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We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Coord-Clin Equipment Svcs.
In this role, the successful candidate Position Summary:The Coordinator ensures effective operations of area and departmental supply/equipment issues by coordinating all aspects ofclinical equipment inventory control.
- Performs environmental and equipment rounds in a routine manner and addresses issues in a timely manner.
- Evaluates proposed equipment needs and purchases in light of clinical necessity, practicality and budgetary implications. Orders and receives new equipment and coordinates training for its utilization.
- Reviews and analyzes allocation of space and the utilization of supplies in order to project changes necessary to accommodate new technology or equipment.
- Demonstrates a thorough knowledge of the non-salary budget on a service and unit level.
- Assists leadership in the submission and preparation of capital requests, complete with clinical justifications, relevant repair or replacement costs as well as providing manufacturer costs and specifications.
- Ascertains operating expense impact of capital purchases. Demonstrates the implementation of cost reduction/savings initiatives on a service/unit level.
- Reviews work priorities and unit planning with the Nurse Managers and Director of Nursing and assists in the daily coordination of workflow between units and support services.
- Fully participates in the following committees: Logistics/Nursing Payroll and Unit Leadership meetings. Responds to and completes committee assignments and recommendations in a timely manner.
- Consistently identifies and initiates activities or actions that improve the flow of information and supplies.
- Demonstrates ability to use existing resources, staff, reports, etc. to provide quick evaluations and recommendations on assigned projects.
- May participate in the development of fiscal responsibility with nursing leadership and staff on the unit/service level. Identifies a problem and takes action to correct the problem.
To qualify you must have a Minimum Qualifications:Bachelors Degree in business administration or related discipline and 3 years relevant experience or an quivalent combination of education and experience. Must include 2 years inventory management experience. Excellent analytical, organizational, troubleshooting, communication, and problem solving skills required. Computer proficiency with knowledge of Windows-based applications is required. Ability to prioritize projects, and process multiple tasks as required. Ability to communicate with others in an effective and concise manner.
Preferred Qualifications:Masters Degree in Health Administration and 4 years; clinical inventory management experience in a complex hospital sytem or medical center. Strong data analysis and report preparation experience is preferred.
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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