H.C. Starck Reviews

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  • Decent Company

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    I worked at H.C. Starck as an intern (More than a year)

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    It is a secure position in a specialty business that offers an interesting look into other industries and good career advancement opportunities. Decently run company with acceptable pay and stress levels.


    The company does have some short comings in quality that put it in the middle of the pack, and it felt like we were playing catch-up to others in the industry as often as we paced with them on advancements in material requirements.

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    Need a better direction and more well defined goal setting processes to improve productivity and results.

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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4 daysinterviewed at H.C. Starck.


    Strange. It was just a conversation and tour of the plant. No explanation given. It felt very informal and the interviewer had no idea what to ask me. It ended up becoming me watching two managers talk about their weekends and joke. It was strange.

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Website www.hcstarck.com
Headquarters Newton, MA
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Mining & Metals
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year

The kind of powders produced by H.C. Starck have nothing to do with ski slopes but do smooth the way for many products in the marketplace. The company (the US unit of German-based H.C. Starck GmnH, dba H. C. Starck Group) manufactures metal powders, thermal spray powders, metal products, and specialty chemicals. Its powders go into everything from concrete to sporting goods, from pigments and plastics to medical and dental supplies. Starck also makes electroconductive polymers and colloidal silica for the electronics industry. H. C. Starck Group has more than a dozen... More

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