Clinical Inventory Coordinator at Seer Medical

Hospital & Health Care, Full-time, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia melbourne full-time
Description
Posted 11 days ago

About Us

Seer Medical is a Melbourne-based med-tech company with an ambitious agenda to challenge the status quo of how healthcare is delivered. Through award-winning medical devices, mobile apps and software solutions combined with an extensive research and development program, we are shifting the patient center of care from the hospital to the home.

Our mission is to empower patients and their doctors by creating new care pathways that are entirely free from the inefficiencies of bricks and mortar institutions. Building on our expertise in epilepsy, we are creating end-to-end systems that give people control over their health and put them on a path to better medical outcomes.

With a strong team, Seer Medical will be the global technology leader in home monitoring across neurological, sleep, and cardiac conditions by 2026.

About The Role

We are looking for a Clinical Inventory Coordinator who can liaise with all of our Australian clinics to ensure that they are adequately supplied with the inventory required to undertake monitoring. You’ll work to ensure a unified approach and consistent practice in regards to inventory management across all sites. In this role you will also be responsible for liaising with Seer’s Service Department on equipment maintenance, repairs and updates.

To be successful in this role, you should be detail orientated and comfortable talking to people with a range of backgrounds. You should enjoy solving problems and be comfortable to make decisions and fulfil tasks with minimal supervision.

Responsibilities

  • Ensuring all clinics are adequately supplied with assets and consumables
  • Coordinating the roll out of updates to all assets and some coordination of equipment maintenance and repairs
  • Producing and maintaining documentation of asset and consumable management practices
  • Monitoring the quality / consistency of asset management practices
  • Ensuring consistency in asset and consumable storage and management in clinics

About You

  • You have 1-2 years experience in project management;
  • You have experience working with many people across different teams within an organisation;
  • You are well-organised and fastidious in your documentation;
  • You have the ability to solve problems rapidly and at times, autonomously;
  • You have the ability to give constructive feedback;
  • You have experience in asset management and logistics is of a high value (but not required)

What We Offer

  • An opportunity to work with the best of the best, solving life-changing problems in healthcare
  • Joining a dynamic company at a time of major growth and international expansion
  • Professional development and career growth
  • Working in an inclusive environment that promotes diversity
  • Competitive salary.