BE THE ENGINEER OF YOU.
We’re looking for a special breed. Those who can look at something and immediately know how it works. And how to make it better. Who are powered by a desire to build. To grow. To create. Are you ready to choose a career where you can chart your own course? Where the things you do today will transform how the world will look tomorrow. A career that is hands-on in the best way possible. Are you ready to choose a career engineered by you?
As an intern, you’ll be given real world projects and responsibilities almost immediately. Our mentors will provide you with hands-on training, guidance and feedback. All geared to deliver you a strong foundation for a successful career.
Interested in launching your career at Nucor, but need additional education to get you there? From essential course work to extensive hands-on training, the Nucor Technical Academy puts you on the right path to becoming part of the Nucor team.
Our Developmental District Sales Manager (DDSM) Program is a comprehensive training program that will immerse you in every aspect of the metal buildings industry. It’s designed to give future District Sales Managers (DSMs) the knowledge and skills they would need to excel in the field.
THE DDSM TRAINING
OUR VALUES ARE YOUR VALUES
We actively recruit veterans when hiring. It’s our honor to work with America’s service men and women. Plus we believe that Nucor’s values are a perfect complement to values that are developed when serving one’s country.
MAKE A BIG IMPACT IN ONE OF OUR MANY PRODUCTION FACILITIES
Forge a career in steel production and operations today by becoming part of the Nucor team. With performance-based compensation, profit sharing and a no-layoff practice, at Nucor, we take care of the men and women who produce and fabricate the steel that defines our company.
I have been working at Nucor full-time (More than a year)
Everything is great thus far
Nothing bad to say at the moment
Advice to Management
I applied through a staffing agency. I interviewed at Nucor (Dallas, TX) in June 2017.
First interview was somewhat technical, although they seemed to be trying to get a feel for my personality. Then plant walk through, which was theoretically to give me an idea of working conditions but seemed more like a vetting process. Then technical interview, which was supposed to be a technical panel interview, but was cancelled several times. Company did not seem very well organized, although interviewers were polite.