Bethesda, MD United States ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Inventory Management Specialist Average Hours Worked: 40
Supervisor: Andrea Eason Phone: 301-295-3668 Duties and Related Skills:
• Establishes and implements strategic and operational goals for the Pharmacy Supply Center (PSC) program.
• Ensures the efficient, effective, and compliant administration of the Controlled Substance Management Program.
• Establishes accountability and control, to include internal control procedures that provide optimum protection against fraud, waste, misuse, and abuse of Government property during the receipt, movement, storage, issuance and disposal cycles.
• Ensures internal processes, procedures, CFR 21 instructions, and infrastructure are documented, maintained with accuracy, and adhered to in daily operations.
• Ensures Controlled Substance records are consistent, accurate and updated throughout the property lifecycle.
• Inventoried, reconciled and maintained stock levels for all pharmacy stocked products.
• Works with technical partners to continuously design and configure a data pharmacy system that streamlines queries, reports and development outcome, the overall organization.
• Develops a risk management framework that includes a continuous monitoring program that provides for the ongoing audit, analysis, and validation of asset data and the review of internal processes governing the receipt, movement, storage, issuance and disposal of property.
• Analyze data for inconsistencies, data gaps and data governance failures; engage in problem solving and recommend corrective action.
• Serves as a Contracting Officer's Representative, level II certifications, ensuring adherence to the organization's acquisition and contracting policies and procedures. Monitored contractors progress, procedures, techniques, methods and controls affecting the management, logistics, and operations of the Pharmacy Supply Center management program.
• Communicates, collaborates, and drives results with property management partners, internal and external to the agency. Brief senior leadership on program progress and results.
• Conducts and report on property reconciliation and audit activities.
• Utilizes the SQBX asset tracking software and Zentory for inventory management.
- Inventory Management Specialist at Department of Defense, Uniformed Services University
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Address: 1201 E. 9th Street, Bonham, Texas 75418
Phone No: 903/583-6775
Job Title: Inventory Management Specialist - CWT
Starting and Ending Dates: 7/01/18 thru Present (program end date)
Supervisor: Joseph Shellman
Supervisor Phone Number: 903/583-1412
Average Hours Worked Per Week: 35
• Managed and monitored prosthetic stock at multiple locations using well established and commonly applied stock principles and methodologies to determine need based on usage, prescription trends, delivery times, product availability, alternate sources and similar factors
• Involved in quality improvement discussions, monitors, timely delivery and issuance of items and services
• Possess knowledge of a wide range of prosthetic items and equipment used to overcome the impact of disabilities
• Possess knowledge of the Prosthetic Inventory Package (PIP) as it relates to bar coded inventory processes to effectively manage stock, by assuring timely replenishment of stock and item availability
• Place bar codes on newly received inventory to ensure it is labelled appropriately and that stock is turnover for first in - first out process
• Receive items into the warehouse setting
• Deliver items to requestor when applicable and ensure documentation is provided to the appropriate staff member for recording into the patient's prosthetic record
• Comprehensive knowledge is used in inventory management principles (stockroom capacity, product packaging information, item usage history) to effectively determine if/when intervention is needed to add or delete items from stock, determine par/stock levels, and assure maximum turnover of warehouse stock inventory and maintain no more than a 30-day supply on hand
• Assist in evaluating complex and routine inventory management problems and develop effective solutions
• Effectively communicates with physicians, therapists, nursing and other staff as well as patients and caregivers
• Deal with a wide range of people with differing medical and/or emotional problems, disabilities and educational backgrounds in a professional manner
• Troubleshoot, repairs and/or assembles medical equipment such as wheelchairs, powerchairs, rollators, walkers, etc.
• Primary work environment is a warehouse setting and consists of walking, climbing and carrying light to medium-heavy stock items
• Uses safety procedures and equipment provided per VA policy and reports unsafe conditions when applicable
• Keeps work area organized, clean and neat
• Uses varied types of machinery and/or tools to include but not limited to: forklift, pallet jack, electric drill, hammer, screw drivers, etc.
