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!
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.
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.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Cartersville, GA – 3 December 2014
I worked at Skyline for 2 years. Overall it was fantastic. My co-workers were competent, and hard working, and we all got along. My only major complaint is the management. Our boss wouldn't listen much, until he saw you put it into action, even then he was sceptical.
Great people, worki sn't too strenuous
Lask of knowledge and understanding from management
ran a computer program that operated three plasma torches on robotic arms that cut the steel as it comes out the mill. stacked into to bundles and moved onto a railcar by overhead cranes to be sent outside and shipped.
Product Development (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – 2 March 2013
This is my first company since graduating college, so I don't have much experience with sales companies. But the people are amicable to work with and flexible. I've been serving an engineer role, which could be better summarized as technical sales. Mostly just assisting sales people with selling jobs. Some design work is involved, but nothing gets stamped. It's a lot of talking to real engineers and making the changes they address.
good pay, good benefits
management will move you around, never seem to commit to any one direction
PIPE REPAIR WELDER (Former Employee) – Iuka, MS – 27 April 2012
it need to study more for health issue like weld inside small pipe were it most hazard to breathing fumes and dust from grinding. it has a good work force and good safely training every year as plant shuts down for 8 hours of safely training that provide by this company. great people to work with good management.