Williams Companies is a great place to work for!

We value our employees and want to work with the best in our field. If you are are dedicated to customer satisfaction, self-motivated and a team player, we want to visit with you. Williams Companies is an equal opportunity employer and women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Apply today and begin your journey to a fulfilling, successful career.

Current Openings

Civil Construction Foreman

The Foreman is responsible for providing direct in-field supervision of a crew working on all phases of construction, maintenance and repair operations and programs of Williams; all other related work as required. The Foreman is responsible for maintaining and improving upon the efficiency and effectiveness of all areas under his/her direction and control. The Foreman serves as the front-line Safety Officer for the site/project, and is directly responsible for the safety of their crew. In this role, the Foreman will direct the crew in the installation of storm sewers, waste water lines, and water mains.


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Civil Construction Project Manager

This is a skilled position as an experienced Project Manager involving the preparation and management of projects that are awarded to the company. This position will be responsible for the overall contracting, scheduling, coordination, implementation, execution, cost control and completion of a project, or multiple projects, ensuring consistency with company strategy, commitments and goals. This position includes a responsibility for sales and marketing of construction materials, products, and services. The Project Manager position is also responsible for representing the company with clients and consultants on a knowledgeable level and can make basic decisions on behalf of the company.


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Civil Construction Superintendent

The Superintendent works in conjunction with the Project Manager to coordinate all site construction activities and supervise all field personnel, as required to successfully complete the project on schedule and within budget. This includes maintaining the highest quality, supervising all trade and field personnel, while administering good construction safety practices with all on-site activities. Ultimately, the Superintendent is responsible for ensuring that every facet of the project is completed safely and efficiently.
The Superintendent is the company’s representative who is assigned the responsibility and authority for the daily coordination and direction of the project so that it is safe, within budget, on-schedule, to the company’s quality standards, and to the customer’s satisfaction.
The Superintendent is responsible for all the job coordination of workers, subcontractors, suppliers, etc. To accomplish this, he/she must conceptualize a plan of how to construct the project and must ensure that the daily and weekly activities are consistent with this plan.
The Project Manager and Superintendent will work as a complementary team where the sum of their efforts is greater than their individual efforts.


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Civil Estimator

Responsible for preparing and/or coordinating the preparation of full estimates on large and complex projects as required by client’s documents; provides complete conceptual and total bid price.


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Civil Foreman (Travel Required)

The Foreman is responsible for providing direct in-field supervision of a crew working on all phases of construction, maintenance and repair operations and programs of Williams; all other related work as required. The Foreman is responsible for maintaining and improving upon the efficiency and effectiveness of all areas under his/her direction and control. The Foreman serves as the front-line Safety Officer for the site/project, and is directly responsible for the safety of their crew. In this role, the Foreman will direct the crew in the installation of storm sewers, waste water lines, and water mains. The Foreman is required to travel wherever the projects are located; this may include anywhere within the state of Montana, but can also include surrounding and nearby states.


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Civil Laborer

The Laborer perform tasks involving physical labor at highway and heavy construction projects; involves operating a variety of hand and power tools. Clean and prepare sites, dig trenches, set braces to support the sides of excavations, erect scaffolding, clean up rubble and debris and remove waste materials. Assists other craft workers.


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Civil Laborer (Travel Required)

The Laborer perform tasks involving physical labor at highway and heavy construction projects; involves operating a variety of hand and power tools. Clean and prepare sites, dig trenches, set braces to support the sides of excavations, erect scaffolding, clean up rubble and debris and remove waste materials. Assists other craft workers. The Laborer is required to travel wherever the projects are located; this may include anywhere within the state of Montana, but can also include surrounding and nearby states.
Essential Functions
1. Perform a variety of tasks involving strenuous manual labor in heavy/highway construction projects; perform manual work in preparing surfaces for paving.
2. Shovel bituminous concrete (asphalt) into construction area.
3. Fine grade fill to grades given by foreman.
4. Assist in patching asphalt with hot and cold mix. Excavate and fills trenches and ditches.
5. Maintain a clean job site: pick up all tools and equipment and secure job site each day to eliminate potential hazards.
6. Material handling and storage.
7. Load and unload trucks and haul and hoist materials.
8. Ensure that proper safety and incident reporting procedures are followed. Bring problems to the attention of the Foreman, Safety Director or HR Manager.



Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
1. Some knowledge of proper use of equipment, materials and supplies used in heavy/highway construction work.
2. Some knowledge of first aid and applicable safety precautions.
3. Ability to work independently and complete daily activities per work schedule.
4. Ability to lift heavy objects, walk and stand for long periods of time and perform strenuous physical labor under adverse field conditions.
5. Ability to communicate orally and in writing.
6. Ability to use equipment and tools properly and safely.
7. Ability to understand, follow and transmit written and oral instructions.
8. Ability to meet attendance schedule with dependability and consistency.
Education, Training and Experience
1. Any combination of education and experience that demonstrates the knowledge and ability to perform the work.
2. Willingness and ability to perform manual work following verbal and written instructions.
Work Context
1. Regularly works near moving mechanical parts and in outside conditions that include inclement weather, heat and humidity, and exposure to dust and asphalt.
2. Must be able to lift, push, pull or carry objects, use abdominal and lower back muscles to provide support over time without fatigue and to effectively jump, sprint or throw an object.
3. Requires good manual dexterity (hand, hand with arm, two hands) and multi-limb coordination.
4. Noise level is generally loud.
5. Must be able to quickly move arms and legs.
6. Excellent stamina is required.


