Welfare worker Career Objective and Career Summary

Career Objective and Career Summary for Welfare worker


Career Objective:

To secure the position of “welfare worker” in your organization where I can advocate and deliver my caring attitude and dedicated approach towards the wellness of the individuals, thereby keeping up the fame of the organization.

Career Summary:

- B.Sc. Environmental Sciences with 3 year experience as ‘welfare worker’
- Sound knowledge of the various social health programmes.
- Ability to empathize and provide service to the needy sections of the society.
- Ability to identify, recognize and counsel the betrayed individuals and guide them with a proper channel in life.
- Exceptional ability and aptitude to get adjusted to the surroundings and circumstances to extend a helping hand being a part of the downtrodden group.
- Experience of handling and resolving, marital issues, orphaned children, sexual abuse and rape victim girls and ill-treated poor children.
- Experience of visiting slums and counselling them regarding hygiene, sanitation and nutritional requirements.
- Experience of identifying, gathering and providing shelter to the old aged and the shelterless.
- Good knowledge of computers with ability to keep up the record of the number of victims and generating a graphical grid for the annual senses and analyses purposes.
- Excellent communication and inter-personal skills.
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  • Welfare worker Career Objective and Career Summary -Teena Bhatia (06/13/14)
  • Career Objective:

    To secure a Welfare worker position that would allow me to use my professional social intervention expertise in serving the under-privilege people.

    Career Summary:

    • 3 years work experience in the field of social community services after completion of BBA.
    • Planned, designed and executed several strategies to assist the clients as per their conditions and problems.
    • Conducted more than 100 events in last one year aimed to create social awareness among people.
    • Met more than 1000 young individuals in last one year and conducted one on one counseling sessions to assess and solve their mental problems.
    • Expertise in collecting and analyzing data information and then developing reports for various welfare related programs and projects.
    • Coordinated with the welfare centers and communities to help the old people.

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