Professional Resume of Kathrine Pryadko
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Location: Rocklin, CA, USA
School: California State University, Sacramento
Field of Study: Health Science- Occupational Safety and Health

Professional Resume of Kathrine Pryadko

Kathrine Pryadko

Seeking a position where I can invest my skills, experience and passion in your company.
 Sierra College: Prerequisites for Associate in Science.
 American River College: Prerequisites for Associates in Science.
 California State University, Sacramento: Bachelor’s of Science Degree- Health Science with a concentration in Occupational Safety and Health.
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Dignity Health Medical Foundation Internship (8/18- 12/18)
 Responsibilities include: conducting research and forming presentation material, participating in training sessions, conducting employee health work, data analysis and record keeping.
 Conducted research and formed a presentation on topics including human trafficking, workplace violence, active shooter awareness, and Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG).
 Participated in Workplace Violence and Active Shooter Awareness Training.
 Conducted employee health work, such as: ensuring preventive services such as immunizations, medical screening tests, and fit testing had been completed by a specific time period.
 Carried out proper record keeping and electronic filing.
 Completed and received FEMA certification on National Mitigation and Disaster Recover Framework as well as Active Shooter.
 Became familiar with reading and assessing Safety Data Sheets (SDS).

Personal Care Assistant (1/12- Present):
 Responsibilities include: coordinating care, ensuring safe mobility techniques, administering medications, assisting with ambulation/transfers/showers/toileting and guiding physical therapy exercises.
 Provided care for an individual with dementia and congestive heart failure: assessed mobility, assisted with ambulation and transfers, helped with feeding, dressing, toileting, showering, and transporting to, and translating during appointments.
 Provide care for an elderly couple, who suffer from severe arthritis and dementia: guided physical therapy exercises after they were in a motor vehicle collision, assisted with ambulation, transfers, showering, and toileting, coordinated and transported to appointments, maintained property/ home cleanliness, and ensured the home environment is as safe as possible for both individuals.

Chipotle Mexican Grill (4/15- 1/17):
 Practiced safe food handling techniques.
 Listened attentively to each customer to make sure they got exactly what they like on their entree.
 Provided friendly, quality customer service to each customer as well as exhibited a cheerful and helpful attitude.
 Had the ability to adapt to changing customer volume levels with a sense of urgency.
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Cell Group Leader (9/18-Present)
 Host group weekly during the 3-month session in order to facilitate meaningful discussion, encourage, lead and pray with group members.
 Enlist leaders by identifying potential new leaders within my group.
 Contact new people who sign up for my group within 24 hours to welcome them and provide them with meeting dates, location, and what to bring.
 Communicate important group updates in an effective and timely manner.

Children’s Church Ministry (5/18-Present)
 Register and check in children for Sunday school each Sunday at the check-in desk in the foyer.
 Aide visitors to the proper location of classrooms.
 Provide dependable, safe, secure, and nurturing care to children.
 Nursery Volunteer responsibilities include: proper hand washing techniques, friendly greeting upon the arrival of parents and children, encouraging safe play, providing age appropriate care, ensure each child is signed in and has a name tag on their back upon arrival, administering first aide, and alert parents to inconsolable children.

UC Davis Volunteer (11/13-9/14):
 Aided patients with daily activities such as: eating, hygiene, exercise, getting dressed.
 Greeted visitors and guided them to appropriate rooms.
 Transported patients to their waiting vehicles, pharmacy, or outdoor patio.
 Cleaned the patients’ rooms.
 Translated for patients/ their family members whose primary language was not English.
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 Languages: English, Ukrainian & Russian
 FEMA certification in Active Shooter, National Disaster Recovery Framework, and National Mitigation Framework

References available upon request

Occupational Safety and Health, Environmental