Full-Time North America Inventory Control Specialist – Basilan Province
The Inventory Controller is an important component of the surgical team who is responsible for ensuring the availability of supplies for patients as well as operational supplies for the Pre-Op, Day Surgery Unit, and PACU while staying within the yearly budget. Using the OR schedule, preference cards, and purchasing history, the Inventory Controller forecasts requirements for planned surgical operations. He/she collaborates with the management to maintain par levels in order to achieve these objectives. The Inventory Controller guarantees the accuracy of PeopleSoft carts and the integration page, which maintain par levels and send supplies to the OR medical record, as well as places on surgeon preference lists for surgical operations to help in item retrieval. The inventory controller notifies relevant employees regarding product modifications. He/she establishes connections with Surgeons, Anesthesia staff, and nursing staff, and serves as an interdisciplinary team member, providing required things for excellent patient care and contributing to the achievement of critical objectives for the patient, the department, and the organization.
Job Title : North America Inventory Control Specialist
Location : Basilan Province, Basilan Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 22.62 per hour.
Company : J. Knipper And Company
Job Type : Full-Time
- On wooden crates and boxes, attaches labels for transportation. Posts and affixes stamps for weights and shipping charges. Improperly packaged goods are rejected, and the shipper is contacted to resolve any issues that may have occurred.
- Makes sure that all Implants for CPD are ordered on time. Checks all items every day and takes care of any that aren’t up to par. Tells the manager about any problems and helps with requests for loaner implant kits when needed. Makes sure that items are returned on time. Makes only a bill-only PO.
- Examining and analyzing data — Examining all 24-hour inventory movements and reconciling DLX and SAP inventory disparities We assess quality, damaged, and liquidated products. Lead – Knowing how the plant operates helps discover improvement opportunities.
- Getting from point A to point B is critical. Consequently, you will be in control of the Rome Plant’s inventory. You’ll be in control of warehouse inventory for shipping and receiving.
- Staying organized means managing the quality hold inventory, working with the Quality Supervisor, and making sure that all outbound and production orders have been post-goods issued and all incoming orders have been post-goods received. following food safety rules and keeping the place clean at all times
- Using a computer to input inventory data into an ERP system is recommended. Intake and distribution of materials. If necessary, modify the stock of supplies. In order to make informed judgments on the accuracy or state of inventory in diverse places, use a computer to evaluate data.
- Proactively developing and educating hourly labor and supporting talent management for hourly personnel. Supporting relevant initiatives while ensuring Diversity and Inclusion criteria are met
- Your primary responsibility will be to ensuring that all aspects of the shipping and receiving process run well, including inventory management, shipping and receiving reconciliation, and error reporting. Ensuring and enhancing all areas/shift reporting, including consumption and return reporting as well as K-LEAN compliance. Raw and packaged commodities will be balanced as you engage with plant financial staff and procurement. In addition, you’ll aid warehouse workers in counting the stock in their warehouses (each SKU has different cycle count requirements)
- Verifies incoming and departing shipments and prepares things for shipping. Compares identifying information, counts, weighs, or measures arriving and departing cargo to bill of lading, invoices, orders, or other data.
- For the sake of a healthy inventory, measurements are taken, checked, and reported on a regular basis. For operational analysis, identify and document the root cause, whether it is a process or a behavior.
- The person is needed to regularly stand, walk, sit, speak, and hear while performing the activities of this job. The employee must often use their hands to touch, handle, or feel items, as well as reach with their hands and arms. This work needs the individual to sometimes move or lift more than 50 to 100 pounds. This individual must be capable of visually inspecting products and delivery documentation.
- Expertise in inventory management and operating room computer operations Included is a rudimentary understanding of how to use a computer. Typing and data entry are not difficult. EPIC and PS skills are both available. Data from PO may be accessed and downloaded by handheld devices. Using a phone is made possible thanks to the equipment in the operating room.
- Clearly demonstrates the ability to communicate effectively in both spoken and written form in English. Maintains a level of professionalism, courtesy, and clear and succinct communication at all times. Capable of establishing productive working connections with other members of the health care team, including surgeons, anesthetic staff, nurses, and other medical personnel.
- Therefore, employees must be able to read and grasp delivery documents and product tickets. This person must be able to interact with delivery warehouse staff to relay inventory information. This work demands a person who is trustworthy, honest, and has the competence and drive to service clients quickly and professionally.
- a GED or high school graduation with extensive work experience, a bachelor’s degree in business administration, finance, or accounting, a working knowledge of the relevant system for inventory placement