The University of Cincinnati is committed to offering a competitive compensation, benefits and advancement opportunities that maximize our ability to recruit, retain, reward and motivate highly-qualified and diverse faculty and staff.
The University of Cincinnati is committed to managing pay, benefits, and career-related services in a way that:
Total Compensation is viewed as a comprehensive total rewards package, which includes base pay and fringe benefits, such as medical/ hospitalization, accident, life insurance, retirement benefits, bonus plans, and time off (vacation, leaves). As total compensation is comprised of both compensation and benefits, it is important to understand the university’s compensation philosophy and benefits philosophy.
Base pay for unclassified positions is based upon an individual’s skill, education, and experience. Base pay for classified positions is governed by University rules and/or covered by a specific bargaining unit agreement (paid at least the published minimum of the pay range or pay band for their position classification).
Pay Guiding Principles
The University of Cincinnati strives to pay employees in ways that reward contribution, recognize quality performance, and encourage growth and development:
The University of Cincinnati believes that a healthy and secure workforce is best able to contribute to the accomplishment of the university’s mission. The university provides an array of comprehensive and competitive benefit programs for its employees and their families to help address their differing needs throughout the various stages of their university career.
Benefits Guiding Principles
The University of Cincinnati will deliver an employee benefits program that: