Current and former employees report that Cornell University provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Great deal! And there is no downside!”
“you are allowed to accrue and rollover your sick days up to ~700 hours and can then get a pay out of them when you retire”
“13 holidays paid and off, 2wks vacation after 1 year, another week after 5 yrs, a third week after 10 years, a fourth week after 15yrs”
The monthly premium is very reasonable compared to any other company I've worked for in the past.
The stipend is just enough to survive given Ithaca’s housing market.
Good health benefits. Employee wellness encouraged. Discounts for Health and sport memberships. Lots of outdoor activities to do in the area.
Cornell offers good benefits overall
Construction PM with 7 yrs in Project and Risk Management working in large scale capital projects ($2M to $100M). I have a Masters and Bachelors in Civil Engineering and a Financial management certification program (8 months-online) from Cornell University. Any advice to Pivot my career to below?? BCG - operations (capital projects mgt.) Bain - Infrastructure & Building Products McK- Capital Excellence grp. PWC - Capital Program Excellence Deloitte - Capital Proj. & infrastructure Thanks!
Running in my 8th year in construction here in the SE. In my second job right now as a PM and Risk Management (5th year). I have a Masters Degree in Construction and additional certification programs from Cornell University, I think I am good with the pay I am getting (FOR NOW!) BUT Currently get paid 10 PTO+6 holidays in addition to winter shutdowns from December 24th to Jan1st. Hence the PTO is limited to 10 for new hires upto completion of 5 years. Is this a fair PTO for someone in year 8?
New York City
Just a boyfriend wanting to move to to NYC soon to be with my girl(wedding bells in 2023 hopefully). Construction PM working in large scale construction (7 yrs) with Bachelors and Masters degree and a recent completion of Financial Management program from Cornell University. Any advice on getting into some of these roles? BCG - Operations (Capital Projects Mgt.) Bain - Infrastr. & Bldg. products McK-Capital Excellence grp. Pwc-Capital Prog. Excellence Deloitte - capital Proj & Infrastr. Thanks
Construction Project manager with 7 years of experience in Project and Risk Management working for a large scale capital projects ($2m to $100M). I have a Masters and Bachelors in Civil Engineering and a Financial management certification program (8 months-online) from Cornell University. There is a lot of money that goes down the pipeline not utilized effectively in a project's lifecycle from funding to design to construction and completion. Any advice on pivoting my career to consulting?
Good academic environment but bad location.
Amazing health insurance and general benefits package!
Medical, Prescription, STD/LTD, Life (self and spouse), you pick level of coverage you want, many supplemental coverages you can opt in for. Dental is automatically provided on the state side, but it's terrible - very few providers in-network in our area.
Medical, dental, 403b, pension, LTD, STD, Life, at very reasonable cost
10% 401k without employee contribution
Overall a decent benefits package, with a few hidden perks.