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

Hardworking Residential Care bringing 5+ years of experience handling all types of cleaning. Dedicated to creating comfortable, clean environment. Dependable Residential House Lead dedicated to maintaining cleanliness and upkeep of various facilities and rooms in units facilities. Offering 5+ years of experience preparing rooms for guests, overseeing laundry and monitoring grounds for general repairs. Positive and energetic professional comfortable working with minimal supervision.

Skills
  • Quality control guidelines
  • Care of fine art
  • Ceiling fans
  • Conscientious
  • Mopping and sweeping
  • Ordering cleaning supplies
  • Cleaning techniques
  • Residential cleaning
  • Dusting furniture
  • Cleaning bathrooms
  • Sorting and washing laundry
  • Hazardous chemical training
  • Window cleaning
  • Folding clean laundry
  • Fluent in American Sign Language
  • Housekeeping
  • Vacuuming and sweeping
  • Vacuuming
Work History
House Lead, 12/2020 - Current
Res-Care, Inc. Nipomo, CA,

I am house lead of a residential care unit for adults with IDD.

  • Kept digital records of patient details, medications, billing and other activities.
  • Coordinated daily medicine schedules and administration to help clients address symptoms and enhance quality of life.
  • Helped patients safely transition between sleeping surfaces and mobility assistance such as wheelchairs by providing consistent support.
  • Took patient vital signs, height and weight measurements and monitored glucose and patient wellbeing.
  • Assisted patients with handling daily chores and errands by transporting to appointments, cleaning personal spaces and purchasing supplies.
  • Cooked tasty, nourishing meals for patients with conditions to promote better nutrition.
  • Interacted kindly with patients and families and displayed positive, outgoing attitude, resulting in establishment of long-term, professional relationships.
  • Reported changes in patient status regarding drug therapy.
  • Offered support for client mental and emotional needs to enhance physical outcomes and overall happiness.
  • Encouraged patients to participate in safe physical activity to help boost mood and improve overall wellness.
  • Checked vital signs on daily basis and contacted regarding any patient health concerns or behavioral changes.
  • Administered medications to patients and remained vigilant for negative side effects.
  • Assisted patients with dressing, grooming and feeding needs, helping to overcome and adapt to mobility restrictions.
  • Provided patients with assistance in completing such tasks as , effectively reducing daily burden on family members.
  • Administered prescribed drugs to high-volume patient caseload.
  • Increased medication knowledge and medical terminology prowess through consistent research and continuing education.
  • Kept close eye on behavior and emotional responses of clients, consulting with supervisor to address concerns and protect each person from any harm.
  • Followed nutritional plans to prepare optimal meals, including purchasing ingredients from local shops.
  • Updated inventory, expiration and vaccine logs to maintain current tracking documentation.
DSP/ BHP, 12/2019 - 12/2020
Res-Care, Inc. Norcross, GA,
  • Worked to improve and enhance patient lives through effective and compassionate care.
  • Updated patient files with current information about vitals, behaviors and other data relevant to treatment planning.
  • Developed rapport to create safe and trusting environment for care.
  • Consulted with different healthcare disciplines to offer important mental health support to patients.
  • Monitored progress and documented any patient health status changes, keeping healthcare team updated.
  • Enhanced successful patient outcomes by helping each participate in recreational activities alone or in groups.
  • Completed entries in log books, journals and care plans to document accurately report patient progress.
  • Supervised daily activities and provided assistance when needed.
  • Assisted disabled clients in any way necessary to facilitate independence and well-being.
  • Minimized injuries to staff or patients by offering important support or restraint to control patient movements.
  • Maintained clean, safe and well-organized patient environment.
  • Administered medication as directed by physician.
  • Promoted health and wellness in psychiatric patients by providing caring emotional support and encouragement.
  • Assisted patients with adjusting to hospital procedures and helped each thrive in highly structured settings.
  • Helped with diagnosing patients and delivering treatments with timely medication administration and specimen collection.
  • Cooked meals and assisted patients with eating tasks to support healthy nutrition.
  • Handled all incoming information requests for several busy executives.