• Protects sensitive information covered under the provision of the Privacy Act of 1974 and other applicable laws and regulations
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Kaiserslautern, Rheinland-Pfalz Germany 11/2016 - 12/2018 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Hours per week: 40 Series: 2010 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 09 Inventory Management Specialist (This is a federal job) Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: INVENTORY PROCESSES: Coordinate and control accurate acquisition management, receipt, storage, and shipment of semi perishable and perishable goods. Review and maintain inventory levels within the DeCA Interim Business System (DIBS) computerized inventory management system in accordance with agency guidelines to ensure that balances on hand are sufficient to support commissary mission readiness within theater operations. Self-motivated, independently initiates corrective actions to resolve not in stock merchandise to enhance replenishment actions. Review and evaluate stock levels for all line items based on usage, inventory, project demands, seasonal demands, customer needs, and projected depletion. Initiate procurement directives to attain stock levels on a timely basis. Research and gather facts of historical records to determine consumption forecast in order to maintain adequate stocks of merchandise. Analyze product movement and seasonality factors within all stores to optimize product assortment and availability. Verify balance on hand and investigate variances. Initiate the distribution of excess merchandise to meet requisitioning demands. ADMINISTER SUPPLY PROGRAM: Review reports, records and other supply documents to determine the quantities that can be procured most economically. Develop supply control studies to evaluate past supply transaction to forecast future transactions. Analyze product movement to optimize product assortment and availability. Conduct statistical analysis of consumption data to accurately order product. Reviews and validates location accuracy and case accuracy percentages to determine changes in transactions and processes of warehouse operations. Analyze consumption and recommend orders based on lead time and shelf life. Study inventory management systems to track current trends and predict future needs. Conduct weekly not-in-stock checks of all line items - key metrics in identifying problem areas for quick resolutions. Review Region Stock List (RSL) to make recommendations for deleting items with insufficient patron demands. Monitors inventory levels at the Central Distribution Center (CDC) to ensure accurate product ordering is maximized and excess minimized. COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY ORALLY AND IN WRITING: Write reports using personal computer based software such Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point. Plan and deliver oral and written communications that are impactful and persuasive to management. Prepare analytical reports/briefings on merchandise performance. Provide technical advice to Industry partners on supply and demand issues. Establish a fruitful working relationship with Industry partners, co-workers and, store personnel, providing a positive and cohesive work environment. Conducts weekly and sometimes daily direct interaction with customers and vendors providing them an updated status of their ordered product. Interacts directly with transportation management, inquiring about inbound deliveries on a weekly basis. CUSTOMER SERVICE: Demonstrate understanding, courtesy, tact, empathy, and concern in handling stressful situations utilizing strong communication skills. Exercise professionalism while interacting with Industry partners and co-workers to ensure patron satisfaction and enhancing the quality of life for overseas customers. In tune with new items and customer trends, adjusted inventory to meet patrons' needs, directly contributing to customer satisfaction and agency needs. Understand that it is the perception in the customer's mind that really matters. Demonstrate the value of the customer by always having a professional manner when talking to them. Key accomplishments: + Despite experiencing various challenges with shipping delays, vendor cuts and the ongoing changes to the European footprint, maintained a high average of 98% in stock rate. Supervisor: Karin Hand (011-49-631-354-9652) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes United States Air Force 607th/603rd Air Control Squadron
