Responsible for leading the development and implementation of strategic sourcing, contracting, and procurement. Will provide administrative leadership across multiple hospitals, long-term care, physician practices, and all other CaroMont Health entities. Develop system-level contract initiatives and forecast opportunities to drive organizational savings and efficiencies. This position will work collaboratively with any variety of entities, administrative individuals, teams, and groups of physicians and clinicians to develop and implement sourcing and contracting strategies that will minimize the organization's total cost of ownership for supplies, services, and capital purchases while maintaining a customer-focused culture and meeting the needs of diverse constituencies. This individual will be responsible for streamlining and automating the purchasing process and coordinating activities with the distribution and logistics teams. This individual will also leverage the enterprise's buying power in categories of spend that are common across all operations, employing state-of-the-art supply chain purchasing methods and technologies, implementing standardization and consistent procurement policies across CaroMont. Oversees GPO relationship and ensures a strong working relationship. Improve department and organizational performance and implement practices, policies, and procedures for highly reliable sourcing. Ensure exceptional performance by defining & monitoring key performance indicators. Lead by example through CaroMont CARES and Ensure all staff demonstrates CARES. Uphold corporate compliance standards and regulatory or professional agencies.
Qualifications: A Master's Degree from an accredited college or university in Hospital Administration, Health Care Planning, Business Administration, Public Administration, or an approved related program is required. Supply Chain, Purchasing, or Materials Management Certification preferred. Seven (7) years of progressive experience in Purchasing, Sourcing, or Contracting (with experience in the healthcare industry preferred), including three (3) years of full management/supervisory experience required.
EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability
8:30 am-5:00 pm