Field Inventory Addison, TX, USA Full Time Worksite - Addison Medical, Vision, Dental, 401(k) match, Paid Parental Leave, Paid Time Off, Tuition Reimbursement Program, + much more
OsteoMed is a leading global innovator, developer, manufacturer and marketer of specialty medical devices, surgical implants and powered surgical instruments.
Our mission is to improve patient outcomes through the design, manufacture, and service of high quality, innovative and cost effective surgical products.
We value teamwork based on trust, respect & communication. We hold our employees accountable by empowering them and recognizing their initiatives. If you are looking for a company who values its employees, apply today!
Inventory Coordinator, Field Support
Responsible for supporting the development of new products from concept through commercialization as part of a cross-functional development team. This includes active participation in origination of design concepts, design specifications, design for quality and manufacturing requirements, process/technology development, product verification/validation, project planning, and applicable documentation.
Manage the perpetual physical inventory count of active Territory Managers to maintain accurate reporting of company-owned inventory.
Create item stockroom locations in SyteLine for new Territory Managers.
Coordinate issuance per par levels of initial trunk stock inventory to new Territory Managers.
Maintain records of all material movements ensuring proper authorizations and approvals are on record.
Coordinate with the warehouse team to establish and communicate a clear timeline to accomplish special project assignments (ex. initial trunk stock, broad issuance of new parts, set building and delivery expectations for sets such as CFx,MFx, FPS, HPS, etc.).
Work with the Returns Team to resolve issues related to inventory returns, such as recovery and reallocation projects, serial number research, item number, quantity or lot variance, unauthorized returns, returns without required documentation.
Prepare and analyze reports to monitor overall inventory accuracy. Identify causes of inventory discrepancies and develop process enhancements. Continuously streamline every process performed to optimize time and resources utilized.
Coordinate which Territory Manager locations are physically counted, and effectively communicate this to all appropriate parties.
Initiate the Inventory Clearance Notification process for terminating Territory Managers.
Manage the inventory request mailbox and OsteoPower Loaner requests.
All other duties as assigned.
Must be self-motivated and deadline oriented individual.
Must possess the ability to analyze and explain trends and variances to develop inventory trend reporting.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Effective time management and organizational skills with proven ability to prioritize and juggle multiple projects simultaneously
Advanced computer proficiency including Microsoft Excel, Outlook, Query, PowerPoint, and Word.
SyteLine ERP experience preferred.
Attention to detail and accuracy in performance of documentation and data preparation.
Knowledge of accounting concepts, techniques and principles for the institution of proper controls and procedures in accordance with company policies and procedures.
Minimum high school diploma with 3-5 years related work experience and/or training in Inventory Control.
Bachelor's Degree preferred.
CPIM Certification a plus.
Able to frequently lift up to 25lb and occasionally up to 50lb.
Able to properly wear PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) required for the area of operation such as gloves, ear protection, eye protection, smocks, etc.
Able to obtain and maintain required credentials in order to access hospitals.
Able to sit or stand for long periods of time, bend, stoop, lift, reach above shoulders, pull, push, climb up/down stairs.
Travel domestically 10% of time to conduct field physical counts.
Able to work 12 hour shifts and overtime when required.
Able to work long flexible hours, including evenings and weekends periodically.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is or may be regularly required to sit and stand for sustained periods of time; reach by extending hand(s) or arm(s) in any direction; walk; Pushing; lift by raising objects from lower to higher or moving horizontally; finger (picking, pinching, typing or otherwise working, primarily with fingers rather than the whole hand as handling; grasp; feel; talk (express or exchange ideas by means of spoken word which must convey details or important spoken instructions to others accurately; hear (perceiving sounds at normal speaking levels with or without correction; repetitive motion of wrists, hands or fingers.
For more than two decades, OsteoMed has remained sharply focused on meeting the needs of surgeons and their patients by rethinking clinical possibilities with a focus on procedural efficiency, efficacy and uncompromised quality.
A highly nimble and responsive company, OsteoMed is a leading global innovator, developer, manufacturer and marketer of specialty medical devices, surgical implants and powered surgical instruments.
Our success is driven by the ability to quickly develop and deliver innovative, quality products focused on improving patient outcomes and offer technically advanced, simple and cost-effective solutions for surgeons, hospitals and patients. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and world headquarters is located in Dallas, Texas. This allows us to offer remarkable responsiveness to those who count on our products.
OsteoMed is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with a disability. PI138893773