Beaver County Energy & Advanced Manufacturing Day 2015
Beaver County Energy & Advanced Manufacturing Day


Mike Roknich

Mike Roknich

Employer: c3controls
Department: R&D Engineering
Job Title: Maintenance and Compliance Engineer II
High School: Blackhawk High School

Overview of Responsibilities:  Major responsibilities include product improvements to molds and assembly components. Compliance management of third party certifications and its documentation. Support of the quality initiatives and processes. Managing the engineering change notification process. Design of custom, new, and existing molds.

 Post-Secondary Schooling/Education (to prepare you for your career): 

Penn State University (Beaver Campus)  – Associates Degree MET

Point Park University Pittsburgh – Bachelor’s Degree MET

What are the benefits/advantages in life working in a manufacturing environment in Beaver County? Over the life of my career, I have worked in a manufacturing environment for over 15 years. This working experience(s) has given me much confidence and incite on how to respectfully interact with others, on how to approach challenges, and on how to, with integrity, resolve problems. With all this, I am able to use what I have learned in my professional career and apply into my own life. The largest benefit is the gift of building relationships. It gives one an opportunity to share his/her ideas and also learn from others’ ideas and experiences.

Learn More About the Beaver County Energy Advanced Manufacturing Partnership Here

Participating Schools

  • Aliquippa
  • ambridge
  • Beaver School District
  • Big Beaver Falls
  • Blackhawk School District
  • Central Valley
  • Ellwood City
  • Hopewell
  • New Brighton
  • Riverside
  • Rochester School District
  • South Side
  • Western Beaver

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