Surgical Supply Logistics Specialist 62169474501

Job Description

The Surgical Supply Logistics Specialist must demonstrate supervisory skills and the ability to communicate effectively with leadership, peers, employees supervised and all of Perioperative Services.  The Surgical Supply Logistics Specialist, under the direction of the Operations Manager plans, organizes, and controls department activities related to surgical supplies, equipment, inventory control and charge capture.  In conjunction with the Operations Manager, the Surgical Supply Logistics Specialist will be responsible for planning and directing supply and equipment negotiations for both individual purchases and continuing contractual relationships based upon the best cost-value relationship for the organization.  The Surgical Supply Logistics Specialist will be responsible for developing and implementing policies and procedures and monitoring all department purchases.  The Surgical Supply Logistics Specialist will be responsible for promoting teamwork, solving practical problems, dealing with a variety of issues, interpreting a variety of instructions and demonstrated ability to achieve operational objectives.  

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS

  • Facilitates value analysis and acts as a resource person for team leaders and physicians.
  • Accountable for inventory availability, inventory levels, and the successful implementation of cost control measures.
  • Establish and maintain appropriate inventory levels for each surgical service line based upon volume, utilization, case complexity, and storage capacity.
  • Understands and communicates to other team members the interaction and flow of supplies and resources.
  • Maintains an advanced knowledge of inventory operations and ensures proper inventory controls are in place.
  • Reconciles inventory to purchase orders to ensure accuracy and prompt resolution of variances

 

Salaries are calculated upon applicable experience

Requirements

·          Minimum of five years experience in warehousing and inventory control.

·         A mental development equivalent to completion of a four-year college degree, including an ability to apply principles of logic and scientific thought to a wide range of intellectual problems

Date Posted:
2/15/2014
Location:
Midland Memorial Hospital Main Campus
Midland, Texas
Type:
Full-Time
Category:
Materials Management