No benefits are offered to subs
I like the expansive options given. We are encouraged to use the mental health options. We also have opportunities for free concerts, sporting events, and 10k runs.
Solid benefits package for full time employees. For singles, provide nearly free medical and dental. Loopholes exist relative to unused sick/vacation time - be careful or they will refuse to pay out what you have earned!
It's pretty standard--State-sponsored health insurance, vision and dental insurance, 403(b) option, etc.
You get paid bi-weekly and you have a matching 403b option. If you plan and budget well you can retire comfortably.
Not many choices to choose from
There are not enough perks/compensation for being an educator in the city. While the current superintendent has worked to add some very good perks (Botanical Garden year-round passes), there is not enough to outweigh the low pay compensation.
Benefits package was good. Plenty of vacation time. Medical and retirement. Slightly above the industry standard. The rest of this text is filler to meet the minimum required words.
Was hired as substitue teacher so I had no benefits would like full time position in a medical facility translating that compliment my medical background
Great state benefits. Not too expensive
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