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Headquarters, Indian Health Services The Inventory Management Specialist is responsibility for all acquisition, disposition, economical and efficient utilization, custody, maintenance and accountability of all personal property located within the Indian Health Service, Rockville Office Accountable Area. Provides leadership and direction to programs and activities designed to improve health services to over 1.9 million American Indian/Alaska Native (Al/AN) people through a system of IHS, Tribal and Urban (I/T/U) operated facilities and programs. Administers, Formulates, and supports IHS-wide policies, delegations of authority, and organizations and functions development Provides leadership, in absent of the Director, to functional area managers in developing, modifying, and overseeing the implementation of IHS policies and procedures; Provides analysis, advisory, and assistance services to managers and staff for the development, clearance, and filing of directives and delegations of authority; Serves as principal advisor and source for technical assistance for establishment or modification of organizational infrastructures, functions, and Standard Administrative Code configurations; administers the IHS Management Control Program for assuring compliance with management control requirements in the Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act of 1982. Conducts special program or management integrity reviews as required; Oversees and coordinates the annual development and submission of the Agency's Federal Activities Inventory Reform Act report to the Health & Human Services; Plans, develops, and administers the personal property management program in conformance with Federal personal property management laws, regulations, policies, procedures, practices, and standards. - Interprets regulations and provides advice on execution and coordination of personal property management policies and programs; Administers management systems and methods for planning, utilizing, and reporting on personal property programs, including the precious metals recovery program and personal property accountability and control systems. Provides guidance and serves as principal administrative authority on Federal personal property management laws, regulations, policies, procedures, practices, and standards, in conjunction with the OGC; Conducts surveys and studies involving evaluation and analysis of the personal property management activities IHS-wide; Maintains liaison with the HHS and the General Services Administration (GSA) on personal property management issues and programs affecting the IHS; Plans, develops and administers the Fleet Management Program; Prepares reports on personal property activities; Administers the local personal property management program to include receiving, tagging, storage and disposal in addition to conducting the annual inventory for all HQ locations. Establish priorities for the accomplishment of supporting services to help attain organization mission, goals and objectives; Responsible for the activities of the Rockville Office Personal Property Program to ensure accountability, effectiveness and compliance with the Department, U.S. Public Health Service, and Indian Health Service policies and regulations; Develops, administers, and controls property criteria and accounting of all Rockville Office accountable property to ensure they are properly acquired, donated, transferred and disposed of in accordance with Federal Management Regulations; Develops and administers controls to the replacement program and additional needs requirements for equipment by program and fiscal year. Maintains the Non-Expendable Control Program to determine if changes in the system are needed and makes recommendations to improve the program when appropriate; Maintains reports and records of equipment transactions and verifies individual monthly transactions with automated reports; Initiates and follows through to ensure completion and that corrective action is taken to resolve errors that are identified. Specialized knowledge of the personal property (equipment) management, property utilization and disposal, quality assurance, inventory management, storage and distribution; Comprehensive knowledge of personal property policies, principle, procedures, and techniques followed in the performance of inventory management and telephone functions. Knowledge of Indian Health Services structure, Federal Acquisition regulations, Federal Management Regulations, and the overall agency personal property system; Knowledge of the relationship of procurement and fiscal consideration and of such specialized activities as data processing, transportation, storage, cataloging, maintenance, disposal and others to inventory management processes and determinations.
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- Bachelors of Science in Business - 4th Year
903-539-2735 [email protected] 1870 Miner Circle Rolla, MO 65401 https://dluiswest.wixsite.c om/allaboutme West Inventory Management Specialist, Dish Network; Rolla, MO - Managed all inventory for the Rolla region Dish warehouse using the ERP system ORACLE. Youth Fitness Trainer, Mike Moore Fitness, Tyler, Tx - Instructed lessons in speed and agility to kids ages 10-18 Express Employment Agency, Tyler, Tx - Received a variety of jobs in various fields, assisted a handful of companies in their day to day operations Senior at Missouri S&T Majoring in Business, Minoring in Operations, Management, Information Systems and Technology, and Marketing. May 2019 Graduation Date
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at this Job
