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Correctional Physician - Southern Georgia

Facility Type: Male, Medium-security
Population: 1680
ACA Accreditation: Yes
Location: agricultural area

Employment status: Direct employment (W2)
Salary: 174,720/year plus comprehensive benefits
Hours: Day hours Monday thru Friday; 40 hours
Practioners: One physician and one mid-level
Call is shared among physician and mid-levels (usually only if NP is not available or medical necessity).  Return is not required.

Benefits include - Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Malpractice, AD&D, Short-term and Long-term Disability, Flexible Spending Account (FSAs), Life Assistance Program, Advocacy Services, 401k with a 5% match, Paid Time Off (27 days to start), 9 Paid Holidays, Bereavement Leave and Relocation Assistance

BENEFITS:  Full time employees working 30 hours or more per week are eligible for coverage the first of the month following 30 days of employment. Dependents are eligible for coverage the day the employee becomes eligible or the day the dependent is acquired. Eligible dependents are classified as spouse or children up to age 24 who are at least 50% or more financially dependent upon the employee.

Medical:  Staff may choose from two medical plan options: a high deductible health plan (HDHP) featuring a health savings account, and a PPO plan. Both plans are administered by CIGNA Healthcare, a leading national healthcare carrier. The plans cover a wide range of services, including office visits, preventive care, hospitalization and prescription drugs.

Dental and Vision:  Administered by CIGNA. The plan offers both in-network and out-of-network benefits.

Life:  The company provides group term life insurance equal to 2 times base annual salary at no cost to employees. Group term life insurance is provided for dependent spouse and/or children at no cost to the employee, if the dependents are enrolled in the medical plan.

Paid Time Off (PTO) may be used for vacation, illness, personal business, family illness or holidays not observed by the company. PTO is based on length of service and hours paid each pay period. A waiting period may apply.

Holidays:  The Company observes nine paid holidays each year; New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Day, Presidents' Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans' Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Bereavement Leave:  The company provides employees with up to three days of paid leave in the event of an immediate family member's death.

AD&D:  The company provides accidental death & dismemberment (AD&D) insurance equal to 2 times base annual salary at no cost to employees.

Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs):  Employees may set aside up to $3,000 per year on pre-tax basis to pay for certain out-of-pocket medical expenses.  Employees can set aside up to $5,000 per year on pre-tax basis to pay for eligible dependent care expenses.  Certain limits may apply. Employees who elect the HSA medical may participate in the FSA for dental and vision related expenses only.

Short-term Disability:  The company provides short term disability coverage at no cost to employees. 60% of weekly earnings to a maximum of $2,500 per week up to 12 weeks.

Long-term Disability:  60% of weekly earnings to a maximum of $10,000 per month. Long Term Disability Insurance is a voluntary election and premium rates vary based on age and rate of pay.

Life Assistance Program (LAP): provides free 24-hour counseling support for employees experiencing personal difficulties, as well as other benefits such as will preparation, identity theft and survivor financial counseling.

Advocacy Services: The company provides a third-party Advocacy Service to assist employees who may be experiencing medical claim problems, or who have questions about their plans.

Retirement Benefits: The employer may adopt the retirement plan offered by the company. Following are some of the basic provisions of the 401(k) Plan:  After 12 months and 1,000 hours of service, eligible employees can defer 1% to 90% of eligible gross pay, on a pre-tax basis, up to IRS limits. The plan also allows catch up contributions for eligible employees age 50 and over. Contributions to the plan for those classified as Highly Compensated Employees (HCEs) or Key Employees may be limited based on the plan's annual testing requirements.  The employer matches your employee contributions - dollar for dollar - up to 5% of your eligible salary. You must work at least 1,000 hours and be actively employed with your employer at the end of the calendar year to receive the match.  You are always 100% vested in the fair market value of your own contributions to the plan. You become vested in your employer's matching contributions over time: 20% after 2 years of service; 40% after 3 years; 80% after 4 years; and 100% after 5 years. The plan also provides for 100% vesting upon reaching the plan's retirement age of 62, permanent disability or death.  The company 401(k) Plan offers several investment options that vary in risk and return potential, including more conservative choices, such as stable value fund and a bond fund; six target date funds; a balanced fund; and more aggressive choices such as a large cap (growth) mutual funds; growth & income funds, and an international fund. Investment and financial planning assistance is also available to participants through an outside firm.

