Opportunities at Steel of West Virginia, Inc.


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Steel of West Virginia, Inc. is a steel mill with a future. Over 70 million dollars has been invested in our plant since 2008. We offer competitive pay, cash profit sharing (averaged about $7000 per year over the last seven years); excellent health care (at $50 single and $100 per month premium for family coverage); and automatic company pay into 401(k) plan.

SWVA, Inc. is such an excellent place to work that our employees spend their careers with us. We offer the opportunity to work in manufacturing and live in a college town (we are right across the street from Marshall University) with all the activities that has to offer. We have an immediate need for the following positions:

Manager Safety, Health, and Environmental

We have an immediate need for a Manager Safety, Health, and Environmental who will be responsible for:

  • Working with management, production, and maintenance employees to advance the safety of the plant.
  • Compliance with safety, health, and environmental regulations.
  • Reporting of safety, health, and environmental data to agencies such as OSHA and the EPA.

We are looking for someone with hands-on experience in safety, health and environmental. BS Safety or related 5 plus years experience required.

Production Supervisor

We are seeking a seasoned production supervisor with a background of hands on supervision in heavy manufacturing. The successful candidate must be highly motivated, have excellent people skills, strong math and mechanical abilities and the energy to excel. Computer skills are necessary for this position. Steel mill experience preferred, but not a requirement. A background with mechanical engineering studies also preferred. Familiarity with inventory control is also desirable.

Electricians and Millwrights


Electrician candidates must possess industrial experience and be able to demonstrate successful electrical troubleshooting experience, including instrumentation and AC/DC motor controls.


Millwright (who are Mechanics/Welders) candidates must have experience diagnosing, repairing, installing and maintaining industrial equipment and be able to demonstrate required skills through testing.

Pay after a brief probationary period for the electricians and millwrights, is $22.90 per hour for the first 40 hours; $34.35 for hours over 40; and $45.80 for work on the seventh consecutive day.

Please state with your resume for which position you are applying.
(Reminder — production workers apply at www.jobsatswva.com — not through email, fax or mail.)

Email: resume@swvainc.com
Fax: (304) 529-1479
Mail: SWVA, INC.
17th Street and 2nd Avenue
P.O. Box 2547
Huntington, WV 25726

Steel Mill Production Worker

Good Pay and Benefits

We have an immediate need for Production Workers. The Production Worker Entry Level Pay is $16.05 per hour. Good pay increases with pay after completion of third year of employment of $22.90 per hour for the first 40 hours; $34.35.for hours over 40; and $45.80 per hour for work on a seventh consecutive day.

Production Workers at our plant recycle scrap steel in electric arc furnaces then continuously cast billets of steel which are hot rolled on one of our two rolling mills. Production Workers at our finishing lines then custom finish structural beams, channels, and special shape steel sections to customer specifications. You must - - (1) be able to do physically demanding work at extremes of heat and cold; (2) possess a high school diploma or GED; (3) and be drug free.

You must apply through the website: www.jobsatswva.com.

Accordingly, do not submit information or contact Steel of West Virginia, Inc. directly regarding the Production Worker job. It will not be helpful to your effort to gain employment as a Production Worker for you to send a resume directly to Steel West Virginia, Inc. or to call Steel of West Virginia, Inc.

SWVA, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

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