Job ID: 477323 Oldcastle APG, a CRH company, is a leading global supplier of building and landscaping products. (Equivalent combinations of education and/or experience will be considered) Preferred Skills: Experience with Ultipro Experience with Kronos timekeeping system Experience with Microsoft Word and Excel What CRH Offers You Highly competitive base pay Comprehensive medical, dental and disability benefits programs Group retirement savings program Health and wellness programs A culture that values opportunity for growth, development, and internal promotion About CRH CRH has a long and proud heritage.
Support the smooth on-boarding of newly acquired entities to ensure compliance with CRH Internal Control principles and SOX compliance. CRH's Americas Materials, a division of CRH, is the leading vertically integrated supplier of aggregates, asphalt, ready mixed concrete and paving and construction services in North America.Apply NowUpdated 26 days ago
Work with the Immigration Specialist in the CRH Global Mobility team and the CRH Americas Legal team on immigration-related filings. Job Summary CRH Americas, Inc., is seeking a Global Mobility Manager to coordinate inbound/outbound expatriate assignments with the HR leaders of our four business segments, CRH’s corporate Global Mobility team and our corporate tax and legal departments.
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