United States Steel Shift Manager - Operations in Hamilton, Ontario
Shift Manager - Operations
Auto req ID7691BR
State/ProvinceCA - ON
Work Location - CityHamilton
Mid-LevelU. S. Steel Canada Operations
Company OverviewU. S. Steel Canada’s operations are efficient and high tech and our customer focus is intense. We’ve been making steel for more than 100 years, always with an eye to making it better, faster and more cost effectively. From the high-strength, light-weight steels that make automobiles sleeker, safer and more fuel efficient, to the polished surfaces of the appliances you use every day, to the steel framing and roofs that make our homes stronger and safer, our products do things that no other material can.
At U. S. Steel Canada, our strength is our people. Our dedicated, diverse and innovative employees contribute to our company in creative ways every day and have helped us maintain our position as a leading steel producer.
U. S. Steel Canada has a Vision for the future – Making Steel. World Competitive. Building Value. – and we are seeking talented, motivated, and creative people like you to help us achieve it.
Job DescriptionU. S. Steel Canada has an immediate opening for a Shift Manager - Operations in the Cokemaking Department at our Hamilton Works facility.
• Administration of the U. S. Steel safety program to ensure a safe work environment within the Operating facility.
• Promotes safety by various means (safety contacts, safety tours, incident investigations and follow-up, MSDS and JSA review, equipment condition, etc.) and leads by example.
• Ensures adherence to all environmental control procedures and relevant codes and standards.
• Supervises hourly workforce and coordinates all administrative activities pertaining to that responsibility (i.e. performance reviews and related documentation, attendance and conduct administration, annual surveillance medicals, etc.).
• Performs administrative activities such as scheduling and paying employees, completing maintenance and operating reports, conducting safety conversations, and compiling other reporting as required.
• Communicates, directs and facilitates the overall operation of the facility. Builds constructive relationships. Ensures accountability, engages employees, promotes teamwork and responsibility to improve employee morale. Requires strong leadership. Ensures consistent productivity and cost.
• Maintains an awareness of the condition of operating equipment. Troubleshoots equipment failures and arranges equipment repairs through assigned maintenance personnel. Maintains accurate production reporting and delay logs.
• Actively participates in recruitment screening and selection of prospective new hires.
• Establish performance goals and objectives with Area Manager.
Education, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• College Diploma/University Degree in Engineering, Operations, Manufacturing, Material Science, Chemistry or Business discipline or a combination of education and experience working in a unionized, manufacturing/industrial environment is preferred.3-5 years chemical/petrochemical experience is desired
• Good communication skills.
• Good interpersonal and leadership skills
• Good oral and written communication skills
• Good problem solving skills
• Ability and desire to work in a shop floor environment
• Good computer skills
• An enthusiastic approach and ability to learn quickly and assume responsibility
Working Environment/ Conditions
Heavy industrial setting.
Competency SummaryAs a manager/supervisor of the company, qualified candidates for this role also must demonstrate the ability to manage change, communicate effectively, and lead high-performance teams.
Equal Employment OpportunityIn accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, U. S. Steel Canada is an equal opportunity employer who is committed to providing an inclusive and barrier free recruitment and selection process. Applicants should advise Human Resources if they require any type of accommodation during the recruitment process.
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