Skip to content
Jobs.OK.gov

BEP Operations Coordinator

Recruitment #190510-UNCE-236

Introduction

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Resumes will be accepted and must include educational and work background.  Packet should include a listing of places of employment, beginning/ending dates of employment, and description of duties performed, college transcripts and complete references. A cover letter accompanying the packet should include a telephone number where you can be reached during office hours, your mailing address, e-mail address, and the announcement number and position for which you are applying.
 
 Send Resume and Cover letter to:
 Department of Rehabilitation Services
 Attn:  Human Resources Unit
 3535 NW 58th Street, Suite 500
 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73112
 Fax: (405) 951-3543

If you have questions regarding this position or the application process, contact Melissa Atkinson at (405) 951-3468.

An Equal Opportunity Employer
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Location: VS #33 – Business Enterprise Program-OKC
THIS IS A RE-ANNOUNCEMENT OF #19-071. PREVIOUS APPLICANTS MUST RE-APPLY TO BE CONSIDERED.

Essential Functions: 
Directly oversees staff and operations of the Oklahoma Business Enterprise Program which is the Randolph-Sheppard Act Licensed Manager program; coordinates contracts with Licensed Managers in compliance with Federal/State/Program laws and policy; manages financial reporting of the Licensed Manager insurance funds and set-aside; provides supervision and personnel management of BEP staff and provides daily leadership of the BEP program through compliance with state/federal/program policy; oversees the management of the vending machine maintenance program; manages purchase of all BEP equipment and program inventory; develops, monitors and oversees BEP budgets, purchases, contracts and expenditures in compliance with agency, state and federal laws, regulations and guidelines; develops and maintains working relationships with all relevant personnel at the state and federal level, as well as the Elected Committee of Licensed Managers and all BEP associated building grantors and hosts.

Preference may be given to applicants with experience in the Randolph-Sheppard Program of blindness related issues.

Must be willing to perform all job related travel.

Background Check: 
The Department of Rehabilitation Services will conduct a criminal background check on new hires as part of an offer of employment that is made contingent upon a successful criminal background check.

Preferred Education and Experience
Business degree, small business ownership or management with a proven track record in business operation and/or ownership or a proven track record in operating a Randolph-Shepard program.

Salary:
Salary commensurate with education and experience with a monthly salary range from $5,729 to $6,562.50 per month or $68,750.00 - $78,750.00 Annual.

Cost of Living Calculator: 
https://www.bankrate.com/calculators/savings/moving-cost-of-living-calculator.aspx

Things to do in Oklahomahttps://www.travelok.com/things-to-do

Chamber of Commerce OKChttps://www.okcchamber.com/index.php

Visit OKC:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrErquqkUVA

Discover OKChttps://www.visitokc.com/

Discover Oklahomahttp://www.discoveroklahomatv.com/

State of Oklahoma Websitehttps://www.ok.gov/

State of Oklahoma Employee Benefits Fact Sheet – Plan Year 2019

Total benefits average 25 - 30% of base salary

Employee Leave Benefits
• Accrual begins immediately upon employment. 

Accrual schedule:
Years of Service     Annual Leave Yearly Accrual          Sick Leave Yearly Accrual
 <5 Years                  15 days                                                15 days
 5-10 Years               18 days                                                15 days
 10-20 Years             20 days                                                15 days          
 >20 Years                25 days                                                15 days          

Employee Retirement Benefit

Pathfinder
A Defined Contribution Plan administered by OPERS

Pathfinder is the mandatory defined contribution plan for eligible state employees who first become employed by a participating employer on or after November 1, 2015, and have no prior participation in OPERS.

Under this plan, members will choose a contribution rate which will be matched by their employer up to 7%, and members have the freedom to select and change their investments.

A defined contribution plan like Pathfinder does not provide a guaranteed, lifetime source of income. The amount a participant has at retirement under a defined contribution plan is dependent upon how much was contributed over his/her career, how well those investments performed, and how quickly distributions are taken in retirement.

Pathfinder is a defined contribution retirement savings program composed of a 401(a) plan for mandatory contributions and a 457(b) plan for additional voluntary contributions. Your mandatory 401(a) plan contribution is 4.5% of your annual salary, and your employer helps put you on a positive path to retirement by contributing an additional 6%. In addition, you can receive another 1% employer matching contribution when you make a voluntary contribution of 2.5% to the 457(b) plan.

See http://www.okpathfinder.com/  for additional information.

Employee Longevity Benefit
To be eligible for longevity, you must have two (2) years of continuous service.

Years of Service Annual Longevity Payment
At least 2 years but less than 4 years $250.00
At least 4 years but less than 6 years $426.00
At least 6 years but less than 8 years $626.00
At least 8 years but less than 10 years $850.00
At least 10 years but less than 12 years $1,062.00
At least 12 years but less than 14 years $1,250.00
At least 14 years but less than 16 years $1,500.00
At least 16 years but less than 18 years $1,688.00
At least 18 years but less than 20 years $1,900.00
At least 20 years $2,000.00

For each additional two years of service after the first 20 years, an additional $200.00 shall be added to the amount stated above for 20 years of service.

Employee Health Benefits
• Cafeteria plan with optional employee contribution
• Employee must select health, dental, disability, and basic life, or may opt out; optional dependent coverage for health, dental, life and optional vision and supplemental life for employee
• Multiple plan choices
o Health - 7 plan options
o Dental - 7 plan options
o Vision - 4 plan options
• Life Insurance
o $20,000 basic
o Supplemental coverage in $20,000 units up to $500,000 available (approval required for amounts greater than 2x annual salary)
o Dependent life Insurance available
• Flexible Spending Accounts
o Debit card available
o Health care and dependent care reimbursable accounts
• State Benefit Allowances (added to monthly salary, employee keeps any surplus):

Type                            Monthly Allowance          Yearly Total
Opt-Out $                                      150.00                             $ 1,800.00
Employee Only                              640.98                                7,691.76
Employee + Child                          870.89                               10,450.68
Employee + Children                    1,006.19                             12,074.28
Employee + Spouse                     1,312.75                             15,753.00
Employee + Spouse + Child         1,542.66                             18,511.92
Employee + Spouse + Children    1,677.96                             20,135.52

For more information including a benefits cost calculator, visit the Employee Benefits Department website at http://www.ebd.ok.gov

Additional Employee Benefits
• 11 paid holidays
• Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
• OK Health (Thrive)
• Voluntary Payroll Deductions 

Conclusion

Veteran’s preference points apply only for initial appointment in the classified service.



OK.gov Policies | About OK.gov | Accessibility
© 2019 • The State of Oklahoma

Powered by JobAps