As professional staff, I started out accruing 7+ hours per pay period. It works out to about 4 weeks of vacation a year. Also the medical benefits are very good and the premiums are very low. At the level we selected, my husband and I pay $117 for medical-dental-vision.
Time off They have a great Health insurance
All benefits are pretty good and can fit single-family for a decent price. I appreciated the benefits, make sure you read through all packages.
Health insurance is bare-bones emergency only, but makes up for it with the on-campus clinic.
Base pay starts at 13 and eventually will rise to 15 per hour.
Ample vacation, solid contribution to 401K, awesome professional development opportunities, help when it comes to selecting health benefits, decently priced premiums
Great retirement plan and health care options
Most benefits are consistent with other Idaho state agencies, but the tuition benefit (for the employee or one dependent) can be really important to some families. The student rec center is the best gym in town, and employees can use it for a small monthly fee.
Boise state offere's competitive benifits: for professional staff, you contribute 6.97% and they contribute 9.27% of your salary to what is called a 401B Vacation is accrued at 7.39 hours per pay period accrued bi-weekly. Sick time is accrued at 3.7 hours per pay period accrued Bi-weekly. There are 11 paid holidays. This employer, around christmas time, offers Christmas eve and christmas off and new years eve and new years day off. Most people use a max of 6 vacation days to get 10 days off during the holiday break since it is closed for one of those weeks. They offer gym membership but you still have to pay about 22.34 a month. This isn't bad however finding parking can be a nightmare if you do not know the secret places to park. They offer 1 hr a week release time to exercise They offer very reduced tuition for one person at a time ( you or a family member). You pay $20 admission and $9/credit with up to 9 credits a semester. This is seriously reduced tuition.
Relative inflexibility of work schedule, depending on the unit you work for.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.