Health Area Pharmacist - Tripoli
S/he is a member of the field area team which includes the field medical advisor, the area pharmacist, the senior health officer, the health officers, the quality officers, and the program assistants per area.
Health program provides both technical and financial support to local primary health care centers to enable provision of affordable, accessible, and quality healthcare services to refugee and vulnerable host population.
Manage medication and medical supplies requests, consumption and donations for all IMC supported PHC Centers. Monthly reports to M&E of each PHCC inventory and consumption.
- Manage medication and medical supplies requests, consumption and donations for all IMC supported PHC Centers.
- Conduct regular visits to the supported clinics to ensure delivered pharmaceuticals and medical supplies donated are available, properly dispensed, and managed.
- Supervise and train pharmacy assistants in the supported clinic and MMUs. All topics re-lated to medications, pharmacy management stock control, generating stock lists, and the proper handling of medicines.
- Capacity building of the PHC centers supported by IMC mainly to the pharmacist assis-tants. The pharmacist will help building the capacity the clinic staff including proper submission of medication requests to MOPH on a quarterly basis and addendum requests (in case initial delivery is insufficient) to avoid stock outs and decrease reliance on IMC donated medication
Follow up and management of the medical stock with specific tools (MOPH Health in-formation system (HIS) software). This includes following up on MOPH medication stockouts and ensuring that the proper steps are being taken by the clinic staff to com-municate medication needs to the MOPH PHC Area Coordinator.
Desirable Experience: Experience in NGO field
- Excellent communication skills
- Able to take initiative within a defined framework
Strong commitment to the organization and its values
- Able to work within a team
- Flexible and creative
- Strong commitment to work
- Able to work under stress
Desirable Competency: Good command of Microsoft Word, Excel for reporting and stock management purposes
General specifications for all positions:
- Experience in working closely with community members throughout a program cycle
- Experience in or understanding of program accountability principles
- Knowledge of, respect and empathy for the communities we are working with
- Commitment to championing community and partner points of view
- Strong understanding of the project cycle and of M&E systems
- Good interpersonal and influencing skills
- Non-discriminatory and readiness to involve men, women, girls and boys from diverse backgrounds, particularly the most marginalized segments of the community
- Very good listening and facilitation skills – capable of managing and facilitating group discussions with program participants, local officials, partners and all levels of staff
- Ability to mobilize people – to develop and maintain relationships with staff and communities to ensure their participation in International Medical Corps ways of working
- North Lebanon