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Correctional Dentist - Southern Georgia

Facility Type: Male, Medium-security
Population: 1680
ACA Accreditation: Yes
Location: agricultural area

Employment status: Direct employment (W2)
Salary: 130,000/year plus comprehensive benefits
Hours: Day hours Monday thru Friday; 40 hours
Practitioners: One dentist and one dental assistant.

Benefits include - Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Malpractice, AD&D, Short-term and Long-term Disability, Flexible Spending Account (FSAs), Life Assistance Program, Advocacy Services, 401k with a 5% match, Paid Time Off (27 days to start), 9 Paid Holidays, Bereavement Leave and Relocation Assistance

BENEFITS:  Full time employees working 30 hours or more per week are eligible for coverage the first of the month following 30 days of employment. Dependents are eligible for coverage the day the employee becomes eligible or the day the dependent is acquired. Eligible dependents are classified as spouse or children up to age 24 who are at least 50% or more financially dependent upon the employee.

Medical:  Staff may choose from two medical plan options: a high deductible health plan (HDHP) featuring a health savings account, and a PPO plan. Both plans are administered by CIGNA Healthcare, a leading national healthcare carrier. The plans cover a wide range of services, including office visits, preventive care, hospitalization and prescription drugs.

Dental and Vision:  Administered by CIGNA. The plan offers both in-network and out-of-network benefits.

Life:  The company provides group term life insurance equal to 2 times base annual salary at no cost to employees. Group term life insurance is provided for dependent spouse and/or children at no cost to the employee, if the dependents are enrolled in the medical plan.

Paid Time Off (PTO) may be used for vacation, illness, personal business, family illness or holidays not observed by the company. PTO is based on length of service and hours paid each pay period. A waiting period may apply.

Holidays:  The Company observes nine paid holidays each year; New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Day, Presidents' Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans' Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Bereavement Leave:  The company provides employees with up to three days of paid leave in the event of an immediate family member's death.

AD&D:  The company provides accidental death & dismemberment (AD&D) insurance equal to 2 times base annual salary at no cost to employees.

Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs):  Employees may set aside up to $3,000 per year on pre-tax basis to pay for certain out-of-pocket medical expenses.  Employees can set aside up to $5,000 per year on pre-tax basis to pay for eligible dependent care expenses.  Certain limits may apply. Employees who elect the HSA medical may participate in the FSA for dental and vision related expenses only.

Short-term Disability:  The company provides short term disability coverage at no cost to employees. 60% of weekly earnings to a maximum of $2,500 per week up to 12 weeks.

Long-term Disability:  60% of weekly earnings to a maximum of $10,000 per month. Long Term Disability Insurance is a voluntary election and premium rates vary based on age and rate of pay.

Life Assistance Program (LAP): provides free 24-hour counseling support for employees experiencing personal difficulties, as well as other benefits such as will preparation, identity theft and survivor financial counseling.

Advocacy Services: The company provides a third-party Advocacy Service to assist employees who may be experiencing medical claim problems, or who have questions about their plans.

