Thank you for considering a career with REACH Air Medical Services—we are always looking for individuals who are a true fit. REACH is proud of each member of our team, and they set a very high bar when it comes to hiring standards. They also come from diverse backgrounds and bring a wide range of expertise. There is one thing we all have in common, however: we care. We care about our patients, about one another, about our customers, and about our culture.
The air ambulance industry is intense, dynamic and atypical. As a business that “doesn’t close”, it is both demanding and rewarding.Each position requires a certain level of leadership desire. In other words, clock punchers and resume builders need not apply. If that resonates, please keep reading. If our mission, purpose and requirements match your passion and skills, please apply. There’s no room for hesitation or second-guessing at REACH—prepare now—and be focused.
You won’t often hear the expected job board terminology—”team player”, “ability to prioritize”, “excellent communication skills”, “problem solver”, etc.—because we don’t want our staff to become desensitized to their significance. Those words do have meaning here, the meaning born of action. The interdependence and intelligence at the root of these overused phrases are the foundation of our day-to-day experience, an experience that is surely unlike any other you’ve considered.
Again, we are grateful for your interest.
Sean Russell, President
REACH Air Medical Services
Contact us for more information at:
REACH Human Resources
451 Aviation Blvd., Suite 101
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
REACH is an equal opportunity employer.
*All REACH safety-sensitive employees are required to pass an FAA/DOT mandated pre-employment drug screen test and will be subject to periodic, random, post accident, reasonable suspicion, return to duty and follow-up alcohol and drug testing. The REACH Anti-Drug and Alcohol Misuse Prevention Program is approved by the FAA and administered in accordance with 49 CFR Part 121 and 49 CFR Part 40. Covered employees will be tested for five prohibited drugs (marijuana, cocaine, opiates, PCP, amphetamines) and alcohol. For more information, view our Substance Abuse Policy.
REACH participates in the federal E-Verify Program. Please see the links below for more information:
Participation Poster – English | Participation Poster – Spanish
Right to Work – English | Right to Work – Spanish