Camber Corporation offers an excellent benefits package for its full-time employees
Vacation, Holidays, & Sick Leave
Vacation: Less than three years
- Accrued at 2 weeks per year
Vacation: Three to ten years
- Accrued at 3 weeks per year
Vacation: After ten years (11+)
- Accrued at 4 weeks per year
Holidays: Full-time employees receive ten paid holidays per year.
Sick Leave: Accrued at four days per year
Camber offers a Cafeteria Plan for full-time employees. Employees may choose compensation redirection (pre-tax) for reimbursement of qualifying health care and dependent care.
Short-Term/Long-Term Disability Insurance
Camber provides both short-term and long-term disability insurance to its employees. This is a non-contributory insurance plan in which all full-time employees are enrolled.
Life Insurance and AD&D
Camber offers all full-time employees the option to purchase Group Term Life and AD&D insurance in employee-selected increments. Coverage is provided by Reliance Standard Life Insurance Company.
Camber offers Group Health Insurance for all full-time employees and dependents through the Cafeteria Plan. Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Alabama administers the plan, which is linked to BC/BS member physicians in other states.
Camber offers Group Dental coverage for all full-time employees and their dependents through the Cafeteria Plan. Coverage is provided by The Guardian. (100% Preventive, 80% Basic, 50% Major)
401K Retirement Plan
Camber has a 401K Plan in place for all full-time employees. The 401K plan is offered through Fidelity Investments.
Camber Corporation recognizes the importance of its employees to the success of the company. It therefore encourages all employees to participate in company meetings and forums, and to recommend changes that would enhance the company’s success.
Note: This information is intended as a preliminary overview for prospective employees. The authoritative detail of these benefits will be given in the materials provided during the hiring process. That information may be more current, and does provide additional information that is important to making benefits decisions such as elective insurance coverage.