Director of Materials Logistics
New York NY
Title: Director of Materials Logistics
Location: New York City, NY
Occupational Category: Healthcare Finance and Operations
Description: Hiring a Director of Materials Logistics for our client, a major academic healthcare system. The Director of Materials Logistics will oversee all logistic activities, including Supply Chain, Inventory, Receiving, and Shipping.
- Oversite of a 47,000 Sq. ft. Distribution Center (1400 products) and 34 associates, streamlining the day-to-day distribution of supplies throughout the system, including patient floors at the various Medical Center par locations.
- Analyze business operations, make recommendations, provide solutions, design desired outcomes, and implement the processes of the system in an innovative manner.
- Work collaboratively with department heads to achieve desired outcome, providing solutions, measuring outcomes, and educating staff to make data driven decisions.
- Provide leadership and direction to build teams whose focus will be customer service oriented and whose goal will be seamless delivery of service.
- Support Service Excellence Initiatives.
- Support efforts to provide superior patient care
- Develop staff professionally to ensure technical skills are leading edge.
- Implement and enhance processes for Standardization of products ensure replacement and new materials are properly set up in the system.
- Assist with the budget, business plan, and strategic direction for the department.
- Review inventory levels, monthly expenditures, OTPS, accuracy of budget lines.
- Develops long and short-range plans for the design, evaluation implementation and measurement of computerized solutions to facility operations using BIS
- BS degree; MS preferred
- 10 to 15 years’ experience in materials management in health care or business concentration.
- Direct and indirect supervisory experience and understanding of project, diversity and quality management, computer literate required.
- Familiar with information systems and new technology