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Looking for a well-compensated job in a field that’s an intrinsic part of nearly everything you see and touch? Consider the chemical industry.
Jobs as technicians, engineers, researchers, business-to-business sales and others to support all of the above are abundant in companies that make everything from surgical devices no larger than an eyelash to cables that support bridges, office towers and power plants. Some 5,000 of these jobs are in the Pittsburgh region at 250 companies as PPG Industries, Covestro (formerly Bayer MaterialScience), Calgon Carbon, Braskem and more.
So it’s not surprising that for 48 years the region has celebrated Pittsburgh Chemical Day, a gathering that shares best practices and trends in science, R&D, policy, markets and talent attraction and development. On Oct. 6, PPG Industries President and CEO Michael H. McGarry delivered the luncheon keynote address for the day-long event at the Heinz History Center.
“The chemical and coatings industry is poised to grow, but we must tackle key challenges to achieve continued success,” McGarry said. A big part of that is working to improve education and talent attraction, as Pittsburgh faces a looming shortage in skilled workers as Baby Boomers retire. (You can read more about McGarry’s comments in this Pittsburgh Business Times article.)
Eric Giles of Covestro (formerly Bayer MaterialScience) is one of those young workers who has found great opportunities – and a great life – working in the chemical industry here. A senior R&D specialist, Giles left his hometown for college and considered a range of cities to launch his career. But he chose Pittsburgh for its multi-national scope and opportunities in product development.
Military Veterans: DTE Energy Resources is seeking a veteran for a open electrical engineer’s job. Connect with DTE and other HR managers ready to hire at ServiceToOpportunity.org, a sister project to ImaginePittsburgh.com.
Did you know there are more than 29,000 positions open today across the 10-county region on ImaginePittsburgh.com? That’s the region’s hub for information about employers, careers and job postings that are updated nightly from more than 1,000 jobs boards and corporate websites.
Here are few of the jobs available right now from ImaginePittsburgh.com’s Featured Employers:
Not quite what you were looking for? Check out our Neighbors page to see what kinds of careers young and mid-career professionals are pursuing. You can reach out to the Neighbors for networking ideas via the LinkedIn addresses include in their profiles. And stay up-to-date with new job postings and other news about building a great life in the Pittsburgh region via our newsletter, our RSS feed, Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.
The ATHENA Awards are the networking event of the season for men and women of all backgrounds! Tickets available here: Athena-Pittsburgh.com
The results are in: five prominent leaders from the Pittsburgh region have been named 2015 Greater Pittsburgh ATHENA Awards finalists.
They will be recognized on Oct. 9 for their professional excellence, contributions to the community and mentorship of other women at the 25th Annual ATHENA & Young Professional Awards Luncheon, presented by the Allegheny Conference on Community Development at the Westin Convention Center Hotel, one At the event, one finalist will become the recipient of the 2015 ATHENA Award. The 2015 ATHENA finalists, selected from among a record 49 nominees – a record-setting number – compose a varied and distinguished group of women. The finalists are:
Doris Carson Williams, president & chief executive officer, African American Chamber of Commerce of Western PA
Lisa Lenihan, United States magistrate judge, United States District Court for the Western District of PA
Rhonda Moore Johnson, senior medical director of health equity & quality services, Highmark Inc.
Lucille Prater-Holliday, founder, Black Women’s Empowerment Institute
The ATHENA Young Professional Award will also be presented — to a woman age 35 or younger who exemplifies the qualities of ATHENA with an emphasis on modeling positive leadership to peers. This is the fifth year for the “Young ATHENA” award and also a record year, with 29 nominations. The 2015 AYPA finalists are:
Josie Badger, youth development director, PEAL Center
Meredith Meyer Grelli, co-founder and co-owner, Wigle Whiskey
Aurora Sharrard, vice president of innovation, Green Building Alliance.
Last year’s luncheon drew nearly 900 attendees, securing the Greater Pittsburgh ATHENA Award Luncheon’s status as the largest stand-alone event of its kind in the world among the 500-plus communities around the globe that present the award each year.
Pittsburgh’s got jobs — plenty of them. There are 20,000 positions open today across the 10-county region on ImaginePittsburgh.com. We are a one-stop shop for information about employers and careers, with a powerful regional jobs aggregator that is updated nightly from more than a thousand job boards and corporate websites.
Military veterans: Architectural glass designer and manufacturer Forms + Surfaces is seeking a CNC Operator. Apply via the free ServiceToOpportunity.org program to get one-on-one contact with a hiring manager.
Not quite what you were looking for? Check out our Neighbors page to see what kinds of careers young and mid-career professionals are pursuing. You can reach out to the Neighbors for networking ideas via the LinkedIn addresses include in their profiles. And stay up-to-date with new job postings and other news about building a great life in the Pittsburgh region via our monthly newsletter, our RSS feed, Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.