Genesis Alkali, LLC

  • Production Clerk

    Job Locations US-WY-Green River
    Job ID
  • Overview

    Genesis Alkali is the world’s largest natural soda ash mine and production site, offering a secure, reliable and diverse range of high-quality product choices. Alkali mines and processes trona ore and manufactures soda ash that is used in the production of glass, detergents, chemical manufacturing, pulp and paper production, and water treatment. It also produces sodium bicarbonate and other chemical compounds used in common industrial, agricultural, and household applications. Our main Alkali operations are in Green River, Wyoming, home of the world's largest trona ore deposit, with a corporate office in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

    Genesis Alkali, LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Genesis Energy, L.P., (NYSE: GEL). Genesis Energy is a growth-oriented master limited partnership headquartered in Houston, Texas.  Through four divisions: offshore pipeline transportation, sodium minerals and sulfur services, marine transportation and onshore facilities and transportation, we provide an integrated suite of services to refineries, oil producers, and industrial and commercial enterprises. For more information visit or


    Why Join Genesis Alkali?

    • Highly competitive salary commensurate with experience
    • Medical, Dental, Life & Disability Insurance, Vision, Flexible Spending (Medical and Dependent Care) and Health Savings Accounts, and Pre-paid Legal, beginning first day of employment; company funds a portion of HSA
    • 401(k) Savings and Investment Plan – Company makes Safe Harbor matching contributions (fully vested) of 100% up to the first 5% of eligible pay you contribute; additionally, Company makes discretionary contributions (three year vesting) of 5% of eligible pay, for a total of 10% Company contributions
    • Tuition reimbursement program covering 100% of approved courses based on academic performance
    • Subsidized busing from Green River, Rock Springs, and the Bridger Valley


    Posting Title: Production Clerk

    Location: Green River, WY

    Pay Grade: 6

    Position Summary: The Productions Clerk is a highly energetic administrative position, that spends time both in the office and in the field maintaining inventory between multiple production plant(s). The successful candidate is adaptive and willing to not only build upon previous experience, but also learn new skill-sets to succeed in this role!


    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Production reports for responsible areas
    • Administrative business processes
    • Audit Support roles
    • Technical Writing for Regulated Areas (SOPs, Isolations, etc.)
    • Departmental record keeping
    • Maintenance of chemicals and additives inventory
    • Maintenance of office and safety supply inventory
    • Balancing of production / inventory in SAP
    • Inventory Control / Batch Counts / Traceability / FG Cycle Counts
    • Month end / Quarter / Annual Closing


    • Generate production reports, allocates usage to areas
    • Order / receive / balance energy / chemicals and additives for area
    • Support Sesqui’s Safety Leadership Team
    • Provide clerical support of staff positions across the Commodities organization
    • Provide administrative support for business processes
    • KPI Coordination for Bicarb
    • Support ISO 9000, FSSC2200, and FDA Requirements
    • Coordinate office equipment maintenance
    • MRO Coordinator, Requisition Writing
    • Payroll Coordinator


    Required Skills and Experience:

    • High School Diploma or equivalent (such as the GED) from an accredited educational institution
    • General Office Skills

    Preferred Skills and Experience:

    • SAP skills
    • Intermediate Microsoft Office, especially Excel


    Genesis Alkali is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on race, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or citizenship.



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