At TrueNorth Steel
Life Changing Careers
For more than 70 years, TrueNorth Steel has been delivering quality manufactured and fabricated steel products. Our values of Safety, Integrity, Humility, Focus, Knowledge, Commitment, and Confidence guide our everyday work. We understand that our employees have families and friends who care about them and want them home safe at the end of each day. We count on our employees to bring value to our team and remain dedicated to having a SAFE work place for everyone here.
Are you looking for somewhere that is not just a job, but a career-building opportunity? TrueNorth Steel wants to get you on your way to finding meaningful work in a positive environment of Game Changers!
Why TrueNorth Steel
What Our Team Members Say
“I thank TNS for giving me the opportunity to attend the Master Graduate Leadership program. It means a lot to me to know that the company recognizes me and is willing to spend the time and money to improve my leadership skills. This program also gave me tools in which I can and will use in my personal life. How I can communicate and be with my wife and son. Being able to relax and enjoy them instead of pushing and doing things the way I want. I have seen their enjoyment and smiles now, this also brings joy to me and the family.”
–Alex Hunter, Shop Supervisor, Tanks
of our employees have been with the company for 10+ years
of our employees have been with the company for 20+ years
of our employees have been with the company for 40+ years
combined years of service among our employees
Are You A Game Changer?
At TrueNorth Steel, we strive to be a team of Game Changers! What does that mean to us? A Game Changer is a committed, positive, outcome focused individual who is personally responsible for doing whatever it takes to empower their team to succeed.
Game Changers build trust in themselves and others through dedicated teamwork and self-improvement. By aligning our company culture to the Game Changer mentality, we cultivate an atmosphere of positivity and ambition to succeed!
Game Changer characteristics:
Personally Responsible: They take ownership for their actions and understand the impact of those actions on the company and those around them.
Outcome Focused: They are dedicated to a specific goal and are undistracted by negative influences.
Team Players: They collaborate with and bring synergy to unite the organization.
Positive: They choose to always see the optimistic side of every situation and encourage those around them to do the same.
Trusting: They build confidence in themselves and those around them through their positive actions and genuine feedback.
Committed: They are dedicated to play full out for the success of themselves and the organization and hold others accountable to do the same.
Our Hiring Process
- Search open positions and apply online.
- Upon receipt of your application, you will receive an email confirmation.
- Once your application is reviewed by management, we will contact you directly if your background and experience match our hiring needs.
- All job offers are contingent on passing a background check, physical and drug test.
- PTO | Paid Holidays
- 401K with up to 3.5% Match
- Vision Exam Benefit
- Life | AD&D Insurance
- Additional Voluntary Life/AD&D
- Short Term Disability
- Voluntary Long-Term Disability
- Employee Referral Bonus
- Employee Assistance Program
- Annual Profit-Sharing Bonus
- Verizon Cell Phone Discount
- Wellness Program: Earn up to $500 each year
- Reimbursement for Safety PPE
Health & Dental
- Both Single and Family Coverage Available
- Optional HSA | FLEX
NAME: Tim Petersen
Job Title: Welder for Bridges and Corrugated Steel Pipe
Office Location: Missoula
TNS Employee : For 41 Years
Why do you like working at TrueNorth Steel?
Family oriented business. When I first started, I was looking for a job I could still have family time and a good work family balance. TrueNorth Steel has always provided that for me over the last 41 years.
What part of your job do you enjoy the most?
Fabrication within projects, changes all the time so even after 41 years I am constantly learning things. It is never the same welding day after day, so I never get bored.
What advice do you have for someone just starting out in your role?
Be patient, start slowly advance quickly. The people you work with will treat you great.
Share a hobby you have or some fun fact about you.
I have been married for 36 years and have three sons. We love to go camping, fishing, and riding my motorcycle with my wife. I am very community orientated and spend a lot of time serving at my local church.