Under general supervision, provides stocking and material handling services to ANTHC. Services include receiving, packaging loads, requisitioning, stocking, and delivering or preparing materials and equipment to various areas of ANTHC in an accurate and timely manner.
Depending on which department incumbent is assigned to, some or all of these duties may be performed.
Assists internal and external customers. Partners with vendors, transportation carriers and community representatives regarding shipment of materials and equipment.
Orders, restocks, receives, prepares, and transports supplies, equipment and instruments to all areas of assigned responsibility. Verifies the content, quantity and condition of materials; maintaining documentation of materials and equipment. Verifies purchase orders with vendor packing slips and actual freight received; checking carefully for discrepancies. Completes and forwards paperwork to purchasing or contracting.
Performs all required inventory activities of supplies and updates inventory database. Performs data entry for manual supply orders.
Consolidates supplies, materials and equipment for shipment. Determines the most efficient and cost effective method of packaging and shipping supplies and equipment. Crates or packages shipment loads and delivers to transportation or mail carrier. Uses postage meter and scale as needed.
Schedules and coordinates pick up and shipment of materials and equipment at destination as needed; following up and tracking on shipment of products to ensure timely delivery to destination.
Complies with proper shipping procedures according for mode of transportation and prepares proper shipping documents. Assures the safety and security of work environment and items shipped.
Delivers, returns, and restocks specialty service carts.
Performs sterile processing duties as needed.
Performs other duties as assigned such as routine custodial duties to maintain a clean and safe work environment, and forwarding damaged or expired items to appropriate personnel, and answering phone and assists internal customers with needed supplies.
Depending on which department incumbent is assigned to, some or all of these items may be required.
Knowledge of purchasing, shipping and materials management techniques.
Knowledge of transporting items of varying compounds, textures or quantities.
Knowledge of safety precautions/procedures for operating vehicles, equipment and hand tools.
Knowledge of methods and procedures for unloading, loading and packaging materials and equipment.
Knowledge of medical supplies, instruments and equipment.
Knowledge of sterilization procedures for various medical instruments and equipment.
Knowledge of applicable computer systems and software programs.
Skill in effective oral communication and telephone etiquette.
Skill in building pallet loads according to transportation method used in shipment of items.
Skill in using applicable equipment and instruments.
Skill in using research and analysis to define and solve problems.
Skill in scheduling and coordinating shipment of construction materials and equipment.
Skill in establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with others.
Skill in communication and reading and interpreting plans and specifications.
Skill in operating motorized vehicles, equipment, and hand tools.
MINIMUM EDUCATION QUALIFICATION
A high school diploma or GED equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATION
Non-Supervisory- Two (2) years of material, warehouse, or related administrative experience.
REQUIRED CERTIFICATION QUALIFICATION
If assigned to shipping department, must be eligible for certification to handle, ship, and transport hazardous materials.
MINIMUM LICENSE QUALIFICATION
This minimum license qualification only applies to Supply Technicians in the Department of Environmental Health and Engineering: Must possess an Alaska driver's license with a clean driving record.
PREFERRED LICENSE QUALIFICATION
Possess an Alaska driver's license with a clean driving record.
Must be able to lift 50 pounds. May be required to work outside the traditional work schedule. May be called out to work off-shift in emergency situations. Requires frequent exposure to hazardous work environments hazardous machinery, equipment, materials, sharp objects and infectious diseases. ANMC is not a latex free environment; therefore, some latex exposure can be expected.
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium - 19 months ago