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Materials Management Clerk I (Stock)

Materials Management
Contact Information:
Contact: Kelli Rosalez
Telephone: 580-379-5881
Fax: 580-379-5889
Email: [email protected]
Address: 1200 East Pecan, Altus, OK 73521
Job Details:

Job Summary: Responsible for distribution and storage of materials.       

Demonstrates Competency in the Following Areas:

  • Maintains all areas of materials storage in a neat and organized manner.
  • Restocks utilizing proper rotation, organization, identification, documentation and proper location of stock items.
  • Properly handles and stores sterile items to maintain sterility.
  • Collects patient supply charges and checks for accuracy before processing. Enters patient supply charges into computer system and generates picklist.
  • Picks stock, applies stickers, loads supplies, delivers and stocks supplies in unit inventories.
  • Picks stock and delivers non-chargeable supplies to departments.
  • Checks inventory master on computer to ensure accuracy when items are shown out and keeps supervisor aware of stock-outs and materials for reorder.
  • Conducts periodic (daily, weekly or monthly) counts of nursing department chargeable supplies; replaces any lost items and returns to stock any surplus items.
  • Answers telephone calls in a courteous manner and arranges for delivery of emergency supplies in accordance with Service Policy.
  • Keeps supervisor informed of activities, needs and problems affecting the Central Stores Department.
  • Takes quarterly physical inventory of stock on hand.
  • Performs essential functions of Receiving Clerk when needed.

Education/Regulatory Requirements:

  • High School graduate or equivalent.
  • Previous work history that demonstrates steady attendance and punctuality is essential.

Language Skills:

  • Ability to read and communicate effectively in English.


  • Basic computer knowledge.

Physical Demands:

  • Operation of various equipment, utilized in transporting materials.
  • Position demands lifting and transporting of various materials that could include extremely heavy objects.
  • Extensive computer time.
  • Frequent stooping and crouching to load, unload and store material.
  • Wearing of back belt is mandatory.
  • Near visual and hearing acuity required to perform essential duties of position.
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the position without compromising client care.