The Supply Chain Performance Consultant role will be dedicated to the Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathology (DLMP). The division of Supply Chain and DLMP are building an integrated supply chain and this position will focus on the preparation and presentation of supply chain financial results, provide assistance with improvement projects and cost reduction opportunities, and build/track against performance goals.
Provides SCM and customers with a solid understanding of best practices, innovations, trends in the industry, to include cross-industry disciplines (e.g., SCM, analytic, strategic, etc.).
Maintains abreast of leading edge concepts, best practices, and innovation in SCM.
Works closely with senior level administrative and clinical leaders in specific divisions/departments including institutional initiatives to provide industry vision and strategic direction for Mayo in SCM excellence.
Aggressively monitor industry trends to anticipate department’s future needs and develop leading-edge approaches and recommendations.
Develops, implements, and maintains programs and tools for financial reporting for complex activities.
Interprets and implements accounting rules, fiscal compliance, policies and regulations.
Proactively identifies opportunities and recommends options for increasing financial margins, while preserving Mayo standards and minimizing the financial and legal risks to Mayo.
Conducts research and analysis, benchmarking, and audits to ensure reasonableness and accuracy of information.
Responsible for project management of assigned department or clinical areas.
Provides leadership in a team environment supporting complex, ambiguous and highly visible multidisciplinary activities or projects, task forces and institutional committees.
Mentors, coaches, trains and assists in decision making for the work unit.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of eight (8) years’ relevant experience in health care, finance, accounting, business, or systems; certifications may be considered in lieu of experience; Or, Master’s degree in health care, finance, accounting, business, or systems with 5 years’ relevant experience in noted areas; certifications may be considered in lieu of experience.
Additional Qualifications :
Demonstrated organizational skills with the ability to function independently required.
Demonstrated oral communication skills required.
Knowledge of DRG, CPT and ICD-9 coding and medical terminology preferred.
Highly developed understanding of accounting and finance practices.
Advanced knowledge of Microsoft applications including Word, Excel and Outlook.
Strong investigational skills, shows attention to detail, accuracy and ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks. Solid customer-service skills; understands and addresses customer needs in a timely manner.
Ability to work in a team environment and develop constructive working relationships with others.
Experience should encompass all aspects of SCM, with a focus on developing and implementing innovative strategies designed to reduce SCM expenses and/or enhance revenue.
Thorough experience with related products within clinical expertise areas preferred.
Demonstrated abilities in developing strong relationships with physicians, clinicians, executives and vendors in order to facilitate and enhance SCM best business practices leading to extensive year over year non-labor SCM expense reductions.