*Master ATS*

Applied: 

10/14/2019 8:23 PM

10/17/2019 9:04 PM

Last Action: 

Phone: 

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Email: 

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Source: 

Indeed

Location: 

Beaverton

Recent Job Title: 

Project Manager

Recent Employer: 

Artech Information Systems LLC - I work as a contractor for Intel Corporation

First Reference:

Cindy Snider - redacted

Manager - Recycling Company - Known for 5 year(s)

Second Reference:

Eric Dawson - redacted

Real Estate Broker - Known for year(s)

Third Reference:

Wendy Burns - redacted

Manager at the Water District - Known for 2 year(s)

Emergency Contact: 

Alec Massaad - 'Son' - redacted

Available Start Date: 

10/19/2019

Availability:

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Regarding Availability: 

'8 a.m. - Start (on Weekends) - 10 a.m. - End (on Weekdays and Weekends)'

Applicant's Story

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

'The purpose of my work'

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

'I feel it'

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

'I would like to be a caregiver because I believe I can truly help another human being who is in need. And when I say that I can help another person in need, I don't just mean by doing tactical things such as picking up groceries or helping make a meal. I am truly interested in making connections with other people to help lift their spirits, make them feel that they're not alone in this world, and that they can truly rely on me to help them both functionally and 'spiritually.' I put 100% into everything that I do and I want to use the time and energy I've got to make a difference in someone's life.
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Tell me of a time when you were there for someone who really needed you.

'My 87-year-old mother-in-law was living in Florida by herself and it was getting to the point where she could not take care of herself. She had osteoarthritis very bad and was in horrible pain every day. I encouraged my husband to bring her to Oregon so that she could live with us. It was quite challenging at first, I must say, as a person who had not been a caretaker before, however, I learned to adjust my wants, needs, my schedule, and everything to ensure she was in a safe place and had the comfort of her family so that she did not have to go into a nursing home. It turned out to be a very rewarding situation and I felt very happy that she was able to adjust to living in Oregon and in our home.'

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

'I would say that my father has been the most meaningful and influential person in my life. As a professor at the University of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio, for 35+ years, he always inspired my three sisters and me to do our best and to push ourselves to challenges ourselves to greatness. He has given me invaluable advice over the years. I think what made him so special to me was that he overcame a great deal of adversity growing up in the Depression, was able to put himself through school and obtain a PhD, and had a thriving career for many, many years. He was never greedy or selfish and always wanted us to see that money doesn't necessarily make a person happy, it's security and family that are foremost in importance.'

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

'I have many fond memories of growing up with my Dad - he was always working tirelessly in the yard and at our house when he wasn't teaching. He was extremely adept at building things and did many side projects, such as building picnic tables and selling them back in the day, which was a long time before Craigslist ever existed! I think one of my fondest memories was when he helped me build a log cabin for a project that I was working on for school (Little House in the Prairie). He was very patient and taught me how to cut objects with his saw ... and how to use safety glasses and take great care while working with machinery. I think a lot of my abilities and fine motor skills were based on the fact that I inherited his genes and that he helped teach me things when I was growing up.'

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

'I think having a mentor I can reach out to in times of need for support - with open communication - will create a supportive and positive work experience. Sometimes just being able to reach out via text or phone call for a short chat or to answer a question can go a long way. I believe training will also be super important to cover any areas in which I have questions. I am very much a note taker and love to document items so that I can refer back to my notes in time of need.'

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