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Air Evac Lifeteam Employer Reviews

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Great place to work
Flight Paramedic (Current Employee), Greenville, MSJuly 3, 2014
Very demanding and rewarding job that requires on-going education.
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Great company to work with
O'Fallon Mgmt (Current Employee), O'Fallon, MOMay 16, 2014
Great people to work with, especially knowing that Air Evac saves peoples lives
A lot of gaps within planning processes.
Many changes in short period of times.
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Good pay and plenty of work to keep you busy.
Aircraft Structural Repair Supervisor (Former Employee), West Plains, MOJanuary 22, 2014
Pros: plenty of work. good benefits
Cons: so much work it was hard to receive any training
Great schedule and plenty of overtime if you desired it. Rewarded hard work.
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Love the crews
Undisclosed (Former Employee), TexasJanuary 14, 2014
Pros: the people
Cons: management
Great place to work. Good people. Great mission. Management has no clue.
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Productive and fun work place.
Flight Paramedic/Base Clinical Lead (Current Employee), Demopolis, ALDecember 21, 2013
Pros: payed for travel.
Cons: long work hours.
Great Job! Learned a lot! The pay should have been a little better.
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Productive, fun work enviorment.
General Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), West Plains, MONovember 26, 2013
Pros: lunch discounts
Cons: short breaks, no advancement
Mangement was very understanding to schedule change. Co workers were pleasent to work with.
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Stayed busy most shifts. Great co-workers and job satisfaction.
Emergency Dispatcher (Former Employee), West Plains, MOOctober 7, 2013
Pros: looked forward to going to work and stayed busy.
Cons: was paying rent in one state and a house payment in another.
I enjoyed going to work and we were so busy, time flew. Enjoyed my co-workers and managers. Dispatching emergency vehicles and helping to save lives provided great job satisfaction. Gained extensive medical knowledge.
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company growing at a fast rate
EMS Base Supervisor Pilot (Former Employee), Mineral Wells, TXAugust 28, 2013
Pros: seven and seven work schedule
Cons: lack of good management at our level
Standard EMS operation doing about 35-40 flights per month.
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Enjoyable experience
Maint Records Coordinator (Current Employee), O`Fallon MissouriJuly 24, 2013
Pros: time off, employees, challenging, growth
Cons: long shifts ? or nights? liked both so, your decision
This company seems to really care about thier workforce. They also, will respect your wishes to move around and advance in the company. I worked night shift and it became like a family in the control center.

This job was tough to learn but after about 5-6 months it started to become easier and became relatively enjoyable if you liked who you were working – more... with.

You basically input flight logs from pilots and change parts on helicopters when they are down for maintenence. (very basic description) 12 hour shifts 7 days on 7 days off is incredible. – less
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Not just a job.....
MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR (Former Employee), Chatsworth, GAJuly 18, 2013
Pros: challenging while serving a great need in the community
Cons: company decreased compensation across the board in 2012
I enjoyed working with Air Evac Lifeteam for many reasons.

A typical day at work would include and early start and a well planned day.

I learned the importance role air ambulances play in patient health.

Co-workers were always willing to provide me with different ideas.

The hardest part of the job was having a day with low or no revenue.

The most – more... enjoyable part of the job was the satisfaction of knowing you helped someone. – less
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Awesome Company
RN-Flight Nurse (Current Employee), Middlesboro, KYJuly 10, 2013
Cons: benefits are not good
This is a wonderful company to work for, would recommend to anyone!
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great place to work
Purchasing Manager (Former Employee), West Plains, MOApril 28, 2013
Pros: free lunches and good training
Cons: located in small towns
They managment is trying to stay in touch with the employees and they had great profit share.
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Great chance to meet new people and see different cultures
Independent Sales Representative (Current Employee), Farmington, MOMarch 16, 2013
Pros: gas and automobile exspense are paid for.
Cons: long drives occasionally
I am an independent sales representative so my tipical day at work would be to go from door to door cold calling, setup at different store fronts and advertise and sell, or give a company presentation. I have learned that different people need to be approached in different ways and that harrasing and bugging people about what you are selling is not – more... the answer. I have also learned that giving up will get you no where in life and to get some where you have to set a goal and work toward it without failure. The management is very professional and friendly, everything is very well organized and other co workers are friendly. The hardest part of the job is simply just trying to figure out how to approach someone without pressuring them and making them feel uncomfortable. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting to meet new people everyday and hearing different stories. – less
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Excellent Employer
Communications Specialist (Former Employee), West Plains, MOFebruary 12, 2013
Pros: too many to list, honestly
Cons: none that come to mind
There was not a single day during my sadly brief temporary employment with Air Evac Lifeteam that I can ever recall being upset about going to work. The staff is great, open-hearted and compassionate about their job, and the training is excellent, perfectly paced for everyone to learn at a healthy pace. The job was very rewarding, with everyday bringing – more... something new to the table, and a staff united through excellent teamwork and communication ready to tackle it head-on. The hardest part was trying to stay awake sometimes, but the company certainly helped by having hot-coffee ready for us practically 24/7. – less
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There is a reason they have so many repeated openings...
pilot (Former Employee), MissouriOctober 29, 2012
Pros: pretty paint job
Cons: 206's
Their so called training program was more like hazing. Very rudimentary and poorly manged. The ground school was good, but flight training was unbelievable. A 16 hour day? One of my three graders that day was also an instructor.
Their business model works, however, all of their accidents go back to a gutless 40 year old design that has tail rotor issues. – more... Then, you back to their training. They scare you with accident reviews of their aircraft, but did not really go deep on how to fix it. It is a way to get hours for younger guys I guess. Not recommended. – less
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Not what you think
Flight Nurse (Current Employee), Forrest City, AROctober 2, 2012
Pros: training and excitement
Cons: time consuming, significant travel
If you live near the base its fine. The majority of the talent drives an hour or two to get to work.
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Excellent flying opportunity with the right medical team. The wrong med team will ruin your job.
Base Pilot Supervisor (Former Employee), AlabamaSeptember 25, 2012
I enjoyed the EMS flying and a couple of the Med team. Some of the egos could not fit in the aircraft, however.
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Good family balance and a Company that puts patient care first
Sales Manager (Current Employee), central TexasSeptember 22, 2012
Pros: good family value
Cons: low pay
Very good company to work for. I feel like part of a team or part of a family.

The only think they could improve on is the pay structure.

Pay is at the bottom of industry standards, They don't pay expenses like they should leaving the employee to pay for many things just to get the job done.

Over all good
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job satisfaction, always a different situation and location, good work team
Area Maintenance (Former Employee), East Liverpool, OHJuly 10, 2012
Pros: company truck
Cons: sometimes multipy overnight stays away
Reveiwing work load for the week, scheduling MX on an as needed basis.
Dealing with different personalities, working issues around the weather, multitasking is a must.
Co-workers work as a team and one organized group, work well together to accomplish common goal.
traveling to 10 different bases to perform inspections or tend to need of others was the – more... most challenging, not enough time in the day.
Working with different people and at different place is always enjoyable and breaks up a work week. – less
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fun job
Clinical Lead - Flight Paramedic (Former Employee), St. Louis, MOJuly 3, 2012
Pros: taking care of patients, flying
Cons: long shifts
Great people to work with. The ac were a little less than desirable but got the job done.

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