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Material Services Specialist

Howard University Hospital

Washington, DC
4 days ago
Washington, DC
4 days ago
BASIC FUNCTION:
Responsible for the proper movement of all supplies, linens, mail, and equipment (“Materials”) into inventory (perpetual and periodic) or end user and ensuring proper issuance, expensing, and delivery of all inventory (perpetual and periodic) supplies, equipment, clean and soiled linen, clinical staff uniforms (scrubs, lab-coats, etc.) and mail to and from all departments.  Assists the Materials Manager or Supervisor with inventory control and maintains an organized, clean and safe working environment.
The purpose of this position is to receive items accurately, charge (expense) appropriately and timely, conduct inventories, prepare, deliver and store as needed, deliver and replenish consumable Materials retrieve soiled and to be recycled Material from/for all locations during all hours of operations.
PRINCIPLE ACCOUNTABILITIES:
Receive Material, conduct complete daily inventory counts (cycle counts) and then pull replenishment Material from main inventories and deliver to designated location(s) and store and re-stock to established maximum par levels through the automated Supply Distribution System or non-automated stock locations as required.
Deliver all received material to end users.
Utilize technology to order, receive and process Material as needed.  Achieve appropriate Hospital performance, quality and productivity standards as established.
Professionally and courteously communicates with patient/family, physicians and staff and vendors.
Specific tasks include but are not limited to:
  • Immediately receive, store and label all supplies as specified and prepare for distribution
  • Prepare accurate computerized receiving reports ensuring accurate data entry as to purchase order number, quantities, and shipping document numbers.
  • Separates copies of receiving reports retaining one for department files and one to be delivered with products to the appropriate department.
  • Tag all new equipment received with an attachable hospital asset tag number.
  • Coordinate with Biomedical Engineering to ensure inspection prior to use as hospital policy dictates.
  • Verify the accuracy of supplies received in the Inventory Management System (IMS) before filling any requisitions or floor stock.
  • Electronically requisition daily or as assigned, replenishment quantities to purchasing for timely and accurate purchase order generation and processing of required item for receipt and delivery to meet customers needs.
  • Rotate and arrange stock as new stock is received with special attention paid to expiration dates
  • Deliver and Store items on shelves, pallets, carts according to procedures as needed and assigned
  • Count and replenish floor stock and completes inventory of all issued supplies to the cart on the computer system
  • Reconciles charges received to supplies consumed and notifies Materiel Manager of lost charges
  • Complete proper breakdown of supplies into proper package, roll, box, etc
  • Check and restock special procedure and dan carts
  • Prepare outgoing supplies/equipment and maintain proper receipt paperwork
  • Conduct weekly spot checks of supply inventory to coordinate IMS accuracy
  • Check patient/resident areas daily for biomedical equipment being used.  Ensure that asset stickers are assigned. Transport all faulty Biomedical Equipment to supply room to be entered into the Biomedical Logbook and report all faulty equipment to the Engineering department. 
  • Distribute linen to various departments and ensure the linen levels are appropriate based on usage
  • Distribute mail to various departments
  • Package identification and ensuring appropriate actions are taken regarding special handling items i.e. Radioactive packages
  • Initiate postage purchase requirements by updating management to remaining account balances.
  • Utilize electronic system for parcel and mail receipt and distribution for tracking purposes
  • Dispatches and post outgoing mail, parcel posts, registered, certified and other special mail items.
  •  Maintains controls and accountability of all aspects of the distribution and storeroom function
  • Treat each patient/resident, visitor, employee with the proper demeanor as outlined in the Hospital/Nursing Home Code of Conduct
  • Attend computer training classes and become proficient in data entry
  • Perform accurate daily charging (expensing) and patient charging of supplies via Lawson, Soarian, or then current electronic systems.
  • Replenish Dan Carts and Intubation boxes immediately upon receipt coordinating retrieval with end users promptly
  • Retrieve equipment from units, decontaminate, and stage in appropriate area for re-distribution as assigned and required.
  • Maintains the safety, security and cleanliness of the Materials Managements areas and loading dock by clearing Material containers, trash and other debris. 
  • Complete and turn in daily all paperwork related to replenishments or issues of items paying particular attention to accuracy. All documentation must include employee’s name.
  • Inspect all consumable supplies for proper labeling, expiration, and proper condition (packaging undamaged).
  • Complete daily clean linen replenishment to established and new locations as assigned and scheduled or on an as needed basis, documenting the number of pieces issued and the paperwork being turned in daily with employee’s name.
  • Pull soiled linens as assigned and scheduled, wearing appropriate Personal Protective Equipment as required.
  • Weight soiled linens and chart as carts (trucks) are put in established soiled linen area.
  • Put away all inventory shipments to appropriate or designated locations for issue, breaking down boxes and removing them and other packaging debris to designated disposal location. Inspect clean linen (processed work) for damage or staining and sequestering in appropriate location.
  • Store processed and new linen in designated storage areas.
  • Sort linens and prepare carts for delivery to designated locations.
  • Answer telephone and respond to customers concerning item(s) or linen requirements and deliver to the end user as necessary or when scheduled to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Maintain a clean, safe work environment, including removal of any excess debris/materials to prevent unsafe conditions.
  • Promote adherence to the Health Sciences Compliance Program, the Howard University Code of Ethics and the Health Sciences Standards of Conduct.
  • Attend annual and periodic mandatory Compliance Program training including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy training.
  • Participate in activities that promote adherence to federal healthcare program requirements.
  • Actively participate in Health Sciences Compliance program activities.
  • Adhere to the requirements of the HIPAA Privacy Policies and Procedures.
  • Maintain confidentiality of patients, families, and staff.
  • Attend training as necessary for Management Information Systems expansion of efficiencies due to upgrades or new technology as they relate to Materiel Management.
  • Assume other duties and responsibilities that are related and appropriate to the position and area. The above responsibilities are a general description of the level and nature of the work assigned to this classification and are not considered to be all-inclusive.
  • Perform other duties that further the customer service needs of the unit, such as answering phones, greeting and escorting patients, and administrative and clerical duties upon demand.
  • Respond to emergent and urgent patient and operational issues.
  • On occasion may be requested to cover part or all of other shifts, and/or be on call.
  • Obtain necessary certifications including but not limited to those required by regulatory agencies.
  • Other tasks related to Material receiving, inventory, and delivery.

