This position oversees and directs the operations of the storeroom related to supply and equipment management, purchasing, receiving, inventory control, mailroom, courier service and copy center. Conducts appropriate and cost effective acquisitions and distributions of all equipment and supplies used throughout the hospital system. Collaborates effectively with senior leadership, directors, physicians and staff to achieve cost effective quality outcomes. Develops procedures, objectives, and goals for the management of purchasing, the storeroom and related services.
Graduate of a college or university with a major in Business Administration plus two years experience in the hospital Materials Management field. Or, a minimum of 4 years supervising experience in a hospital purchasing department, central service department, or materials management department.
Association for Healthcare Resource and Materials Management (AHRMM) preferred.
*Must meet all DMV requirements below.
Working knowledge of Word/Excel software and knowledge of the physical inventory process.
Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills; typing 30+ CWPM; ability to work in a fast paced environment with frequent interruptions; ability to prioritize workload as needed; ability to handle multiple tasks at once and the ability to work independently using problem solving skills.
*Requires: A current CA Driver's License, a clean DMV printout and proof of automobile insurance coverage in an amount not less than $50,000 per person/$100,000 per occurrence (or a combined single limit of $100,000) and property damage coverage in amount not less than $50,000 per occurrence.
About Marshall Medical Center
We at Marshall have dedicated our lives to healing, the prevention of illness and the promotion of wellness, working with chronically ill patients to help them live optimally within the limits of their condition. The Marshall community -- employees, medical staff, volunteers, and leadership -- embrace the following values and principles:
Success occurs when a vision becomes reality. After achieving over five decades of success, Marshall Medical Center has translated its goals into a singular vision statement: