SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYST
Under direct supervision provides analytical support to the supply
chain team in order to achieve the supply chain goals and objectives of the organization. Provides actionable
data to all members of the supply chain. Identifies opportunities for cost savings, cost containment and
process improvement within Lahey Health. Assists in the development of key reporting tools.
Plays a key role in providing analytic support to the value analysis process.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities including but not limited to:
or as part of a team, compiles and analyzes data to identify opportunities for improved supply utilization, standardization,
and process improvement; evaluate findings, and report and make recommendations.
and reports cost savings opportunities for products currently in use through review and analysis of group purchasing contracts
and market data
Monitors supply utilization and purchase patterns on as requested.
reports, analyzes data, and make recommendations for addition/deletion of products and/or process changes to reduce operating
cost and ensure continuity of supply
As requested, investigates products, procedures, or processes that will improve operational or clinical efficiency,
increase the quality of patient care, and reduce expenditures and recommend these changes to the value analysis directors
and value analysis committees
Identifies cost savings initiatives through group purchasing organization (GPO) contracts
Completes cost analysis of GPO contracts
Collaborates with hospital and system-level departments and staff to monitor and report on compliance of
implemented changes in products, services, and processes
Works with the team to coordinates periodic system value analysis meetings with (as appropriate) individual
hospital value analysis leads/professionals, administrators, project managers, departmental heads, etc.
Maintains a value analysis project tracker that includes savings
reports and analysis as directed
Builds and maintains strong partnerships with Value Analysis teams and vendors
Maintain strict adherence to the Lahey Health Confidentiality policy.
Lahey Health Standards of Behavior and Guiding Principles into daily activities.
Comply with all Lahey Health Policies.
Comply with behavioral expectations of the department and Lahey Health.
Maintain courteous and effective interactions with colleagues and patients.
an understanding of the job description, performance expectations, and competency assessment.
Demonstrate a commitment toward meeting and exceeding the needs of our customers and consistently adheres to Customer
Participate in departmental and/or interdepartmental quality improvement activities.
Participate in and successfully completes Mandatory Education.
all other duties as needed or directed to meet the needs of the department.
Bachelor’s Degree preferred
Experience: 1-3 years of experience
in supply chain management, contracting, procurement, and/or value analysis. Two (2) years of experience
in healthcare preferred.
Skills, Knowledge & Abilities:
Ability to develop positive, beneficial relationships with others.
to communicate effectively, both written and orally, in a variety of situations.
to work in a high-volume environment where great emphasis is placed on customer service and creative problem-solving skills.
Ability to plan, organize, implement, and complete projects.
Ability to perform
complex financial analysis.
Demonstrated knowledge of and experience in developing, negotiating, and administering major procurement
contracts for technically complex goods and services.
Knowledge of and demonstrated experience in computer skills, including spreadsheet and word processing, email,
Web-based activities, and the utilization of automated systems used in supply chain and value analysis activities.
Demonstrated presentation skills.
Demonstrated analytical, problem solving, organizational and customer service abilities.
Please click on this link to apply:
This position is responsible for ensuring the successful implementation of National Group
Purchasing Organization (NGPO) contracts with a view toward maximizing cost savings through contract utilization. The Contract
Administrator is also responsible for identifying regional contract opportunities, that compliment the NGPO portfolio, and
negotiating with suppliers to bring meaningful cost savings to the membership via contract uptake. Successful performance
in this position requires the ability to deal effectively with vendors, members, and the NGPO.
Administrator will work collaboratively with Account Management, Analytics, Finance, and other Contracting team employees
to support members with their contracting initiatives.
Identify, implement, and monitor opportunities to aggregate member
purchasing volume and negotiate improved pricing under the terms of NGPO contracts
Analyze marketshare, conversion, benchmarks and cross reference
data for use in contract negotiations
supported data for contract decisions
contracts with vendors, build strategic relationships to bring value to the Yankee membership
Work with Yankee membership to identify the best contract
choices; evaluate multi-source NGPO contracts based upon quality, representation, and cost
Identify regional contracts that compliment the NGPO portfolio
opportunities, negotiate and execute final contract pricing, and implement contract uptake to increase cost savings to the
new vendors for potential contracts for all Yankee Alliance membership (includes but not limited to screening vendors that
are soliciting contracts)
opportunities to maximize savings through a competitive bid process
Monitor existing contract volume and payment of administrative fees
Conduct business partner reviews to monitor contract uptake
Manage process to improve
penetration and performance of business partners in member facilities
Resolve service or pricing issues related to contracts on behalf of membership
Analyze off contract spend and work with the Director of
Contracting to identify opportunities for new Yankee Alliance contracts
Bachelor’s degree, or comparable experience, and minimum five
years hospital purchasing experience preferred
Experience working for a medical supplier or in the medical insurance industry desirable
Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or an industry-related
Thorough knowledge of NGPO and regional contracting processes
Thorough understanding of supply chain
and product issues in departments such as Materials Management, Pharmacy, Food Service, OR, Imaging, Cardiology, Facilities
Management, and Laboratory
Excellent interpersonal and presentation skills, ability to communicate with members and vendors
Good customer service
Strong organizational and analytical skills
Strong negotiation skills a must
Ability to work in
a team environment
Flexibility, ability to work under pressure with short deadlines
Strong working knowledge
of Excel, PowerPoint, Word,
of Supply and Logistics
Full Time, 40 Hours, Day
Mercy Medical Center, a part of Trinity Health-New England, is currently seeking a Manager of Supply
and Logistics. S(he) will provide direction, management and implementation of all matters
related to inventory/supply chain management, quality practices and systems, and distribution of supplies ensuring that the
key drivers of cost, functionality and timeliness are met. The role is responsible for all matters on all campuses associated
with logistics, storage/warehousing, receiving, supply distribution, inventory management, transportation, quality and support.
The role will act as a liaison to the purchasing/contracting
group in the acquisition of product and the resolution of any issues. Direct supervision of staff including interviewing,
hiring, training, motivating and evaluating staff.
degree in logistics/inventory/supply chain management or related field preferred.
Minimum of 5-7 years in healthcare material management
or related experience.
of 5 years management experience
Supplier management and component supply awareness
working knowledge of database systems, PowerPoint, and MS Office suite.
Excellent analytical skills with the ability to collect and correlate
information and data.
team, leadership, project management, and interpersonal skills.
effective communication to provide excellent customer service.
participates in performance improvement activities as it relates to job duties.
Demonstrates effective and culturally appropriate communications.
For more information and to apply, please click here.
Trinity Health employs more than 120,000 colleagues at dozens
of hospitals and hundreds of health centers in 21 states. Because we serve diverse populations, our colleagues are trained
to recognize the cultural beliefs, values, traditions, language preferences, and health practices of the communities that
we serve and to apply that knowledge to produce positive health outcomes. We also recognize that each of us has a different
way of thinking and perceiving our world and that these differences often lead to innovative solutions.
dedication to diversity includes a unified workforce (through training and education, recruitment, retention and development),
commitment and accountability, communication, community partnerships, and supplier diversity.
is important! An equal opportunity employer.
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