  • Managed large range of services including pet care, phone screening, shopping and bill paying to provide clients with premium family time.
  • Provided staff coaching, mentoring and consultation to enhance performance and professional development.
  • Replaced bandages, dressings and binders to care for wounds and encourage healing.
  • Supervised household staff, contractors and vendors.
  • Maintained appropriate filing of personal and professional documentation.
  • Identified needs and coordinated plans for travel and out-of-town functions.
  • Helped clients with hygiene-related tasks such as brushing teeth, bathing, grooming and toileting.
  • Applied mobility assistance knowledge to safely ambulate patients in different spaces involving varying elevations and obstacles.
  • Monitored and assisted residents through individual service plans.
  • Utilized personal and professional networks to identify, acquire and manage new clients.
  • Turned and positioned bedbound patients to prevent bedsores and maintain comfort levels.
  • Kept digital records of patient details, medications, billing and other activities.
  • Coordinated daily medicine schedules and administration to help clients address symptoms and enhance quality of life.
  • Followed nutritional plans to prepare optimal meals, including purchasing ingredients from local shops.
  • Helped patients safely transition between sleeping surfaces and mobility assistance such as wheelchairs by providing consistent support.
  • Checked vital signs on basis and contacted regarding any patient health concerns or behavioral changes.
  • Administered prescribed drugs to high-volume patient caseload.
  • Offered support for client mental and emotional needs to enhance physical outcomes and overall happiness.
  • Provided patients with assistance in completing such tasks as effectively reducing daily burden on family members.
  • Took patient vital signs, height and weight measurements and monitored glucose and patient wellbeing.
  • Cooked tasty, nourishing meals for patients with conditions to promote better nutrition.
  • Assisted patients with dressing, grooming and feeding needs, helping to overcome and adapt to mobility restrictions.
  • Kept close eye on behavior and emotional responses of clients, consulting with to address concerns and protect each person from any harm.
  • Reported changes in patient status regarding drug therapy.
  • Interacted kindly with patients and families and displayed positive, outgoing attitude, resulting in establishment of long-term, professional relationships.
  • Encouraged patients to participate in safe physical activity to help boost mood and improve overall wellness.
  • Increased medication knowledge and medical terminology prowess through consistent research and continuing education.
  • Assisted patients with handling daily chores and errands by transporting to appointments, cleaning personal spaces and purchasing supplies.
  • Collected all pertinent data and calculations to aid physician in interpreting results.
  • Directed patients to exam rooms, fielded questions and prepared for physician examinations.
  • Supported duties for diagnostic and technical treatment procedures, such as setting up and operating special medical equipment and apparatus.
  • Assisted with routine checks and diagnostic testing by collecting and processing specimens.
  • Updated inventory, expiration and vaccine logs to maintain current tracking documentation.
  • Maintained detailed records of test results by entering data and patient information into computer.
  • Prepared and administered medications to alleviate patient symptoms.
  • Collected and documented patient medical information such as blood pressure and weight.
  • Gathered forms, copied insurance cards to collect patient information for billing and insurance filing.
  • Prepared patients for X-rays, electrocardiograms, suture removal and dressing changes.
  • Monitored test accuracy using quality controls.
  • Implemented care and efficiency improvements to support and enhance office operations.
  • Followed all appropriate procedures to minimize patient's exposure to radiation.
  • Oriented and trained new staff on proper procedures and policies.
  • Explained procedures to patients to reduce anxieties and increase patient cooperation.
  • Called and faxed pharmacies to submit prescriptions and refills.
  • Performed clerical duties, such as word processing, data entry, answering phones and filing.
  • Measured patient pulse oximetry.
  • Taught patients about medications, procedures and care plan instructions.
  • Conducted monthly and quarterly inventory of supplies using facility cost reporting records.
  • Prepared blood, urine, stool and sputum lab specimens for diagnostic evaluation.
  • Promoted office efficiency, coordinating charts, completing insurance forms and helping patients with diverse needs.
  • Collaborated with medical and administrative personnel to maintain patient-focused, engaging and compassionate environment.
