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10 yrs plus in Procument

Location:
Pomona, California, United States
Salary:
Negotiable
Posted:
November 23, 2018

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Albert Bantinelli

Qualifications:

Executive experienced in operations, procurement, contracts, supplier relations, inventory / assets management, and demand / utilization management. Proactive leader who is able to employ cutting-edge purchasing processes and philosophies for dramatic cost reductions. Knowledge of State and city procurement codes related to regulations, contract administration and procurement principles. Knowledge in organizational management practice as applied to development of contracts and purchasing programs.

Education:

Loma Linda University

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration

San Antonio College

Associate Degree, Psychology

Employment

2002-2013

Methodist Hospital

Sr. Buyer Materials Management

Responsible for capital equipment purchase, stock and non-stock purchases. Met with sales representative to obtain bids. Evaluated, placed, and processed orders using cost and product analysis, providing cost savings without sacrificing service or quality.

Achievements: $200,00 Bottom line improvement realized through tracking, maintenance of annual operating budget, ensuring operations were managed within established guidelines, resolving overcharges and unauthorized price increases

2000-2002

Kaiser Permanente

Regional Purchasing Contract Administrator

Negotiated contract terms and drafted constructional documents for expiring and new contracts for Southern and Northern California. Preformed feasibility analysis for new contract programs. Supervised a staff of 4.

Achievement: Realized $200,00 bottom-line improvement by resolving overcharges and unauthorized price increases. A 7% cost reduction negotiated on mobile radiology services despite suppliers product monopoly.

1998-2000

Eurotel Corporation Cellular distribution

Purchasing/ Receiving manager

Turned around operations in areas of purchasing, warehouse, inventory management, shipping and receiving. Negotiated contracts with European and domestic companies for Iridum and Mobile phones and accessories. Coordinated with custom brokers all transpiration requirements through US. Supervised control reports to ensure prompt delivery, and correction of vendor shortage and damage. Supervised a staff of 8.

Achievement: Improved customer satisfaction from 78%-90%. Reduced inventory and pricing error by implementing bar coding system for warehouse inventory. Implementing this system resulted in a savings of $200,000 dollars per year.

1992-1998

Med Partners Inc. Southern California division

Operations Manager Procurement & Supply Chain Management

Turned around operations in areas of purchasing, warehousing and inventory management and receiving department for 33 facilities. Full P&L responsibility for $5.0 Million procurement budget. Supervised a staff of 30

Achievement: Revitalized poorly performing division. Realized $300,000 immediate bottom line improvement by developing consignment and JTT inventory programs with key suppliers. Achieved 88% inventory accuracy (up from 25%) and 90% receiving accuracy. Improved customer service (in-house physicians) from 78%-90%

1978-1992

Summit Health, LTD St. Luke Medical

Director, Materials Management

Responsibilities included: establishing policies and procedures for purchasing staff to follow in areas of receiving, requisitions warehousing and inventory control. Served as primary contact on procurement. Approved requisitions for suppliers and capitol equipment in conformity to established procedures. Responsible for Logistics and central services. Administered the disposition if surplus equipment and determine supplier and availability of supplier requisitioned items and services. Supervised 8 employees.

Achievement: Acted as project manager for capitol project involving facility expansion and procured equipment and materials for the project. Completed project on schedule and within budgetary expenditure of $2.5 Million dollars. Reduced inventory for the medical center utilizing bar coding system, implementing JTT delivery service for forms, medical and office supplies, and implementing pre-assembled operating room case chart system, resulting in 5% inventory cost reduction.

1982-1987

National Medical Enterprises Garfield Medical Center

Director, Materials Management

Responsible for procurement, storage and distribution of variety of supplies, materials and equipment. Responsible for contact preparation and administration. Responsible for central services and mail room. Developed program goals, objectives and policies for purchasing and central services. Administered department budget, interacted with internal and external constituents. Responsible for department P&L. Supervised a staff of 10.

Achievement: Procured equipment and materials for capitol project involving facility expansion and procured equipment and materials for the project. Completed project on schedule and within budgetary expenditure of $2 Million dollars. Assisted corporate Materials Management in selection MMS automated system for the company. Turned around operation in purchasing, warehousing, inventory management, mailroom, receiving and central service. Implemented bar coding system for warehouse and ordering departments, reducing stock-outs while increasing service and inventory accuracy.

Computer Skills: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook and ERP software system, Microsoft computerized MRP system, MMS, Lawson Management system, PeopleSoft Integrated system



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