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We make an effort to describe the role during both the interview process and within the job posting, but we recommend you take the time to ask questions during the interview process as well. It's a great opportunity for you to interview us, too! Our interviews are intended to be a good, two-way discussion so that we can work together to position our employees for success when they join the company. If you're unsure of some of the specifics for the interview - where to go, what to wear, what to expect, etc. - please don't hesitate to reach out to your recruiter and they will be happy to assist you!

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Stay focus an be ready for a test


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I don't know what kind of a person they are looking for. I went for a weld test and they told me that I wasn't good enough. They want someone who can come in at start production right away granted that was two months ago. I have been welding for 10 years and all I needed was to familiars myself with their equipment and the welding process which had I been given a few minutes to practice and proper instructions on what they wanted me to do, I would probably have passed the test. But the supervisor and his line leader just said weld this for us. I think a company should only be allowed to advertise for a job opening for a certain period of time and this company should not be allowed to advertise for this opening any more. The supervisor likes to make money working overtime. That is why they turn away every applicant. I would encourage the owner and management to somehow look into this two people as they may have a hidden agenda which is driving the company down while they benefit.... By the way... When one door closes a window opens. I found a better job now and Vermont is still looking for welders


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If applying in Pasco, Wa it helps to be a LDS member


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Be a hard worker

Answered - General shop help (Former Employee) - Valley Ne.

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If hired learn to work every position so that you will stay productive if nit they will send you home early and you dont get your full 8 hours

Answered - Rigger (Former Employee) - Bartow, FL

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Working at Valmont is a good steady job.

Answered - Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) - Lindon, UT

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Your first interview is with Hr and of course people that has never welded before conduct it then after that u interview with the Forman

Answered - Welder (Former Employee) - Tulsa, OK

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