NSW Ambulance
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    Rating is calculated based on 19 reviews and is evolving.



    Paramedic in Sydney Western Suburbs NSW
    on 21 May 2019
    Great working atmosphere
    Overworked, difficulty with night shifts but a fantastic job. Upper management not supportive or recognise current difficulties paramedics face. Say that there is changes and support, nothing actually changes Middle management very supportive and understanding, always willing to listen and provide guidance.
    Dispatcher in Sydney
    on 8 July 2022
    Low morale, over-worked, terrible culture and terrible managers
    Across the whole organisation, from paramedics to control centre staff and other support staff, morale is terrible and only getting worse. Already renown for terrible managers who bully their staff frequently, Covid has only made a bad situation worse. NSWA seems to allow bad managers to get promoted and good managers just get worked into the ground and never promoted. Morale is the lowest it has ever been, people are leaving the organisation in droves, and staff are miserable. The company is quick to blame staff for any mistakes whilst whipping them harder and harder to do more work. They are chronically understaffed due to a high attrition rate and are poorly equipped with resources to allow staff to do their job well. I would avoid this company like the plague!
    Paramedic in Sydney NSW
    on 26 March 2022
    Appalling Organisation
    Steer clear. Paramedics are worked into the ground in appalling conditions. Chronic understaffing, excessive workloads, unreasonable forced overtime, a massive bullying culture, pathetic pay and little to no support for frontline staff. Horrendous fatigue issues on road.Upper management have no idea what is really happening on the frontline and frankly don't care.The only positive is the job itself of a paramedic is fantastic and you can work with amazing colleagues. Although everyone (including the great colleagues) are extremely burnt out.Head for another service. NSWA is disgraceful.
    Control Centre Officer (Dispatcher) in Eveleigh NSW
    on 15 June 2021
    What a way to earn a living, using state of the art technology to dispatch emergency resources to get help to people in the community who need it most.
    Call Centre Operator in Rozelle NSW
    on 7 April 2021
    Exciting and passionate experience.
    I would recommend applying within NSW Ambulance, I wished I was younger...applying to be a paramedic would be my dream..love patient contact. 000 call centre training was an amazing learning experience.

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