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Nucor Interviews

Updated 9 Jan 2015
Updated 9 Jan 2015

Interview Experience

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    Maintenance Clerk Interview

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    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 5+ monthsinterviewed at Nucor.

    Interview Details

    Very thorough, process can be rather long, taking up to 6 months. Included a psychological evaluation during the 2nd interview. Potential candidates have been known to attend 2 -6 interviews with this company, my personal interview only required 2. Questions were mostly skewed toward personality and teamwork, relatively few regarding technical aspects of the job.

    Interview Questions
    • Coming from an educated background and business related fields, why would you want to work in an industrial environment, and what can you bring to this type of field?   Answer Question
    Negotiation Details
    They give you an offer, and you either accept or deny. Lots of potential for upward growth once hired on though.
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Nucor Awards and Accolades

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America's Top Companies, Forbes, 2009
Barron's 500, Barron's, 2009
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Headquarters Charlotte, NC
Size 5,000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (NUE)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue £10+ billion (GBP) per year

Nucor continues to electrify the steel industry with a simple concept: The minimill is mighty. At its various minimills, Nucor produces about 15 million tons of steel annually, including hot- and cold-rolled steel, steel joists, and metal buildings. North America's largest recycler of scrap metal, Nucor produces steel by melting scrap in electric arc furnaces. Most of its products are sold to steel service centers, manufacturers, and fabricators. Subsidiaries such as Vulcraft -- one of the US's largest producers of steel joists, girders, and decking -- use the balance of... More

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