High case load which can help the shift go by quickly. However the demand from employees can be daunting. There is virtually no training to speak of but most employees are likable enough. Most of the doctors are cool though the specialists can be rather overbearing as well as some of the ER doctors, expect some micromanaging from one or two. The rest of the ER doctors are great IF you're good at your job.
The specialty departments are great to work in as it's a pretty cushy gig. However, if you are on the emergency staff be prepared to do everything but the fun stuff for the specialist patients including all the treatments. If you have the option avoid working emergency and apply for the specialty positions. Don't feel intimidated most have little experience also (techs). There are absolutely some techs that are a wealth of knowledge and experience but they are usually too busy to really teach.
As for the managers you should watch out. They run the gambit from extremely helpful and understanding to...the opposite. Though, the original owners are really fantastic to work for, things have changed a bit. You'll need to learn quickly which members of management you can place your trust in.
The pay is potentially good but that depends on how badly they need to fill the position. Be wary of them low balling you stand firm and they will pay you what you need.
The benefits are actually very good here. Probably one of the best around. They do try to take care of you and some of the fringe benefits are really quite nice of them.
Overall it could be a fantastic place to work - more...