C.A.R.E.S.
Must demonstrate collaboration; accountability; respect; excellence; and service.
Works with team members and peers in and outside of their immediate work group to create an exceptional experience for patients, students and other visitors; looks for ways to achieve departmental/institutional results by partnering.
Accepts responsibility for his/her actions to provide health care and or ancillary functions in a highly efficient and compassionate manner.  The employee must function as a Steward (Have Ownership) of the Howard values that foster a commitment to improving the patient and student experience, organizational efficiency and the environment.
Embraces diversity; cares holistically for those we serve; treats all as we would like to be treated; manages the patient’s right to privacy with meticulous care 100% of the time and keeps patient and proprietary information about the institution confidential.
Anticipates the patient’s and student’s needs, presents as a model representative of the institution and maintains high standards of care while striving to improve performance and create exceptional experiences for our customers.
Behaves in a friendly, resourceful and professional manner towards all they encounter
CORE COMPETENCIES:
Knowledge of Materials Management and Material handling policies, operations and procedures in order to achieve department requirements.
Competence in both oral and written English.
Ability to establish and maintain effective and harmonious work relationships with patients, visitors, staff, physicians, Hospital and University officials, and the general public.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
High School Graduate or General Equivalency Diploma (G.E.D.)
One (1) year of responsible distribution work experience in a hospital or medical facility or related experience preferred.
Must be able to work days, evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays with changes to schedule as necessary for Hospital operations.
Must be able to stand, walk, sit, lift (up to 45 pounds), stoop, kneel, crouch, bend, pull, reach, handle, write, speak, hear, see (color vision), calculate, compare, edit and evaluate for extended periods of time. Must be able to tolerate and work in a hot, cold, humid, dusty, and/or noisy environment. May be exposed to pathogens, exhaust fumes (from delivery trucks), and unpleasant odors.
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Regional Sales Manager

ULINE

Alexandria, VA
15 days ago
Alexandria, VA
15 days ago
Alexandria, Virginia
Regional Sales Manager

As an essential business, we supply companies and organizations with the products they need to serve customers and keep operations running. The health and safety of Uline employees continue to be our top priority, and we have implemented numerous changes to our normal operating policies in response to COVID-19.

As a sales leader with Uline, use your Sales Manager expertise to support a sales team delivering product solutions that help our customers realize their business goals.
Uline is proud to operate as a drug-free workplace. All new hires must complete a pre-employment drug screening.
Position Responsibilities
  • As a Uline Sales Manager, manage sales activity of a team of 8 - 10 sales representatives.
  • Recruit, retain and motivate top sales talent to ensure the highest levels of service and performance.
  • Work with National Sales and Training Managers to implement sales strategies and ensure training procedures are followed.
  • Perform regular joint sales calls and work closely with strategic accounts.
  • Monitor and analyze sales goals.

Minimum Requirements
  • Bachelor's degree.
  • 5+ years sales management / sales manager experience with proven field sales experience and results.
  • Strong leadership and training skills a must.
  • Ability to motivate, inspire and lead a professional sales team.
  • Excellent interpersonal and oral and written communication skills.
  • Must be available to travel to Uline’s branch in Allentown, PA at least 1 to 2 days per week.
  • Travel to various customers throughout Mid-Atlantic region as needed.
Benefits
  • Complete insurance coverage that includes medical, dental, vision and life insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts and wellness programs.
  • 401(k) with 5% employer match.
  • Paid holidays and generous paid time off.
  • Bonus programs that include annual performance, sales goals and profit sharing.
  • Scholarship program for children of employees.

About Uline
Uline is North America's leading distributor of shipping, industrial and packaging materials. We're a family-owned company known for incredible service, our 800+ page catalog of over 38,500 quality products and same-day shipping of our huge in-stock inventory. With over 7,000 employees across 12 locations, it's time you joined Uline.
Each resume submitted gets individually reviewed by our team and retained for 24 months in case a great opportunity opens for you to join our Uline family.
EEO/AA Employer/Vet/Disabled
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Food Service Receiver & Shipping Coordinator

Food & Friends

Washington, DC
14 days ago
Washington, DC
14 days ago

Food & Friends provides medically-tailored meals, nutrition counseling, and friendship to people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer, and other life-challenging illnesses. Our team of sixty employees and thousands of volunteers delivers meals and hope to people living in the District of Columbia and several counties across Maryland and Virginia. There is no charge or income qualification for our services, which are rendered solely on the basis of medical need.

 

We seek a Food Service Receiver and Shipping Coordinator to assist with inventory management and packaging meals for delivery.  Specific duties include:

 

  • receiving shipments of food and kitchen supplies, checking orders for accuracy, and inspecting food for quality and freshness;
  • working with vendors to replace missing or damaged/expired goods;
  • unpacking shipments of food and supplies, and storing them appropriately;
  • taking inventory of food items and expiration dates to minimize shortages and waste;
  • assessing and documenting temperatures of perishable food items and their storage areas, such as refrigerators and freezers;
  • cleaning and organizing food storage areas to maintain strict hygiene standards at all times; and
  • packing home delivered meals for shipping to clients.

 

This is an excellent opportunity for a detail-oriented individual with an interest in food service to join the team of one of DC’s most prominent nonprofit organizations. 

 

The successful candidate will have a high school diploma and at least two years of relevant experience.  Other requirements include knowledge of sanitary food handling techniques and ability to pass a food handler’s exam; a keen sense for organization; ability to take notes and maintain written documentation; ability to operate a pallet jack; an appreciation for diversity; and ability to be physically mobile, stand for long periods of time, and regularly  lift up to 50 lbs.  Must be able to work independently and as part of a team.  Offer of employment contingent upon a pre-employment drug test.

 

Food & Friends provides a competitive hourly rate and generous benefits.  Our staff enjoys a high quality, diverse work environment that includes short Fridays and casual dress.  Food & Friends is Metro accessible, and has free on-site parking.

