Position Summary: We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Clinical Supply Chain Associate.
In this role, the successful candidate Ability to work in accordance with Nursing and surgeons to ensure proper items on hand for upcoming cases. Create, track and receive requisitions for assorted clinical supplies/implants. Receive and replenish all incoming deliveries. Maintain appropriate stock levels in assorted storage locations. Create possible cost savings opportunities by performing par cart reviews to remove excessive or obsolete products. Create and perform daily record keeping such as temperature, tissue, and implant logs. Work with vendors for loaner items and consignment products. Work and train amongst multiple departments. Establish processes for proper individual/team workflow.
Pick cases for next days cases
Maintain tissue and temperature log books
Assist with LVAD department requests
Attend departmental/Nursing related meetings
Ability to work independently as well as within group setting
Ability to communicate with coworkers, Nursing staff verbally/by email
Create Patient Supply Requests for new products approved by ICB & Nursing leadership
Establish par amounts and complete par reviews on all carts to add/remove products
Establish working relationship with vendors in regards to upcoming/completed cases (loaner trays/implants, scrub POs, consignment supplies)
Check expirations on all products within realm of CSCM and actively rotate stock to ensure appropriate product use
Work with Purchasing & Accounts Payable departments to reconcile invoices
Suggest and locate replacement products for use in case of backorders/recall/discontinued/expiring products
Establish consignment pars with outside vendors
Open incoming deliveries of ordered products and replenish stock within storeroom/OR carts
Create requisitions and scan par location supplies for use operating/procedural rooms: Manual requisitions, Rush Orders, Special Requests, Consignment Orders, Bill Only POs, No Charge POs (trials/consignments)
Responsible to maintain, control and restock all areas supplies responsible to Clinical Supply Chain Management
Minimum Qualifications: To qualify you must have a High School Diploma or combination of education and Healthcare related experience. Excellent knowledge of surgical equipment and inventory controls. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Preferred Qualifications: Bachelors Degree preferred. Certification in materials resources CMRP. Experience in computerized inventory control with an emphasis on medical/surgical supplies. (Peoplesoft 9+ preferred)
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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