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Civil Operator (Travel Required)

The Operator performs safe and efficient operation of construction equipment including but not limited to loaders, back hoes, track hoes, blades, haul trucks, water trucks, dozers, etc. Perform tasks involving physical labor at heavy construction projects, involves operating a variety of hand and power tools. Clean and prepare sites, dig trenches, set braces to support the sides of excavations, erect scaffolding, clean up rubble and debris and remove waste materials. Also, assists other craft workers. The Operator is required to travel wherever the projects are located; this may include anywhere within the state of Montana, but can also include surrounding and nearby states.


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Civil Operators

Summary/Objective
The Operator performs safe and efficient operation of construction equipment including but not limited to loaders, back hoes, track hoes, blades, haul trucks, water trucks, dozers, etc. Perform tasks involving physical labor at heavy construction projects, involves operating a variety of hand and power tools. Clean and prepare sites, dig trenches, set braces to support the sides of excavations, erect scaffolding, clean up rubble and debris and remove waste materials. Also, assists other craft workers.


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Civil Pipelayer

Summary/Objective
This position involves various manual and grading tasks including, but not limited to, laying various types of pipe (drain, sewer, water, etc.), setting grade markers, monitoring grade to guide pipe laying activities, operates and understands the use of a variety of measuring instruments and hand tools, shoveling, sweeping, mechanical assistance, lifting, pushing and pulling various objects and raking. Work will be performed per the supervisor's instruc¬tion, (free from direct supervision except for more complicated jobs).


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Civil Pipelayer (Travel Required)

This position involves various manual and grading tasks including, but not limited to, laying various types of pipe (drain, sewer, water, etc.), setting grade markers, monitoring grade to guide pipe laying activities, operates and understands the use of a variety of measuring instruments and hand tools, shoveling, sweeping, mechanical assistance, lifting, pushing and pulling various objects and raking. Work will be performed per the supervisor's instruc¬tion, (free from direct supervision except for more complicated jobs). The Pipe Layer is required to travel wherever the projects are located; this may include anywhere within the state of Montana, but can also include surrounding and nearby states.


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Civil Superintendent (Travel Required)

Summary/Objective
The Superintendent works in conjunction with the Project Manager to coordinate all site construction activities and supervise all field personnel, as required to successfully complete the project on schedule and within budget. This includes maintaining the highest quality, supervising all trade and field personnel, while administering good construction safety practices with all on-site activities. Ultimately, the Superintendent is responsible for ensuring that every facet of the project is completed safely and efficiently.
The Superintendent is the company’s representative who is assigned the responsibility and authority for the daily coordination and direction of the project so that it is safe, within budget, on-schedule, to the company’s quality standards, and to the customer’s satisfaction.
The Superintendent is responsible for all the job coordination of workers, subcontractors, suppliers, etc. To accomplish this, he/she must conceptualize a plan of how to construct the project and must ensure that the daily and weekly activities are consistent with this plan.
The Project Manager and Superintendent will work as a complementary team where the sum of their efforts is greater than their individual efforts.
The Superintendent is required to travel wherever the projects are located; this may include anywhere within the state of Montana, but can also include surrounding and nearby states.


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Journeyman Plumber (Billings, Bozeman, and Missoula)

The Commercial Plumber is responsible for installing, repairing & maintaining pipes, fixtures, and other plumbing used for water distribution and waste water disposal in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. The Plumber reads blueprints, drawings, and specifications to determine the layout of plumbing systems, water supply networks, and waste & drainage systems. Plumbers work in cooperation with other laborers and trades to ensure that all specifications and policies are met, and also to ensure the efficient completion of any project.


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Service Technician – Plumbing, Heating, HVAC

The Service Technician serves customers by installing and servicing systems, plumbing products and heating products. The Service Tech will do their best to comply with the schedule supplied by service dispatch to provide field service support and consultation; advise customers and provide best solution to solve the customer issue; complete assigned jobs; conduct required tests and calibration using test equipment; check and maintain equipment to ensure compliance with applicable standards.


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Tool Room Attendant

The Tool Room Attendant is mainly responsible for repairing company tools; they also assist the Warehouse Supervisor in organizing, cleaning, and maintaining the company shop. The Tool Room Attendant will perform tasks involving physical labor at the company plumbing & heating warehouse, and occasionally other various job sites, as assigned. This includes providing and assigning tools to employees, tracking materials, and tracking industry items.


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