Engineering: Track, Structures, & Signal
The safety and integrity of BNSF’s railroad infrastructure depends on our Engineering team. This team is responsible for inspecting, constructing, maintaining and repairing our network, which includes the track itself, plus the signals, bridges, tunnels and other structures along our right of way. The team’s efforts keep our trains rolling — on time and damage-free.
The majority of our nearly 11,000 Engineering employees are scheduled (union-represented). While we have positions requiring a technical degree, we also have many entry-level Engineering positions. Engineering employees work varying schedules and travel extensively to accommodate our 24/7 operation. An Engineering position at BNSF requires teamwork and a strong focus on working safely to maintain and expand our infrastructure. Whether laying or repairing track, using heavy machinery or helping to restore a bridge after a major storm, BNSF Engineering leverages the latest technology and tools to ensure the safety and reliability of our network.
Engineering employees generally have a set shift, which may include nights, weekends, holidays or on call for emergency situations. Employees work both indoors and outdoors in all weather conditions. Work may require travel and time away from home.
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