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LAU Medical Center - Rizk Hospital

Data Entry Operator

Expire Date: 
Thu, 02/19/2015
Category: 
Department: 
Material Management
Work Schedule: 
42 hours/week
Requirements: 

 High School diploma with computer literacy is a must. University degree is a plus

Required Skills: 

• Good verbal and written English skills. French is a plus.
• Good knowledge in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint).
• Proficient in the use of office machines and data entry.

Responsibilities and Duties: 

 Enter data, via computer, pertaining to the different Hospital services provided by the central store and end users: entering suppliers’ invoices and credit notes, issue vouchers, return vouchers, etc…
 Assist the receiving coordinator in controlling the entered billed and invoices as of quantities and prices.
 Ensure invoices related to goods received in different Hospital units (except Pharmacy) are entered within two working days.
 Ensure follow-up on missing data for transfers and issue vouchers (except Pharmacy) and ensure data entry is done within two working days.
 Ensure accuracy of all information entered and proof read and verify data entry. Make corrections as needed after consulting the immediate supervisor.

Pharmacist

Expire Date: 
Fri, 01/23/2015
Department: 
Central Pharmacy
Work Schedule: 
42 hours/week
Requirements: 

 Minimum BS in Pharmacy. Pharm D is a plus.
 A minimum of one year of hospital pharmacy experience, with extensive exposure to pharmacy operations and automation.

Required Skills: 

 Good computer skills especially in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint).
 Excellent verbal and written English skills. French is a plus.
 Able to work within a professional code of ethics and respect confidentiality.
 Ability to work with others as part of a team.
 Time management and organizational skills.
 Reliable and dedicated.
 Able to work under pressure.

Responsibilities and Duties: 

 Control the medication shortages.
 Prepare purchase requests for the pharmacy.
 Receive and control the pharmaceutical products.
 Prepare and control the daily distribution of pharmaceuticals products.
 Ensure that medications reach the patient in the correct form and dose.
 Check prescriptions to ensure there is no interaction and that they are appropriate and safe for the individual patient.
 Coordinate with the physicians and nursing staff to ensure the appropriateness of the prescribed medications and quantities.
 Take responsibility for the accurate dispensing and timely distribution of drugs and medicines to patients.
 Assure the weekly control of pharmaceutical stocks.
 Ensure medical products are stored appropriately and securely to guarantee freshness and potency.
 Control the expired products.
 Participate in the inventory count of medications.
 Participate in the Quality work (Policies, Procedures, KPI’s, Training, JCI and Accreditation requirements…).
 Contribute to scientific research activities: side effects, interaction among drugs, (new dosage form, molecule, etc.). Stay abreast of new or reformulated products being developed by medical and pharmaceutical researchers.
 Follow-up treatment, patient profile, relationships between physicians and pharmacists.
 Supervise and coach the work of technician aid and supply clerk.
 Lead process improvement activities involving medication distribution.

I.T. Application Administrator

Expire Date: 
Fri, 01/23/2015
Category: 
Department: 
Information Technology
Work Schedule: 
42 hours/week
Requirements: 

• Education/Diploma/Certification: BS Computer Science / Engineer

Work Experience: Minimum of 5 years experience in:
Implementation of health Applications likes HIS, PACS
Implementation of ERP systems
Database programming preferably progress Database

Required Skills: 

• Good communication skills
• Trilingual, (English is a must)
• Team worker
• Work under stress
• Dynamic & Motivated

Responsibilities and Duties: 

• Collaborate in special project
• Maintain and implement hospital application
• Provide support to user
• Develop new applications
• Train users and create user documentation
• Assist with developing policies and procedures

Medical Secretary

Expire Date: 
Fri, 01/23/2015
Category: 
Department: 
Medical Floors
Work Schedule: 
42 hours/week
Requirements: 

 Medical secretary Diploma or executive Secretary
 Minimum of 2 years work experience in similar field

Required Skills: 

 Good verbal and written English skills. French is a plus

 Good verbal and written communication skills
 Able to prioritize different tasks
 Good computer skills
 High attention to detail
 Good customer service
 Respect of confidentiality
 Able to work as part of a team
 Good organizational skills

Responsibilities and Duties: 

