I worked at Titanium Metals full-time (More than 8 years)
Great tech and training of employees. education paid for. competitive industry. Good People work their and it was a good place to work
New owners push the envelope of cost cutting and production increases. Existing management had a hard time adapting to this environment and relationships suffered because of it.
Advice to Management
listen to your employees and stick up for them when they need it. It was an amazing place to work and amazing things were done there. management needs to drive it back to the roots.
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Titanium Metals.
Brief phone call - just a way of getting to know me. Then invited me onsite for a sit down interview with one person from HR and an operations manager. Was pretty smooth, felt more like a conversation which made the interview easy. Many of the questions were about experiences straight from my resume.
The entire process took probably a week to two weeks and I applied out of college.