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Camborne, England
1001 to 5000 employees
Non-profit Organisation
Healthcare Services & Hospitals
£100 to £500 million (GBP) per year


Our diverse area is spread over about 7,500 square miles and contains a mix of rural, coastal and urban areas – from Watford to Wisbech and Cromer to Canvey island. Our services are tailored to meet the needs of each community’s differing environmental and ... Read more

EoEAS Reviews

  • "Great Experiences, Friendly Colleagues, Real Privilege to work for NHS Ambulance Service"

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    Former Employee - Paramedic
    Former Employee - Paramedic
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    I worked at EoEAS (More than 3 years)


    Great Life Experiences, Friendly Colleagues, Real Privilege to work for NHS Ambulance Service. You can develop you teamwork, leadership, communication, under pressure working skills.


    Long shifts through evenings and weekends. Social life is almost non-exsistance, but that's the job of a paramedic, and its what I was aware of before signing up.

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EoEAS Interviews



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    Paramedic Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Chelmsford, England
    Accepted Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at EoEAS (Chelmsford, England) in January 2019.


    Poor, disorganised and had no depth to it. I was never asked to provide proof of my registration other than providing a PA number on the NHS jobs application. The HR department were only interested in my right to work in th UK.
    The interview itself comprised of three competency based type questions and a group discussion. It transpires that the group discussion was pointless as they told us after the event that we were not being assessed and that it had nokind of scoring matrix attached.
    NO ALS assessment
    Not even a cursory glance at my CPD, even when i asked directly if they wanted to see it I was told "no, weve seen your passport, proof of address and proof of identity, thats all we need"
    The process overall was disorganised and I had to drive nearly 300 miles in total around Essex for pointless tasks that could have been completed by e-mail or if they were better organised, at the itial interview stage. As an example I had to drive from Linton to Chelmsford (about 85miles round trip) to give some documents to HR for my DBS check. When I arrived I gave the same documentation to the very same lady that had taken it on the day of my interview. Why could it not have been done then??
    Same can be said for my occupational health review where I again drove from Linton to Kings Lynn (almost 120mile round trip) for a 5 minute appointment where my blood pressure was taken and my urine dipped. Never have I run around so much for a job. Farcical from bginninig to end!

    Interview Questions

    • 1) "You are discharging a febrile child at home, what is your plan and what are your actions?"

      2) "Tell us about a time where you had to overcome a difficulty in communication, what did you do?"

      3) "Your crewmate disagrees with your clinical descion, how would you handle this situation?"   Answer Question
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