Regional Director (Director, Procurement Systems/Operations), Supply C


: $217,650.00 - $217,650.00 /year *

Employment Type

: Full-Time


: Executive Management

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This position is responsible for the overall supply chain operations at one of the NYC H+H *regions by providing leadership, management and coordination of supply chain business processes within one particularly in distribution and inventory management and also in other projects that encompass supply chain initiatives being driven from Corporate Supply Chain. This position is responsible for assessing and deploying supply chain automation and integration as well as for developing and adopting standard practice supply chain management practices. With direction from the AVP of Supply Chain Services, the Director develops overall efficiencies and removes excess costs resulting in overall lower operating cost for the health system and his/her region through enhanced business processes, supply management and coordination with facility stakeholders.

*A region is defined as a set or combination of NYC H+H acute, long-term, and ambulatory


Examples of Typical Tasks:

  1. With direction from the Sr. Director of Materials Management as well as support from the Centralization Project Management Team, the Regional Director will also assist in the centralization pre-work and centralization process - working with all required stakeholders e.g. HR, Finance, etc. to begin the creation of centralized governance of supply chain / materials management. Additionally, will assist in the establishment of standard KPI's and SLA's for each facility to measure supply chain health.
  2. Evaluates and augments current NYC H+H Supply Chain Management activities to identify opportunities, create action plans and lead initiatives to improve total cost for supply chain functions within their region. This will include but not limited to: reviewing current purchasing patterns at each facility, inventory levels, work-flow analysis, labor requirements, automation requirements, etc.
  3. Serves as the Supply Chain Business Partner to facility leaders / stakeholders e.g. CEO's, COO's, CNO's, etc. by maintaining regular business reviews with established KPI's and SLA's (Service Level Agreements) and reviewing current / future pipeline of projects, etc. and provides critical customer service to the region.
  4. Drives compliance with all policies and procedures related to materials management and supply chain operations. Assists in driving compliance with corporate product standardization projects.
  5. Implements daily management huddles at all levels using KPI's (Key Performance Indicators)
  6. Expands Supply Chain Management services to other departments for improved standardization and automated assessment/replenishment processes.
  7. Monitors distribution contractors performance for service levels.
  8. Provides representation of region issues and concerns to the Corporate Supply Chain.
  9. Manages (hires, fires, and takes appropriate disciplinary action) the materials management operations of each facility. Provides educational opportunities to support their accomplishment of key objectives.
  10. Extensive travel within the region (80% of the time in the field, 4 days a week).
  11. Coordinates all audits within the region, including year-end inventory control
  12. Promotes a positive and pleasant attitude conducive to the workplace which embodies the values of NYC Health + Hospitals
  13. Enhances personal and professional development within the region through attendance at internal and external training sessions
  14. Adheres to the mission and vision of the health care system in all endeavors
  15. Exhibits flexibility within the organization, as it pertains to work assignment, work place, site designation, and tour of duty
  16. Ensures that policies and procedures are developed, implemented, reviewed and updated, ensuring compliances with all applicable laws, rules, and regulations, including JCAHO standards
  17. Performs other duties, as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:

1. A Baccalaureate Degree in Business Administration, Computer Science, Management or other related discipline from an accredited college or university; and,

2. Six years of satisfactory, full-time paid responsible experience in information processing, program management, systems development or related activity in a large governmental agency, hospital or health care facility, or hospital-related business firm, three years of which shall have been in a managerial capacity; or,

3. A Master's Degree in Business Administration, Computer Science or other related discipline, and five years experience as outlined above, one of which must have been in a managerial capacity; or,

4. A satisfactory equivalent combination of education and experience.

Department Preferences:

  1. A Master's Degree in art or science with a specialization in Hospital Administration, Health Care Administration, Masters Business Administration, or Concentration in Supply Chain Management is preferred.
  2. Eight years at minimum of leadership experience in supply chain management.
  3. An equivalent combination of training, educational background and experience in related fields and educational disciplines.
  4. Knowledge of fundamentals of hospital organization, administration and standards, regulations and laws applicable to hospital operations and in particular Supply Chain Management. Knowledge of principles of business and personnel administration, management functions and support service functions and ability to direct and supervise personnel.
  5. Demonstrated Leadership skills and progressive growth in career progression.
  6. Demonstrated ability to facilitate and communicated executive leaders within a health system or equivalent setting.
  7. Experience in operational improvement in Supply Chain with emphasis in programs such as LUM/JIT, inventory control systems and theory.
  8. Microsoft Office and PeopleSoft or other ERP experience.

Associated topics: material, procurement, provider, purchase, purchasing manager, raw material, supplier, supply, supply chain, turnaround * The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

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