You will be mostly unloading railcars of new and used vehicles. Will be trained on dayshift (great guys) and after probation will pretty much be transfered to the "Friday to Monday" weekend nightshift for the rest of the time you are there (very dramatic shift, constant problems that never get solved). It's pretty easy job some physical work, if you are afraid of heights this place isn't for you. Winters on nightshift are brutal, make the job quite dangerous. Injuries weekly were common. Toxic union environment. Everything is done by seniority, dayshifts are taken by all seniors, juniors will never see those shifts after probation. No union representation on nightshift. Rarely would see union reps unless working overtime that crossed over onto their shift time. Union runs the terminal for the most part, so many problems are never solved. Supervisors quit/fired on a monthly basis almost like clockwork. Drug culture was pretty bad as well, which is very dangerous when moving trains in the yards. Health and Dental benefits are very expensive here not sure why. Most op out unless they need it for the family. The pay is good but there is no premium for working any of the night shifts. Also night shift is good for those that want to work daytime jobs, most can usually get 4 or 5 hours of sleep in during the shift. Depending on what you are doing during the shift. Vehicles were badly abused, especially in the high end creditstone yard.