Railcar Receiver


Grew up big but still small: founded in 1919 in Austria, we are a 4th generation family owned business. Our constant ambition for the highest quality made RAUCH what it is today – a worldwide leading beverage company.




·       Checks conditions and weights of railcars to ensure cleanliness and compliance with loading procedures

·       Lowers gauge rods into tanks or read meters, in order to verify contents, temperatures and volumes of liquids

·       Monitors product movement to and from storage tanks, coordinating activities with other workers to ensure constant product flow

·       Observes position of cars passing loading spouts and swings spouts into the correct positions at appropriate times

·       Operates equipment to transfer liquid glucose and powder sugar materials from transportation vehicles

·       Records operating data such as products and quantities pumped, gauge reading and operating times, manually or using computers

·       Removes and replaces tank car dome caps

·       Seals outlet valves on tank cars

·       Starts pumps and adjusts valves or cables in order to regulate the flow of products to silos, utilizing knowledge of loading procedures

·       Inspects for leaks, damage and defects

·       Unloads cars containing liquids by connecting hoses to outlet plugs using pumps to force liquids into storage tanks

·       Verifies tank car numbers to ensure car placement accuracy based on written or verbal instructions

·       Operates loading and unloading equipment such as railroad tank car unloading equipment

·       Performs general warehouse activities, such as opening containers and crates, filling warehouse orders, assisting in taking inventory, and weighing and checking materials



·       Knowledge of raw materials, production processes, and quality control

·       Knowledge of proper safety functions utilizing safety harnesses

·       Ability to use computer

·       Understanding of food safety handling guidelines

Physical Requirements/Working Conditions

·       Works in a manufacturing environment; outdoor work on rail dock

·       While performing the duties of this position, the employee is frequently required to: talk, hear, reach with hands and arms, grasp, pick, lift, stand, walk, and perform repetitive motions. The employee must frequently lift and /or move 50 pounds.

·       This position is exposed to occupational hazards, including but not limited to high noise levels, physical obstacles, exposure to chemicals, etc.

·       Must wear appropriate safety glasses, hearing protection, clothing, and footwear in appropriate areas and follow safety practices 

·       Able to lift up to 50 pounds 



Natalie Grabher

HR Specialist

RAUCH North America, Inc.

10501 North Reems Road | 85355 | Glendale