I am 17 years old currently at studding health and social care level 3. I am hard working, punctual, a good time keeper, honest, polite and good at listening. Another thing I exceed in is team work, I am good at contributing in groups, as I did extra curriculum activities such as netball which allowed me to work well as a team to achieve greater accomplishments. I am a very hands on person which will make me reliable person who will be always looking to pick up extra shifts, and making the company an even better success. I see myself as someone who doesn’t give up in difficult situations.
Picture it: the friendly resident assistant helping her resident when she has a tough problem. Maybe the resident is locked out of her dorm, or is having roommate struggles, or even just has general stress with school work. I would like to be that resident assistant helping that girl, and I feel that I could fill this potential position. Working as a Resident Assistant has many benefits and potential positive outcomes. Some of these include the ability to meet new people as well as getting to know them better, being a mentor to residents, and learning from the people you are mentoring or meeting.
I am grateful to experience what it is like to have an extraordinary employer. Not many people can say they had the chance to work for someone who is not only a strong leader, but an exceptional mentor. I had the pleasure of working as a Residential Assistance for Mr. Joseph at Florida Memorial University for a year, and I could not have asked for a better experience. His dedication and passion for the students at Florida Memorial University was refreshing and uplifting. In Residential Life, our main focus was the residence’s housing experience; however, Mr. Joseph sincerely cared about each student’s wellbeing and success.
1. Please describe any personal characteristics which you possess that make you qualified to be a Resident Assistant. What skills do you possess and what experiences have you had that might enhance your candidacy for the Resident Assistant position? a. As an individual, I find myself to be very accountable. Finding excuses to explain mistakes, in either personal or group work, reduces confidence in one’s abilities.
Good Morning, I am reaching you because I am really interested in applying to be a Resident Assistant. Unfortunately, I missed the interest session because I thought all the process regarding the application was going to be in the spring semester. I wonder is there is any way I can still apply. I would love to be part of the team and do anything I can to be part of it. Please let me know.
I served two years as a residential advisor responsible for overseeing both on-campus and off-campus apartments during the summer and academic year. My training and staff meetings focused on teaching, organization, and program-development. Working with staff and peers has enhanced my teamwork and critical-thinking abilities. Being responsible for my residents has also improved my communication, counseling, and crisis management skills. The listed hours include training during the year and four and a half weeks of full-time summer training.
I’m a person that is constantly doing something. Whether it’s marching band or working at Kumon, nothing satisfies me more than getting things done. I’ve been this way for as long as I can remember. To me, I can’t will myself to be stuck doing nothing unless I’m sleeping or eating- it just isn’t possible. Although it’s a trait that some may not admire, it’s something I appreciate in the plethora of my personality traits.
Residential Support Workers: Their Importance in Health Service Delivery Residential support workers constitute a workforce that plays a vital role in the quality, care, and health delivery of millions of people across the globe. They effectively represent those who do the most essential job functions when it comes to human service organizations, especially among developmentally differently-abled population, individuals with learning difficulties, day treatment programs, nursing homes, as well as state institutions. Yet, their recognition remains largely muted; their pay remains stagnant; and they often suffer from stigma due to the fact that the problem of disability and individuals with disability have not received the type of respect and attention that they ought to have had. At some point in their lives, every individual needs assistance and care regardless of how rich, educated, powerful, and healthy one may be.
1.1 Who are we? Caring Hands Residential Living is a unique social service institution providing assisted living solutions for senior adults. Caring Hands is solemnly dedicated to providing quality care to San Diego senior citizens who require or are desirous of availing an assisted living facility. Caring Hands is located in an ideal and a moderate climatic environs and vibrant community of San Diego, California. Seniors residents experience pleasant and congenial conditions which is a confluence of coastal and inland valley climates.
I’m a girl, trying to succeed in life. Feeling like I am two different people when I’m at home and at school. Everyone has strengths and weakness. My greatest strengths are that I’m very open-minded, that I have hope for anything with that being said I’m a handwork to make to the goal possible. My weaknesses are my fears, being impatient, being too sensitive, and a fear to not succeed.