RPCI offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.
Description of Duties:
The Assistant Director, Materials Management assists the Director of Materials Management with planning, organizing and managing departmental functions and activities. The employee develops goals and objectives, establishes and implements policies and procedures for departmental operations, defines standards of performance and productivity, monitors departmental activities, and initiates changes to improve services. Duties include overseeing and guiding the transformation of Supply Chain Management (SCM) activities to leading-edge technologies and innovative procurement concepts such as strategies for the development and deployment of internet-based solutions to support seamless electronic interoperability between end-users, SCM staff members and suppliers. Responsibilities include providing direction to the Materials Management team with advancing the application of internet-based technologies with electronic vendor sourcing, contract administration, supplier relationship management, and electronic procurement designed to make the procure-to-pay process more efficient via spend analytics and optimization of the Institution’s supplier base. The Assistant Director assists with interfacing and coordinating all procurement-related technology enhancements, upgrades, support requests with Materials Management, IT and Finance support.
Applicants must have a Master’s degree in Procurement, Supply Chain Management, Finance, Information Technology, or a business-related field and the equivalent of five (5) years of full-time business or management experience in a healthcare facility, health system or other corporate procurement environment including two (2) years in a supervisory or a managerial role; or a Bachelor’s degree in Procurement, Supply Chain Management, Finance, Information Technology, or a business-related field and the equivalent of seven (7) years of full-time business or management experience in a healthcare facility, health system or other corporate procurement environment including two (2) years in a supervisory or a managerial role.
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