I have been working at Superior Ambulance full-time (More than a year)
Overtime when needed, laid back at times, able to go on your personal phone on downtown. Easy to communicate with co workers.
Supervisors don't care about you or your personal schedule, no disciplinary actions taken when absolutely needed. Very understaffed at all times.
Advice to Management
Work with your employees more, raise the pay for the amount of work we actually do.
I applied in-person. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Superior Ambulance in April 2017.
First was a skills test - approx 2 hours long. After 3 days I was invited to take a behavior assessment. The following week I was invited for an interview. The interview was about 45 mins long and covered questions on why I want to work for Norcomm to how I deal with stress and situations common in the job field. The following week I was called and offered a position. All in all from applying online to being offered the job was about 4 weeks.
Post offer - drug screening, eye and hearing tests and background check.
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