Employment Status: FT
Under the direction of the facility Supply Chain Manager, the
Supply Chain Clinical Coordinator manages the supply activity
within departments such as OR, Cath Lab, or other supply intensive
departments as needed.
1.Is responsible for ordering, receiving, storage and monitoring
of utilization of the products in that department.
2.Directs and maintains all supply and device consignment
programs in these areas.
3.Works closely with Supply Chain Procurement and Contracting
staff to ensure that contracted products and accurate pricing and
4.Organizes supplies, processes requisitions and maintains
proper stocking levels of supplies.
5.Establishes pars and reorder points for supplies based on
6.Is proficient in the use of MMIS tools, such as handheld
devices and "point of use" inventory management systems.
7.Implements product conversions or new products.
8.Works collaboratively with individuals such as physicians,
team leaders, Surgical Services Director and Managers, Cath Lab
Director and Manager, Surgical Services Business Manager, and
ancillarydepartment Directors and/or Managers.
9.Assists departmental staff with product questions and
inquiries as necessary.
10.Follows up on backordered supplies with buyers to ensure
availability of product.
11.Researches new products, determines substitute products, and
procures emergency supplies from other local facilities as
12.Assists with physical inventories as necessary.
13.Is responsible for directing a comprehensive supply
management control program to ensure adherence to prescribed
standards and procedures within the facility such as stock
rotation, storage standards and validation of dating.
14.Ensures adherence to prescribed standards of behavior within
the facility and proactively supports the efforts to ensure safe
delivery of patient care supplies that promote a safe environment
1.High School Diploma and/or GED required.
2.Minimum of three (3) years of healthcare warehouse, supply
replenishment or purchasing experience required.
3.Computer skills to include MS Word and Excel.
5.Any combination of education, training and experience, which
could produce the required knowledge and abilities, will be
6.Must demonstrate the potential ability to perform the
essential functions of the job as outlined in the position
7.Ability to work independently and manage the supply needs of
the department with little supervision.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:
- Medium Work as defined by the U.S. Department of Labor
constitutes a maximum lift of 21-50 pounds on occasion and/or a
maximum lift of 11-25 pounds on a frequent basis
- May be required to assist in the turning, lifting, or moving
patients as well as walking about from patients' rooms, as well as
to and from various hospital areas