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N/A for interns as it is only part-time and a stipend
N/a work study is exempt
Offers free tuition to employees and their dependents.
Health insurance is high but they offer a sliding scale for employees making less than $42,000/yr (or so). Tuition waiver makes it worth the lower salaries for staff, but that only is valid for the staff taking advantage of the benefit. The inequality between faculty and staff is measurable in several ways. Most benefits for faculty are immediate upon employment, while staff have to wait 90 days for the tuition waiver to be available, staff have to wait a full year for Stetson’s 5% contribution to a retirement account and then an additional year for Stetson’s 10% contribution. Faculty and upper management receive the 10% right away. Faculty earn 20 days of vacation upon employment while staff start out at 10 days a year and have to be employed for 10 years before they earn 20 vacation days a year. The benefits are listed online so do your research in order to be an informed candidate.
Cheaper meals and free event tickets
Health Insurance was expensive, dental was terrible.
Works with your schedule
The best thing about the benefits package is the 401K they kick in 10% to your 401K but they do that because they have taken away all other retirement benefits that they offered to other employees like medical insurance so now everybody pays high medical premiums to make up for all those that are still collecting medical insurance but now they receive nothing except 10% donated to their 401 k
This is a part time job at a private university. There are obviously not going to be any benefits other than having steady employment throughout college and the ability to "climb the ladder" within the department and develop leadership abilities and necessary skills for the real world work environment.
Benefits pale in comparison with other employers of comparable status. Among the lowest wages in Volusia County. Poor, high rate health plans. Laughable retirement plans. Very restrictive and limited PTO. Zero professional development opportunities (this is actually discouraged)
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