Supply Chain O.R. Internal Control Coordinator in Miami, FL at HealthTrust

Date Posted: 7/30/2018

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    Miami, FL
  • Job Type:
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    7/30/2018

Job Description

THE COMPANY:
  • Take your career in the rightdirection – join us at HealthTrust. Amidst the fast-changing dynamics of healthcare within HealthTrust andour parent company (HCA – Hospital Corporation of America), come work as a SupplyChain Operating Room Internal Control Coordinator to put into practicesustainable, practical solutions that will ultimately transform patient careand the communities we support.
  • More than 1,600 hospitals havepartnered with HealthTrust to lower expenses and improve outcomes acrosshealthcare operations.
  • HealthTrust delivers supplychain, workforce, and clinical integration services to help healthcareproviders improve performance with superior pricing and operator-drivenpractices. This is accomplished by hiring valued individuals like you!
  • A seven-time recipient of a“Champion for Change” award from Practice Greenhealth, HealthTrust activelyencourages and enables ecologically responsible purchasing alongside fullyembracing a culture of integrity and a code of ethics.
THE POSITION:
  • Seeking a full-time SuplyChain O.R. Internal Control who demonstrates a passion for building andmaintaining all supply chains system activities within the operating room.
  • Directly responsible formaintaining Meditech O.R. preference cards and the Meditech O.R. Dictionarieswith respect to supplies. Clearly communicates changes and aids with educationto appropriate personnel in regards to preference card, supply changes and newsupply items. Participates with the O.R.’s physical inventory
  • Works with Clinical ResourceManager (CRM) and O.R. Material Manager on all O.R. Supply Cost managementprojects, including physical inventory counts.
  • Clean up and maintenance ofMeditech O.R. Inventory Dictionary, including building all supply items,entering all new supply items into Meditech and requesting new supply items inSMART system
  • Maintains crosswalk and othermaster file synchronization between Meditech O.R., POU Technology and SMARTsystem
  • Works with Clinical Resource Manager(CRM) and O.R. Material Manager on all O.R. Supply Cost management projects,including physical inventory counts. 


THE LOCATION:
Kendall Regional MedicalCenter – Miami, FL
  • The City of Miami gets itsname from one of the native tribes that lived in the region in the 1600s and1700s, the Mayaimi.
  • Miami has long been a vacationdestination for the famous and infamous alike/ In 1929, Al Capone bought a homeon the area’s Palm Island against the wishes of the isle’s residents. The mayorat the time, J. Newton Lummus, leapt to Capone’s defense once it was revealedthat the residence the crime boss purchased had been his.
  • Miami Beach is home to theWorld’s largest collection of Art Deco architecture.
  • The port of Miami is known asthe Cruise Capital of the World, serving almost five million passengersannually.
  • Miami has more than 800 parksin total and is the only U.S. City surrounded by two national ones: BiscayneNational Park and Everglades National Park.
  • Though it is best known forits gorgeous white sand beaches, you can find one of the country’s biggest(snow) skiing clubs in Miami Beach.


Job Requirements

WHY SHOULD YOU APPLY? 
  • To attract the best talent, HealthTrust offers one of the leading 401(k) plans in the healthcare industry (a 100% match on up to 9% of pay based on years of vesting service)
  • Generous Tuition Reimbursement program to support individuals seeking higher education.
  • Opportunities for professional growth and advancement.
  • Balance of working in partnership with other Facility Supply Chain Operating Room Technicians and completing tasks on an individual basis.
EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
  • This position requires the following minimal requirements:
  • Communication – communicates clearly and concisely
  • Customer orientation – establishes and maintains long-term customer relationships, building trust and respect by consistently meeting and exceeding expectations
  • Interpersonal skills – able to work effectively with other employees, supervisors, and external parties
  • Policies & Procedures – demonstrates knowledge and understanding of organizational policies, procedures and systems
  • PC skills – demonstrates proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and others as required
  • Basic skills – able to perform basic mathematical calculations, balance and reconcile figures, punctuate properly, spell correctly and transcribe accurately
  • Working knowledge of hospital supplies 
EDUCATION
  • High school diploma or GED is required
EXPERIENCE
  • Previous stock clerk experience is helpful. Some hospital supply experience preferred. 
CERTIFICATE/LICENSE
  • None 
PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORKING CONDITIONS – Must be able to stand and walk for long periods of time; sitting for short periods of time. Requires ability to push and pull a variety of carts and material handling equipment. Must be able to climb, stoop, kneel, bend, stretch and reach frequently. Must be able to make substantial movements of the wrists, hands, and fingers. Requires eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a keyboard, photocopier, telephone, calculator, and other office equipment. Requires ability to touch and differentiate textures and temperatures. Requires normal range of hearing and eyesight to record, prepare, and communicate reports through written and verbal means. Must be able to move and/or lift up to 50 pounds. Work may be performed in an office, patient care areas, as well as, a stockroom/supply room environment. Work may be stressful at times. Staff must remain flexible and available to provide staffing assistance for any/all disaster or emergency situations.
 
OSHA CATEGORY – The normal work routine involves no exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues (although situations can be imagined or hypothesized under which anyone, anywhere, might encounter potential exposure to body fluids). Persons who perform these duties are not called upon as part of their employment to perform or assist in emergency care or first aid, or to be potentially exposed in some other way.