Harrison Steel has an opening for a clerk to assist with various computer-related tasks, such as data-entry and assisting in process document creation. The core finishing process involves sanding, painting, assembling, and gluing cores to prepare them to be placed into the molds that will create steel castings. Duties include:
- General clerical and data entry
- Takes production photos to include in process sheets
- Assembles and creates process documentsand monitors revisions
- Researching, troubleshooting, and answering questions related to our internal systems and documents
- Various other related tasks as assigned
Qualifications and Skills
- Independently motivated andprioritizes and checks own work
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite
- Demonstrates accuracy, thoroughness, and attention to detail
- Works safely and observes all safety procedures
- High school diploma or GED required
The employee regularly work near moving mechanical parts; fumes or airborne particles; toxic or caustic chemicals and vibration. Also exposure to outdoor weather conditions, non-weather related extreme cold, water and humidity, and the risk of electrical shock. The employee occasionally works in high, precarious places. The usual noise level is very loud. Mustoccasionally lift and/or move up to 70 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
About Harrison Steel:
Harrison Steel is a family owned company that engineers and manufactures castings of 350 to 12,500 pounds, net casting weight, for businesses in industries such as agriculture, mining, and oil and gas. The benefits of working at Harrison Steel include 401k and profit sharing, full health, vision and dental plans available, vacation, career opportunities to move into other departments and supervisory roles, and the WeCare Clinic, available to employees and family members for a variety of medical visits with no out-of-pocket costs. HS is located in Attica, Indiana, where it was founded in 1906 by J.W. Harrison, as the National Car Coupler Company. Attica is a rural city surrounded by traditional Midwest farmland that about 3,200 residents call home. The foundry is a 40-minute drive from Lafayette, Indiana or Danville, Illinois, and 1.5 hours from Indianapolis.