*Master ATS*

Applied: 

10/26/2019 12:51 AM

11/1/2019 5:52 PM

Last Action: 

Phone: 

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Email: 

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Source: 

Indeed

Location: 

Tigard

Recent Job Title: 

Behavioral Technician

Recent Employer: 

CARD

Regarding Background: 

'N/A'

First Reference:

Crystal Garcia - redacted

The YES House - Known for 4 year(s)

Second Reference:

Nicole Lane - redacted

The YES House - Known for 4 year(s)

Third Reference:

Hannah Aldrich - redacted

The YES House - Known for 4 year(s)

Emergency Contact: 

Betty Glidden - 'Mother' - redacted

Available Start Date: 

10/25/2019

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Regarding Availability: 

'8:00 AM - 6:00 PM'

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 care a lot about people's well-being, both physically and mentally, hence why I am currently working on my bachelors of psychology. It is rewarding to see the outcome or positive attitude you can share with others and see how that can change other's life in a positive way. I love to hear people's stories, goals, and passion and I feel as a caregiver or any job within the field allows for me to here those things along with work towards helping them achieve them. '

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

'While working at a rehab center this was an everyday occurrence. Being there for individuals and actually caring about their well-being is something they really need. Often when going through recovery from drugs and alcohol rehabilitation people go through depression, confusion, and self-identity conflicts. Being there to help work through those problems and just support them in anyway you can feels so rewarding. Most times this looked like being a lending ear, practice new skills with individuals, combine new skills such as coping skills, anger-management, and so on with the everyday life duties, and just show them activities that they might enjoy but have never tried. '

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

'My big sister was super meaningful to me while growing up because she was there for me every step of the way. Every problem I had, school, friends, or even family problems she was there for. I could always trust her and talk to her. She was open-minded, calm, and patient with me. '

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

'Before we found out my father was bi-polar there were a couple events that occurred that were super tragic. One of those events was a day we both had school, but she had gone home early that day because her class grade got out early. While she was home my father overdosed. I remember my aunt picking me up from school early and taking me to her house. When we got there my sister was there and caught me up with what was going on. We were there for each other for the recovery steps for both my dad and our family as a whole. That memory with her will forever be a memory for me. '

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

'Having strong communication skills is a must. I need everything to be communicated to me in order for me to strive, feel supported, and to fix issues I might be causing. Open communication allows us to work on an even head ground and allows us to better grow our work relationship.'

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