Mission: To give more tomorrows by extending the reach of critical care access to anyone, anywhere, across the nation.
I worked at Air Methods full-time (More than 5 years)
Was with the company for 5 years but all the real growth has been the last year.
Some flexibility with schedules as remote work is allowed sometimes.
Learning environment- the senior director will always take time to provide coaching and resources.
If you are coming in as leadership training is minimal because they expect you to be a self starter, need to reach out to fellow members of leadership rather than expect them to have a book telling you everything you need to know.
There is a disconnect between corporate leadership and leadership directly in control of production.
Don't expect a lot of live work balance, it was not uncommon for me to keep working till 2 AM from home to keep up with the workload.
TOO MANY MEETINGS- and then a follow up meeting about how there are too many meetings.
Advice to Management
Watch out for toxic people coming into the organization.
I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Air Methods (Englewood, CO) in January 2017.
An initial positive experience quickly turned sour. Process took months (months!) for a role that they were supposedly eager to hire for. I initially applied back in November 2016 and did the final round interview in January 2017. Corporate recruiter did a complete 180 on me. She was initially super responsive and quick to get back to me and moved me forward to the next step in the process. I understand you cannot possibly reach out to every rejected candidate, but as a final round interviewer who spent several hours doing multiple phone and on-site interviews with the entire team, it is common courtesy to let the candidate know of a decision one way or another. When I followed up I received radio silence and then I tried one more time in which she told me they are still waiting on a decision. This to me is extremely misleading and speaks volumes about the organization if they still cannot make a decision a month later. My final interview was a month ago so I think it is safe to say it's time to cut the cord. This whole experience speaks volumes about the organization and is a poor reflection of the candidate experience and the overall employment brand. Ironic thing is that this was a role to join the HR department so if this is how they treat a potential team member, I am extremely wary of how they treat other groups. Proceed with caution! Based on what I'm seeing about the Talent Acquisition interview below, it sounds like someone also went through a similar experience. Definitely advising my industry friends to stay away.