Good health insurance, generous amount of time-off, good employer match for 401K. For an university, less opportunities for continuing career education than one might assume.
The best is being able to plan your own workflow and schedule. A Con would be there is no guarantee for work each month.
Working on a personalized set schedule while gaining relative experience. Only downside is the work hours are limited based on the contract on the maximum offer on the financial aid award package
Great Benefits. Good PTO which you accrue every month both Vacation and Sick Leave. Good Health Insurance.
Amazing pension benefits and health insurance. Very flexible with vacation time and education reimbursement. Lot of training opportunities both internally and externally.
State benefits are included
401a, paid time, health insurance, dental
Intermittent instructors do not receive benefits!
Very good research environment, nice to work with smart people, good food in local area.
None for part time.
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