Team Coordinator

Multicare Health System Tacoma , WA 98402

Posted 3 weeks ago



Team Coordinator

Job Number: 78427


Tacoma, WA

Job Category: Supply Chain / Materials Mgt.

Employment Type: Full-Time Regular

MultiCare Entity: MultiCare Health System

FTE: 1

Specialty: Not Applicable

Department: Equipment Management

Shift: Day

Work Schedule: M-F

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Position Summary:

The Team Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of work performed by assigned staff. This position works directly with staff performing shift assignments and oversees the work performed by staff to accomplish work goals as required.

Work situations are a variety of routine and non-routine functions, which require organization, prioritization, leadership, good judgment, problem solving, and decision-making. Internal contacts include staff and management throughout the health system. External contacts are limited.

Minimum Requirements:

Two years previous warehouse experience in healthcare setting

Experience as a lead, team coordinator, or supervisor preferred


High school graduate or equivalent preferred

Current Washington State Drivers License; and proof of a safe driving record (which meets established MHS Standards) obtained by a motor vehicle report from the appropriate state

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Team Coordinator

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