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Borman Stell, Human Resources Management Specialist
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Oklahoma City, OK 73111
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Oklahoma Department of Corrections
Unclassified Job Descriptor
OCI MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS COORDINATOR
Under the direction of the Administrator of OCI, positions in this job coordinate and
manage multiple manufacturing operations involving the production and provision of
goods and services.
• Prepares, implements and executes short, mid, and long-range strategic operations
plans to include budgeting & financial management, offender worker numbers,
product enhancements, right-sizing the operations and developing new products and
• Establishes and executes supply-chain and procurement controls and processes to
ensure effective and timely receipt of materials for production.
• Establishes and executes production controls and processes to ensure all customer
orders are tracked during production, scheduled for timely shipment, and properly
• Establishes and executes an effective and efficient transportation system for the
timely delivery of customer products.
• Establishes and maintains inventory controls to assure the right balance between
the value of inventory on hand and that necessary to meet production requirements
for customer orders.
• Establishes and maintains cost controls to ensure the most effective and efficient
processes are in place for the production of high quality products and services at
• Establishes and maintains sound working relationships and cooperative
arrangements with DOC facility staff, customer organizations and OCI private
partners. Maintains a business climate which attracts and retains a diverse staff of
highly motivated and efficient employees.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge and skill in problem solving and quality control policies and procedures, and
of lean manufacturing processes in multiple operations in the manufacturing industry; of
product demand and the life cycle of equipment production planning processes at
multiple plants; of production tool tracking, capacity verification, engineering change and tracking, technical information tracking, performance indicator dashboarding; of
generally accepted accounting principles, profit and loss statements, and of managing
an operations budget. Ability to work with limited supervision and to supervise multiple
managers and employees; to accept additional responsibilities and comply with all
department and correctional industry policies and procedures; to communicate
effectively both orally and in writing; and to develop and present detailed project plans
Statutorily Required: N/A
Bachelor’s Degree in business, engineering, management or a
closely related field, and five (5) years of management experience in a business
environment, in production of goods or services, accounting, engineering, or personnel
management, two years of which must have been in a supervisory capacity; or an
equivalent combination of education and experience.
Master’s Degree in business administration (MBA),
engineering, or a closely related field, and eight (8) years management experience as a
plant manager in a high volume manufacturing environment.
Note: Some positions may require extensive knowledge of information technology
hardware and software, including network management, hardware and software
maintenance, software development and telecommunications.
Job Code: 9735 DOC Pay Grade: 13 Statutory Reference: 74 O.S. § 840-5.5, A, 2 Effective Date: 1-1-2012