The benefits at UCSF are extensive once you become a career employee. The pension plan has undergone much change but is valuable as well as the low cost health benefits offered.
For the Bay Area, UCSF's benefits are hard to beat.
403b, PTO, medical/dental/vision insurance, pension
Coordination of benefits if you also have spousal coverage
Paid time off accumulates slowly
UCSF Medical Center provides good benefits to their employees, including medical, dental, vision and even a pension plan (if you work there a minimum of three years). Employees also get discounts from various organizations and merchants, including family attractions, movie tickets, gift cards, etc.
They offer a 403b, not 401k. You do not pay into state disability, but they offer a different disability plan.
Benefits are excellent especially the retirement benefits however, they seem to be chipping away at retirement a little bit every year. Several really good choices for health benefits and plenty of Vacation/PTO and sick leave
Great benefits package, many options for retirement savings, HSA, offer discounts in car home and Liffey insurances, supplemental disability insurance and can cover dependents until 26 without being a dull time student
The best thing about benefit package is 10% salary put in to 401k by employer with immediate vesting.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.