Manages staff of Central Supply to manage inventory control, warehousing, receiving and distribution. This position helps align the health systems objectives and deliver a value added service to the organization through Central Supply.
Actively participates in outstanding customer service and accepts responsibility in maintaining relationships that are equally respectful to all.
Will directly be involved in day to day operations as a working manager and backfill as needed in positions due to vacations, PTO, family medical leave, etc.
Manages staff to include day-to-day management and performance of employees and conducts annual performance reviews and 90-day reviews on new staff.
Updates and maintains supply PAR manifests for all departments and outside accounts.
Monitors processes in Central Supply and adjusts as needed to maintain or improve efficiencies.
Develops staff training for new products and procedures. Updates training as needed. Ensures all TJC requirements are met in all areas.
Records and maintains documentation of training and competencies.
Maintains Central Supply Procedure and Safety Manuals.
Creates reports and spreadsheets for Materials Management Director.
Attends PDSA, TJC and Safety meetings and prepares reports.
Become proficient in Workday SCM software platform to assist in item master creation, inventory, adjustments and reports as necessary, along with periodic software update implementations.
Performs other duties as assigned.
MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED:
At least 3 years previous Supervisory experience
At least 3 years previous experience in Central Supply
Strong skills with Word and Excel and other Microsoft Office Products
Experience with Central Supply software systems
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in both verbal and written forms with diverse populations and different levels of the organization
PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED:
Prior experience with TJC (The Joint Commission) standards as it relates to central supply.
REQUIRED BEHAVIORAL SKILLS:
A personal presence which is characterized by a sense of honesty and the willingness to do the right thing.
The ability to role model, inspire and motivate others to promote the philosophy, mission, vision, goals and values of Hutchinson Regional Healthcare System.
A personal presence which is characterized by a sense of caring that is reflected in a high level of empathy and customer service with all that we come in contact.
Ability to manage conflict, consider other points of view, and offer alternative solutions without jeopardizing overall project direction and the ability to manage customer expectations.
Demonstrated track record of ownership of situations, projects and issues.
Able to work autonomously and have a high degree of flexibility to adapt to changing projects, priorities and work volumes.
Demonstrated ability to collaborate with a diverse population.
Treat all internal and external customers with a positive, proactive service orientation.
Strong communication and presentation skills with a proven ability to influence and lead teams to conclusion/decision making.
Proven ability to think strategically but also must be able to lead day-to-day tactical processes.
Demonstrated ability to manage and provide coaching and leadership on complex projects.
Must be able to lead and/or facilitate process improvement.
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
Bachelor’s Degree in Business or Purchasing
3 years’ experience in Supply Chain or Warehouse
PREFERRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
3-5 Years direct experience in Healthcare Supply Chain and/or Central Supply
he Hutchinson Regional Healthcare System (HRHS) provides medical care to Reno county residents and the surrounding area. We are an active part of our community and the largest employer in the county, with 1350 employees.
We are a locally owned and governed community hospital whose service area includes Reno and the surrounding counties. More than 40 years ago a group of visionary leaders made history when they successfully combined two competing hospitals into one united entity that could serve all the healthcare needs of the area. In 1975, the merger was one of the first of its kind in the nation.
In the decades since, the hospital and its affiliate entities have provided quality medical care to tens of thousands of our neighbors. We have worked hard to stay up-to-date with the changing requirements of providing quality healthcare.