Benefits here are awesome. Tons of vacation time each year. Paid holidays. 90% discount on tuition. Up to 10% match on retirement plan.
Great healthcare and education reimbursement but pay is extremely low. Growth opportunity is not much.
Since this is a university, you operate on a standard American academic calendar, which means the University is closed during winter holiday and the Friday before Easter is also off. Pretty good vacation/sick time package (approx 2 days of vacation earned per month which adds up fast). There were lots of social events we were invited to attend (retirement sendoffs, birthdays, etc.)
As a part time employee I am not eligible for benefits
Salary may be low, but benefits are good. 10% retirement match, discounted college education and good health insurance.
The best thing would be the Payroll deductions and tuition discount. The downside is that they don't allow you be flexible enough to attend actual classes on campus so you have to do online outside of work hours which truly doesn't make sense to me.
I was just a graduate assistant for a summer program. Did not get any of the benefit packages
Health insurance is paid >60%.
Health insurance is covered at 70% which makes it a great option. However, I do wish it was with a different provider.
I worked part time so I did not get a full benefits package, but working at the University there are great benefits. You get a large percentage off of tuition, health coverage, dental, vision, etc.