I strive to be a dependable, hard working employee that is willing to go above and beyond what is expected. I excel in jobs that require responsibility, I can always be counted on to do the tasks required. It didn't take previous employers long to realize I was a exceptional employee, offering me promotions and sending me back to school to improve their company. I am capable of handling any situation thrown at me. I have been in many different work environments. Growing up I worked on the family farm in tobacco, milking cows, and taking care of horses. I have been in every medical setting. I also have experience in a factory and working with the public.
2003 -2008 My first ever job started off being a cashier at a gas station trying to save up money to buy my first car. After I turned 16 and acquired my drivers license, management seen I was a dependable, trustworthy employee and promoted me to Assistant Manager. For the next 4 years I was in charge of keeping up with book keeping, depositing business money into the bank, handling vendors, and keeping track of inventory and ordering.
2008-2013 I decided it was time to leave my high school job for a grown up job. In high school I received my CNA (certified nursing assistant) certification and began working for BCHHC after graduation. My job responsibilities included feeding, changing, and bathing residents, along with charting, and vital signs. After only 6 months of employment the DON came to me and offered me a chance to receive my CMA (certified medication aide) After finishing classes and training I was in charge of checking doctors orders, charting, calling family members, checking inventory from pharmacy, ordering medications, and delivering the proper medication (including narcotics) at the proper time to the right resident. I also received perfect attendance one year I worked here. I know it makes everyone else's job harder when a coworker doesn't show up and i was a dependable employee.
2013- current After leaving the nursing home for personal reasons I started working for Dart. My job responsibilities included checking products for contamination or imperfections, cleaning, and multitasking. I was later promoted to Material Handler. This job requires you to drive a forklift taking product to the warehouse and loading it onto shipping trucks. I also take care of all the employees making sure they have whatever they need to keep their production lines running. If I don't stay on task and do my job efficiently all production would have to cease.I also became a machine operator. This job requires you to take care of any maintenance issues, fixing the problem so that the lines will run smoothly. I enjoy the extra responsibility's of these jobs.
I also received my CNA certification at the vocational school
I have taken Psychology, Medical Terminology, Algebra, and English Classes so that I could be eligible for an EMT course. I passed and completed the course but never received my state certification.
Growing up I spent my summers as a Plain Tree Volunteer at TJ Samson hospital. I also was an active member of 4-H, FCCLA, and FFA.
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