Tallinna Kiirabi has a well-known place in Tallinn’s society for almost more than 100 years. Because of a changing society our organisation has been growing rapidly during the last decade. We feel fortunate that we attract more and more new employees who want to work for us. In the last five years our organisation has doubled from 175 to nearly 400 employees.
Nearly 80 % of our employees are working as medical staff in a crew. The core business is 24/7 organised and supervised by a team of an operational department - manager, operators and a field manager. This team is supported by an administration staff – human resources, finance, training centre, pharmacy, property, IT and others.
Equipment and the environment are modern and consistent with modern needs and expectations. For personnel providing the core service, conditions are well developed. Headquarters and 7 other stations are stored with kitchen, rest areas, computers and other sanitary facilities. Our headquarters offers gym facilities which are open to all employees.
In order to keep skills and knowledge updated, our employees follow trainings, courses and lectures given by Tallinna Kiirabi’s training centre or attend conferences advertised by the training centre. Visiting these conferences are extremely important in order to stay connected to new developments concerning our (medical) field.
In case of interest individual employees are asked or can participate in training exercises or special projects. More specific personal education needs are discussed with one’s manager, who is responsible for every employee’s development.
Tallinna Kiirabi supports everyone’s self-determination working for us. We offer a good working climate in dedicated teams with focussed colleagues where teamwork is the priority above personal performance. We are a vital, client-orientated, innovative but also sometimes traditional organisation. Our main internal focus is development.
During last 5 years our staff is grown from 175 in 2010 up to 415 ambulance man and -women in year 2016.