*Master ATS*

Applied: 

7/19/2019 4:18 PM

9/27/2019 3:41 PM

Last Action: 

Phone: 

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Email: 

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Source: 

Referral: Caregiver

Employee Referral: 

Breyuna Mcintire

Location: 

11246 Redskin Place Apt A

Recent Job Title: 

Cashier

Recent Employer: 

Menards

First Reference:

Lashawnda Hinton - redacted

Cashier - Known for 4 year(s)

Second Reference:

Kadijah Hackney - redacted

Medical Assistant - Known for 6 year(s)

Third Reference:

Lezlie Holmes - redacted

Inventory Controller - Known for 4 year(s)

Emergency Contact: 

Floyd Hall - 'Boyfriend' - redacted

Available Start Date: 

7/22/2019

Availability:

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Regarding Availability: 

'Available Sunday - Friday anytime after 3pm'

Applicant's Story

Regarding your work experience, what's most appealing to you?

'The people I work with'

When do you know you've done a good job? 

'The people I work with tell me'

Why are you a caregiver... or want to become one?

'I would love to become a caregiver because i have a passion for helping others. I enjoy assisting others with tasks that they are unable to do so themselves and being sure that they are given the care that they deserve. This is a career goal that i would love to gain more experience in where i would be able to improve on my skills and attributes.'

Tell me of a time when you were there for someone who really needed you.

'A time where i was there for someone who needed me is when i moved into an apartment complex and became good friends with my blind neighbor and started helping him. He talked to me daily basis when i got home from work and would tell me every few days that he waits on his niece to drive from across town to take him to the grocery store about ten minutes away from the apartments. He said that she has kids and that sometimes he feels really bad for her having to drive all the ways out to help him because of his disability would not allow him to do for himself. One Monday seen him and his niece never came and he was upset about her not coming and he did not have any food. I felt really bad for him ad ended up letting him tag along with me to the store. He was a bit anxious at first because his family doesn't allow him to leave without their approval because he is blind which i completely understand. After a few hours he took me up on my offer. Although i did not need any groceries it felt really good to be able to help him in his time of need and knowing that he was able to trust me that i would be sure to get him to and from the store safely. It also amazed me of how much he was able to do for himself . He knew how many stairs to go down in the apartments and even had his money set up where he was able to know which bill came next. It was amazing to know how much this man increased his other senses to still overcome his disability.'

Think of the person who was most meaningful to you growing up. What made them special to you?

'A person who is still most meaningful to me is my great grandmother Anabel. She was an amazing women and showed me the meaning of love, strength and motivation. With being a single mother of 11 kids still managed to work and go to school to reach her goals of becoming a nurse. She means so much to me because even now that she has passed her morals and her motivation lives with me because she never gave up on her dreams no matter what'

Please share one or two memories that you had with that person.

'Growing up in North America my great grandmother Anabel knew nothing about the United States but always dreamed of coming here to the US. With having Arthritis, onset diabetes, and lung cancer she took the steps to learn about the US to take her citizenship test. For years she would call me everyday and ask me random questions about the government, the presidents which i thought was so funny because the whole time i was teaching her, i was also learning new things myself. She always told me before she hung up the phone, " you're gonna thank me when you pass that test" even when i did not have a test but it kept me laughing and happy. She passed her test and ended up moving to the US!

Another memory of us is when i came home from school and we spent time together . She always wanted to eat sugar cookies but she called them biscuits and drink hot coco. So everyday i would rush my homework and go downstairs to her house where we would sit on the porch feeding the birds, eating sugar biscuits , drinking coco and painting each others nails. Even with her arthritis she would try her best t paint my nails and although polish ended up all over my fingers and hands i loved them!'

How can I help create a supportive and positive work experience for you?

'I can help to create a supportive and positive work experience for you by bringing a fun, positive and memorable experience to all of the clients that will allow them to enjoy when their caregiver is coming. It will bring up their spirits knowing that someone who is skillful and caring is there to help assist and meet all of their needs.'

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