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Responsible for the overall management of inventory in assigned Nursing and/or Ancillary unit(s) as it relates to supply replenishment, maximizing quality, minimizing costs and supporting department goals within system supply chain objectives. Serve as liaison to Nursing to provide working knowledge of product lines associated with the Nursing and/or Ancillary unit(s) assigned. Supports Supply Chain Management to ensure existing inventory and associated expenses are within par level targets. To ensure consumable supplies are accurately controlled to reduce obsolescence, outdates and waste within the assigned unit(s). This is accomplished through the maintenance of appropriate inventory levels based on PAR Optimization utilization calculations, product rotation; outdate management and ongoing communications with both the customer and Supply Chain Management Leadership team. In support of assigned departments acts as liaison for all replenishment orders, managing recalls and product conversions within their areas of assigned responsibility to include proper supply levels, labeling and PAR Level changes in Lawson to ensure that assigned units have accurate PAR Level Min/Max designations. Coordinates and performs scheduled physical and cycle count inventories of assigned areas and works with the Supply Chain Management Leadership Team and department management to analyze outcomes to adjust inventory levels as appropriate. Supports all areas within the Supply Chain Management department to include: All other Par Locations, DME, mailroom and office support as needed. Manages all incoming and outgoing freight, delivery to departments ensuring proper signature is obtained in Lawson, and coordinating returns to vendors obtaining an RGA number and documenting return information in Lawson. Responsible for entering receipt of tissue following established processes.
Minimum Education Requirements
High School Diploma or GED required
Minimum Experience Requirements
Microsoft Excel, Word at a Beginners Level is preferred
Lawson ERP experience is preferred
For Corporate Supply Chain Tech roles, valid driver's license is required.
Position Duties (essential functions denoted with an * )
Order and distribute supplies.*
Utilizes RQC and Handhelds to execute replenishment orders to assigned departments.*
Maintains pre-established PAR Levels for assigned nursing and ancillary department.*
Reviews PAR Levels based on data from PAR Optimization reports as scheduled with end users and Supply Chain Leadership.*
Adjusts PAR Levels in Lawson based on prior review of PAR Optimization report and agreement of end user department director and supply chain leadership.*
Responds to assigned nursing units and/or ancillary departments in a timely manner to resolve supply problems and addresses need to their satisfaction.*
Responsible for ensuring that "dated" and "obsolete items" are removed from stock prior to expiration from nursing and ancillary supply areas utilizing established Enterprise Business Processes.*
Responsible for documenting and reporting discrepancies on JIT orders such as shortages and damage, utilizing established Enterprise Business Processes.*
Responsible for following up on backorder supplies utilized on assigned nursing and ancillary departments.*
Replenishes assigned PAR Locations on the day of supply receipt.*
Responsible for cycle counting inventories and supporting annual physical inventories as assigned.*
Responsible for following established processes associated with mail sorting/delivery and DME equipment management.*
Responsible for receiving incoming shipments and deliveries and properly documenting in ERP system. *
Responsible documenting damaged, short-ship, over-shipped supplies in accordance to established Enterprise Business Processes (PO31). *
Coordinates returns to vendors obtaining an RGA number and documenting return information in Lawson. *
Responsible for ensuring that all receipted deliveries are delivered to the requesting department within twenty-four (24) hours of receipt obtaining signature in Lawson. *
Responsible for ensuring that all packing slip documentation is filed into pre-established repository according to established Enterprise Business Process. *
Responsible for securing high dollar receipts to minimize loss and/or damage. *
Utilizes freight tracking system to monitor anticipated receipts and Freight Management vendor system. *
Medium Work - exert/lift up to 50 lbs. force occasionally, and/or up to 20 lbs. frequently, and/or up to 10 lbs. constantly
Important notification to applicants as of Nov. 20, 2014: Effective Jan. 1, 2015, Centura Health will no longer hire tobacco users in Colorado and Kansas. The change to our policy does not apply to associates hired on or before Dec. 31, 2014. Centura Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V.
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