Nucor Jobs Memphis

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Since: Feb 10

Memphis, TN

#1 Feb 5, 2010
After you have had the interviews and passed the test how long does it take to get hired?

Thanks
awhile

Milwaukee, WI

#2 Feb 5, 2010
awhile, some up tp 6 months

Since: Feb 10

Memphis, TN

#3 Feb 6, 2010
Thanks, because I started the process in mid October 09. My third interview was on December 23, and they gave me the background paperwork and said that they were seriously considering me. Background is clean, college degree, entry level position, and I have a work history of 20 years on one job. Thanks again for the information.

Since: Feb 10

Memphis, TN

#4 Feb 6, 2010
I hear they are going to hire a lot of people, to really attempt to jump off the operation.

Since: Feb 10

Memphis, TN

#5 Feb 6, 2010
Do they always notify you by letter if you dont get the job?
nucor memphis

Milwaukee, WI

#6 Feb 13, 2010
if u have not got a refusal letter you are still in the running. we will be hiring the fourth crew maybe around july or august. we finaly have enought orders to go on 4on 4 off. we are book up!!!!
guest

Fort Worth, TX

#7 Feb 14, 2010
nucor memphis wrote:
if u have not got a refusal letter you are still in the running. we will be hiring the fourth crew maybe around july or august. we finaly have enought orders to go on 4on 4 off. we are book up!!!!
that is great to hear!
Closedadeal

Memphis, TN

#8 Feb 15, 2010
Thanks a lot for the info!
guest

Memphis, TN

#9 Feb 24, 2010
Well that is great to hear. Congratulations to all who were hired and good luck to all applying.
Im a black female and interned right after college in Arkansas. Had just obtained a bachelor of science in biology with lab research experience at Notre Dame. I was proud of the company and what it brought to the city. Worked as a shipping clerk half a day and at Door 5 shipping half a day. Hard hat, steel toe boots, Writing down heat numbers, data entry and cleaning out the rail carts. I applied for a permanent position but didn't get hired.
I became a teacher and got a master's degree. Reapplied in Memphis. Went through all the interviews and testing.
They offered me a job cleaning and sweeping...I've had the same teaching job for 10 years now and moved on towards a Ph.D. That was very disappointing because I actually liked the companies belief and hard work and community and family....They may still hear from me on this one. I was more than qualified educationally, could pass all of their test, interviewed well...and was one of their own..an intern...
Onward.
But, good luck to all.
gmdo

Florence, MS

#10 Feb 25, 2010
memphis guest, i hate to hear that. i too, enjoy what the company does for the communites. while i do not work in that industry, i have seen some of the same treatment/non-treatment. i only have a ba and 14+ years of experience, but have been passed on jobs i thought i should have got a better look on. i'm not sure if its a "who you know" type deal or just every player is not a fit for every team. nonetheless, it is sad when you are treated like that with a company you appreciate so much!
guest wrote:
Well that is great to hear. Congratulations to all who were hired and good luck to all applying.
Im a black female and interned right after college in Arkansas. Had just obtained a bachelor of science in biology with lab research experience at Notre Dame. I was proud of the company and what it brought to the city. Worked as a shipping clerk half a day and at Door 5 shipping half a day. Hard hat, steel toe boots, Writing down heat numbers, data entry and cleaning out the rail carts. I applied for a permanent position but didn't get hired.
I became a teacher and got a master's degree. Reapplied in Memphis. Went through all the interviews and testing.
They offered me a job cleaning and sweeping...I've had the same teaching job for 10 years now and moved on towards a Ph.D. That was very disappointing because I actually liked the companies belief and hard work and community and family....They may still hear from me on this one. I was more than qualified educationally, could pass all of their test, interviewed well...and was one of their own..an intern...
Onward.
But, good luck to all.
happy with less

Pacific, MO

#11 Feb 25, 2010
gmdo wrote:
memphis guest, i hate to hear that. i too, enjoy what the company does for the communites. while i do not work in that industry, i have seen some of the same treatment/non-treatment. i only have a ba and 14+ years of experience, but have been passed on jobs i thought i should have got a better look on. i'm not sure if its a "who you know" type deal or just every player is not a fit for every team. nonetheless, it is sad when you are treated like that with a company you appreciate so much!
<quoted text>
in the twenty years nucor has been here it has always been a who you know thing i like the company but think people with our education level might be selling our selves short good luck
conservative democrat

Olive Branch, MS

#12 Mar 4, 2010
happy with less wrote:
<quoted text>in the twenty years nucor has been here it has always been a who you know thing i like the company but think people with our education level might be selling our selves short good luck
better hope nucor does not decide to pack up and move to china, its the only thing left in blytheville. every industry from borg worner to milwalkee tool has closed shop there .the city of blytheville needs to continue kissing nucor's ass. maybe they need to start kissing nucor's ass with that extra long special touch or something, because nucor is the only thing left for blytheville to hold on to. offer some tax breaks to nucor or something. get the citizens involved with a community support group. make nucor feel proud to be a part of that community.
hahaha

