To Whom it May Concern, Thank you for considering me for the System Educator position at the University of Vermont Medical center. I was referred to this position by a friend, and I am excited hear their may be an opportunity for me to bring my unique blend of hard work and high energy to bear for as prestegious an institution such as this. My excitement for this position comes from my varied and diverse skill set, which lends itself well to work environments that require multitasking, minimal supervision, and a self-motivating atmosphere, as well as my upbeat and amenable personality. Many of my previous positions, especially the Quality Assurance Technician position at G.W. Plastics and the Pharmacy Technician at VT Health Direct, had the same requirements, and a mistake on the technicians part at either could lead to potential disaster if customers recieved wrong or improper parts and drugs. My current position as a Pharmacy Technician requires a high energy level and professional attitude, while juggling high stress and time sensitive situations with many competing parties vying for attention, resolution, and differing levels of engagement. It is up to the fullfillment team and I to take charge of our daily activities, including preparing the daily orders from our customers, preparing the scheduled shipments to our homes, and working with varying aspects of our computer keyers to ensure prompt resposes to changing circumstances. We are also expected to have a solid background in computers, as well as the abilty to use the pharmacutical tracking program, Helix. Combined with these skills is also a working backround in teaching, as I have spent several years working as a substitute teacher for the Randolph School system, and the lessons I have learned from in-class experience is difficult to come by. Personally, I am an optimistic bundle of excitement and good humour. I find it easy to self-motivate as I move throughout the day and through a work space, finding the fun and challenges that exist in any job, especially in a job that would require a high level of attention to detail and focus, and the ability to work and teach others. I have included my resume for
Pharmacy TechnicianSep 2015 to Current Vermont Health Direct － Williston, VT
Solid background in project organization planning, staff management with a focus on college students, communication skills and motivational skills.
Dedicated, hardworking team player able to manage, train and supervise others, as well as complete assigned tasks.
Strong organizational skills with the ability to plan and implement large projects with specific tactics and goals.
Excellent communication skills with a focus on communicating goals in a variety of media and to multiple parties.
Advanced computer proficiency with attention to online social media organization.
Part of a small team responsible for recieving, picking, packing and delivering pharmacutical drugs and other products to nursing homes, local Kinney drugstores and hospitals.
An extreme attention to detail is required to ensure safety of customers, as well as the abilty to work quickly under short deadlines.
Knowledge of computer systems, including pharmacy tracking software, is needed to reslove problems and ensure accurate deliveries.
Required to register with the State of Vermont to recieve Technician licensing.
Front Desk Agent and Shuttle DriverMay 2014 to Sep 2015 Burlington Sheraton － Burlington, VT
Responsible for welcoming and checking guests into the hotel, as well as facilitating relations between guests and other hotel staff, as well as driving guests to and from airports, downtown, and to other areas of interest downtown as well as other locales.
Responsibilites require intense attention to detail when accomodating guest requests and preferences as well as the ability to self manage time when juggling multiple shuttle loads about town.
Additionally, the job requires the ability to handle high stress and time sensitive situations with many competing parties vying for attention, resolution, and levels of engagment.
Responsible for oversight and quality assurance for a injection-molding medical plastics parts company.
Main tasks during shift include: ensuring parts are free of defects and problems on a factory floor of 40+ machines, working with gauges and other measuring tools, and documenting problems and changes in a company specific computer program, as well as Microsoft Suite.
In addition to needing a very high level of attention to detail and self-motivation, this position requires the ability to work with various internal groups, such as Molders, Machine Operators, and middle and upper management to maintain the highest standard of quality in products used in endoscopic and other surgery.
Assistant Team LeadJan 2009 to Jan 2012 Warehouse Employee, Level Two, BACKCOUNTRY.COM － Salt Lake City, UT
for the Non-Conveyable side of the warehouse, responsible for picking (lift certified), packing, or inventory based on the needs of the day.
Assistant Team Lead for the Competitive Cyclist side of the building, responsible for packing and picking based on the needs of the day.
This area is only available as manual auditing, which requires strong attention to detail and the ability to work quickly without sacrificing quality.
Site ManagerJan 1995 to Current MILE ULTRAMARATHON － Brownsville, VT
Responsible for the construction and maintenance of an ultra-marathon base camp for 200+ people and horses for a week.
Managing a team of 3-5 people, dividing jobs to accomplish above tasks in a small time frame while maintaining asafe environment for runners and horses.
Lead Ski InstructorJan 1990 to Current VERMONT ADAPTIVE SKI AND SPORTS Sugerbush MT － Pico, Mt
Responsible for greeting, preparing, and adjusting equipment to fulfill the diverse needs of clients and their families.
While teaching and guiding clients who exhibit a wide variety of physical and mental disabilities, Lead Instructors are responsible for the safety of clients, as well as on-hill repairs and decision making in terms of weather and client attitude.
Requires a high level of skiing ability, as well as leadership, physical fitness, tact and general knowledge of the Adaptive environment.
Education and Training
BA, Theatre and Political Science2008University of Vermont － Burlington, VTTheatre and Political Science
Highly Adept with Computers and OS's of all kinds Microsoft Office 2007 Fluent in Multiple Social Networks Highly Adept with PR, Customer Solutions and Customer Satisfaction Large Skill Set and Work Experiences Certified (in Utah) for Driving Large Box Trucks (<26,000 #'s)="" certified="" (in="" utah)="" for="" cherry="" pickers="" and="" fork="" lifts/picking="" vehicles="">26,000>
attention to detail, auditing, communication skills, Excellent communication, Competitive, client, clients, Customer Satisfaction, decision making, Driving, focus, frame, inventory, leadership, Team Lead, Managing, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Suite, Networks, nursing, OS, Strong organizational skills, PR, quality, quality assurance, recieving, repairs, safety, staff management, surgery, teaching, team player, Technician