This is the supervisor for warehouse operations on the weekday shift: 2:30 PM to 11:00 PM. This staff member has direct hire, training, discipline responsibilities for a team of bargained and non-bargained for 6.8 employees including scheduling, payroll and other administrative functions. The staff member shares responsibility with the Intermediate Supervisor on the shift for 24.6 FTE across the whole shift. Together the two supervisors execute the daily operations plan for routine stock keeping for many CW inpatient, specialty areas, and clinics as well as support for all clinical areas on the main medical campus requesting supplemental orders and other assistance from the B2 warehouse. The supervisor is responsible for communicating any issues with inbound supplier shipments that occur on shift, including routine LUM orders as well as specialty and emergency orders. This team member is also responsible for routine quality assurance reviews and eliminating the risk of expired product for each unit during regularly scheduled reviews for all stocked locations. The supported footprint is any clinical area on the main medical campus that has supply needs between 2:30PM and 11:00 PM. The team member also activity participates and/or leads continuous improvement efforts including A3 development, root cause investigation, training development, delivery and other change management activities.
Supervise supply chain logistics including inventory control, receiving, put away, PAR replenishment, and product staging. LUM, CRQ, CRT, and MSR fulfillment and distribution.
Supervise daily operations of supply chain functions and inventory management.
Take physical inventory, complete cycle counts and make adjustments to the financial and physical resource system. manage the supply, storage, distribution and recording of all materials to maintain adequate quantities to supply the needs of the health system.
Maintain and develop plans to ensure unit supply needs are being met as their needs are constantly changing. Meet routinely with customers to ensure satisfaction and compliance.
Hire and evaluate/ critique the performance and proficiencies of staff. Interview, train, coach, and terminate employees. Handle and initiate all personnel forms related to payroll, appointment changes, and leaves of absences.
Handle and problem solve all complaints from customers and grievances including progressive disciple.
Use root cause analysis to problem solve and change processes and training to prevent re-occurrences.
1. 1-3 or more years’ experience leading /supervising with a proven record of progressive increased responsibility, solving more routine problems, leading shift or areas specific teams and working on simple projects OR 7 or more years working in a warehouse / inventory teams. Experience is preferred in the Health Care Inventory Management. Proficient computer (type 30+ word a minute) able to communicate clearly and professionally in person, on the phone and in email.
2. 1-3 years’ experience supervising / leading in 1 or 2 functional work areas within a Materiel Warehouse / Inventory Management Department- such as : Shipping and Receiving, Day Shift Warehouse operations and PAR stocking, PAR Maintenance, Specialty Cart Stocking, Customer Service, Midnight Receiving, Off Shift Warehouse operations and PAR stocking - OR similar areas in another warehouse or inventory management setting OR 7 or more years working in an inventory management setting.
Experience with hiring training, disciplining and terminating subordinate team members and able to learn how to successfully approve payroll for over 2 subordinate team members OR experience working in a union environment.
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