Pension and 403B retirement plans. It's a great place to get a start in training to be a mental health professional.
The PERS retirement program is amazing. The price match options they provide give you the most out of any I've seen. Unfortunately, their PPO insurance is a joke and awful. It's barely insurance. The dental and vision covers next to nothing, and you might pay less with a self-pay discount.
Some of the worst insurance in the nation. When we pick up prescriptions, the pharmacy staff will think our insurance had not been billed so they will run it through their system again, then say, "oh..opps - that IS your copay."
Vacation, Sick Time, State Retirement are all decent. PERS (state retirement system) is extremely expensive no matter which option you select. Law enforcement officers lose almost 25% of their check to PERS.
Vacation time adds up quickly at a rate of 4 hrs per pay period.
The benefits are surprisingly underwhelming for a government job. You do get 2.5% per year towards retirement for each year you work there, but that doesn't kick in for 5 years and you can't collect until you are 65.
Best: You have insurance. Bad: It's expensive and has the same benefits of Obama Care.
Excellent benefits package but could be more creative in the way they are applied. I would not complain though as it could be a whole lot worse.
You are vested after 5 years for the retirement plan, but they take out a HUGE chunk of each paycheck until that 5 year mark.
Reasonable premiums, good coverage and doctors
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.