 

To apply, please submit cover letter and resume to:

 

Mr. Lucas Ginn

Food & Friends

219 Riggs Road, NE

Washington, DC  20011

Fax: 202-635-4263

Email:  apply@foodandfriends.org

No phone calls, please

Food & Friends is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Senior Proposal Manager

MindPetal

Vienna, VA
14 days ago
Vienna, VA
$110k Per Year
14 days ago
$110k Per Year

Senior Proposal Manager

The Senior Proposal Manager is responsible for leading, planning, scheduling, and overseeing the timely development and delivery of high-quality responses to federal business opportunities, from pre-RFP to post-submission activities, in a fast-paced environment. Key activities include developing a compliant outline for all volumes, leading win theme development, developing compliance matrices, scheduling color reviews, updating leadership on progress, leading daily status meetings, motivating and focusing the proposal team, and ensuring each response is both compelling and compliant. The ideal candidate is a thought leader who fosters a positive team environment, can work closely with and report to the opportunity Capture Manager, and quickly adjust to dynamic proposal development schedules and requirements.

Responsibilities

  • Manage the successful development of compliant, competitive, cogent, and compelling proposals through effective collaboration across teams that include internal staff, corporate partners, consultants, and supporting vendors.
  • Work with the Capture Manager to determine author assignments and integrate win strategy, themes, and discriminators into proposal.
  • Lead and analyze RFI, RFQ, RFPs and other bid documents for requirements.
  • Develop the proposal schedule, proposal outline, writing assignments, and compliance matrix.
  • Prepare and lead kickoff meetings and daily status calls.
  • Establish and maintain a SharePoint site for each proposal.
  • Provide advice, leadership, and guidance to authors on all proposal content.
  • Take ownership of the quality of the proposal for color reviews and final delivery by performing rigorous quality assurance checks on draft and final documents.
  • Conduct activities required to successfully perform color reviews, debrief authors, and perform color review recovery.
  • Ensure the high-quality content and appearance of final proposal deliverables.
  • Coordinate and support the production, reproduction, binding, and packaging in finalizing the proposal submission and response processes, if applicable.
  • Ensure timely delivery of proposals that are fully compliant with solicitation instructions.
  • Conduct and document lessons learned and implement actions to improve process efficiency.
  • Manage the development of oral presentations, discussions, and proposal revisions.
  • Support the VP of Corporate Development in creating and delivering training for Business Development and other staff to continuously improve our corporate proposal operations.

Required Education and Experience

  • Minimum of five years proven experience managing proposal teams and leading them efficiently in a dynamic, fast-paced environment on moderate- to high-complexity federal opportunities.
  • A proven track record of managing and winning proposals within the federal IT services market ranging from $10M to $100M.
  • Ability to conduct research and synthesize information from multiple sources (subject matter experts, previous proposals) into a cohesive, easy-to-read, and persuasive final product.
  • Ability to multi-task and work on multiple concurrent projects.
  • Ability to adapt to various people and working styles under tight deadlines.
  • Ability to work beyond regular schedule hours if needed.
  • Bachelor's degree in business or communications field, or equivalent professional experience.
  • Possess excellent leadership, prioritization, and organizational skills.
  • Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Possess strong editing skills; excellent knowledge of grammar and punctuation.
  • High proficiency in the MS Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project), Adobe Acrobat, and Microsoft SharePoint.

 

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Deployment Engineer III

ABBTECH Professional Resources

Rockville, MD
1 day ago
Rockville, MD
1 day ago

Job Description:

- Assist in the enterprise images’ architecture, implementation, and maintenance of the organization's desktop infrastructure environments including installation, upgrades, software deployment, patching, and high-level troubleshooting.
- Develop and document architectural design for endpoint hardware (both physical and virtual) as well as operating systems configurations and management capabilities.
- Perform secure baseline image creation and tailoring of Windows operating system images for specific hardware configurations from a common core baseline.
- Conduct Windows 10 Readiness and Compatibility Assessment of hardware, software, and infrastructure environment.
- Support application packaging, deployments, documentation, and release control in an Enterprise environment.
- Writes documentation, including project plans, backup plans, business continuance, installation procedures, and troubleshooting tips. Creates diagrams, including technical topology.
- Develop Windows 10 Base Image, crafting the operating system and GPO settings so that they integrate with all enterprise hardware and software.
- Create / maintain custom task sequences and other custom code for front-end image management
- Validate that each image meets the customers’ supplied requirements and internal quality guidelines
- Provide desktop management automation through scripting to deliver consistent and predictable services
- Ensure that the images load without errors and completely in all supported scenarios (e.g. Vendor staging, DMA, bare metal re-image, USB Flash Drive, USB Drive, Network, etc.)
- Work in close relation with the Release Manager and Application Packagers.
- Maintain documentation of their activities and having checklists for the various tasks in their respective area of responsibility.
- Open and follow-up on incidents with the hardware vendors in the event of a problem relating to A supported hardware platform
- Keep abreast of changes occurring in the client environment that could have an impact on deliverables.
- Ensure that the drivers and UEFI/BIOS levels and configurations are certified.
- Conduct sanity testing of images before it is handed out for QA testing.
Qualifications:
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s Degree (in Computer Science or related field) or equivalent, and 8 - 12 years of related experience, including at least 7 years specializing in Windows desktop, server and enterprise technologies.

 

Working understanding of Active Directory including Kerberos, GPO, LDAP, and basic Forest/Domain design/deployment.
Experience managing Microsoft Active Directory to include implementation of group policy objects (GPOs).
Proficient in scripting, PowerShell a must.
Experience configuring and maintaining Microsoft Windows security technologies
Experience with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager. Ability to create packages, deployments, task sequences, and site configuration and troubleshooting.
Familiar with Microsoft Windows OSD (Operating System Deployment) principles and implementation including Sysprep, Windows Image Format (WIM), Unattended automation, User State Migration Tool (USMT), Windows Preinstallation Environment (WinPE), and Preboot Execution Environment (PXE).
Microsoft Windows 7 through Windows 10 operating systems build-out, imaging and deployment, backup & restore, patching, hardware management, resource management and allocation, troubleshooting, vendor management, critical incident response.
Windows Servers: 2012 R2, 2016 (physical and VM) experience highly desired.

Must- Haves (Hard Skills)

Please review the job description outlined below

at least 7 years specializing in Windows desktop, server and enterprise technologies.

 

Degree Requirements

: Bachelor’s Degree (in Computer Science or related field) or equivalent, and 8 - 12 years of related experience, including at least 7 years specializing in Windows desktop, server and enterprise technologies.

ABBTECH is an EOE/Minorities/Women/Disabled Individuals/Veterans

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Clinical Recovery Coordinator

Washington Regional Transplant Community

Falls Church, VA
17 days ago
Falls Church, VA
17 days ago

Founded in 1987, Washington Regional Transplant Community (WRTC) is the federally designated, non-profit organ procurement organization (OPO) serving the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. As one of 58 OPOs nationwide, WRTC works collaboratively with its 44 hospital partners and 6 transplant centers to facilitate organ, eye and tissue donation. We are currently looking for a Clinical Recovery Coordinator to join our team.


