MEMS Careers and Employment
- Company size51 to 200
- IndustryEnergy, Mining & Utilities
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EMT-B in Little Rock, AR
on February 12, 2020
As the saying goes, expect to be overworked, underpaid, and under appreciated. Coworkers are amazing but management isn’t great the higher up you go. Dispatchers make more than EMTs working on the street do. The call volume is very busy with only having slower, better days every now and then. I love my job but the lack of pay is resulting in burnout.
AEMT in Little Rock, AR
on January 5, 2021
At MEMS they say the cornerstones of their company are respect and trust. I received neither in the short time I worked there. I came to the company with the benefit of several years of work experience in EMS, but I was still treated with discourtesy and contempt by middle management. My training environment was made hostile by a former MEMS dispatcher who was orienting for field work in my orientation class. By my second week as a third rider, I found that those training me along with my former classmate had made me the subject of water-cooler gossip that had made it's way around through the training supervisors and mid-level management. In short, I was given a bad reputation in the eyes of people who had not yet even met me. No matter what I did or how positive of an attitude I displayed, I found that I could not overcome the unprofessional hostility of these people. I do not feel that I was given an opportunity to succeed or extended the professional courtesy you would expect from such an organization. This was quite a turn for me as I was initially very excited to work for this company and had the intent of staying with them for quite some time. Far from respecting my professional experience, it seemed more and more like that was the very thing which caused their hostility. The brief time I was with MEMS was a thoroughly unpleasant experience where my honest enthusiasm for work I truly enjoyed was turned into a demeaning and confidence crushing ordeal.
EMT-B in Little Rock, AR
on October 27, 2020
The job is hard but it's worth it. No one comes into EMS for the pay. Luckily MEMS has great benefits and the pay is great. As a 10 year employee I can't imagine going anywhere else.
EMT in Little Rock, AR
on June 23, 2020
With good partners and work conditions life is okay. They do not keep up their safety precautions on all vehicles, just the ones they want to.
Since they have became bigger they are too big for their britches. They cater to the millenials, which is not right. They cater to the lazy paramedics which is not right. They do not follow the same protocols for everyone. There is a reason they cannot keep people and they are always hiring and it isn't just because people use them as a stepping stool to higher paying jobs. Their pay sucks for EMS. When attending their paramedic school one comes out burnt out and not wanting to do their jobs and feel under appreciated, except for the people who spend more time brown nosing than those who spend their time working hard.
Dispatcher in Little Rock, AR
on June 11, 2020
I was fired bc I had to have my gallbladder out I am now a day outta surgery and will never work for them or tell someone they should look for an opportunity there bc with how open I was during my ER visits for the pain and the necessity to get the tests I needed to decide if I needed the surgery they fired me on the spot absolutely no care for their employees and no flexibility’ for something that could’ve been an emergency surgery
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