10 Pittsburgh Companies That Pay More Than $35 an Hour | Evan … – NewsBreak Original

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Pittsburgh, Pa. – The Pittsburgh metropolitan area has experienced a dramatic economic renaissance following the collapse of the steel industry back in the early 1980s.
For example, the region's economy is now highly diversified and anchored by several growing industries like biomedical, finance, healthcare, information technology, nuclear engineering, robotics, and tourism.
And these booming industries are adding new jobs – many of which pay more than $35 an hour.
1. Pyramid Healthcare Inc – Registered Nurse
Pyramid Healthcare is hiring to fill multiple RN roles. The healthcare provider has full-time, part-time, PRN, and per diem positions available.
These jobs pay up to $40 an hour and come with employee benefits.
2. Corporate Air LLC – Flight Attendant
Corporate Air is seeking a flight attendant. The full-time position comes with a salary of $100,000 a year and full benefits.
Candidates should have at least 2 years of flight or cabin attendant experience.
3. Aldi – Warehouse Operations Supervisor
Aldi has multiple openings for the role of operations supervisor at the company's Saxonburg warehouse. These full-time management positions are for the first shift.
The jobs pay $70,000 a year and include employee benefits.
4. US Department of Veterans Affairs – IT Customer Support Specialist
The VA is seeking an IT customer support specialist for their Pittsburgh office. (This is a federal government job.)
The full-time position pays between $81,891 – $106,462 a year. Furthermore, it comes with competitive federal employee benefits like excellent healthcare coverage and a pension plan.
5. New York Life Insurance Company – Manager
New York Life Insurance Company is hiring to fill multiple manager roles in Pittsburgh. These full-time jobs pay between $80,000 – $120,000 a year and include employee benefits, as well as the opportunity to earn bonuses.
6. HC PA – Registered Nurse
HC PA is urgently hiring to fill several RN openings for the second shift. The company has full-time, part-time, and contract positions available.
These RN jobs pay $47 an hour and come with full benefits.
7. Greentree Auto Body – Auto Collision Technician
Greentree Auto Body in nearby Carnegie has multiple openings for auto collision technicians. These full-time jobs pay between $80,000 – $100,000 a year and come with health insurance and paid time off.
Qualified candidates must have a drivers license and at least 2 years of auto body repair experience.
8. Standard Air & Lite – Senior H.V.A.C. DDC Control System Technician
Standard Air & Lite is seeking a senior HVAC DDC control system technician with at least 2 years of current building automation experience. Preference will also be given to candidates with an associate degree.
The full-time position pays up to $100,000 a year and includes employee benefits.
9. R.A.S. Logistics – Contract Carrier for Appliance Delivery
R.A.S. Logistics has multiple business opportunities available for non-CDL independent contract carriers. These ICC opportunities can pay between $185,000 – $200,000 a year, in addition to a sign-on bonus.
10. Puttshack USA Inc – Hospitality Director
Puttshack USA is hiring a hospitality director for the company's Pittsburgh location. The full-time management position pays between $75,000 – $90,000 a year and comes with full benefits.
Qualified candidates should have at least 5 years of food and beverage or entertainment management experience.

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