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11-Mar-2018 01:33

The most enjoyment for me was meeting new people, however most were not interested in company product. just needed to watch out for other employees gossip...otherwise it was a great work experience! If you love helicopters and are very confident in your work and skills..would be a great job for you...Hardest part of job was selling a product that no one wanted. Awesome equipment and aggressive treatment protocols. Leading industry in air ambulance service provider.Every base develops a unique culture and you should be prepared to adapt quickly to changes.I have spent three years working for Air Evac Lifeteam. With that being said, it is one of the most disorganized companies to work for.Many aren't even allowed to use their PTO while managers are constantly on vacations that they lie about.Managers won't let long term dedicated employees advance because they are afraid to let someone smarter than they are move up in the company.

Typically a 7 day on shift of 12 hours followed by 7 days off. Night Vision Goggles and glass cockpit along with a dual axis auto pilot make the flying very easy and fun. Then the company was sold to a huge corporate company. Setting up weekend events and sales pitches for company products.Most of these were on weekends Good company but does not provide sales personal any assistance for selling their products.Cool place to work, good mission etc, but high turnover and too many mid-level and upper management. Upper management likes to say things and make promises, but then when the rubber meets the road they forget about you and promises are broken. Lots of autonomy and benefits above average, medical insurance has excellent coverage.84 hours a pay period for med crew, plenty of opportunity for overtime if wanted.

Typically a 7 day on shift of 12 hours followed by 7 days off. Night Vision Goggles and glass cockpit along with a dual axis auto pilot make the flying very easy and fun. Then the company was sold to a huge corporate company.

Setting up weekend events and sales pitches for company products.

Most of these were on weekends Good company but does not provide sales personal any assistance for selling their products.

Cool place to work, good mission etc, but high turnover and too many mid-level and upper management. Upper management likes to say things and make promises, but then when the rubber meets the road they forget about you and promises are broken. Lots of autonomy and benefits above average, medical insurance has excellent coverage.

84 hours a pay period for med crew, plenty of opportunity for overtime if wanted.

Advanced skills as a critical care medical and learned a great deal because of the training that is available. Definitely a company that puts safety first and listens to feedback from the employees. We are given the tools and training we need to be successful in our missions. Each base has a different personality, Each base has a different schedule, but for most of the bases you will basically work 4 days one week (every other day) and then have a week off.