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At Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) we are dedicated to placing our employees in the best position to succeed not only in their job, but life outside of work. Your all-inclusive rewards summary includes insurance, paid leave, professional development and retirement options in a professional, inclusive, diverse, and collaborative work environment. You selected us…so let us invest in you.

  • FSCJ pays 100% of premium costs on select Full-time employee only medical, dental, and vision coverages. Dependent and spouse partner coverages are also available as an additional premium deduction.
  • Additional supplemental benefit options include a flexible spending account, supplemental group life insurance, and long-term disability.
  • Vacation time - Earn between 12-24 days per year of vacation leave time based on employee classification and years of service.
  • Sick leave time - Earn eight (8) hours of sick leave each calendar month of employment.
  • Personal Leave - Option to use up to 32 hours of sick leave time as personal leave.
  • Observed Holidays – New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving Day and Break, Christmas Day, and a College Designated Holiday.
  • School Breaks – Time off for Winter Break and Spring Break.
  • Summer Schedule – Reduced work week of 36 hours per week and paid for 40 hours of work.
  • Sick Leave Pool – Employees with a catastrophic emergency/life threatening illness or injury that have depleted all sick leave, may apply for hours from the pool.
  • Courses taken at FSCJ – Full-time employee and their employee dependents and Part-time employees’ tuition and matriculation fees for course(s) taken at FSCJ shall be waived or reimbursed.
  • Courses taken at a Regionally Accredited College or University – Full-time employees may receive reimbursement for undergraduate and graduate courses.
  • Florida Retirement System (FRS) – Full-time and Part-time employees are automatically enrolled in FRS on their first day of employment. FRS has two retirement plans from which employees may choose - the Pension Plan or the Investment Plan.
  • 403(b) & 457(b) Voluntary Savings Plan – Full-time and Regular Part-time employees have the opportunity to save in a 403(b), a 457(b) deferred compensation plan or both.