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Procurement Specialist 1

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Our Lady Of The Lake Regional Medical Center Baton Rouge , LA 70804

Posted 3 months ago

The#Procurement Specialist#1 purchases assigned, specialized commodities, equipment, and services for all facilities of the Health System. The position is responsible for reviewing requests, working with vendors and facility departments; examining price, suitability, and availability of items or services while comparing specifications, and reviewing alternatives to request to fulfill value analysis or other objectives. This position relies on limited experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals and works under general supervision# Job Summary Purchases commodities, equipment and services products, services, and equipment through a computerized system Prepares paperwork for Product Analysis Committee reviews as appropriate Resolves issues related to orders which include discrepancies of pricing, receiving, freight issues, service approvals and accounts payable discrepancies Reviews requested orders to ensure completeness, accuracy, and compliance with existing formulary, policies and procedures Reviews requests which vary from approved standards or formulary and sources the most cost effective vendos# Open invoice issues consisting of price, quantity, receiving, or other related differences that have caused the invoice not to close out the purchase order# Required Experience 4 yrs related experience (Bachelor#s degree substitutes for all required experience)# Required Education HS Diploma or equivalent # #16925

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Procurement Specialist 1

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Our Lady Of The Lake Regional Medical Center