Lead a hospital supply chain team in enabling patient safety and care through excellent supply services to our clinical partners – ensuring the Right Product, Right Quantity, Right Place, and Right Time – with a commitment to continuously improving the value of the products and services provided.
Manage all Hospital(s) OR Supply Chain Team members – supply chain analysts, cycle counters and coverage for required team tasks during employee paid time off / absenteeism.
Recruit, develop and foster a world-class supply chain team.
Identify, implement and maintain lean / continuous improvement initiatives, with an unrelenting commitment to improving the value of the products and services provided by the supply chain team.
Intelligently leverage technology as an enabler for improvements.
Ensure best practice, standardized processes are documented and followed. Collaborate with other Michigan Medicine hospitals for shared learning and system wide optimization.
Ensure the integrity of information in the various systems utilized by the supply chain team is correct, and optimally configured to accomplish the supply chain objectives.
Configure optimum OR inventory plans and execution – locations, racking, labeling, flow, PAR levels, management, …
Masters Degree in Supply Chain, Business or other applicable field of study.
Demonstrated knowledge of Supply Chain Processes in a healthcare setting
5+ years of Supply Chain experience, with 3+ years managing a Supply Chain team.
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