TWB Company is North America's market leader for tailor welded products with locations in Kentucky, Michigan, Tennessee, Ontario and Mexico. Formed in 1992, TWB is a joint venture of Worthington Industries and Wuhan Iron and Steel Company. The company developed the tailor welded blank market in North America and is the leading manufacturer of tailor welded products in the NAFTA region supporting JIT production and services to the automotive industry. The company's technologies are helping automotive companies produce stronger, lighter vehicles.
multiple shipping locations.
- Analyzes and processes transactions in all accounting areas.
- Match shipping documents to customer invoices.
- Research and correct any invoices issued without a shipping document.
REQUIRED SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS:
- Associate Degree in related discipline or equivalent experience required.
- 3 years of accounts receivable experience.
- Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word.
- Must be able to effectively communicate with personnel at all levels.
- Must be physically able to freely access all areas of the plant and grounds that relate to this position.
TWB is considered an Employer of Choice operating under a long-standing philosophy rooted in the Golden Rule. TWB and its subsidiaries, are an equal employment opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered regardless of race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, disability or veteran's status.
About Worthington Industries, Inc
Worthington Industries, Inc. (Worthington), is a diversified metal processing company, focused on steel processing and manufactured metal products, such as metal framing, pressure cylinders, automotive past- and current-model year service stampings, and through joint ventures, metal ceiling grid systems and laser-welded blanks. The Company operates in three business segments: Steel Processing, Metal Framing and Pressure Cylinders. The Steel Processing business segment consists of the Worthington Steel business unit (Worthington Steel). The Metal Framing business segment consists of the Dietrich Metal Framing business unit (Dietrich). The Pressure Cylinders business segment consists of the Worthington Cylinder business unit (Worthington Cylinders). At May 31, 2009, the Company had 41 manufacturing facilities globally and held equity positions in six joint ventures, which operated an additional 19 manufacturing facilities globally.