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Logistics & Supply Chain

PHSA Supply Chain is the sole contracting agent and manages all contracts for BC health authority goods, supplies, equipment and services with the exception of clinical and construction contracts.

PHSA Supply Chain offers many different types of job opportunities, including warehouse, office, delivery, and supervisory roles. These jobs require different types of experience and training, but working together as a team, each employee is highly adaptable and a multi-tasker, works through details to reach their goals, and is good at working with people.

Big numbers = lots of opportunity

Supply chain management processes over 925,000 orders with a value of over $2 billion annually in the form of 250 million products. They support 71 hospitals and care sites province-wide. Supply chain employs over 1,300 employees to support all six health authorities in B.C., with regional branch offices in each health authority.

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Working with Supply Chain

Roles include members of the sourcing teams who procure supplies required for specialized care; to warehouse and logistics professionals who receive, store, and deliver supply products across the province; to in-hospital replenishment teams integrated into the clinical landscape within all B.C. hospitals; to licensed clinicians who bring their deep clinical knowledge to standardization initiatives. Each member from different business streams in Supply Chain works closely together to deliver the right products and services at the right price, to the right place, at the right time.

We hire for a wide variety of roles within Supply Chain operations, including:

  • Buyer, Supply Chain
  • Sourcing Analyst
  • Purchasing Clerk
  • Supply Chain Clinical Coordinator
  • Hospital Distribution Attendant
  • Area Supply Attendant
  • Warehouse, Inventory, Stocking and Stores Attendant
  • Stores and Distribution Attendance
  • Receiver, Shipper, Forklift Operator, In-Hospital Replenishment
  • Truck Driver

Opportunities can be both full-time and part-time (regular and temporary), as well as casual. Team members are hired to fill entry level roles, mid-level career positions, and senior / director level opportunities. Supply Chain team members are employed all over British Columbia, including (but not limited to): Lower Mainland (multiple locations), Victoria, Duncan, Parksville, Nanaimo, Courtenay, Williams Lake, Vernon, Kamloops, Kelowna, and Prince George.

Apply for current opportunities

All Supply Chain jobs with PHSA programs and services are posted at – you can search by keyword, sign up for job alerts, and even create a profile that includes a resume, cover letter, and applicable certifications/licenses.

To learn more about what we offer you in these roles and how to apply, click below to view our current openings.

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Why Supply Chain?

"Almost every piece of equipment, every medication, every supply for the Lower Mainland hospitals comes through this warehouse...patients are counting on us to make sure that the clinicians providing care have everything they need, on time, to do their jobs."
– Dean Wilkes, Warehouse and Logistics Lead, Langley Fulfillment Centre
"The most rewarding part of my job is knowing that I make a a Purchasing Clerk, I help to provide necessary supplies to patients and medical personnel to enable better care and recovery. My heart is filled with joy knowing that I can help in such a small but meaningful way."
– Gloria Santos-Ganadin, Purchasing Clerk
"A team approach in any endeavour is key to success in Supply Chain. Along with my clinical expertise and experience, I count on other members of the Supply Chain team who are also experienced, knowledgeable and highly specialized in business, logistics and analytics."
– Arturo Macapagal, RN, CPN, Supply Chain Clinical Coordinator, Standardization
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