As A Adventure Guide my responsibilities were to greet customers with a positive and friendly manner, assisting customers to their needs quickly but respectfully, I kept customers coming back.
Every good employee had their own customers but welcoming customers altogether is what brought them back.
I was active around the whole store, I helped with the stores needs as well by, facing merchandise, keeping the shelves up to date, unloading freight, counting merchandise, stocking, organizing, cleaning outside at the gas pumps, the kitchen, on the sales floor but My top priority was my register and customers, I was very dedicated to making money so I was always available for extra hours that needed coverage. I was also trained in the kitchen to prep food, and putting food out. I enjoyed working at Maverick, what changed that was I got my first vehicle and I was needing higher pay.
SunOpta healthy snacks was a new experience for me it was my first position in a warehouse, I enjoyed it. I got paid well, and weekly. Unfortunately I only worked about a month for SunOpta healthy snack due to the plant shutting down but During My time spent at SunOpta healthy snack I learned packaging, picking, shipping, and counting, I have a little bit of experience with a hand gun, and also sorting out good and bad granola bars.
When I was going through the process of becoming one of many Caregiver's with Eden Home Care, I was a BI-weekly, Full-time employee, working40+ hours a week. I was open to traveling where they needed coverage. I was eager to learn and excited to get out there and In a short period of time I was one of their Top caregiver's.
Clients and their families would request me because I would genuinely give 110% of my care. I was very Dedicated to my job, so When we were short staffed on caregiver's I would cover what I possibly could. The office staff would jokingly say, they wish they could make clones of me because of how open my schedule was and how wide my travel range was and In that pay period I covered over 117 hours, and over 400 miles.
Being a caregiver was not easy but it became more than just a pay check for me, although I did enjoy when pay day came.
I Always would try to go that extra mile for my clients even if it were on my own time or using my own money.
For Example, If i had time to spare before my visit ended, i was outside picking up the backyard or i was throwing out expired items in the fridge. i would take clients out to breakfast and sometimes even take a day trip to get them out of the their home (with permission from families of course) because i knew it would make their day.
With Each individual client i had different tasks and responsibilities to complete within the shift such as, grocery shopping, monitored showers, exercises, assistance with medication, dressing, hygiene, meals, companionship, brief changes, cleaning, etc.
Out of the many things that i have learned from Eden Home care, one of them is communication because communicating between the office and caregiver's about any new information that could be updated into our system, made things run smoother to keep clients and their families satisfied with the assistance of Eden Home Care.
Honestly, being a caregiver it comes with more responsibilities, time, patience, and the ability to care for someone else because it really is not an easy position to fill sometimes.
i've Created relationships with each one of my clients, and It gives you a new perspective on how fragile life can be as time goes on.
The most difficult thing i've seen my clients face was accepting help because losing your independence as you get older is not easy, so they may take it out on you but you have to be strong and understand it is not personal, it's the fact that they no longer can for themselves.
You learn to listen and speak words of wisdom as one day you will lose your independence . You learn to not take time for granted and With time You grow close to them as they grow close to you, and you realize time is the only thing that can not be replaced.
i would say the absolute hardest thing to accept as a caregiver is not accepting death, it's letting go when a client passes on because you've created a bond with them and their families, and it's like losing apart of your other family but just knowing your friendship, care and your time spent together made the rest of their time here a difference and was very much appreciated.
If you were to hire me , i will learn as much as I can from you and your team to be successful and to gain more experience in your business.
I will try my best to exceed in your company, with the proper training and show nothing but good vibes to customers and/or animals. I have experience caring for others including their pets, I am responsible, I am honest, I am reliable, I am hard working and would be available 24/7. I do not mind traveling to where I am needed.
I look forward to hearing back from you, and possibly becoming A member of your team.
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