• General Labor (Automobile Unloader)

    Job Location US-TX-Beasly
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    ITS ConGlobal is the industry-leading provider of intermodal rail terminal services, auto loading and unloading and container depot services. We take pride in consistently delivering superior and reliable service, a broad scope of services and an exemplary safety record. With the acquisition of American Auto Works in 2011 and ConGlobal Industries in 2013, ITS has expanded its service offerings and client base to create a company uniquely positioned to capitalize on the growth expected in the intermodal, automotive and global shipping segments. ITS operates at over 90 facilities with roughly 3,100 employees. We hold long-standing relationships with all major North American railroads, including BNSF, CN, CSX, KCS, KCSM, NS, Triple Crown and UP.


    We offer benefits!


    Position requires frequent climbing up and down railcars to access retail vehicles in addition to the following key responsibilities:

    • Driving retail vehicles off railcars to a designated parking area within the rail yard for storage.
    • Removal/Application of tie-down devices that hold vehicles in place during transit.
    • Opening and closing of railcar end doors
    • Inspection of retail vehicles for potential transit damage
    • Comply with all AAR standards


    • The ability to lift a minimum of 40 lbs. directly over your head while standing
    • Physically and mentally able to climb steel ladders 20 feet perpendicular to ground (No fear of heights)
    • The ability to bend and kneel on knees for an extended period
    • Proficient at driving vehicles equipped with manual transmission (stick shift) Preferred but not required
    • Flexible availability (including weekends and holidays).
    • Able to work outdoors and in all weather conditions.


    All candidates must pass both a criminal background check and drug test, and possess a valid state driver's license.


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