If you want to be a part of a place that provides nothing less than extraordinary compassionate care, then Adventist Health System is the place for you!
We are currently seeking qualified candidates for a Supply Chain Procurement Manager position that will be based in our Supply Chain Shared Services department. This position is in Altamonte Springs, FL.
The Supply Chain Procurement Manager supervises Supply Chain Procurement Agents I and Supply Chain Procurement Agents II to promote timely and accurate purchasing of goods and services. Manages the routing of purchase requisitions to the appropriate Supply Chain Procurement Agent I or Supply Chain Procurement Agent II for order placement as well as expediting of orders, returns, and other customer requests. Prepares service level metrics and interpretations. Supports Procurement leadership in efforts to increase operational and transactional efficiencies. Identifies training opportunities and coordinates efforts with the training department for both Supply Chain Shared Services and Supply Chain field-related needs. Acts as a PeopleSoft procurement process subject matter expert for others in the organization. This position is both accountable to Supply Chain Shared Services as well as field operations.
Specific job duties include:
Owns overall accountability for delivering services, meeting service level agreements, and driving continuous improvement activities; Responsible for ensuring continuity and successful delivery of functional services to the field as well as vendors
Supports the integration of AHS procurement processes into the centralized Supply Chain Shared Services organization
Manages the day-to-day procurement operations for Supply Chain Shared Services to ensure optimal processing and efficient placement of purchase orders, confirmations, returns, resolution of invoice discrepancies (e.g., variance processing, correct pricing), and expediting of orders when necessary
Ensures purchase requests conform to AHS policies, procedures, standards, and approval authority levels
Maintains system of all purchase transactions, ordering information, and usage information for areas of support
Monitors and completes open purchase order reports to resolution and ensures vendor confirmations are being handled appropriately
Identifies and analyzes issues impacting the procurement process and team and effectively manages those issues
Provides direction and guidance to Supply Chain Procurement Agents I and Supply Chain Procurement Agents II on procurement options, policies, and the resolution of complaints related to supplies, services, and equipment
Serves as a subject matter expert for Supply Chain Procurement Agents I, Supply Chain Procurement Agents II, and Requestors and for field matters related to procurement
Identifies repetitive problems and works with Supply Chain Procurement leadership on corresponding process improvements
Maintains a working knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations
Evaluates potential candidates for open positions and makes hiring recommendations
Assists with the establishment of performance standards; Monitors and tracks staff performance against quality assurance measures; Creates performance plans and drives performance initiatives
Handles projects as requested as well as other duties
Minimum of five years of managerial experience required
Minimum of ten years of experience in purchasing or a related field required
Experience in construction at a healthcare facility preferred
Strong background in construction projects, equipment and capital preferred
Bachelor's degree or equivalent degree from a four-year accredited university or college required or seven years of related field experience required
Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook) required
Proficiency in PeopleSoft ePro and Purchasing strongly preferred
Proficiency in Microsoft PowerPoint preferred
Ability to type fifty or more words per minute with excellent spelling, punctuation, grammar, and oral and written communications
Certified Materials and Resource Professional (CMRP) or a certification from The Association for Operations Management (APICS) preferred
If this position sounds like a great match for your skills set and experience, please apply online now!
Adventist Health System is a not-for-profit healthcare organization that emphasizes Christ at the center of care. Founded in 1973 to support and strengthen Seventh-day Adventist healthcare organizations in the Southern and Southwestern regions of the United States, Adventist Health System has grown to become the largest not-for-profit Protestant healthcare provider in the nation.
Today, Adv...entist Health System supports 44 campuses and employs 79,000 individuals. Adventist Health System hospitals are comprised of 7,700 plus licensed beds, providing care for 4 million patients each year in inpatient, outpatient and emergency room visits.
In order to best meet the needs of the local communities we serve, Adventist Health System facilities operate independently in hiring employees and delivering care and services. While each entity is unique, they remain united in one mission—to extend the healing ministry of Christ to every patient. Our mission depends not only on our commitment to Christian ideals but on our efforts to provide nothing less than extraordinary compassionate care.
Adventist Health System’s flagship, Florida Hospital, is one of the largest healthcare providers in America and a national leader in cardiac care. Established in 1908, Florida Hospital now includes almost 2,200 beds on seven campuses.