Job Order #: 5303089
as per collective agreement
Length of Employment:
GED 12 - General Educational Development
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In it for the long-haul ?
So are we.
CN is a railroad with a great legacy and a very bright future. As an industry leader, we offer our employees secure, rewarding careers.
In fact, we`re looking to fill several Train Operator (Conductor) positions across Saskatchewan, including in Saskatoon.
Join our proud team of railroaders and enjoy full training, a competitive wage and outstanding benefits. In 2012, Canadian Conductors earned an average salary of $85,000.
To learn how to become a CN Conductor, join us at our next career fair! You will learn more about this challenging and rewarding job. This is also your chance to have an interview on the spot!
Thursday, August 29, 2013
One Session: 8:30 AM
Be sure to arrive for the MANDATORY ORIENTATION SESSION.
RADISSON HOTEL SASKATOON
405 20TH ST. E, SASKATOON, SK, S7K 6X6
BRING WITH YOU:
Your resume, along with a legible copy of 2 different government-issued IDs (including one with photo).
In the meantime, we invite you to visit jobs.cn.ca, where you can view the full job description and also apply online before the event (Req #3247)
To apply, go to: http://jobs.cn.ca/jobs/3247BR/Canada-Saskatchewan--Saskatoon-Rail-Operations-Train-Operator--Freight-Conductor-
Build a career in a strong, growing and innovative company.
Find your place at CN.
Skills and Abilities
- Continuous learning
- Computer use
- Finding information
- Job task planning and organizing
- Critical thinking
- Decision making
- Problem solving
- Working with others
- Oral communication
- Document use
- Reading text
- Assist in collecting fares
- Assist passengers on and off train
- Prepare train run reports
- Supervise train crew members
Railway Conductor Specific Skills
- Co-ordinate activities of passengers and crew members
- Collect fares and tickets
- Deal with passenger enquiries
- Receive and communicate train operation information
Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.)
- Level 'B' Canadian Rail Operating Rules Certificate
- Level 'A' Canadian Rail Operating Rules Certificate