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Collect and organize data to analyze procurement activity for Duke University/Duke University Health System in order to determine methods of improving service and lowering cost.
Conduct analysis of commodity volumes, buying habits, and vendor performance; use procurement software system to generate reports for analysis. Determine non-labor impact of supply utilization on academic/medical community. Identify and determine on an institution-wide basis, best methods for integrating new sources of supply, new products, and actual product selection.
Compile and compare reports, graphs, and charts of data developed; present information does departmental management and supplier management team for review. Recommend vendor and product selection. Participate in special commodity teams, as needed for specific one-time purchases or large commodity purchases.
Establish standards programs for products and services used on a university-wide basis whenever possible.
Evaluate supplier performance through review of reports and customer feedback, resolve issues and implement solutions to address negative supplier performance. Communicate with suppliers or performance and service issues; resolve problems with vendors that affect service levels provided to the institution. Supervision of Purchasing Assistants. Establish measurement tools to benchmark contract and vendor performance.
The skills required for this position include: Analyzing trends Data analysis Update of academic/medical center environment PC word processing software PC spreadsheet software PC database management software
Education: Work requires knowledge of accounting or business principles and practices obtained through completion of a bachelor's degree program in an accounting, business, healthcare policy/administration, clinical discipline, or related field.
Required Qualifications at this Level
Bachelor's degree in Business, Accounting, Finance and/or another related field required.
Master's degree strongly preferred, but not required.
Professional certifications in Supply Chain or related field strongly preferred, but not required.
3 years of clinical purchasing/procurement or related experience or an equivalent combination of relevant education and/or experience.
Degrees, Licensure, and/or Certification
Valid Driver's License - may be required.
Healthcare certification strongly preferred, i.e. Surgical Technician, LPN.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Excellent oral and written communication skills, problem solving, organizational, logistical skills required with the ability to accurately process significant amounts of detail.
- Ability to demonstrate knowledge of specific use of all supplies in the surgical/procedural setting.
- Advanced skill level and working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite of products; including Access and PowerPoint.
- Tableau experience preferred, but not required.
- Possess a sense of urgency and a proactive, customer-based philosophy.
- Possess good interpersonal skills and the ability to foster/build relationships.
- Ability to be sensitive to the needs of customers through the practice of quality service principles.
- Ability to lead by example.
Distinguishing Characteristics of this Level
Job Code: 00005584 SOURCING ANALYST Job Level: E2
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