Job Opportunities with North Star BlueScope Steel
Operations/Production Team Members
Our Operations/Production team members ensure the safe and continuous operations of North Star BlueScope Steel. They are involved with both the handling and making of steel. There are several operating areas that offer a variety of career challenges from handling raw material, to melting, casting and rolling. Operations Team Members are given pay increases on an individual basis by improving their skills in a wide range of tasks and abilities.
Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Team Member
Our EHS Team Members perform a variety of tasks. One of the most important functions of their role is to stop by each area of our mill and talk with our operations and maintenance team members. Other tasks include taking ownership of certain safety programs, participating on company teams and responding to emergency situations.
Electrical Tech Team Members have a very robust career at NSBSL. There are many different pieces of equipment they can work on, including PLC’s, HMI’s, transformers, cranes, etc. They not only troubleshoot and fix problems when equipment is malfunctioning, but they also lead projects from start to finish to make equipment perform better and more efficiently.
Please send your resume to: HumanResources@nsbsl.com
Operations Management Trainees
Our Engineering Management Trainees get to spend time in each of our three main operating areas learning in depth about each piece of the process at one of the most technologically advanced mini mills in the USA. Trainees get exposure to the operational, maintenance and personnel management sides of our business.
Each year, we offer Fall, Spring and Summer Engineering Co-Ops to college juniors and seniors. Typically, we select students working toward Electrical/Mechanical/Materials/Chemical engineering degrees. These students get to work alongside our Engineers in the field for a whole semester. They select a project to complete during their time here and get to present their work at the end of the semester to peers and management. It is a great opportunity to apply classroom learning to hands on applications.