Rural/Metro Jobs & Careers in San Diego, CA

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3 days ago

EMT Basic – new

Rural/Metro San Diego, CA

Responds to emergency and non-emergency requests, provides Basic Life Support (BLS) as needed, and transports sick or injured persons to the…

30+ days ago

Registered Nurse - Pacific

Rural/Metro San Diego, CA

**This position is for a Pacific Ambulance Registered Nurse in San Diego County, CA.** Functioning within the Registered Nurse scope of practice, as…

30+ days ago

Fleet Technician II

Rural/Metro San Diego, CA

Essential Functions: Maintenance • Follows strict schedules of maintenance. • Performs the required maintenance schedules in a timely manner… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Payroll Coordinator

Rural/Metro San Diego, CA

Essential Functions: Payroll • Process high volume payroll on a bi-weekly basis. • Enter payroll data into Net Scheduler using typing and 10-key… Glassdoor

6 days ago


Rural/Metro San Diego, CA

Essential Functions: Operational Objectives • Receive and prioritizes all… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Fleet Technician Lead

Rural/Metro San Diego, CA

Essential Functions: Management • Assigns work to fleet technicians from daily work orders. • Provides necessary instruction and guidance to fleet… Glassdoor

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Michael P. DiMino
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    Highly dissatisfied with this company.

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    Current Employee - Paramedic  in  San Diego, CA
    Current Employee - Paramedic in San Diego, CA

    I have been working at Rural/Metro full-time for more than 10 years


    If you are looking for experience in EMS, you can get it here. If you want to get run into the ground to support a private investment group/'s motto of "care to cash," this is a place for it.


    I have watched R/M go from at least pretending to care about their employees, their overall clinical performance, and trying to provide a mediocre level of service to only pretending to care about their employees and going for the very last cent they possibly can squeeze out of the business. There aren't many 10+ yr employees here because there are no opportunities to advance, and the pace they demand simply breaks the backs (and souls) of those in the streets.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    We aren't units of production in an ambulance! The broken, over-milegae rigs out on the road are representative of your values: going for broke to make an extra 10% a year. We don't work this hard because of you or your ridiculous mottoes, but because we are trying to serve our communities. The policies you break your employees over are the same ones your managers break at their will.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO