Support Svcs. Assistant I
Virtua - Marlton, NJ

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Standard Hours 40.00 More information about this job: Responsibilities:
***Hours are Mon-Thurs 3pm-11:30pm and Fri 1pm-9:30pm***

Provides operational support to customers throughout Virtua in the areas of inventory/supply management and distribution. Operates the Automated Picking System and oversees the flow of product from picking to staging for delivery to requesting departments.

Job Responsibilities:
Accurately stores and picks product for order fulfillment to Virtua customers using the Automated Picking System (Carousel). Packs orders according to established procedure to ensure integrity of the product. Picks bulk items as assigned. Labels outgoing bins accurately and stages carts/skids according to predetermined delivery schedules. Operates all Support Services equipment (i.e. carousel, conveyor, forklifts, electric pallet jacks) safely and according to manufacturer's guidelines.

Conducts quarterly outdated product checks, documents findings and discards product appropriately; participates in annual physical inventories at the Distribution Center.

Delivers product and STAT/RUSH orders to various Virtua locations as requested

Checks e-mails/voicemail, faxes and phone for supply requests and/or delivery/product issues and either resolves or forwards information to appropriate personnel for resolution.

Participates in orientation and training of new employees and others as requested.

Position Qualifications Required
Experience Required:
Minimum of 1 year prior materials management experience
Basic knowledge/skills in computer use (data entry, email usage).

Required Education:
HS degree or equivalent

Valid NJ driver's license.
Forklift certification or ability to obtain certification.

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Virtua Health is a multi-hospital healthcare system headquartered in Marlton, NJ. Its mission is to deliver a world class patient experience...