As an Inventory Management specialist with Defense Logistics Agency I was responsible for: Reviewing and analyzing a list of approximately 200 back ordered requisitions for aircraft parts on a daily basis. These parts were considered high priority (very important, time sensenstive, needed immediately), and could not be acquired by the normal means of fulfillment (there are several different reasons this happens, e.g.: manufacturer stopped making part, lead time/production time is extremely long/ error was made when requisition was originally created, etc.) . Each requisition is carefully reviewed and researched in order find the fastest and most efficient solution, which includes: Resolving discrepancies- Requisition is looked over for any systemic errors that may have occurred, if error is found the requisition is manually manipulated and corrected. Lateral support- checking non protected inventory at other military bases. If back ordered items are found in stock at another base, supply specialists are contacted and then the item is shipped immediately to the customer. Emergency Buy: Using several different systems to run a search of available surplus stock. In the event that the back ordered part is found in surplus stock, we then contact the company and request additional (such as measurements, serial numbers, pictures, and documents showing where the items was manufactured), this is carefully viewed, to make ensure that the item matches our customers back ordered item, and that the item is not counterfeit. This information is sent to a quality assurance specialist, who also compares the item and then grants permission for use. Substitutes: Item is researched in effort to find a part that is available and in stock that can be used in place of back ordered item. If a substitute is found it is referred to the quality assurance specialist, who will ultimately decide whether it can be used to fill the requisition) Tracking lost items: If the requisition shows that it has been shipped/delivered but was never received by the customer more research has to be done to determine the cause. This includes looking at every transaction logged from the time it was pulled from the shelf and packaged. This can help determine whether the item was sent to the wrong location, or if it was lost during during shipment. Forecasting issues: Back orders are sometimes the result of long lead times mixed with poor forecasting/planning. The demand is reviewed, and the foretasted rate is adjusted accordingly in order to avoid future back orders. Once a resolution is found and the back order is shipped, it is tracked on a daily basis to ensure that the costumer receives it.
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06/2009 to 09/2017: Inventory Management Specialist; Over six years experience in planning, organizing, and managing critical aspects of research, development, production and support of T56 (C130 engines) and TF39 (C-5 engines), subsystems or equipment by determining quantity of parts required to support the engines; determining method of replenishing parts inventory such as new procurement and contract repair. Participates in TF39/T56 meeting and conferences when needed. Assists DLA contractors/buyers by entering correct information in procurement form (Form 1) such as input in packaging, quantity, and other information and documentation on contracts. Coordinate with DLA Customer service to resolve any delivery/receipt discrepancies. Analyzes/Researches problems and reviews stock inventory to verify reported data and to relate historical data to required actions. Analyzes requests to plan and determine current and future requirements for assigned programs. Identifies and initiates action to dispose of excess assets or obsolete material with coordination from other organizations such as DLA. Over twenty years' experience in ship's maintenance, supply procurements while on active duty in the US Navy. As an Inventory Management Specialist I am inventory control point within the organization or other organizations such as Navy and Foreign Military Sales. Responsible for the daily checking of stock notices using D035 NTC, and Exception screen and other programs. Assist Equipment Specialist, Production Management Specialist, and Program Manager to ensure that the customers' requirement is provided by developing/implementing sourcing strategies. Update the daily; weekly, and monthly inventory of assigned assets both T56 and TF39 engines. Very Customer Service oriented person. Additional responsibility includes shipping parts that have no usage/history for the last ten years to Defense Reutilization and Marketing Services (DRMS) in support to upper management. Spent almost a year as Fuel Accessories Material Manager. Responsible for managing various fuel control accessories including Navy contract repair work at North Island, CA and Cherry Point, NC. Also, I assists/trains newly arrived Inventory Management Specialist using my past experience and other sources such as training courses, current Air Force Supply Instructions and other sources to help them do their job.
