Great benefits package. Health insurance is great. The vision insurance is one of the best packages you can get. Have not have any issues with benefits.
Since it is a school, you do have holiday vacation and some employees have summer off. Administrative employees are supposed to have 2 weeks paid vacation in the summer but then again a lack of cohesive management and communication leaves things up to the discretion of whoever is in charge at the moment.
The health insurance is not as good as you would find in a public school, but overall the benefits are decent.
6 days PTO/Sick Days - after these, you are not compensated; if you do not take them, you are paid for them at the end of the year. Great medical/vision/dental --great if your health is good and you don't require much (my experience). Sustainability half-days built into the schedule for a few months of the year (before Monday holidays or breaks). 17-days for Christmas break. February and April breaks. Often get lunches ordered for testing or long days for teachers.
Best: maternity leave is well respected Worst: taking a sick day, even if you are literally in the hospital is frowned upon. Particularly because there are no substitute teachers. You are expected to come in, unless there is a human dropping out of your body.
The best thing is the health insurance and dental package. The worst is the summer gets cut early because of professional development. Although it's a slight negative, there are a few of the sessions which are actually helpful.
It is a pretty comprehensive benefits package. Covering the essentials like medical, dental, vision, life and disability, but also some extra perks like gym reimbursement and shopping discount. A drawback is that as a state employee you cant opt out of the benefits.
All of it is excellent - time off, insurance, 401K, etc.
They provide housing in New York City, which is amazing and they provide a travel stipend for your time there
They match the 401K in one year
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