Retirement Benefits: The employer may adopt the retirement plan offered by the company. Following are some of the basic provisions of the 401(k) Plan:  After 12 months and 1,000 hours of service, eligible employees can defer 1% to 90% of eligible gross pay, on a pre-tax basis, up to IRS limits. The plan also allows catch up contributions for eligible employees age 50 and over. Contributions to the plan for those classified as Highly Compensated Employees (HCEs) or Key Employees may be limited based on the plan's annual testing requirements.  The employer matches your employee contributions - dollar for dollar - up to 5% of your eligible salary. You must work at least 1,000 hours and be actively employed with your employer at the end of the calendar year to receive the match.  You are always 100% vested in the fair market value of your own contributions to the plan. You become vested in your employer's matching contributions over time: 20% after 2 years of service; 40% after 3 years; 80% after 4 years; and 100% after 5 years. The plan also provides for 100% vesting upon reaching the plan's retirement age of 62, permanent disability or death.  The company 401(k) Plan offers several investment options that vary in risk and return potential, including more conservative choices, such as stable value fund and a bond fund; six target date funds; a balanced fund; and more aggressive choices such as a large cap (growth) mutual funds; growth & income funds, and an international fund. Investment and financial planning assistance is also available to participants through an outside firm.

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Correctional Physician - Texas

Locations available - Beaumont, Waco, East Texas, South Texas
Facility Type: Security level varies per facility.  Most have multiple levels.
Population: Varies
Location: Various

Employment status: Direct employment (W2)
Salary: Normal range 160-175/year plus comprehensive benefits.
Salary: Designated hard-to-fill areas 200/yeasr
Hours: Day hours Monday thru Friday; 40 hours
Call is shared among physician and mid-levels

Benefits

Malpractice – malpractice provided and all practitioners are defended by the Texas State Attorney General’s office. State tort laws apply.

Medical - Medical coverage is a self-funded medical PPO plan, administered by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas.  For the 2009-2010 plan year, the company will continue to pay 100% of the premium cost for full-time employees and 50% for part-time employees.  Pharmacy benefits under are administered by Medco Health Solutions (Medco) and require a $100 annual deductible per person, per plan year.  Your prescription drug program offers three different benefit levels based on the drug category.

Dental - Depending on where you live, you may have a choice between company Dental, the self-funded dental plan administered by Delta Dental, or Assurant DMO, a fully insured dental HMO plan administered by Assurant Employee Benefits. "Your Benefits Enrollment Options" letter/email will tell you which plans are available to you.

Vision - Fully insured Vision Care benefits will continue to be offered by Superior Vision Services. Superior Vision continues to build and enhance their network and administration. 

Life - Fort Dearborn Life Insurance Company® (FDL) is the insurer for the Group Term Life options available to you and your dependents.

AD&D - Fort Dearborn Life Insurance Company® (FDL) is the insurer and administrator for the fully insured Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) options available to you and your dependents. The AD&D plan provides benefits for you and your dependents following an accidental death or certain bodily injuries, which occur as a result of a covered accident.

Long-Term Disability - LTD provides income protection should you become disabled. After the 90-day elimination period requirement has been satisfied or after you have exhausted your sick leave (whichever is longer), if your disability claim is approved, you will be eligible to receive 60% of your covered salary. Benefits under this program will be decreased by the same amount as any disability benefits received from other sources. Your total disability pay, including other sources of income, cannot exceed 60% of your covered salary.   Note: The LTD program does not cover Long-Term Care services.

Short-Term Disability - Enrolling in the STD plan gives you income protection in case you become disabled due to illness or a non-occupational injury. For the 2009-2010 plan year, there is a significant decrease in the monthly premium for the STD plan, and the elimination period has been reduced from 30 days to 14 days. Evidence of Insurability (EOI) will be waived for enrollment in STD insurance during the 2009 Annual Enrollment and following a qualified status change during the plan year.  After a 14-day elimination period requirement has been satisfied or after you use all of your accumulated sick leave (whichever is longer), if your disability claim is approved, you will be eligible to receive 60% of your covered weekly earnings. Benefits under this program will be decreased by deductible sources of income or other disability benefits received from other sources. Your total disability pay, including other sources of income, cannot be more than 60% of your covered salary.