 Answer calls promptly and relay message to the right person
 Assist in receiving and greeting unit visitors in courtesy, including providing them with relevant information and directing them appropriately
 Communicate effectively with patients, visitors, nurses, physicians and other members of the health care team
 Coordinate patient diagnostic appointment with different department internal and external to the hospital
 Coordinate with other departments like admitting office, maintenance, housekeeping ,laundry, stores, pharmacy and others to secure the unit needs
Perform administrative duties
 Organize and maintain paper and electronics files
 Ensure all appropriate and all necessary documentation for admissions ,transfers and discharge is completed in a timely manner
 Ensure proper and complete documentation of patient Identification on the medical record sheets
 Leave and Return patient charts to the Medical Record Department after patient discharge.
 Inform physician about new admissions and transfers
 Coordinate with the ER admitting office for approval of any procedures or X-ray.
 Keep nursing station organized with adequate supply and stationary available to the medical and nursing staff which includes but it is not limited to:
- Ordering forms and supplies as required by the unit
- Receiving supplies and stocking them in an organized way
- Checking on the availability of supplies on an ongoing basis
- Manage data bases
- Assist Head Nurse in data collection
Accountable for accurate patient charging
 Fill patient charge slips accurately for all chargeable items
 Follow up with nurses on patient charges to maintain availability of chargeable items in the unit stock and avoid loss replenishment

Phlebotomist

Expire Date: 
Fri, 01/23/2015
Category: 
Department: 
Laboratory
Work Schedule: 
42 hours / week
Requirements: 

Education/Diploma/Certification: Laboratory technologist

Work Experience: Experimented (difficult veins, babies’ veins…)

Required Skills: 

• Analyzing Information, Good Knowledge concerning the pre-analytical requirement for lab tests: patient history, preparation, medication, use of specific containers, conservation of specimen….
• Procedural Skills, Quality Focus.
• Communication skills, Respect of confidential and sensitive information, Put the patient at ease, Bedside Manner, Able to handle difficult, emotional and even angry patients.
• The ability to work calmly under pressure.
• Creating a Safe, Effective Environment, Infection Control, Awareness of health and safety issues.
• Team working skills.

Responsibilities and Duties: 

• Verifies test requests by comparing information with nursing station log; bringing discrepancies to the attention of unit personnel.
• Verifies patient identification.
• Obtains blood specimens.
• Maintains specimen integrity by using aseptic technique, following department procedures; observing isolation procedures.
• Tracks collected specimens by initialing, dating, and noting times of collection; maintaining daily tallies of collections performed.
• Maintains safe, secure, and healthy work environment by following standards and procedures; complying with legal regulations.
• Resolves unusual test orders by contacting the nursing station and/or the laboratory and/or the hospital administration (billing…), referring unresolved orders back to the originator for further clarification; notifying supervisor of unresolved orders.
• Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
• Serves and protects the hospital community by adhering to professional standards, hospital policies and procedures, federal, state, and local requirements, and standards.

Medical Secretary

Expire Date: 
Fri, 01/24/2014
Category: 
Department: 
Medical Floors
Work Schedule: 
42 hours / week
Requirements: 

 Medical secretary Diploma or executive Secretary
 Minimum of 2 years work experience in similar field

Required Skills: 

 Good verbal and written English skills. French is a plus

 Good verbal and written communication skills
 Able to prioritize different tasks
 Good computer skills
 High attention to detail
 Good customer service
 Respect of confidentiality
 Able to work as part of a team
 Good organizational skills

Responsibilities and Duties: 

 Answer calls promptly and relay message to the right person
 Assist in receiving and greeting unit visitors in courtesy, including providing them with relevant information and directing them appropriately
 Communicate effectively with patients, visitors, nurses, physicians and other members of the health care team
 Coordinate patient diagnostic appointment with different department internal and external to the hospital
 Coordinate with other departments like admitting office, maintenance, housekeeping ,laundry, stores, pharmacy and others to secure the unit needs
Perform administrative duties
 Organize and maintain paper and electronics files
 Ensure all appropriate and all necessary documentation for admissions ,transfers and discharge is completed in a timely manner
 Ensure proper and complete documentation of patient Identification on the medical record sheets
 Leave and Return patient charts to the Medical Record Department after patient discharge.
 Inform physician about new admissions and transfers
 Coordinate with the ER admitting office for approval of any procedures or X-ray.
 Keep nursing station organized with adequate supply and stationary available to the medical and nursing staff which includes but it is not limited to:
- Ordering forms and supplies as required by the unit
- Receiving supplies and stocking them in an organized way
- Checking on the availability of supplies on an ongoing basis
- Manage data bases
- Assist Head Nurse in data collection
Accountable for accurate patient charging
 Fill patient charge slips accurately for all chargeable items
 Follow up with nurses on patient charges to maintain availability of chargeable items in the unit stock and avoid loss replenishment

