Pros: compensation and ease of executing tasks
Cons: lots of miles to travel, horrible communication, disorganization with work schedules/proper documentation
I am so surprised how disorganized this company operates consider that the company deals with very sensitive, confidential information. I was a field technician and found the job to be quite easy to carryout and easy to execute the various tasks involved. The clients that I worked with did NOT speak highly of ECS and it is obvious why that is an issue.
First, you have to report to a field tech coordinator based in Arizona four times a day and out of the 7 DIFFERENT coordinators I was assigned to within 4 months, only one was actually helpful and knowledgeable of rules, regulations, etc. Honestly, it was shocking. How in the world can you stay on top of things and have good communication with clients if you report to a NEW field tech coordinator about every week who has no clue what is going on?
Secondly, the company would have me report to job sites with no medical records to retrieve THEN have you come back the next day. How can this happen? Completely unacceptable ESPECIALLY when the job site is 100 plus miles away.
Overall, ECS pays very well, but it is not worth the confusion, bad communication and countless miles you have to travel.
There is also no guarantee you will have work during the time period you are hired either.