I would like to introduce myself, my name is Trish. I am a mother of two sons. I have been a dedicated caregiver both personally and professionally most of my life.
I am currently employed by Goodwill Industries New York, New Jersey Division, for nearly four years. I've mainly worked on the sales floor where I not only help customers, I also keep the donations of products stocked on the store shelves. Since working here I learned skills working as a team player. Last December I was offered a promotion to third key manager, which I accepted. I now have the store and my co-workers as my responsibility, I observe others and what their strengths are, putting them in the best positions to keep the store running.
Previously I was employed by a local car dealership as a front desk receptionist/cashier. I enjoyed working in the automotive industries. I felt both the customers and my co- workers enjoyed my effervescent personality.
Before this I was a stay at home mom, for 17 years, where I took the opportunity to do daycare out of my home. During this time I would take on part-time or night-time jobs of various kinds. I am now searching for a full time daytime position, where I can utilize all of my skills; clerical, customer service and labor in a professional atmosphere.
If given the opportunity I feel I could be a real asset to your company.
Victoria Jackson Store Manager
Sort, organize, price donations, then set up shelves, sort, hang, and refill clothing, remove outdated merchandise, and pack for transfer. As a manager I do opening which includes, unlocking the store turning off the alarm, go through store fill out opening checklist, counting of the safe and record it, making daytime to do list for the employees assigned on that day. Open the register, set up the cashiers for the day and count the money in. During the course of the day, price the wares and put on carts, tag the clothes, and make sure they all get to the floor, do returns, make change, handling visiting vendors, answer phones, and or all questions from donors or customers, receiving truck drop off and sending out transfer, doing spot checks, handling paperwork, giving receipts of donations. When closing of store, it consists of counting out the cashiers, making out deposit slips, filling out forms, putting all wares and clothes away, making sure the floor is cleaned up (which consists of basic housekeeping) completing closing checklist, and putting information of the day in computer, locking the store and putting the alarm on.
Pat Slater Office Manager
Meet and greet all customers to showroom, record all cash receipts for used and new cars, enter all credit card slips for new and used cars, process used car folders, filing for all car purchases, and service orders, enter licenses plates registration and title information, answer all incoming calls, collect mail., answer all incoming calls, take messages, also keep service and showroom lobby clean, order supplies for break areas and restrooms.
Provide daytime childcare in my home. In the 17 years I had over 40 children from 6 weeks to 17 years old, past though my door. I also cared for a handicapped child, and I then became certified in infant/child CPR and First aid. During this time I was able to raise my 2 sons, while amongst these other children.
Dr. Martin Ladman
Dental assistant – Sterilize equipment, assist in 3rd position and 2nd position of surgical procedures, setup trays and prepare paperwork for patients, record vital signs of patients. Clean out procedure rooms and sterilize after each patient.
Dr. Jae Jun Woo
Prepare files, sterilize equipment, make folders, assist with all procedures, scaling, fillings, deep root cleanings, crowns, extractions, develop x-rays, stock inventory, order supplies, schedule appointments, check insurance forms, confirm on phone procedures and appointments, sterilize equipment and examination rooms.
Meet and greet customers, handle petty cash, answer phones, file repair orders, and enter service payments.
Karen and Frank
Front desk/receptionist -answer incoming calls, make folders for product orders, file folders, collate and stuff mailings and send out.
Dale Neives and Debbie Hart
Answer all incoming calls, program telephone system changes and run monthly reports, make telephone contacts and perform telephone inquiries for managers, stuff/staple/fold/collate/proofread/ and type various mailings, petty cash, and postage records, record and authorize all deliveries, various administrative duties such as plumbing repairs, inventory bathroom paper products and order, order coffee maker supplies.
908-352-7664, ext. 8400
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