Manufacturing positions

Metal Technologies in Auburn, IN has opportunities in our manufacturing facility starting at $17/hr.

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Accounts Payables & Receivables Specialist

EPC/Geneva has a position for an Accounts Payables & Receivables Specialist

Basic Purpose:

Obtains revenue and pays invoices by verifying and completing payable and receivable transactions.


Essential Functions:

  • Pays invoices by verifying transaction information; scheduling and preparing disbursements; obtaining authorization of payment

  • Obtains revenue by verifying transaction information; computing charges and refunds; identifying delinquent accounts and insufficient payments

  • Collects revenue by reminding delinquent accounts; notifying customers of insufficient payments

  • Prepares financial reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing account information and trends

  • Maintains accounting ledgers by posting account transactions

  • Verifies accounts by reconciling statements and transactions

  • Resolves account discrepancies by investigating documentation; issuing stop payments, payments, or adjustments

  • Maintains financial security by following internal accounting controls

  • Secures financial information by completing data base backups

  • Maintains financial historical records by filing accounting documents

  • Updating and maintaining records of expenditures

  • Sending out payments for company credit cards

  • Responding to vendor invoices

  • Ensuring that all payments are made in accordance with company policy

  • Ensuring that all payments are sent on time

  • Resolving payment discrepancies and disputes on behalf of the company

  • Posting payments to customer accounts

  • Organizing and filing deposit receipts as invoices are paid

  • Preparing reports on delinquent accounts and customer payment profiles

  • Reconciling cash receipts and deposits

  • Analyzing financial records for accuracy

  • Assist with administrative duties; special projects, and other assignments as requested

  • Perform other duties as required

Work experience required:

Excellent administrative/clerical skills; excellent written and verbal communication skills; high attention to detail and accuracy; knowledge of general accounting procedures; accurate data entry and 10 key skills; minimum of 2 years’ experience in AP/AR work, proficient in Microsoft Suite-especially Excel; good organizational skills; ability to analyze information; strong attention to detail and thoroughness; some experience on an ERP system; excellent math skills.


4 years High school


Desirable 2 years Finance/Accounting


Salary: $40,000/yr   1st shift


Please send resume to: or

Fax to:  260-368-7889


Production Supervisor

EPC/Geneva has a position for a Production Supervisor

Basic Purpose:

Major focus on production issues; including quality products, on time, at standard costs, in a safe environment


Essential Functions:

  • Responsible for meeting completion due dates on shop order dispatch reports.

  • Maintain daily time approval records

  • Maintain volunteer overtime lists

  • Monitor safety reports and ensuring that directed department and employees work in safe environment

  • Ensuring that equipment performs adequately via correcting minor tooling and maintenance operations with work orders and direction of setup personnel

  • Maintain a fair appraisal of temporary and probationary employees, as well as permanent work force records.  Advise and take corrective action, or recognition, as directed

  • Monitor rework and scrap and disposition areas

  • Evaluate Statistical Process Control by employees

  • Maintain favorable housekeeping within directed departments

  • Must maintain close working relationships with engineering, production control and quality, tool room, maintenance and other supervisory personnel

  • Respond to needs in scheduling and manufacturing problems. Communicate issues to Cell Managers and other shifts involved

  • Listen and resolve personnel problems at this level; others directed to Human Resources for resolution

  • Direct Hourly employees in the proper execution of respective jobs (production, leadmen, setup, indirect, etc.)

  • Responsible for providing training to personnel on proper procedures for running equipment

  • Participate as required in safety and housekeeping, Quality Operating System, internal quality audits, 8D problem solving and production meetings.  These may occur off the designated shift

  • May support other departments as manager during overtime or unscheduled coverage situations (such as illness)

  • May have customer contact in regards to ship dates, concerns or Geneva visits

  • Assist with EPC Cost Reduction program

  • Support customer requirements in regards to proper execution of procedures, inspections and records

  • Monitor inventories of support products/supplies and order accordingly

  • Perform other duties as required

Work Experience Required:

Previous experience in a supervisory capacity; 3-5 years’ manufacturing experience; proficient in Microsoft Office; excellent people skills; strong verbal and written communication skills; flexibility; strong scheduling skills; strong leadership ability; self-starter; SPC training; good mechanical skills and willingness to impellent new shop floor techniques; product knowledge; ability to work in stressful conditions.

4 years H.S. Graduate or equivalent

Preferred 2 years College (undergraduate)


Salary:  $60,000-$70,000 a year depending on experience, skills and knowledge.   1st shift


Please send resume to: or

FAX to: 260-368-7889

Solder Table Operator

EPC/Geneva has a position for a solder Table Operator

Basic Purpose:

Perform operation of solder table

Essential Functions:

  • Check shop orders for job information

  • Gather parts and mix flux material

  • Check gas lines

  • Position tube in jig

  • Put paste on part leg

  • Remove soldered part, dip in water, and place in pan

  • Completed parts are placed in tote and weighed

Preferred 4 years H.S. Graduate or equivalent

Starting pay $14.88/hr.

Please send resume to:

carol.riemer@elkhart or

Fax to: 260-368-7889



EPC/Geneva has a position for an Inspector

Basic Purpose:

Inspect, gauge and package product.

Essential Functions:

  • Run and monitor Rotofinish

  • Inspect parts visually and with the use of various gauges and measuring equipment

  • Package parts

  • Identify each box on carton with inspection sticker in designation location

  • Place labels on skids on boxes for country shipping designation

  • Must be able to lift at least 18 pounds

  • Other duties as assigned

Preferred 4 years H.S. Graduate or equivalent

Starting Pay $14.89/hr.

