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Mary Lanese

Mary Lanese

Sales Associate

Macy's

Pittsburgh, PA

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Macy's

Sales Associate

My responsibility in textiles is to greet & assist every customer for the purpose of selling fine merchandise while providing the best possible value allowed. I process payments on accounts at the register & I process credit applications as requested. I search our extensive inventory for products that the customer is seeking that we may not have on the selling floor, but still may be able to deliver to the customer's address as requested. I accept returns to the store and re-stock as indicated, or I "damage out" the item as a loss if it is unsuitable for re-sale. I create visual displays of merchandise as instructed by my manager. I stock our shelves as needed to maintain a fully stocked department.
At times, I also float throughout the store, working in different departments to keep a full sales staff on the department floor.

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Michael Anthony Lanese Painting, Roofing & Home Repair

Assistant painting

My main responsibility is to assist the owner with various jobs as they come in. I create map routes to new locations for jobs. I maintain the supply list/s for each individual job, often comparison shopping to determine the best value for the customer. I prepare the job site as needed & keep all tools within sight, securing them away after the job is completed. I specialize in exterior/interior painting and cleaning.

Career

Milestone Staffing Inc.

LPN Supplemental Staffing

I would receive assignments as they were offered by Milestone Staffing recruiters. Often, I was able to make "month at a time" scheduling with Kane Regional Hospitals from the recruiters. Visiting different facilities as relief nursing, my responsibility was for the safety and health of the residents. I would obtain report on the resident's medical status, changes or new order/s. I would count off the various medications with the departing nurse and take possession of the med-cart keys. I would assign jobs for the staff nursing assistants & assist/supervise as needed. I would pass medications according to state regulations and physician's order & document as such. I would perform treatments for residents as ordered & document results. If there are changes in a resident's condition, I would notify the appropriate person/s & document as such. I would chart everything performed on my shift and pass along the resident condition and report at end of shift to the next nurse coming on. I would collect lab specimens & prepare them for testing. Obtain test results and report findings. I would teach a resident/patient on how to perform a treatment that could be self-applied & document progress. I would prepare a resident/ patient for discharge and review follow-up appointments & assist the resident/family member with the adjustments necessary for their coming home.

Career medium 05
Career
Career medium 05

Interim Healthcare

Pediatric LPN

As a PRN nurse for this company, I had the extraordinary pleasure of working for a few truly awe inspiring organizations. My position initially was as a one-on-one nurse for a remarkable 3 year old. This child was born with anomalies that required him to need splints, a g-tube with constant feeding, a tracheostomy and the apparatus & treatments needed to maintain a patent airway while this child attends HeadStart Program at Penn Hebron Elementary. His school year was an entire year, which I completed. I was then offered the position of LPN Floater for the Pittsburgh Public Schools. My territory was all schools in the North Side area as well as Downtown Pittsburgh, the Hill District and finally Oakland. There were approximately 20+ different schools I attended in a school year within those neighborhoods. I received my schedule from the appointed person within the Pittsburgh Board of Education a month at a time where I rotated to different schools weekly. I had to visit up to 3 different schools daily to monitor student's diabetic blood sugar levels at mealtime in order to maintain proper diabetic care. This often involved patient education along with close involvement with the student's parent and physician. Strict documentation was performed and information was shared as needed with staff nursing as well as administration and teachers. During the holiday time off from schools, I would work as a relief nurse at Goodwill Industries Pittsburgh Headquarters previously located on Carson street in the South Side. I would cover for the regular nurse during her holiday time off. I would assess and treat the clients of Goodwill Industries. The clients were disabled or MH/MR requiring special attention and assessment skills necessary for maintaining optimum health and wellness. I would assist the clients during their mealtimes, performing various functions in order for the clients to eat as independently and safely as possible.

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CCAC North

ICD-9/CPT-4 Coding program, Certified

Port Charlotte Vocational-Technical School

Nursing Program, LIcensed Practical Nursing