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Think of a day when you had many things to do. How did you schedule your time?
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Multitasking I'm great at.
Not a problem at all, the busier I am the better I tend to do.
Yes. I am used to working in a fast paced environment. In my current job, we have over 70 dogs that need to be let out in to the play yards, have their kennels cleaned and be fed, all while being supervised in the yards in a short amount of time.
In my last job, I was the head nurse, so in that position I was often required to complete a lot of administrative duties, as well as customer service, surgical nursing and general care to the animals in our hospital kennel areas. I believe I will be able to do this.
Yes. I can perform multiple tasks at the same time. However, the animals of course will still be my first priority.
Yes, I have been responsible for taking care of many animals in my life while being in school and having a job or other rsponsibilities.
Yes. I will prioritize what needs to be done, and get it done with the best possible results in the alotted time. If I feel an animal might be compromised, I will ask for help.
With a good team a lot can be accomplished.
Yes I will be. I multitask very well, especially in high-stress situations. I am always looking for the most efficient way to complete tasks both in a clinic setting and in everyday activities.
In my previous roll, there were many aspects and many functions that needed my attention. I have experience with tackling many tasks, and I enjoy keeping on my toes than sitting behind a computer all day. A varied roll keeps the mind stimulated.