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Reading Rock is always looking for passionate people to join our team.  For questions regarding employment opportunities, please contact our Human Resources department at 800.482.6466.


    Responsible for processing billing, accounts receivable functions, these include but are not limited to:

    • Client collections, posting and processing of billing documents, preparing deposits and credit card processing, preparing invoices, statements and communication with clients on inquiries as well as any discrepancies.
    • Assist with approving and creating new customer accounts. This can include running credit checks on applicants, setting up terms for billing, and choosing a credit limit. And, also record new customer information in the company’s accounting system.
    • Match invoices to packing lists and purchase orders - paper or electronic.
    • Assign general ledger numbers to invoices and voucher invoices into the accounts payable system.
    • Facilitate payment of invoices due by sending bill reminders and contacting clients.
    • Process accounts and incoming payments in compliance with financial policies and procedures.
    • Assist with collection process by coordinating with and calling management and collection agencies as needed. Help answer questions customers have about their charges and help error-check the customer’s account data.
    • Perform day to day financial transactions, including verifying, classifying, computing, posting and recording accounts receivables’ data.
    • Prepare bills, invoices and bank deposits.
    • Reconcile the accounts receivable ledger to ensure that all payments are accounted for and properly posted.
    • Generate financial statements and reports detailing accounts receivable status.
    • Maintaining accounts receivable files and records.
    • Provide backup to other coordinators which requires cross training between associates and keeping up to date on changing procedures.
    • Rely on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job.
    • Produce monthly financial and management reports.

    To Apply: Applications accepted until position is filled. Email or Fax a Resume, cover letter and any letters of recommendation to Careers@readingrock.com or 513-326-2977.


    The manager of customer service is an important position at Reading Rock that is critical to overall company reputation and value.  The ability to work on cross functional teams and multitask during ever-changing daily routines are key Performance indicators.

    Responsibilities, but not limited to:
    • Team Leadership:  Lead by example and implement continuous improvement initiatives for team members of various departments both in personal and professional development.
    • Industry Awareness:  Stay abreast of the ever-changing construction industry, product developments, and market shifts to help properly position for sustained growth.
    • Customer Experience:  with internal and external partners, define the industry’s best customer experience and ensure compliance at all times. 
    • Business Intelligence:  Be a subject matter expert in RR software platforms, including but not limited to Sales Force and M2M.  Assist with the creation and management of new technology tools that improve speed and accuracy of information inside and outside the organization.
    • Conflict Management:  Professionally address and resolve matters affiliated with all key internal and external stakeholders for prompt and equitable solutions.
    • Ensure proper staffing between all locations to manage peak workflow challenges, including all regional RDC locations.
    • Manage project management team for key account relationships (large production builders) and order processing including but not limited to PO accuracy, scheduling, shipment, invoicing and VPO processes.
    • Budget Achievement:  Direct people, products, and processes within budget expectations by way of financial report reviews and team member metrics.
    • Ensure all CS department members are crossed trained between product divisions to adequately process orders within protocol.  This would also include various levels of understanding in the installation of those products.
    • Policy:  Develop and enforce written policies in accordance with the success factors of each business unit.
    • Operational Excellence:  Document, identify, and clearly communicate existing and new Best Management Practices related to the position.
    • Other position-related duties as needed & assigned.

    Requirements and Qualifications:
    • Organization Management and Leadership: Required.
    • Construction Industry: Minimum of five (5) years preferred.
    • Education: Business college degree from an accredited program preferred.
    • Customer Service experience in a leadership role.
    • Technology: ERP and Microsoft Office required.  CRM preferred.
    • Human Resources: people skills including performance management.

    Key Competencies:
    • Proactive, team-based philosophy toward client satisfaction.
    • Highly organized with effective time management skills.
    • High business acumen with excellent, oral, nonverbal, and written skills.
    • Critical and lean thinking and the entire supply chain.
    • Negotiating and Influencing at all levels of the enterprise.
    • Root Cause and Corrective Action methodologies.
    • Valid driver’s license and good driving record.
    • Ability to lift 50 lbs.

    To Apply: Applications accepted until position is filled. Email or Fax a Resume, cover letter and any letters of recommendation to Careers@readingrock.com or 513-326-2977.