  • Obtained client medical history, including medication information, symptoms and allergies.
House Lead, 06/2015 - 12/2019
Creative Options City, STATE,
  • Removed bed sheets and towels from rooms and pre-treated stains to maintain and restore linen condition.
  • Kept digital records of patient details, medications, billing and other activities.
  • Coordinated daily medicine schedules and administration to help clients address symptoms and enhance quality of life.
  • Took patient vital signs, height and weight measurements and monitored glucose and patient wellbeing.
  • Assisted patients with dressing, grooming and feeding needs, helping to overcome and adapt to mobility restrictions.
  • Provided patients with assistance in completing such tasks as and , effectively reducing daily burden on family members.
  • Administered prescribed drugs to high-volume patient caseload.
  • Checked vital signs on basis and contacted regarding any patient health concerns or behavioral changes.
  • Encouraged patients to participate in safe physical activity to help boost mood and improve overall wellness.
  • Increased medication knowledge and medical terminology prowess through consistent research and continuing education.
  • Followed nutritional plans to prepare optimal meals, including purchasing ingredients from local shops.
  • Regulated IV fluids and programmed IV and insulin pumps.
  • Helped patients safely transition between sleeping surfaces and mobility assistance such as wheelchairs by providing consistent support.
  • Administered and medications to patients and remained vigilant for negative side effects.
  • Interacted kindly with patients and families and displayed positive, outgoing attitude, resulting in establishment of long-term, professional relationships.
  • Kept close eye on behavior and emotional responses of clients, consulting with to address concerns and protect each person from any harm.
  • Reported changes in patient status regarding drug therapy.
  • Offered support for client mental and emotional needs to enhance physical outcomes and overall happiness.
  • Cooked tasty, nourishing meals for patients with conditions to promote better nutrition.
  • Assisted patients with handling daily chores and errands by transporting to appointments, cleaning personal spaces and purchasing supplies.
  • Measured patient pulse oximetry.
  • Explained procedures to patients to reduce anxieties and increase patient cooperation.
  • Promoted office efficiency, coordinating charts, completing insurance forms and helping patients with diverse needs.
  • Conducted monthly and quarterly inventory of supplies using facility cost reporting records.
  • Oriented and trained new staff on proper procedures and policies.
  • Collected all pertinent data and calculations to aid physician in interpreting results.
  • Performed clerical duties, such as word processing, data entry, answering phones and filing.
  • Directed patients to exam rooms, fielded questions and prepared for physician examinations.
  • Monitored test accuracy using quality controls.
  • Prepared and administered medications to alleviate patient symptoms.
  • Supported duties for diagnostic and technical treatment procedures, such as setting up and operating special medical equipment and apparatus.
  • Sanitized, restocked and organized exam rooms and medical equipment.
  • Measured patient spirometry.
  • Called and faxed pharmacies to submit prescriptions and refills.
  • Collaborated with medical and administrative personnel to maintain patient-focused, engaging and compassionate environment.
  • Updated inventory, expiration and vaccine logs to maintain current tracking documentation.
  • Implemented care and efficiency improvements to support and enhance office operations.
  • Assisted with routine checks and diagnostic testing by collecting and processing specimens.
  • Prepared patients for X-rays, electrocardiograms, suture removal and dressing changes.
  • Followed all appropriate procedures to minimize patient's exposure to radiation.
  • Maintained detailed records of test results by entering data and patient information into computer.
  • Obtained client medical history, including medication information, symptoms and allergies.
  • Gathered forms, copied insurance cards and to collect patient information for billing and insurance filing.
Education
High School Diploma: , Expected in 06/2000
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Nokomis Regional High - Newport Maine,
GPA:
Certifications
  • Certified CRMA
  • Licensed DSP
  • Licensed PSS
  • I have had MANT Training
  • I have had Safety Care Training
  • I have completed Diabetic Care to give insulin to clients
  • I and fluent in American Sign Language

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School Attended

  • Nokomis Regional High

Job Titles Held:

  • House Lead
  • DSP/ BHP
  • House Lead

Degrees

  • High School Diploma

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