Are you are looking for an opportunity where your skills and talents will be challenged, and where you will feel supported as part of a team? Do you seek a career where you feel like part of the family? Where you know that the work you do is more than just a job?

Our employees will tell you that working at Walters Group is unlike working anywhere else: Nobody can match the variety of work and the spirit of teamwork we have created.

Walters Group is a place where talented, driven, creative people can do their best work. Take a few minutes to look around our Careers page to find out more about what it’s like to work at Walters.

Explore our opportunities and learn more about our career programs.

Walter Koppelaar

CEO and Chairman

Walters Group has come a long way from the business my father founded in 1956…

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Current Opportunities

We are always interested in hearing from talented people.

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Working at Walters

We’re a family-owned business, but believe that family goes beyond blood. We view all of our employees as members of the Walters family.

Values in Action

Our ViA program was created to support and encourage our employees to go above and beyond their work duties to become involved in charities and organizations that matter deeply to them. ViA also encourages team building activities and inter-department events to develop our team's working relationships and build our culture.

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Recruiting Events

Finding the best talent is always a priority for us.

We regularly participate in campus recruitment events and job fairs to try to find the right candidates to fill current positions and build relationships with tomorrow’s workforce. We’d love to meet you.

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