This position is responsible for the successful utilization of the multiple inventory management systems platforms in use within OHSU Hospitals and Clinics, as well as internal Logistics systems. This position will be responsible for technical and tactical support to both the Logistics Warehouse and the Nursing community in order to identify and implement process and systems changes that will increase overall efficiency of the internal supply chain.
Process/procedures: creates implements and maintains processes and procedures for the uses of the inventory management systems platforms
Inventory: works with the warehouse and inventory managers to develop implement and monitor and inventory management program
Supply station: works with logistics supply automation, support staff to ensure that stock PAR levels are increased/decreased as needed, new items are added based on utilization needs, items are deleted as indicated and stock reorganization needs are met
Reporting functions: complies statistical data related to the inventory management restocking functions in order to measure success rates within the operation helping managers to make operational decisions
Project Management: responsible for project management duties as it relates to the inventory management environment
Logistics systems: acts as a local resource for researching and solving logistics systems issues within HOME, Spectrum, Oracle, etc.
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