*Master ATS*

Applied: 

12/18/2018 4:06 AM

5/24/2019 7:14 PM

Last Action: 

Phone: 

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Email: 

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Source: 

Indeed

Location: 

97219

Recent Job Title: 

Seasonal Beauty Advisor

Recent Employer: 

Ulta Beauty

First Reference:

Adam Drinkwater - redacted

Medical Supply Manager - Known for 10 year(s)

Second Reference:

Jill Carlson - redacted

Ulta Beauty General Manager - Known for 0 year(s)

Third Reference:

Jennifer Westfall - redacted

Medical Technologist - Known for 24 year(s)

Emergency Contact: 

Cindy Taylor - 'Mother' - redacted

Available Start Date: 

1/11/2019

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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? 

'The people I work with tell me'

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

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There is something I find enjoyable about trying new things that are still familiar practices I’ve already become well versed in. Becoming a caregiver is popular amongst friends I’ve had and I believe I have a unique appreciation of healthcare and my own established knowledge required for caregiving. I’d hope to be immaculate and clean while maintaining a comforting presence for anybody under my care. The talents I’m proud to add to the equation sets me apart as someone who can support and understand people while entertaining their needs and personal views. Experience in traumatic situations has trained me to act quickly and responsibly in stressful situations, even knowing when to leave a situation for my own safety or practicing my patience and calm under pressure. I’m curious how I will feel about working in a caregivers shoes because the medical industry is something I am considering for my education and career choice in the future.'

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

'My mother had surgery a few years ago and I was spending my time ensuring her survival and well being through the whole event, leading up to the surgery and during her recovery. It was I alone who waited in the waiting room for several hours before she was ready to go home. It was a routine surgery however I know how serious surgery truly is and that the surgeons try their best to keep everyone calm. I find calm in knowing the absolute truth, that the risk is there, and to prepare for the worst is wisest. Not forgetting to expect the best to guide yourself through and finding a middle ground of faith.'

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

'When I was born, my grandfather was already ill with a cancerous disease. As one of the patients that stood in court to support the legalization of “Death with Dignity for The Terminally Ill” I consider him highly honorable and someone I still to this day try to comprehend. He was gracious and fun and though I only knew him a short while, I know I possess similar traits that I believe give me a little extra glow within my personality. He enjoyed photography and had a great singing voice. My grandfather was a remarkably artistic and charismatic person and his legacy lives on with the family he created in this world.
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Please share one or two memories that you had with that person.

'My favorite two memories with my grandfather were seeing his smile and how his eyes would light up some days even though on other days he was in pain. I’m grateful that he taught me more about living than anyone by fighting such a serious disease in front of me and telling me the honest truths about death. As scary as that seems I now find it comforting that humans can educate one another in a way that makes us feel less lonely in that matter. On a lighter note, very literally, my grandpa used to turn on his clapping sensory light by yelling at it because it never sensed a clap properly. '

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

'For me, I’d like to work with patients that are not taking highly toxic chemical medications unless I can be provided with proper protection such as masks and gloves and coverings etc. I am alright with administration of medication as long as I can do so in a safe way for my own health and the patients. The cleaning of bodily fluids is a task that should be done with proper protection for everyone’s safety and I hope that is something practiced very safely as well. Thankfully I have health coverage already to keep myself healthy too. Other than that I’m fairly comfortable with all other tasks especially housekeeping, cleaning, errands, and daily living. I enjoy cheering people up with my cheery outlook, I like to sing, dance, read out loud, play chess, give advice about healthy habits, draw, go for walks and keep things organized. There’s room for growth in any person and I’m open to feedback all the time about my work. '

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