• Rail Loader - Mon - Thur

    Job Locations Smyrna, Tennessee, United States
    Posted Date 3 days ago(4/18/2019 4:23 PM)
    Requisition ID
    # of Openings
    1st shift
  • Overview

    Excited about working in a fast-paced environment? Hate sitting at a desk? Come join our team!

    Working Hours:  Monday - Thursday 6:00 am to 4:45 pm plus overtime as required

    Job Description

     Apply now if you:

    • take pride in your work, have a safety mindset, and are dependable 
    • have a driver's license and a good driving record
    • are proficient driving manual and automatic transmission vehicles
    • love working outside in variable weather conditions
    • like physically challenging work
      • extensive walking,
      • frequent bending and stooping
      • working in confined spaces in rail cars
      • lifting 80 lbs to 100 lbs
    • are comfortable working at heights of 20 plus feet from ground level

    Job Requirements

    As a rail loader/unloader, your role will:

    • Prepare railcars for shipment: opening and closing railcar doors, setting bridge plates, removing debris, inspecting equipment
    • Load and/or unload vehicles onto railcars in compliance with company quality standards
    • Ensure vehicles are properly spaced within the rail
    • Secure vehicles according to customer standards onto outbound railcars
    • Perform work safely, protecting yourself, coworkers, and property entrusted to your care
    • Perform to established quality and productivity standards

    Our Culture Compass (values) guides how we work together exhibiting Courage, Imagination, Trust, Candor and Speed.

    We are the Wallenius Wilhelmsen group, delivering innovative and sustainable global shipping and logistics solutions for manufacturers of cars, trucks, heavy equipment and specialized cargo.


    If you are interested in joining our team APPLY NOW!


    Wallenius Wilhelmsen is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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