Our company was built by veterans and for the past 70 years, veterans and their families have played a key role in our success. Nabholz recognizes the tremendous skills, integrity, and work ethic you have honed — we would be honored to visit with you or your spouse about career opportunities with our company.And, on behalf of Team Nabholz, we would like to thank you and your family for your service — you are true American heroes!
Let Nabholz help you connect your past experience with your current skills to build a rewarding future.
I joined the army in 2001, right after 911. In fact, I was working for Nabholz and quit to join the army. In 2004 I deployed to Iraq – we were in the first wave of soldiers going over there. After getting home from Iraq, I joined the National Guard and served three more years. I’m proud David (Nabholz) let me come back to work, so I set a timeframe of what I wanted to do. I set goals for being a foreman, being a superintendent, and hit all those goals. I think the military training attributed to me being able to achieve those goals.
Superintendent / Former Sergeant (E-5), U.S. Army and National Guard
When I joined the Army National Guard, I signed on to be a diesel mechanic, so anytime we went for drill status I was always out there with tools in my hands. Now that I’ve been there for 7 years, I’ve become a motor sergeant for Army National Guard. Nabholz is family oriented — everyone watches each other’s back. You’re not going to get rolled over or stomped on here at this company. You can talk to your bosses; they ask how you’re doing. They care once you walk in.
Carpenter / Motor Sergeant, Army National Guard
Do not let your day own you, own your day!” Basically, the military taught me to always be prepared and to plan — to head off problems before they are a problem. And those skills are used every day in my work at Nabholz.
General Superintendent / Former Sergeant (E-6), U.S. Army
The National Guard taught me how to work together as a crew and expect to be successful. At Nabholz we work as a team and expect the same level of success.
Equipment Operator / Former SPC (E-4), New Mexico Army National Guard
The list of veterans who have worked among the Nabholz ranks begins with our founder, Bob Nabholz, who served in the US Army as a gunner in the 648th Tank Destroyer Battalion during WWII. He fought in France and Germany from 1944-45 and served as part of the occupying forces until his discharge in April 1946. Bob also served as an honor guard for General George S. Patton’s funeral.
We are immensely proud of Bob and of all our team members who have served this country bravely. As a lasting symbol, we built the Nabholz Wall of Honor at our headquarters in Conway, Arkansas. Each medallion bears the name of a Nabholz veteran — a tribute to their individual service to our country. We’ve left room to grow, as we hope to continue our proud tradition of employing and supporting veterans.