Long-Term Care - The fully insured Group Long-Term Care (LTC) insurance is offered to you through CNA. For the 2009-2010 plan year, there are no premium or benefit changes. Individuals already enrolled in the CNA Guaranteed Benefit Increase Option (GBO) will have an opportunity during this 2009 Annual Enrollment to increase their coverage to keep pace with the rising costs for long term care services. Please read this section for more information.  The LTC plan is available to you, your spouse, adult children (25 years and older), parents, grandparents, parents-in-law and grandparents-in-law. Your eligible family members may apply without you having applied for coverage; however, only the premiums for you and your spouse may be deducted from your UT paycheck. Other enrolled family members will be set up for direct billing from CNA.
LTC insurance provides funds for necessary services when an individual becomes incapable of caring for himself or herself. Covered services can vary depending on the individual's condition and can range from assistance in the home with day-to-day activities to care provided in a nursing home. It is important to note the need for long-term care does not just affect the elderly. The need for long-term care can occur at any age. Also, keep in mind this type of care is not covered by disability insurance. In addition, health insurance and Medicare will only pay for limited amounts of care. Medicaid does pay for LTC but only after you spend most of your financial assets.  LTC coverage is portable, so if you leave your employment with UT System, you can keep your LTC coverage, and your premium will remain the same.

Flex Spending Account (FSA) - PayFlex Systems USA, Inc. is the administrator for the flexible spending accounts.  Authorized by the IRS, the Flexible Spending Account plans let you set aside money from your pay before taxes are withheld. You can use money from these accounts to pay for certain out-of-pocket medical and work-related dependent day care expenses while receiving a tax advantage. As you incur medical expenses and/or dependent day care expenses throughout the plan year, you submit a claim via Express Claims, fax or mail, and you will be reimbursed with tax-free dollars from your flexible spending account. This reduces the amount you pay in taxes and increases your spendable income. If you elect the PayFlex Debit Card, you will use your card at the time of service and the payment will be automatically deducted from your account.  Your spending account elections must be renewed each Annual Enrollment. Any unused portion of your annual election from the prior year will not carry forward to the new plan year.  The plan has two types of accounts:
"The Medical Expense Reimbursement Account; and
"The Dependent Day Care Expense Reimbursement Account (for care provided to your qualified dependent child or adult dependent if eligible).

Retirement Programs - The Company provides a number of vehicles that you can use to save for retirement. In addition to mandatory participation in the Teacher Retirement System of Texas (TRS) or the Optional Retirement Program (ORP), you can enroll in the Tax-Sheltered Annuity Program or the Deferred Compensation Plan. You are eligible for retirement benefits with TRS or in the ORP on your first day of employment. You may enroll in the TSA or DCP at any time.

Teacher Retirement System - TRS is a defined benefit retirement plan governed by Internal Revenue Code Section 401(a). All eligible employees are automatically enrolled in TRS on their first day of employment. Employee and employer contributions go into a large trust fund that is managed by knowledgeable professionals. Retirement benefits are based on legislatively determined formulas. You are vested after five years of service with a right to a retirement benefit. There are also disability and death and survivor benefits available to TRS members.

Optional Retirement Program - The Optional Retirement Program (ORP) may be chosen by certain employees in lieu of TRS based on the job they perform. This program is a defined contribution plan governed by Internal Revenue Code Section 403(b). Benefits are based on the performance of the investments selected and are controlled by the employee. You are vested after one year and one day of participation with a right to both employee and employer contributions. This program provides a greater degree of portability than TRS.

There are significant differences between the ORP and TRS. Please see An Overview of TRS and ORP , provided by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board for a comprehensive review of these differences.
Voluntary Retirement Savings Programs

The company offers two voluntary retirement savings programs, the TSA (403(b)) and the DCP (457(b)). These programs allow you to tax-defer additional income for retirement, through pre-tax contributions. The programs do not include an employer contribution. Participants reduce their taxable income by making pre-tax contributions from their paycheck to invest in a fixed or variable annuities or mutual funds with an authorized company. As investments grow, the earnings are tax-deferred until the money is withdrawn; presumably at retirement when income tax rates are generally lower.

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Correctional Dentist - Florida

Facility Type: Male, Medium-security
Population: 1884
Location: Rural

Employment status: Direct employment (W2)
Salary: 135,000/year plus comprehensive benefits
Hours: Day hours Monday thru Friday; 40 hours
Practitioners: One dentist and one dental assistant.

