Located on a lush tropical campus, our flagship hospital, 1,368 bed AdventHealth Orlando serves as the major tertiary facility for much of the Southeast, the Caribbean and South America
AdventHealth Orlando houses one of the largest Emergency Departments and largest cardiac catheterization labs in the country
We are already one of the busiest hospitals in the nation, providing service excellence to more than 32,000 inpatient and 125,000 outpatient each year
Work Hours/Shift: Monday-Friday 7:00am-3:30pm, must be flexible
Works closely with department management, leadership, physicians and/or surgeons, and Materials Management Shared Services leadership to meet established goals and exceed expectations. Supervises daily operations of all inventory management services and teams which may include both in/out-patient operating rooms, Central and/or General Supply areas, campus supply carts (via periodic asset replenishment methodologies), and other clinical perioperative specialty/procedural areas to ensure a smooth and efficient operation. Ensures all members of the team(s) are keeping stocking levels sufficiently maintained while achieving economical results. Supervises all staff members’ and leads’ daily performance and holds them accountable for completing and excelling in their daily assignments. Provides technical support for the inventory system through the Materials Management programs and SurgiNet. Utilizes hospital performance improvement processes (such as assess, plan, implement, evaluate, etc.) to address challenges and meet the goals assigned. Actively participates in outstanding customer service and accepts responsibility in maintaining relationships that are equally respectful to all.
Demonstrates through behavior AdventHealth’s core Values of Keep Me Safe, Love Me, Make it Easy, and Own It.
Develop department team’s schedules to ensure adequate coverage for all areas (up to 24 hours / 7 days a week), services and maintains labor within designated staffing levels. Coordinates and supervises the activities of assigned inventory leads and inventory control personnel, receiving, and delivery clerks or functions.
Manage Central Supply’s inventory, staff, code-cart trays, incoming/outgoing calls, item requests, billing & IDTs and delivery functions as required
Ensures that daily par cart and package scanning compliance is met. Ensures that supplies are stocked at appropriate levels. Ensures that supplies are stored in environments that are DNV-compliant. Verifies policy and procedure compliance routinely using various auditing tools. Ensures all standard operating procedures are followed by all personnel.
Completes employee performance evaluations and ensures all educational requirements for the team are fulfilled within the designated timeframes.
Manages periodic and annual inventory process, and reports data as appropriate. Tracks, assesses, and interprets data relative to department and service area(s) performance measures.
Cross-trains in all areas assigned and facilitates cross-training of the team.
Meets with leadership, management, surgeons, physicians, and/or other representatives of assigned service areas to set goals and expectations that align with department initiatives. Ensures the right items are managed and the appropriate stocking levels are maintained with high service levels while achieving economical results.
Ensures equipment utilized by the teams is available and in good working condition.
Assists department or Facility leadership in meeting budgetary goals and key quality initiatives. Supports quality initiatives for customer focus through Support Services team development programs. Meets with Shared Services Materials Management and department leadership as required.
Provides technical support for the inventory system through the Materials Management system and SurgiNet.
Performs other duties as assigned or directed to ensure the smooth operation of the department(s). This may include additional responsibilities to cover for other supervisors and/or department management/leadership as needed.
Accountable for assuring compliance and providing evidence of performance with DNV and other regulatory requirements for supply management are met
Adheres to applicable practice standards specific to area of responsibility, including monitoring supply storage and disposal to ensure compliance
Promotes a safe environment. Takes appropriate action in emergency situations, is aware of and controls hazards that may endanger patients, visitors and employees, and identifies and reports environmental concerns to the management team per protocol
Ensures adherence to appropriate regulatory standards and Florida Hospital policies and procedures
Executes and monitors operating budgets, tracking tools, and schedules for cost center(s) assigned to ensure the allocation of appropriate staffing, professional development, space, supplies, equipment, etc., for maintaining and improving quality of service and performance standards as applicable within scope of responsibility
Responsible for supporting, defending and making measurable efforts to exceed budgetary expectations for all applicable cost centers assigned
Responsible for financial reports and cost analysis for areas of responsibility. Prepares appropriate financial materials and supporting documentation required internally or externally to assist with supply chain decision-making. Creates ad hoc reports providing operating cost details
Maintains high-standards and quality in the facilitation of cost savings and containment
Meets with campus Leadership and department Leads to review monthly budget cost analysis and supply requests
Ensures that all department(s) within scope of responsibility operate within allocated budget
Oversees capital purchases, rentals and equipment purchases/rentals as needed. May negotiate with vendors for best pricing and ensures the proper approval process is completed. Provides tracking documentation for these purchases, rentals, repairs and loaners per guidelines
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