I started at Pennsylvania Steel New England in 2009. My initial responsibilities included billing, shipping & allocating, and receiving. Because of these various duties, I was able to learn about Pennsylvania Steel’s products and its operation.
Shortly after that, I was promoted to Office Manager, responsible for accounting, and hiring staff to fulfill the billing, shipping & allocating, and reception positions expanding our PSC New England family. Eventually, my position also evolved to include HR responsibilities.
As Office Manager, I also have the opportunity to work with Tony Luongo our GM and be involved in many projects ranging with OSHA Safety Manual, IT and DOT. PSC New England recently obtained its ISO 9001: 2008 certification and am a proud participate in the ISO Core Group and am an Internal Auditor.
I feel very fortunate to work at Pennsylvania Steel Company. My co-workers at PSC New England are a hardworking, humorous and supportive group, which makes working at Pennsylvania Steel so enjoyable. I am grateful and enthusiastic about being part of this growing company and look forward to the new challenges each day brings.
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