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Leadership Management Training Program

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Get paid to train
Be well-prepared for a challenging and exciting front-line management position within our Operations, Mechanical or Engineering teams.

Be job-ready within a year
Get solid foundation in railroading, a strong support network and the necessary skills to operate safely anywhere across the network within seven months.

Explore North American communities
Embrace change and enjoy a fresh start with relocation and travel opportunities throughout your career. 

Big opportunities, big rewards
Dream big with a competitive compensation and benefits package, pension plan, graduation rewards and other exciting incentives.

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The LMT program is an intensive six-to-seven month training program that ensures all new front-line Operation Managers have the necessary leadership training, industry knowledge and technical skills to be an Operations, Mechanical or Engineering Supervisor across CP’s North American network. 

Mechanical roles encompass two distinct functions: mechanical car and mechanical locomotive.

Mechanical car is responsible for repairing and maintaining railcar assets. Mechanical locomotive is responsible for repairing and executing regularly scheduled maintenance on CP’s locomotive fleet.

Our Engineering teams are responsible for maintaining the safety and integrity of CP’s track infrastructure.
CP’s Operations teams are responsible for overseeing the safe and efficient movement of rail traffic including all processes related to arrival, classification, building, inspecting and dispatching of trains.


Suitable applicants

A natural leader, you thrive in a dynamic, fast-paced environment. You have strong planning, problem solving and organizational skills. You embrace change, like being on the move and enjoy the adventure of not knowing where you may end up next. 

You are ready and excited to step into the next stage of your career where you can lead a team that excels in customer service, safety and continuous improvement.

High school diploma or GED equivalent, as well as a valid driver’s license are required.

A post-secondary degree or diploma, technical trade education or certification, and previous supervisory experience leading a unionized workforce are preferred qualifications, but are not required to apply.