Materials Technician

Critical Illness Recovery Hospital
Materials Technician
At Select Specialty/ Regency Hospital, a division of Select Medical, our specialty hospitals care for chronically and critically ill or post-ICU patients who require extended hospital care. We are currently seeking a Materials Technician to join our team. We offer an excellent network of career opportunities across the U.S.
As a Materials Technician, you will be responsible assisting the Materials Manager with stocking needed daily supplies, and processing daily deliveries. Other duties may include, but are not limited to, collecting daily charge data, entering and logging all charges for each department, ordering supplies; ordering and returning of rental equipment, submission of invoices, moving equipment.
Other responsibilities of the Materials Technician position include:
Reviews and restocks daily all supplies in the nursing stations that are below par level
Receives all facility supplies and makes notation of the received amounts on the purchase orders
Handles inventory appropriately. Rotates inventory continually. Maintains adequate inventory levels
Reviews all invoices. Reconciles invoices to packing slips and purchase orders. Verifies invoice charges for ordered andagreed rates
Codes invoice line items with general ledger accounts. Maintains and reconciles all incomplete purchase orders to invoices.
Verifies all approval signatures per policies prior to processing invoices.
As a Materials Technician, you must be able to deliver superior quality in all that you do. We are seeking results-driven team players who treat patients as if they were their own family members. Qualified candidates must be passionate about providing a superior quality of care. You must also be a resourceful problem solver who thrives in a fast-paced environment.
Other requirements of the Materials Technician role include:
High school diploma or equivalent required
Experience in Materials and Central Supply within a hospital, stocking, data entry
Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel preferred

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