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Flight Paramedic

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    Awful place to work for A& P Technicians

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    Former Employee - A&P Technician  in  Englewood, CO
    Former Employee - A&P Technician in Englewood, CO

    I worked at Air Methods full-time for more than 3 years


    It's a large monopolistic company so job security is good and they have locations all over the country.


    A&P Technicians are treated like second class citizens. They are at the bottom of the totem pole so all the inefficiencies and incompetent management means they are the ones who pay the price.

    Pay is not good considering the responsibility and abuse Aircraft Tech's must carry.

    All other employees, pilots, medical personnel, management, those who work at corporate headquarters basically treat the Technicians as their personal assistants, turning to them whenever they are too lazy or incompetent to do their own job. You will basically be everybody's "boy".

    It's a large corporation with lots of lawyers unrelentingly seeing to it that Pilots & Mechanics have all liability shifted to them. Management is also very good at having certain expectations "on the record" but then really wanting something else under the table. I saw collusion amongst management to cover up infractions while I worked there.

    They will not hesitate to throw good people under the bus or screw them over for petty reasons.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Have some integrity. Don't be spiteful and petty. Quit treating A&P Technicians like the lowest employee that works for the company. Improve maintenance systems. There is no shared knowledge or collective experience base. A new A&P who can be hired with as little as 2 years prior experience is basically on their own to reinvent the wheel since those above him more often then not are clueless and don't want to be "bothered". Try getting out of "crisis management" mode and be truly intelligently proactive. Oh and here's a big one; Try turning to your A&P staff out in the field for ideas, feedback and input instead of having the mentality that they are mostly lazy stupid laborers. Some of them are actually pretty smart folks, even though they work for you.

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