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Community Health Systems, Inc.

141-016 - Materials Management Technician - Full-Time - All Shifts - REPLACEMENT

Community Health Systems, Inc. - Tucson, AZ

141-016 - Materials Management Technician - Full-Time - All Shifts - REPLACEMENT

Community Health Systems

Tucson

AZ

Job #658064128

Description:

Summary: Performs a wide variety of tasks including restocking of supplies, maintaining inventories, compiling stock records and addressing distribution issues of departments outside of the hospital building.

Essential Functions:

Stocks warehouse items in proper warehouse location maintaining FIFO stock rotation and warehouse order & cleanliness. Prepares warehouse stock items for general distribution from the proper warehouse location including tagging for use as patient charge items.

Performs equipment rounds to insure patient care equipment is properly stocked, clean, and ready for next patient use.

Receives requests (pull sheets) for supplies, selects stock from inventory and distributes supplies to designated areas. Expedites processing of goods in accordance with priorities and predetermined schedules.

Performs data entry into computer systems per established procedures maintaining keying accuracy and efficiency. Maintains department records, reports, and files as required.

Inventories routine supply storage areas and replenishes par levels. Inventories specialty supply storage areas, maintains familiarity with all products, and replenishes par levels.

Establishes, organizes, and maintains Par areas with accurate par locations, labels, and inventory count sheets.

Performs weekly QOH's in warehouse to verify accuracy of perpetual inventory. Corrects on-hand variances per procedure with accuracy .

Assists in maintaining the integrity of perpetual on hand accuracy by participating in all Semi-Annual inventories and routine cycle counts.

Notifies appropriate personnel when in-house stock reaches order point or when ordered material is past scheduled delivery date.

Performs other job duties relevant to the position as assigned.

Qualifications

Education: High School diploma/GED preferred or equivalent experience required.

Experience: At least one year of experience as a Distribution Tech I required or at least two years of experience in medical and surgical distribution required.

Skills: Ability to read, communicate, and document effectively through oral, written, or electronic means. Familiarity with medical terminology, computer experience, and excellent customer service skills. Ability to prioritize and respond promptly to a changing workload.

Job:

Materials Management

Organization:

Northwest Medical Center Tucson

Location:

AZ-Tucson

Requisition ID:

1822844

Updated 05/07/2018

16 days 9 hours ago

Community Health Systems, Inc.

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141-016 - Materials Management Technician - Full-Time - All Shifts - REPLACEMENT Community Health Systems, Inc. - Tucson, AZ, United States

   

Location: Tucson, AZ

Company Profile:
Community Health Systems is founded with the first purchase of a hospital in May 1985. The second hospital purchase took place soon thereafter in January 1986. 1991: The company issues its initial public offering. June 1996: An affiliate of Forstmann Little & Co. acquires the company in a $1.1 billion leveraged buyout. Month 1997: Wayne T. Smith is recruited as President and Chief Executive Officer, adding Chairman of the Board Responsibilities in 2001. His appointment as CEO begins a period of exponential growth through acquisitions and improved operations. June 2000: Community Health Systems, Inc. is taken public for the second time on the New York Stock Exchange trading under the symbol CYH with an initial offering price of $13 per share. July 2007: Community Health Systems, Inc. completes the acquisition of Triad Hospitals, Inc. adding more than 50 hospitals and nearly doubling the size of the organization. The acquisition includes subsidiary Quorum Health Resources, LLC (QHR), a hospital management and consulting company with approximately 150 independent community hospital clients. January 2014: Community Health Systems, Inc. completes the acquisition of Health Management Associates, Inc., adding approximately 70 hospitals to the organization.