    The Project Manager is responsible for all aspects of RockCast Projects.  Proactively managing the project process; interfacing with customers both internal and external.

    Duties and Responsibilities, but not limited to:
    • Comply with all company policies, procedures, performance standards in the operations department.
    • Accurately and promptly manage project data in RockCast ERP systems and maintain thorough tracking systems and accurate project files.
    • Primary point of contact for all project related communication needs.  This includes communication with sales staff, engineering, estimating, manufacturing, logistics, and accounting.
    • Facilitate and manage drawing requests, RFI’s, and detailed information with Technical Services, and proactively manage the drawing approval process.
    • Responsible for reviewing sales orders to ensure accuracy with pricing, scope of supply, as well as verification of customer purchase orders.
    • Aggressively identify aging inventory and close the loop on all outstanding orders.
    • Utilize opportunities to continuously gain market share for the division through efficient sample processing and customer service excellence.
    • Manage all relevant internal documentation including credits, billing changes, freight bills, etc., according to RockCast procedures; assist with expediting receivables and minimize expense costs associated with collections

    Requirements and Qualifications:
    The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, and quality-driven with the following skill set:
    • Computer skills including Word, Excel, MS Project or other project scheduling software
    • ERP Experience
    • Attention to detail and ability to handle multiple demands concurrently
    • Ability to read and understand architectural plan sets
    • Good communication skills written and verbal
    • Minimum of a 2-year degree or equivalent work experience in related field
    • Prior Project Management experience

    To Apply: Applications accepted until position is filled. Email or Fax a Resume, cover letter and any letters of recommendation to Careers@readingrock.com or 513-326-2977.


    We are seeking an Information Systems Business Analyst to join us and take ownership of gathering requirements, building, testing, and deploying software solutions and features using Made to Manage ERP and related applications to deliver business benefits to our teams. We are looking for an analytical thinker who will serve as the primary liaison and point of contact between the development teams and the assigned functional business areas. You would provide cost effective business systems and applications analysis in support of the development and implementation of business applications. You would include evaluation, analysis, documentation of requirements, translation into proper system requirement specifications and configuration. You would formulate and define systems scope and objectives based on both end-user needs and a thorough understanding of business systems, applications and industry requirements. You would evaluate and translate end user needs and problems to technical associates and/or vendors where appropriate. You would understand the business implications of technical solutions and assists in defining and documenting the technology solutions to support any future business needs. You would teach end users new technology and enhancements using all appropriate training and communication tools as well as providing support for existing system.

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Collaborate to perform data and process analyses required
    • Procure buy in from stakeholders
    • Define requirements and provide simplified explanations
    • Synthesize data and feedback from users, clients, and management
    • Contribute to short and long-term goal setting
    • Develop action plans and aide in accountability
    • Collaborate regularly with various teams, including market analytics
    • Design, develop and utilize dashboards effectively
    • Develop, analyze, and modify processes, data structures, and models
    • Interact with clients to evaluate products and performance
    • Maintain objectivity at all times to ensure processes and products are relevant
    • Make data-driven decisions and recommendations
    • Articulately and concisely explain the implications of complex data

    Requirements and Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field required
    • Minimum of 3 years’ experience working in system redesign or relevant field
    • Accounting, inventory, profitability and costing systems knowledge implementation experience preferred
    • Solid computer skills, including Microsoft Office, databases, web-based applications, visual analytical tools preferred
    • Significant work experience with project methodology to deliver requirements and benefits
    • Keen eye for details and aptitude for working with data
    • Highly accurate and thorough in all tasks
    • Exceptional organizational and presentation skills
    • Highly organized and able to prioritize tasks
    • Outstanding written, verbal, and interpersonal skills
    • Strong problem solving skills and an analytical mind
    • Proven experience as a collaborative team player
    • Able to thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment

    To Apply: Applications accepted until position is filled. Email or Fax a Resume, cover letter and any letters of recommendation to Careers@readingrock.com or 513-326-2977.


    We are seeking an Information Systems Manager to join us and lead planning, organization, and execution of all information systems within the organization. You will establish and execute business strategies to achieve short and long-term revenue and profitability objectives in a high growth and very dynamic environment. You will lead our Made 2 Manage ERP upgrade and will take ownership of gathering requirements, building, testing, and deploying software solutions and features that deliver significant benefits to our teams. You will establish project management methods to ensure on-time, on budget and as-designed systems go live effectively. You will direct small IS team and outsource providers to carry out support and maintenance of existing applications and development of new technical solutions.

