SELC is proud to offer our staff a generous and competitive benefits package. We value our employees, and it shows.

Medical and Dental Coverage: High-quality, affordable health and dental insurance is available for all full-time employees, their spouse or domestic partner, and their dependents.

Vision Coverage: Vision insurance provides employees with coverage on eye exams, frames, and lenses every 12 months.

Flexible Benefit Plan: Eligible employees may put aside pre-tax dollars for medical and dependent care expenses.

Retirement Plan: Eligible employees may participate in SELC’s 403(b) retirement plan immediately. After one year of employment, SELC begins making a contribution to employees’ accounts.

Vacation and Sick Leave: Employees receive generous vacation leave to ensure a healthy work-life balance and a separate sick leave accrual to cover sick days.

Holidays: SELC observes an average of 11 paid holidays annually.

Life Insurance: SELC covers the cost of life insurance to all full-time employees, equal to 2x their salary.

Voluntary Life Insurance: Employees may elect additional life insurance for themselves, their spouses, or domestic partners, and their dependents.

Disability Insurance: SELC offers short-term and long-term disability insurance at no cost to employees. Disability insurance covers a portion of salary during periods of extended leave due to injury or disability.

Employee Assistance Program: The EAP provides employees and their family members with support services for dealing with life’s struggles.

Parental Leave: SELC employees are entitled to 12 weeks of paid parental leave following childbirth or adoption. The leave can be taken up to one year after childbirth or adoption and can be broken up in any manner that best accommodates the needs of the family. Once available parental leave has been used, parents of new children have the additional option of requesting to return to work on a reduced schedule for up to 12 weeks.

Family Leave: SELC employees are entitled to 6 weeks of paid leave to care for a family member suffering from a serious health condition.