Joshua Devine

Looking for a new job to add some extra sizzle to your summer? Well, look no further. Pittsburgh’s bright with plenty of opportunities, and ImaginePittsburgh.com will help you take a shine to finding the just-right job. More than 25,000 positions are open today across the 10-county region, and posted on ImaginePittsburgh.com: a one-stop shop for information about employers and careers. With a powerful regional jobs aggregator that is updated nightly from more than 1,000 job boards and corporate websites, ImaginePittsburgh.com will help you find your first job or advance your career. You can also explore the site’s Featured Employers, as well as many great places to live, play and learn in southwestern Pennsylvania.

Here are a few of the jobs available now with Featured Employers:

Operations Administrator at Covestro

Real Estate Agent at Northwood Realty Services

Oracle EBS – Financials – Senior Consultant at Deloitte

Commercial Finance Manager at Elliott Group

Structural and Steel Project Engineer at Mascaro Construction

Too busy to check these out now? Bookmark ImaginePittsburgh.com or save us to your favorite read-it-later app. You can also sign up for career news about the region through our RSS feedFacebookTwitter or monthly newsletter.

Bonnie Pfister

There are more 20,000 jobs open today across the Pittsburgh region, part of a vibrant economy with jobs in business and financial services, healthcare and life sciences, IT, energy and manufacturing. If you’re a Pittsburgher looking to advance your career, or have friends and colleagues elsewhere who’d like to move here, you should be checking out ImaginePittsburgh.com on a regular basis. Our 10-county jobs aggregator is updated nightly. For example, today you’ll find jobs like these:

 Medical Records Scanner at Premier Medical Associates

Virtual Construction/LEED Specialist at PJ Dick

Payroll Specialist at Howard Hanna Real Estate Services

Senior Recruiter at Bayer

Cleveland Brothers Equipment Co. (CAT) is seeking a military veteran for an Industrial Machinery Mechanic position. Veterans can connect with CAT and other employers here.

You can also reach out to our Neighbors – young and mid-career professionals who have chosen Pittsburgh — 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 feedFacebookTwitter or LinkedIn.

Are you a military veteran looking for a job with good pay, benefits and opportunities to advance? Check out our sister website, ServiceToOpportunity.org. There you can register in just a few minutes to be connected directly with regional energy and manufacturing companies that are keen to hire returning military servicemen and women. Learn more  here.

Bonnie Pfister

There are more 20,000 jobs open today across the Pittsburgh region, part of a vibrant economy with jobs in business and financial services, healthcare and life sciences, IT, energy and manufacturing. If you’re a Pittsburgher looking to advance your career, or have friends and colleagues elsewhere who’d like to move here, you should be checking out ImaginePittsburgh.com on a regular basis. Our 10-county jobs aggregator is updated nightly. For example, today you’ll find jobs like these:

Solution Center Technician at Seton Hill University

Strategic Product Manager at TeleTracking Technologies

Engineering Technician at EQT Corp.

Inventory Technician at Mitsubishi Electric Power Products 

Real Estate Agent at Northwood Realty Services

You can also reach out to our Neighbors – young and mid-career professionals who have chosen Pittsburgh — 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 feedFacebookTwitter or LinkedIn.

Are you a military veteran looking for a job with good pay, benefits and opportunities to advance? Check out our sister website, ServiceToOpportunity.org. There you can register in just a few minutes to be connected directly with regional energy and manufacturing companies that are keen to hire returning military servicemen and women. Learn more  here.

Bonnie Pfister

Pittsburgh’s got jobs — plenty of them. There are 20,000 positions open today across the 10-county region on the ImaginePittsburgh.com. That’s a one-stop shop for information about employers, careers and job postings that are updated nightly from more than 1,000 jobs boards and orporate websites.

Here are few of the jobs available right now from ImaginePittsburgh.com’s Featured Employers 

Insurance Agent at Howard Hanna Real Estate Services

Search Engine Marketing Specialist at MARC USA

Technical Support Desk Coordinator at the University of Pittsburgh

Assistant Director of Residence Life at Washington & Jefferson College

The Allegheny Conference on Community Development, the parent organization of ImaginePittsburgh.com, is hiring for several positions including a web developer, market research analyst and a both a director and administrative coordinator for investor relations.

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 feedFacebookTwitter or  LinkedIn.

