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Director of Materials Management

Fresno, CA
\*\*\*\*MUST have prior experience within a Hospital\*\*\*\* Responsible for the coordination of the materials management system throughout the hospital with regards to procurement, processing and distribution of materials and services. This system should meet or exceed the requirements of the hospital and be accomplished at the most favorable cost. Reasonable accommodation Statement: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the position without compromising patient care. Minimum Education: High School Degree or equivalent. Minimum Work Experience: Five years of experience in materials management preferred. Required Skills: Knowledge of Joint Commission and state regulations. Ability to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing. Ability to demonstrate clear oral and written communication skills Ability to effectively plan and prioritize work. Ability to maintain collaborative working relationships to ensure a positive and productive work environment. Ability to provide exceptional customer service. Knowledge and proficiency of Microsoft Office and/or related software. Essential Functions Coordinates productive hours, space, equipment and expense as they relate to materials and services contracts. Develops policies and procedures in the areas of procurement, inventory control, receiving and storage, distribution, duplicating and mail transport throughout the hospital. Interfaces directly with all departments in the hospital with regards to materials that have been requested to ascertain specifications and need. Is essential in the involvement of all aspects and functions of the department. Maintains adequate operating supply levels in the facility and coordinate timely supply distribution. Maintains biomedical equipment in good working order. Maintains good interdepartmental and intradepartmental relationships by providing the highest level of services, management assistance and open communication. Resolves personnel concerns at the departmental level, utilizing the grievance process as required. Reviews for approval all duplicating requirements of the various departments of the hospital with the highest level of service, management assistance and open communication. Other duties as assigned. Functional Demands Physical Demands Lift up to 10 pounds: 2/3 and more of time Lift up to 25 pounds: 1/3 to 1/2 of time Lift up to 50 pounds: up to 1/3 of time Push/Pull: up to 1/3 of time Reach with hands and arms: 2/3 and more of time Sit: up to 1/3 of time Stand: 2/3 and more of time Stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl: up to 1/3 of time Talk or hear: 2/3 and more of time Use hands to finger, handle or feel: 2/3 and more of time Walk: up to 1/3 of time Work Environment Body fluid exposure: Yes Extreme cold (non-weather): 1/3 to 1/2 of time Extreme heat (non-weather): 1/3 to 1/2 of time Fine Dexterity: Both (7+ hours) Fumes or airborne particles: up to 1/3 of time Grasping: firm/heavy: Both (5-6 hours) Grasping: simple/light: Both (5-6 hours) Outdoor weather conditions: 1/3 to 1/2 of time Repetitive use of hands: Both (7+ hours) Risk of electrical shock: up to 1/3 of time Risk of radiation: up to 1/3 of time Work near moving mechanical parts: up to 1/3 of
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