Reporting to the Columbia University College of Dental Medicine (CDM) Supply Chain Manager supports the operational objective of the department by meticulously maintaining equipment needs in the implant arena.
Assist with scanning in deliveries of implants.
Scan out inventory to students, faculty ,and staff according to approved protocols.
Scan back into inventory returned or unused items. Much of the inventory consists of tiny fixtures and the ability to organize and track these parts is essential.
Responsible for the collection, cleaning, labeling, and packaging of implant components that have been used within the CDM clinics.
Will place orders for new inventory using a procurement card and will process the incurred charges in the financial system.
Under the direction of the Supply Chain Manager, incumbent will reconcile disbursed items to patient records.
Using inventory software, MS Excel, and the Electronic Health Record system, will produce reports on inventory balances, patient activity, resident activity, and the associated inventory and expenses.
Will assist Supply Chain Coordinator with computer-based tasks including reporting on supply usage, maintenance of standard order forms, and inventory tracking tools.
Other duties as assigned.
Requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent in education and experience, plus two years of related experience.
Experience in business or inventory management.
Must have strong computer skills and must have excellent mathematical and organizational skills.
Must be detail oriented.
Must have excellent interpersonal skills as position will require contact with faculty, students, and administration.
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
Internal Number: 499821
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