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BLET Job Bank: CN (Wisconsin Central)

CLEVELAND, August 12 ó The Canadian National Railway (CN) has contacted the BLET National Division to advise that the railroad is recruiting 18 certified locomotive engineers for positions throughout its Wisconsin Central territory.

CN is recruiting six engineers at each of the following three locations: Proctor, Minn. (job ID #4603); Fond du Lac, Wisc. (job ID #4604); and Stevens Point, Wisc. (job ID #4605).

Applications are being accepted through August 18. A job description and other specifics outlining the application process can be found on the CN website. Interested parties should use the job ID numbers provided above when searching for the various job vacancies: www.jobs.cn.ca.

These jobs fall under the jurisdiction of the BLETís Canadian National (Wisconsin Central) General Committee of Adjustment.

Tuesday, August 12, 2014
bentley@ble-t.org

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