The Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA), located in Seattle, Washington, is part of a dynamic collaboration among three organizations known nationally and internationally for their patient care and research: Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, University of Washington, and Seattle Children's. Over the past 25 years, these institutions have worked together to support their mission of adult and pediatric oncology patient care services, research and education.
The Inventory Control Technician I manages specific medical supply inventory levels throughout the SCCA clinic, and its respective satellite campuses.
This is a part time position - typical shift will be 6am to 10am, M-F
Monitors and reviews assigned inventory levels by physical count, record keeping and/or visual inspection
Enters inventory count data into the HEMM system
Gathers required supplies from the storeroom inventory, and replenishes each inventory location as required
Document all inventory transactions as they occur, utilizing the HEMM system or department requisition clip board
Communicate inventory shortages to Supervisor or Buyer
Maintain requisitions or order manually or in automated system to track status of issues and requirements as necessary
Checks storeroom for outdates and inventory to pull down, checks shelves for kits to be made
Stores materials, supplies or equipment according to location, weight, size, safety or other requirements, marks stock shelves or bins with identifying codes, letters or figures
Assists with product order as it arrives each morning, i.e. putting away in storeroom, labeling patient chargeable product for clinic
Rotates inventory to ensure FIFO standards
Moves or transports items from stock to other areas using hand truck or other materials handling equipment
Trains new workers in area operations
A High School Degree, GED, or equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities can be acquired is necessary
One-year experience in supply logistics is necessary, with experience in a health care environment preferred
Knowledge of computerized or automated system operations
Knowledge of record keeping practices
Knowledge of safety practices
Skill in lifting heavy packages and objects
Must be able to push / pull cart with 400lb load, lift 50lb using proper technique
Ability to effectively communicate
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The Seattle Cancer Care Alliance was incorporated in 1998 as a separate, jointly governed non-profit that included the cancer programs of three partners. Seattle Cancer Care Alliance is a cancer treatment center that unites doctors from Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center, University of Washington Medical Center, and Seattle Children’s. The purpose of this organization is to provide state-of the-art patient and family centered care; support the conduct of cancer clinical research and education; enhance access to improved cancer interventions; and advance the standard of cancer care regionally and beyond. The Seattle Cancer Care Alliance is the only NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center in the Northwest, and according to the National Cancer Data Base, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance patients in general have better survival rates than patients treated at other cancer treatment centers.