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Administrative Assistant
BiomericsAthens, TX
IQMS Manufacturing ERP or other ERP System knowledge a plus
Full-time
Cloud Financials Solution Architect - Government - East Coast (Work from Home / WFH (Thompsons Station)
AlightTennessee Colony, TX
or as a Financial Consultant/Solution Architect on ERP Implementations on Workday, SAP, Oracle, PeopleSoft, Ultimate Software, ADP, Ceridian or similar Financials systems.
Work from home
jobsearcher.com/articlesWhat Are The Responsibilities Of A Mechanical Drafter?
These drawings contain information on how to build a structure or machine, the dimensions of the project, and what materials are needed to produce the project.
mechanical Drafter Are you looking for a chance to work in a fast-paced and challenging environment that will utilize your creative abilities and CAD skills?
Interim Cfo / Director of Finance
TatumAthens, TX
Strong hands-on ERP background with system implementation experience
General Accountant Manufacturing
Brelsford PersonnelAthens, TX
Ideally at least three years of general accounting or staff accounting background using ERP Software such as SAP, Oracle, NetSuite or similar

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