The Director of Supply Chain Management is responsible for the formulation and approval of short and long range goals, objectives, plans and budgets for Supply Chain Management functions and the direction and operational functions of supply chain activities for Lee Memorial Health System (LMHS) to include Central Distribution, Sterile Processing, Linen and Shipping /Receiving.
This position develops and directs the Supply Chain Management strategy, facilitating the delivery of specific programs and services to optimize non-salary expense reduction efforts by leveraging system-wide economies of scale while forming strong partnerships with internal and external customers. Director has 4 direct reports with a responsibility for approximately 100 employees.
Additional responsibilities include inventory management, product utilization, process improvement, cost reduction initiatives, fleet management and performance measurements as well as integrating those services with partner institutions and vendors, where applicable. Ensures open communication on all levels including department personnel, managers, directors, executives and physicians. A major initiative will be interaction with physicians, other caregivers, and departments regarding refinement to the system-wide procurement program in order to maximize efficiency and savings, and gain their buy-in in the process. Preferred Infor ERP experience and CMRP certification.
Minimal education level of Bachelor's degree
Minimal 3 years of Leadership experience within SC
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 43479BR
About Lee Health
Located in Southwest Florida and the 4th largest public non-profit health system in the nation, we are more than 13,000 employees, 4,500 volunteers and 1,480 physicians strong and growing.