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The Division of Cardiovascular Medicine is currently seeking an Inventory Control Senior Supervisor to support supply chain product flow for its busy Cardiac Procedures Unit located in the Frankel Cardiovascular Center.
Oversee all aspects of Cardiac Procedures Unit purchasing and supply chain logistics. Procurement of items for Cardiac Procedures Unit which include:
• Our new Aikens Hybrid Cath Lab, lnterventional Cardiology, Electrophysiology, Echocardiography, and Electrocardiography. This includes contract review and negotiation in cooperation with Central Purchasing. Tracking costs and payment of items. Maintaining vendor relationships within University Policy and taking the lead for the CPU on compliance with University policy. Evaluates new items with faculty to negotiate terms and conditions for procuring them for the University • Inventory control - tracking items, assessing par levels and developing the vision for access and storage with the inventory control specialists and the clinical staff/faculty. Works with Technology to assist in inventory control • Develops and maintains reports for the CPU leadership and other leaders to track supply activity. Assists with budget development for the CPU and tracks variances to budget for supplies • Management of the inventory control specialists with full authority to evaluate, hire and fire. Responsible for organizing and providing vision for their work. • Works with Materials Management to improve systems and acts as a liaison to other University departments to standardize work and items across the Hospital. Acts as a liaison to other area hospitals to collaborate on supplies and equipment needed for patient care • Facilitates CDM acquisition for new items and works with billing staff to ensure appropriate codes are assigned supply items. • Designated Supply Systems Administrator for web based supply capture application. Establish parameters and alerts, oversee highlights and system bulletins and develop reports to assist with procurement of products for Cath and EP services. Assign user’s security and roles within application. Interface lead as it relates to inbound and outbound data to our clinical system. Address processes around outbound requisitions to our enterprise procurement system. • Primary for CRM invoice reconciliation and release of payment for other transactions exceeding departmental threshold. Assume the role of Department Second Level Approver for major purchases access of S100k. • Manage the process to audit procedures in cardiac unit with relation to implantable devices. Ensure that devices are accounted for on patient record and specified model and serial numbers are paid for accordingly. Access to clinical systems, supply capture, and procurement systems are necessary as independent sources. Develop and refine any necessary reports that assist facilitating this process. Communicate inquiries and data anomalies to Lab Managers, Supply Systems Analyst, and Division Admins in relation to these audits.
• Bachelor’s Degree in Supply Chain Management, Business Administration, or a related field. • Minimum of 3-4 years’ experience in hospital purchasing required • Demonstrated excellent interpersonal and communications skills are required and the ability to work collaboratively and effectively with a care team with the goal of service excellence and patient family centered care. • Demonstrated attention to detail and follow through • Demonstrated strong analytical and problem solving skills • Lean Management/Process Improvement experience or quality improvement project experience • Demonstrated good computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, and experience using supply systems
• 2-3 years’ experience in contracting and procurement • Master’s Degree in Supply Chain Management, Business Administration, or a related field. • Knowledge of the University of Michigan Hospital policies and procedures. • Minimum of 2 years’ experience supervising employees which includes hiring, orienting, mentoring, and performance evaluations.
Hours per week: 40. Hours/Shift: Monday through Friday; 8-hour Days; Hours: 08:00am-5:00pm or 8:30am-5:30pm. Flexibility needed to attend meetings during the day when necessary.
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