My first job after I left Mesquite to move to Saint George was CCSI. CCSI is a taxi dispatching company that dispatches cabs all around the country. It is certainly something that I have never done before and I am very fond of it. I learned to be very patient and sympathetic towards each caller, since I deal with a lot of people with disabilities. It has opened my eyes so much with different people from all around the U.S. It was a tricky job at first but I would like to think that I'm a fast learner. I started off as a CSA which is what everyone starts off as. A couple months later I was bumped up to Lead CSA which deals with passengers with disabilities and their insurance company. After that I was promoted to a certified CSA. A certified CSA is someone that is always on time, very little absences, and a few mistakes with their calls. I always love learning new things and always want to learn more and better myself with whatever it is that I am doing.
When I first started working at the casinos Chuckwagon Cafe, I was still working at Samurai 21.I worked both jobs for about 3 months. This was my first graveyard job and I learned a lot from working at a bigger company with more employees. I did handle money and I was in charge of seating each customer that came in and also taking orders for people that wanted to-go's.
Samurai 21 was my first job after I graduated high school and it was also my first restaurant job. I was a hostess/cashier and dealt with money and all the customers that came in to eat. Being a hostess at this restaurant came with a lot of responsibilities with not only the money and seating each customer, but also with each server/busser there. I learned how to multi-task which was the best thing I learned from there. Juggling so many duties around the restaurant did get a little hectic but it was what I enjoyed the most. Keeping everyone satisfied was always rewarding at the end of the day.
During high school, I was an intern at Mesquite Women's Clinic for extra credit in school. It was my first real job, although it wasn't a paying job. This job required me to answer phones, get patients checked in, making appointments, scanning and filing papers. This job also taught me how to talk and have sympathy for every patient there. It was quite an experience to be working at a doctor's office and I learned a lot in the short period of time I was there.
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