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- - Management Business Administration
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1601 Brenner Ave Salisbury, NC 28144 United States 11/2015 - Present Hours per week: 40 Series: 2010 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 11 Supervisory Inventory Management Specialist (This is a federal job) Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Responsible for Micro-purchases, Equipment Management, Inventory Control, Storage Operations and Stock Distribution Operations. Responsible for Inventory Management which includes all Medical/Surgical (OR, Clinics, Wards), Environmental Management Services, Facilities, Imaging, Dental and Lab supplies are distributed to proper receiving points. Responsible for the distribution of all incoming and outgoing mail as well as for the reproduction operation. Directs guides and implements inventory management techniques for effective inventory control. Establishes and directs the control of nonexpendable inventories. Operates a network system for the notification, removal from use and reporting through proper channels of all internal/external hazards. Solicits assistance from or responds to, inquiries from outside regulatory agencies such as Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI), Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Assists with forecasting, planning, submitting and managing annual budgets totaling more than five million dollars for fund control points within the equipment management section of Logistics Service. Maintains responsibility for determining resource allocations to support clinical programs based upon demand, availability and known clinical acceptance, ensuring compliance with the national standardization mandate. Responsible for oversight of the acquisition process performed by subordinate staff at the micro-purchase level not to exceed $3,000 for a single purchase and not to exceed the limits of the purchase card which could be at least $500,000 per month for one cardholder. Assures compliance with all applicable FAR and VAAR regulations, Purchase Card Directives, and Handbooks. Assures compliance with VA Handbook 7128 on proper storage and handling parameters of all supplies and equipment received into the warehouse stock areas. Assures timely receiving of stock in an effort to avoid out of stock situations. Responsible for the validity of equipment records under assigned EIL. Creates and maintains a complete and accurate system for the accountability of all government equipment assets to assigned EIL. Responsible for the proper usage of postage meters and print/reproduction room products. Ensures that all mail is dispatched on time each day to all areas supported. Manages the disposal of expendable or nonexpendable property with no value through salvage or recycling. Will also, manage the sale of excess property through GSAXCESS, UNICOR and local means. Uses the bar code scanner to track equipment and supplies. Uses RTLS technology to locate and track moving equipment throughout the medical center. Supervises sixteen full time employees for warehouse, property management, reproduction and mailroom. Provides logistical support to two Health Care Centers and one CBOC. Team Lead for SOARD(Maximo) replacing AEMS/MERS, generate reports for reporting and analyzing data out of SCCOP(Supply Chain Common Picture and SCDIO(Supply Chain Data and Informatics Office). Attend/present at senior management meetings. Facility Recall Coordinator(FRC). Performs other related duties, as assign. Supervisor: Michael Johnson (252-626-3748) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes
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- Associate's Degree - Business
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Serves as an Inventory Management Specialist responsible for logistics support of inventory control, storage, distribution, cataloging of supply identification, automated and manual supply accounting systems for property reutilization. Provides technical guidance and customer service of personal property management, property accountability, inventory management, material distribution, procurement authorization, funds management, supply automated systems, supplies & services, storage, issue, disposition services, warehouse and storage management. Serves as the Accountable Property Officer (APO) responsible for managing personal property for the agency. Manages the reconciling, analyzing, inventory scheduling, property account records, hand receipts, document register and all files associated with the receipt, issue, maintenance, and disposition of personal accountable property. Manages the personal property management process ensuring property accountability is established and maintained through Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS). Ensures classified, and unclassified monthly/annual inventory schedules are published and inventories are completed within the allotted timeframe. Assists in planning, managing and coordinating when material is unrepairable or repairable and should be either disposed of or reintegrated into the supply system. Identifies and tags unserviceable equipment which requires disposition through DRMO. Recovers damaged and unserviceable parts, initiated turn-in procedures, prepares shipments, packages and coordinates shipment. Processes and validates receipt of materials against requirements ensuring inventory is accurate. Arranges the receipt, transportation and shipping of property using local and federal guidelines. Determines best shipping method based on customer, cargo type and consignee requirements. Performs a variety of property disposal activities such as advising on the destruction, demilitarization or abandonment of property. Resolves conventional problems and situations in carrying out all phases of the property disposal. Responsible for accountable records, adjustments, inventory corrections, and monitors the record status of inventory. Ensures proper handling, storage and accountability of excess or surplus property to prevent damage, loss, or personal injury. Directs one employee in supply and inventory management functions.
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- - General Studies
* Deliver daily and weekly reports on stagnant inventory * Conveyed to different groups the stagnant inventory via email and excel worksheets * Create and maintain daily and weekly metrics for management and executive review via Excel and PowerPoint * Create and maintain documentation on processes related to Inventory Management * Create and train personnel on Inventory Management procedures and policy * Assist in various inventory audits, both physical and location
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