senior vice president – Automotive Solutions, United States Steel Corporation
Scott D. Buckiso joined United States Steel Corporation in 1990 as a management associate at Mon Valley Works' Irvin Plant. From 1990 to 2004, he advanced through increasingly responsible positions in finishing operations at the Irvin Plant, casting at Mon Valley Works’ Edgar Thomson Plant and finishing operations at Great Lakes Works. In 2004, Buckiso was named division manager of rolling at Great Lakes Works and added oversight of the plant’s finishing operations to his area of responsibility in 2005. In 2006, he relocated to the Republic of Serbia to serve as general manager of finishing at the former U. S. Steel Serbia. Buckiso returned to North America in 2007 when he was named plant manager of the former U. S. Steel Canada’s Lake Erie Works. He was appointed plant manager – finishing at Gary Works in 2009. Two years, later, he was named general manager – Mon Valley Works, with responsibility for four facilities: Edgar Thomson Plant, Irvin Plant, Clairton Plant and Fairless Plant. Buckiso was appointed vice president – European Solutions and president of U. S. Steel Košice in June 2015 and advanced to senior vice president in June 2017. Buckiso returned to the U.S. in October 2018 after being named senior vice president – Automotive Solutions. In this role, he leads U. S. Steel’s commercial entity dedicated to helping automotive customers develop solutions to address challenges such as increased fuel economy standards and enhanced safety requirements. Buckiso also has executive responsibility for the company’s research and technology organization as well as the following operating facilities: Great Lakes Works; Midwest Plant; and PRO-TEC Coating Co., a joint venture with Japan’s Kobe Steel. Buckiso is a native of Pittsburgh, Pa., and a 1990 graduate of the University of Maryland with a degree in communication and speech.