Working on the Railroad

Dino in ChicagoMore than 20,000 Amtrak employees make up America’s Railroad. From the far corners of the country, they’re dedicated to an operation that runs 24 hours, 365 days a year. Locomotive engineer Dino, who has worked for the company since 1986, is one of them. He’s based in Chicago, where the majority of the company’s long-distance trains, including the Southwest Chief, City of New Orleans and Texas Eagle, originate.

 

 

Amtrak challenged Brandon Stanton, the photographer behind Humans of New York, to leave New York and capture #AmtrakStories from across the country. For 31 days, we'll share one new portrait and story each day on our blog in celebration of the customers who ride America's Railroad.

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sirdoc
sirdoc

Looking to find A job here in Austin or one that allows me to travel ,I have about 40 Applications/Resume online and no hie at all,don't understand,though I am 51 does that matter.Love to travel and what better way to Work and make money then by Working for Amtrak.Help me(Smile).  James 512-571-9860 jamesdocharris@yahoo.com

AmtrakCareers
AmtrakCareers

@sirdoc Thank you for reaching out and interest in a career at Amtrak.  Our recruiters review a large number of applications for each of our job opportunities.  We hire the best fit candidates (of all ages!) based on prior experience and the requirements specified in the job description. I'll have a look at your recent applications and try to connect you with the right recruiter who will be able to offer additional guidance.  Thank you again!

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