Union bargains very good health plans. You are a teacher, so it's not like you get to choose when summer vacation is. Luckily, health insurance covers therapy, which I needed after this job.
The Seattle School District offers competitive wages (compared to other public school districts), medical and dental coverage, generous time off, and subsidized continuing education.
They offer pension or 401b. Pension is 2% X salary X # of years.
I am kept to 19 hours a week to avoid the company paying benefits
Lots of options to choose from
Time off - summer, winter break, spring break, mid winter break and all holidays Health benefits offer a ton of carrier options Vision plan is very comprehensive & offers high coverage Dental plan is also fantastic
For subs, there are no benefits. :(
I was a part time worker so I received no benefits
The only benefit as a substitute teacher is that you make your own schedule. You work when and where you want and don't have a boss hovering over you or micro managing you.
The benefits package is amazing. The state contributes between $850 and $960 for all school staff health insurance premiums, and we have many plans to choose from. Teachers also have an option to sign up for a pension plan when they are hired.
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