Benefits include - Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Malpractice, AD&D, Short-term and Long-term Disability, Flexible Spending Account (FSAs), Life Assistance Program, Advocacy Services, 401k with a 5% match, Paid Time Off (27 days to start), 9 Paid Holidays, Bereavement Leave and Relocation Assistance

BENEFITS:  Full time employees working 30 hours or more per week are eligible for coverage the first of the month following 30 days of employment. Dependents are eligible for coverage the day the employee becomes eligible or the day the dependent is acquired. Eligible dependents are classified as spouse or children up to age 24 who are at least 50% or more financially dependent upon the employee.

Medical:  Staff may choose from two medical plan options: a high deductible health plan (HDHP) featuring a health savings account, and a PPO plan. Both plans are administered by CIGNA Healthcare, a leading national healthcare carrier. The plans cover a wide range of services, including office visits, preventive care, hospitalization and prescription drugs.

Dental and Vision:  Administered by CIGNA. The plan offers both in-network and out-of-network benefits.

Life:  The company provides group term life insurance equal to 2 times base annual salary at no cost to employees. Group term life insurance is provided for dependent spouse and/or children at no cost to the employee, if the dependents are enrolled in the medical plan.

Paid Time Off (PTO) may be used for vacation, illness, personal business, family illness or holidays not observed by the company. PTO is based on length of service and hours paid each pay period. A waiting period may apply.

Holidays:  The Company observes nine paid holidays each year; New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Day, Presidents' Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans' Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Bereavement Leave:  The company provides employees with up to three days of paid leave in the event of an immediate family member's death.

AD&D:  The company provides accidental death & dismemberment (AD&D) insurance equal to 2 times base annual salary at no cost to employees.

Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs):  Employees may set aside up to $3,000 per year on pre-tax basis to pay for certain out-of-pocket medical expenses.  Employees can set aside up to $5,000 per year on pre-tax basis to pay for eligible dependent care expenses.  Certain limits may apply. Employees who elect the HSA medical may participate in the FSA for dental and vision related expenses only.

Short-term Disability:  The company provides short term disability coverage at no cost to employees. 60% of weekly earnings to a maximum of $2,500 per week up to 12 weeks.

Long-term Disability:  60% of weekly earnings to a maximum of $10,000 per month. Long Term Disability Insurance is a voluntary election and premium rates vary based on age and rate of pay.

Life Assistance Program (LAP): provides free 24-hour counseling support for employees experiencing personal difficulties, as well as other benefits such as will preparation, identity theft and survivor financial counseling.

Advocacy Services: The company provides a third-party Advocacy Service to assist employees who may be experiencing medical claim problems, or who have questions about their plans.

Retirement Benefits: The employer may adopt the retirement plan offered by the company. Following are some of the basic provisions of the 401(k) Plan:  After 12 months and 1,000 hours of service, eligible employees can defer 1% to 90% of eligible gross pay, on a pre-tax basis, up to IRS limits. The plan also allows catch up contributions for eligible employees age 50 and over. Contributions to the plan for those classified as Highly Compensated Employees (HCEs) or Key Employees may be limited based on the plan's annual testing requirements.  The employer matches your employee contributions - dollar for dollar - up to 5% of your eligible salary. You must work at least 1,000 hours and be actively employed with your employer at the end of the calendar year to receive the match.  You are always 100% vested in the fair market value of your own contributions to the plan. You become vested in your employer's matching contributions over time: 20% after 2 years of service; 40% after 3 years; 80% after 4 years; and 100% after 5 years. The plan also provides for 100% vesting upon reaching the plan's retirement age of 62, permanent disability or death.  The company 401(k) Plan offers several investment options that vary in risk and return potential, including more conservative choices, such as stable value fund and a bond fund; six target date funds; a balanced fund; and more aggressive choices such as a large cap (growth) mutual funds; growth & income funds, and an international fund. Investment and financial planning assistance is also available to participants through an outside firm.

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