Engineer (Current Employee) – Pryor, OK – July 5, 2017
Great starting salary for recent graduate of engineering. Great upward mobility, however once a promotion is given or you are now longer an engineer in training the pay raises are minimal and the company is unwilling to negotiate. This is a very cheap company with personnel and unwilling to pay what the market pays.
Great place to work if you dont mind getting dirty & the weather
Manager (Former Employee) – Pryor Creek, OK – November 23, 2016
Heavy Industrial Site Mining Limestone to convert to cement. Pay is extremely good for the blue collar Union employees. Dirty Dusty Environment and have to be willing to WORK rotating 12 hour shifts. Good stable job if you come to work on time, limit your absences and are willing to do hard labor for a while. Many opportunities for advancement.
Great atmosphere, co-workers, management and benefits
Accounts Payable Specialist (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – July 6, 2016
A typical work day was very busy and I enjoyed the various duties. Management was very fair and listened to any grievances anyone had. They were easy to communicate with and asked opinions about things at times.
Most of the co-workers were pleasant to communicate with and be around. There wasn't really a hard part of the job. I would have liked to learn more of the different aspects of the software if time had allowed.
The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to do various duties and also to communicate with vendors and employees.
Silo Tender/ Laborer, (Current Employee) – Greencastle, IN – April 4, 2014
I take care of the shipping and storing cement silos. Making sure the different types of cement are not contaminated with another. Measure silo levels 2x daily and record the data.
I have learned the process of making cement, how to run heavy equipment, do basic repair work. I have had the ability to learn skills outside of my job classification (e.g. stick welding and torch cutting) Everyday there is something new to learn if you are willing to learn.
My shift Foreman have been essential to my learning and advancement within the company, making sure I spend time with co-workers in higher job classifications, to learn more about the plant and our operation. My co-workers have also been very influential in my growth as an employee at Buzzi.
I love working here, getting to do different work on a weekly basis has been a great experience. The hardest part of the job is the environment we work in
learn skills that can be applied to every day life. good pay and benefits
A typical day at work consists of loading tanker trucks, unloading rail-cars and maintenance. I've learned some leadership skills by taking on new responsibilities Management was hard on me at first until I proved myself. Co-workers don't understand me The hardest part of my job is connecting with Co-workers because we have different interests and personalities. The most enjoyable part of my job is that I get to be home every night.
Millwright (Former Employee) – Maryneal, TX – September 16, 2013
One day I could be fixing the side of a material elevator, then the next day operating the mobile crane changing a drum on the overhead crane. Well managed and safety oriented. Co-workers were like family. Hardest part of the job was my 65 mile one way commute. Most enjoyable was the environment
Paralegal Intern (Former Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – February 28, 2013
This was an internship position as a paralegal in which I worked in many areas of the law from real estate to contracts. I learned the hands-on duties and tasks conducted by a paralegal. The hardest part of the job was finding the precise, specific information requested by the attorney. The most enjoyable part was the atmosphere and the legal matters I was involved in everyday.