Occ. Code 7928800
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR CORRECTIONAL
York State Department of Civil Service
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
The Assistant Director Correctional
Industries Management is responsible for all budgeting, fiscal, cost
accounting, general ledger accounting, shipping and warehousing, and personnel
and labor relations activities within the Correctional Industries Program
position is only classified at the Department of Corrections and Community
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR CORRECTIONAL
one position class; responsible for all administrative activities within the
Division of Correctional Industries.
the Accounting Unit.
the Associate Accountant in charge of the Financial Management Unit, and
plans and prioritizes assignments for the Unit.
and/or reviews and approves procedures related to the Cost Accounting
System, such as raw material inventories, finished good inventory, and
work in process inventory.
various financial analyses prepared by staff accountants concerning cost
accounting activities, such as effects of longer work days on production,
sales, and profit levels; inventory valuations; and make/buy decisions.
all selling prices of Corcraft products.
policy bulletins and directives regarding the Financial Management System.
policy and procedure recommendations presented by the Head Account Clerk
regarding customer billing and maintenance of accounts receivable.
the Budgeting Unit.
and prioritizes general assignments for the Budgeting Unit.
for development and approval of the Divisions overall Budget Request.
direction to the Unit for the development of the Divisions Financial Plan
for review by the Director.
and makes recommendations for the Director concerning allocation of funds
for Central Office and all facilities.
and reviews recommendations on fiscal policy and procedures relative to
cash flow in the Division.
and implements procedures to improve cash flow through overall control and
management of revenues and disbursements.
customer discounts recommended by Deputy Director of Marketing and Sales
after analyzing the effect of discount on net profits.
all shipping and warehouse activities.
shipping activities to ensure that backlogs are within acceptable levels.
operational problems involving sales, manufacturing, and distribution
activities by setting priorities and ensuring priorities are met in a
operational problems involving inventory controls.
the General Ledger Accounting Unit.
the Senior Accountant in charge of the General Ledger System.
and prioritizes program assignments for the Unit.
and approves recommended chart of accounts developed by Unit.
and approves design and documentation for the General Ledger Accounting
System developed by the Unit.
periodic financial statements and reports which are prepared by the Unit.
the financial status of individual shops and facilities, and the overall
financial position of the Division.
recommendations to the Director concerning steps to improve financial
status of various facilities and shops.
recommended accruals and cost allocation entries to determine effect on
that general ledger financial reports are prepared in accordance with
generally accepted accounting principals (GAAP).
variance reports and investigates reasons as to variance and recommends
corrective action required, as necessary.
with Department Personnel and Labor Relations Offices.
- Prepares all Division personnel
- Reviews all new appointments of
that the Division is compliant with the requirements of all performance
- Ensures compliance with the Diversity
contact with DOCCS Budget Unit concerning fill levels, new positions,
transfers, reclassifications, pending items, etc.
in the process of all requests and documentation for recommending employee
grievances for Central Office employees and resolves at first step, if
with Training Academy staff in developing and implementing training
programs for Industries Central Office and facility civilian staff.
Division employees time and attendance to ensure adherence to Department
with representatives of the Departments Security Staffing Unit to develop
and review security staffing requirements for Corcraft shops.
Management Information Services.
the Supervisor of Data Processing, and plans and prioritizes assignments
for that Unit.
overall project management including estimating time and materials,
hardware utilization, and resource allocation for MIS projects.
responsibility of the Divisions computer network, both Statewide and in
administrative oversight for MIS, such as budget review for software
development or new equipment.
project plans provided by the Unit to ensure the goals of MIS are
consistent with the Divisions goals.
assume the responsibilities of the Director of Correctional Industries and
Industrial Training, when necessary.
one year of permanent
competitive service in the New York State Department of Corrections and
Community Supervision as a Principal Accountant; or two years of permanent
competitive service as an Institution Steward, Associate Budgeting Analyst,
Associate Accountant, or Associate Internal Auditor.
NOTE: Classification Standards illustrate
the nature, extent and scope of duties and responsibilities of the classes they
describe. Standards cannot and do not include all of the work that might be
appropriately performed by a class. The minimum qualifications above are those
which were required for appointment at the time the Classification Standard was
written. Please contact the Division of Staffing Services for current
information on minimum qualification requirements for appointment or