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The Supply Chain Administrative Fellowship is a leadership program that serves as a means to develop a broad experience in a fellow’s career that will foster their professional development across the Supply Chain disciplines including:
- Inventory Control
- Contract Utilization
- Capital Equipment
- Pharmacy Supply
- Strategic Sourcing
- Supply Chain Analytics
- Strategic Supply Partnerships
Over the 18-24 month period, the Fellows have the opportunity to rotate through and experience aspects of nearly all of the supply chain disciplines, as well as exposure to understanding hospital, clinic and corporate healthcare operations. Supply Chain Fellows are exposed to a broad range of hands-on experiences that will prepare them for successful careers in the Supply Chain field. The Vice President of Supply Chain will serve as the executive preceptor for the Fellows and coordinate involvement with all levels of administration within the organization.
Fellows will focus on core competencies related to Inventory Control, Contract Utilization, Purchasing, Pharmacy, Strategic Sourcing, Logistics, Analytics, and Strategic Supply Partnerships. After the completion of these rotations, fellows will experience a more focused training associated with organizational need matched with candidate’s interest.
Each rotation will serve as a learning experience for the fellow by testing abilities, as well as instilling applicable system and divisional knowledge related to the strategic plan of our organization. Applicable project work will be assigned within each rotation in order to ensure the Fellow’s progress is meeting the expectations of the program. In addition to departmental designated projects, fellows will also have the opportunity to seek out projects that meet their personal career objectives.
Leadership & Mentoring
Professional development is a fundamental component of the Supply Chain Fellowship Program. Fellows will be assigned to a preceptor who will be responsible for serving as a mentor throughout each rotation. Project reporting, progress evaluations, and feedback will be facilitated by preceptors to ensure continuous competency development of each fellow. Fellows will also have the opportunity to collaborate with executives and senior administration throughout the duration of the program. Examples of Fellow participation and leadership interaction include:
· Monthly Operating Reviews
· System Quarterly Reviews
· Various Senior Leadership Meetings
· Strategic Planning Sessions
· Professional Healthcare Conferences
The Supply Chain Administrative Fellowship offers a competitive salary and benefits package for the duration of the fellowship rotation.
The Fellowship program aims to provide a strong foundation for each participant’s career. This foundation should lay the framework essential to pertinent organizational and leadership skills within Supply Chain. The program prides itself on aiding the Fellows in finalizing employment at the end of the Fellowship. Often times, this employment is within the Ochsner Health System and at other major academic health centers in the US.
The prospective Fellow must have completed the didactic portion of an accredited graduate program. Preferred candidates should possess at least one of the following credentials:
- Master in Business Administration
- Master in Healthcare Administration
- Master in Supply Chain Management
- Master in related Arts or Science degree with an emphasis in supply chain or logistics
How to Apply
Prospective Fellows should submit the following materials:
- Cover Letter
- Personal Statement of Interest in Program
- Three (3) Letters of Reference (combination of Academic and Professional)
- Official Graduate School Transcript(s)
Please mail materials to:
We will only consider complete application packets for this position.
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