Employment Opportunities

Have you been looking for employment with purpose? Then, we need to talk!

Employment Opportunities

Have you been looking for employment with purpose? Then, we need to talk!

Employment Opportunities

Have you been looking for employment with purpose? Then, we need to talk!

A Career with Purpose

If you are looking to use your talent and skills in a position that provides purpose, Choices may be for you. Click on the position(s) below to find out more.

If you’d like to explore an employment opportunity with Choices, click the button below to give us some of your initial information.

The Center Director manages and oversees the day-to-day operations of the Mesa Choices Center.  This individual will help to build and maintain a strong cohesive team consisting of non-clinical paid staff, volunteers and the medical team.  In addition, they will work with their counterparts in other Choices Centers to identify, explore and discuss best practices across the organization in pursuit of continuous improvement, consistency and a greater experience for clients, volunteers and staff. Responsibilities and preferred qualifications include, but are not limited to:

  • Manage daily staffing or paid/volunteer team members to ensure optimal operation of the center in relationship to client appointments
  • Regularly review productivity and make staffing adjustments as necessary based on client appointment flow
  • Solid understanding of policies and procedures to ensure daily adherence with the center to serve with excellence
  • Conduct regular one-on-ones, staff meetings, and annual performance evaluations for the staff/volunteers.  Monitoring and identifying strengths and weaknesses and providing appropriate mentoring, training and when necessary disciplinary actions to improve performance
  • Interact with medical team members in the center to build a collaborative team environment among non-medical and medical personnel.  Work with appropriate medical manager on scheduling of medical team.  Communicate with the Director of Nursing regarding medical opportunities or challenges within the center
  • Partner with appropriate corporate staff to build strong relationships within a specified radius of the center with key audiences such as financial partners, community groups, medical community, high school and post secondary schools, churches, pro-life parachurch organizations, etc. to build awareness and partnerships for our mission, vision and services
  • Monitor monthly Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) of the center and provide insights in any variance from goals.  Provide regular input and observations from the specific center the Director oversees to corporate management, proactively identifying opportunities and challenges on the frontline of serving our clients and the community in relationship to our mission, vision and goals
  • Help to develop Client Services budget and manage specific center budget to ensure the center is operating within financial parameters
  • Associates or undergraduate degree preferred or relevant work experience with paid and volunteer team members (medical or community health clinical environment is an asset)
  • Bilingual Spanish/English desirable
  • Some local travel required

Click here to view our Statement of Faith and get the application process started. We can’t wait to meet you.

The Center Administrative Assistant makes a critical first impression on clients as they answer the phone and welcome clients into the center. They will also assist in the daily operations of the center to provide the highest level of customer service and client experience that reinforces our desire to provide a #GreaterLove4PHX. Responsibilities and preferred qualifications include, but are not limited to:

  • Support Center Director/Assistant Center Director/Center Coordinator in daily operations of the center as assigned.
  • Demonstrate consistent and regular onsite attendance to ensure effective Client Services.
  • Ability to think and respond quickly and factually, answering questions/concerns from walk-ins or phone calls in regards to our services and the importance of receiving the facts in regards to their situation.
  • Notifies appropriate staff and volunteers of client arrival.
  • Be willing to pray with, and share a spiritual viewpoint and the gospel when appropriate
  • Oversee the front desk area by visually and verbally maintaining a professional environment.
  • Understand and identify outside entities (such as Human Coalition, sidewalk counselors, etc.)  that feed calls and inquiries into our center and either handle or quickly hand them off to the Center Coordinator.
  • Communicate in a timely manner all negative feedback from clients or trends you may be seeing in regards to Choices communications (website, texts, Google My Business, etc.) to Office Coordinator for resolution.
  • Provide routine clerical and administrative duties (scheduling appointments, client intake, etc.).
  • Works with appropriate center staff/volunteers to schedule any follow-up appointments.
  • Assist in coordinating outbound client follow-up calls with Choices team to check on clients and to offer any appropriate services.
  • Assist with various data entry and run reports as requested.
  • Assist with and provide client advocacy when needed.
  • Manage the client survey process and identify and record client comments for use in various Choices communication channels.
  • Identify suspicious or unruly activity in the lobby or parking area and take appropriate steps as outlined in Choices processes/procedures.
  • Must be able to occasionally lift 25 pounds.

