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West Chester, OH
POSITION TITLE: Accounts Payable Clerk
REPORTS TO: CFO
FLSA CLASSIFICATION: Hourly
The Accounts Payable Clerk (AP) is responsible for processing invoices and payments for Nease Co. LLC’s Administrative Offices and Manufacturing Facility. AP provides accounting support and information to the CFO, Accountant, and other staff.
- Manage incoming accounts payable invoices via email and mail
- Ensures completeness and accuracy of invoices processed
- Ensures that payment is timely and accurate
- Ensure proper expense accounting
- Work with assigned vendors and Nease staff to resolve disputes and ensure that services are not interrupted
- Understanding and Application of approval procedures
- Ensures that approvals are obtained for expenditures from appropriate parties.
- Report generation accounting for transactions
- Produce a wide variety of correspondence and documents using a personal computer
- Complete a variety of special projects assigned by the CFO
- Provide information toward the creation and completion of accruals and other closing schedules
- Utilizes computerized report writers and spreadsheets to assist in the reconciliation of accounts payable, accrued purchases, prepaid accounts and fixed assets
- Research account variances and provide CFO with audit support
- Research issues with expense variances, suspense accounts and other accounts as requested by CFO
- Resolves discrepancies of any kind within AP function
Other key responsibilities:
- Assists in AP monthly closing activities to ensure they are completed accurately and on time
- Follows and applies Accounts Payable Policy and procedures
- Provides input into maintenance and revisions of accounts payable policy and procedures.
- Provide back-up support for Accounts Receivable
- Performs other duties and responsibilities as required/assigned
Key skills and competencies:
Accounts Payable is required to work independently, with minimal supervision, handling multiple tasks.
- Requires working knowledge of Accounts Payable processing including understanding of the effects of AP to General Ledger postings.
- Requires outstanding customer service skills and the ability to work in a team setting with a diverse group of employees, managers and outside parties.
- Requires outstanding analytical, organizational and oral/written communication skills – must communicate issues/problems to managers and coworkers as needed.
- Problem resolution and prioritization skills are a must.
- Must have strong computer skills in a Windows® environment, including Excel, Word and Outlook.
- High School Education with 3+ year’s AP experience.
The Chemical Operator performs various duties related to the production and distribution of products made at Nease. This position is an entry level position where training is critical and constant as you work toward understanding the process in order to troubleshoot process problems, ensuring timely and quality production.
- Follows all safety rules and regulations – wears appropriate PPE
- Follows directions and meets deadlines as instructed by shift supervisor
- Communicates process problems and completion of duties to shift supervisor
- Performs housekeeping details as needed
- Follows ISO 9001 compliance
- Ensures proper communication at shift change
Skills and Knowledge Developed:
- Loading/Unloading Bulk Tank Trucks
- Loading/Unloading Railcars
- Charging Reactors
- Charging Quenchers/Quenching/Separating
- Filter Operation
- Spray Dryer Operation
- High School Diploma or GED
- Good math, reasoning and problem-solving skills
- Positive attitude in dealing with workplace situations
- Maintains a good attendance record.
- Critical thinking and initiative to learn and improve skills.
Starting pay is $19.50/hr with the potential to earn up to another $.75/hr within 18 months ($0.25/hr increments each 6-month period). An Operator Advancement plan is in place to allow maximum growth for those interested. Nease operates on a 24 hour, 7-days a week schedule. This position works on a rotating 8-hour shift. Shifts are typically 7a-3p, 3p-11p and 11p-7a. Overtime is likely but depends on the number of Operators employed. Rotation of shifts occurs approximately 3-4 times per year and usually around major holidays. Benefits include Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Short and Long Term Disability insurances. Health Savings Accounts, 401(k) matching, Paid Time Off (PTO), Uniforms and Personal Protective Equipment (glasses, boots, etc.).
Job Title: Maintenance Mechanic – B Department: Production
Direct Supervisor: Maintenance Supervisor Manager: Plant Manager
FLSA: Hourly, Non-Exempt Location: Harrison, Ohio Plant
The Maintenance Mechanic – B safely performs a wide range of assignments including maintenance of the plant, machines or office buildings. The work demands constant attention to safety and environmental health concerns and is performed in and out-of-doors in a variety of environments.
- Safely perform all job duties while utilizing proper PPE.
- Maintains a good attendance record.
- Follow all safety rules and regulations
- Perform general maintenance duties including replacing or rebuilding valves, pumps, drives, etc.
- Perform general preventive maintenance of the plant.
- Perform outside salvage/yard work.
- Perform rough carpentry, pipe-fitting and limited electrical work as instructed.
- Must be able to lift 50 – 100lbs max at times.
- Must be able to stand on a ladder and reach above head to work.
- Must be able to stand for long periods of time (>30 min) at one time while working on a problem.
- Must be able to stoop, bend, kneel and crawl to be able to get to certain pieces of equipment for long periods of time (>30 min).
- Must be able to climb ladders and steps to reach work areas
- Occasionally must be able to manipulate your body to work in cramped and awkward positions.
- Must be able to lay on your back to get under equipment to work on it for long periods of time (> 30 min).
- Must be able to use hands to manipulate and work with a variety of hand tools and machinery.
- High-school diploma or GED/Equivalent
- Vocational training in welding or electrical repair
- Pipe-fitting, millwright and rough carpentry experience a plus
- 5-10 years mechanical repair work experience required
- Safety awareness and responsibility
- Strong written and oral communication skills
- Ability to work alone or in team environment