Job Summary Responsible for receiving, storing and issuing materials, equipment and supplies.
Compiles automated inventory stock records to verify receipts, requisitions or invoices.
Examines stock with automated system reports to verify conformance with specifications.
Audits inventory supply receipt and related automated records.
Reasonable Accommodation Statement To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the position without compromising patient care.
Minimum Education and Work Experience High school diploma or equivalent preferred.
Two years experience with supply/shipping and receiving using an automated system.
Knowledge of medical/surgical supplies and equipment.
Experience in auditing of supplies, performing inventories.
Previous experience in a fast-paced environment with special emphasis on receiving of supplies.
Previous data entry experience.
Required Skills Knowledge of up to date stock handling methods.
Knowledge of automated computerized inventory systems.
Knowledge of audit management.
Ability to perform basic mathematical calculations.
Ability to work under pressure with time constraints.
Ability to demonstrate clear oral and written communication skills.
Ability to effectively plan and prioritize work.
Ability to maintain collaborative working relationships to ensure a positive and productive work environment.
Ability to provide exceptional customer service.
Knowledge and proficiency of Microsoft Office and/or related software.
Minimum Standards Time & Attendance (see FSH Time & Attendance Policy) Professional Appearance (see FSH Dress Policy) Staff meetings (90%) Annual Requirements Mock Code Blue (min.
2 per year if applicable) PPD/TB Screen Annual Competencies Flu Vaccine License/Certifications Compliance Training Essential Functions Develops, formulates and conducts quality control programs using advanced inspection methods, test, devises, and control techniques.
Receives audits, inspects, verifies and accepts or rejects supplies and equipment delivered to each supply location.
Ensures inventory is updated, as required when receiving/issuing supplies and equipment.
Checks invoices, purchase orders packing slips, etc.
with incoming merchandise and match to automated reports.
Processes corresponding automated documentation including pick-tickets.
Conducts general audits of inventories and system entries.
Makes written and oral reports/recommendations to the Director.
Prepares correspondence and claims concerning damaged merchandise, errors in shipment, short and backlog orders, etc.
and return to vendor as required.
Follows up to ensure resolution.
Maintains Materials Management supply replenishment system, retrieves, updates and deletes files and records as required.
Assists in preparing items for return to stock credit, vendors, etc.
Organizes storage and catalog location of supplies and equipment for efficient handling and to prevent deterioration.
Requisitions and stores sterile supplies.
Ensures defective equipment is identified for maintenance repair as required in accordance with established policies and procedures.
Assists with departmental physical inventories.
Assures that work/assignment areas are clean and equipment, tools, supplies, etc., are properly stored before leaving such areas on breaks, end of work day.
Other duties as assigned.
Physical Demands Peripheral Vision - (ability to observe an area that can be seen up and down or to the left and right while eyes are fixed on a given point) Lift up to 10 pounds
2/3 and more of time Lift up to 25 pounds
1/3 to 1/2 of time Lift up to 50 pounds - up to 1/3 of time Push/Pull - up to 1/3 of time Reach with hands and arms
1/3 to 1/2 of time Sit - up to 1/3 of time Stand
2/3 and more of time Stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl - up to 1/3 of time Talk or hear
2/3 and more of time Use hands to finger, handle or feel - up to 1/3 of time Walk
2/3 and more of time Work Environment Body fluid exposure
No Extreme cold (non-weather) - up to 1/3 of time Extreme heat (non-weather) - up to 1/3 of time Fine Dexterity
Both (1-2 hours) Fumes or airborne particles - up to 1/3 of time Grasping: simple/light
Both (1-2 hours) Grasping: firm/heavy
Both (5-6 hours) Hearing
Ability to hear alarms on equipment Outdoor weather conditions - up to 1/3 of time Repetitive use of hands
Both (3-4 hours) Risk of electrical shock - up to 1/3 of time Typical noise level
Moderate Noise Work near moving mechanical parts - up to 1/3 of time
Fresno Surgical Hospital