Click here to view our Statement of Faith and get the application process started. We can’t wait to meet you.

The Director of Client Education and Support directs the planning and implementation of all client education programs aligned with the mission and vision of Choices. The Director of Client Education and Support is responsible for developing a program delivery schedule that provides training on-demand and in locations that work for participants with the goal to ensure that Choices’ clients receive excellent education and support across all Choices’ locations. The Director of Client Education and Support suggests enhancements to existing training programs and oversees and establishes relationships with churches and community partners to further provide needed ongoing education, resources, and support. Responsibilities and preferred qualifications include, but are not limited to:

  • Ability to hire, build, lead, develop and motivate direct staff members and volunteers.
  • Ability to identify and suggest needed improvements to education and support being provided to clients.
  • Ability to think critically and work in a fast-paced environment, making appropriate decisions beneficial to organization and clients
  • Excellent time-management skills and ability to multitask and prioritize work.
  • Excellent team-building skills with ability to lead professionally and spiritually.
  • Self-starter who is strongly motivated by goals, yet has the emotional intelligence necessary to be patient and sensitive while building strong relationships.
  • Research, create and plan engaging, comprehensive educational programs based on client needs and business goals.
  • Design and maintain educational manuals, materials, processes, and procedures.
  • Effectively engage individuals of different backgrounds and skill levels.
  • Work cross-functionally to achieve organizational goals and deepen educational impact by identifying opportunities for additional training and development.
  • Experience with managing quarterly and annual budgets.
  • Possess proven administration, organization, leadership, and strong people skills.
  • Strong communication skills both written and verbal in order to effectively train individuals and groups.
  • Experience and or good knowledge in managing and complying with budgets.
  • Meet department goals and Key Performance Indicators.
  • Lead or co-lead training and workshops.
  • Coordinate events for client education clients including holiday parties, guest speakers, and nurse-hosted sessions done in-house.
  • Expand Choices awareness by attending community and local church events that pertain to programs and topics that fall under Client Education and Support. Some of which include: pregnancy, parenting, fatherhood and life skills classes, abortion recovery, discipleship and bridges.
  • Associate or Undergraduate degree preferred or relevant work experience with paid and volunteer team members.
  • Bilingual Spanish/English desirable.

Click here to view our Statement of Faith and get the application process started. We can’t wait to meet you.

The Director of Training directs the design, planning, and implementation of all training programs (including Volunteer, Medical, OSHA, and all Client Services umbrella sub-groups) aligned with the objectives and strategy of Choices. The Director of Training collaborates with management teams and executive leadership to assess ongoing and future training and development needs and the effectiveness of established programs. The Director of Training is responsible for developing a program delivery schedule that provides training as needed and in locations that work for participants. Provides engaging communications about program information to encourage participation and highlight the value and benefits of training. Additionally, the Director of Training approves new training techniques, suggests enhancements to existing training programs, and oversees and establishes relationships with vendors to provide additional outside training programs.

Click here to view our Statement of Faith and get the application process started. We can’t wait to meet you.

The Medical Assistant phlebotomist will be responsible for obtaining and processing specimens, maintaining the laboratory, assisting the healthcare provider with exams, and coordinating with the RN to ensure the proper flow of the clinic.

    • Must be a great listener, highly observant, and an excellent communicator
    • Ability to handle stressful situations in a professional manner, maintaining a positive outlook and disposition.
    • Proficiency or ability to quickly learn Google Business Products (Docs, Sheets, Drive, Gmail) and other client management software.
    • Maintains accurate records, and follows through on provider’s orders.
    • Lab specimen collection and processing.
    • Assists providers with exams and treatments as needed.
    • Ensures centers compliance with OSHA standards and communicates deficiencies to the Nurse Manager and Center director.
    • Scheduling
    • High School Diploma or GED Required- or specific education required.
    • Basic Computer skills.
    • 2 years clinical experience desired.
    • Strong phlebotomy skills.
    • Medical Assistant/Phlebotomist in good standing with the state of Arizona.

Click here to view our Statement of Faith and get the application process started. We can’t wait to meet you.

Compassionate and motivated Health Care Provider (HCP) with certification as a Physician, Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant, to work alongside the Choices Medical Team in a newly reconstructed STD clinic. The HCP’s primary role will be to evaluate, diagnose, and treat clients. Trained nursing staff will work in conjunction with the HCP to educate clients on Sexual Health and Life Choices based on Biblical standards of sexual integrity as well as address additional social issues.

    • Obtains comprehensive health and psycho-social history
    • Assesses for evidence of domestic violence, sexual abuse, or human trafficking
    • Performs comprehensive or appropriate problem-focused physical assessment
    • Recognizes emergency situations and initiates emergency care
    • Orders, performs, and interprets screening and diagnostic procedures and tests
    • Develops and analyzes differential diagnoses that are based on clinical and laboratory data
    • Recommends diagnostic and therapeutic interventions with attention to safety, efficacy, and cost-effectiveness
    • Prescribes medications as regulated by Arizona state law and educates the client about the drug regimens, interactions, and side effects
    • Incorporates non-pharmacological therapies into practice
    • Medical Licensure and certification unrestricted and in good standing in the State of Arizona. Demonstrates competency in field and maintains standards of the profession
    • Preferred background in OB/GYN, but will consider Family Practice, Emergency Medicine, Urgent Care, and other specialties with extensive exposure to STD management

Click here to view our Statement of Faith and get the application process started. We can’t wait to meet you.

Check out our compensation package.

Following is a summary of our current compensation package for our full-time (32+ hours/week) team members.

2022 Holiday Schedule

The following eighteen (18) paid Holidays will be observed and paid for in 2022 for full-time employees, if they are normally scheduled to work on the day the Holiday is observed. The Holiday Schedule is determined annually.

  • New Year’s Day, 1/1/2022
  • Good Friday, 4/15/2022
  • Memorial Day, 5/30/2022
  • Independence Day, 7/4/2022
  • Labor Day, 9/5/2022
  • Veteran’s Day, 11/11/2022
  • Thanksgiving, 11/23/2022 @ 2:00 p.m. – 11/25/2022
  • Christmas, 12/19/2022 – 1/2/2023 — YES, two weeks of regularly scheduled paid time-off, for all employees, to celebrate the best birthday of all!

Birthdays are a BIG Deal to Us
Speaking of birthdays, at Choices we love to celebrate life. That’s why all employees receive their birthday off with pay.

Floating Holiday
Choices also allows one day per year as a “floating holiday”.

Mission Trips, Camps, Retreats
Choices encourages its employees to participate in mission trips, camps or retreats. You may be granted a maximum of five (5) scheduled workdays (40 scheduled work hours for a full-time employee, pro-rated for 32+ hour employees). You must receive approval from your supervisor.

Start Your Work Day with POWER
Before we open to serve each day, we gather (virtually) across the Phoenix Valley for a time of prayer, Bible reading and worship. We don’t move until we plug into the true POWER source!

Delicious All-Staff Meetings
We value getting our team together for a time of laughter, sharing, education and being thankful for what God is doing. All-Staff Meetings are regularly scheduled with LUNCH provided by generous financial partners and by Choices.

