Regional Business Director (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – March 15, 2017
A lot of change going on and are very interesting times. There is a lot of future opportunity in the organization and industry. The industry dynamics of healthcare will be a long term determining factor.
Fun workplace with a very involved leadership team!
Communications Specialist (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – February 21, 2017
Very fast paced job with a very meaningful purpose, but can be very stressful at times and is not right for everyone. Management is great to work with and for. They are very involved with day to day operations and very concerned and accommodating for each staff member! Definitely the best work experience of my life!
Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Omaha,NE – February 19, 2017
If you start this position you will be on over-nights and on call 3-4 days a month. They're constantly short-staffed and the management has no idea what is going on. They will put you on a desk even if you're not properly trained on it. If you have a family, be prepared for long working hours, weekends and holidays. You're not allowed to request holidays off. If your partner calls out, you will be picking up the slack.
Flight crew (Former Employee) – Texas, New Mexico, Florida – January 27, 2017
They will close a base with no notice and give you a two weeks to find another job or you're terminated. They have no investment in human capital, it's just open a base, close a base. So, don't sign a lease, or buy a house, just get some experience and move on. They shortened the PTO and sick time accrual to almost nothing, no raises for years, the bases had no air conditioning, or heat, the roofs leak. Employees were paying for beds to sleep because no one would buy them beds. Worked in Texas, New Mexico, & Florida. Not all bases are the same in crew quarters, but the company is the same.
I may be a little jaded because I was subject to a base closure and could not relocate, but it is my opinion that this is a great job without any job security. Even a busy base will close if it means the bottom line is better for the shareholders. Excellent training and great schedule though.
Great training and calls for service
No job security, be prepared to close with less than 1 hours notice
Government manager (Former Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – December 15, 2016
The lack of training, interdepartmental communication, negative overworked environment is evident the minute you walk in the door. They use "tactics" to keep employees happy but overall is not a stable, well adjusted place to work. You are a star pupil if you can brown nose & work 12 hour days. Management is "encouraged" to put in extra time on nights & weekends, otherwise you can't get your job done. They are quick to let people go if they don't see immediate improvement but don't give any training on how to get the job done.
dispatcher (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – December 11, 2016
This is the perfect job for a workaholic who is looking to make a decent living. There is no pay differential for day vs night shift, and it is 12 hour shifts, rotating sun, wed, thurs,,, then mon, tues, fri, sat, every other week.
Communication Specialist (Former Employee) – Omaha ne – August 3, 2016
Great employees, I have not worked their in over a year, although when I was there the only part I did not like was the hours. That is something you will deal with in any medical field for the most part though.
Helicopter Ambulance Pilot (Former Employee) – Clarksdale, MS – July 27, 2016
Stressful missions but good support from co-workers. Highly scrutinized and regulated industries; medicine and aviation. The most enjoyable part of the job was the interaction of the crew members. The hardest part was keeping track of continuous changes in paperwork and procedures.
Production Planner (Former Employee) – Englewood, CO – June 5, 2016
My typical day consisted of maintaining product bills of material, planning future work orders and purchase order. I learned many things in relation to modifying medical helicopters and GPS systems. Management was very flexible in order to plan and schedule production based on customer orders. The hardest part of the position was to develop a production plan based on labor and machine capacities. The most enjoyable part of my position was dealing with very skilled employees that were able to define processes that I might have been unfamiliar with.
An absolutely outstanding company to work for. Excellent culture among the flight crews, pilots and management. Cutting edge education and training with many opportunities for additional continuing education. Can't think of anything to complain about with this company.
DATA INTEGRITY SPECIALIST (Current Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – May 12, 2016
This company does not promote awards, advancement or leave room to improve your work/life. The training was brief and done via Instant Messenger. The Management was strict but did not have resources to back up the work that was being enforced.