Excellent health care and affordable.
I do not receive any benefits, this is very disappointing after 8 years of work.
Great state of Delaware benefits; health insurance, 403K, good vacation package, summers (8 weeks off) as a 10 month contract (full-time) instructor employee. Vision and dental available.
Non-existent for all part time positions
You get the wonderful state of Delaware benefits package as well as additional college benefits. You could get two vision or two dental plans, etc. You get your tuition, your spouse's and child's tuition completely covered. You only have to pay for fees and books. I can't think of anything negative about the benefits except maybe maternity leave. You have to use up 8 of your annual leave days before short term disability takes over, where you get a little over 65% of your current salary for 6 weeks or 8 weeks depending on the type of delivery you have. It's better than nothing.
The amount of vacation and sick days were amazing, probably the one thing I will miss from that job.
Lots of paid vacation, holidays and Sick time.
Paid per contact hour but no student engagement hours while part and full time instructors get multiple engagement hours beyond contact; college passes on Federal stance that 1 contact hour is equal to 2.25 hours for benefit status (thank you Affordable Care Act) that results in two things: hourly rate effectively drops and college keeps part timers below the 30 hour threshold for benefits. Worse, they don't know how to manage a waiver system for those of us with full benefits for life after retiring from another teaching position elsewhere which means adjuncts can't get more than 29 contact hours in total- stupid as well as Federally corrupt.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.