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PRISON INDUSTRY AUTHORITY-CALIFORNIA STATE PRISON SOLANO

Title:  INDUSTRIAL WAREHOUSE AND DISTRIBUTION MANAGER I, PRISON INDUSTRIES
Salary: $4,308.00 - $5,191.00
Posted: 07/03/2013

Job Description:
LOCATION: CALIFORNIA PRISON INDUSTRY AUTHORITY, CSP SOLANO, 2100 PEABODY ROAD, VACAVILLE, CA 95696-0640 Under the direction of the Prison Industries Administrator, the incumbent is responsible for the overall operation of the Warehouse and related areas to this function. The incumbent supervises three Industrial Warehouse and Distribution Specialists and approximately eight Level II inmates workers. The incumbent is responsible for the issuance and shipping of large quantities of varied supplies and materials requiring complex storage practices; utilizes the most cost-effective shipping methods; verifies and receives raw materials and supplies; maintains procurement records and inventory control; personnel development including selecting, training, evaluating, counseling and supervising staff and inmates; operates the ERPlx computer system for auditing, inventory, purchasing, and accounting purposes; oversees the implementation of the Inmate Employability Program (IEP) ensuring program requirements are accomplished; plans and coordinates tasks to attain goals for on-time deliveries; participates in Total Quality inspections of finished products shipped to customers; handles customer complaints; prepares budgets and initiates correspondence and reports; coordinates the maintenance and repair of warehouse equipment and vehicles; conducts staff meetings and oversees the on-going safety program, including good housekeeping practices, to ensure compliance of safety standards. The incumbent is responsible for maintaining order and supervising the conduct of persons committed to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR); preventing escapes and maintaining the security of materials and work areas by implementing CDCR and CALPIA rules and regulations. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS: Experience working in a correctional institution; supervisory experience; organizational and planning skills; knowledge of computer programs; Microsoft, ERPlx; able to work constructively and professionally in a team environment and with regulatory agencies. WHO MAY APPLY: Incumbents who have current status in the above classification, have lateral transfer eligibility, or have list eligibility may apply. Applications will be screened and only the most qualified will be interviewed. . Please indicate if you are a SROA/Surplus employee on your application. Please indicate the classification and position number on your application. SUBMIT APPLICATIONS TO: California Prison Industry Authority, California State Prison – Solano, Attn: Cheryl Whitworth, P.O. Box 640, Vacaville, CA 95696-4000 CONTACT: CHERYL WHITWORTH AT (707) 451-0182 Ext. 5044

Additional Information:

Working Title Position Number
Industrial Warehouse & Distribution Manager I, P.I. 075 - 411 - 7236 - 001
Location County
Califoria Prison Industry Authority - CSP Solano Warehouse SOLANO
Timebase Tenure
Full Time Permanent   month(s)
Final Filing Date: Department Link:
Until Filled None Specified
Contact Unit/Address Contact Name/Phone
PIA-Calif. Prison Industry Authority Solano
2100 Peabody Rd
Vacaville, CA 95696-0640
Cheryl Whitworth
(707) 451-0182 Ext. 5044

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