$150K — $200K *
Administers, directs and oversees Supply Chain Management (SCM) activities for one or more Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) entities within a geographic area. Reports to the Vice President of Supply Chain Management with an indirect (matrix) reporting relationship to one or more of the following Business Unit (BU) Leadership: Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer and/or VP Primary Care & Medical Centers. Develops SCM financial plans and monitors performance and trends to meet HFHS SCM strategic direction. Interfaces with HFHS SCM centralized service center functions of Strategic Sourcing, Procurement & Vendor Compliance, Logistics & Operations Management, and SCM Systems. Responsible for the implementation of system wide agreements working with Physicians, Clinicians, and BU Leadership within assigned geography. Conducts BU contract financial assessments and validates savings. Responsible for distribution and replenishment processes throughout the assigned geographic region including all clinical and non-clinical areas. Plans, analyzes and implements programs for distribution of supplies and equipment including but not limited to: inventory management analysis, product cost analysis and procurement analysis. Manages local SCM information systems content and collaborates with SCM Systems colleagues throughout HFHS. Works within SCM team to develop policies and procedures that can be implemented system wide focusing on standardization and process improvements. Maintains a quality assurance program to ensure both compliance with internal standards and those of regulatory agencies. Monitors and ensures effective resource utilization and develops/reports performance metrics. Interviews and selects candidates for other subordinate positions. Performs annual reviews for all subordinates and manages those who review others within SCM team for compliance.
REQUIRED: B.A. or B.S. degree in a related field. Minimum of five years experience in Supply Chain Management, Purchasing, Materials Management, Engineering or Finance. Minimum of three to five years' prior supervisory and budget management experience and background using materials management information systems preferred. Working knowledge of PeopleSoft Financial System, Microsoft Office Suite, Microsoft Visio and Microsoft Project preferred. Excellent interpersonal skills required. Computer knowledge required. Must possess outstanding cross-functional leadership skills. Must possess extremely strong management skills, with an emphasis on people development.
Valid through: 9/25/2020