Job Summary –
The Facility RFID technician is responsible for receiving, tagging, activating and deactivating traceable equipment as dictated by facility leadership team. The RFID technician is responsible for providing the facility with data pertaining to rental reductions and managing the key performance indicators on both a weekly and monthly basis.
Receive and track incoming and outgoing rental equipment.
Track owned assets with RFID system per policies and procedures.
Drive efficiencies to meet division key performance indicators.
Review and track ROI for RFID system providing detailed reports as requested at the facility and division level.
Work with RFID vendor to trouble shoot system as need and ensure system is working properly.
Provide Supply Chain Directors updates of system and equipment status as requested.
Utilize training tools for clinical staff to maximize investment in RFID system.
Manage return of rental equipment to reduce cost of rentals.
Demonstrate comprehensive understanding of SMART system and other PC based applications (Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Word and Excel)
Perform other duties as assigned
Practice and adhere to "Code of Conduct" Philosophy and "Mission and Values" statement
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Organization - Proactive in prioritizing needs and effectively managing priorities. Communicates clearly and concisely in both verbal and written format.
Leadership – guides individuals and groups towards desired outcomes. Setting high performance standards and delivering quality services.
Customer orientation – establishes and maintains long-term customer relationships building trust and respect among assigned team and superiors.
Tactical Execution – oversees the development, deployment, and direction of complex programs and processes to ensure success of RFID tracking program.
Policies and Procedures – articulates knowledge and understanding of organizational policies as posted in Robohelp and maintains competency of assigned staff on updated policies.
PC Skills – demonstrates proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, SMART, GHX, Business objects.
Associates or Bachelors degree in Finance, Accounting, Business, Health Care Administration or similar field preferred. Purchasing or Healthcare Materials Management Experience can be substituted for Educational requirement.
3-5 years purchasing or inventory management experience (preferably in Healthcare)
HCA Inc - 17 months ago
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