Please send resume to: or

Fax to:  260-368-7889

Extrude Press Operator

EPC/Geneva has a position for an Exrude Press Operator

Basic Purpose of Position:  Perform operation of extrude press

Essential Functions:

  • Check shop order for job information

  • Transfer parts from tote to pan

  • Location of return bend and position bend with a hook

  • Responsible for having totes weighed

  • Transportation of totes to wash line (150 feet away)

  • Responsible for retrieving oil from barrels by 5 gallon bucket and dumping into reservoir of machine

  • Perform quality inspections as required

Preferred 4 years H.S. Graduate or equivalent

Starting Pay $16.40/hr.

Please send resume to: or

Fax to: 260-368-7889


EPC/Geneva has a position available for a set-up person.

Basic Purpose:  Setup and run the Hause, welder and Fanuc robots.  Support the Cell Manager in labor decisions and corrections.  Support special projects.  Perform Root Cause Analysis on out of compliance issues.  Communicate clearly.

Essential Functions:

  • Set-up and run the Hause, welder and Fanuc robots
  • Train associates who work in the piston cell the set-up/operation procedures
  • Make safety checks of set-up
  • Perform SPC checks to guarantee part accuracy
  • Responsible for quality per Control Plan
  • Move parts within the plant
  • Support Department Cell Manager in labor decisions/corrections
  • Make necessary decisions involving some adjustments while carrying out instructions and standard procedures
  • Support special projects
  • Perform Root Cause Analysis on out of compliance issues
  • Incorporate TPM activities into equipment and process functions
  • Communicate shift to shift on daily events
Starting pay is $16.40/hr.
Preferred:  4 years H.S. Graduate or equivalent

Please send resume to: or

Fax to 260-368-7889

Census Jobs

2020 Census jobs provide:


Flexible hours

Weekly pay

Paid training



For more information or help applying, please call


The U.S. Census Bureau is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Leaders Staffing is accepting applications for Welders.

Hours are Monday – Thursday 6am to 4:30 pm and Friday-Saturday 6am to 2:30 pm

$15.00/hr. starting pay if candidate is directly out of school.

Must have resume and be able to take a welding test in Avilla.

*Please send resume to Ashley Sturdivant/Staffing Coordinator

106 Progress Dr. West

Kendallville, IN  46755

Phone:  260-347-2008

Financial Director

The Community Foundation of Noble County in Ligonier, Indiana has a position for a Financial Director.


Salary:  $50,000 to $55,000/year


The Community Foundation of Noble County seeks a full-time Financial Director.  The Financial Director is responsible for the care and oversight of the Foundation’s finances.  The ideal candidate has strong attention to detail, demonstrated experience in accounting and financial management, and a heart for serving the community.  The Financial Director works with staff, donors, committees, and board members to ensure the Foundation’s assets are stewarded to the highest standard.


A bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or other related field is required.  A master’s degree is preferred.


Seven years of financial management and/or account ting experience.  Knowledge of fund accounting is a plus.

Description of Position:

The Financial Director of the Community Foundation of Noble County is a salaried, full-time exempt position, that requires an average of 37.5 hours of work each week.  The Financial Director is responsible for the Foundation’s financial, payroll, and bookkeeping activities.  The Financial Director prepares monthly and quarterly financial statements, generates income and expense reports, creates and manages budgets, and generates fund statements.  The Financial Director is responsible for the reconciliation of checking accounts and investments at month’s end, as well as payroll and accounts payable.  The Financial Director works collaboratively with auditors, staff and Board members.

Duties and Responsibilities:


  • Make necessary transfers between the Foundation’s funds, to meet operating needs and expenses
  • Post items into the General Ledger
  • Reconcile checking accounts at month’s end, and complete other month-end procedures
  • Set up fund information in Community Suite
  • Prepare reports for fund representatives, as well as special monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports
  • Work collaboratively with our auditors to prepare annual audit, tax return and 1099s
  • Prepare monthly operating financial statements, rate of return, and quarterly combined statements
  • Perform monthly tasks to close the books, i.e. posting of prepaids, interest and investment and bank statements, etc.
  • Calculate and post spendable amounts to funds annually
  • Prepare grant reports for the Board and any other financial reports as requested
  • Provide updates on unrestricted funds available for the Board and Executive Director
  • Balance pledge entries
  • Assist Executive Director in annual budget preparation
  • Work with fund representatives to answer financial questions
  • Prepare a quarterly report for the Investment Committee outlining current and future cash needs


  • Process payroll, payroll tax deposits, and tax forms bi-weekly
  • Prepare quarterly 941 and UC1 reports
  • Prepare W-2s and the W-3 annually


  • Facilitate necessary employee paperwork related to payroll and maintain a locked file containing the appropriate information
  • Coordinate the operation of the Foundation’s Simple IRA Plan
  • Evaluate/review personnel policies and procedures
  • Maintain necessary personnel records
  • Track all leave requests and maintain adequate records of employees’ annual Managed Time Off
  • Complete wage reports


  • Manage payments to vendors and grantees
  • Enter A/P, post grant requests, gifts, and pledges
  • Make necessary transfers for payables and payroll
  • Complete deposits and maintain records
  • Collect and monitor W-9s for vendors as required
  • Audit petty cash as needed or at minimum, monthly
  • Work with insurance company on workman’s compensation audits, claims and issues.


  • Maintain cleanliness of office and common spaces throughout CFNC
  • Become familiar with all CFNC policies and guidelines
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities assigned as necessary or requested by the Executive Director
  • Oversee routine document destruction, annual record retention and file maintenance

EXPERIENCE:  Five years of financial management experience required

EDUCATION:  Bachelor’s degree in accounting, financial management or related field required

Send resume to: