Care Assistant Resume No Experience

Updated on June 13, 2019

Position Overview

Care assistants usually work in a hospital setting where they are responsible for assisting the doctors and the nursing staff with providing the best patient care.

They work under the supervision of a charge nurse and are expected to report any changes in patients’ conditions and for any work that they may not be able to perform themselves.

 

 

Care assistants are required to possess some medical background or interest so that they can work in a healthcare environment efficiently.

The following is a sample resume for a care assistant with no experience in hand applying for a first job.

 

 

 

 

Care Assistant Resume No Experience

 

Jenny Loveland
10 Creek Dr, Cape May, NJ 88899
(000) 985-8564
jenny@email.com


CARE ASSISTANT
Active team player with the ability to work on own initiative

CAREER OBJECTIVE
Compassionate Care Assistant, seeking a position utilizing knowledge of providing the best support services to the residents and patients.

KEY STRENGTHS
• 3+ months of volunteer experience as a personal care aide
• Positive attitude and enthusiasm for continuous patient care
• Strong desire to enrich the life of someone
• Basic computer knowledge. Skilled in Microsoft Windows applications

EDUCATION

High School Diploma
Cape May High School, Cape May, NJ – 2018

CERTIFICATION & TRAINING
First Aid & BLS Certified

Nurse Aide training

LICENSURE
Current Drivers’ License in good standing

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
• Well versed in providing personal care and hygiene service; such as bedpan using, bathing, mouth care, ambulation, eating, dressing and shaving
• Adept at running errands and taking appointments
• Special talent for assisting patients with mobility issues

WORK EXPERIENCE

Volunteer Personal Care Attendant
Comfort Keepers – Cape May, NJ | Jan 2019 – Mar 2019

• Assisted clients with activities of daily living such as bathing, oral care, skin care, shampoo, dressing/undressing, help to the bathroom or to use commode, bedpan, or urinal.
• Helped with transfer activities, and ambulation
• Supported in prescribed exercises
• Prepared nutritious meals
• Performed household services

OTHER STRENGTHS
• Sound medical knowledge
• Excellent manners and communication skills
• Exceptional ability to stay calm in adverse situations
• Self-motivated and highly organized
• Strong interpersonal skills

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