*Master ATS*

Applied: 

2/8/2019 12:59 AM

5/1/2019 10:11 PM

Last Action: 

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Email: 

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Source: 

Indeed

Location: 

portland

Recent Job Title: 

CNA

Recent Employer: 

Prestige Care

First Reference:

Bethany Snguan - redacted

Caregiver - Known for 2 year(s)

Second Reference:

Sophia Thomas - redacted

CNA - Known for 4 year(s)

Third Reference:

Anastasia Smith - redacted

CNA - Known for 4 year(s)

Emergency Contact: 

Andrea Brandvold - 'mother' - redacted

Available Start Date: 

2/9/2019

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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? 

'I feel it'

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

'I'm a caregiver because I love to make a positive impact on people. I enjoy putting a smile on my residents faces and to hear them tell their family that I'm a wonderful caregiver to them . I'm striving to become a RN with specialties in geriatrics and acute care. I want to study how the body changes with age and how we care for them when bad things happen.'

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

'There was a time when I was working at Prestige Care and Rehabilitation as a CNA1, this resident off mine was acting really different. She had brain surgery and outbursts weren't uncommon for her, but I noticed that she was really acting different. She was drinking a lot of water, she was sweating and asked me to stay with her. I took her BP and it was so high I called out for the nurse who sent her to the hospital immediately. The nurse thanked me for keeping a good eye on her because she was having a stroke. I felt phenomenal for being able to help my resident through something so scary and got her the help she needed in time. '

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

'The most meaningful person to me to this day is my grandfather. He is a WW2 vet, one of the last ones. He's 95 and still kicking. '

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

'I grew up with my grand parents but something that is really memorable to me was when I was about 12 there was an accident in the back of my grandpas pasture. The neighbor guy was mowing his own pasture on his huge mower, and I guess he hadn't expected his mower to tip on the hill but I heard him calling for help. I ran down the pasture to find him underneath his tractor in a bunch of blackberry vines. I ran to my grandpa and told him what happened. My grandpa was about 85 then and he ran down the pasture to see that the man needed help from 911 and instructed me to use the landline and call them. When they got there and helped the neighbor my grandpa patted me on the head and said I did a great job and helped save the mans life. That was when I knew I wanted to help people. '

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

'Being able to speak out about something I feel like is wrong, is really important to me. Not being chastised for something that is out of my control is the support I would want.'

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