The University of Scranton is committed to a compensation philosophy that:

  • Is consistent with its Catholic and Jesuit identity
  • Supports the University’s mission by rewarding employees who are committed to the mission
  • Supports the University’s Strategic Plan and Financial Plan
  • The University of Scranton appreciates that its employees value many of the benefits provide by the Institution, and the University is committed to maintaining a competitive total compensation approach

The University of Scranton's compensation program is intended to provide competitive, fair, and equitable salaries and benefits to attract, retain, and engage highly qualified administrators and staff. To this end, the University will:

  • Provide salary opportunities that are based on job responsibilities, competitive within the markets in which the University competes for talent and promote internal equity with jobs across campus that have similar duties, with consideration for the financial resources of the University
  • Recognize and reward expertise, sustained contributions, and performance
  • Ensure understanding of the compensation program through open, clear, and accessible communication and continued employee training on key components of the program

See the Staff Compensation Administration Guidelines

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