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Careers at Nomad Global Communication Solutions

Why Work at Nomad?

Nomad products and services make a definitive difference in securing and safeguarding life and property through the delivery of industry leading communication solutions and mobile command centers.  Our clients include local, state, and federal emergency response teams, government agencies and many world class private businesses.  Nomad’s success is a result of the trusted partnerships built between our team members and our clients.  We are a growing company with a team-oriented atmosphere that is passionate about creating a rewarding work environment and delivery mission focused solutions to our customers.

Who We are Looking For

Candidates should share our passion for finding solutions to complex problems and excel at working in a fast-paced environment.  Our skilled team includes structural, mechanical and electrical engineers, IT integrators and network engineers, welders, electricians, carpenters, CNC operators, solution oriented account executives, project managers, procurement specialists and finance and administrative professionals.  We seek team members who are excited about collaborating and share our values:

Nomad Core Values

  • Do Right

  • Continuous Improvement

  • Excellence in Everything

  • Exceed Expectations

  • Trusted Partnerships


Nomad Global Communications Solutions, Inc. offers competitive wages and benefits, including health insurance, PTO, a matching 401K retirement plan and opportunities for advancement in a rapidly growing organization. We are located in the beautiful Flathead Valley of Northwestern Montana and only minutes from Flathead Lake, Glacier National Park, and Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort.  Along with its incredible beauty, the valley is a great place to raise a family and enjoy the great outdoors.  

Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer

Nomad GCS, Inc. fully subscribes to ensuring equal employment opportunities for all job applicants and employees.  Employment decisions are based upon job-related reasons regardless of an applicant's race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, age, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation or any other protected status.  

Nomad GCS, Inc. promotes a drug free work environment.

Location: Columbia Falls, MT
Want to be a part of the Nomad Team but don't see an opening that fits your career goals today?  We are always on the lookout for great people to add to our team - you just never know when that door might open!  Fill out the application and attach a copy of your resume if applicable.  We will keep your information on file for review when future openings come up. 
Location: Columbia Falls, MT
We are currently looking for a mid level Electrical Technician - Level II - to add to our current group.  If you have at least 3 - 5 years experience inspecting, repairing, installing, modifying, diagnosing, troubleshooting, and maintaining electrical/electronic systems, circuits and equipment in 12V and 120V electrical systems, then we encourage you to apply. 

Daily tasks could include:
  • Splicing wires with knives or cutting pliers, and soldering connections to fixtures and equipment.
  • Diagnosing or repairing problems with electronic equipment, such as sound, navigation, communication, and security equipment, in motor vehicles.
  • Inspecting and testing electrical or electronic systems to locate and diagnose malfunctions, using visual inspections and testing instruments such as voltmeters.
  • Installing equipment and accessories such as stereos, navigation equipment, communication equipment, and security systems.
  • Conferring with engineers and team members to determine the nature of malfunctions.
  • Running new speaker and electrical cables.
  • Cutting openings and drilling holes for fixtures and equipment, using electric drills and routers.
  • Replace electrical or electronic components.
  • Build wooden enclosures for sound components, fit them to vehicle dimensions.

  • 3 - 5 years experience 12V and 120V electrical
  • Experience diagnosing and troubleshooting electrical circuitry
  • 3 - 5 years experience reading and following CAD
  • Ability to develop and understand electrical processes
  • Ability to train and mentor other team members specific to electrical processes
Position is FT, Permanent, Mon - Thurs, 6:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.,overtime required.  Wage is DOE, $14 - $15.00 per hour.  Wage and level is dependent upon documented years of experience.  

Nomad offers a competitive benefit package that includes two BC/BS Health Insurance packages to select from (PPO and HDHP), voluntary benefits - VSP Vision, Delta Dental, AFLAC, 401(k) with a company match, paid holidays and PTO.  
Location: Columbia Falls, MT
The Design Engineer’s work is a critical stage in the Engineering process.  They are responsible for creating parts and assemblies and compiling them into complete production-ready project models. Accuracy and completeness must be maintained through all levels of construction in order to provide the Drafter sufficient details for their drawings, complete BOMs for Purchasing and procedural layouts for Production.  Design Engineer will also be required to produce drawings depending on project load and needs within the company.  All steps within the Design Engineer’s construction must meet or exceed Nomad Global Communication Solutions’ standards of excellence.

In order to achieve these results, candidates must be able to perform the following essential duties and agree to the associated responsibilities of this position.  Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned.

