Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary

Dedicated caregiving brings- a couple of years of background visiting patients in-home and performing an array of nursing tasks, including conducting physical assessments, dressing wounds, and assisting with bathing and grooming activities. Polite and courteous professional with in-depth knowledge of CPR and first aid. Committed to collaborating with physicians and families to provide quality patient care.

As a student who wishes to continue education in social work, and further into Immigration,voluntarily worked with different health care groups and refugee offices just to gain more experience with the work that comes with it. Healthcare professional and home companion with a strong history of providing support to clients within business environments to deliver comprehensive administrative assistance. Providing knowledge of clerical tasks, project support, scheduling, time management, assignment prioritization, and customer service. Quickly resolving issues, handling conflicting priorities, remaining flexible, and striving to exceed organizational goals.

  • Family Support and Instruction
  • Emotional Support and Companionship
  • Client Relationship and Rapport
  • Vitals Monitoring and Documentation
  • Patient and Compassionate
  • Mental Health Support
  • Verbal and Written Communication
  • Patient Care Recordkeeping
  • Data Entry
  • First Aid and CPR
  • Appointment Scheduling
  • Disability Support
  • Time Management
Work History
09/2020 to 06/2021 Home Health Caregiver Prospect, Inc. | Smithville, TN,
  • Traveled to clients' homes to complete healthcare services and promote continuity of care.
  • Provided mobility assistance such as walking and regular exercising.
  • Offered patients and families emotional support and instruction in preparing healthy meals, independent living and adaptation to disability or illness.
  • Administered medication as directed by physician.
  • Developed rapport to create safe and trusting environment for care.
  • Assisted patients with dressing, grooming and feeding needs, helping to overcome and adapt to mobility restrictions.
  • Administered prescribed medications under direction of physician.
07/2019 to 07/2020 Learning Ambassador Eso | Bellingham, WA,
  • Supported interaction between students during group work activities using guided conversation.
  • Created, collected, and recorded data on student progress to determine what next steps for student success.
  • Helped students organize materials such as needed paperwork for class.
  • Honored confidentiality to safeguard students' private information.
  • Collaborated with managers to monitor progress, and adjust instructional strategies to meet specific needs more efficiently.
  • Implemented individual learning plans to help as many workers per semester to learn new skills and techniques for retention.
  • Planned and organized sampling events by working hand-in-hand with managers and leaders.
05/2017 to 06/2020 Translator Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center | Issaquah, WA,

Communicated effectively with clients to establish scope and requirements of translation, following up after submission of work to confirm satisfaction and understanding.

  • Responsibilities needed for translating were to read given material and research industry-specific terminology. convert text and audio recordings from one language to one or more others. ensured that translated content conveys original meaning and tone as well.
  • Provided verbal summaries of non-English documents for immediate use.
  • Interpreted conversations simultaneously to help both parties conduct business, handle medical needs, or manage personal concerns.
05/2017 to 05/2019 Voluntary Worker Voluntary | City, STATE,
  • Assisted with event coordination and on-site support.
  • Answered phone to filter calls, assist and redirect appropriate personnel.
  • Greeted visitors, answered questions, and assisted with individual needs or requests.
  • Volunteered with groups and organizations to help make measurable differences for program recipients.
  • Community hours for school were required in order to pass public communication lectures, so volunteering for local Immigration offices helped account for those hours needed. Working with refugees providing support, guidance, and counseling to families in need, making referrals or introducing them to other agencies scheduling and escorting individuals to appointments with legal aid workers, counselors, doctors, etc. Monitoring visits between at-risk or fragile children and family members.
  • Managed calendar, set appointments, and prioritized urgent needs.
Expected in 05/2019 Associate of Arts | General Studies Western Texas College, Snyder, TX GPA:
Expected in 05/2017 High School Diploma | Abilene High School, Abilene, TX GPA:

- The Crisis prevention institute (CPI)

- The cardiopulmonary resuscitation ( CPR)

Kinyarwanda :
Native or Bilingual
kirundi :
Full Professional
Limited Working

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