Our Early Career Professionals bring innovation, influence and grit to help us become the premier provider of large-scale natural gas infrastructure in America. We bring meaningful opportunities crafted to help you maximize your potential and make an impact. At Williams, we make clean energy happen. And you can too, so bring your energy to ours.
Our organization is seeking highly motivated college graduates to be a part of our Early Career Professional Development Program. You’ll build breadth early in your business career by rotating throughout our enterprise and gaining exposure to many critical areas of Williams. Rotations may include accounting, treasury, audit, project analysis, investor relations, commercial, commodity optimization, and operations. Rotations may be in our corporate office, regional headquarters or field offices throughout the country.
Our Professional Development Program offers:
- Leadership development
- Technical training
- Meaningful work
- Real-time feedback
- Networking across the enterprise
- Collaborative and inclusive culture
- Access to senior leadership
- Analyzes and evaluates industry trends, compiles data into comprehensive reports and makes recommendations based on findings
- Builds and distributes reports on production volume, processing margins and other operational data
- Provides financial modeling and analysis for proposed acquisitions, divestitures and joint ventures
- Maintains focus on meeting/exceeding customer expectations
- Develops understanding and use of policies, procedures and guidelines established by organization or governing agencies
- Delivers presentations as needed
- Demonstrates excellent organizational/interpersonal skills and safety as the utmost priority
- Follows and supports Williams Core Values
- Other duties as assigned
- Required: Currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in a business subject area (accounting and finance preferred), in your final year of studies
- Required: Legally authorized to work in the U.S. and able to relocate to office or asset locations within U.S.
- Required: Demonstrated strong performance and leadership through prior internship, work experience and campus involvement
- Ability to work in a team environment for a matrix organization, learn fast and achieve results
- Self-starter with demonstrated aspiration, agility and aptitude
- Willingness to learn and provide value in various finance, accounting and business roles
- Curiosity and passion for business strategy and execution
- Excellent verbal/written communication skills; comfortable interacting w/employees of all levels, vendors and customers
- Strong problem-solving, analytical and creative-thinking skills
- Demonstrates an intermediate-advanced level of utilizing Microsoft Office Applications
General Compensation Information:
This role will be eligible for an Annual Incentive Program (AIP) payment. AIP payments are discretionary compensation based on business performance in relation to enterprise goals, the incentive opportunity for the role, and individual performance. Certain roles may also be eligible for long-term incentive awards.
General Benefit Information:
This role will generally be eligible to participate in the benefits offered to similarly-situated employees of Williams. These benefits include a 401(k) plan, medical, dental, vision, employee assistance, and wellness benefits, short-term disability benefits, life, accidental death and dismemberment, and long-term disability insurance, paid time off, and paid parental leave. Certain roles may also receive relocation benefits.
For more information, please visit https://www.williams.com/careers/total-rewards/