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Pauline G.

Last checked-in 09/17/2015

< 1 Years Experience

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Pauline G.

< 1 Years Experience

Last checked-in 09/17/2015

Mickleton, New Jersey (08056)

(312) 566-8520

Meet Pauline

Seeking $14.00/hour or Negotiable/day
Travel 25 Miles
Willing to drive client

EXPERIENCE

< 1 Year(s)

WORK HISTORY

Last Employer: Coming Soon

LANGUAGE

English

SPECIALIZATIONS

  • Nursing Home Experience
  • Finger Printing Complete
  • Level 2 Background Check
  • CPR Certification
  • First Aid Certification
  • BLS Certification (Life Support)
  • TB test/Chest X-ray
  • Cats Acceptable
  • Dogs Acceptable
  • Lift 25+ Pounds

AVAILABILITY

Hours

Full-Time Part-Time Not Live In

Time

  • Day Shift
  • Night Shift

Day

  • Weekdays
  • Weekends

WHY I WANT TO BE A CAREGIVER

As a nursing student, I have experienced care for long-term clients at the Masonic Home in Burlington, New Jersey during this present summer of 2015. I would like to further apply the skills that I have acquired during my nursing course. I would like to show empathy towards patients who are in need for emotional and physical support.

WHY YOU SHOULD HIRE ME

An employer should hire me because of my motivation to care for others who need help. I have a great work ethic. Along with preparing for the upcoming exams, clinical experiences, and practicing my nursing skills, I learned about time management. Great work ethic and time management plays an integral role as a nursing student. I know that as a nursing assistant, I must implement my skills in care in a timely fashion and also efficiently During my clinical experience at the Masonic Home, I learned that I am a great team player. Because of my clinical experience, there were two days in which I had to work together with a colleague to get our patient washed, dressed, and fed during the course of the morning at the long-term care facility. My colleague and I worked well together during this time. I am also a compassionate individual. While talking to several of the elderly who live at Masonic Home, I listened to their needs and their stories to further establish a trusting relationship with them. This practice, to me, is a very important part in the nursing profession. Healthcare providers must always remember that their clients are people with emotional and physical needs.

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