United States

#13 Mar 4, 2010
guest wrote:
Well that is great to hear. Congratulations to all who were hired and good luck to all applying.
Im a black female and interned right after college in Arkansas. Had just obtained a bachelor of science in biology with lab research experience at Notre Dame. I was proud of the company and what it brought to the city. Worked as a shipping clerk half a day and at Door 5 shipping half a day. Hard hat, steel toe boots, Writing down heat numbers, data entry and cleaning out the rail carts. I applied for a permanent position but didn't get hired.
I became a teacher and got a master's degree. Reapplied in Memphis. Went through all the interviews and testing.
They offered me a job cleaning and sweeping...I've had the same teaching job for 10 years now and moved on towards a Ph.D. That was very disappointing because I actually liked the companies belief and hard work and community and family....They may still hear from me on this one. I was more than qualified educationally, could pass all of their test, interviewed well...and was one of their own..an intern...
Onward.
But, good luck to all.
I am going to say, respectfully of course, that just because you have a degree does not guarantee you a job. It sure helps out , but some jobs just are not like that. The major factor in factory work is experience. With experience comes a lot of opportunity. Would you rather hire somebody who had a degree and a little bit of experience, or would you rather hire somebody with years of factory experience.
nucor employee

United States

#14 Mar 4, 2010
gmdo wrote:
memphis guest, i hate to hear that. i too, enjoy what the company does for the communites. while i do not work in that industry, i have seen some of the same treatment/non-treatment. i only have a ba and 14+ years of experience, but have been passed on jobs i thought i should have got a better look on. i'm not sure if its a "who you know" type deal or just every player is not a fit for every team. nonetheless, it is sad when you are treated like that with a company you appreciate so much!
<quoted text>
When you pass all the tests and go through all your interviews as long as you don't recieve a refusal letter your name goes into a pool or stack. When they hire people they randomly select apps out of this pool. They usually are right around the same as a far as being qualified. So its not really if you have the experience it's the luck of the draw. good luck to you all
conservative democrat

Olive Branch, MS

#15 Mar 4, 2010
nucor employee wrote:
<quoted text>When you pass all the tests and go through all your interviews as long as you don't recieve a refusal letter your name goes into a pool or stack. When they hire people they randomly select apps out of this pool. They usually are right around the same as a far as being qualified. So its not really if you have the experience it's the luck of the draw. good luck to you all
what will you do when nucor decides to move to china? get a job at taco bell? have you not listen to any of obama's speech and agenda? education is the key to our economic survival.
guest

United States

#17 Mar 6, 2010
conservative democrat wrote:
<quoted text> what will you do when nucor decides to move to china? get a job at taco bell? have you not listen to any of obama's speech and agenda? education is the key to our economic survival.
Well not everyone on earth is cut out to be college material, and not everyone can afford the ungodly tuition costs of college. So why tear down people who just want to work hard and make a living for their families? And for your information, there are a lot of Nucor employees who have college degrees. You need to keep your mouth shut and keep your opinions to yourself.
conservative democrat

Olive Branch, MS

#18 Mar 7, 2010
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
Well not everyone on earth is cut out to be college material, and not everyone can afford the ungodly tuition costs of college. So why tear down people who just want to work hard and make a living for their families? And for your information, there are a lot of Nucor employees who have college degrees. You need to keep your mouth shut and keep your opinions to yourself.
i understand, im shutting up now!
wantin info

United States

#19 Mar 9, 2010
nucor memphis wrote:
if u have not got a refusal letter you are still in the running. we will be hiring the fourth crew maybe around july or august. we finaly have enought orders to go on 4on 4 off. we are book up!!!!
how and where does someone put in an application or resume for nucor memphis? i'm looking for a job and not having any luck right now. anything would be helpful and thank you
guest

Blytheville, AR

#20 Mar 9, 2010
conservative democrat wrote:
<quoted text> better hope nucor does not decide to pack up and move to china, its the only thing left in blytheville. every industry from borg worner to milwalkee tool has closed shop there .the city of blytheville needs to continue kissing nucor's ass. maybe they need to start kissing nucor's ass with that extra long special touch or something, because nucor is the only thing left for blytheville to hold on to. offer some tax breaks to nucor or something. get the citizens involved with a community support group. make nucor feel proud to be a part of that community.
Kiss it yourself. They don't pay taxes, and what they "give" to the community is a tiny fraction of what they should/would pay in taxes. Very few of them live in Blytheville or even AR for that matter. MO and TN get the majority of them. I can honestly say I don't blame them. Too much crime, too many drug dealers and not enough police enforcement.

Why would anyone want their kid attending Blytheville Schools when students can be seen walking to school and using/selling drugs enroute.
Ready to go to work

Memphis, TN

#21 May 12, 2010
Hello,
Has anyone heard about what's going on with Nucor memphis and the hiring of the fourth crew? Will it be soon?

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