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Laitek Medical Software - Romania HQ is expanding its team! We have several job openings available, please check out our Jobs section.

 

Systems Support Specialist


Key Technical abilities - generic

• Basic computer skills abilities - understanding of computer basics such as files, folders, drives, email systems and basic networking.
• Ability to lead other or offer guidance
• Ability to self manage a project

In addition to these basic technical requirements, the following skills are expected:

• Very good communication skills
• Teamwork - working together with team members to identify potential bottlenecks; understands team load and plans execution of plan accordingly. Must be able to match the right person for the tasks at hand.
• Thoroughness - ability to keep track and resolving detailed matters.
• Multitasking - needs to be able to perform on several fronts during the course of one day.
• Creativity and Problem Solving - proposing new solutions in "no exit" situations.
• Documentation - ability to take and organize minutes from meetings; ability to document actions throughout the life of a project.
• Analytical skills - ability to examine project databases and propose process improvements based on acquired data.
• Adaptability - manage competing requests from different customers; ability to deal with frequent changes, delays or unexpected events.


Job Description

The Junior Level Systems Support Specialist shall be responsible with the daily monitoring of systems activity throughout Laitek's Medical Data Migration projects, as well as Archive projects.
Our teammates filling this position shall be able to understand the nature of the issues being reported, provide basic intervention or relay the problems to the more experienced team members, documenting in detail on the issues encountered.
In addition of monitoring and intervention, the Systems Support Specialists shall be tasked with performing various database related activities, following extensive training from experienced Laitek personnel.
Their work shall ensure proper patient care is delivered in hospitals using our services throughout the world.


Incentives

• attractive payment packages, which include support for extra-work activities like Sports (swimming, tennis, fitness etc), meal tickets anso
• opportunity in joining a growing company and securing positions for the future.
• proximity to the city center
• flexible working hours; colleagues with more than 1 year in our company can choose to work from home one day a week.
• pleasant and stimulating work environment with a supportive team. Sports like ping-pong and archery can be practiced within company premises.


Company's description and projected path


Laitek Medical Software is a company established in 2002 as Light Soft, the Romanian outpost of Laitek of Chicago, Illinois. With an activity centered in the Medical Software area, Lightsoft enjoyed constant growth in its capitalization over the years.

In 2013, Lightsoft was fully acquired and it is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Laitek INC. We predict Laitek will grow constantly in the next five years, in a process of responding to the increasing demand of our services in the US and Europe market. The software is entirely eveloped inhouse and it must adapt to increasingly diverse environments in which it will operate. Starting 2016, the Romanian company changed its name from "Light Soft" to "Laitek Medical Software".

Our archiving and PACS data migration software now runs in hospitals spanning many time zones, from the USA's Pacific West Coast to Norway, UK and Ireland in Europe, to Abu Dhabi in UAE and Manipal, India.

Our parent company, Laitek of Chicago, Illinois, through its founder and president Dr. Fred Behlen, Phd, is a respected presence in the US and international medical informatics arena. Dr. Behlen was the co-chair of HL7/DICOM common working group which gives us an unique perspective and insight on the medical software market. He is the editor of HL7-CDA (Clinical Document Architecture) and the proponent of XDS framework (Cross Enterprise Document Sharing) in the early 2000's.

The company's strategy addresses market needs in the near future - next 2 to 5 years - preparing at the same time the next generation products in the medical records management sector.

The company continues to grow and expand its operations across the globe. We welcome you aboard to bring your best in development and support of technologies that will impact the future of medical informatics.