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61410374 Distribution Tech - BMSI Supply Chain SCDNNJ - Denville, NJ

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Distribution Tech - BMSI Supply Chain SCDNNJ


PHS Bio-Medical Services




Position Type
Part Time < 60



The Distribution Technician counts and replenishes all par supply areas. Uses the computer system to perform distribution activities. Receives supplies and equipment. Maintains storeroom, delivers supplies to departments.



  1. Accurately counts nursing supply PAR levels and carts for all charge/non-charge items.
  2. Consistently follows FIFO (First in First out) principles.
  3. Apprises the Director/Manager and Coordinator daily of potential stock-out situations.
  4. Key counts into the computer system and generates pick ticket.
  5. Pulls supplies needed to replenish PARS as designated by the pick ticket.
  6. Puts supplies onto shelves or carts in appropriate Nursing area.
  7. Maintains cleanliness and organization of PAR levels.
  8. Makes changes to PARS or quotas as directed by the Materials Manager/Director
  9. Removes any extra supplies or overage that may be stored in unofficial PAR areas.
  10. Follows thru on back ordered items to PARS and notifies department in need.
  11. Maintains inventories for appropriate levels of supply in all supply areas.
  12. Refills Supply Stations accurately and in a timely manner.
  13. Responds to special or urgent supply request appropriately and in a timely manner.
  14. Removes inactive users not accessing the system within 60 days from the system or upon notification from Unit Director, Human Resources or Information Services.
  15. Inventory counts are done weekly for those items not filled since last count.
  16. Runs quarterly, non-refill items, least 20 used items, tops 20 used items and monthly usage reports.
  17. Monthly monitoring of NULL Transaction Trending reports to assist in providing timely feedback when corrective action is necessary.
  18. Performs other duties as assigned or required.
  19. Takes receipt of delivered goods, at the receiving area and signs delivery document presented by driver or designee.
  20. Verifies number of boxes unloaded by shipper.
  21. Assures all received packages are documented in the Daily Receipt log.
  22. Unpacks, inspects and receives shipment, verifies all items received against packing slip and Purchase Order making receiving notations.
  23. Attaches packing slips and freight documents to P.O.
  24. Generates receiving documents from computer and attached to front of P.O. when backorders are present.
  25. Delivers received goods to requesting department or Inventory shelves in a timely manner.
  26. Gives priority to "RUSH" shipments or packages containing dry ice or labeled "Refrigerate upon arrival".
  27. Equipment deliveries are given to Bio-Med along with a copy of the purchase order, for inspection before delivery to requesting department.
  28. Accurately separates stock and non-stock deliveries for proper handling
  29. Obtains legible signature on purchase order on all non-stock goods.
  30. Consistently inspects incoming deliveries for damage and contents are intact.
  31. Assures accuracy of items received by verifying items received to packing slip provided.
  32. Keys received items into the departmental information system.
  33. Notifies the Buyer or Director or Manager of receipt of back order status, problems or discrepancies related to receiving or receipt of Capital equipment.
  34. Assures that all stock items are placed in the appropriately assigned location.
  35. Designates adequate shelf space for stock supplies based on usage classification and accessibility.
  36. Ensures that all expired items are removed from the shelf in a timely manner and removed from the Materials management information system.
  37. Processes all outgoing shipments in a timely manner.
  38. Assures that all outgoing shipments are packaged appropriately.
  39. Maintains accurate shipping logs.
  40. Floor is routinely and adequately swept.
  41. Trash is emptied routinely and adequately.
  42. Excess boxes are broken down and removed.
  43. Supplies are organized or placed neatly on shelves.
  44. All other duties as assigned or required.



  1. High School Graduate or Equivalent Experience.
  2. Previous experience in Materials Management preferred.
  3. Basic computer skills.
  4. Knowledge of supply automation system preferred
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Hospital Business Services, Inc.
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Prime Healthcare Services and the non-profit Prime Healthcare Foundation employ more than 35,000 people and own and operate 34 acute care hospitals in California, Kansas, Nevada, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, Alabama and Missouri. Prime Healthcare was recognized as a Top 15 Health System in the nation in 2013 and 2012. It also earned the distinction in 2009.

The Truven Health Analytics "100 Top Hospitals" award winners for Prime Healthcare in 2015 were Centinela Hospital Medical Center (fourth time), Chino Valley Medical Center (fourth time), Desert Valley Hospital (sixth time) Garden Grove Hospital Medical Center (fourth time), Paradise Valley Hospital (second time) and Shasta Regional Medical Center (third time). Six of the nine California community hospitals that earned this distinction were Prime Healthcare hospitals. Prime Healthcare hospitals have earned this recognition 33 times.

With nearly 3,000 U.S. hospitals surveyed, the hospitals demonstrated that high-quality patient outcomes can be achieved while improving efficiency. If all hospitals in the U.S. performed at the same level as the 100 Top Hospitals award winners:
•Nearly 126,500 additional lives could be saved
•Nearly 109,000 additional patients could be complication-free
•$1.8 billion in inpatient costs could be saved
•The typical patient could be released from the hospital half a day sooner
•Episode-of-illness expense would be 2 percent lower than the peer median

According to Truven the majority of the 2015 award winners have produced year-to-year performance improvement, as well. This speaks to the consistent focus on excellence by the entire organization and the men and women who serve patients.
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Direct Employer
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66 Ford Road
Denville, NJ 07834

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