If you’re looking for a career in manufacturing you can be proud of, the modern workforce needs you, today. Once your foot is in our door as a general laborer, if you decide you’d like to go further, we’ll figure out a path for you toward skilled labor. You may find yourself working with us to provide solutions that harden the grid and deliver reliable power to millions of homes around the world.
Innovating smart city infrastructure to be stronger, safer and longer-lasting. Modernizing irrigation to be more productive and sustainable as we help feed a growing population. It’s important work. Join us. No matter what position is right for you now, you’ll be getting great benefits and a team that respects your experience and abilities.
Our world needs welders. Valmont offers a variety of welding positions, as well as our own Welder Training Program. With our wide-ranging product segments across the world, we also offer opportunities few other companies can.
Our technicians install, maintain and repair a wide range of highly technical electronic and mechanical equipment, which requires in-depth knowledge and a high degree of proficiency.
Machining and other specialties
We recruit for a number of machining positions, including fabrication, CNC, laser and robotics operators, and tool-and-die specialists. We also have many specialty positions, such as industrial painting, shipping/logistics, crane operator and forklift operator.
Are you a student in high school, trade school or community college? Come shadow, tour, and gain firsthand insights from our employees. Valmont partners with schools to help students and instructors learn what it’s like to work in skilled trades. And yes, we often employ students full-time through this program after they graduate.
• Job-shadowing opportunities • Site/Facility tours • Virtual presentations and donations
It’s how we make certain the modern workforce has enough talented people. We offer welder training at various Valmont facilities, from Tulsa, Oklahoma, to Valley, Nebraska, to Brenham, Texas. In this program, high school and trade students learn the production environment, procedures and processes at Valmont before gaining a position on the shop floor.
Paid training lasts two to three weeks, with a combination of classroom and hands-on training in our weld labs or production environment. Program eligibility and details vary by site. Some facilities require little to no prior experience to participate. As part of welder training, participants receive American Welding Society (AWS) certified testing and certifications.
We want to help train you. Let us know if you’re curious about either our skilled trade program or partnership opportunities.