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Whether at home, at work, or in the community, health and well-being is at the heart of everything we do. Our goal at Arkansas Children’s is to help employees and their families achieve their best health, so that they can make the most of life today and into the future. That is why we offer a comprehensive package of health benefits, paid time off, retirement savings plans, educational resources and much more through our Total Rewards program.
We offer the following opportunities to our employees:
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The Total Rewards Program is our commitment to providing you and your family with the resources you need to take care of what matters most. Your role is vital in delivering the exceptional care and experience our patients expect. You are a valuable member of the Arkansas Children’s team, and we want you to feel the same commitment from us that you extend to others. This is why we have developed a Total Rewards Program, which includes five branches that support your total well-being: financial, health, work-life, recognition, and career.
New employee health benefits begin the first day of hire. To receive benefits, you must enroll within 30 days of your first day of employment. If you do not enroll within 30 calendar days, you will not have benefits and will have to wait until Open Enrollment (in the fall of each year) to enroll unless you experience a qualifying life event (marriage, birth, etc.). If you experience a qualifying event, you have 30 days to enroll or adjust your coverage.
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Basic life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment insurance is a company-paid benefit provided to eligible employees only through Lincoln Financial Group. Your beneficiary(ies) receives one times your annual base salary, up to $300,000. You have the option to enroll in additional supplemental term and whole life plans. Short-term Disability is a company-paid benefit available to all eligible employees. Administered by Lincoln Financial Group, STD provides a percentage of your income if you become disabled or unable to work for more than 7 consecutive calendar days and continue for up to 13 weeks.Accident and Critical Illness insurance protects your budget from the unexpected expenses that can come with an accident or critical illness. You will receive cash benefits, which can be used for medical or personal expenses, should the unexpected occur.
Arkansas Children’s offers several programs that can assist in providing convenience with planning your short, and long-term goals to enhance your professional training as well as other daily activities. These programs can provide you with cost savings through discounts, tuition reimbursements, mental health, and financial wellbeing.
Arkansas Children's provides assistance to employees for completing educational degrees and professional certifications.
The Employee Assistance program is available to all Arkansas Children’s employees and members of your household, whether you are enrolled in a medical plan or not. Call the EAP whenever you need help solving a problem or understanding an issue that is new to your family environment.
Arkansas Children’s SMART plan will help you get a strategy in place at no cost to you! From offering basic investment education to compiling a personalized, step-by-step wealth management approach, Stephens, Inc. can help you reach your retirement goals.
Join a team where you can reach your highest potential, and make a difference in the lives of our patients, families, and fellow team members.
NOTE: If you are an individual with disabilities who needs accommodations or you are having difficulty using our website to apply for employment, please contact 501-364-1398 in Little Rock or 479-725-6959 in Springdale.