This position based in Seattle, WA is accountable for the coordination of Facilities and Supply Chain functions during care center launches and managing assigned inventories through periodic inventories (daily, weekly, monthly, and quarterly cycle counts, annual physical counts), seeking alternative sources and materials when necessary, maintaining communication with care centers, monitoring supplies usage, and removing and disposing of obsolete or outdated products. The position organizes and conducts periodic inventory counts, adjusts quantities and locations, when necessary, and records and reports discrepancies to management. Researching, coordinating, and managing supplies received, stored, and issued at facilities ensuring compliant, effective, and streamlined Supply Chain experience at an assigned facility.
The Inventory Control Analyst supports care centers by analyzing data to rationalize appropriate stock levels to sustain daily operations; works with key operational stakeholders and Supply Chain on improvement efforts and programs; leads department specific projects to research, identify and increase efficiency and/or reduce cost to the organization; leads efforts to improve inventory control policies and ensures inventory control policies and procedures are properly implemented and works closely with clinical staff to support the delivery of excellent patient care.
Organize multiple projects and schedules to meet demand and shifting priorities.
Perform challenging tasks efficiently and effectively.
Anticipate problems and take corrective action prior to completing tasks.
Assist in the implementation of system-wide collaborative systems and structures utilizing the distribution partner to improve inventory turns and reduce facility redundancies in supply logistics.
Ensure system compliance with regulatory bodies for storage and delivery of supplies as well as recalled or suspended inventory products.
Understand, communicate, and implement standardized continuous process improvement strategies to include Six Sigma and/or Lean to all staff, and also promote the ongoing strategic vision and goals of Vera Whole Health Supply Chain at the care center level so that consistent implementation is carried out.
Review reports to identify pricing or quantity discrepancies. Ensures that discrepancies are resolved.
Identify causes for budget variance in supply lines
Demonstrate strong attention to detail and outstanding analytical skills.
Anticipate and take personal responsibility for customer satisfaction and service excellence.
Apply correct cycle count and other standard operations procedures.
Analyze product usage and adjust inventory levels as appropriate to optimize inventory levels at the entity.
Anticipate supply needs and communicate potential interruptions to Supply Chain and care centers.
Monitor all additions, deletions, and changes to PAR locations, and work closely with care centers prior to and during product conversions.
Maintain and monitor distribution statistics. Create and submit monthly reports and others, as requested.
Independently make decisions and act regarding supply shortages, keeping management informed, and/or make recommendations based upon analysis of information.
Assist in all supply and equipment product evaluations.
Work with Supply Chain leadership to implement system-wide standardized inventory control and cycle counting strategy to provide appropriate financial controls and management.
Deliver cost savings and value maximization to the total cost of ownership of equipment, supplies, and services while fulfilling the mission of the organization.
Ensure appropriate Internal Control processes are in place across the procurement cycle functions and are disseminated throughout the enterprise.
Provide day-to-day accountability for supply inventories, monitoring volumes, flow, and sourcing. The Inventory Control Analyst will provide oversight for inventory-related projects and assignments.
Utilize standardized system-wide dashboard analytics to measure inventory levels, ensure proper inventory controls and other supply chain operations key measures of performance to ensure they are measured and monitored, and goals are met.
Track care center launch construction timelines and coordinate deliveries.
Receive Care Center Launch deliveries and reconcile against received invoices.
Set up all medical supplies, office supplies, medical equipment and, oversee installation of art, signage, and furniture at new Care Centers.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Additional Salary Information: Benefits
Transforming healthcare isn’t easy. It takes hard work and dedication. That’s why we offer a highly competitive compensation and benefits package. Here are just a few of the benefits you'll receive.
Competitive base pay
Premium medical, dental, vision coverage with HSA, 401(k) retirement plan
Generous PTO (4 weeks) and paid holidays
Access to Vera care center services, VeraDirect telehealth, health coaching
Continuous learning and development, including internal coaching programs
Flexible remote work, team building and virtual company events
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About Vera Whole Health
This position based in Seattle, WA is accountable for the coordination of Facilities and Supply Chain functions during care center launches and managing assigned inventories through periodic inventories (daily, weekly, monthly, and quarterly cycle counts, annual physical counts), seeking alternative sources and materials when necessary, maintaining communication with care centers, monitoring supplies usage, and removing and disposing of obsolete or outdated products.