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Analyze business needs presented by users and recommend technical solutions with completion timeline
    • Manage ERP upgrade to deliver benefits and help scale business operations for existing and new businesses
    • Act as liaison with ERP supplier, interface between users and software support
    • Communicate ERP updates changes to users
    • Maintain organization’s effectiveness and efficiency by defining, delivering, and supporting strategic plans
    • Direct research in emerging technology by studying organization goals, strategies, practices, and user projects
    • Produce detailed timelines and implement effective project control for each software release
    • Verify application results by conducting system audits of technologies implemented
    • Preserve assets by implementing disaster recovery, backup procedures, information security and control structures
    • Recommend information technology strategies, policies, and procedures by evaluating organization outcomes, identifying problems, and anticipating organizational requirements
    • Accomplish financial objectives by forecasting requirements, preparing an annual budget, scheduling expenditures, analyzing variances, and initiating corrective action
    • Load appropriate software packages such as operating systems
    • Manage analyst who administers email and anti-virus systems
    • Troubleshoot and resolve user issues relative to all corporate software in a timely manner
    • Participate in all hardware and software evaluations and maintains vendor contracts
    • Maintain quality service by establishing and enforcing organization standards

    Requirements and Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required/ Advanced degree preferred
    • Minimum of 10 years related experience in progressively responsible IS/IT roles, with a minimum of 3+ years proven success leading an IS department/team
    • Experience with implementing manufacturing ERP and costing systems preferred
    • Experience working and thinking creatively in a fast-paced environment with changing priorities and demanding deadlines
    • Ability to manage multiple tasks to completion at the same time
    • Proven leadership in mentoring and developing IS/IT/BI staff

    To Apply: Applications accepted until position is filled. Email or Fax a Resume, cover letter and any letters of recommendation to Careers@readingrock.com or 513-326-2977.


    The Production Supervisor position is a leader in the production department at Reading Rock. The supervisor is responsible for meeting our Safety, Quality, Productivity, Development, Growth and Profitability goals.

    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
    • Ensure compliance to all SOPs through observation, audit and record review
    • Deliver Monthly safety messages to all employees
    • Promote facility organization and housekeeping with all employees
    • Understand Cast Stone Institute (CSI Guidelines) and other regulatory requirements, participate in audits as needed
    • Ensures work is being executed per Quality and process requirements to yield conforming, low rework product; if product is non-conforming, contains material and notifies
    team for disposition
    • Organize workspace according to 5S elements and principles
    • Execute delivery of daily schedule; note any downtime or quality issues restricting output
    • Oversee compliance to schedule and monitor/track rework processing to understand impact to standard
    • Be able to lead, delegate and assess employee responsibilities
    • Monitor and escalate labor requirements to deliver business requirements
    • Manage day-to-day labor needs and supplements with overtime as required; monitors overtime levels to deliver production needs
    • Contact maintenance for concerns with machinery and equipment
    • Conduct monthly touch points of each employee; Facilitates bi-annual performance review with each employee, develop career plans as necessary; Provide consistency to employee policy, procedures and expectations; Communicate daily, weekly, monthly, annual goals and objectives; Coach employees on performance and/or improvement opportunities; Adheres to progressive discipline process when actions are warranted
    • Participate and facilitate product innovation and process development opportunities
    • Develop training plans for all associates to create a robust cross-trained, flexible work team
    • Participate and provide recommendations on employment decisions
    • Conduct weekly continuous improvement audits focused on Safety, Quality, Process and 5S; Documents findings and takes action to resolve; Identifies areas of waste and/or improvement for processing to drive increased productivity, leads project to implement desired solution
    • Delivers to customer needs, either internal or external. Communicates updates/status to customer as needed; Drives organization to meet/exceed customer needs/expectations; Prepares, leads and participates in customer visits/tours
    • Record transactions in a timely fashion to ensure accurate job status
    • Update, communicate and publish status to daily/weekly/monthly metrics as required
    • Assist in other areas or on projects as needed

    Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSAs):
    • High school diploma or equivalent required.  Commensurate work experience will be considered
    • 2-year degree, technical certificate preferred
    • Must have, or be able to obtain, a valid operator license for forklift, skid steer, front loader, and crane
    • Good verbal and written communication skills; ability to follow written and oral instruction.
    • Bilingual abilities preferred
    • Basic math and organizational skills
    • Ability to read blueprints and/or production details
    • Basic computer knowledge, including use of email and Microsoft Office
    • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds
    • Must be able to climb up and down from equipment in accordance with safety regulations
    • Ability to sit and operate a forklift, work in outdoor conditions, varying temperatures
    • Ability to bend, stoop, and lift frequently; possess good hand/eye coordination
    • Believe in and exemplify passion and commitment to the company, its mission, core values, 4P pyramid and focus on the five.

      NOTE:  No relocation assistance is available for this position.

    To Apply: Applications accepted until position is filled. Email or Fax a Resume, cover letter and any letters of recommendation to Careers@readingrock.com or 513-326-2977.


    Description: Safely create molds for custom RockCast units while assuring that mold specifications, special instructions, and schedule all satisfy customer requirements

    • Ability to understand and read shop drawings.
    • Ability to use basic hand tools while setting up and using table saws and other various shop tools.
    • Working with production with assisting in mold set-up.
    • May need to perform finishing operations on molds to include painting.
    • Ability to lift up-to 75lbs.
    • All other duties as assigned.
    • Ability to work across all levels of the organization.

    Required job skills and qualifications:
    • 0-3 years’ experience in a wood shop or carpentry trade.
    • Understanding of necessary mathematics including fractions.
    • No restrictions on wearing a respirator if necessary.
    • Knowledge of 5S and other continuous improvement functions.
    • Strong understanding of safety standards within a woodshop.

    Work Schedule: 12 noon to 8:00 pm Monday-Friday

    To Apply: Applications accepted until position is filled. Email or Fax a Resume, cover letter and any letters of recommendation to Careers@readingrock.com or 513-326-2977.


    · Maintain company vehicle and other related tooling
    · Safe operation of power tools
    · Install products in new construction sites and retail homes to manufacturers’ specifications and building codes
    · Interact and communicate with customers and homeowners during installation and/or service
    · Load and unload truck
    · Frame walls for fireplace installation, when applicable
    · Measure and install sheet metal chase cap
    · Install pipe, wood and metal
    · Adhere to company safety policies

    The ideal candidate will be self-motivated and quality-driven with the following skill set:
    · Demonstrated commitment to superior internal and external customer service
    · Good communication skills in English
    · Ability to safely and properly operate power tools (i.e., power saws, drills, gas/electric meters)
    · Valid driver’s license
    · Good driving record
    · Forklift license or the ability to obtain forklift license preferred
    · Ability to safely and properly lift up to 60 pounds regularly
    · Ability to climb ladders, bend frequently
    · High school graduate or equivalent

    Preferred skills, but not required:
    · Basic electrical knowledge
    · Experience in framing
    · Experience with sheet metal and wood
    · Experience using measuring tape, cutting, installing wood, metal
    · Experience running pipe

    To Apply: Applications accepted until position is filled. Email or Fax a Resume, cover letter and any letters of recommendation to Careers@readingrock.com or 513-326-2977.


    FORKLIFT OPERATOR responsible for loading product in a safe, accurate, and timely manner, assuring on-time and accurate customer deliveries.

    • Operate powered lift truck
    • Pull and load orders from loading list timely timely and accurately
    • Interact with customers in a professional, courteous and helpful manner
    • Identify and report mislabeled, poor quality and damaged product
    • Follow safety work practices

    The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, and quality-driven with the following skill set:
    • Forklift certification, or the ability to obtain certification
    • Ability to properly lift up to 75 lbs. repeatedly
    • Follow written and oral instructions
    • Ability to sit for long periods of time in a forklift
    • Work in outdoor environment in varying temperatures
    • Work well with others as part of a team
    • Basic math skills
    • High school diploma or equivalent

    To Apply: Applications accepted until position is filled. Email a resume, cover letter and any letters of recommendation to careers@readingrock.com, or fax to 513-326-2977.