POSITION SUMMARY:

The Clinical Recovery Coordinator, (CRC) is responsible for the duties related to the evaluation, allocation, and surgical recovery of organs and tissues for transplantation, medical research and medical education. Clinical responsibilities include donor evaluation and clinical management, organ evaluation and allocation and the surgical recovery and preservation of donated organs and tissue. In addition, the CRC will present the option of donation to the legal next-of-kin in a compassionate manner. Specific non-clinical responsibilities include working with WRTC's Hospital Development and Public Affairs to help further the strategic plan of these departments related to donation activities in our area.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum prerequisites are a degree in the biological sciences, physician's assistant, nursing, paramedicine, allied health, or related work experience in transplantation and/or organ and tissue procurement.

SKILLS:

Must be a proactive team player dedicated to enhancing the quality and availability of donated tissue for transplantation and research. Must have strong verbal and written communication abilities and possess strong organizational skills. Must be able to clearly read, write, speak and understand English. Must be compassionate, conscientious, ethical, and possess strong interpersonal skills that contribute to working with families of potential donors as well as a variety of medical professionals. Must be a self-starter and be able to work independently. The position requires computer literacy using PC applications in a Microsoft Windows based environment and demonstrated competency in the use of Microsoft Office software programs. It also requires the ability to access, use and efficiently navigate the Internet and demonstrated capability of learning other data base programs.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

The position requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate telephones and computers; an ability to speak clearly in order to accurately convey information in person or by telephone; an ability to hear and understand speech both over the phone and in person. Additionally, the position requires vision correctable to 20/20 in order to read patient charts; and the ability to lift and carry heavy objects, such as audio-visual equipment and educational displays. Considerable local travel is a requirement of the position and the incumbent must have a valid Driver's License, must be able to drive during day and night time hours, and have available a reliable, insured automobile for transportation.


JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Clinical

  • Accept on-call responsibilities as assigned.
  • Prepare for on-call responsibilities with current recovery information and functioning recovery equipment, electronic medical record (EMR) access, hospital and WRTC ID badges.
  • Provide a prompt and professional response to all hospital referral calls in a manner consistent with the WRTC policy and procedures.
  • Provide on-site clinical and social evaluation of all potential donors.
  • Under the direction of the Medical Director, help to determine medical suitability for organ donation.
  • Act as the professional resource on donation for the hospital staff.
  • Confirm brain death diagnosis aligns with hospital policy and all regulations.
  • Provide prompt and professional site evaluation of all potential donors. Obtain all relevant information required to make a comprehensive assessment of medical suitability for donation potential.
  • Act as the professional resource for donation.
  • Communicate appropriate information to the administrator-on-call.
  • Determine the legal next-of-kin for a potential donor.
  • Determine the appropriate approach strategy for the potential donor's next-of-kin to ensure a compassionate, sensitive, decoupled approach when offering the opportunity of donation.
  • Be proficient at presenting the opportunity of donation to the legal next-of-kin. Act as professional resource to the family regarding the opportunity of organ and tissue donation.
  • Complete all paper and electronic records per WRTC policy.
  • Obtain a complete donor risk assessment interview (DRAI) on the donor from the individual best able to provide accurate and complete medical and social history information.
  • Ensure that all other donation related documentation, including, but not limited to documentation required to comply with hospital protocol are properly completed.
  • Identify cases that fall under the jurisdiction of the Medical Examiner (ME).
  • Contact the ME and obtain approval for organ and tissue donation as required. Note and document any restrictions or special requests of the ME. Ensure that all requests from the ME are completed.
  • Direct the clinical management of the donor. This includes ordering organ specific tests, evaluating those tests, and correcting any abnormalities that exist. This clinical management is performed under the guidance of the WRTC Medical Director. Document all management activity completely and clearly in the donor record.
  • Allocate donated organs and tissues per the WRTC and the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (OPTN) policies. Document all allocation activity completely and clearly in the donor record.
  • Contact the operating room (OR) to notify of upcoming organ and tissue recovery procedure. Ensure availability of an OR for recovery of organs and tissues. Confirm time of recovery with OR personnel.
  • Coordinate the surgical recovery of donated organs and tissues to include communication with all appropriate recovery teams and the confirmation of the availability of hospital operating rooms for recovery.
  • Oversee the recovery procedure, including OR donor management and personnel workflow, to ensure optimal organ viability and respect for the donor and their gifts. Assist with the surgical recovery of organs as required. Assist with the preparation and administration of preservation solutions and packaging of organs. Document the physical characteristics of organs and all OR related processes.
  • Coordinate the disposition of organs not suitable for transplantation, including those sent to medical research.
  • Ensure that all tissue typing materials (i.e., spleen, lymph nodes, blood) used to facilitate organ placement are recovered, separated, labeled, packaged, distributed, and stored as required.
  • Maintain detailed, complete, and accurate records of all donor referrals, donation discussions, donor management, organ allocation, and donor recovery as required.
  • Maintain current knowledge of all WRTC organ and tissue recovery policies and procedures. Adhere to the professional standards and practices for quality assurance as established within the organization.
  • Provide follow-up and donation outcome information to nurses, physicians, family members, and other individuals involved in a donation process.
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the pulsatile preservation equipment and procedures, including equipment set-up and preservation management techniques.
  • Perform pulsatile preservation on recovered kidneys and evaluate post-recovery function.
  • Actively participate in post-donor review with peers, Manager(s) and Director(s).
  • After two years as a CRC I, the Certified Procurement Transplant Coordinator (CPTC) certification is preferred.
  • There are de minimus responsibilities related specifically to tissue donation.

Non-Clinical, Hospital Development:

  • Assist WRTC Hospital Services staff in hospital development activities.

BENEFITS

We are in a beautiful office located in Falls Church, VA. Our outstanding benefit package includes medical, dental and vision benefits for all full-time employees, paid time off, short-term and long-term disability, retirement plan with generous company match, on-site fitness facility, excellent training program and more! Visit www.beadonor.org to learn more about our organization.

