Logistics Warehouse (South Waterfront) and Marquam Hill areour primary Medical supply picking and distribution staging points. TheMacadam Warehouse is not your typical warehouse environment due to healthcare customers. Linen distribution also occurs from the location to South Waterfront and offsite clinics. Heavy use of picking software for confirmation of order fulfillment. Limited use of pallet jack andpicking technology.Marquam Hill is a healthcare environment with supplies originating from the staging points of the loading docks.
The overall purpose of this position is to provide customers with the goods and services needed to perform the functions of their jobs and support the OHSU mission of healing, teaching, and discovery. Staff in this position frequently communicate with customers to identify and resolve problems. The primary duties are focused on warehousing, medical supply delivery, inventory support, restocking/maintaining POU machines, linen distribution/collection, and other medical supply distribution tasks to support direct patient care areas. This position may serve as the backup lead worker. This position is the second level of three within this job classification and reports to Logistics Managers.
Performs receiving, stocking, data entry, picking, delivery, and functions as necessary to ensure required daily tasks are completed on time, and sufficiently, to meet the customers needs for medical supplies and linen. Performs requirements of, and maintains compliance with, organizational guidelines and policies.
Stocks and empties ScrubAvail dispensers, and empties chute rooms as necessary to ensure an accurate and adequate supply of scrubs and linen are available to meet customer needs.
Performs preventive maintenance functions of the Pyxis/ParEx supply machines/areas as necessary to ensure accurate restocking and patient charging.
Maintains a clean, safe, and efficient working environment; Shelves: ensures shelves are properly erected, clean, neat, properly stocked, and marked with product information. Housekeeping: ensures the warehouse is clean, packaging removed, and non-stock products are neatly arranged. Facilities: ensures facility deficiencies are reported. Equipment: provides proper care and regular services to equipment, logs, and reports deficiencies.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Maintains knowledge of, adheres to, and knows the locations for, departmental policy, procedure, safety, and MSDS manuals.
When tasked, drives organizational vehicles in a safe and efficient manner, assist Logistics Fleet and Warehouse supervisors with the maintenance and refueling, maintain driver's log, and fills out vehicle inspection reports as necessary. Have and maintain a valid driver's license. Maintain special equipment as assigned i.e. tire chains, inclement weather accessories, tire jacks, etc. Performs emergency roadside service to vehicles such as changing a flat tire.
This position is the second level of three within this job classification and reports to Logistics Managers.
Must be able to read and write English and have basic mathematical skills.
Conflict resolution skills and the ability to demonstrate effective time management.
Must be able to maintain compliance with organizational guidelines and policies.
Valid drivers license with an acceptable driving history.
Must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation.
High School Diploma or GED.
Two years of warehouse experience and two years of customer service experience is preferred.
Experience performing warehouse and inventory work; AND Training or experience providing knowledge of inventory control systems.
Working knowledge of hospital materials management distribution systems. Medical supply familiarity, knowledge of OHSU systems, and medical terminology are preferred.
Understanding how to set min/maxs
Experience using handheld counting devices
Forklift training preferred
The employee may be exposed to soiled linen while performing duties. The handling, picking, and stocking of hazardous items such as fluids, including Cidex, may be handled by employees.
Appropriate safety precautions to be utilized before handling any hazardous/dirty things. In this position, the employee may work in locations exposed and affected by weather elements, including rain, hail, snow, heat, humidity and wind; fluctuating noise levels; dust; vibrations, and on occasion, wet/slippery areas.
Ability to lift and carry 35 lbs. unassisted frequently, and up to 75 lbs. occasionally.
Ability to push and pull up to 1200 lbs. repetitively. Ability to stand, walk, bend, twist, rotate and stretch frequently while handling product up to 50 lbs. unassisted. Ability to traverse flat, uneven and/or steep terrain and slopes, frequently while manually controlling large and heavy loads in motion.
Driving of OHSU owned/leased vehicles.
Continually: Moving about in work area, Rapid-Mental/Hand/Eye Coordination
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