Rayonier Reviews

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Paul G. Boynton
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    Former Employee - Analyst
    Former Employee - Analyst

    I worked at Rayonier

    Pros

    Friendly, passionate staff
    Wonderful environment
    Good company

    Cons

    Company is broken up into many pieces

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Rayonier Interviews

Updated Jan 16, 2015
Updated Jan 16, 2015

Interview Experience

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Interview Difficulty

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    Application Details

    I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at Rayonier.

    Interview Details

    Mostly starts with a recruiter. There is a phone interview with the recruiter, then with the HR Manager and the hiring Manager. If you go to the plant, you will interview with a group. There are set questions they are given to ask. Everyone gives their imput afterwards. I've participated on both sides interviewer and interviewee.

    Interview Questions
    • I don't recall a specific question; however, I do remember how nervous I was at having 6 or 7 people in the room.   Answer Question
    Negotiation Details
    I went through the recruiter who was extremely helpful. He asked me what was most important which for me was vacation time, so we asked for 4 weeks and settled on 3.
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

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Website www.rayonier.com
Headquarters Jacksonville, FL
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1926
Type Company - Public (RYN)
Industry Real Estate
Revenue $1 to $2 billion (USD) per year

Timber is at the root of Rayonier's business. The real estate investment trust (REIT) buys and manages timberlands and grows and sells timber for the manufacturing of paper, pulp, lumber, and other wood products. The company owns, leases, or manages some 2.5 million acres of timberland and real estate in the US and New Zealand. It produces lumber, wood chips, and wood panels, in addition to its performance fibers unit, which makes some 25 different grades of cellulose products and absorbent fibers used in textiles, air filters, tires, detergents, and disposable diapers... More

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