Bonnie Pfister

Looking for a new gig? There’s lots to choose from in the 10-county Pittsburgh region — with some 20,000  jobs open today via the ImaginePittsburgh.com job search engine. That’s a one-stop aggregator of career postings updated daily from more than 1,000 job boards and corporate websites.

Here are few of the jobs available from our Featured Employers

Insurance Agent at Howard Hanna Real Estate Services

Civil Engineer at FirstEnergy

Information Security Manager at Highmark

PC Applications Analyst at Dollar Bank

GIS Technicians at Peoples Natural Gas

Not quite what you were looking for? Check out our Neighbors page to see what kinds of careers other 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. You can also sign up for our monthly ImaginePittsburgh.com newsletter, or follow us by RSS feedFacebookTwitterLinkedIn or our other social media channels.

In 2002, Pittsburgh-based PNC Financial Services Group became the first major U.S. bank to pledge that it would apply green building standards to all of its newly constructed or renovated offices. The company already had an impressive record, opening the nation’s largest corporate green building its 650,000-square-foot Firstside Center in 2000.

Today, Pittsburgh’s Three PNC Plaza is one of the largest environmentally friendly mixed-use buildings in the United States, and construction about to begin on the Tower at PNC Plaza, the world’s largest green skyrise. PNC has more newly constructed Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)-certified buildings than any other company in the world. As PNC Vice President and Energy Manager Nana Wilberforce (known by those within PNC as the company’s “Energy Czar”) recently told the Energy to the Power of Pittsburgh (E2P) public awareness campaign, the company has turned doing what’s good for the environment into doing what’s also good for the bottom line. (Click here to read the first of this two-part series.)

Green Wall at One PNC Plaza, Wood Street, Downtown Pittsburgh

E2P: PNC is about to begin construction of a new tower in downtown Pittsburgh, and it’s been predicted to be the world’s greenest skyrise. What exactly does that mean?

NW: The Tower at PNC is going to be the greenest skyrise in the world, and the basic idea is that the building is going to use less energy than any comparable building in the world. It’s also going to more efficient just in terms of the operation of the building itself. It won’t necessarily meet the definition of what’s become known as a “living building,” but that’s definitely the direction toward which we wanted the design to lean.

E2P: In what ways, apart from green building, is PNC working to become a greener company?

NW: With energy management, we have the controlled side that is doing lighting retrofits and similar energy efficiency improvements, and we have the uncontrolled side that has to do with the intangibles like the behaviors of the people who inhabit our buildings. PNC has been very good at educating our employees to make energy conservation a real part of our culture. We reinforce our commitment to green business practices everyday, and our employees really take pride in doing their part, even if that just means switching off their computer monitors and their desk lights when they’re going to be away from their workstations.  We also have green teams within the company – employees who meet and share ideas about how to further reduce energy consumption and, in turn, our environmental impact.

But when we talk about PNC Green as a part of our culture, it’s really evident in the degree to which it’s permeated every facet of the business. In the financial services industry, PNC has always strived to be at the forefront of every technological advance that might make our businesses more efficient and that might create more value for our customers. And now we look to do the same when it comes to technologies that can help us improve energy efficiency and reduce our impact on the environment. We have an innovation team within our real estate group that is continuously looking at new materials, processes and technologies to determine what’s applicable for our purposes. We’re very proud of the fact that we’re frequently leading the way and rarely trying to catch up when it comes to implementing new technologies. Lighting retrofits is a great example. PNC has spent more than $8 million on lighting retrofits to dramatically improve energy efficiency in our existing facilities. We can see the long-term benefits, and so we understand the value of that investment. We’re definitely leading the way as other companies continue their cost/benefit analyses and struggle to justify an expense that we already know will pay for itself in the long run.

E2P: PNC’s headquarters in Pittsburgh is virtually surrounded by companies that are finding innovative solutions to the energy challenges that many predict will define the 21st century. Are you partnering with any local companies as you continue your pursuit of green building and greener business practices?

NW: We’re actually working with a lot of local contractors. For example, we work with Scott Electric and LaFace & McGovern Associates, which are both local electrical distribution companies. We work closely with the utility providers in the area, like Duquesne Light, to ensure our buildings are as energy efficient as they can be. These are just a few examples.  We’re fortunate to have so much expertise and so much ongoing energy innovation happening here in the region, and we won’t turn a blind eye to good ideas from anybody if they help us to better control our energy consumption, improve productivity and reduce PNC’s environmental impact.

To read the first part of this series, click here.