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Process Control Engineer - Industrial Controls

US Steel
United States, Indiana, Gary
One North Broadway (Show on map)
September 26, 2022


Process Control Engineer - Industrial Controls



United States Steel Corporation

Job Description

U. S. Steel is committed to fostering an inclusive workplace culture and celebrate the diversity of our employees. U. S. Steel has an immediate opening for a Process Control Engineer within the Process Control Steelmaking organization. This position will be responsible for designing, developing, maintaining, and enhancing process control hardware and software solutions in a heavy industrial environment.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Optimize and improve industrial plant process control solutions to meet business requirements
  • Translate business requirements into industrial application solutions and interact with personnel throughout the organization, both as an individual and in a team environment.

Minimum Requirements (Requirements that are essential for performing the job):
  • Support production hardware and software applications, SCADA systems, Graphical HMI applications and LAN communications
  • Knowledgeable in industrial plant process control systems, including programming and technical support
  • Minimum of an Associates Degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronics or Electrical Engineering Technology, Computer Science, or equivalent work experience will be considered.
Critical Competencies for Success:
  • Capable of analyzing short and long term hardware, software, equipment, and instrumentation requirements and providing appropriate and cost-effective technical solutions
  • Capable of providing oral and written communication interfaces with departmental management, operations management, operating crews, control system support personnel, system support personnel and others
  • Capable of providing process control support for a 24x7 industrial environment

Competency Summary

At U. S. Steel all employees are expected to display the following core competencies every day to advance corporate, team and individual goals:

Think: Think Critically and Drive Change
Lead: Develop Talent and Collaborate
Do: Empower Performance and Deliver Results

Company Overview

U. S. Steel is a leading steel producer founded in 1901. Today, we're a greener company with an infinitely recyclable product, the world's only LEED-certified steel mill, and an ambitious plan to reduce emissions. We make products that make everyday life possible - automotive, construction, appliance, energy, container, and packaging industries all benefit from our innovation.

We show pride in our communities with company-sponsored employee volunteer programs, corporate contributions, partnerships in support of education, scholarships for our next generation of leaders, and many other programs.

We are continually recognized for our commitment to our employees, most recently as a Most Loved Workplace (Newsweek 2021), a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality (Human Rights Campaign Foundation 2020 & 2021), and a Best Place to Work for Disability Inclusion (Disability Equality Index 2021). It's easy to see why U. S. Steel employees take Pride in Our Past as we Build the Future, United by Steel.

Conducting business with integrity and with the highest ethical values has underpinned U. S. Steel's success for over 100 years, and it remains critical to our company's success in the future. U. S. Steel is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) according to job qualifications without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, age, genetics, sexual orientation, sex, gender identity, disability status or status as a protected Veteran or any other legally protected group status. (California residents may visit regarding collection of personal information and U. S. Steel's privacy practices.)