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This is a temporary, assignment employed through an agency, this is not a full time hire. Candidates who apply will be directed to an agency. Resource Requirements: Background in designing Benefits (Health & Welfare) and Service Center/Call Center related training program and associated curriculums; This resource will not be responsible for the development of the training content but would be requ...
Our organization has an immediate opening for an IT Application Developer/Functional Analyst on the Record to Report Team within the Global Business Processes organization of the Business Service Center (BSC). The Record to Report team supports the accounting financial applications. The position is located in Pittsburgh, PA. Major Responsibilities: • Provide direct support for various Oracle eBS F...
Job duties include, but are not limited to, the following: Administration of the U. S. Steel safety program to ensure a safe work environment and safe work practices. Implementation of plant specific Corporate IPR standards Ensure communication is maintained throughout the Plant to IPRC regarding IPR activities. Verify that the IPR activities are in compliance with the SSP (Safety Standard Practic...
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