Surgery Coordinator - Medical Device (629819)

Zimmer Biomet Indianapolis , IN 46218

Posted 2 months ago

The Surgery Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and ensuring the timely and accurate delivery of materials needed for surgery. Responsibilities include the safe and timely transportation of inventory to medical facilities and/or locations specified.

Principal Duties and ResponsibilitiesCoordinate with staff to make sure surgery requisitions are submitted timely and accurately to ensure fulfillment and delivery of product. Check orders for completeness and make recommendations based on previous orders.

Fulfill surgery requests accurately and within time constraints.

Use Enterprise Resource Planning/Manufacturing Resource Planning software programs to loan, receive, ship, issue and monitor inventory. May also require coordination with shipping companies.

Collaborate with departments across functions: supply chain, warehouse, and operations to fulfill orders.

Maintain status of inventory at all times with ability to provide updates.

Responsible for the return of inventory in a timely manner.

Boxing, packing, labeling, shipping instruments, and using shipping programs as needed.

Follow directions closely and possess ownership/responsibility for tasks.

Deliver/retrieve inventory including restock and emergency runs to the appropriate facility in a safe and accurate manner.

Develops and enhances product knowledge through training, webinars, learning modules, interaction and partnership with sales, marketing, sales training, med ed.

This is not an exhaustive list of duties or functions and might not necessarily comprise all of the essential functions for purposes of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Expected Areas of CompetenceOrganizational and time management skills are essential

Demonstrated knowledge to identify Zimmer products by major product groupings and familiarity with product lines of other division.

Participation in departmental 24 hour emergency "on-call" service is a requirement of this position.

Required to work some holidays.

Education/Experience RequirementsHS Diploma or equivalent required.

Experience in Supply Chain, Logistics, Information Systems, Engineering or other technical field preferred.

Must have valid driver license with an acceptable driving record.

Travel Requirements< 5% overnight

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Surgery Coordinator - Medical Device (629819)

Zimmer Biomet