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Shift Manager - Gary Tin Maintenance

Company Name:
U. S. Steel
Job Description:
Administering the U.S. Steel safety program to ensure a safe work environment within the operating facility.
Applying engineering principles and problem solving techniques to evaluate and resolve mechanical conditions to maximize operating efficiencies.
Utilizing management skills to supervise, direct, and coordinate the efforts of experienced technicians, craftsmen and project planners to repair and maintain mechanical equipment to keep the operations running at maximum efficiency with minimal interruption. Use technical knowledge and maintenance history of mechanical equipment to develop and implement preventative maintenance programs.
Performing administrative activities such as scheduling crews, completing production reports, conducting safety conversations, and compiling other reporting as necessary by the operating facility.
Requirements:
High School Diploma or equivalent is required. Bachelor's degree in an Engineering discipline is preferred or equivalent years of demonstrated knowledge of mechanical maintenance in a heavy industrial environment.
Minimum of 3 years work experience as a maintenance supervisor in a manufacturing/industrial environment
Minimum of 2 years supervisory experience
Good communication, interpersonal and problem solving skills are critical.
Prior experience in a union environment or similar military leadership experience is a plus.
Level and compensation based on experience.
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.

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