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Timken President, CEO, and Director James W. Griffith
James W. Griffith
93 Ratings
  • Good experience, poor intern management, good intern program

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    Former Intern - Metallurgical Engineer in Canton, OH
    Former Intern - Metallurgical Engineer in Canton, OH

    I worked at Timken as an intern


    Exciting, interesting projects and work


    Poor Intern project management and guidance

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Better plan for interns based on their experience and the time frame you'll have them

    Neutral Outlook

Timken Interviews

Updated Mar 25, 2015
Updated Mar 25, 2015

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Interview Experience


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Getting an Interview


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Interview Difficulty




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    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Houston, TX
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Houston, TX
    Application Details

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 daysinterviewed at Timken.

    Interview Details

    Discussion about past experience and future goals. What attributes can you bring to the company and or skills that you could provide. Team orientation is a key quality to have and the ability to communicate is essential.

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    Accepted Offer
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Timken Awards & Accolades

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America's Top Companies, Forbes, 2009
Barron's 500, Barron's, 2009
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Website www.timken.com
Headquarters North Canton, OH
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1899
Type Company - Public (TKR)
Industry Construction, Repair & Maintenance
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (USD) per year
Competitors SKF, NSK, Tenaris

The Timken Company keeps its bearings straight. The company makes bearings that find their way into products from consumer appliances to railroad cars. Timken also makes power transmission components, including automotive gear shafts and connecting rods to aircraft engine components. The company manufactures more than 450 grades of alloy and carbon steels, producing bars, billets, tubing, and custom components for automotive and industrial applications. Additionally, it offers lubricants, seals, and motion control systems. Timken serves 27 countries through more than... More

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