Kadlec Operating Room Materials Inventory Specialist - ASC in Richland, Washington
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Kadlec has an exciting opportunity for a Operating Room Materials Inventory Specialist ASC to join our growing Materials Management team located in Richland, Washington!
Shift Details: Full time, 1.0 FTE, Day Shift.
- Three (3) years healthcare materials management and/or purchasing experience required.
Associate's Degree in Business from an accredited educational institution.
1 year perioperative experience.
Bi-lingual or multi-lingual skills.
Duties includ e, but are not limited to, the following:
• Demonstrate and sustain compliance with Kadlec Caregiver Expectations Standard of Excellence and Code of Conduct.
• Understand, embrace, and instill Kadlec’s Mission, Vision and Values.
• Act as liaison with Sterile Processing and Operating Room personnel to communicate in-coming and out-going instrumentation/implants and/or equipment to insure needed coverage for upcoming surgeries.
• Coordinate with scheduler, physicians and staff for special requests of equipment or instrumentation as needed.
• Assure all non-stock supplies are re-ordered in a timely manner.
• Work with physicians regarding capital equipment requests.
• Complete requests for contingency funds as needed.
• Communicate with incoming physicians to insure their transitions are as seamless as possible.
• Facilitate the gathering and dissemination of pertinent information related to their transfer to Kadlec Regional Medical Center.
• Assist in preparation of material and service budgets.
• Ensure adherence to budget using monthly detail reports as a guide.
• Verify Operating Room invoices for accuracy.
• Investigate any discrepancies and reconciles as necessary.
• Interview sales representative and vendors in conjunction with Materials Management to obtain OR specific information.
• Establish and maintain professional and ethical relationships with vendors.
• Keep informed of new OR products/equipment and shares with physicians and staff.
• Review current charge-master with manager/s and updates as new inventory is introduced.
• Collaborate with nurse manager to evaluate cost-efficiency of billing.
• Review surgical schedule daily to anticipate inventory/billing needs.
• Make regular rounds in surgical suite and of specialty carts to anticipate outdated inventory.
• Ensure inventory is current and rotated.
• Monitor equipment control including maintenance and repair records in collaboration with biomedical engineer.
• Assure compliance with established Federal and State laws and regulations, group purchasing organization requirements and Kadlec’s policies and procedures.
• Operate a variety of office equipment including computers, calculator, facsimile, copier and telephone.
• Use a variety of software applications such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word.
• Service as a liaison for updating preference cards and maintaining the resource catalog.
• Compile all documents required by the FDA for allograft accreditation. (These documents are in accordance with AAAHC standards and must be kept current).
• Interface with Risk Management regarding any potential issues that may arise relating to products used as well as procedures performed.
• Adhere to standard policies as outlined in department related to infection control, fire and safety, hazardous chemicals, personnel policies and departmental procedures.
• Attend all required safety training programs and can describe his/her responsibilities related to general safety, department/service safety, and specific job-related hazards.
• Coordinate with other facilities when items are loaned or sold.
• Complete the billing process with accounting to reconcile that appropriate charges are administered.
• Facilitate as needed for product returns and proper reporting of product failures.
• Demonstrate respect and regard for the dignity of all patients, families, visitors, and fellow employees to ensure a professional, responsible and courteous environment.
• Promote effective working relations and works effectively as part of a department/unit team.
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Job Category: Administrative (Non-Clinical)
Req ID: 313221