The Sterile Processing & Inventory Supervisor is responsible for driving cross-functional efficiencies throughout the sterile processing supply chain and to identify & implement process improvement initiatives that support the organizational goals of Sterile Processing and Inventory management. The Sterile Processing & Inventory Supervisor is responsible for evaluating, developing and implementing best practice systems, tools and processes that provide the School of Dentistry with the ability to manage and improve inventory and service levels. This is to be accomplished through constant communications with key stakeholders, development of the team, goal & objective setting, standardization of departmental processes and comprehensive progress reporting.
Specifically, this position and their team will ensure that medical instrument inventories are in stock, on order, and available from the distributor and direct suppliers. This position is also responsible for ensuring proper stocking levels, space allocation and product location management while maintaining logistics high standards of customer service.
The supervisor develops reporting that provides insight on the progress and performance of (inventory levels, inventory accuracy, fill rate, stock out rate, customer satisfaction, etc.) and acts on data to identify, document, implement and monitor process improvements. This position is responsible for ensuring that communication and coordination between logistics distribution operations and other School of Dentistry departments operates effectively and efficiently, positively impacting customer service and OHSU\u2019s bottom line.
Internal Number: IRC58377
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