I have worn many hats in my work career (s). The most recent is commercial driver; I have a CDL B with airbrake, passenger endorsements.
I've also worked as a data entry operator/keypunch/transcriber for over 15 years and absolutely love to sit behind a computer and type for a full shift.
I also have a medical background; HM3 (Hospital Corpsman) in the U. S. Naval Reserves/discharged honorably 1985. I completed my first year of nursing but never went back due to personal reasons. I've worked as a Patient Care Technician in a Dialysis Center; a phlebotomist in a Plasma Donation Center; a nurse's assistant in nursing homes. I was also a Licensed/Certified Massage Therapist for over 20 years and retired from that in 2015.
I loaded my truck, flat bed with attached forklift, in the morning. Secured my load with straps then delivered U-boxes to customers. Also, helped out in warehouse.
Assisted donor onto plasmapheresis machine; monitored him/her while on bed; discontinued session.
Drove special needs students from home to school and back
drove students K-12 to school, sports, field trips
Seasonal yearly position. I assisted in enrolling new and old clients into an insurance, health, life, etc.
Transcribed an itemized list of household contents onto an Excel spreadsheet or into Propick. Coded and priced
these items and split the files to the appropriate adjusters..
* Transcribed both audio files and paper files.
Carney Hospital, Dorchester, MA
Prepared machine; took vitals of each patient prior to treatment/monitored them throughout their treatment; Took patient off machine, making sure blood clotted before they left for home. Updated their chart before ending my shift.
Emergency Medical Technician
American Medical Response, Brockton and Easton, MA