Fabulous team of people in the ER
The work culture and people here are really amazing. My team's management is honestly the best management I've ever had. I feel supported yet challenged every day. The team have high expectations, which makes sense given the minimal room for error in an emergency setting, but my coworkers have always supported me, taught me, and answered questions. I never feel like I'm working alone when I'm in the ER. Once you're part of the team, you're family. The hardest part of the job is interfacing with people who are upset or angry, which happens often in a stressful setting like the ER. I feel like that will happen in most ERs though. It's also difficult to get coverage for shifts, in part because we're understaffed because the position isn't very competitive salary wise. Still, there's flexibility from the management about scheduling.
Fabulous benefits, great people, team environment, supportive management, doing important work, benefits with part time position, lots of holiday stuff/treats/events
Food on campus is expensive & mediocre, salary is not very competitive, some organizational politics come into play, there can be a high learning curve when just starting out