Vacations and Vacation Pay
Eligible employees will begin accruing vacation time on the first day of employment. Thereafter, employees accrue vacation time every pay period. As a full-time employee you can accrue up to 80 hours of vacation per year, up to 5 years of service. After 5 years of service full-time employees will accrue 120 hours. Employees who regularly work 32-39 hours per week accrue vacation time on a prorated basis.

Earned Paid Sick Time (PST)
You will accrue 2.0 hours of PST for every 30 hours worked, up to a maximum of 80.0 hours/year. After 5+ years, you will accrue up to a maximum of 120 hours/year.

Salary
Pay periods are bi-weekly (every other Friday) .

Group Health (Medical Insurance)
You are eligible for and may enroll in group health (medical) insurance coverage. The cost of coverage for you is paid in-part by Choices (currently up to $340/month) and in-part by you through authorized pre-tax payroll deductions. If you elect coverage for eligible dependents, the cost is paid in-full by you through authorized payroll deductions.

Group Dental and Vision Insurance
Access to low-cost dental and vision insurance. The cost of coverage for you (and any eligible dependents) is paid in-full by you through authorized pre-tax payroll deductions.

Group Term Life Insurance, including AD&D
The cost of coverage for you is paid in-full by Choices.

Long-Term Disability (LTD) Insurance
The cost of coverage for you is paid in-full by Choices.

Supplemental Insurance Plans
Certain Supplemental Insurance Plans are available to Choices employees.

Group Insurances Enrollment and Payroll Deductions
You are encouraged to enroll for group insurance coverage(s) once you are formally employed by Choices. Coverage will begin on the first day of the month following sixty (60) calendar days of employment PROVIDED you enroll before the deadline.

Cafeteria (Section 125) Plan
Full and part-time benefits eligible employees can pay the cost of their and their dependents health, dental, vision, supplemental insurance premiums on a pre-tax basis (from pre-taxed dollars). Choices has set up a Section 125 Plan for this purpose. Paying for insurance costs on a pre-tax basis typically results in higher net pay (pay after taxes) than if the costs are deducted from after-tax dollars.

This summary of compensation and benefits is meant to give a general overview. Please refer to the Choices Employee Handbook for full details.

Download the PDF version.

I’m Interested

A Career with Purpose

If you are looking to use your talent and skills in a position that provides purpose, Choices may be for you. Click on the position(s) below to find out more.

If you’d like to explore an employment opportunity with Choices, click the button below to give us some of your initial information.

The Center Director manages and oversees the day-to-day operations of the Mesa Choices Center.  This individual will help to build and maintain a strong cohesive team consisting of non-clinical paid staff, volunteers and the medical team.  In addition, they will work with their counterparts in other Choices Centers to identify, explore and discuss best practices across the organization in pursuit of continuous improvement, consistency and a greater experience for clients, volunteers and staff. Responsibilities and preferred qualifications include, but are not limited to:

  • Manage daily staffing or paid/volunteer team members to ensure optimal operation of the center in relationship to client appointments
  • Regularly review productivity and make staffing adjustments as necessary based on client appointment flow
  • Solid understanding of policies and procedures to ensure daily adherence with the center to serve with excellence
  • Conduct regular one-on-ones, staff meetings, and annual performance evaluations for the staff/volunteers.  Monitoring and identifying strengths and weaknesses and providing appropriate mentoring, training and when necessary disciplinary actions to improve performance
  • Interact with medical team members in the center to build a collaborative team environment among non-medical and medical personnel.  Work with appropriate medical manager on scheduling of medical team.  Communicate with the Director of Nursing regarding medical opportunities or challenges within the center
  • Partner with appropriate corporate staff to build strong relationships within a specified radius of the center with key audiences such as financial partners, community groups, medical community, high school and post secondary schools, churches, pro-life parachurch organizations, etc. to build awareness and partnerships for our mission, vision and services
  • Monitor monthly Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) of the center and provide insights in any variance from goals.  Provide regular input and observations from the specific center the Director oversees to corporate management, proactively identifying opportunities and challenges on the frontline of serving our clients and the community in relationship to our mission, vision and goals
  • Help to develop Client Services budget and manage specific center budget to ensure the center is operating within financial parameters
  • Associates or undergraduate degree preferred or relevant work experience with paid and volunteer team members (medical or community health clinical environment is an asset)
  • Bilingual Spanish/English desirable
  • Some local travel required

Click here to view our Statement of Faith and get the application process started. We can’t wait to meet you.

