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Working at Randolph County Ambulance District — Reviews by Employees

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3.2Rating Details
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Pay4
Respect2
Benefits4
Job Security4
Work/Life Balance4
Career Growth3
Location3
Co-Workers4
Work Environment2

From moberly mo. — 03/08/2007

as a long time employee, the boss here is mad at the drop of a hat.he gives the supervisor very little respect and thinks he is the only only one who can do anything right.he openly has stated many times emt's are .50 a dozen. he's a poor medic and hardly ever goes on a call.funny, he always has skills required for relicensure! we have a secretary that takes vacation more than she works,or so it seems.her dress in the office is more suited for a after hours party.she sure gets away with lots of stuff. could she have something on someone? makes me wonder if the medic who wrote all those terrfic things has ever worked here!
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4.4Rating Details
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Pay5
Respect5
Benefits5
Job Security5
Work/Life Balance5
Career Growth3
Location3
Co-Workers5
Work Environment5

From Moberly, MO — 02/19/2007

I work for the best organization in the world. For paramedics, our pay is higher than the national average. Our work schedule is perfect- we work 24 hours on shift, then three days off shift. Our quarters are really nice, with a large common room and big screen flat tv. We even have a workout room. We have a dive team, too. Getting your SCUBA cert is paid for by the district. Our boss is easy-going and likes to sit on complaints before acting on them, giving people time to cool off. Our uniforms are decent, with two sets of paramedic pants and three shirts issued annually. We don't pay anything for our health benefits, and pay minimally for our dependents' benefits. Our continuing paramedic education is paid for by the district. We also do our own automobile extrication, with classes provided to maintain proficiency. We have almost no turnover. Our ambulance district is the greatest ever.
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