Supply Chain Analyst
Coordinates Materials Management Information System activities, recommends/implements/maintains documentation, and provides input on MMIS related issues. Serves as liaison between the Material Services and Tucson Medical Center (TMC) Information System departments on MMIS related issues. Provides for all interface activities needed between PeopleSoft MMIS and other clinical business support applications, works with vendors to ensure efficient utilization of system capabilities.
Serves as the Liaison within Materials Management to support Materials Management, Financial Services, Information Services, and clinical department users on Materials Management Information System and related issues.
Reviews and approves MMIS employee access and profiles, sets up security levels to ensure system integrity.
Analyzes current and proposed system or program enhancements and provides user specifications to Information Services (IS) Department.
Produces standard and custom reports utilizing the PeopleSoft Query and other reporting tools (i.e. Excel, Access).
Manages data collection, analysis, interpretation, integration, and reporting processes using System Integrity department resources or in collaboration with IS.
Understands and documents department’s core business processes for coordination of activities between user department and the IS Department.
Provides support to Materials Services departments’ month end and physical inventory process and procedures with data and MMIS support.
Works with Clinical Resource Mgmt, Purchasing, and MMIS teams to ensure the integrity of the system catalog is maintained and by researching all item requests for duplications and recommending existing alternatives.
Maintains a system-wide UNSPSC uniform coding system for the items in the item master. Assists Clinical Resource with UNSPSC classification and assigning attributes as requested.
Assists in the development of goals and objectives, and policies and procedures for MMIS.
Develops and maintains training curricula and documentation, and provides training to other department users on the proper use of the MMIS.
Stays abreast of current and future software releases and identifies current and future departmental needs through upgrade releases and/or custom code requests.
Adheres to TMC organizational and department-specific safety, confidentiality, values, policies and standards.
Performs related duties as assigned.
EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent combination of relevant education and experience.
EXPERIENCE: Three (3) years progressively more responsible experience in Purchasing/Inventory or related Materials Management Information System.
LICENSURE OR CERTIFICATION: None required.