PLEASE NOTE

Position requires significant travel within the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Valid driver's license must be maintained and availability of a reliable automobile. On occasion, and more frequently during on call time frames, the position requires working during evening, night and weekend hours. Final candidates must successfully complete pre-employment testing to include a criminal background check and drug/alcohol screening. EOE M/F/D/V

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Evening Store Manager

Chick-fil-A DC USA

Washington, DC
13 days ago
Washington, DC
13 days ago

Come join a dynamic team as a Store Manager at Chick-fil-A DC USA (Columbia Heights). The successful applicant will be a leader in a thriving business committed to growing the talents of team members and delivering an outstanding dining experience for every guest.  *** This position is for the evening only***  The successful candidate must be able to work from 2pm - close, with availability to work 35hrs+ each week.

The primary function of the Store Manager is to support and manage daily operations to ensure daily and strategic goals are met.  The Kitchen is the heart of the restaurant, the Front Counter is the front line of engagement with guests – this role requires a leader to foster common goals, coach the team, and work in a fast pace environment, while ensuring the highest Chick-fil-A quality standards are met.  Quick-thinking, emotional intelligence, and rigorous adherence to process, food safely, and cleanliness are a must for this position. The selected Manager will be of strong character, reliable, able to lead a diverse and dynamic team, and help us continue building a caring culture. Easy commute with direct access to the Columbia Heights metro station across the street (Green and Yellow lines). 

**You must be 21 years or older to apply for this position**

Hiring Timeline:

  • Immediate opening

General Responsibilities:

  • Foster strong working relationship with Team Members and Directors in pursuit of excellence in Operations and Financial Management
  • Reinforces the Chick-fil-A CORE 4, H.E.A.R.D., and Delivering Second Mile Service
  • Coach the behaviors of team members to meet service models
  • Ensure team members are in compliance with grooming and work preparedness standards
  • Strict adherence to food safety standards, Chick-fil-A procedures and guidelines 
  • Supervision of team members to include scheduling and performance management 
  • Motivating team members during demanding service periods
  • Managing stock and helping to ensure that stations stay stocked during service
  • Keep accurate records and adhere to all checklists
  • Ensure cleanliness standards are rigorously maintained  
  • Ensure proper use of all equipment and associated maintenance 
  • Ensure safety standards are followed by all employees 
  • Maintains high standards of quality control, hygiene, and health and safety
  • Oversee speed of service and completion of goals
  • Protect and promote the guest experience by ensuring packaging food presentation quality
  • Financial Stewardship management through Food Cost, Labor Costs, and Repairs and Maintenance
  • Ensure financial stewardship measures are taking place and maintained throughout the restaurant
  • Approve the quality of established opening and closing procedures
  • Responds to customer concerns
  • Inventory end-of-month counts, ordering, and management to ensure adequate stock to meet sales and guest demands 
  • Other duties as required 

Skills:

  • Combine critical thinking and practical leadership to create a culture of care
  • Effectively coach and give direction
  • Knowledgeable with all procedures and works with a sense of urgency
  • Passion for developing people
  • Strategic thinker, Goal-oriented, strong technology skills
  • Great communicator both in handling difficult situations and a diverse team
  • Understand the fundamentals of every position on the team
  • Outgoing/friendly/patient
  • Desire for ongoing training/education
  • Strong ability to work in a team environment
  • Results-oriented
  • Detailed & keenly observant
  • Passion for procedural discipline
  • Proven history of consistently performing at a high level

Minimum Qualifications (Required): 

  • High School Diploma or equivalent 
  • Strong Ability to solve complex problems 
  • Leadership experience with references
  • Available to work full evening shift - close ( 2:00pm – close)
  • Understand and perform to Chick-fil-A customer service standards
  • Consistently executes procedures with excellence
  • Knowledge of Microsoft office and other common business applications 
  • Self-directed and highly organized
  • Mature and dependable
  • Ability to motivate others

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s, Culinary Arts degree, or equivalent experience 
  • Prior Chick-fil-A experience in a manager/leadership role a plus with references
  • Leadership experience in Quick Serve food service kitchen operations with references
  • Bilingual: English and Spanish

 Benefits:

  • Competitive pay with bonus incentives starting at $22/hr, after training $25/hr
  • Flexible work schedule  
  • Health and Life Insurance benefits available (full time)
  • Paid annual and sick leave 
  • Retirement plan with 3% annual salary match 
  • Convenient and easy commute - Columbia Heights Metro station across the street from store  

Additional Info: 

  • Must be 21 years old or older 
  • Required to have Serve-Safe certification within 30 days of being hired  
  • For immediate consideration - submit your full application, resume, and references 

Please note: DO NOT CALL the restaurant for status of your application. Once your application is submitted, a representative from our off-site recruiting team we will be in contact with qualified candidates via email and text within 24-48 hours.

