Nice benefits package offered to employees
No benefits unless you're full time
Full medical, Life, and pension availability make working for Broward College a great way to live now and secure a comfortable retirement.
There were none for tutors or adjuncts.
We have a lot of paid days off
There are no benefits when you work as an adjunct.
Up front you receive 24 PTO, (12 sick days and 12 vacation days), FRS, Cigna Medical, Delta Dental, and you have the option for a 403b, and Humana Vision. This all seems great on paper put your manager will hackle you for using your own PTO time, though they are allotted 3 weeks vacay and senior management doesn't blink an eye. Certain departments have blackout days where you can't use your PTO. Co-payment for both the medical and dental, and vision if you select the option to which they will deduct from your paycheck. Any dependents is an additional $200 off your paycheck so be warned.
The benefits cushion the average salaries and treatment of employees: Tuition reimbursement (to attend here and partnered colleges), standard-issue federal holidays (7?) plus (until they take it away) one week off in early March for Spring Break, two weeks off in December for Christmas (but you're not really paid for it, it's included/spread out in your annual salary) sort of a 401K (Florida Retirement System) auto enrollment after grace period, accrual of sick and personal days, choice of dental, vision and general health coverage. We are not paid through the State of Florida, but are subject to fluctuations within that economic and political system. All benefits listed do not apply to part time instructors, only full time faculty, administrators and staff. Part time (adjunct) instructors are hired on a temporary semester by semester basis.
The best thing about the benefits is that you get medical, dental and vision.
The benefits provided by the College are definitely awesome. If you are full-time, you are provided with basic health insurance and dental. Vision and other preferences may be a little extra. One sick day and one vacation day are awarded per month, and they do rollover into the next year.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.