Boise State University is a great place to work where students come first, and where we are committed to hiring award-winning faculty and accomplished staff who are committed to our pursuit of becoming a Metropolitan Research University of Distinction. Human Resource Services supports Boise State University faculty and staff by providing our employees with first-class benefits!
All regular Boise State University faculty and staff working 20 or more hours per week for five or more consecutive months are eligible for a comprehensive benefits package. Most benefits are provided through the State of Idaho insurance program or the Idaho State Board of Education.
- Group health, dental, and vision insurance
- Basic life and AD&D insurance at no cost to employees
- Short and long-term disability benefits at no cost to employees
- Retirement plan with generous University contributions, in addition to required employee contributions (plan dependent upon employment classification)
- Employee assistance program (EAP) at no cost to employees
- 11 paid holidays per year
- Sick leave (12 days per year if full-time)
- Annual leave for classified and professional employees, and 12-month faculty (accrual based upon employment classification and service)
- Tuition fee waiver program for benefit eligible employees and their spouses. After 5 months of service, benefit eligible employees may use Dependent Fee Waivers for eligible dependents.
(available through convenient payroll deduction)
- Choice of employee-funded optional retirement savings plans
- Flexible spending accounts for medical and dependent care expenses
- Employee supplemental life insurance at group rates
- Group legal benefits
- College tuition savings program
- Access to supplemental health, life, home, and auto insurance programs at discounted rates
- Campus Recreation Center membership
Boise State University complies with all Federal and State of Idaho employment protections, including but not limited to:
- Unemployment Compensation Insurance
- Workers Compensation Insurance
- Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) of 1993
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990