It's good place to work for. nice people, but bad health insurance. You can find good training programs if you want, great football team and fans :), nice weather , if you get full time position it's fantastic .
Working as a graduate research assistant help me obtain a lot. My tuition fee was waived.
You get housing and on campus meal plan
The best and only benefit is the health insurance plan.
They are very picky about who will receive benefits based on hours worked regardless of how many hours you actually end up working.
Great health benefits, generous annual leave and holidays, mandatory state retirement, tuition assistance program, wellness programs, employee pharmacy.
Great benefits. Great university. Great students. Unless you're tenure track, not much hope for growth. As an instructor you're somewhat on your own. 4/4 teaching load with a possibility of a summer class (so money can be tight in the summer).
The insurance is better than most. Could be more flexible with scheduling. Everything is 8-5 but the expectation is availability after hours. There is no real flex time, that is a supervisors decision. Would like more flexible hours as well.
Benefits can't be beat! Health Insurance covers just about everything with low co-pay and very small deductible. 403b Retirement matching up to 6% salary. Lots of vacation and sick leave in addition to holidays.
Great package for vacation time and sick time.