To prove myself as effective and influential supply chain professional. My experience, motivation, skill set, and education allow me to be a valuable resource and asset. I have proven myself time and time again by demonstrating my skill sets of procurement, process management, project management, process improvement, and lean processes. I enjoy a challenge and the ability work with individuals from various facets of an organization or industry.


-Continuous Improvement

-Customer Service

-Continual Learning

-Skill Refining

-Supply Chain




Microsoft Office

One note, Word, Excel, and Power Point.

Adobe Distiller X

Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training

Partcipated in Yellow Belt training through Intermountain Healthcare, I am close to becoming certified as yellow belt. The last step in my certification is to properly demonstrate the skills that I have learned through this training. I actively use the skills and knowledge gained throught this training in day to day operations.

Work History

Work History
Sep 2011 - Present

Materials Manager Operations Manager

Intermountain Healthcare

·Oversee all materials management functions for over 185 standalone clinics totaling over 300 departments spanning the State of Utah

·Manage med/surge, pharmacy, linen, capital, and supplier relationships

·Preparing, planning, and executing theequipment needs of new clinics, expansions, or remodels

·Resolve product shortages, backorders, and stock outs by sourcing alternative products

·Direct reporting to CFO

·Work with Finance, Accounting, Purchasing, Maintenance, and Supply Chain to maintain supply operations of the Medical Group

·Interact with Doctors, Nurses, Medical Assistants, and Managers for specific equipment/supply needs

·Operate department on a break even model, locate and capture cost savings to justify operating expenses

·Subject matter expect with Peoplesoft ERP implementation

·Subject matter expect on selection of new hosted catalog software

·Perform supply audits on all clinics and implement best practice lean principles

·Meet with suppliers to resolve issues, outline expectations, and look for partnering opportunities

·Implemented and maintained complete change management of capital equipment requisitioning

·Ensure and maintain compliance of purchasing and sourcing standards with the Medical Group

·1:1 meetings with employees and other cross functional departments to keep tabs on tasks, projects, and goals

·Determine unique logistics plans for daily needs and project changes

·Monitor daily inventory, turn rates, and seasonal inventory planning

·Train and educate individuals on electronic web requisitioning and update item file needs

·Implement processes and practice to ensure timely receipt and payment of goods

Jun 2009 - Sep 2011

Distribution Supervisor

Intermountain Healthcare

·Support the Mission, Vision, and Value of Intermountain Healthcare by creating opportunities to remove unnecessary costs and support high quality healthcare

·Responsible for and supervision of, all supply chain operations for the Medical Group Small Facilities Warehouse

·Support and assist in product standardizations

·Perform file maintenance as needed to ensure correct warehouse stock reorders via EDI and online requisitions

·Seek opportunities to consolidate sku’s and assist in contract negotiations to achieve highest quality at the lowest cost

·Monitor seasonal trends and product recalls

·Collect month end data, i.e. inventory turn rates, in/out dollars, cycle count variances, etc,

·Ensure accurate warehouse transactions

·Meet with clinical and non-clinical managers to determine needs

·Manage asset and expense accounts

·Manage and monitor all staff activities and handle appropriate disciplining

·Member of corporate management teams

·Manage warehouse facility activities maintenance

·Accountable for AP activities, i.e. invoice approvals and submitting for payment.

Aug 2008 - Jun 2009

Materials Specialists

Intermountain Healthcare

·Involved in the implementation of the Intermountain Medical Group’s Small Facilities Warehouse

·Produce month end warehouse activity reports

·Ensure accurate warehouse GL transfers and expense

·Responsible for electronic storage of warehouse documents

·Work with corporate departments to resolve product issues and payments.

·Plethora of knowledge using AS400 including placing stock orders for warehouse, resolving receiving errors, checking inventory levels, checking usage levels, and pulling reports to excel spreadsheets.

·Responsible for all warehouse activities

·Consult on corporate AP process

Aug 2007 - Aug 2008

Distribution Specialist

Intermountain Healthcare

·Oversee all incoming healthcare products, inspecting products, and verifying product orders

·Work with corporate buyers, accounts payable, and other departments to resolve any product or ordering errors

·Make manual general ledger transfers as need for disbursements and returns

·Experience in performing daily cycle counts, putaway, and delivery functions using the electronic PDAs.

·A Plethora of knowledge using AS400 including placing stock orders for warehouse, resolving receiving errors, checking inventory levels, checking usage levels, and pulling reports to excel spreadsheets.

·Proficiency and Accuracy in scanning and indexing packing slip documents.

·May 2008 additional responsibilities assigned

oReceiving Purchase Orders for the Intermountain medical group

oTeam lead assignment in the absence of supervisor


Mar 2010 - Feb 2013


Western Governors University

Unique self-motivated institution with emphasis on present day business challenges and skills. The Masters in Business Administration is an online course with a combination of assessment based and competency based courses. This program was a challenge as you have to stay on top of your studies and take the time to truly understand the content. WGU provided a plethora of resources including course mentors, communities, and an endless supply of electronic information. This program provided me with a solid foundation of business practices and when merged with my current job exposure allows me to properly align myself for future career opportunities.

I truly appreciated the benefit of this being an online program; while trying to juggle raising a young family, managing my job duties, and the occasional personal challenges I was still able to focus on my school on my time and continue working.

Oct 2007 - Oct 2009

Bachelors of Science

University of Phoenix

A high quality institution focusing on meeting the demanding work schedules of professionals.  This program was a mix of weekly class discussion and off site works with teams and indviduals.  The challenge of this program was keeping the teams on task and ensuring that each member performed their roles. This was also a downside as some team members found that they did not have to do their part in order to pass the class. This also created opportunities to motivate each member to do their work and take pride in the class. The study of Health Administration was presented by taught by present day health professionals with various backgrounds and experiences related to the program.

Sep 2003 - Sep 2005

Associate of Applied Science

Eastern Idaho Technical College

Associate degree program school providing the skills necessary for an individual to begin a career in various technical and skilled fields. The program of Automotive Technology provided up to date training and learning that are necessary to work in the ever changing automotive field. As a result of the knowledge gained through my education at this institution I was able to secure a steady job and was able to pass 4 of the ASE certfication tests. The knowledge and experience gained as a result of this program will forever stay with me.


Oct 2011 - 2012

Procurement Fundamentals

Intermountain Healthcare
Jan 2011 - May 2011

SCO Mountain Mover

Intermountain Healthcare