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Inventory Specialist

Wasson Enterprise

Wasson Enterprise

Los Angeles, CA, USA · Los Angeles, CA, USA · United States
Posted on Thursday, July 4, 2024
The Inventory Specialist is responsible for both traditional medical/surgical supplies management and 2-Bin Kanban project supply chain systems. This role is responsible for the accurate and efficient counting, stocking, and auditing of consumable medical/surgical supplies, pharmaceuticals, surgical implants, instruments, and other hospital assets. This role may also be responsible for installing and maintaining 2-Bin Kanban project supply chain lines, including assembling and adjusting inventory storage racks. This is a temporary position that will require travel. Essential Functions and Responsibilities: Accurately capture inventory count data in the HITS program, utilizing Excel or paper count sheets as instructed by the Team Leader or other Inventory Management. Perform inventory counts, ensuring all items are accounted for and reported according to established policies. Report discrepancies in inventory to the Team Leader. Maintain a high level of competency in using technology for inventory data capture, including the HITS application. Regularly communicate with the Team Leader regarding any issues with the HITS program and/or computer equipment. Assemble/disassemble and adjust inventory storage racks, carts, and shelving for supplies. Install carts to each par location. Organize and stock inventory shelving as directed by the supervisor and hospital staff teams. Read data for supplies description, item number, par, and unit of measurement (uom). Pick one (1) each of supplies for each par location and label with a temporary label. Bin and stage supplies on carts with appropriate bin size and label. Label bins and carts. Accurately capture inventory count data in the HITS program using Excel or paper count sheets as instructed by the Team Leader or other Inventory Management. Follow procedures and protocols outlined in job orientation and training. Follow company procedures, guidelines, and standards in customer service, equipment utilization, and internet usage. Maintain a high level of competency in utilizing technology for inventory data capture, including the HITS application. Attend staff and training meetings for ongoing updates related to Field Operations. Communicate with the Team Leader daily to troubleshoot challenges. Collaborate daily with various teams while working on projects. Follow Inventory Counter procedures and protocols outlined in job orientation and training. Perform duties in a timely and effective manner, adhering to established company policies to achieve overall objectives. Required Qualifications: High school education, GED or equivalent combination of education and experience Must be able to meet required standards to work within a hospital - including background check, drug test and medical vaccinations. State Issued Driver’s License and clean driving record preferred in addition to reliable transportation and the ability to travel extensively Must possess a mobile phone to be able to use company apps for timekeeping purposes Ability to use inventory computer programs to update counts and compile reports Must present a professional appearance Ability to work independently and as a member of various teams Acute attention to detail Versatility, flexibility, and a willingness to work within constantly changing priorities Must be able to speak, read, write, and understand the primary English language This position requires frequent travel across the US Preferred Qualifications: Medical and/or pharmaceutical product knowledge 1 year of inventory count or supply chain experience is preferred While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to do the following: Travel extensively to US based hospitals Stand and/or sit for prolonged periods Walking for prolonged periods Stooping, bending, and/or reaching to count products and/or handle equipment Perform repetitive motion activities Understand and respond to a diverse population Ability to lift to 50lbs The compensation for the Clinical Inventory Specialist can range from $13.00-16.00 per hour.The base hourly range represents the anticipated low and high end of GHX’s salary range for this position. Actual salaries will vary and will be based on various factors, such as candidate’s qualifications, skills, competencies and proficiency for the role. The base salary is one component of GHX’s total compensation package for employees. #J-18808-Ljbffr