Clinical Nurse Instructor/Supervisor; Registered Nurse in Emergency, Critical Care, Operating Room, Community at William Osler Health System
Level: LEVEL 01 (12 mo pts: 1 pts)
Rating: 5/5 stars (8 ratings)
Lifetime points: 92 pts
Dear Recruitment Committee
Regarding a Registered Nurse position, or the like, please find attached a copy of my brief resume outlining the areas worked for your consideration.
Having worked within the healthcare industry for over ten years and my ongoing continuing education in various areas, I have developed a wide range of skills that would meet, and exceed the expectations for the role. In my previous roles as a Registered Nurse in the Community, Emergency Room, Operating Room, and in Critical Care (ICU and CCU), I have had many fulfillments and look forward to the continuation of accomplishments. Specific duties in the areas worked can be discussed further at your discretion.
I would relish the opportunity to bring this level of varied abilities and attainments to your organization. If you would like to get in touch to discuss my application and to arrange an interview, you may do so at firstname.lastname@example.org and/or (647)686-6806.
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Andrea Roberts, RN BScN
EMPLOYMENT 2013 CCAC—Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre Rapid Response Transition Nurse, Care Coordinator, Triage, Lead
2012 Rougevalley Health Systems Emergency Room, Triage, Team Leader
2007 William Osler Health System Operating Room, Resource Nurse
2007 Lakeridge Health Centre Operating Room, Post Anesthesia Care Unit, Endoscopy, Eye Centre
2000-2007 William Osler Health System Intensive Care Unit, Coronary Care Unit, Team Lead, Interim Manager
1999-2001 William Osler Health System Post Partum Care Unit, Special Care Nursery, Labour and Delivery
q 2 years Acute Cardiac Life Support, Basic Cardiac Life Support
2007 George Brown College Perioperative Room Nursing
2000 Humber College Critical Care Nursing Coronary Care Nursing I-IV
2001 Ryerson University Registered Nursing
1995 Seneca College Registered Nursing
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