Adrian Meczywor - Line Cook Resume Simple
SUMMARY
A highly motivated, creative, and results-oriented professional with a strong background in customer service, sales, and management. I am a self-starter, able to work well independently and as a team member.
SKILLS
  • organized, cooking, service, multi task
  • catheter, ekgs, monitoring, vital signs, acute care, medical
WORK EXPERIENCES
  • 2017-12-252017-12-25

    Line Cook

    Clemson University

    • I was responsible for the day to day, and in a fast paced environment. This included a friendly, helpful, and professional service.
    • I am responsible for the organization, which includes, but not limited to, building a positive attitude, and working with others.
    • Demonstrated ability to work independently and in a team environment with a high degree of accuracy and professionalism. This was a great attitude and commitment to the department.
    • Working with the team to ensure the proper use of equipment and supplies, and to provide the most effective and safe customer service.
    • Organized and maintained a high level of customer service and support for customers. Performed all duties as assigned. Worked with team members to ensure that the product was in place.
  • 2017-12-252017-12-25

    Technician

    Hgs USA LLC

    • I have worked in the Neurology department, performing phlebotomy, blood draws, EKG's, and assisting with procedures, as well as the following: Obtaining blood samples, performing EKGs, splinting, and monitoring.
    • Duties: Performed medical Assistant duties such as taking vital signs, performing EKG's, transporting patients, assisting with catheter insertions, and other tasks as assigned.
    • Transporting patients to and from the ER, operating rooms, and the emergency room. Assisting with the transport of all patients to the ED.
    • I have worked in the ER, ICU, labor and delivery, and nursery units. Duties included but were not limited to: Heart monitors, stroke patients, and chest tubes.
    • Trained in the use of new and existing equipment and procedures for the department of emergency care. This includes but not limited to: ER, ICU, NICU, and SICU.

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