Classified Part Time Benefits Eligibility
Medical, Prescription and Dental
Available on 90th day of employment. Eligible to purchase employee only health benefits in 1st year of employment at a pro-rated cost. Subsequent years' cost based on hours worked in previous calendar year.
Life Insurance, Accidental Death and Dismemberment
Eligible 1st day of the month following completion of 90-day probationary period for College-paid benefit. Basic term amount is $10,000. After 6 years of service, Life insurance coverage is 2x your base pay rounded up to nearest 1,000; minimum $20K, maximum of $150K.
Income Protection Benefits (IPB)
After working 6 consecutive years and a minimum of 20 hours per week during those years, eligible for income protection benefits. 28 day waiting period during which you must use accrued sick, vacation or personal time. May be eligible for continuation of 80% of base pay over the following 152 days. Not eligible for LTD.
Eligible 1st day of month following two (2) years of service and having worked a minimum of 20 hours per week during those 2 years. Employee contributes 5% of base pay, College contribution is 5% of base pay. Retirement account is 100% vested. Participation not mandatory.
Note: May begin participation at any time by contributing your own money.
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
Paid Time Off
- VACATION: You do not get any vacation in your first year. After that time, you will receive a percentage of your time based on your prior calendar year total hours worked. This time is calculated and loaded into your leave as of July 1 each year. Vacation payout with a minimum of 2 weeks' notice.
- SICK: You accrue sick time according to a percentage of hours worked per week. First year accrual is not carried into second year. When you reach your one year anniversary but it falls in the middle of the calendar year, you will receive a percentage of time through the end of the current calendar year. Thereafter, sick time is deposited in January based on the number of hours worked in the prior calendar year.
- PERSONAL: Accrued annually (based on number of hours scheduled to work per week and pro-rated in your first year based on date of hire), no carryover as of December 31 of each year. When you reach your one year anniversary but it falls in the middle of the calendar year, you will receive a percentage of time through the end of the current calendar year. Thereafter, personal time is deposited in January based on the number of hours worked in the prior calendar year.
Note: Paid Time Off is available after probationary period is completed.
5 consecutive working days starting with day after date of death for parent (including step-parent), spouse, child, step-child, brother/sister, grandparent or grandchild. 5 consecutive days for mother/father-in-law with pay only for each of the above days that are regularly scheduled work days. 1 work day for loss of ex-spouse to attend funeral in order to care for the needs of a dependent child of the employee and ex-spouse. Bereavement can begin either date of funeral or date of death. Verification (obituary notice, etc.) must be supplied to HR.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
After completion of probationary period, 100% tuition and fees for 1 academic credit course taken at
the Community College of Philadelphia, provided classroom space is available, but not during employee's regular working hours. After at least 2 years of service and a minimum of 20 hours worked per week, may take a second course with 100% tuition and fees. Spouse/partner and children are not eligible for this benefit.
Jury Duty/Court Appearances
Excused from normal duties for jury duty, or to appear before any governmental agency, provided that subpoena issued by such court or agency is presented to HR. Court appearances relating to traffic and/or parking violations are NOT excused absences.
Employee Discounts and College Services
College employees are eligible for a variety of employee discounts and services.