Administrative Jobs in Lake Charles, Louisiana
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Knowledge of PBH, Consignment, Rentals, Exchanges, Aircraft and Customer Contract Agreements; Ensure that all cores received into the LCH-RTV warehouse are turned around within 72-hours are shipped to vendor; Generate Core and/or warranty claims using supplier “Return Material Request RMA)” form, and Ramco Stock Management return Issue to process claims for internal us...
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsible for performing administrative duties for the Human Resources Department; Interact professionally and effectively to provide information, respond to inquiries and resolve issues; Assists in development and implementation of personnel policies and procedures; prepares and maintains employee handbook and policies and procedures manual; Assist recruitment effor...
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