• Create complete solid models of each project.  This will include section levels, assemblies, and parts as needed.
• Create complete and accurate BOMs of each project.
• Responsible for the creation of accurate and useful drawings for each project.  This may be accomplished by utilizing the drafter.
• Create accurate parts and assemblies, complete with all assigned properties for use within top-level models.
• All documentation required for production needs to be accurate, complete, and finished within established time frames as agreed upon by the operations team.  The Design Engineer will have input when deciding the dates so that every department can be successful.
• Analyze proposed design changes and communicate their assessment of the proposed design changes’ affect upon engineering time, manufacturing time and the associated hard costs.
• Analyze parts and assemblies and design them to optimize cost, strength, and manufacturability as needed.
• Use FEA to analyze parts, perform stress calculations by hand, create tests to verify results, document analysis, and change parts as needed to optimize design.
• Research, read, and understand outside standards, such as MIL-SPECs, RVIA code, NEC, etc.  Document in a readily usable form the key criteria from outside standards as they apply to Nomad.
• Create, implement, supervise, and document tests to verify that designs meet customer requirements.
• Work within the established document control procedure, and suggest and implement changes as necessary.  Responsible for making sure that the correct documents are available to the correct person on the manufacturing floor.
• Communicate with vendors to trouble shoot designs, get information on new designs, obtain drawings and models of components.
• Take accepted design changes and make applicable changes in a timely and accurate manner.
• Analyze proposed Change Orders and communicate their assessment of the proposed Change Order’s: 
o Affect upon the project’s original design parameters
o Its feasibility given the project’s budgetary parameters and a breakdown of any associated hard costs
o The estimated engineering time for completion of the change
o The affect the change would have upon the project’s timeline 

  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering
  • Experience with SolidWorks
This is a full time position requiring 40 hrs per week, primarily Monday thru Friday.

Nomad GCS, Inc. offers a competitive benefits package that includes Blue Cross/Blue Shield Health Insurance with company contribution; 401(k) with a company match, PTO, Paid Holidays & much more.  


Attach cover letter, resume, and college transcripts for application consideration.  
Location: Columbia Falls, MT
Reporting to the Supply Chain Manager, the Inventory Control Manager will be responsible for the daily flow of materiel into and out of our inventory spaces, the flow of documents that allow Purchasing and Finance to accurately and efficiently manage their processes, the daily assignment of work content to IC staff, and the preparation of weekly and monthly reports.  This position will have daily direct interactions with internal/external suppliers and customers in a team-based environment.

Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to:

• Develop and implement materials management controls that assure security, integrity and efficient parts management.

• Develop a complete system of checks and balance both in our ERP and any supporting dedicated manual controls that support the cross functional requirements of Purchasing, Production Finance etc.

• Manage the Receiving Area responsible for the validation and inspection of Incoming Raw Materials. 

• Control inventory to optimize working capital and product availability for the entire business. 

• Prepare weekly and monthly reports and opportunity analysis for management review. 

• Facilitate identification, documentation, and recommended disposition of scrap and obsolete inventory.

• Implement and insure the corresponding practices necessary to support these strategies.

• Work with the Supply Chain Manager and Production Management to develop production inventory strategies.

• Effectively manage, develop, and motivate direct and indirect reports 

• Responsible for all aspects of performance management including interviewing, hiring, training, performance evaluations, and recognition 

• Provide effective, constructive and appropriate feedback to ensure personal and professional development of direct reports 

• Initiate and assist with the creation, development, and implementation of processes and procedures 

• Demonstrate responsibility for scheduling and effective utilization of resources to maximize results.  
• Serve as project leader or coordinator on various multi-functional projects as a member of the ERP team. 

• Participate in and be a key player in operational planning. 

• Understand workplace hazards and take steps to proactively prevent and report hazards or injuries in the workplace. Cooperate in Safety Programs, initiatives, and investigations. 

 Essential Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: 

• Ability to read, write and speak English fluently 

• Dependable and enthusiastic with the ability to use good judgment and possess a strong initiative and positive attitude 

• Strong process focus – ability to recommend and implement changes in processes to improvement efficiency and performance 

• Demonstrated ability working with minimal supervision and exercising judgment 

• Excellent verbal, written and public speaking skills. 

• Ability to work in a team environment, and leverage additional resources as needed 

• Ability to demonstrate flexible and efficient time management and to appropriately prioritize workload based upon organization or department needs 

• Intermediate computer and database skills with proficiency using the internet, Word, Excel and Outlook.  E2 experience a plus.

• Strong conflict resolution and problem solving skills 

• Customer focused (internal and external customers) 

• Detail oriented, driven to provide exceptional accuracy in inventory control. 

• Ability to instill adherence and support key production scheduling needs.

• Ability to effectively work and complement a cross functional team work environment  


Successful candidates MUST HAVE these minimum capabilities to be considered for this position:

•Preference will be given to candidates with a minimum of two (2) years experience in any of these disciplines:  Shipping & Receiving, Supply Chain, Inventory Management, Distribution, and/or Planning/Scheduling.

•Minimum of two (2) years previous supervisory experience.

Additional consideration will be given to candidates with APICS CPIM certification.

Wage - $19.00 - $21.00 per hour.  

Schedule is primarily Monday - Friday, specific hours to be determined.