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You will feel welcomed, appreciated and part of a family immediately your first day! Supply Chain Services is a support services department that provides Inventory Management, Distribution, Centralized Equipment Management, Shipping & Receiving, Mail, Vendor Management, Purchasing Support, and Supply Expense Analytics services to the facility.
This Coordinator role is responsible for managing all supply levels in the Supply Chain department and for placing daily orders to restock them when the level falls below a given point. This position also deals with product conversions, placing special orders for nursing units, conducting cycle counts, reconciliation of inventory levels.
We are looking for someone with strong Inventory experience and great attention to detail. Must be computer savvy, needs to be a strong independant worker that is able to take direction and be able to help coordinate the work of Inventory Associates.
Hours are M-F approx 6AM 3pm, with occational need for 2nd shift coverage and holidays as needed.
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This position conducts and coordinates purchasing, ordering, inventory and other supply activities to provide for the timely acquisition of all materials and/or equipment and/or services for the medical center (or assigned departments) in accordance with purchasing policies, procedures, and contracts.
Conducts and coordinates the activities and processes of procurement, receipt, distribution, and charging of medical supplies and other materials for assigned area: Cath Lab, Central Supply, Capital Equipment, or multiple hospital departments.
Regularly takes and accounts for inventory of all goods in assigned areas. Monitors usages, shelf life, stock rotation.
Conducts needs analysis and determines optimal inventory levels of each item. Tracks and maintains assigned equipment.
For assigned surgical or special usage areas, assesses upcoming schedules for procedures, physician preference cards and other sources of future needs forecast information. Orders special items and coordinates the receipt, storage and delivery of such items.
Uses a materials management information system for ordering, tracking, charging, and usage reporting. Updates MMIS system files and ensures compliance with policies.
Conducts Quality Management work as assigned.
Requires Business, math and communications skills, knowledge and abilities as normally evidenced by an associates in business or procurement, or equivalent experience and training.
Requires the knowledge normally acquired over two or more years experience in Materials Management and/or the medical field, with a broad understanding of medical supplies, medical supply handling, and inventory management. Requires effective verbal and written communication skills, leadership and human relations skills, and excellent customer service skills.
Requires keyboarding skills and the ability to use and maintain information, charges and reports in a materials management information system.
Experience working with Lawson Materials Management Information System (MMIS) is preferred. Bachelor's degree preferred. Additional related clinical or procurement knowledge and experience is a plus.
Additional related education and/or experience preferred.