The Center Administrative Assistant makes a critical first impression on clients as they answer the phone and welcome clients into the center. They will also assist in the daily operations of the center to provide the highest level of customer service and client experience that reinforces our desire to provide a #GreaterLove4PHX. Responsibilities and preferred qualifications include, but are not limited to:

  • Support Center Director/Assistant Center Director/Center Coordinator in daily operations of the center as assigned.
  • Demonstrate consistent and regular onsite attendance to ensure effective Client Services.
  • Ability to think and respond quickly and factually, answering questions/concerns from walk-ins or phone calls in regards to our services and the importance of receiving the facts in regards to their situation.
  • Notifies appropriate staff and volunteers of client arrival.
  • Be willing to pray with, and share a spiritual viewpoint and the gospel when appropriate
  • Oversee the front desk area by visually and verbally maintaining a professional environment.
  • Understand and identify outside entities (such as Human Coalition, sidewalk counselors, etc.)  that feed calls and inquiries into our center and either handle or quickly hand them off to the Center Coordinator.
  • Communicate in a timely manner all negative feedback from clients or trends you may be seeing in regards to Choices communications (website, texts, Google My Business, etc.) to Office Coordinator for resolution.
  • Provide routine clerical and administrative duties (scheduling appointments, client intake, etc.).
  • Works with appropriate center staff/volunteers to schedule any follow-up appointments.
  • Assist in coordinating outbound client follow-up calls with Choices team to check on clients and to offer any appropriate services.
  • Assist with various data entry and run reports as requested.
  • Assist with and provide client advocacy when needed.
  • Manage the client survey process and identify and record client comments for use in various Choices communication channels.
  • Identify suspicious or unruly activity in the lobby or parking area and take appropriate steps as outlined in Choices processes/procedures.
  • Must be able to occasionally lift 25 pounds.

Click here to view our Statement of Faith and get the application process started. We can’t wait to meet you.

The Director of Client Education and Support directs the planning and implementation of all client education programs aligned with the mission and vision of Choices. The Director of Client Education and Support is responsible for developing a program delivery schedule that provides training on-demand and in locations that work for participants with the goal to ensure that Choices’ clients receive excellent education and support across all Choices’ locations. The Director of Client Education and Support suggests enhancements to existing training programs and oversees and establishes relationships with churches and community partners to further provide needed ongoing education, resources, and support. Responsibilities and preferred qualifications include, but are not limited to:

  • Ability to hire, build, lead, develop and motivate direct staff members and volunteers.
  • Ability to identify and suggest needed improvements to education and support being provided to clients.
  • Ability to think critically and work in a fast-paced environment, making appropriate decisions beneficial to organization and clients
  • Excellent time-management skills and ability to multitask and prioritize work.
  • Excellent team-building skills with ability to lead professionally and spiritually.
  • Self-starter who is strongly motivated by goals, yet has the emotional intelligence necessary to be patient and sensitive while building strong relationships.
  • Research, create and plan engaging, comprehensive educational programs based on client needs and business goals.
  • Design and maintain educational manuals, materials, processes, and procedures.
  • Effectively engage individuals of different backgrounds and skill levels.
  • Work cross-functionally to achieve organizational goals and deepen educational impact by identifying opportunities for additional training and development.
  • Experience with managing quarterly and annual budgets.
  • Possess proven administration, organization, leadership, and strong people skills.
  • Strong communication skills both written and verbal in order to effectively train individuals and groups.
  • Experience and or good knowledge in managing and complying with budgets.
  • Meet department goals and Key Performance Indicators.
  • Lead or co-lead training and workshops.
  • Coordinate events for client education clients including holiday parties, guest speakers, and nurse-hosted sessions done in-house.
  • Expand Choices awareness by attending community and local church events that pertain to programs and topics that fall under Client Education and Support. Some of which include: pregnancy, parenting, fatherhood and life skills classes, abortion recovery, discipleship and bridges.
  • Associate or Undergraduate degree preferred or relevant work experience with paid and volunteer team members.
  • Bilingual Spanish/English desirable.

