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Tammy Kemp


About Me


I struggled for years trying to find a "real career" doing meaningful work that I enjoyed. I have worked with databases for 15 years in various roles, and when I started using Workday, I realized that systems work is perfect for me. I love creating processes, documenting procedures, improving efficiency, troubleshooting, testing, and learning new things. I thrive on the instant gratification of solving a problem or correcting an error. Being able to dig into my work without the distractions of constant contact with other coworkers has allowed me to realize that this is something I'm good at and my brain understands.

Ideal Workplace Values

I am looking for a company that views its employees as valued assets, not just expenses. I want a supportive culture with a company that is invested in growing and developing employees. Working remotely has allowed me to create boundaries and avoid many workplace conflicts and distractions.


Pike, Earl, Douglass, Colebrookdale, Boyertown, Pennsylvania, US

Open To

Full Time Job

Work Settings


Career Interests

Data-Related WorkHuman Resources & RecruitingInformation Technology & Cybersecurity

Skills & Strengths

Neuroexceptional Talents

My attention to detail and love of processes means I am excellent at identifying and implementing process improvement and producing step-by-step process documentation for routine and critical functions.

Deep EmpathizerDetail-oriented ThinkerStrong Emotional IntelligenceMethodical Task Executor

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Inclusion Essentials


Remote workFlexible schedule


Closed Captioning1 on 1 CommunicationSend Questions in AdvanceInterviewer Experienced with NeurodiversityExtra timeEmail / Calendar OrganizationCommunication PlanWritten ChecklistsReceiving Information in AdvanceWritten InstructionsExtra Time to Process New InformationChunking Large Amounts of Contentextra time off for appointmentsUninterrupted Work TimeQuiet / Individual WorkspacesJob CoachingSupport Group for StressSupport with Self-Advocacy

Sensory Sensitivities

Phones Ringing
Office Setting
Heavy lifting
Bright, blinking, or fluorescent lights
Loud noises
Outdoors or places with strong smells
Standing for long periods
Variable temperatures
Uniforms (hard hat, hair net, etc.)