W.W. Williams Seeks Veterans To Fulfill Jobs

100 year old equal opportunity employer W.W. Williams reaches out to our talented Veterans

Founded in 1912 in Columbus, Ohio, The W.W. Williams Company is a family-owned corporation that now has 28 locations in 10 states.  They are one of the nation’s largest industrial distribution, repair and service companies and our products and expertise extend across a wide variety of industries and customer categories.  They represent, service and remanufacture some of the world’s most advanced and innovative diesel engine, automatic transmission, power generation, transport refrigeration and automotive parts on the market today.

The company’s core values include honesty, integrity, professionalism, strength and a family orientation that run hand-in-hand with military core values.  In addition to offering competitive wages and excellent benefits, they are an Equal Opportunity Employer (M/F/D/V), a Drug Free Work Place and offer world class training in a mutually beneficial relationship.

They are actively seeking United States military Veterans who can use their abilities to transfer knowledge and theory to build programs and relationships with a cutting edge company that understands military commitments, both in the past and in the present.

If you would like to see the available position at HireVeterans.com please click here.

To find out more about career opportunities with W.W.  Williams please click here.  You will be able to find out all about their great careers and the benefits for working for such an accomplished industry leader.

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