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Baby Banker

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I work at Children's of Alabama.  I was the Blood Bank supervisor for 28 years.  Then I lost my mind and went to another hospital.  I hated it there and came back to CoA,  I now manage the computer system that I installed as supervisor (SafeTrace).  I love my job.  I am at a supervisor level, but I have no direct reports.  I'm learning all the time, and nobody else knows how to do what I do.


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On ‎7‎/‎25‎/‎2016 at 0:13 PM, Baby Banker said:

nobody else knows how to do what I do.


That's the best kind of job security.

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