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Tell me about a time when you had to go above and beyond the call of duty in order to get a job done.
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Very critical patient, ex-lap earlier that day with a whole bunch of weird in there. Probably cancer, we took biopsies. We werent an overnight clinic and owners didnt want to transfer, and doctor didnt want him to go home. Came in after hours to check in.
On Boxing day working in the retail industry it was incredibly fast paced and the team really had pull together in order to make it through the day.
The company decided to dedicate a month to feline health awareness. I took the opportunity to create an educational presentation for our clients and their guests.
Work after hour and cut lunch time where possible.
Once someone asked me to tidy up on of the back rooms in a clinic. I cleaned the room pretty much from top to bottom. I had mainly been asked to clean the floor and get rid of any excess pet hair and I swept and mopped the floors and wiped and re-organized shelves.
July 4th 2014 every single person was out of the station looking for the survivors of a huge boating accident where there were several fatalities and I had to stand an 12 hour communications watch as opposed to a 3 hour watch.
I always go above and beyond. There has never really been a "bell" in my 40 years of work experience You do what needs to be done.
When my supervisor was on vacation for almost 2 weeks, she put me in charge to run our small credit union branch, I had to figure out how to order money, and do every job that she did weekly.
Woking at least 4 hours later than scheduled.
I worked harder then 2 hours.