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Mississippi Silicon Holds Job Fair

Mississippi Silicon recently held it’s first job fair of the new year. For more information about employment with Mississippi Silicon please contact the WIN Job Center.

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Corinth Rotary Club Welcomes Mississippi Silicon

Mississippi Silicon Vice President of Finance was recently welcomed by the Corinth Rotary Club where he presented a project update to Corinth’s own local business leaders.

Interest In Mississippi Silicon Continues To Rise At Regional Job Fair 

Mark Ivey, Mississippi Silicon’s Director of Human Resources, was recently on-hand at the Northeast Mississippi WIN Job Fair, and interest in employment with Mississippi Silicon is on the rise.

“There seems to be a lot of interest because we are a new company. Applicants have been very qualified, and that is good.”

Close to 52 companies took part in the job fair.

Photo Credits: Steve Beavers; The Daily Corinthian

Lawsuit Against Mississippi Silicon Dismissed 

A lawsuit seeking to stop Mississippi Silicon’s construction has been dismissed by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi.

Mississippi Silicon is very pleased with the ruling issued by the federal judge for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi to dismiss Globe Specialty Metals’ complaint and request for a preliminary injunction to halt our project. The court previously denied a similar request by Globe shortly after Globe filed this particular lawsuit. This decision confirms that this lawsuit filed by Globe against Mississippi Silicon was without merit. Our position is clear – Mississippi Silicon has and continues to act in good faith and in accordance with strict permits properly secured. – John Lalley, Vice President of Finance for Mississippi Silicon

To find out more about the U.S. District Court’s decision please follow these links and visit these local news agencies:

Mississippi Business Journal – Suit to block silicon plant in northeast Miss. dismissed

Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal – Lawsuit against Mississippi Silicon dismissed

WTVA – Lawsuit over plant construction dismissed

Platts Metals highlights project completion assurance:

Platts Metals – MS silicon’s new plant completion assured


Job Fair

Mississippi Silicon Draws Major Interest At NEMCC Job Fair

Mississippi Silicon was one of more than 50 companies and businesses to attend the annual job fair on the campus of Northeast Mississippi Community College, and Human Resources Director Mark Ivey was on-hand to talk about the company’s hiring expectations.

Silicon demand is up 17 percent over last year, so we’re in a good position. … We want to hire people from Northeast Mississippi and give them good jobs.

The company has recently started the hiring process, and looks to hire as many as 200 employees in the coming months.

You can read more about Mississippi Silicon and the NEMCC Job Fair here.

Photo Credits: Adam Robison; Daily Journal