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Where can I work in crossville if I leave StonePeak Ceramics?

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Moving Forward

Maryville, TN

#1 Apr 18, 2012
I have worked at StonePeak Ceramics for a few years and have recently decided that it is time for me to move on. I have found myself at a dead-end and don't see room for growth. If I do leave StonePeak, where else in Crossville would I work that would atleast match my pay ($11/hr) or even better?
thatgirl

Crossville, TN

#2 Apr 18, 2012
There is not a lot of jobs that will start you out at $11/hr, but there are quite a few that can reach that level if you work your way up. Flowers will start you around $9/hr and work your way up to around $14 sometimes more, CoLinx will start you at a little under $9 but if you get hired in you go to $11 or $12, Ficosa once hired in goes to almost $11. You're just going to have to put a few months as a temp in before you can reach the pay you want.
meg

Crossville, TN

#3 Apr 18, 2012
Good luck, finding another job around here isn't going to be easy.
moving to crossville

Livingston, TN

#4 Apr 18, 2012
does any one no any jobs for licensed cna are moving to crossville and need cna job. love working as a cna and people
hmmmmm

Crossville, TN

#5 Apr 18, 2012
moving to crossville wrote:
does any one no any jobs for licensed cna are moving to crossville and need cna job. love working as a cna and people
I see CNA's needed in the Crossville-Chronicle.com all the time in the top jobss side bar.
Moving Forward

Maryville, TN

#6 Apr 20, 2012
thatgirl wrote:
There is not a lot of jobs that will start you out at $11/hr, but there are quite a few that can reach that level if you work your way up. Flowers will start you around $9/hr and work your way up to around $14 sometimes more, CoLinx will start you at a little under $9 but if you get hired in you go to $11 or $12, Ficosa once hired in goes to almost $11. You're just going to have to put a few months as a temp in before you can reach the pay you want.
Thank you very much. I am ok with working my way up. Now I have a few companies to try.
Keep Trying

Crossville, TN

#7 Apr 20, 2012
There are jobs out there, you just have to find them. I know there is a new farm/processing facility opening up just up the road around Jamestown. That might be a good option. I, too, work at Stonepeak currently, but am seriously looking for a job back in my career field. Been there for 6 months with the promise every week of "we're going to hire you full time in a few days." Too bad they are all full of talk, and no action. Not to mention the fact that their safety record ain't that great. Just ask the maintenance guy that lost three of his fingers a few weeks ago when the "dead man switch" that should shut the line off wasn't connected. They care more about quantity of tile than quality or safety.

Good luck! Hope you wish me the same. I had the unfortunate luck of seeing the outcome and helping in getting this man out of the belts that cost him his fingers.
thatone

Morrison, TN

#8 Apr 21, 2012
Moving Forward wrote:
I have worked at StonePeak Ceramics for a few years and have recently decided that it is time for me to move on. I have found myself at a dead-end and don't see room for growth. If I do leave StonePeak, where else in Crossville would I work that would atleast match my pay ($11/hr) or even better?
what department do you work in?
heather

United States

#9 Apr 22, 2012
anyone know what kind of a place hardwood is to work for? Or if they are hiring?
Moving Forward

Maryville, TN

#10 Apr 23, 2012
thatone wrote:
<quoted text> what department do you work in?
um, I would rather stay annyomous as possible. lol. I dont need a hard time from anyone at work.
lynn- crossville

Crossville, TN

#11 Apr 15, 2014
Can anyone tell me about Crossville Ceramics? I'm thinking of putting in an application. I've been looking for a medical assistant job for 4 months all over and even to knoxville. I think I've exhausted my search and need something to help pay bills.
TheKings

Crossville, TN

#12 Apr 15, 2014
You could try Aramark for the bakery. 10.50$ an hour on 4 12's. Good money when I worked there that is.
lynn-crossville

Crossville, TN

#13 Apr 15, 2014
TheKings wrote:
You could try Aramark for the bakery. 10.50$ an hour on 4 12's. Good money when I worked there that is.
I tried 1 day there a long way back. Not big on conveyor belts. My husband worked there for a few years. Didn't have much of a personal life. He also said there was a lot of drama & cheating. Maybe that's everywhere.

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