Construction Hiring Jobs in Lawton, Oklahoma
Seeking strong cost accounting experience in manufacturing environment. Should have experience with: * Averaging Cost Set-up and Standard Cost Set-up * Analysis of production costs of durable goods, including commodity pricing, labor costs, inventory control and production work order control * Variance reporting Requires 3-5 years experience, plus 4-year Accounting Degree. Enjoy all the perks of a...
Seeking strong cost accounting experience in manufacturing environment. Should have experience with: * Averaging Cost Set-up and Standard Cost Set-up * Analysis of production costs of durable goods, including commodity pricing, labor costs, inventory control and production work order control * Variance reporting Enjoy all the perks of a large company with the camraderie and family feel of a small...
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