Career hunter

Shepherdsville, KY

#1 Nov 4, 2011
Does anyone know what the schedule and pay is for a Dow Corning Production Operator?
Anon

Vine Grove, KY

#2 Nov 4, 2011
Not sure, but I know they aren't hiring right now. I applied and that's what they told me.
Know him

Brandenburg, KY

#3 Nov 5, 2011
It depends on the position but after you get established it runs between $12/hr - $18/hour, probably the highest paying hourly jobs in Hardin Co. You have to join the union (which sucks)and put up with all that BS, but the management is good and treats employees well (better than the Union treats management/leaders). A good, safe, secure, place to work with great benefits.
Career hunter

Greensburg, KY

#4 Dec 5, 2011
The position is production operater. Does anyone have anything more specific.
Know Him

Brandenburg, KY

#5 Dec 6, 2011
Career hunter wrote:
The position is production operator. Does anyone have anything more specific.
They have a number of different processes including; Batch mixer, continuous polymer, continuous sealant, automated batch mixer, packaging, custom color manufacturing etc. They primarily make sealants, polymers, silicone coatings, and encapsulates. Operator is responsible for staging raw materials, loading process to a recipe, running the process and in many cases also doing the packaging. Responsible for the production recording, product quality, and safety of the process.
wages

Rockport, IN

#6 Dec 6, 2011
Know him wrote:
It depends on the position but after you get established it runs between $12/hr -$18/hour, probably the highest paying hourly jobs in Hardin Co. You have to join the union (which sucks)and put up with all that BS, but the management is good and treats employees well (better than the Union treats management/leaders). A good, safe, secure, place to work with great benefits.
no actually Flint ink has the highest paid wages in etown, you start off at what everyone else makes which is usally around $20 an hour.
Know Him

Brandenburg, KY

#7 Dec 6, 2011
wages wrote:
<quoted text> no actually Flint ink has the highest paid wages in etown, you start off at what everyone else makes which is usally around $20 an hour.
But when you consider the benefits package at DC (health, 401K, life, vision, profit sharing, cash awards, overtime, etc) the total value to the employee is around $60/hour.
wages

Rockport, IN

#8 Dec 7, 2011
Know Him wrote:
<quoted text>
But when you consider the benefits package at DC (health, 401K, life, vision, profit sharing, cash awards, overtime, etc) the total value to the employee is around $60/hour.
Flint ink has all the same benfits, 401K, profit sharing, life, vision, health,overtime etc. Just about all of the factories do. Well if their worth working at they do.
Nope

Huntsville, TX

#9 Apr 1, 2012
The dollar figure quoted here ($12-18) isn't accurate for "established" employees. Those numbers are closer to the amount earned for those who are still in their probationary period.
at nolinrecc

Elizabethtown, KY

#10 Apr 1, 2012
wages wrote:
<quoted text> Flint ink has all the same benfits, 401K, profit sharing, life, vision, health,overtime etc. Just about all of the factories do. Well if their worth working at they do.
at nolin they 100 percent of you're retirement and match a 401k anf pay 100percent of insurance when you retire at 30 yrs.i could live with with a 700.000 dollar ck after 30 yrs and still wk their.thats the place to get a job around this country..
not true

Elizabethtown, KY

#11 Apr 1, 2012
wages wrote:
<quoted text> no actually Flint ink has the highest paid wages in etown, you start off at what everyone else makes which is usally around $20 an hour.
nolin recc starts out out side workers around 18dollars then in a year or 2 they pay over 29 dollars 2 33 dollars with ot.30 yrs you're sit 401k to cash out life insurance payed for life spouse included and a one lump sum of you're 100 percent retirement lowest payout i heard of was 600.000 and she is still working their.now how do you get a job their?
jason

Elizabethtown, KY

#12 Apr 1, 2012
Nope wrote:
The dollar figure quoted here ($12-18) isn't accurate for "established" employees. Those numbers are closer to the amount earned for those who are still in their probationary period.
I WOULDN'T WORK IN A FREAKIN FACTORY FOR 30 DOLLARS A HOUR.IT IS THe MOST MISERABLE LIFE ON EARTH USED TO GET SICK PULLING IN FLINT INK PARKING LOT UNTIL I GOT SMART AND QUIT AND WEN'T to DO CONST AND NOW I CAN BREATH BETTER AND FELL THE SUN ON MY SHOULDERS HATE FACTORIES.
son needs a job chasity

Elizabethtown, KY

#13 Apr 1, 2012
at nolinrecc wrote:
<quoted text>at nolin they 100 percent of you're retirement and match a 401k anf pay 100percent of insurance when you retire at 30 yrs.i could live with with a 700.000 dollar ck after 30 yrs and still wk their.thats the place to get a job around this country..
Do anybody know how to get a job at nolinrecc?i'm on the;r service do they half to go to limeman school?i would like my son to wk their i see the men out and they are very nice guys.he would start out any where in the company.thanks,chasity.
Question

Trinity, TX

#14 Apr 1, 2012
jason wrote:
<quoted text>I WOULDN'T WORK IN A FREAKIN FACTORY FOR 30 DOLLARS A HOUR.IT IS THe MOST MISERABLE LIFE ON EARTH USED TO GET SICK PULLING IN FLINT INK PARKING LOT UNTIL I GOT SMART AND QUIT AND WEN'T to DO CONST AND NOW I CAN BREATH BETTER AND FELL THE SUN ON MY SHOULDERS HATE FACTORIES.
I agree. I worked at Akebono for nearly 15 years. I began having breathing problems after working a few years. I worked until I bought all I needed, paid it all off and quit. I don't make a fraction of the money now, but I am back to 100 percent health.And I've gotten to watch my kids grow up. That is worth more than any amount of money.
amen

Elizabethtown, KY

#15 Apr 1, 2012
Question wrote:
<quoted text>I agree. I worked at Akebono for nearly 15 years. I began having breathing problems after working a few years. I worked until I bought all I needed, paid it all off and quit. I don't make a fraction of the money now, but I am back to 100 percent health.And I've gotten to watch my kids grow up. That is worth more than any amount of money.
enough said..
chasity

Elizabethtown, KY

#16 Apr 1, 2012
son needs a job chasity wrote:
<quoted text>Do anybody know how to get a job at nolinrecc?i'm on the;r service do they half to go to limeman school?i would like my son to wk their i see the men out and they are very nice guys.he would start out any where in the company.thanks,chasity.
tried for years they hire experence lineman mostly unless you know somebody out their.i have to agree they make a hell lot of money like KU.
Interested

Tucker, GA

#17 Jun 14, 2013
What is their written test like? Does any one know how long it is.? Is it as hard as they say? Or is it common sense?

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