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TRAIN CONDUCTOR NORTheRN IOWA hiring Bonus and Relocation Package! Position Requirements: Duties include climbing ladders, boarding freight cars, operating track switches, inspecting cars and using radio communication to control train movement. Applicant must be able to push, pull, lift and carry up to 25 pounds frequently; up to 50 pounds occasionally; and up to 85 pounds infrequently. Applicant must have good balance to regularly step on and off equipment and work from ladders to perform various tasks. Position involves extensive walking, sitting, standing and stooping. Conductors work outdoors in all weather conditions and frequently at elevations more than 12’ above ground. Conductors do not work a standard 40-hour work week. Train crews are always on-call, to include weekends and holidays. Work locations for this position include Waterloo, Shell Rock and Manly, IA. For more information on The Iowa Northern or to complete an application online please visit http://www.iowanorthern.com. Interested applicants can also submit an application to jobs@iowanorthern.com or fax application to 319-232-1996, or mail to: Human Resources, Iowa Northern Railway Company, 201 Tower Park Drive, Suite 300, Waterloo, lA 50701 ABOUT IOWA NORTHERN Iowa Northern Railway Company, was formed in 1984 on a section of the old Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad Company. The line runs diagonally through Iowa northwest to southeast from Manly to Cedar Rapids, a branch line from Waterloo to Oelwein, and a branch line from Forest City to Belmond, all within the state of Iowa. A group led by Dan Sabin, a second generation railroader and current president, took over management of the line in I 994. At that time the railroad handled I 5,000 revenue cars annually and the average track speed was under IO mph. The railroad has invested millions in bringing the line up to a state of good repair while increasing reliability and customer service, and currently handles over 60,000 cars per year. Iowa Northern has three direct Class I interchanges and a short line interchange. With all of these connections our customers have access to all Class l railroads and the entire North American rail network. Iowa Northern serves 20 grain elevators, two ethanol plants, two mineral processing facilities, and handles other commodities such as fertilizer, farm machinery, food, chemicals, lumber, and more. Sites are available along our line to develop new facilities whether a few acres are needed or over 100 acres. Iowa Northern is the serving carrier to Manly Terminal, which is a liquids storage and transloading facility, serving biofuel production industries handling fuels, chemicals, and co-products, located in the heart of ethanol production in the United States. Manly Terminal is also involved with renewable energy as it has over 20 acres dedicated to a wind turbine component distribution center. COMPeTITIVe SALARY AND BeNeFITS PACKAGe INCLUDeD. e/O/e

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