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12 days ago

Estimator & Scheduler - Process Engineering

United States Steel Corporation Pittsburgh, PA

As a member of the Process Engineering Estimating and Scheduling Group (Group), the Estimator/Scheduler will develop project Front End Loading (FEL… CareerBuilder


11 days ago

IT Application Developer

United States Steel Corporation Pittsburgh, PA

* Design and develop new interfaces and/or applications needed to support plant warehouse, shipping and logistics systems, as well as future Oracle… CareerBuilder


8 days ago

Data Center Systems Analyst

United States Steel Corporation Pittsburgh, PA

Oversee daily Data Center activities. Manage delivery, installation and removal of servers and network equipment in the PSC Data Center. Coordinate… CareerBuilder


13 days ago

Research Engineer - External Processes

United States Steel Corporation Munhall, PA

includes managing project budgets, tracking and reporting on progress on these efforts, and identifying/leveraging funding from private institutions… CareerBuilder


13 days ago

Construction Manager

United States Steel Corporation Pittsburgh, PA

Function: The two primary functions of the Construction Manager is to perform evaluations of construction plans for safety, feasibility and… CareerBuilder


3 days ago

Project Engineer - Construction Controls Management – new

United States Steel Corporation Pittsburgh, PA

(in paragraph form): The construction controls engineer is the person responsible to develop, manage, and maintain the Project Controls Systems for… CareerBuilder


21 days ago

Network Administrator

United States Steel Corporation West Mifflin, PA

The Field Support Analyst is a technician responsible for general infrastructure technology including PC, Laptop, Printer, MFD, mobile terminals, tag… CareerBuilder


7 days ago

Shift Manager - Blast Furnace Operations

United States Steel Corporation Braddock, PA

include, but are not limited to: Oversees production of iron in a steelmaking operation. Administration of the U. S. Steel safety program to ensure a… CareerBuilder


3 days ago

Accounting Analyst III - Consolidation Accounting – new

United States Steel Corporation Pittsburgh, PA

* Records journal entries for the equity accounting of investments. * Records, reconciles, and reports intercompany loan transactions. * Records and… CareerBuilder


3 days ago

Account Representative - Consumer Solutions – new

United States Steel Corporation Pittsburgh, PA

United States Steel Corporation has an immediate opening for an Account Representative in Consumer Solutions, located at the Company headquarters in… CareerBuilder


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    I worked at United States Steel full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Most of the folks were very friendly and good to work with and were willing to help you when needed. The benefits were pretty good and vacation started off with three weeks which is much better than the typical two weeks at a majority of other companies - hopefully that hasn't changed. I also liked the 10 holidays off for corporate folks - the unusual but nice ones were Good Friday and Black Friday. I worked in a few different departments/positions over several years and was generally happy with the people, the work, and the benefits. A large portion of their workforce is aging toward retirement leaving opportunities to grow for the younger folks.

    Cons

    The pay was low especially for non-management. IT, audit, project management, and accounting departments seemed to make less than average at other companies. There are a few bad apples, mostly in leadership positions, that play undermining games or are "politely" aggressive toward their employees. The weak HR department was in leadership's back pocket and (before the downsize this summer) we watched helplessly as some of our excellent co-workers there for ranges between 3 to 35 years got demoted, moved, let go, or forced into retirement for things literally concocted in an Extremely short time period - which in any other company I've worked at wouldn't have been nearly an acceptable time frame to document even a minor case against an employee's work. The environment is changing and it might be getting better for stockholders but it's getting worse for employees as they downsize. The workload was constantly increasing, resources were shrinking, and projects critical to improve efficiency in many areas were put on a back burner in a permanent way. Certain lower level managers were promoted in recent months and they are trying to earn a name off the backs of their employees by being needlessly harsh, critical, and tripling the workload while making merit raises or bonus completely out of reach.

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    Personal responsibility would be nice instead of blaming issues on lower level folks or taking your frustrations out on them. I saw some of you improve over time but some actually were getting worse in their treatment of employees. To senior management - promote those who are working hard, who have earned their next step up, and not just folks who happen to be "in" with management with various meanings. There is a lot of talent and you will have a mass exodus if you do not recognize and promote people who earn it.

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