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Archive for March, 2017

Welcome Joy Veatch, Assistant Controller

Joy Veatch, March 2017Gribbins Insulation welcomes Joy Veatch to the team.  She begins her work with us today, March 6, 2017, in the Evansville office as Assistant Controller.  Ms. Veatch comes to us with eleven years of construction bookkeeping experience. In 2010, she earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern Indiana in Business Administration with a minor in Accounting. Since 2015, she has been the Accounting Supervisor at Peyronnin Construction, a general contractor in Evansville that recently closed their doors. She is currently working towards the Certified Construction Industry Finance Professional (CCIFP) certification from the Construction Financial Management Association.
Joy’s role will be to assist Patrick Wahl, Secretary-Treasurer, in his duties, including tax, ACA, and union reporting; general ledger closing and reporting; job costing, budgeting, and forecasting; and supervising payroll management.
Welcome, Joy!

Open Position: Payroll Administrator

Gribbins Insulation is actively seeking a detail-oriented person to serve as Payroll Administrator at our headquarters in Evansville, IN.  The position will start in mid to late April to allow for training from a retiring employee.

 

UPDATE 3/29/17

Thank you to all who applied for the position.  The job posting is now closed on ZipRecruiter.

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