In my 5 years with the company I was cross-trained in multiple positions to fit the company’s needs. As a Veterinary Technician, I showcased my veterinary skillset daily such as diagnostic work for hospitalization, anesthesia monitoring, and administrating medication. As a Receptionist & Client Services Associate, I performed administrative office duties such as inputting information of health records and billing into the company database all in a fast paced environment. Also, completed various office task such as phone call follow ups, ensuring proper stock of office supplies, and scheduling appointments wisely to aid in a productive work flow. As Lead Bloodwork Equipment Operator, I performed daily maintenance and technical support on
I have amassed 1200 hours of patient care experience at my first CNA job at The Elms of Cranbury. My experience at the nursing home was challenging but rewarding at the same time.. My duties there included bathing, feeding, washing, transporting, dressing, toileting, changing and dressing patients. I also had to record the amount of food they ate, how much they voided and the size and consistency of their bowel movements. I had to report any abnormalities, complaints, or medical requests to the nurse.
Veterinary Technician Description: Veterinary Technicians make sure animals are handled in a humane way, they mostly look after small-animals such as cats and dogs however, Technicians could also be involved involved with mice, rats, birds, sheep, pigs, and cattle. Other Job Titles: Veterinary Assistant, Medical Technologist, Veterinary Technologist. Estimated Salary: From 25,562-60,541 Canadian Dollars Education Level: The education level required for this job is a college or apprenticeship. Work Environment:
Surgical Tech: As a seasoned surgical technician, I provided training to 7 enlisted personnel on all aspects of the department. I work hand on hand with the general surgeon, nurses, and technicians to ensure quality of care is present at all times. I have scrubbed and circulated over 46 demanding surgical cases with zero discrepancies and zero post-operative infections, resulting in 100% customer satisfaction and promoting mission readiness. Supply PO: As the Supply PO for my department, I have been crucial for the sustainment of the hospital’s mission and delivery of quality care. I efficiently and effectively managed an OPTAR of $156,129 in support of day to day operations of the MOR.
I believe I can help mankind by being organized, non-judgemental, trustworthy, as well as a lover of animals. These skills will help me become a Veterinary Assistant so I take care of many animals. By being non-judgemental, I can help people by not passing judgement on how they care for their animals or how they judge people. Also, pet owners, known as clients, may inculcate trust in me.
At my physician office, the staff always dress and act professionally. I have been going to my physician since I was 6, I have even job shadowed my physician. I do not recall a time my physician or his staff has ever been unprofessional. They are always dressed in scrubs or business casual. As a medical assistant, you can ensure your professional appearance by a few steps: always wear scrubs
I’m looking forward to extend my love for animals to help others with their animal medical needs. My career choice of becoming a Veterinary Technician is to promote good animal health. I want to work in a career which makes me fulfilled professionally and also where there is an opportunity for advancement. This profession will give me the opportunity to provide services to the community. I understand the deep feelings that pet owners have for their pets, therefore I want to do my best to provide good medical care for their pets and help
Senior year is one of the hardest years a student will ever have. Not because the class are hard or the teachers are mean, but because this is the year where we must choose our career pathway. Whether that would be going to college or going to work right out of high school. Figuring out what I want my career to be has been the hardest choice I’ve ever had to make. There are so many options to choose from for what is right for me.
The career that I have decided I would like to have one day is as a veterinarian. I really enjoy and care for animals and love to help them. I have some pets of my own and help them when they need it. I really like science and math and think this job is perfect for me. Being a vet involves a lot of mathematics.
I have high expectations for my life, and plan on making a name out of myself, which requires my financial knowledge to be greater than many. My parents have been a crucial aspect in my life because even though they struggled in the beginning, they turned their mountain of debt and turned it into a beautiful life lesson, and they have taught me a great deal. Budgeting, managing money, and not relying on plastic is, in my opinion, key components in a financially stable environment. Difficulties tend to arise more often than we’d like, but knowing how to deal with this responsibility is a crutial.
While I am there I answer phone calls, file papers, check patients in, and clean rooms. From this job I have gained better patience and interpersonal
Overall, I could handle anything. I was a very flexible medical assistant. I thought I was the best medical assistant they had at Frisco Urgent Care and Clinics as I would get praised for my well-done work. However, I was soon to find out why I was hired and why I was there that day.
Veterinary Assistant What does it take to become a veterinary assistant? Becoming a veterinary assistant is one of the many things that I have included in my bucket list. There are several qualities one must have to become a veterinary assistant which include knowing how to handle and get along with animals, earning a high school diploma, and knowing the basics on medical terminology. First, a veterinary assistant must know how to handle and get along with animals. “A veterinarian must get along with animals and should have an interest in science.”
She also said to me “ Personally I would watch some youtube videos on what vet technicians do because not all offices are the same”. Carmen Pearson told me during our facetime interview was that I need to think about what type of animals I would like to work with. She mentioned that she would’ve loved to work in a zoo but didn’t have the right opportunity. I asked Carmen what her favorite part of being a vet tech was and she
Many people believe that being a wildlife resources officer is the easiest job in the world. But, they have no clue what actually happens throughout the day. Notably getting into this profession is exhausting; I worked extraneous hours to prove my abilities for this position. Many long nights and insufficient amounts of sleep, but I remained persistent. Today, I am acknowledged as Officer Fullington.