Director of Supply Chain Services
New York, NY
Title: Director of Supply Chain Services
Location: New York, NY
Occupational Category: Healthcare Finance and Operations
Description: Our client, a large teaching hospital system in NY Metro with a centralized Office of Supply Chain Services is seeking a Director of Supply Chain Services to assist in its transformation and help the system reduce its overall spend and streamline operational processes.
Reporting to the Senior Assistant Vice President of Strategic Sourcing, the Director, Supply Chain Services will provide leadership and hands on support for contract management, cost reduction initiatives, analytics, capital procurement, vendor management, negotiation, and reporting. The above responsibilities will be focused in the perioperative, procedural, laboratory, imaging and medical surgical care areas. The candidate must have a knowledge of the products, equipment and operational processes of the perioperative, procedural, and medical surgical care areas. The Director, Supply Chain Services will also have a knowledge of Medical Surgical distribution and inventory practices and must be able to manage multiple projects and tasks simultaneously meeting timelines and ensuring value for the system. The position requires a candidate with excellent written, verbal, and analytic skills.
- Bachelor's Degree required, Master's Degree preferred in Hospital Administration or related program preferred.
- 3+ years of experience in health and medical service administration or related field.
- Knowledge of Hospital capital equipment, disposables, processes, and regulatory requirements.
- Knowledge of healthcare supply chain management principles and concepts in procurement, receiving, distribution, replenishment, and equipment management.
- Knowledge of accounting principles, cost analysis, standard costing, statistical control and other strategies in costs management and process improvement.
- Technical skills in MS Office suite, EMR, ERP and current healthcare supply chain information systems.