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CV, Registered Nurse in West Indies seeks new opportunities worldwide

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 10520

List top 5 skills: care/support, medical nurse, registered nurse, surgical nurse
Short Bio:

I am a continuously developing registered nurse with a passion for providing care and support services. I have been a registered nurse practicing in Trinidad and Tobago for the pass three years and with prior experience in support/care in the United Kingdom. I am internationally trained with a high degree of standards and work ethic. I am also interested in furthering my studies and I would like to find employment to facilitate this.

Current location: 

Trinidad and Tobago - View on map

Nationality: 

Trinidad and Tobago Citizen

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Medical and Nursing

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Anguilla, Australia, Bahamas, The, Barbados, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Dubai, Grenada, Japan, Montserrat, new zealand, North America, qatar, Reunion (FR), saudi arabia, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States



Work Experience:

REGISTERED NURSE – SAN FERNANDO GENERAL HOSPITAL

31st August 2011 to present

As a first year newly registered nurse I worked on a medical ward attending to adult patients with various medical problems. In November of 2012 our hospital embarked upon a trial project to assist the overflow of medical adult patients being admitted. I was selected to assist in the running of unit, after three months, the project and I continued to develop new strategies to alleviate the problem in the management of patients until a bed was made available. As of today I am running the unit with assistance from the Patient Care Coordinator (Junior Matron). I was asked to be a volunteer nurse for a labor day parade for a Union. I am also a prospective BSc in Nursing Student at the University of the West Indies for the September term of 2013.

SUPPORT WORKER – INDIVIDUAL CARE SERVICES, BIRMINGHAM UK

September 2004 to January 2007

My duration as a support worker was a most influential one. That is why I became a nurse. I worked with adults with learning disabilities. I assisted them with daily and independent living. I also taught them how to budget, cook and arrange social activities with their peers. Most of my clients had epilepsy as well as some form of emotional problems. Working with them allowed me to truly empathize with their unique situations.

SCHOOL OF NURSING – SAN FERNANDO, PALMS CLUB, TRINIDAD WI

Certificate in Nursing

SOUTH BIRMINGHAM COLLEGE – UK

BTEC Diploma in Care