There is an automative wage increase of 3% each year, full medical, dental, retirement program (401 match and IRA), and one of the most equitable places you'll ever work. On the downside, there are decided differences between working on the program and the operational sides here. Programs are grant funded which can result in dramatic staff changes if/when funding shifts or ends.
The office environment is great, people are friendly, there are lots of little perks to make work enjoyable.
Great perks and friendly environment full of like-minded employees. The best part about the benefits was the retirement plan and health insurance for a single-person.
They offer the standard 401k matching (3% I think), but at the end of every year, they kick in another 6% of your salary, that vests 20% a year.
Accommodating to people with families and heavy travel schedules.
401K match and additional employer contribution are great. Health and commute benefits are comparable to other organizations. Mobile phone reimbursement and gym stipend/reimbursement are both good benefits.
Good 401k and vacation benefits.
Reasonable for a nonprofit
401k matching is great, health insurance coverage is fantastic. Also get vision and dental. Public transportation stipend of $45/month. Work from home an option, but depends on your team/supervisors.
See dental and health care. Stipend toward a monthly gym membership. Commuter benefits like a free Orca card, secure bike room. Good 401(k).