Anesthetist Nurse

Expire Date: 
Fri, 11/28/2014
Category: 
Department: 
Operating Room
Work Schedule: 
42 hours/week
Requirements: 

Education/Diploma/Certification:
Registered Nurse licensure, Bachelor’s Degree is preferred
Work Experience:
Previous clinical experience is preferred

Required Skills: 

• Good communication skills
• Compassionate personality
• Team worker
• Ability to adapt in stressful situations
• Ability to maintain confidentiality of records and information
• Good computer skills
• Good verbal & written English language skills

Responsibilities and Duties: 

• Function as a knowledgeable and supportive member to maintain high quality patient care.
• Participate in pre-anesthetic preparation and evaluation.
• Prepare Anesthesia equipment and supplies appropriately for procedures.
• Calibrate and test anesthesia equipment.
• Prepare prescribed solutions.
• Select, apply and / or insert appropriate non-invasive monitoring devices for continuous evaluation of the patient’s physical status.
• Assist the anesthesiologist in the induction, the intubation and the extubation.
• Continuously, monitor airway, oxygenation, pulmonary & cardiovascular status, temperature, neuromuscular function, positioning and status.
• Assist the anesthesiologist upon transfer of the patient from intraoperative to post-operative care provider.
• Perform all nursing duties while adhering to all facility policies and procedures.
• Be aware of safety issues and strive to accomplish all responsibilities in a safe manner, consistently reinforces good safety attitudes and practices displayed by other staff members.
• Handle and be knowledgeable of all medical equipment utilized in the care of the patient.
• Attend required in-service training.

Pharmacist / Part time

Expire Date: 
Fri, 11/21/2014
Department: 
Pharmacy
Work Schedule: 
20 hours/week
Requirements: 

 BS in Pharmacy. Pharm D is a plus.
 A minimum of one year of hospital pharmacy experience, with extensive exposure to pharmacy operations and automation.

Required Skills: 

 Computer competency especially in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint).
 Excellent oral and written English communication skills. French is a plus.
 Able to work within a professional code of ethics and respect confidentiality.
 Ability to work with others as part of a team.

 Time management and organizational skills.
 Reliable and dedicated.
 Able to be tactful in hectic and stressful situations.

Responsibilities and Duties: 

 Ensure accuracy, conformity and timeliness of pharmaceutical preparations.
 Verify medication orders, clarifying any questionable, inaccurate or incomplete orders as necessary.
 Collaborate effectively with physicians and nurses to facilitate patient outcomes based on safe Pharmacy practice.
 Apply clinical and distribution skills necessary to provide safe, efficient and effective pharmaceutical care to our patients.
 Compound chemotherapy preparations.
 Ensure pharmaceutical products are stored appropriately and securely to maintain potency.
 Track expired products.
 Prepare purchase requests for the pharmacy.
 Receive and check the pharmaceutical products
 Participate in the inventory process.
 Actively participate in quality management including documentation of interventions, policies, and accreditations.
 Utilize all reference material needed to provide pharmaceutical care.
 Stay abreast of new or reformulated products on the market.
 Supervise and coach the work of technician aids and supply clerk in the preparation and dispensing of all pharmaceuticals before they leave the department.
 Lead process improvement activities involving medication distribution.

Clinical Pharmacist / Internal Medicine - Oncology

Expire Date: 
Fri, 11/21/2014
Department: 
Pharmacy
Work Schedule: 
42 hours/week
Requirements: 

 Must possess a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an Accredited School of Pharmacy.
 Completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency (PGY-1) with experience in Oncology.
 A specialized clinical residency in oncology is preferred.
 Board certification is preferred.
 Licensed as a pharmacist in Lebanon.

