools, colleges and universities. The program reimburses employees for 100 percent of tuition up to $5,250 a year.

Union Pacific also provides internal training programs and encourages employees take advantage of these programs.

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