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Clinical Recovery Associate

Washington Regional Transplant Community

Falls Church, VA
17 days ago
Falls Church, VA
17 days ago
POSITION SUMMARY:
The Clinical Recovery Associate, Level I (CRA-I) is responsible for duties related to the surgical recovery of organs for transplantation, research, and education. The duties are performed in conjunction with and under the direction of the primary Clinical Recovery Coordinator on an organ donation case. Specific responsibilities include preservation and packaging of donated organs, allocation of locally recovered or imported organs to transplant centers, and maintenance of equipment and surgical supplies for organ recovery.
QUALIFICATIONS:
The minimum prerequisite is an undergraduate degree in the biological sciences, nursing, paramedicine, allied health, or experience commensurate with such a degree.
SKILLS:
Must be a proactive team player dedicated to enhancing the quality and availability of donated organs for transplantation, education, and research. Must have strong verbal and written communication abilities and possess strong organizational skills. Must be able to read, write, speak and understand English. Must be compassionate, conscientious, ethical, and possess strong interpersonal skills that contribute to working with families of potential donors as well as a variety of medical professionals. Must be a self-starter and be able to work independently.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Considerable local travel is a requirement of the position and the incumbent must have a valid driver's license, must be able to drive during day and night time hours, and have available a reliable, insured automobile for transportation. Must be able to lift and carry heavy objects up to fifty pounds.
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Clinical
  • Provides on-call intraoperative assistance to the primary Clinical Recovery Coordinator (CRC) on vascular organ donation cases.
  • Provides a prompt, timely, professional response to all operating room organ recovery calls.
  • Provides transportation of coolers, perfusion and slush solution, recovery medications, perfusion machines and all other necessary equipment to the donor hospital operating room (OR) at a time predetermined by the primary CRC.
  • Utilizes sterile technique to assist with set-up of the organ recovery OR. This includes proper set-up of "back-tables" where surgeons perform further dissection and evaluation of recovered organs. Additionally, assists with set-up of dissection instruments, packaging materials, and making sterile slush.
  • Ensures that OR recovery procedures are reviewed with anesthesia personnel.
  • Assists in the "back-table" flush of organs, and monitors the quality of the organ flush and quantity of flush solution used. Communicates this information to recovering surgeon and documents this information.
  • Assists the surgeon with organ packaging per UNOS and WRTC protocols. Ensures proper packaging of recovered organs and includes documentation, media, and specimens for cross-matching.
  • Documentation of organ anatomy and recovery times; and
  • Copying and collating of donor chart material for packaging with the organs and for the Medical Examiner (ME) and other recovery teams.
  • Ensures that all donor blood is drawn, recovery medications prepared and administered according to WRTC protocols and surgeon direction, and that blood cultures are taken and sent to lab for testing.
  • Ensures that the organ donor is closed and cleaned properly following recovery and transports the donor to the morgue.
  • Collects all WRTC organ recovery equipment and returns this to the office with the original copy of the donor chart.
  • Allocates organs (renal and extra-renal) from local, regional and national donors per UNOS and WRTC protocols. Maintains a thorough knowledge of the national computer program including operation of UNET and UNOS allocation system. Documents information pertaining to each case in the donor and/or import chart.
Administrative:
  • Copies and collates paperwork from the donor chart for all recovered specimens and other recovery teams and for the Medical Examiner (ME).
  • Informs ME offices when donation is complete, and the donor is ready for transport.
  • Obtains all donor culture results from donor hospitals and forwards this information to transplant centers. Documents the results and communications in the donor chart.
  • Contacts transplant centers to obtain recipient information and documents this information in the donor chart.
  • Purchases and maintains all equipment and surgical supplies required for organ donor management and evaluation.
  • Ensures that the medical supply area is fully stocked, clean and organized. Cleans, sterilizes and maintains donor bags, coolers, recovery sets and equipment.
BENEFITS
We are in a beautiful office located in Falls Church, VA. Our outstanding benefit package includes medical, dental and vision benefits for all full-time employees, paid time off, short-term and long-term disability, retirement plan with generous company match, on-site fitness facility, excellent training program and more! Visit www.beadonor.org to learn more about our organization.

PLEASE NOTE
Position requires significant travel within the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Valid driver's license must be maintained and availability of a reliable automobile. On occasion, and more frequently during on call time frames, the position requires working during evening, night and weekend hours. Final candidates must successfully complete pre-employment testing to include a criminal background check and drug/alcohol screening. EOE M/F/D/V
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Store Manager (Evening)

Chick-fil-A DC USA

Washington, DC
27 days ago
Washington, DC
27 days ago

Come join a dynamic team as a Store Manager at Chick-fil-A DC USA (Columbia Heights). The successful applicant will be a leader in a thriving business committed to growing the talents of team members and delivering an outstanding dining experience for every guest.  *** This position is for the evening only***  The successful candidate must be able to work from 2pm - close, with availability to work at least 35hrs+ each week.

The primary function of the Store Manager is to support and manage daily operations to ensure daily and strategic goals are met.  The Kitchen is the heart of the restaurant, the Front Counter is the front line of engagement with guests – this role requires a leader to foster common goals, coach the team, and work in a fast pace environment, while ensuring the highest Chick-fil-A quality standards are met.  Quick-thinking, emotional intelligence, and rigorous adherence to process, food safely, and cleanliness are a must for this position. The selected Manager will be of strong character, reliable, able to lead a diverse and dynamic team, and help us continue building a caring culture. Easy commute with direct access to the Columbia Heights metro station across the street (Green and Yellow lines). 

**You must be 21 years or older to apply for this position**

Hiring Timeline:

  • Immediate opening

General Responsibilities:

  • Foster strong working relationship with Team Members and Directors in pursuit of excellence in Operations and Financial Management
  • Reinforces the Chick-fil-A CORE 4, H.E.A.R.D., and Delivering Second Mile Service
  • Coach the behaviors of team members to meet service models
  • Ensure team members are in compliance with grooming and work preparedness standards
  • Strict adherence to food safety standards, Chick-fil-A procedures and guidelines 
  • Supervision of team members to include scheduling and performance management 
  • Motivating team members during demanding service periods
  • Managing stock and helping to ensure that stations stay stocked during service
  • Keep accurate records and adhere to all checklists
  • Ensure cleanliness standards are rigorously maintained  
  • Ensure proper use of all equipment and associated maintenance 
  • Ensure safety standards are followed by all employees 
  • Maintains high standards of quality control, hygiene, and health and safety
  • Oversee speed of service and completion of goals
  • Protect and promote the guest experience by ensuring packaging food presentation quality
  • Financial Stewardship management through Food Cost, Labor Costs, and Repairs and Maintenance
  • Ensure financial stewardship measures are taking place and maintained throughout the restaurant
  • Approve the quality of established opening and closing procedures
  • Responds to customer concerns
  • Inventory end-of-month counts, ordering, and management to ensure adequate stock to meet sales and guest demands 
  • Other duties as required 

Skills:

  • Combine critical thinking and practical leadership to create a culture of care
  • Effectively coach and give direction
  • Knowledgeable with all procedures and works with a sense of urgency
  • Passion for developing people
  • Strategic thinker, Goal-oriented, strong technology skills
  • Great communicator both in handling difficult situations and a diverse team
  • Understand the fundamentals of every position on the team
  • Outgoing/friendly/patient
  • Desire for ongoing training/education
  • Strong ability to work in a team environment
  • Results-oriented
  • Detailed & keenly observant
  • Passion for procedural discipline
  • Proven history of consistently performing at a high level

Minimum Qualifications (Required): 

  • High School Diploma or equivalent 
  • Strong Ability to solve complex problems 
  • Leadership experience with references
  • Available to work full evening shift - close ( 2:00pm – close)
  • Understand and perform to Chick-fil-A customer service standards
  • Consistently executes procedures with excellence
  • Knowledge of Microsoft office and other common business applications 
  • Self-directed and highly organized
  • Mature and dependable
  • Ability to motivate others

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s, Culinary Arts degree, or equivalent experience 
  • Prior Chick-fil-A experience in a manager/leadership role a plus with references
  • Leadership experience in Quick Serve food service kitchen operations with references
  • Bilingual: English and Spanish

 Benefits:

  • Competitive pay with bonus incentives starting at $22/hr, after training $25/hr
  • Flexible work schedule  
  • Health and Life Insurance benefits available (full time)
  • Paid annual and sick leave 
  • Retirement plan with 3% annual salary match 
  • Convenient and easy commute - Columbia Heights Metro station across the street from store  
  • Paid Parking

Additional Info: 

  • Must be 21 years old or older 
  • Required to have Serve-Safe certification within 30 days of being hired  
  • For immediate consideration - submit your full application, resume, and references 

Please note: DO NOT CALL the restaurant for status of your application. Once your application is submitted, a representative from our off-site recruiting team we will be in contact with qualified candidates via email and text within 24-48 hours.

