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I have been working at Advantage Metals Recycling full-time (More than 5 years)
Advantage Metals Recycling offers execellent pay and benefits, and they’re second to none in job security. The company consists of a dozen locations, making relocation an option. Scrap metal recycling requires a safe working environment and AMR offers an outstanding workplace culture. Safety is, hands down, this company’s north star.
Commodities are, at times, a rollercoaster ride. Employees must be flexible, energetic and coachable. If they are, they’re rewarded with compensation, benefits and the opportunity to advance in an industry leading company.
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Effective management produces solid results in all environments and this particular management team has been able to do that. The path to those results has been slowly outward, with more people and teams slowly added to the decision making process. I hope that trend continues.
I applied through college or university. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Advantage Metals Recycling (Kansas City, MO) in November 2018.
David J Joseph attended my university's Career Fair and I applied for the position online through Handshake. I heard back quickly that I had been selected for a first round, in-person interview. The interview was mostly resumé based with general questions about past experiences and why I was interested in the job. It lasted about 30 minutes. Within a couple of weeks I heard back that I was selected to interview in Kansas City with the Advantage Metals Recycling team (part of the DJJ company). The AMR team was extremely friendly and welcoming when I arrived. The process consisted of six separate interviews as well as a personality/general knowledge test that took about an hour. Upon completion of the test and individual interviews, I was given a tour of the scrap yard where I had a chance to learn more about the recycling process and how that intersected with the position that I was applying for. In its entirety, the process took roughly five hours. However, it was very engaging and the team did a good job of making everything run smoothly.