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Boston University faculty and staff who are regular employees and work at least 50% of a full-time schedule are provided with the BU Total Rewards portal. Read more.
Using the SmartSelect support tool can help you see which health plan is expected to cost you the least amount of money out of pocket by answering just a few simple questions. It’s up to you to decide which health plan option might be the best option for you and your family based on your expected health care use, risk tolerance and budget. Employees are able to switch health plans only if they are a new hire within their 30-day new hire period or during the Annual Open Enrollment Period.
DIRECTOR, SERVICE CENTER ADMINISTRATION, Service Center Administration - Service Centers/Cores play a key role in providing internal and external researchers with services at Boston University, and this role oversees the creation and review of all service centers. The Director provides oversight and review of the financial aspects of service centers, analyzes, and approves the rate charged and participates in the annual service center rate submissions and review.
COLLEGE ADVISOR, Enrollment, Undergraduate Admissions - The College Advising Corps (CAC) seeks to elect recent Boston-area college graduates for a year of full-time AmeriCorps service as college advisers in partner high schools. AmeriCorps member college advisers will report to program staff and to an on-site supervisor in each of the schools they will serve.
INTERNATIONAL SCHOLAR ADMINISTRATOR, International Students and Scholars Office, Scholars Services - This position will assist the scholar services team with immigration sponsorship and processing for a diverse international scholar and employee population. They will also review and evaluate intake requests for sponsorship and assist in onboarding new scholars and employees through immigration clearance and case-related communication to stakeholders.
AQUATICS MANAGER, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance - The Manager of Aquatics within the Department of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (PERD) PERD is responsible for oversight of the operations of the Aquatics department, including all credit, adult non-credit, family and camp programming as well as the operation of the FitRec Aquatics Center, to include all facility maintenance and upkeep in coordination with Campus Planning & Operations.