Benefits at New College

New College of Florida offers its employees a competitive pay package and other incentives.

New College of Florida offers its employees a competitive pay package that includes:

  • Nine paid holidays a year.
  • A paid winter break of up to five days, (if sanctioned by the Board of Trustees).
  • Up to 22 paid vacation days, and 13 paid sick days per year with an unlimited accrual of sick time.
  • Two great health insurance plans, provided by Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Aetna to choose from, with employee premium contributions starting as low as $50 per month for an individual and $180 for families. Enrollment as early as the first day of the next month following the date of hire.
  • Dental and vision insurance.
  • $25,000 term life insurance coverage paid by the College effective immediately upon the first day of work.
  • Retirement options include the Florida Retirement System Pension Plan, the Florida Retirement Investment Plan, or the Optional Retirement Plan. Tax-sheltered Annuity and Deferred Compensation plans are also available.
  • Onsite Fitness Center.
  • Onsite Child Care Center.
  • Employee Education Assistance Program “ Tuition Assistance.”
  • Participation in payroll deduction for the Florida Prepaid College Tuition Fund

More more information about benefits at New College of Florida, contact Lara Sladick at 941-487-4757 or lsladick@ncf.edu.

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Additional Information


Insurance

New College of Florida offers its employees comprehensive and affordable insurance plans, a generous leave package, as well as many other benefits.

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Work Life Balance

New College of Florida offers a variety of health, wellness and educational opportunities for employees to ensure a well-balanced work and life environment.

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Retirement

We can assist employees with enrolling in retirement plans, counseling on retirement benefits and assistance throughout the retirement process.

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