You take care of us. We take care of you.Our employees are everything. We couldn't meet our educational mission without each and every one of them. That's why we offer a excellent compensation program - health benefits, retirement plan, tuition waivers and more.
Health BenefitsCityU pays 100 percent of health benefit premiums for our full-time employees. Medical and Dental/Vision premiums are pro-rated for part-time employees. Our benefit program includes:
Retirement PlansWe welcome benefit-eligible employees to participate in our 403(b) Retirement Plan.
Additional BenefitsIf you don't have a healthy balance between work and life, you're not at your best. That's why CityU offers not only paid time off but also Flexible Spending Accounts, a tuition waiver program and an Employee Assistance Program. To learn more about working with CityU and the benefits we offer, contact us.
Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination in Employment and Education PolicyCity University of Seattle subscribes to the principles and laws of the State of Washington and the federal government, including applicable Executive Orders that pertain to civil rights, equal opportunity, and affirmative action. City University of Seattle prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, sex, religion, age, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, physical, mental or sensory disability, marital status, sexual orientation, and status as a Vietnam-era, disabled, or other covered veteran, in the recruitment and admission of students; the recruitment, employment and retention of faculty and staff; and the operation of all university programs and services. City University of Seattle's facilities and programs are accessible to persons with disabilities. Appropriate support services are provided, while academic and employment standards are maintained. The Disabilities Resource and Employee Relations Manager in the Human Resources Department serves as coordinator of accommodations for staff, faculty, contractors and students with disabilities. Questions concerning our policy and practices should be directed to: Human Resources Department
City University of Seattle
521 Wall Street
Seattle, WA 98121