US Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Instrument Technician Reviews
1% would recommend to a friend
(9 total reviews)
1% approve of CEO
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Updated Oct 1, 2023
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- 5.0Jan 7, 2019Medical Instrument TechFormer Employee, more than 8 yearsMountain Home, TN
Benefits and AFGE Union support once you’ve been working fir 12 months
Bad Supervisors are not dealt with by administration.1
- 4.0Mar 7, 2022Medical Instrument TechnicianCurrent EmployeeCleveland, OH
M-F shift not usually available when providing medical services.
Weak management, no true measure of effectiveness.
- 4.0Jan 31, 2022Medical Instrument TechnicianCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsRichmond, VA
Job security Helping out vets Access to other government jobs Nice place to retired
Poor communication Other departments are slow to help
- 4.0Aug 24, 2018Medical Instrument TechnicianFormer Employee, more than 8 yearsLoma Linda, CA
Stable and personally rewarding job. Great management that cares about their employees. Excellent team concept to work under.
Not enough room for personal and professional growth.US Department of Veterans Affairs Response6y
Thank you for sharing this review, and for the 8+ years you spent serving our Veterans at VA. We're grateful for dedicated employees like you who support our cause.
- 4.0Jun 26, 2017Medical Instrument TechnicianCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearHouston, TX
You actually do get to provide excellent care to veteran's and there is a lot of job satisfaction in that.
Red Tape and Bureaucracy can keep you from advancing, even if you know the right people.US Department of Veterans Affairs Response7y
I hope we get to the point we do not have to convince people that VA provides great care. The news does not always do us justice at times and people like you make the difference. That is also why I believe only those with passion for Veterans should apply, or even stay. You are appreciated. ICARE DS
- 4.0Oct 3, 2012Medical Instrument TechnicianFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsTampa, FL
A positive benefit program compared to other employers.
It was difficult to find promotion opportunity.
- 3.0Oct 1, 2023Medical Instrument TechnicianFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsTemple, TX
good pay, holidays, benefits, quite a bit of freedom
management is horrible, alot of favoritism , they dont like change, things get swept under the rug.
- 2.0Jun 20, 2022Medical Instrument TechnicianCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearAtlanta, GA
Job security and good benefits.
Poor leadership on all levels. Extremely high work loads. Very high turnover throughout all departments. No work life balance. No structure or set policies or procedures. Employees are undervalued.