Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association Searches for Executive Vice PresidentFri, 08 Mar 2013 13:25:36 CST
The Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) Executive Committee met recently to develop its transition process to fill the position of OCA Executive Vice President and Treasurer.
During the OCA Executive Committee meeting, Steve McKinley, OCA Director of Operations was selected to serve as Acting Executive Vice-President of the Association and its Foundation.
According to OCA President Mike Frey, “We had a productive meeting and we are pleased to announce that Steve McKinley, OCA Director of Operations has agreed to serve as Acting Executive Vice President.
“Steve brings a great deal of institutional knowledge to this role and will help ensure we have a smooth transition.”
The OCA Executive Committee also appointed a search and screening committee. This committee will be chaired by OCA President Mike Frey. A position description is available on the OCA website: www.okcattlemen.org. The search and screening committee is accepting resumes only and it will advance its recommendation (s) to the OCA Executive Committee for its consideration.
Interested candidates are encouraged to forward their resume by April 1, 2013 to:
Mr. Jeff Todd
McAfee and Taft Law Firm
Two Leadership Square
211 N. Robinson
Oklahoma City, OK 73102-7103
The OCA is an equal opportunity employer. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
The OCA exists to support and defend the state and nation's beef cattle industry. The OCA is a nonprofit, membership based, trade association which was established in 1952. Serving nearly 6,000 ranching families the OCA is focused on the following four essential goals:
•TO ADVOCATE for Oklahoma's cattle producers at the Oklahoma Legislature, the U.S. Congress and dozens of other government bodies;
•EDUCATE our members on current rules and regulations, as well as the latest developments in research and production techniques to maximize profitability;
•TO COMMUNICATE with the public, through close relationships with the media, the plight of the beef industry;
•TO PROVIDE a forum of discussion and development of positions and policies to benefit the industry, the state and the nation.
Additional information can be found at www.okcattlemen.org.
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