Solid accounting, computer & systems skills (Crystal, Access, Banner, SalesForce or FinancialForce a real plus), ability to prioritize and multitask, and be deadline and detail oriented. Degree in accounting or a related field, minimum of 4 years of accounting experience or equivalent combination of education and experience are necessary. Non-profit accounting or audit experience desired. Background checks will be required.
In our recent blogs posts, we’ve discussed the challenging manufacturing environment of increasing customization and, with that trend, the need for improved job training as work continues to get more varied, complex and is always changing. The last two posts identified initial steps to building an improved job training system. Today’s is about another critical… Read More
Pictured (center) is Dan Manetta, President of the PA Statewide Industrial Resource Center Network and Executive Director/CEO of the Innovative Manufacturers’ Center (IMC) with (left) PA State Rep. Bryan Cutler, PA Speaker of the House and (right) Bob Zaruta, President of the NWIRC – Northwest Industrial Resource Center. The three gathered in Harrisburg for recognition of #MFGDay20,… Read More
QorTek has recently earned the ISO9001:2015 and AS9100:2016 certifications, both held as international standards for quality management systems (QMS). The ISO9001:2015 and AS9100:2016 both provide a model for the quality of design and manufacturing. The scope of both of these certifications cover power amplifiers, power converters, digital control systems and smart material-based systems. The AS9100:2016… Read More
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2020 Mfg Summit: A Virtual Experience No Cost! No Cost! October 23, 2020 8:30 AM – 11:00 AM Greater Reader Chamber Alliance (GRCA) & Manufacturers Resource Center (MRC) have partnered with local Next Gen IP leadership + MRC manufacturing partners… READ MORE
Lessons learned from the coronavirus could prompt lasting change for the future of manufacturing Lehigh Valley Business, LVB.com By: Melinda Rizzo, Contributing Writer October 6, 2020 10:25 am “The key take away is to be prepared and to be flexible, as we… READ MORE
CALLING ALL PEOPLE WHO WANT TO COLLABORATE WITH OTHERS, CREATE NEW PRODUCTS, FIGURE OUT THE BEST WAY TO MAKE THEM, CONTINUALLY LEARN, AND BE WELL-REWARDED FOR IT. That’s what the fast-evolving world of manufacturing is looking like more and more each day and… WE WANT YOU! The Manufacturing Marketplace Fueled by today’s continual demand for… Read More
In our last article, we talked about step 1 in developing an effective training system. And how critical training has become, as products become, more customized and specialized causing jobs and tasks to become more complex and to continually change. Without effective training, unwanted variation, inconsistency, errors, reduced throughputs and other wastes are inevitable. Job… Read More