Medical Planning and Logistics

Date Category Ideal Location Interested Job Type
02/13/2015 Executive Dallas, TX Employee - Full Time

My Objective:
I am looking for a mid to senior level position in the Medical Equipment Planning/Logistics field. 
My skills:
Jeff Shaw 420 Sugarberry Lane, Rockwall, Texas 75087  ¨  254-368-0079 / Implementation Manager / Operations Manager / Logistics Manager / Sales / Trainer / Asset Visibility SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS A highly accomplished, detail focused professional with solid experience in diverse areas of responsibility including operations, implementation, complete asset management systems, RFID/ RTLS, sales, management and logistics.  Utilize my strong communication, presentation, analytical and problem solving skills to ensure my management approach is sound, just and prudent.  A leader by example.  I demand the highest standard in my personal performance and expect the same from employees. To maintain a happy and qualified work force, I incorporate mentoring / coaching meetings to build strong working relationships with employees, promote their personal growth and build their commitment to their job and work performance. I excel at adapting to changes in the work environment with a proactive approach to dealing with unexpected events with efficiency, and for completing assignments accurately and on time.  Key Strengths: · Operations · Asset Management / Visibility RFID & RTLS · Sales / Account Executive · Communication · Leadership · Implementation Management · Team Building · Team Management · Recruiting / Staffing · Training & Development · Interpersonal Skills · Problem Solving PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Parkland Health and Hospital System – Asset Management, Manager                                                                              2009-Present Created, developed and implemented a complete asset management program for the entire 700+-bed hospital system using both RFID and RTLS technology. Supervise and coordinate all activities within the Asset Management team.  Work with multiple departments to ensure timely reconciliation occurs between Asset Management, Clinical Engineering, Information Security, and Finance. Responsible for tracking all hospital assets both Capital and Non-Capital from the time of requisition, through receiving / tagging, utilization of assets in the hospital and final disposition of the asset. ·         Manage 28 personnel at multiple locations ·         Manage the Central Medical Equipment Distribution Center for the entire hospital ·         Opened and manage a 53K sq. ft. warehouse to receive all new equipment for the new hospital project ·         Developed and drafted Parkland’s Complete Asset Management policy and procedure for both the current and new facilities ·         Helped select and deploy the hospital’s complete asset management database ·         Maintain the hospital’s asset inventory of over 86K assets with 95% or greater accuracy ·         Manage the disposal of scrap and surplus hospital assets with total sales over $100K annually ·         Manage multiple hospital wide asset inventories throughout the year; main hospital 3x per year and all outlying clinics 1 ½ x per year   ·         Works closely with Internal Audit to ensure Asset Management meets the Board of Managers accuracy standards Tarleton State University – Assistant Professor of Military Science with Communication Technologies                2007-2009 Recruited Cadets into the school’s ROTC program.  Coordinated recruiting events on Ft. Hood as well as recruiting events in surrounding area for high school and college students interested in becoming an officer in the US Army. ·         Helped maintain the largest number of commissions in the state of Texas with the exception of Texas A&M. ·         Exceeded recruiting goals by 25%. United States Army – Captain, Armor                                                                                                                                          2001-2012 Operations Officer / Battle Captain                                                                                                                                               2009-2010 Responsible for the Regimental Command Information Center in the 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment forward deploy to Taji, Iraq.  Tracked information flow from the subordinate Squadrons and integrated Regiment-specific guidance with direction from higher echelons.  Managed all Serious Incident Reports for the Regiment.  Monitored and provided assistance as needed to all Regimental Convoy Escort Teams traveling throughout Iraq. ·         Maintained current operational updates for the Regimental Commander and Regimental S-3 staff with an average of 25 convoys per day that averaged approximately 2,000 miles traveled per day. ·         Managed 200+ Serious Incident Reports (SIR) and 150+ significant events with an on time submission rate of 87.4% on all SIRs.  The on-time submission rate led all units in Iraq during our deployment. Assistant Professor of Military Science                                                                                                                                      2005-2007 Recruited future ROTC Cadets into the Tarleton State University ROTC program.  Helped coordinate recruiting events on Ft. Hood so the soldiers were informed about the Green to Gold opportunities that were available to them. ·         Recognized as one of the most successful ROTC recruiters in the state of Texas as reported by the 12th Brigade Commander. ·         Increased third-year class by 100%+ (the largest class in recent history).  Helped increase total program enrollment by 30%. Battalion Rear Detachment Commander                                                                                                                                    2003-2005 Commander of a Rear Detachment forward deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom II.  Provided support to the Battalion’s Family Readiness Groups, families, and soldiers in a 400-person Battalion.  Implemented and executed replacement operations by ensuring training prior to deploying in support of the Battalion in Iraq.  Implemented and enforced systems and policies that benefited the soldiers and families in the Battalion—training, discipline, professional development, legal, medical, property accountability, etc. ·         Consistently rated in the top three in the Battalion among 18 peers. ·         Continually had other Battalion Family members come to my Battalion to get the help they could not get from their unit. Maintenance Officer                                                                                                                                                                          2003-2003 Executive Officer for a Headquarters and Headquarters Company in a rapid deployment armor Battalion.  Managed supply, maintenance, and administrative support systems.  Established and maintained the Combat Trains Command Post While deployed.  ·         Developed and supervised a complete maintenance and service program for 52 vehicles and their subsidiary equipment that increased combat effectiveness from 70% to 98% on vehicles and weapons while at the National Training Center. ·         Helped develop a tracking system for the FBCB2 computer system that was adopted by the entire 1st CAV Div. EDUCATION Tarleton State University – BS, Criminal Justice                                                                                                                      1996-2001 Computer Skills:  Plexus Asset Management System, RTLS Tracking Systems, Lawson ERP System and Working Knowledge of databases Activities:  1st Cavalry Division Association Member, American Legion Member, Royse City Baseball and Softball board and Coach