Great benefits but low salaries and not great work-life balance
Student Services (Current Employee) – Winter Park, FL – July 17, 2017
It has become a pretty tough place to be hired because they require a masters and significant experience within the field for each position. Depending on the department, there may be a decent amount of room for advancement, but people tend to stay here. With the size of their endowment and cost of tuition, the College should definitely increase the salary of its employees. We're far below market value at other similar institutions, and they don't seem to account for the cost of living in Winter Park and the Orlando area. The benefits and overall community are generally what keep people here. They offer great healthcare, 25 days of PTO, generous holiday leave (1-2 weeks at Christmas), and fantastic employer retirement matching. It's a great place to work at the higher level manager positions, but lower level professionals are not paid well and are given the work that 3 employees should cover to be successful.
Benefits package, campus community, Pto, holidays, well-known company, tuition remission
Salary, work-life balance, advancement opportunities