During 2011-12, I was able to take many courses towards my continuing education.
Regional Supervisor, Data Collection (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 21 April 2014
Multi-site coordination leading the workforce to stringent Turnaround Times (TATs) in data submissions. Approximately 660,000 visits per year were collected including inpatient, outpatient and some clinic information. Human resources and administrative challenges with large workforce. Project management skills for reporting new visits. Leading audit process to improve quality of data and improve patient care. Most enjoyable part is talking one-on-one with the coding specialists. Engaging and promoting continuing education with staff
Service Worker (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 11 August 2017
As a service worker your job is repetitive. You stock the same shelves day in and day out. Yet it is reward because of the people that you come across. It is the patients that say hello or it is you that they need you to say hello. It is the daily contact that makes everyday rewarding.
Director (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 4 August 2017
Provincial Director responsible for business support and development for Environmental and Linen Services. The role required close relationship management with the Vice President and an array of senior leadership teams including the Chief Executive Officer. I contributed to the build and development of strategies for the portfolio including the management of provincial initiatives
As stated below generally satisfied with current position- but would like to expand my scope of practice
Registered Nurse (part-time) (Current Employee) – Emergency Department Foothills medical center – 31 July 2017
Generally satisfied with my work life and current position. There are times when it can be frustrating to work In The ER due to patient volume, lack of beds, lack of staff resulting in the inability to provide care that each patient deserves.
A life long learning environment
Inability to provide care that each individual patient deserves on a consistent basis
Clerk IV (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 18 July 2017
The company had great pay and benefits. Management varied from caring and helpful to absent. You have to ability to move up if you work hard. I got to experience many locations with my position and morale was always pretty high which really makes the workplace pleasant.
Nurse Assistant (Current Employee) – Sheldon Chumir M Hemodialysis Centre – 14 July 2017
fast pace type of job on day shifts but very fulfilling, a lot to learn, Management is awesome, very welcoming environment. Some new things to learn is the hardest part but I enjoy learning all the new tasks.
Unit Clerk (Former Employee) – Grande Prairie, AB – 5 July 2017
Stressful place to work. I found that it can be a lot like a high school with cliques and gossip, lots of linear oppression. I didn't have the backbone for it, really good learning experience though. Long hours, but good wages.
Nursing Attendant (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 13 June 2017
Typical day at work is working with your colleague for the benefits of the client. I learned more about behavioural changes of the client. Management are very supportive to their staff. Working in the multi-cultural unit, is the way to build a team and unite for the goals of taking care of our client/patient. Hardest part of the job is when a client/patient passed away. Most enjoyable part of the job is by the end of the shift and giving report to your colleague.