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🔥 Controller - Window Manufacturing

Associated Materials
3773 State Rd, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223, USA

Reporting up through the Manufacturing Finance Group, this position is responsible for the financial management of our 6 Window Manufacturing facilities located in Cuyahoga Falls, OH, Kinston, NC, Yuma AZ, Fife WA, Lambeth ON and Cedar Rapids, IA. Th... Read More

Reporting up through the Manufacturing Finance Group, this position is responsible for the financial management of our 6 Window Manufacturing facilities located in Cuyahoga Falls, OH, Kinston, NC, Yuma AZ, Fife WA, Lambeth ON and Cedar Rapids, IA. This position is based out of our Corporate Headquarters in Cuyahoga Falls, OH. It will require travel to the plant locations on an as needed basis. RESPONSIBILITIES: Month-end close activities including financial statements, variance analysis, and account reconciliations. Weekly/daily measurement of key performance indicators. Coordination and preparation of annual budget and weekly forecast. Maintain the plant’s internal controls program. Prepare ad hoc financial analysis support to the VP-Finance, plant managers and Windows VP. Responsible for accurate & timely recording of all costs to the general ledger. Be a key member of the Windows management team, driving improvement. Supervises 4 plant controllers & one analyst, as well as working directly with the Siding Division Controller. Analyze, (and assist in preparing as needed), plant capital investment requests. Responsible for maintaining fixed asset tagging system. Responsible for annual/quarterly inventory counts and weekly cycle count program. Maintain accurate coding of inventory transactions to the general ledger. Qualifications Bachelor degree in Accounting, CPA/MBA Plus 8-10 years progressive accounting experience, preferable in a manufacturing environment. Previous controller experience a plus

🔥 Benefits Administrator

United Staffing Associates
75 Thousand Oaks Blvd e, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360, USA

Great growth opportunity! Benefits Specialist will also be the front line with communicating with varies hospitals. Requirements/ Responsibilities: Experience/knowledge of ERISA and Affordable Care Act compliance, and 1095 processing and review Have... Read More

Great growth opportunity! Benefits Specialist will also be the front line with communicating with varies hospitals. Requirements/ Responsibilities: Experience/knowledge of ERISA and Affordable Care Act compliance, and 1095 processing and review Have experience/exposure with 401K – annual audit and census reconciliation Experience with Medical Plans, including HSA, reviewing and explaining them to employees. Exposure to ADA, FMLA and various State paid and unpaid leaves of absence Enter information into the Payroll system and work closely with managers to audit and enter missing/incorrect payroll and HR information Proficient with Outlook Office Email, Word, PowerPoint, and Advanced Excel Ideally 2+ years’ working with Benefits Call TODAY at 805-370-2292 or send your resume for IMMEDIATE consideration. Job Type: Full-time Salary: $25.00 to $29.00 /hour

US Jobs

US jobs can be hard to get from outside of the country. Getting a US work Visa is hard to do without a job in America. It's hard to get jobs in the United States without a US work Visa. Sounds impossible, right?

Not to fear: us.jobs is here! Knowing how to start looking for US jobs is half the battle. So we've collected advice on where to start your path to getting USA jobs.

Look into what US jobs you want

Before anything else, you should learn about jobs in the United States you might be able to get. Search for the US jobs or job skills you're interested in on us.jobs to start. Get to know what the jobs are like, and what their pay might be like.

Understanding US jobs and salaries is important for a couple of reasons. One, you'll know what jobs have the most openings in different companies. Two, you'll have a head start on writing about yourself in resumes and cover letters. (More on that, below.)

Write your resume (for US jobs)

Having a good resume, or CV (curriculum vitae), is important for any jobs in the United States. When looking at US jobs, you'll need to format your resume the way US employers expect. America and its businesses want to find employees who know the culture and will try extra hard. This usually means listing your education, work history, and accomplishments in one page.

There are plenty of specifics to how these should be formatted. We've talked about this in other articles, so be sure to check those articles out. When looking for jobs in the United States, you should use an American English spellcheck if possible. If you are handwriting your resume, make sure to use clear, simple writing, such as block letters.

Don't underestimate your own accomplishments. Think of a couple important thing's you've achieved, at work or anywhere else. Then, think about which show how good of an employee you'd be. Pick 2 or 3 of your best accomplishments and write them in one sentence on your resume. Having numbers or data helps show exactly what you did. (For instance, maybe you work in sales, and once sold over 100% of what you were expected to sell-- for instance, 110%. Write the exact percentage!)

Write your cover letter with US jobs employers in mind

Many jobs will ask for a cover letter to introduce yourself. On one page, you will explain who you are as an employee. You'll elaborate on important things in your resume. And you'll explain why you think you're a good fit for a company.

Be clear and concise. You are not introducing yourself to a friend; you are advertising yourself to an employer. So explain why you're a good fit for USA jobs.

But try to show a little personality, too. Seem confident and able to learn quickly. Even though you are trying to sound professional, try to write sentences in your own voice. You want your personality to be noticeable from your cover letter. You want to make an employer curious about you.

And remember: Speak confidently about yourself, but don't lie about what you have done or can do. Employers will quickly learn if you have no idea what you're talking about.

 

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Look for US jobs in specific cities

You don't have to know where in the US you'd like to work to start your research. However, it can help to know where specifically you'd like to work. You can talk about why you chose a place in your resume, cover letter, and interviews!

