Overview

Shelton State Community College Benefits  

  • PEEHIP Health Insurance (BC/BS or Viva Health HMO). Out-of-pocket cost is $15 per month for single coverage and $177 per month for family coverage

  • Convenient payroll deduction for optional employee paid supplemental insurance (Hospital Indemnity, Vision, Dental, Cancer, Disability, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Voluntary Group Life, etc.)

  • Employer paid DCH Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

  • Employer contribution to retirement of 11.71% of gross earnings (Employee contribution 7.5% of gross earnings)

  • Employees hired on or after January 1, 2013 the Employer contribution to retirement will be 11.08% of gross earnings (Employee contribution 6.00% of gross earnings). 

  • Overtime pay or compensatory time off for non-exempt employees at 1 ½ times the normal rate for hours worked over 40

  • Convenient direct deposit of pay and emailed pay statements

  • Fifteen (15) paid holidays per year

  • Four and ½ day work week (40 hours) with limited choice of work schedule (limited choice of start time and lunch time)

  • Twelve (12) sick leave days per year

  • Annual leave for staff as follows:

    • 0-4 years 1.00 day per month (8 hours)
    • 5-9 years 1.25 days per month (10 hours)
    • 10-14 years 1.50 days per month (12 hours)\
    • 15-19 years 1.75 days per month (14 hours)
    • 20-above 2.00 days per month (16 hours)
  • Five (5) personal days leave per year for full-time Faculty (Faculty do not receive annual leave)

  • Two (2) personal days per year for staff

  • Employer pays insurance allocation ($714 per month) while on unpaid Family Medical Leave.  You pay out-of-pocket ($15/mo. for single coverage or $177/mo. for family coverage)

  • Twelve (12) to twenty four (24) days of annual leave per year for staff, depending on years of service

  • Paid military leave (168 hours per year)

  • Paid administrative leave for jury duty or court summons

  • Three (3) days of emergency leave per year (may use one day per incident if all other leave is exhausted)

  • Prorated annual leave for H-schedule (20 hours but less than 40 hours per week)employees

  • Tuition Assistance Program for full-time employees 

    • 1/3 tuition waiver after one year of employment

    • 2/3 tuition waiver after two years

    • Full tuition waiver after three years

  • Paid job-related Professional Development Training

  • Paid registration, expenses, and travel to selected conferences, workshops, and seminars

  • Paid memberships in selected job-related professional associations

  • Free parking