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Security Classification Analyst

General Dynamics Information Technology

Arlington, VA
1 day ago
Arlington, VA
1 day ago
Type of Requisition: Regular
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: Top Secret/SCI
Public Trust/Other Required: Other
Job Family: Intelligence
The Office of Military Commissions (OMC) and Military Commissions Defense Organization (MCDO) require an experienced professional to provide classification reviews and overall information security support to assist trial defense counsel in all aspects of pre-trial and trial-phase case preparation. The Defense Information Security Officer (DISO) will serve as the privileged and principal information security advisor to an assigned trial defense team within MCDO and will oversee information security provisions pertaining to the filing of motions, responses, replies, and other documents with the Commission.
Must have an active TS/SCI security clearance.
Responsibilities
DISO’s work in a team environment under the technical direction of a GDIT manager and advise and assist in implementing procedures to ensure that all classified documents are properly marked, secured, controlled and safeguarded; monitor internal policies and procedures for information security management; provide security education regarding transmitting, transferring, reproducing, downgrading, and destroying information; and ensure compliance with Intelligence Community, DoD and OMC policies, including Military Judge Protective Orders, on privileged, protected, and classified information.
Specific tasks include, but are not limited to :
+ Maintains, preserves, and protects attorney-client privileged information
+ Assists the Defense with applying classification guides, including reviewing pleadings and other papers prepared by the defense to ensure they are unclassified or properly marked as classified
+ Assist the Defense in performing their duty to apply derivative classification markings pursuant to E.O. 13526 §2.1(b).
+ Provide subject matter expertise developing, maintaining, and utilizing security classification guides (SCG’s) and provide interpretation and security guidance for classification reviews.
+ Serves as POC and liaison for all information security matters related to the Defense Trial Team
+ Maintain full accountability of official records (to include document control, classified storage, transporting, and destruction) in accordance with applicable DoD and directorate security regulations and SOPs.
+ Ensures incoming material is properly and appropriately packaged, inventoried, and marked
+ Prepares outgoing material for transportation including packaging, marking, inventory, and tracking
+ Controls the maintenance of audit trails for receipt, distribution, and processing control of all official correspondence
+ Monitors and identifies INFOSEC discrepancies and recommends corrective action
+ Reports issues, deficiencies, and violations as needed to the appropriate Government personnel
Required Experience, Skills, and Qualifications:
+ Must have a Bachelor’s degree and at least four years of progressive relevant experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience
+ Ability to manage multiple, simultaneous task requirements within a fast-paced environment
+ Strong interpersonal and communication skills (both written and oral), attention to detail, analytical and presentation skills, and ability to work effectively with diverse groups in a demanding environment
Desired Experience, Skills, and Qualifications:
+ Bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline (e.g., justice, criminology, national security, intelligence)
+ Thorough understanding of and experience with Original Classification Authority (OCA) security classification guides (SCG); derivative classification authority and specific procedures; classified document production and review; authority for challenging potentially improper classification; classification determination of unmarked information; prohibition and limitations on the compilation of unclassified information; CAPCO Register and Implementation Manual; EO 13526; and ICDs 701, 703, and 704.
+ Knowledge of capital defense concepts, including mitigation
+ Experience providing analytical support to criminal defense cases
+ Proficiency with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel (or similar applications)
+ Familiarity with LexisNexis platforms (Concordance and CaseMap) or similar litigation support software
We are GDIT. The people supporting some of the most complex government, defense, and intelligence projects across the country. We deliver. Bringing the expertise needed to understand and advance critical missions. We transform. Shifting the ways clients invest in, integrate, and innovate technology solutions. We ensure today is safe and tomorrow is smarter. We are there. On the ground, beside our clients, in the lab, and everywhere in between. Offering the technology transformations, strategy, and mission services needed to get the job done.
GDIT is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status, or any other protected class.

Posted

4 days ago

Description

BASIC FUNCTION:
Responsible for the proper movement of all supplies, linens, mail, and equipment (“Materials”) into inventory (perpetual and periodic) or end user and ensuring proper issuance, expensing, and delivery of all inventory (perpetual and periodic) supplies, equipment, clean and soiled linen, clinical staff uniforms (scrubs, lab-coats, etc.) and mail to and from all departments.  Assists the Materials Manager or Supervisor with inventory control and maintains an organized, clean and safe working environment.
 
The purpose of this position is to receive items accurately, charge (expense) appropriately and timely, conduct inventories, prepare, deliver and store as needed, deliver and replenish consumable Materials retrieve soiled and to be recycled Material from/for all locations during all hours of operations.


PRINCIPLE ACCOUNTABILITIES:
Receive Material, conduct complete daily inventory counts (cycle counts) and then pull replenishment Material from main inventories and deliver to designated location(s) and store and re-stock to established maximum par levels through the automated Supply Distribution System or non-automated stock locations as required.

Deliver all received material to end users.

Utilize technology to order, receive and process Material as needed.  Achieve appropriate Hospital performance, quality and productivity standards as established.
 
Professionally and courteously communicates with patient/family, physicians and staff and vendors.
 
