Field Inventory Specialist - NSW in St Leonards at Stryker Corporation

Date Posted: 9/25/2018

Job Snapshot

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    St Leonards
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Job Description

We help to change and save people’s lives through teamwork, dedication and innovative technology. We care about our customers, patients and each other which is why we are consistently recognised as a great place to work. Our continued success means we are expanding our team.  We are looking for exceptional people who truly want to make a difference…. because at Stryker we do!! Working for one of Australia’s best places to work is rewarding.  We help to change and saves people’s lives every single day.  We are high achievers who know how to work hard and have fun.  As the Field Inventory Specialist, you will partner with the sales team to ensure inventory held within all metro consignment locations is managed effectively. You will be responsible for ensuring our inventory management processes are as effective and efficient as possible and maintain inventory accuracy.Main responsibilities include: 

  • Supporting the sales team in the management of all inventory held in metro consignment locations in either Melbourne or Sydney.
  • Partner closely with the Assets, Inventory and Sales team around approval of new consignment placement and movement of inventory between consignment locations.
  • Work closely with Customer Service, Kitrooms and the DC to ensure all consignment inventory transactions are processed in a timely manner.
  • Review of all applicable consignment inventory and asset requests
  • Provide assistance to sales team
  • Review of consignment inventory
  • Operate/implement processes and systems
  • Support colleagues with the development and delivery of programs that deliver ongoing system, process and product training ensuring standard inventory and asset management processes across all customers
  • Establish strong work relationships with both internal and external customers.
  • Travel across 40-50 metro hospitals in metro Sydney or Melbourne visiting each approximately once every two months.

As the successful candidate, you will have:

  • Minimum two-year experience working in a busy hospital and understanding of medical terminology.
  • Flexibility and adaptability to the demands and requirements of a fast-paced environment with multiple demands and priorities.
  • Ability to influence a wide range of stakeholders.
  • Business process improvement capability and ability to contribute to and implement systematic improvement and quality results.
  • Experience operating effectively as part of a team with accountability for business results.
  • Understanding of quality management systems.

If you want a change in pace, some excitement in your work and to feel a sense of satisfaction that you are helping make healthcare better for customers, then apply below.  Or to find out more about this or any other potential role within our business, please visit to view our current vacancies. 

Work From Home: No

Travel Percentage: None

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