Benefits of Working at CHI St. Vincent
- Health Plan
Comprehensive preferred provider Health and Prescription Drug Plan for full- and part-time employees. Includes prescription drug coverage.
- Dental Plan
Provides diagnostic and preventive care at 100%. Restorative and major services with co-insurance and deductible. Orthodontic services for dependent children. Lower costs and deductibles with MetLife providers.
Annual exams, lenses and glasses; lower cost with EyeMed providers.
- Flexible Spending Accounts
Pretax health and dependent care flexible-care spending accounts are available.
- Life Insurance
Supplemental life and AD&D insurance is available in increments of $10,000. The combined plan maximum for basic and supplemental life is $750,000.
- Dependent Life Insurance
Spouse life insurance is available in increments of $10,000 up to $200,000. Life insurance for children is available in increments of $2,000 up to $20,000.
- Short Term Disability
60 percent of base pay up to a total of 26 weeks after a one-week elimination period.
- Long Term Disability
60 percent of base pay, up to a maximum of $10,000 per month after a 180-day elimination period.
- CHI Retirement Plan
Co-workers can make pre-tax and Roth after-tax contributions to the plan, up to the annual IRS maximum limits. CHI will match your contributions equal to 100 percent on the first 1 percent of eligible pay contributed on a pre-tax basis and /or Roth after-tax basis and 50 percent on the next 5 percent of eligible pay contributed, for a maximum matching contribution of 3.5 percent of eligible pay. CHI will also make an annual employer contribution equal to 2.5 percent of your eligible compensation but no lower than a minimum contribution of $1,000 regardless of your contribution amount. If you have three years of service, you are considered vested in the CHI 401(k) plan for both match and the annual employer contribution.
- 457(b) Plan
Tax-deferred savings plan that offers you the opportunity contribute additional salary deferrals over the contributions you’ve made to the 401(k) plan.
- Paid Time Off
Accruals are determined by years of service.
- Education Assistance
Full-time employees eligible for maximum of $5,250 reimbursement per calendar year. Part-time employees eligible for a maximum of $2,625 annually.
- Employee Assistance Program
Helps you and your family members access confidential, professional counseling that can make it easier to cope with a variety of personal issues and life changes.
- Long-Term Disability Protection
Provides 60% of income benefit to eligible employees through age 65 or recovery.
- Credit Union
In-house credit union.
- Bereavement Pay
Up to three days of paid time off without using accrued time off account for the death of immediate family members. Up to one day for other family members.
- Adoption Assistance
Reimbursement for some of the expenses related to the adoption process.
- Jury Duty
All employees who are summoned and report for duty as jurors will be paid for scheduled hours they would have worked for the length of the jury duty.