  Specific tasks include but are not limited to:
  • Immediately receive, store and label all supplies as specified and prepare for distribution
  • Prepare accurate computerized receiving reports ensuring accurate data entry as to purchase order number, quantities, and shipping document numbers.
  • Separates copies of receiving reports retaining one for department files and one to be delivered with products to the appropriate department.
  • Tag all new equipment received with an attachable hospital asset tag number.
  • Coordinate with Biomedical Engineering to ensure inspection prior to use as hospital policy dictates.
  • Verify the accuracy of supplies received in the Inventory Management System (IMS) before filling any requisitions or floor stock.
  • Electronically requisition daily or as assigned, replenishment quantities to purchasing for timely and accurate purchase order generation and processing of required item for receipt and delivery to meet customers needs.
  • Rotate and arrange stock as new stock is received with special attention paid to expiration dates
  • Deliver and Store items on shelves, pallets, carts according to procedures as needed and assigned
  • Count and replenish floor stock and completes inventory of all issued supplies to the cart on the computer system
  • Reconciles charges received to supplies consumed and notifies Materiel Manager of lost charges
  • Complete proper breakdown of supplies into proper package, roll, box, etc
  • Check and restock special procedure and dan carts
  • Prepare outgoing supplies/equipment and maintain proper receipt paperwork
  • Conduct weekly spot checks of supply inventory to coordinate IMS accuracy
  • Check patient/resident areas daily for biomedical equipment being used.  Ensure that asset stickers are assigned. Transport all faulty Biomedical Equipment to supply room to be entered into the Biomedical Logbook and report all faulty equipment to the Engineering department. 
  • Distribute linen to various departments and ensure the linen levels are appropriate based on usage
  • Distribute mail to various departments
  • Package identification and ensuring appropriate actions are taken regarding special handling items i.e. Radioactive packages
  • Initiate postage purchase requirements by updating management to remaining account balances.
  • Utilize electronic system for parcel and mail receipt and distribution for tracking purposes
  • Dispatches and post outgoing mail, parcel posts, registered, certified and other special mail items.
  •  Maintains controls and accountability of all aspects of the distribution and storeroom function
  • Treat each patient/resident, visitor, employee with the proper demeanor as outlined in the Hospital/Nursing Home Code of Conduct
  • Attend computer training classes and become proficient in data entry
  • Perform accurate daily charging (expensing) and patient charging of supplies via Lawson, Soarian, or then current electronic systems.
  • Replenish Dan Carts and Intubation boxes immediately upon receipt coordinating retrieval with end users promptly
  • Retrieve equipment from units, decontaminate, and stage in appropriate area for re-distribution as assigned and required.
  • Maintains the safety, security and cleanliness of the Materials Managements areas and loading dock by clearing Material containers, trash and other debris. 
  • Complete and turn in daily all paperwork related to replenishments or issues of items paying particular attention to accuracy. All documentation must include employee’s name.
  • Inspect all consumable supplies for proper labeling, expiration, and proper condition (packaging undamaged).
  • Complete daily clean linen replenishment to established and new locations as assigned and scheduled or on an as needed basis, documenting the number of pieces issued and the paperwork being turned in daily with employee’s name.
  • Pull soiled linens as assigned and scheduled, wearing appropriate Personal Protective Equipment as required.
  • Weight soiled linens and chart as carts (trucks) are put in established soiled linen area.
  • Put away all inventory shipments to appropriate or designated locations for issue, breaking down boxes and removing them and other packaging debris to designated disposal location. Inspect clean linen (processed work) for damage or staining and sequestering in appropriate location.
  • Store processed and new linen in designated storage areas.
  • Sort linens and prepare carts for delivery to designated locations.
  • Answer telephone and respond to customers concerning item(s) or linen requirements and deliver to the end user as necessary or when scheduled to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Maintain a clean, safe work environment, including removal of any excess debris/materials to prevent unsafe conditions.
  • Promote adherence to the Health Sciences Compliance Program, the Howard University Code of Ethics and the Health Sciences Standards of Conduct.
  • Attend annual and periodic mandatory Compliance Program training including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy training.
  • Participate in activities that promote adherence to federal healthcare program requirements.
  • Actively participate in Health Sciences Compliance program activities.
  • Adhere to the requirements of the HIPAA Privacy Policies and Procedures.
  • Maintain confidentiality of patients, families, and staff.
  • Attend training as necessary for Management Information Systems expansion of efficiencies due to upgrades or new technology as they relate to Materiel Management.
  • Assume other duties and responsibilities that are related and appropriate to the position and area. The above responsibilities are a general description of the level and nature of the work assigned to this classification and are not considered to be all-inclusive.
  • Perform other duties that further the customer service needs of the unit, such as answering phones, greeting and escorting patients, and administrative and clerical duties upon demand.
  • Respond to emergent and urgent patient and operational issues.
  • On occasion may be requested to cover part or all of other shifts, and/or be on call.
  • Obtain necessary certifications including but not limited to those required by regulatory agencies.
  • Other tasks related to Material receiving, inventory, and delivery.
 
C.A.R.E.S.
Must demonstrate collaboration; accountability; respect; excellence; and service.
Works with team members and peers in and outside of their immediate work group to create an exceptional experience for patients, students and other visitors; looks for ways to achieve departmental/institutional results by partnering.

Accepts responsibility for his/her actions to provide health care and or ancillary functions in a highly efficient and compassionate manner.  The employee must function as a Steward (Have Ownership) of the Howard values that foster a commitment to improving the patient and student experience, organizational efficiency and the environment.

Embraces diversity; cares holistically for those we serve; treats all as we would like to be treated; manages the patient’s right to privacy with meticulous care 100% of the time and keeps patient and proprietary information about the institution confidential.

Anticipates the patient’s and student’s needs, presents as a model representative of the institution and maintains high standards of care while striving to improve performance and create exceptional experiences for our customers.

Behaves in a friendly, resourceful and professional manner towards all they encounter
 
CORE COMPETENCIES:
Knowledge of Materials Management and Material handling policies, operations and procedures in order to achieve department requirements.

Competence in both oral and written English.

Ability to establish and maintain effective and harmonious work relationships with patients, visitors, staff, physicians, Hospital and University officials, and the general public.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
High School Graduate or General Equivalency Diploma (G.E.D.)

One (1) year of responsible distribution work experience in a hospital or medical facility or related experience preferred.

Must be able to work days, evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays with changes to schedule as necessary for Hospital operations.

Must be able to stand, walk, sit, lift (up to 45 pounds), stoop, kneel, crouch, bend, pull, reach, handle, write, speak, hear, see (color vision), calculate, compare, edit and evaluate for extended periods of time. Must be able to tolerate and work in a hot, cold, humid, dusty, and/or noisy environment. May be exposed to pathogens, exhaust fumes (from delivery trucks), and unpleasant odors.
Source: Howard University Hospital