Supply Chain Management Careers at UPMC

Join a Leader in Progressive Supply Solutions

UPMC Supply Chain Management identifies, purchases, and ensures the efficient delivery of quality products at the lowest possible cost.

Consider joining the supply chain team if you're interested in:

  • Working with and improving industry-leading processes and procedures.
  • Implementing progressive technologies that increase efficiencies and automation.
  • Applying your analytical abilities to derive better ways at obtaining and understanding complex and dynamic information.
  • Pursuing your passion for implementing lean business solutions to improve the face of health care.

Supply Chain Jobs at UPMC

Supply chain professionals can find exciting opportunities in several departments.

Departments Positions
  • Materials Handling Management
  • Warehouse Workers
  • Supply Chain Administration
  • Sourcing Agents
  • Sourcing Analysts
  • Sourcing Specialists
  • Supply Chain Management Hospital Operations
  • Supply Specialists
  • Other opportunities
  • Contract Analysts
  • Inventory Analysts

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