You may want to look for cities where you can afford housing and living costs, such as water bills and food costs. Places with many job opportunities are always a good idea. And make sure the place is right for you. Consider weather, culture, religious locations, schools, and other things. Some jobs are better for certain cities: High-skill and high-paying jobs like engineering are great for expensive coastal cities. Nursing and education can work anywhere, including the middle of America.

Also, definitely consider cities where you know people or have family. Being able to reference people in the US on your resume is a good thing. It shows employers you will be able to transition easily.

Look into a US work Visa and Green Cards before seeking US jobs

This is the biggest challenge for most people seeking US jobs overseas (or even from Canada or Mexico). Any permit to hold jobs in the United States is going to take a while to hear back about, whether or not you get it. Sometimes, you can find a company that wants to sponsor you, so you'll have the job before the US work Visa. Other times, a company will want you to already have permission to work USA jobs, so that they have an easier time hiring you.

Some common US work Visas for US jobs:

  • Australians (E3 Visa) - This is an option for Australians who hold specialist jobs in the US. 
  • Canadians and Mexicans (TN Visa) - Only these countries may apply to this Visa.
  • Employment-based Preference Visa) - This is the visa used by employers who have already hired someone. You shouldn't count on getting this, but it's one possibility.
  • Entrepeneurs (L1, E, and L2 Visa) - The L1 and E Visa allow someone to start a new business in the USA. You'll have to look into both to see which is for you. You can get an L2 Visa by investing in a US company, but this visa cannot lead to a Green Card. 
  • Intracompany Transferees (L1 Visa) - This is how people working for a company which has US branches can transfer to a US branch. This is only for specialists and management.
  • Specialty Workers (H1B Visa) - This is how specialists get sponsored to work in the US by a company. 
  • Student Visa - This is available to anyone attending school in the US, but requires you to be accepted into a US school and be able to pay for it (or get scholarships). You will have to still get a US work Visa, but you'll be able to say you already reside in the US.
  • Temporary Skilled or Unskilled Workers (H2B Visa) - If a job is temporary, this is the Visa you would use. It's not a permanent solution, but it's a foot in the door.
  • Green Card - This is US citizenship. You probably won't get this before a US work Visa, unless you qualify for a special case.
     

Consider working US jobs from where you live (to start)

See if you can work for an international company from where you live. If possible, try to work for the company as a consultant. Maybe work for an international company in a local branch.

Once you're working for a company, look into what options exist for international employees to transfer. After 6 months or more of establishing yourself, start pursuing these options.

Start looking for US jobs!

No matter how you look at it, finding US jobs can be tough. But the good news is that US jobs growth has been increasing. There are plenty of companies trying to find employees in the US and internationally.

The next step is to do your own research. And as we said above, you can start your research right here! Just use us.jobs to look for the kinds of jobs you'd want, and you'll be on your way!

🔥 Accounts Payable

United Staffing Associates
75 Thousand Oaks Blvd e, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360, USA

Great growth opportunity with a great company! Accounts Payable position located in the city of Oxnard. Pay is dependence on experience. Responsibilities/Requirements: Minimum of 2 years Accounts Payable experience with proficient skills in ... Read More

Great growth opportunity with a great company! Accounts Payable position located in the city of Oxnard. Pay is dependence on experience. Responsibilities/Requirements: Minimum of 2 years Accounts Payable experience with proficient skills in QuickBooks and Excel. Work closely with management and customers Accounts Payable Processing, Accounts Receivable Invoicing, fax and mail invoices to customers. Prior Construction experienced is a plus! Please send your resume or call us today at 805-370-22992 for immediate consideration! Job Type: Full-time

🔥 Customer Service Representative

United Staffing Associates
75 Thousand Oaks Blvd e, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360, USA

Are you looking for an opportunity to stay and grow within an amazing company? We are looking for someone to join a remarkable team in the Agoura and Westlake area. Pay is 15+ DOE. Will schedule follow up or wellness visits with a Veterinary clinic. ... Read More

Are you looking for an opportunity to stay and grow within an amazing company? We are looking for someone to join a remarkable team in the Agoura and Westlake area. Pay is 15+ DOE. Will schedule follow up or wellness visits with a Veterinary clinic. Requirements: -Call center OR Veterinary experience helpful. -35 wpm typing skills -Familiar with medical terminology preferred -Good phone etiquette. -Strong sense of teamwork Please send us your resume for immediate consideration or call 805-370-2292 to learn more! Job Type: Full-time Salary: $15.00 to $17.00 /hour

🔥 RCI Mechanic

United Staffing Associates
75 Thousand Oaks Blvd e, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360, USA

The Rapid Continuous Improvement (RCI) Mechanic plays a major role in our clients production and team! They use creativity and innovation to develop assembly and filling processes for prototypes and unit tooled packages. Pay is $18+ DOE.... Read More

The Rapid Continuous Improvement (RCI) Mechanic plays a major role in our clients production and team! They use creativity and innovation to develop assembly and filling processes for prototypes and unit tooled packages. Pay is $18+ DOE. Responsibilities: Design and Build Develop and manage project plans Supervise and coordinate technicians and mechanics in the timely completion of products. Work with management to develop equipment improvements Perform troubleshooting and repair of existing assembly equipment. Install, replace motors, pneumatic (air) cylinders, solenoid valves and timing circuits and controls as needed. Qualifications 1-2 years in developing assembly equipment PLC Programming or Electrical experience a plus Auto CAD experience required Send your resume or call 805-370-2292 for immediate consideration! Job Type: Full-time Salary: $18.00 to $25.00 /hour