Required Skills: 

 Maintains competency in unique aspects of drug therapy for oncology patients.
 Displays evidence of leadership in pharmacy practice and professional associations.
 Displays evidence of expertise in education/training of students and residents.
 Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint).
 Excellent verbal and written English skills. French is a plus.
 Demonstrates working knowledge of safety standards.
 Possesses the ability to work effectively as a team player.
 Problem-solving skills.
 Possesses multitasking skills and is highly organized.

Responsibilities and Duties: 

 Round as a member of the Hematology Oncology team.
 Verify the accuracy and process all medication orders in pediatrics and adult patients receiving chemotherapy and supportive care in both the inpatient and outpatient setting. Verify the accuracy and process medication orders on select Internal Medicine Floors.
 Prevent, detect and resolve medication related problems and provide evidence based patient specific drug information and disease state management.
 Participate in clinical guideline development, implementation and assessment, disease management and drug use programs as identified and in coordination with the Clinical Coordinator.
 Identify process improvement initiative to avoid preventable errors and improve patient safety related outcomes.
 Participate in financial management initiatives for the chemotherapy.
 Demonstrate teamwork with the Pharmacy to ensure that medication and chemotherapy distribution is communicated and delivered timely, safely and effectively.
 Serve on hospital committees pertaining to Hematology/ Oncology
 Collaborate on the achievement of departmental goals and objectives.
 Participate in teaching of students and residents.
 Attend/participate in pharmacy conferences and grand rounds.
 Respect and adhere to the mission, vision, and values of LAUMC-RH.
 Provide staffing support and on call duties to the inpatient pharmacy on an as needed basis.
Specific Responsibilities and Duties:
 Round as a consistent member of the multidisciplinary team
 Develop a medication management routine:
o Assess the current medication management:
 Develop medication therapy goals
 Identify, prioritize, manage and prevent medication related problems (MRPs)
o Develop, implement and follow up on the medication plan
o Communicate with patient/health care professionals
o Document in patient charts when applicable
 Participate with the Clinical Coordinator and Pharmacy Department in implementing pharmacy initiatives.
 Follow a consistent method of evaluating/recommending the appropriate use of high alert medications such as pain medications.
 Assist in the management of side effects secondary to oncology treatment.
 Evaluate prospectively drug therapy for appropriate indications, dosage, drug interactions, and drug allergies.
 Monitor the patient’s pharmacotherapeutic regimen for effectiveness and adverse drug events and intervene accordingly.
 Evaluate parenteral nutrition in collaboration with the clinical dietician and recommend modifications as indicated to optimize nutritional regimen.
 Reconcile medications (prescription, OTC products and supplements) upon admission and discharge to determine if any findings may impact patient care.
 Counsel patients prior to receiving chemotherapy and on discharge medications as necessary.
 Provide specific pharmacokinetic monitoring when a targeted drug is prescribed.
 Develop, review, update and implement pharmacy protocols, policies, order forms and clinical guidelines
 Participate with the Clinical Coordinator, Clinical team and Pharmacy Department in evaluating and measuring the impact of newly implemented processes.
 Develop and maintain an Oncology Competency for pharmacy staff and technicians.
 Serve as a liaison with medical staff and clinical coordinator to educate health care professionals with regards to pharmacotherapy related issues.
• Serve as key drug information resource for medical, nursing and pharmacy staff, as related to oncology pharmacotherapy.
 Provide timely investigation and corrective action to incidents and adverse drug events.
 Document and report on clinical interventions and cost avoidance as part of the justification for the position/service.
 Collaborate with pharmacy, nursing, medical staff and the hospital administration on standards for accreditation
 Manage performance improvement activities and quality assurance for pharmacy-related issues in oncology.
 Develop process improvements to reduce drug errors and preventable ADEs.
 Generate reports on the analysis of Key Performance Indicators and quality measures. Develop process improvements to reduce drug errors and preventable ADEs.
• Determine specific chemotherapy needs of the department including par levels in coordination with Chief of Pharmacy.
• Maintain the drug formulary for agents used primarily in the oncology setting, including consultation to hospital committees, such as Pharmacy and Therapeutics when oncology pharmacotherapy issues are discussed.
• Evaluate how drug costs may be minimized through appropriate use and implementation of cost-optimization measures.
• Contribute to improving pharmacy information technology when applicable.
 Fill in for pharmacy staff when needed and address on-call duties.
 Assist the Clinical Coordinator in aspects of student orientation and education.
 Participate in pharmacy conferences and Grand Rounds.
 Participate in clinical research and contribute to pharmacy/medical literature.
 Perform other duties pertinent to this job as appropriate or as required.

