Angel MedFlight Careers
As an Angel MedFlight team member, you’re a vital part of the world’s finest air ambulance crew. A competitive pay scale, health and wellness benefits, international travel, and a flexible, balanced schedule are some of the perks of coming on board with us. We’re a dedicated, hardworking, passionate group with a common goal of helpful change. Come be a part of our positive enterprise!
Real Life Super Heroes Wanted
Angel MedFlight’s Job Compensation and Benefits Packages
We are dedicated to caring and innovation. Every person in each department is a vital part of our organization, and we are committed to recognizing employees with a comprehensive rewards package that includes competitive pay, benefits and other generous perks.
Where Work and Life Experience Meet
Employees across all departments at Angel MedFlight share commonalities: we are driven, dedicated and caring. We give all we have in the name of exceptional patient care. We become close to the families whose loved ones we transport. We develop bonds with the case managers whose patients we care for. We stand together in gratitude when a patient heals and in grief when one passes. Being part of a team that impacts lives every day is not just a great work experience. It’s a great life experience.
We Don’t Put a Limit on Potential
It’s our belief that, given the opportunity, motivated people will make the most of their careers while at the same time contribute to the company’s success. We provide tools, training, and guidance to help employees identify their goals and grow professionally. Employees are supported in their efforts through growth and internal promotions. There are always opportunities for employees to attend conventions and courses within their specialties, observe and participate in different company departments and to freely voice their ideas and innovations. To us, continued company growth and expansion creates opportunities for employees to advance their careers. We simply do not put a limit on our employees’ potential.
Role of a Flight Coordinator
In the fall, 70-year-old Sandra Olsen traveled to Nairobi, Kenya as a volunteer on a medical mission. During a work-related trip to Uganda, Sandra was bitten by a mosquito. Approximately a week later, she went into shock with an altered mental state and suffered an overall loss of kidney function.
Benjamin Rye is one of America’s military elite – a physically strong, mentally tough, specially trained Army Ranger. He exemplifies courage, having proudly served his country on six tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan. Ben’s toughest challenge, though, would begin on a stretch of road in Alabama.
Parents are the loving hands that guide us through childhood and steer us into the adult world. When they can no longer care for themselves or cannot be adequately cared for at home, it becomes imperative for their adult children to select a long-term care facility close by to monitor their treatment and ensure their comfort.
At the tender age of eight months, Lillian Trippe had just learned to crawl, and was busily exploring her Oregon surroundings. She was also setting out on a much more challenging journey – a fight against acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
Last Mother’s Day is one Jessica Neri-Lucero would rather forget. It was just weeks after she had lost twin daughters during birth. This year, things are much, much different.