Job title: Supply/ Receiving Attendant – Material Management

Company: Quinte Health Care

Job description: Job Number:J0324-1119Union:UNIFORSalary:$23.53 – $24.63/HourJob Title:Supply/ Receiving Attendant – Material ManagementJob Status:Temporary Part TimeDepartment:MAT MGMT SPDSite:Multi-siteHome Site:Belleville General HospitalSecondary Site:Trenton Memorial Hospital, Prince Edward County Memorial HospitalJob Category:Support Services CareersNumber of Positions:1Hours:8am-4pm Monday-Friday with the possibility of 4-hour shifts within those hours.Position SummaryFollowing Quinte Health and 3SO Policy and leading supply chain practices, the Supply/Receiving Attendant is responsible for all supply related activities from receipt to final delivery of the supplies to their intended destination within the organizationRequired

Project Manager – Rankin Inlet, Nunavut
  • Grade 12 education, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Must successfully complete the required training program within probationary period.
  • Capable of coping with a physically demanding workload. (Physical Demands Analysis (PDA) available to review)

DutiesSupply Attendant Assignment Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Replenish and maintain unit supply storage locations ensuring proper supply levels are maintained to meet customer demand
  • Liaise with customers, receivers, purchasing and other staff in Hospital Operations in order to avoid supply disruptions
  • Utilize and maintain systems to transmit inventory counts, ensuring a high level of integrity/accuracy of items replenished
  • Accountable to individual customers, as assigned, responding to customer for all supply needs, stock, or non-stock, routine, or stat
  • Respond promptly to product recalls ensuring thorough checks of recalled stock and communicate information to customer and Supervisor/Director, Supply Chain Services

Receiving Attendant Assignment Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Accountability for accurate and prompt receipt of materials at the Hospital’s receiving dock
  • Ensuring all documentation is properly matched/attached and archived for delivery and auditing purposes
  • Responsibility for the timely delivery of materials, ensuring the security of the material and the safety of patients, visitors and staff while navigating public and restricted areas throughout the Hospital
  • Creating and performing cycle/physical inventory count activities for accuracy and data integrity
  • Ensuring shipping authorizations and shipping documents are properly prepared and archived
  • Ensuring the safe handling and distribution of controlled substances and chemicals throughout the institution
  • Ensuring proper storage of all material in accordance with WHMIS legislation

At Quinte Health, guided by our core values of Imagine It’s You, Value Everyone, We All Make a Difference, and Stronger Together, our family of four hospitals holds a central role in the mission to enhance lives and foster healthier communities. We operate as a cohesive team, uniting all our hospitals, to deliver local and regional healthcare services. In partnership with our communities, we strive to improve access to high-quality care, right in their own neighborhoods.Our sense of fulfillment is deeply rooted in the impactful work we do, a sentiment shared by our dynamic teams of staff, dedicated physicians, and committed volunteers. They not only care passionately for our patients but also for each other, embodying our core values at every turn.We don’t just serve our communities, we actively contribute to them. Quinte Health is woven into the fabric of our local landscape, with our team members residing, raising their families, and often retiring right here in the communities they cherish. We are on a constant lookout for compassionate and dedicated individuals to join our team. Our diverse array of exciting roles encompasses positions that span multiple hospitals, as well as opportunities situated within a single hospital. Join us as we live out our values in providing exceptional healthcare close to home.Physical Demands Analysis

  • Exposure to contaminated and biomedical hazards, isolation rooms, potential infection, and risk of body strains from heavy lifting (up to 50lbs)
  • Some exposure to patient rooms
  • Daily contact with various hazardous/dangerous materials common to the supply chain within the hospital environments
  • Short periods of work within a noisy receiving area created by material handling equipment
  • Exposure to high impact noise environment created by material handling equipment and movement
  • Potential exposure to the dangers associated with a variety of chemicals and controlled substances. Types of materials may include Flammable, Explosive, Toxic, Corrosive, Infectious, Shock Sensitive, Radioactive and Bio-hazardous materials
  • Exposure to weather while in receiving. Temperatures in the work area may fluctuate rapidly (-30 to +30) as dock doors open to external environmental influences. Melting snow and ice contribute to wet floors

Equal OpportunityQuinte Health is an equal opportunity employer committed to meeting needs under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom and the Ontario Human Rights Code. Our Recruitment process follows the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act in order to provide a fair and equitable process for all candidates. Applicants requiring accommodation through the recruitment/interview process are encouraged to contact the Human Resources Department at 613-969-7400 x2577 or for assistance.Quinte Health is an equal opportunity employer. We thank all interested candidates for their response, however, only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.

Location: Ontario

Job date: Sat, 29 Jun 2024 06:05:02 GMT