United States Steel Management Associate - Plant Processes in Gary, Indiana
9401BRMid-Level:Gary Works Work Location:GARY WORKSJob Description:The Management Associate program is our entry level program for college graduates to help accelerate their professional development. Management Associates are provided between 12-24 months of training across multiple functional areas with work assignments designed to assist in both personal and skill-set development. The role may include rotational assignment(s) within the department. This program is designed to strengthen leadership capabilities to prepare the college graduate for advanced roles within our operations or in a number of disciplines that support our operations.
U. S. Steel has an opening for a Management Associate in our Plant Processes organization within the Business Service Center organization. The Plant Processes role will provide exposure to plant operations application management and process control engineering responsibilities.
Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Analyzing steel manufacturing processes and applying appropriate technology solutions.
• Working with personnel from varied disciplines in a manufacturing environment toward continual improvement in production capabilities.
• Detailed designing of system specification including hardware and software requirements.
• Coding, testing and implementation of applications / systems and user training.
• Supporting the critical production systems in a timely fashion, troubleshooting problems and maximize operating efficiencies with minimal interruption.
• Coordinating both the design and development efforts utilizing project management skills.
• Monitoring the mechanical functions of the machinery that manufacture and produce steel products.
• Working with systems that monitor the environmental outcomes of steel production.
• Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Technology, or other computer-related degree.
• Must have graduated within the last three years from an accredited college or university at the time of hire
• Must have less than three years of professional work experience
• Minimum 3.0 Overall GPA
• Classroom and/or project experience in at least one of the following computer languages: Fortran, C, or MS.NET.
• Teamwork, Organization, Leadership, Project Management and Planning SQL databases
• Solid math background
• Electrical engineering knowledge, networking VMS and Windows based operating systems
• The ability to comprehend electrical drawings and schematics are desired skills as is the ability to use electrical and communications test equipment.Auto req ID:9401BRCompany:United States Steel CorporationCountry:United StatesRequisition Type:US-ExemptPosting Title:Management Associate - Plant Process Control - (IT or EE) - Gary WorksState/Province:US - INWork Location - City:Gary Company Overview:Steel is essential to advancing modern society. In fact, countless aspects of our lives wouldn’t be possible without it. From state-of-the-art household appliances and safer, more fuel-efficient automobiles — to steel framing that makes our homes stronger and tubular products that support the development of our nation’s energy resources — our products build quality of life for people around the world. U. S. Steel is on an exciting transformational journey to become the iconic corporation — a company set apart from the competition through the talent of our people, the quality of our product, and the strength of our performance. We are seeking talented, motivated people to help us create the next generation of U. S. Steel, known for consistently out-performing the competition, delivering superior returns, and creating value for our customers as a world-class supplier of innovative steel products and solutions.Preferred Skills:We are looking for motivated self-starters that can work in a fast paced, data-driven environment. The successful undergraduate will be an analytical problem solver, have an extremely high level of customer focus and a passion for process improvement. In addition, a successful intern will have:
• Demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and an aptitude for your area of study
• A strong record of team, project and/or people leadership in a work setting and/or extracurricular activities
• A willingness to take initiative to understand the business
• An aptitude for problem solving; strong writing and verbal communication skills
• A strong commitment to excellence and to personal and professional growth
• Must be resourceful, responsible, tenacious, curious, independent, confident and high energy
• The ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks.
• Leadership and strong decision-making skills
• Ability to think and act both strategically and tacticallyCompetency Summary:As an individual contributor, qualified candidates for this role also must demonstrate the ability to champion change and effective communication while contributing to team success.Equal Employment Opportunity:U. S. Steel is a principled company committed to its core values of safety, diversity & inclusion, environmental stewardship, results & accountability, and focus on cost, quality, and customer. We promote an environment of respect, communication, and collaboration – encouraging new ideas that drive innovation and our collective success. U. S. Steel is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability status.