DescriptionReporting to the Director of Materials Management, the Material Resource Utilization Coordinator (MRUC) combines strong analytical, computer, and communication skills with knowledge of products and equipment and expertise in procurement processes to work as a consultant/resource to coordinate and assist healthcare providers and department management in selecting and procuring the most cost effective material resources available to meet or exceed the Medical Center's high standards for quality care. The MRUC analyzes, interprets, and facilitates the use of data in product/equipment selection and resource utilization efforts. The MRUC employs strong leadership skills in coordinating or participating in the efforts of multi-disciplinary teams of healthcare professionals. The MRUC routinely presents proposals and recommendations to clinicians, physicians, and department management regarding material resource utilization, product/equipment quality issues, supply costs, procurement processes, etc. The MRUC also works closely with Clinical Support, Logistics, and departmental personnel to coordinate material resource issues during the redesign and implementation of new healthcare delivery systems and takes an active role in the healthcare community, sharing innovations, supply cost, and resource utilization information and concerns with physicians, clinicians, other department personnel. The MRUC supervises the daily operations of assigned service area to assure service and quality meet established standards.
Three to five years of clinical or medical product knowledge/sales experience is required.
Proven leadership skills in organization, team building, training, and problem solving are required.
Working knowledge of specific computer applications (spreadsheet, word processing, data base) is required.
Strong analytical skills are required to address operational and system problems, to gather and interpret financial and clinical data, and to prepare clear, concise management reports that alert department management to opportunities and propose appropriate action plans.
Strong interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills are required to share complex information with physicians, department management, corporate personnel and other Medical Center staff.
Independent judgement is required to prioritize tasks and projects and work without a significant amount of day to day supervision.
Flexibility and the willingness to adapt to evolving job roles within the constantly changing work environment of the Medical Center is required.
A bachelor's degree in business, marketing or a healthcare related field or equivalent on-the-job work experience
Knowledge of the Medical Center's specific hospital materials management, financial and/or clinical information systems
Applicants will be afforded equal opportunity without discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, marital status, national origin or ancestry, age physical or mental handicap unrelated to ability or an unfavorable discharge from military service.
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