Full time Welders

Lockwood Welding  located at 2450 County Rd. 32, Waterloo, IN is in need of two full-time welders for our shop.  The shop does repairs and fabrication and works with nearly all welding processes and materials.

If interested, please contact Ken Lockwood at 260-927-5171.

Experienced AutoCAD Operator

A Garrett, IN manufacturer is seeking an experienced AutoCAD Operator


Basic AutoCAD experience required

Contact Marissa with Kelly Services Fort Wayne





Full time, Strong Electrical, Plumbing, and Excavating Equipment

Experience a plus.

Wage Range $14.14 – $23.75, plus benefits

Accepting Resumes/Applications until

September 21, 2018

Resumes can be e-mailed to bruced@slrwd.org or sent via mail to:

Steuben Lakes Regional Waste District

8119W 150N

Angola, IN 46703



The Systems Group has current staffing needs:

Gallatin @Ghent, KY Shutdown:  Sept 7 – 12, 2018

WPS:  Pre-qualified 1.12 & 1.71 (Must pass both)

Decatur, AL Shutdown:  Sept 12-19, 2018

WPS: 1.12 – 6″ Schedule 40 Bend test

WPS: 8.10- – 2″ Schedule 80 Bend test

SDI Columbia City, IN – Maintenance Work

WPS: Pre-qualified 1.12 & 1.71 (Must pass both)

NAS @ Ghent, KY – Maintenance Work

WPS:  8.10

WPS:  1.32

Convent, LA – Maintenance Work

WPS:  8.10

WPS: 1.12

Ahoskie, NC – Maintenance Work

WPS: 8.10

WPS: 1.12

Huger, SC – Maintenance Work

WPS:  8.10 – 2″ Schedule 80 Bend test

WPS: 1.18

Send resume to:

Gina Zeigler , HR Manager

The Systems Group

204 N. Washington, Suite 700

El Dorado, AR 71730


General Labor, Machine Operators, Sanitation

Kraft Heinz is now hiring for the following:

  • 2nd and 3rd shift General Labor – starting at $15.11 per hour

  • 2nd and 3rd shift Machine Operators – starting at $17.57 per hour

  • 3rd shift Sanitation – starting at $17.57 per hour

Comprehensive Benefits Package

Paid Vacations and Sick Days

Shift Differential for working 2nd and 3rd shift




Select ‘Hourly Factory Opportunities’ and Search ‘Kendallville’

Financial Director

The Financial Director of the Noble County Community Foundation, Indiana, 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 services, including preparation of financial analyses, generating income and expense reports, budgets, and final grant reports.  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 fund reports to 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 1099’s

  • 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 Executive Director during September for the following year

  • Maintain listing of the Foundation’s fixed assets

  • Balance pledge entries

  • Assist Executive Director in annual budget preparation

  • Work with fund representatives to answer financial questions


  • 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 such

  • 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

  • Maintain certificates of insurance files for independent contractors

  • 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 accounting or financial management experience required.

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

*Accepting applications through Thursday, September 13th.  Interested candidates can send resumes to Jenna@cfnoble.org or apply online through www.indeed.com

General Warehouse/Distribution Center Associates

DOLLAR TREE / FAMILY DOLLAR NOW HIRING at the Distribution Center in Ashley, Indiana.


Our General Warehouse associates take their passion for operating machinery and attention to detail for inventory and processing to launch their careers.  If you take pride in making sure our customers always have the selection of merchandise they need, then we want to talk to you.

Starting wages begin at $12-13.50/hour plus up to $3/hour incentive


1st SHIFT:  Monday to Friday – 7 am to 3:30 pm

3rd SHIFT:  Sunday to Thursday – 9 pm to 5:30 am

3×12 HOUR SHIFTS:   Sunday – 7 pm to 7:30 am and

                                            Monday and Tuesday – 5 pm to 5:30 am

3×12 HOUR SHIFTS:  Friday – 12 pm to 12:30 am and

                                            Wednesday and Thursday – 2 pm to 2:30 am


Many of our Associates say that having the opportunity to define their own career is its own reward, but we also offer competitive benefits, such as FREE medical and basic life insurance for full-time Associates!

Benefits include dental and vision insurance, voluntary life insurance, paid time off, flexible spending accounts, annual merit increases and     401(k) including company match.


