Fast pace work place. Awesome people to work with.
Equipment Distribution Technician (Former Employee) – 1650 Grand Concourse Bronx, New York – May 4, 2017
A typical day at work can be pretty fast paced. I come in review all emails sent to me since my previous shift. See if i have to order anything for any new patients or have a piece of equipment picked up. If there was anything that was fixed i bought the equipment to the hospital floor it was needed on. Doing daily rounds was the most important part of my shift because that is when i collected all the information i needed to put n the idesk database. Recording my observations after rounding were complete so we can keep track of where all equipment was being kept and if they were still in use by the patient. Close attention to time, inventory and minor details is very important. My time at this job i learned better time management skills, improved on multitasking skills, how to work with xcel on the computer, ordering and shipping out to FedEx and other vendors and that there is no such thing as a detail being too small everything in the hospital is very important. Management was good to me. My director is a very understanding, patient, motivational and assertive. Working there i came across many different cultures. Things i don't typically think about on a day to day basis. For example sometimes going into a patients room they they sometimes prefer a woman or a man due to their culture. The hardest part of my job was learning how to keep up with everything in a fast pace. After i was there for a couple weeks after my training the fast pace became the most enjoyable part of my job.