Click here to view our Statement of Faith and get the application process started. We can’t wait to meet you.

The Director of Training directs the design, planning, and implementation of all training programs (including Volunteer, Medical, OSHA, and all Client Services umbrella sub-groups) aligned with the objectives and strategy of Choices. The Director of Training collaborates with management teams and executive leadership to assess ongoing and future training and development needs and the effectiveness of established programs. The Director of Training is responsible for developing a program delivery schedule that provides training as needed and in locations that work for participants. Provides engaging communications about program information to encourage participation and highlight the value and benefits of training. Additionally, the Director of Training approves new training techniques, suggests enhancements to existing training programs, and oversees and establishes relationships with vendors to provide additional outside training programs.

Click here to view our Statement of Faith and get the application process started. We can’t wait to meet you.

The Medical Assistant phlebotomist will be responsible for obtaining and processing specimens, maintaining the laboratory, assisting the healthcare provider with exams, and coordinating with the RN to ensure the proper flow of the clinic.

    • Must be a great listener, highly observant, and an excellent communicator
    • Ability to handle stressful situations in a professional manner, maintaining a positive outlook and disposition.
    • Proficiency or ability to quickly learn Google Business Products (Docs, Sheets, Drive, Gmail) and other client management software.
    • Maintains accurate records, and follows through on provider’s orders.
    • Lab specimen collection and processing.
    • Assists providers with exams and treatments as needed.
    • Ensures centers compliance with OSHA standards and communicates deficiencies to the Nurse Manager and Center director.
    • Scheduling
    • High School Diploma or GED Required- or specific education required.
    • Basic Computer skills.
    • 2 years clinical experience desired.
    • Strong phlebotomy skills.
    • Medical Assistant/Phlebotomist in good standing with the state of Arizona.

Click here to view our Statement of Faith and get the application process started. We can’t wait to meet you.

Compassionate and motivated Health Care Provider (HCP) with certification as a Physician, Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant, to work alongside the Choices Medical Team in a newly reconstructed STD clinic. The HCP’s primary role will be to evaluate, diagnose, and treat clients. Trained nursing staff will work in conjunction with the HCP to educate clients on Sexual Health and Life Choices based on Biblical standards of sexual integrity as well as address additional social issues.

    • Obtains comprehensive health and psycho-social history
    • Assesses for evidence of domestic violence, sexual abuse, or human trafficking
    • Performs comprehensive or appropriate problem-focused physical assessment
    • Recognizes emergency situations and initiates emergency care
    • Orders, performs, and interprets screening and diagnostic procedures and tests
    • Develops and analyzes differential diagnoses that are based on clinical and laboratory data
    • Recommends diagnostic and therapeutic interventions with attention to safety, efficacy, and cost-effectiveness
    • Prescribes medications as regulated by Arizona state law and educates the client about the drug regimens, interactions, and side effects
    • Incorporates non-pharmacological therapies into practice
    • Medical Licensure and certification unrestricted and in good standing in the State of Arizona. Demonstrates competency in field and maintains standards of the profession
    • Preferred background in OB/GYN, but will consider Family Practice, Emergency Medicine, Urgent Care, and other specialties with extensive exposure to STD management

Click here to view our Statement of Faith and get the application process started. We can’t wait to meet you.

Check out our compensation package.

Following is a summary of our current compensation package for our full-time (32+ hours/week) team members.