Apply online at www.FamilyDollar.com/Careers or in person Monday to Friday from 8 am to 3:30 pm at 500 Family Dollar Parkway, Ashley, Indiana 46705

For general questions, please call 260-587-2036




Angel Corps is recruiting Home Health Aides, Certified Nursing Assistants, Attendants and Nurses


  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Current auto insurance

  • Reliable transportation

  • Criminal history background check

  • High school diploma, GED, or HSE

  • 18 years of age or older

We offer:

  • Weekly paychecks

  • Optional Direct Deposit

  • Employee Recognition

  • Professional Development Opportunities

  • Career Paths to Grow

  • Several Employee Discount Programs

  • Education Scholarship (eligibility requirements)

Various times of the day

Short visits

Several hour shifts

Day hours

Evening hours

Night hours

Various home locations

LaGrange, Steuben, Noble, DeKalb

Allen, Whitley, Wells, Huntington,

and Adams Counties


Contact one of our three offices closest to you!

Auburn – 260-927-9840

Fort Wayne – 260-426-4357

Bluffton – 260-824-4747



www.CorpsOfAngels.com          www.InHomeNursingServices.com

Welders and Fabricators

Sabre- FWT is now hiring for Welders and Fabricators.

Starting at $16.00/hr. – $18.00/hr.

$1,000 Sign-on Bonus

Great benefits, including:

Health, dental, vision, disability, life insurance, AD&D, Aflac, 401k, paid time off, holiday pay and more!

Apply in person or online:


761 W. High St., Hicksville, OH  43526




Administrative Assistant

Job Summary:

The Administrative Assistant supports the Executive Director and Board of Directors in all administrative functions required for effective implementation in carrying out a coordinated economic development program.

Duties Performed:

  • Assists the Executive Director with all day-to-day operations of the corporation; performs clerical/secretarial functions;

  • Provides opportunities to exercise independent discretion and judgment;

  • Schedules appointments for the Executive Director, researches information and compiles data, develops reports and completes special projects; drafts financial, statistical, narrative and other reports as requested;

  • Maintains organizational files and other records; prepares claims and accounts payable statements;

  • Produces materials necessary to conduct regular board meetings, such as prepare monthly board reports, monthly board minutes as well as annual meeting information;

  • Act as recording secretary at Noble County EDC board meetings;

  • Communicate with industries and governmental personnel county wide including commissioners, council members and mayor’s;

  • Work with confidential information on a daily basis;

  • Maintain the company website adding and updating new sites and buildings;

  • Develop project templates, respond to requests for information for on-going leads;

  • Schedule meetings, set up events which include catering, speakers and coordinate travel

  • Run company payroll, reconcile bank statements and prepare all monthly financials reports;

  • Completes other tasks as assigned by the Executive Director

Essential Functions:

  • Uses standard software programs in one or more of the following applications:  Microsoft Office, Eel, Word, Adobe and QuickBooks,

  • Communicates with people inside and outside the Corporation to exchange information and/or provide customer service.

  • Compiles data and performs mathematical calculations and basic accounting functions as preparing reports and accounting entries or balancing accounts.


Must be able to work independently and as directed by the Executive Director.


Working Conditions:

Indoor,  general office environment, climate controlled office.  Noise level is moderate and includes sound of normal office equipment.  No known environmental hazards are encountered in normal performance of job duties.


Physical Demands:

Sometimes requires sitting and/or standing for extended periods of time.  May be required to lift up to 30 lbs. such as files, cases of photocopy paper, etc.


Educational Requirements:

High school Diploma or GED, two-year degree preferred.


Special Skills:

  • Must be professional and courteous at all times

  • Must be able to handle and prioritize many tasks simultaneously

  • Must possess excellent typing skills

  • Must effectively utilize time and show self-confidence

  • Must possess full knowledge of computer use

  • Must possess full knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook; and Intuit QuickBooks

  • Must work well with others and without direct supervision

  • Must have valid driver’s license

  • Must be bondable

  • Must possess high degree of confidentiality.

  • Must maintain and grow professional knowledge by attending seminars and classes, thus allowing for enhanced job performance, as directed by the Executive Director


The statements contained in this job description reflect general details as necessary to describe the principal functions of this job, the level of knowledge and skill typically required and the scope of responsibility.  It should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. The Administrative Assistant may perform other duties as assigned, including work in other functional areas to cover absences or provide relief, to equalize peak work periods or otherwise to balance the workload.

Please send resume to:  rsherck@noblecountyedc.com