Uvalde Memorial Hospital, a Critical Access Hospital located in South Texas, 90 miles West of San Antonio, is seeking a Materials Manager to build our Materials Management program as we transition into a newly built 160,000 square foot facility set for completion in 2021.
Our award winning facility has the commitment to providing services and equipment that rival big-city hospitals, without the stress of urban living. In 2019 we were featured as one of Modern Healthcare's Best Places to Work, as well as a recipient of Press Ganey's Guardian of Excellence and Pinnacle of Excellence Awards. Our region offers abundant outdoor activities that can be enjoyed year-round.
The Materials Manager plans, directs, and supervises the operations of the Materials Management Department. They are responsible for all management duties, to include budget formulation and management, ensures regulatory compliance, quality management, employee management and staffing within the department, as well the coordination of the materials management system throughout the hospital with regards to procurement, processing and distribution of materials and services.
Three years experience in healthcare Materials Management required.
Experience with Meditech strongly preferred.
High School graduate or equivalent required, a Bachelor’s Degree in business administration or related field preferred.
About Uvalde Memorial Hospital
Uvalde Memorial Hospital is a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit county hospital serving five counties and governed by a seven-member board of directors. With a critical access hospital designation, UMH has the ability to serve 25 inpatients and additional outpatients. Our staff is pleased to provide our region with specialized care and local convenience. We strive to ensure that each of our patients receive excellent care every visit. Top of the line equipment provides our service region with access to medical technology that rivals what is found in a big city and our highly trained staff receives continuing education on all of the latest healthcare practices.