• Inventory Management Technician

    Job ID
    1806
    # of Openings
    1
    Job Type
    Full-Time
    Work Schedule
    Other
    Job Category
    Inventory/Warehouse
  • Overview

    For more than 20 years, AlloSource’s allografts have been the biologic solutions our surgeon customers use to deliver better care to their patients. As one of the largest and most respected nonprofit tissue banks in the United States, AlloSource develops, processes and distributes over 200 types of life-saving and life-enhancing allografts for use in a variety of medical procedures. Our commitment to honoring the gift of tissue donation motivates us to develop innovative allografts and lead the way in cellular and tissue therapies.

     

    Compliance Statement

    Must comply and ensure adherence with FDA, CGTP, OSHA, AlloSource SOPs, work instructions & procedures, proper practices and techniques, AATB standards, and applicable company policies, training requirements, safety practices and regulatory requirements that are applicable to the job responsibilities. 

     

    Summary

    The Inventory Management Technician has the responsibility and authority to ensure WIP inventory, disposition and storage as well as analyzing inventory levels, controlling quantities of finished/unfinished inventory in order to schedule and prioritize product flow through post-production processes, in accordance with throughput requirements.  The Inventory Management Technician proactively resolve inventory issues including aging inventory, bottlenecks, storage and increases in WIP inventory levels. This position must utilize electronic systems, such as ERP, Allotrak, bar code scanners, production schedules, and document management systems.

    This includes appropriate inventory transactions, inventory handling, documentation and administrative activities as assigned. Frequent communication with multiple departments is an integral part of the job.

    Working holidays or any necessary overtime, on a rotating/ scheduled basis, to ensure production needs are met. Call-in work will be determined on an as needed basis and call-in policy and procedures will be followed accordingly.

    Responsibilities are broken down into:

    1. WIP Inventory Area Management – Common to all Primary Support Areas
    2. Primary Support Areas (3)
      1. Sterilization
      2. Final Labeling
      3. Inventory Tissue Movements

     

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    WIP Inventory Area Management

    • Ensure continuous and proper flow of WIP inventory thru accurate and timely inventory movement and transactions.
    • Disposition donor and WIP inventory based on requests or requirements
    • Conduct inventory investigations on aging inventory and bottlenecks to increase WIP inventories as directed by Inventory Supervisor.
    • Facilitate prioritization of inventory through post-production processes.
    • Assist Supervisor with coordinating daily activities and general inventory organization.
    • Act as subject matter expert in particular area as determined by Supervisor and assist with training when needed
    • Adhere to and promote proper practices and techniques which are consistent with current operating procedures, training requirements, safety practices and company policies.  
    • Coordinates Quality decisions for dispositions or corrections and elevates to Supervisor as necessary
    • Execute all inventory movement transactions to assure accurate inventory levels and counts which includes appropriate use of bins, warehousing, and storage conditions based on inventory type, status and 5S efforts
    • Support cycle counting activities as directed by Inventory Supervisor and reconcile and resolve cycle count discrepancies

     

    Sterilization:

    • Adhere to  standardized SOPs and work instructions to safely and accurately  process human tissue according to the functional area to which assigned and the tools / equipment associated:
      • Irradiation
      • Dose Audit
      • Quarantine
      • Discards

    Final Labeling:

    • Adhere to  standardized SOPs and work instructions to safely and accurately  process human tissue according to the functional area to which assigned and the tools / equipment associated:
      • Final Product Labeling
      • Quarantine
      • Discards

    Inventory Tissue Movements: 

    • Adhere to  standardized SOPs and work instructions to safely and accurately  process human tissue according to the functional area to which assigned and the tools / equipment associated:
      • Further Processing
      • Staging
      • Quarantine
      • Discards

     

     

    Requirements:

    External Candidate:

    • 2 years’ experience working in a regulated environment in a supply chain or inventory related role that required strict adherence to policies and procedures.
    • Ability to read and comprehend detailed procedures, written and verbal instruction in English.
    • Working knowledge in Microsoft Applications, specifically Excel, Word and Outlook
    • High School Diploma or equivalent

     

    Internal Candidate:

    • 2 years’ experience performing in a role in which knowledge of inventory movement transaction is necessary
    • Ability to read and comprehend detailed procedures, written and verbal instruction in English.
    • Strict adherence to policies and procedures is required
    • Working knowledge in Microsoft Applications, specifically Excel, Word and Outlook
    • High School Diploma or equivalent

     

     

    Preferred Experience:

    • Previous experience in a Regulated, Biotech, or Manufacturing Industry related to inventory management.

    AATB certification

    • CPIM, APICS certification

     

    For consideration you must apply online, submit a current resume and meet the minimum requirements.  All offers are contingent upon a background check, drug screen and other contingencies may apply depending upon the position.  Candidates within a 50 mile radius of the hiring zip code may receive first consideration.  If you require special accommodations, please contact us at 720-873-0213. 

     

    EOE/Veterans/Disability 

     

     

    AlloSource uses E-Verify to confirm the employment eligibility of all newly hired employees. To learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities, please visit www.dhs.gov/E-Verify.

     

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