Companies are struggling to find people because of workforce shortages – the unemployment rate is very low, at about three percent. That means less competition for job openings. Pay is going up to attract workers. All of this means that there is no better time than now to look for a job in Oklahoma.
Here are just a few of the openings that we have listed on our website:
Applicants for this job need contact center experience and at least three years in a leadership role. Experience in both inbound and outbound campaigns is required.
The manager must be able to develop and manage frontline supervisors and ensure program goals are achieved. A bachelor’s degree is required. The salary range for the position is $65,000 to $85,000.
Document Control Specialist
The document control specialist manages the flow of technical and engineering documents for each production order. He or she identifies, catalogs, stores, and coordinates the movement of technical documents throughout the project life-cycle.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office in an engineering documentation environment and experience in oil and gas manufacturing are required. The employer is also looking for at least one to three years of experience in a similar role.
The buyer will be responsible for sourcing, negotiating, and buying goods, components, and services to meet operational needs.
The responsibilities of the buyer include purchasing goods, components, or services in support of the business operation, monitoring and advising on any issues which present risk or opportunity to cooling, building, maintaining, and managing supplier relationships, ensuring a professional and consistent approach in all supplier relationships, reviewing MRP to identify production requirements and taking appropriate action, such as placing purchase orders and expediting when necessary.
Other duties include tracking supplier deliveries to ensure on-time delivery of key raw materials and components, providing supplier communication to resolve issues with purchase orders and invoices, interacting with receiving and vendors to resolve count discrepancies and account payables to resolve pricing discrepancies, developing and using Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) to track material efficiency and drive change in under-performing areas, and providing forecasts to suppliers on a regular basis.
We have many other positions listed as well. Among them are openings for sales representatives, shop hands, accounts payable specialists, accountants, press operators, fitters, drafters, and office support personnel.