Personal Support Worker (Former Employee) – Midland, ON – 18 March 2018
I love doing PSW work and helping seniors, I was working with a private client at the same time I was working for Red Cross. I had told them from the beginning how many hours I could devote to Red Cross. Each week I was given more and more until I reached a point that I had to quit because I was not willing to compromise my private client.
Volunteer activities and community (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 13 March 2018
working with the red cross was one of the best that every happen to me. having the feeling that you are help someone somewhere in this world as the thing i get up in the morning for. i was also happy going to work because all the people i was working is very awesome.
Babysitting (Former Employee) – Stoney Creek, ON – 20 November 2017
I would love to be able to help out and be apart of this toy sale because I looking for something good to do and help out with the community and come together. I’m a very mature 14 year old who will help out with everything and support people!! I would do my job and help out everyone then when my job is done I come home and relax and get ready for the next day.
Volunteer Work (Former Employee) – Ilfov – 10 November 2017
Being a volunteer for almost 10 years gave me the opportunity to interview people to understand the nature of their problems and decipher psychological, mental and physical requirements. Doing casework daily and assessing people's files in order for them to receive help from the organizations. Was a lot of field work and seeing so many people with problems it was not always easy to grasp. The best part of the job was that you know you can provide help and you will find a way to make this happen. The workplace was mainly in Romania.
Helping people in need. Being proactive. Building relations.
Disaster Management Responder (Former Employee) – Belleville, ON – 20 October 2017
Whall my time at the red Cross was short it was a blast being a pdat or Personal disaster management responder had me feeling like what I did matters, seeing the look in someone's eyes when they see that you CAN help them and there not alone makes your heart jump with joy
Babysitting/Petsitting (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 September 2017
mainly babysitting children under the age of 10. A lot of responsibility for watching more than one child at a time. Changing diapers and making meals/snacks and watching pets. Main petsitting job was for a family with two large dogs with a lot of energy. They were a big responsibility but easy to handle when I understood how to handle them.
First Aid Assistant (Former Employee) – PH – 28 August 2017
i got my red cross license in the philippines and im very happy to get it so i can save many lives especially in emergency situation so i can perform first aid and cpr for emergency and call paramedic in time to time,
Program Support Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 June 2017
The IFRC does great humanitarian work. The culture is one of cooperation and fosters learning and engagement. A typical day at work is spent working liaising with other Red Cross societies and working on various projects.
Demolition Labourer (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 4 June 2017
had a lots of experience in demolition remove strucko main duties are break drywalls doors windows kitchen cabinets remove copper hardwood from floor cleanup vermico from cellars work safety required all the time facemask steel toes and danger tape across the area we cover for work inspection of asbestos etcetra....