District Sales Support Administrator (Former Employee) – Earth City, MO – 5 October 2017
Interview process takes a long time. Training is intense but informative with on-going training available. Great communication between regional offices. Management needs more training on fair labor laws.
Welder (Current Employee) – Fairless Hills, PA – 24 September 2017
Work on your assigned task and do what is asked of you and you will have a successful day. I have learned general welding tips from other welders I have worked with. Management is unexperienced in the welding and metal work trade and often is uneducated and uninformed in the daily tasks you are expected to perform. Work environment is laid back and easy going. Hardest part of the job is dealing with the non-existent plant safety program. The most enjoyable part of the job is using your skills and knowledge to accomplish your job.
Crane Operator/Taylor Driver (Current Employee) – Armorel, AR – 19 August 2017
I would not recommend this company for either work and/or looking to buy steel products. The management pushes nothing but production not caring about quality or safety! They take to many orders at once and rush everyone to get it done!
Plant Cost Accountant-Analyst (Former Employee) – Morrisville, PA – 20 June 2017
Great place to work when the work was there, but under extreme pressure. While it is a life time job, this is only if there are current orders or the place you are working can supply constant sales orders. Company is ran by sales, which are only concerned about the sale and not the process.
Sales Support II (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – 24 May 2017
I enjoy working for Skyline Steel, have learned alot and stay fairly busy. Don't agree with some of the things I am responsibly for, but have over come that. The hardest part of the job is the system and not enough training.
Welder/Fabricator (Current Employee) – Camp Hill, PA – 26 April 2017
Skyline was a great place to work for years ago... I loved getting up every morning and going to work however over the years the management of this company had started slacking big time by being very unprofessional, disregarded safety procedures, talking about workers personal situations, threatening employees, playing favorites towards certain employees, and harassing workers... Over the years the best employees were, and are being pushed out the door because of this... Nowadays I would not recommend this place to work for anyone that is looking to progress forward and make a future there!
Company does not have opportunities for advancement. Very heavy workload but is manageable. Management is willing to assist with any issues you have and willing to make adjustments to policy if needed.
Estimator Assistant (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – 19 September 2016
helping the Senior Estimator to create accurate Estimates from emailed plans. Provide detailed Shop Drawings from plans to put in production. i also visit the Site to take field measures and make shop drawings corrections as needed.
Staff Accountant (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – 17 March 2016
Skyline Steel Corp in Brooklyn is where individuals come to the tail end of their career. It was an excellent start and I was really thrown into the fire; however, that was due to the instability of the accounting department. Not everyone here is a team player.
Inside Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – 6 August 2015
Outstanding place to work. Management could not of been better. Really enjoyed everyone there . Lots of customer interaction on the phone and in person. Very fast paced workplace. Customers always were satisfied.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Morrisville, PA – 14 May 2015
I would assist any co-workers that needed help. Do clean up of work areas to make sure everything is organized. Use a torch to cut the sections of metal. I learned how a manufacturing company is run. I learned how to operate an overhead crane as well as forklift. I also learned how to use a plasma cutter. The management and my co-workers were very laid back and friendly, always willing to help or show me how things are done. The hardest part of the job was moving the material with the overhead crane. The most enjoyable part was learning new things and getting experience.
Maintenance/Electrician (Current Employee) – Iuka, MS – 11 February 2015
To start the day, I have a list of work orders to complete, after the morning safety meeting. Through out the day, while completing the work orders I would log what I had completed. During and after the completion of the work orders I receive "break down calls" as to where I would have to troubleshoot and fix the issue in a timely and effective manner.
The management and people at skyline are great to work with and for.
Not very many people on night shift, so it is a little bit slow.