2022 Holiday Schedule

The following eighteen (18) paid Holidays will be observed and paid for in 2022 for full-time employees, if they are normally scheduled to work on the day the Holiday is observed. The Holiday Schedule is determined annually.

  • New Year’s Day, 1/1/2022
  • Good Friday, 4/15/2022
  • Memorial Day, 5/30/2022
  • Independence Day, 7/4/2022
  • Labor Day, 9/5/2022
  • Veteran’s Day, 11/11/2022
  • Thanksgiving, 11/23/2022 @ 2:00 p.m. – 11/25/2022
  • Christmas, 12/19/2022 – 1/2/2023 — YES, two weeks of regularly scheduled paid time-off, for all employees, to celebrate the best birthday of all!

Birthdays are a BIG Deal to Us
Speaking of birthdays, at Choices we love to celebrate life. That’s why all employees receive their birthday off with pay.

Floating Holiday
Choices also allows one day per year as a “floating holiday”.

Mission Trips, Camps, Retreats
Choices encourages its employees to participate in mission trips, camps or retreats. You may be granted a maximum of five (5) scheduled workdays (40 scheduled work hours for a full-time employee, pro-rated for 32+ hour employees). You must receive approval from your supervisor.

Start Your Work Day with POWER
Before we open to serve each day, we gather (virtually) across the Phoenix Valley for a time of prayer, Bible reading and worship. We don’t move until we plug into the true POWER source!

Delicious All-Staff Meetings
We value getting our team together for a time of laughter, sharing, education and being thankful for what God is doing. All-Staff Meetings are regularly scheduled with LUNCH provided by generous financial partners and by Choices.

Vacations and Vacation Pay
Eligible employees will begin accruing vacation time on the first day of employment. Thereafter, employees accrue vacation time every pay period. As a full-time employee you can accrue up to 80 hours of vacation per year, up to 5 years of service. After 5 years of service full-time employees will accrue 120 hours. Employees who regularly work 32-39 hours per week accrue vacation time on a prorated basis.

Earned Paid Sick Time (PST)
You will accrue 2.0 hours of PST for every 30 hours worked, up to a maximum of 80.0 hours/year. After 5+ years, you will accrue up to a maximum of 120 hours/year.

Salary
Pay periods are bi-weekly (every other Friday) .

Group Health (Medical Insurance)
You are eligible for and may enroll in group health (medical) insurance coverage. The cost of coverage for you is paid in-part by Choices (currently up to $340/month) and in-part by you through authorized pre-tax payroll deductions. If you elect coverage for eligible dependents, the cost is paid in-full by you through authorized payroll deductions.

Group Dental and Vision Insurance
Access to low-cost dental and vision insurance. The cost of coverage for you (and any eligible dependents) is paid in-full by you through authorized pre-tax payroll deductions.

Group Term Life Insurance, including AD&D
The cost of coverage for you is paid in-full by Choices.

Long-Term Disability (LTD) Insurance
The cost of coverage for you is paid in-full by Choices.

Supplemental Insurance Plans
Certain Supplemental Insurance Plans are available to Choices employees.

Group Insurances Enrollment and Payroll Deductions
You are encouraged to enroll for group insurance coverage(s) once you are formally employed by Choices. Coverage will begin on the first day of the month following sixty (60) calendar days of employment PROVIDED you enroll before the deadline.

Cafeteria (Section 125) Plan
Full and part-time benefits eligible employees can pay the cost of their and their dependents health, dental, vision, supplemental insurance premiums on a pre-tax basis (from pre-taxed dollars). Choices has set up a Section 125 Plan for this purpose. Paying for insurance costs on a pre-tax basis typically results in higher net pay (pay after taxes) than if the costs are deducted from after-tax dollars.

This summary of compensation and benefits is meant to give a general overview. Please refer to the Choices Employee Handbook for full details.

Download the PDF version.

I’m Interested