Earl Craddock - Lead Teacher Resume Simple
To obtain a position as a clinical research coordinator in a progressive organization where I can utilize my skills and experience to help the company meet the goals of the organization.
  • management, communication, assessment, leadership
  • trauma, assessment, patient, cardiac, vital signs, documenting, medical, cpr
  • 2017-12-262017-12-26

    Lead Teacher

    Door Dash

    • Leadership: Provided assessment and management of the crisis intervention program. Developed and implemented a plan of care and communication.
    • Ensuring that the resident needs are met and in accordance with the policies and procedures. This includes but is not limited to: The following: bathing, dressing, grooming, feeding, toileting, and personal hygiene
    • Creating and implementing a plan of care, and the development of lesson plans.... I was able to teach students how to use the art equipment and the use of adaptive equipment.
    • In-depth knowledge of the theory and practice of the course of the curriculum. In addition, I have been able to work in the classroom.
    • Served as a resource for the staff and the general public. Developed and implemented a curriculum for the program.
    • Maintain records of student progress, grades, and other activities. Record and communicate results. Prepare and submit reports.
  • 2017-12-262017-12-26

    Emergency Medical Technician


    • Performed CPR, defibrillation, cardio version, pacing, and assessment of patient condition. Cardiac arrest, bleeding control, shock, vital signs, and oxygen saturation.
    • Assist paramedics with trauma care, including but not limited to: Obtaining vital signs, administering oxygen, and assisting in minor emergency procedures.
    • Documenting all medical information in the electronic medical record. (i.M.P.T., EMS, incident reports, emergency response, etc.
    • Administers medications via PO, injection or IV; perform endotracheal intubation; defibrillation; cardioversion. Performs emergency diagnostic procedures, such as oxygen, intravenous lines, and medication.
    • Treating patients with life threatening conditions such as respiratory distress, seizures, behavioral emergencies, environmental emergencies, and psychological crisis.
    • Performing endotracheal intubation, administering oxygen, and providing airway management. (i.P. 12 lead EKG), and perform endotracheal intubations.