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Job Company – Union Pacific – 2.8
Job Location – Mira Loma, CA
Salary – 9 hours ago
Job Type
Job Qualification – ConstructionDriver’s LicensePower toolsCDLCommunication skills

Job Description

Join a team of Bridge & Building Carpenters with a record of repairing railroad infrastructure for Union Pacific over 150 years! Bridge and building carpenters perform carpentry work related to the construction, maintenance, and repair of bridges and buildings, as assigned under the supervision of a foreman. By repairing our bridge structures, you’ll enable Union Pacific to move trains safely and efficiently to serve its customers throughout North America! We are powered by our people, will you join our team?

Required Certifications:
For this position, you will be required to become a Union Pacific certified driver during your probationary period. To become certified, you must meet the following Motor Vehicle and Medical Requirements:

1. Must be a minimum of 21 years of age

2. Have valid driver’s license

3. Have an acceptable driving record per your Motor Vehicle Record (MVR)

4. You may also be required to obtain your Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) if you will be operating a vehicle(s) with a GVWR of 26,000 lbs or greater. If this is required, you will need to obtain your CDL during your probationary period.

Medical Requirements:
Must meet the medical requirements (also called physical qualifications) for commercial motor vehicle drivers as specified by the US Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). The FMCSA physical qualifications for drivers can be found on the FMCSA homepage. Health and Medical Services at Union Pacific Railroad will make the final determination on whether or not an individual meets the FMCSA medical qualifications, and may add additional medical requirements to assure the person can safely perform job tasks, with or without accommodation.

Painting, framing, and installation of bridge timbers
Masonry repairs to bridges (including concrete form construction, pile driving, and layout and pouring and finishing concrete)
Miscellaneous work related to construction and repair of culverts, timber and steel bridges and buildings
Develop and maintain positive working relationships with coworkers, supervisors, contractors and/or customers and effectively handle urgent situations
Ensure compliance with all railroad rules and regulations for safety, operations and Federal Railroad Administration (FRA)
Perform other duties as assigned
Valid driver’s license
Commercial Drivers License (CDL) Class A or Class B, or can obtain one within your probationary period
Able to read and comprehend blueprints
Experience using hand and power tools
Proficient verbal and written communication skills to deliver information to coworker(s) and supervisor(s)
Experience reading and understanding instructions (examples may include: operating and safety rules, bulletins, special instructions, and federal regulatory documents)
Candidates for this position must pass a pre-employment test in English before being allowed to interview. The number of candidates who pass the test and are granted an interview is based upon hiring needs. If you have taken this test for any of the jobs listed here and failed within the last six months, you will not be eligible to apply for this position. Click here to see a sample of the Workplace Practices Test.
Candidates must qualify on a Physical Ability Test (PAT) prior to employment. Click here for a description of the Physical Abilities Test
Experience working outdoors in variable weather conditions (consider professional, personal, and volunteer experience)
Experience operating heavy equipment such as construction, farm, etc. (consider professional, personal, and volunteer experience)
Experience working in a construction-type setting (consider professional, personal, and volunteer experience)
Experience working in an environment that requires you to wear personal protective equipment such as safety glasses, safety boots, hard hats, and hearing protection
Commercial Drivers License (CDL) Class A or Class B
Physical Requirements
Ability to occasionally bend, stoop, kneel, and climb to access the worksite
Able to push and pull objects weighing up to 119 lbs, carry objects weighing up to 65 lbs a minimum of 20 ft, and able to perform physically strenuous work
Able to remain standing for more than one-half of every work day with an opportunity to periodically change position for comfort
Able to frequently walk and maintain balance on a variety of surfaces and must have manual dexterity with eye-hand coordination
Work Conditions
Work at various heights
Authorized to work in the United States without company sponsorship
Willingness to practice safe work habits
Must be willing and able to work around large equipment such as railcars, locomotives and cranes
Apply only to those locations where you are prepared to live and work
21 years of age or older
Benefit information can be found under the Benefits section on (
Willing to work on-call, overtime, various shifts, 7 days a week, as well as weekends and holidays
To the extent required by federal law and/or collective bargaining agreement, membership to the respective labor union is required. The union agreement dictates the pay rate and cannot be individually negotiated. Monthly dues are the responsibility of the employee.

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