Clerical Jobs in Charleston, Illinois
Clarkson Grain Co Mattoon, 61938
Local grain facility seeking full-time Scalehouse / Office Supervisor. Responsible for greeting visitors, answering and directing incoming telephone calls, weighing trucks, grading grain, managing quality assurance, providing general clerical and administrative support. Must have excellent interpersonal and computer skills. Excellent attendance and punctuality required. Available to work additiona...
BOOKKEEPER (Accounting & Payroll) - Qualified candidates must possess a high school diploma, experience in computer operations and accounting preferred. Duties include but not limited to: payroll, accounts payable and receivable, human resource and clerical responsibilities. Please send letter of interest and resume with 3 recommendations to Dwight Stricklin, Superintendent, 310 S. Front Street, K...
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