Expeditor (Former Employee) – Clairton, PA – September 14, 2018
provide information and answer question from E-mails sent the day before, and throughout the day. answer phones, answer and fill walk-in order. Enter and send for approval orders for supplies, services, and adjustments to open orders. I can provide more information upon interview questions.
Manager Level II (Former Employee) – Fairfield, AL – September 10, 2018
I would love to work for United states Steel again as the unit I worked for was closed down due to economic conditions in 2015.United States Steel provides a stable and secure feeling to it's workers with opportunities to grow as a person as well as an employee.
UTILITY TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Hughes Springs, TX – September 7, 2018
Doing the same thing every day, schedule changes often, and upper management is rude and disrespectful! Most employees are helpful then there's the ones that are entitled and don't help because of their "seniority"
Crew Leader (Current Employee) – Gary, IN – September 6, 2018
Good place to work. The benefits are good also. Staying focused on your job is a must! Operating in a steel mill is dangerous and can be deadly if you don't watch what you're doing. Having a good attitude towards safety and your fellow co-workers goes a long way.
Shift work isn't that easy, but having days off during the week has it's benefits though.
I love operating heavy equipment. It never gets old for me. Crew Leading is more of a challenge, but still isn't bad.
Hardest part of my job is not having the right tools to get it done. Makes for a very long shift.
Good benefits, pay, and strong focus on safety.
Broke down equipment, dangerous working enviroments.
Millwright/Welder (Current Employee) – Gary, IN – September 2, 2018
The CEO is out of his mind not wanting to negotiate we Haven't had a raise in 6 years now he wants to take our benefits from us with a minimal raise an offer us craap for benefits the hole point of the steel mill is the good benefits that's why you go to work there and risk your life in the environment.
Machine Repair Technician (Current Employee) – Ecorse, MI – September 2, 2018
Safety meeting. Go over any situations that may have came up day prior. Job assignments. Work orders for specific jobs are handed out to everyone Work on tasks ,troubleshoot,lube,oil,repair Lunch Finish tasks,etc. Cleanup areas utilized Shower
Shift Manager Blast Furnace (Former Employee) – Granite City, IL – August 29, 2018
Great pay and benefits. Could be long hours and change shifts every 7 days. Could be mandated to stay another shift on a daily basis. Never knew when you would be allowed to leave. Year long exposed to elements outside.
Operational Excellence Specialist III (Current Employee) – Ecorse, MI – August 27, 2018
Not a challenging environment for my level of experience. Felt like there was no room for advancement because no other position seemed appealing. I am looking for a company to retire with. USS is not that company.
Laborer (Current Employee) – Gary, In – August 24, 2018
If you’re not educated at all this is a good way to make money for a decent living. You’re free time will be cut down dramatically. Most people develop diabetes do to extensive shirt work and long hours.
A typical day at work meant spending 12=14 hours on my feet doing repetitive tasks with a break every 4 hours. The workplace culture wasn't very good unless you are Hispanic and/or a family member of one of the supervisors.