East of England Ambulance Service Trust
Happiness score is 57 out of 100
2.2 out of 5 stars.
Get weekly updates, new jobs, and reviews

East of England Ambulance Service Trust Careers and Employment

Work happiness

Scores based on about 12 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
Do people feel happy at work most of the time?
Do people feel their work has a clear sense of purpose?
Can people generally avoid feeling stressed at work?

About the company

  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Healthcare
  • Link
    East of England Ambulance Service Trust website
Learn more

Jobs

Browse jobs by category

Medical Technician

33 jobs

Salaries

Salary estimated from 1.5K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 47 reviews and is evolving.

1.3020181.9120192.2220202.1720213.402022

Reviews

Emergency Call Handler in Hellesdon
on 20 May 2022
Stressful, fast-paced but challenging and fulfilling.
The role was complicated but an enjoyment to learn about and progress in. You have to pass various assessments and mentoring before you know you're actually a call handler but once you're through all of these barriers and a lot of hard work, you'll really enjoy taking the calls and being challenged as an employee to do your best. The stressful environment got gradually worse over my time here and eventually caused me to leave because it affecting my mental and physical health but if you are someone who is completely un-phased by being constantly neck-deep in stacking calls & stress over a 12 hour period then you'll be a perfect fit. The salary never felt good enough for what and the amount of work you are doing but its better than most jobs.
Paramedic in Essex
on 14 April 2022
Little opportunity for development
Culture and environment is dependant on your area - Mine was one of the better ones, though even at that it is sometimes clique-ey and gossipy , however on the whole most staff are wonderful people who genuinely love the job.Some managers are great, others seem to go out of their way to make life difficult just to remind you who's in charge. Their excuse as a trust for not offering development opportunities for staff is 'we're busy'... We're always busy!More people would stay if they offered more development opportunities. The NQP program is a link to a word document.
Urgent call handler in Bedfordshire
on 22 March 2022
Fast paced Job for life
Good about can be very stressful. Work with lots of different people. Shift work 12 hour shifts. Great people to work with. Uniform supplied when signed contract and passed assessments.
Student Paramedic / Paramedic in Essex
on 6 March 2022
I worked here because I had to
Unless you can access student finance or self-fund a para degree, there's not many other options to gain HCPC registration other than to try to get on a direct entry SAP programme.Otherwise, the job itself and most of the colleagues is great. The management and their apathy towards mental health (even in 2022) is awful.I wouldn't recommend anyone works here but if you want to work on front line DSAs properly, what other choice do you have?Never regret leaving.
Emergency Care Assistant in Norwich
on 2 February 2022
Enjoyed it, good management.
Good communication and Good management. Part of a team. Enjoyed working there. The staff were all friendly and helpful. Training was given well.

What would you say about your employer?

Help fellow jobseekers by sharing your unique experience.

Questions and answers

People have asked 21 questions about working at East of England Ambulance Service Trust. See the answers, explore popular topics and discover unique insights from East of England Ambulance Service Trust employees.

See questions about:

  • Interviews
  • CEO
  • Working Environment
  • Working Hours
  • Background Check
  • Benefits
  • Company Future
  • Dress Code
  • Hiring Process
  • Working Culture
  • Work from Home

Interview insights

Insights from 81 Indeed users who have interviewed with East of England Ambulance Service Trust within the last 5 years.

Average experience
Interview is average
Process takes more than one month

Interview questions

Patient facing and equality

Shared on 6 March 2021

Are you submissive and do you like working for a management team who will control absolutely everything you do? Are you fed up with using any initiative whatsoever? Do you mind if we take the glory for all of your achievements?

Shared on 24 January 2019

Past experience and competency based questions

Shared on 9 September 2018

People also viewed

  • Companies
  • East of England Ambulance Service Trust