Clinical Pharmacist / Critical Care

Expire Date: 
Fri, 11/21/2014
Department: 
Pharmacy
Work Schedule: 
42 hours/week
Requirements: 

 Must possess a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an Accredited School of Pharmacy
 Completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency with experience in Critical Care.
 A specialized clinical residency in critical care is preferred.
 Board certification is preferred.
 Licensed as a pharmacist in Lebanon

Required Skills: 

 Maintains competency in unique aspects of drug therapy for critical care patients.
 Evidence of leadership in pharmacy practice and professional associations.
 Evidence of expertise in education/training of students and residents.
 Good knowledge of pharmaceutical requirements
 Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint).
 Excellent verbal and written English skills. French is a plus.
 Working knowledge of safety standards
 Highly organized and the ability to multi-task in a busy environment.
 Ability to work effectively as a team player.
 Problem-solving skills.

Responsibilities and Duties: 

 Round as a consistent member of the multidisciplinary critical care team.
 Verify and process medication orders in the Intensive Care Units (Adult, Pediatric and Neonatal), Cardiac Surgery Unit, Emergency Room and Operating Rooms.
 Prevent, detect and resolve medication related problems and provide evidence based and patient specific drug information and disease state management.
 Participate in clinical guideline development/assessment, disease management and drug use programs as identified by and in coordination with the Clinical Coordinator.
 Identify process improvement initiative to avoid preventable errors and improve patient safety related outcomes
 Participate in financial management initiatives for the critical care areas.
 Demonstrate teamwork with the Pharmacy to ensure that drug distribution to critical care areas is communicated and delivered both safely and efficiently
 Assist with the implementation and follow up of Clinical Pharmacy Initiatives.
 Serve on hospital committees pertaining to critical care pharmacotherapy.
 Collaborate on the achievement of departmental goals and objectives.
 Participate in teaching of students and residents.
 Attend/participate in pharmacy conferences and grand rounds.
 Respect and adhere to the mission, vision, and values of LAUMC-RH.

Specific Responsibilities and Duties:
 Round as a consistent member of the multidisciplinary critical care team
 Develop a medication management routine:
o Assess the current medication management:
 Develop medication therapy goals
 Identify, prioritize, manage and prevent medication related problems (MRPs)
o Develop, implement and follow up on the medication plan
o Communicate with patient/health care professionals
o Document in patient charts when applicable
 Prospectively evaluate all drug therapy in the Intensive Care Units (Adult, Pediatric and Neonatal), Cardiac Surgery Unit, Emergency Room and Operating Rooms for appropriate indications, dosage, drug interactions, drug allergies, monitor’s the patient’s pharmacotherapeutic regimen for effectiveness and adverse drug events and intervene accordingly.
 Evaluate parenteral nutrition in collaboration with the clinical dietician and recommend modifications as indicated to optimize nutritional regimen.
 Reconcile medications upon admission to and discharge from the ICU
 Counsel/triage patients on discharge/transfer medications as necessary.
 Provide specific pharmacokinetic monitoring when a targeted drug is prescribed.
 Provide up to date, evidence based and patient specific drug information
 Participate in reporting adverse drug events, assist in their management and develop processes to reduce medication errors and preventable events.
 Document and report on clinical interventions and cost avoidance as part of the justification for the position/service.
 Review, update and implement pharmacy policies within critical care areas
 Participate with the Clinical Coordinator and Pharmacy Department to evaluate and measure the impact of newly implemented processes.
 Serve as a liaison with medical staff and clinical coordinator to educate health care professionals with regards to pharmacotherapy related issues
 Collaborate with pharmacy, nursing, medical staff and the hospital administration on standards for accreditation.
 Contribute to improving pharmacy information technology when applicable.
 Fill in for pharmacy staff when needed and address on-call duties.
 Play an active role in ensuring a proper inventory control system in the ICU
 Assist the Clinical Pharmacist in aspects of student orientation and education.
 Provide at least one pharmacy staff development per year.
 Participate in pharmacy conferences and Grand Rounds.
 Participate in clinical research and contribute to pharmacy/medical literature.
 Participate on resuscitation efforts.
 Perform other duties pertinent to this job as appropriate or as required.

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