I'm doing it in person. If you're on the interviewing board, you'll probably find I'm the only Texan there. It looks like a great agency and with retirements like that, it sounds like a great place to be. Do you work there currently?I hope you do well. They are having a lot of retirements in the last couple of years. Are you doing it in person or online?
She isn't wrong. I just don't want to work 24s or be a basic for a year at ATCEMS or longer so I can practice at an okay scope (I live in Austin). I made a list of agencies to apply at if I couldn't get hired at a few select agencies around here where I would tolerate 24s. I wanted somewhere that worked shifts not as long as 24s, with a pension, good pay, and top of the line equipment. Hennepin was just at the top of the list.I had a phone interview and was invited out, but declined. My wife decided that the practice that was courting her, while nice, was in a part of the country that was too damn cold. A bit disappointing, I like what they're doing there.
Nah, they're on the list though. After HCMC, it's a toss up if I apply at SCEMS or DG in Denver.You didn't look at Sussex County DE?
I like regularlity in schedule. It's why I don't want to do 24s. Everything else sounds great.2 12 hour days and 2 12 hour nights? With 4 off? And copious PTO? Nothing sucks about that. Different strokes though. I still miss it every day.
Do you enjoy it? I used to work around the Denver Metro. Y'all still using the Fernos?We do 4 10hr shifts a week at Denver Health ("DG"). A shift "pick" last 4 months and then another round of shift picks before the next 4 month block begins, all seniority based (time with the division). Earliest start times are 0500 and the latest start time is 2130.
Because I don't agree with working in a grant funded position and I don't want to work 24s.
I love it. Great place to work and I truly enjoy it.Do you enjoy it? I used to work around the Denver Metro. Y'all still using the Fernos?
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I remember the first time I said Pram in Louisiana after leaving Colorado.I love it. Great place to work and I truly enjoy it.
Yep still got the good ol' prams. Supposedly we are upgrading our ambulance fleet (including the stretchers but I haven't heard any updates about that in about 6 months.