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Executive Accounting Clerk

HERRICK STEEL   STOCKTON, CA   Full-time     Accounting
Posted on July 6, 2021

Executive Accounting Clerk

The Herrick Corporation, a leading structural steel fabricator/erector, has an immediate opening for an Executive Accounting Clerk.    This position provides accounting, secretarial and clerical support for the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and other senior managers.  Candidate must have a strong accounting background including PR and employee-benefits support.   Candidate must be flexible and have excellent organizational, analytical, and communication skills, including proficiency in Excel and Word.  Excellent benefit package including health insurance and profit sharing plan.   EOE   M/F           Email resume to luzc@herricksteel.com

Apply in person or send resume to: 

HERRICK CORP

                                                                 3003 E. HAMMER LANE

                                                                 PO BOX 8429

  STOCKTON, CA. 95208

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EOE
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