Accounting at Kinze


Innovative products. Big orders. Global markets. Accounting keeps the financial functions at Kinze in order as the company designs, builds and markets some of the best planters and grain carts in the world.


As a part of the accounting team, you will collaborate with senior management and contribute in a number of key areas, such as general accounting, insurance, corporate treasury and asset control, as well as other vital areas that keep Kinze financially stable as it creates the next big innovation and increases its market share worldwide. 


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Randy L. Dunst, director of finance

Randy Dunst joined Kinze in 2014 and is Director of Finance, responsible for all global finance related functions, including risk management and export compliance. Prior to joining Kinze Randy held controllership/accounting positions with MAHLE Engine Components, Veyance Technologies, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Wausau Papers and Tenneco Packaging.  He has a B.B.A. in Accounting from the University of Wisconsin and is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt.



 

 

 

Sally Cronbaugh, lead Accounts Payable

"I have been very lucky to be able to watch this company grow in several ways. It was just a small "welding shop" in Ladora when I was growing up and now it is this innovative farm equipment manufacturer. After being hired here in 2000, I have marveled at the changes in the Kinze equipment and especially the new 4900 planter. Additionally, I love that I am able to interact with the people in every department of this company. Kinze has grown tremendously in the last five years, but I still feel like we are a "Kinze family" and that is important to me."





SALLY CRONBAUGH, ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

"I have been very lucky to be able to watch this company grow in several ways. It was just a small "welding shop" in Ladora when I was growing up and now it is this innovative farm equipment manufacturer. After being hired here in 2000, I have marveled at the changes in the Kinze equipment and especially the new 4900 planter. Additionally, I love that I am able to interact with the people in every department of this company. Kinze has grown tremendously in the last five years, but I still feel like we are a "Kinze family" and that is important to me."