Accrued time off is good and health benefits are great. The 401 contributions are matched and you earn vested percentage with each year of employment.
Great package--option to choose high/low deductible with flex spending account!
The best thing is probably the pay. The worst thing is maybe the health insurance.
There is a benefits package
They match the 401K up to 6%, contribute to the HSA, medical, dental, vision, great benefits. Part time employees qualify for vision, the 401k and they don't get vacation.
3% retirement contribution up front, plus a match for an additional 3%. Decent PTO/Sick time accrual. A majority of the University is allowed to work from home, which is a big blow to morale to those forced to work in office (for unknown reason as most meetings are still held remotely due to the vast majority working from home). Medical/Vision/Dental seems quite inexpensive comparitively. HSA contribution match for $1,000 annually. Plust an additional $600 annually for completing specific items through participation in a Wellness Plan.
The health insurance is amazing and helped me out tremendously with unsuspecting medical issues
Vested after four years and get a good amount of time off.
HSA allows you to put away funds for medical expenses at any point in the future. It's a good deal if you can hang in there with it for more than a few years.
Able to work remote is a good thing.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.