AMERICAN COLLEGE OF RHEUMATOLOGY

2200 Lake Boulevard NE Atlanta, Georgia 30319

With nearly 8,500 physicians, health professionals, researchers, medical students, and scientists worldwide, the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) is the home of the rheumatology community.

Founded in 1934, ACR is a non-profit, professional membership organization committed to excellence in advancing the study of rheumatology and treatment of rheumatic disease. On the forefront of cutting-edge information with countless opportunities for rheumatology professionals to expand their networks and build strong education foundations for their teams, ACR empowers you to break barriers in patient care.

The Association of Rheumatology Professionals (ARP) is the interprofessional division of the American College of Rheumatology, supporting the needs of this diverse group of interprofessionals working in the medical subspeciality of rheumatology by providing professional training and development, research, advocacy, and practice resources.

Since its founding in 1985, the Rheumatology Research Foundation (the largest private funding source for rheumatology research and training in the U.S.) has invested more than $205 million directly into its two mission priorities: rheumatology training and development and targeted rheumatic disease research. Programs funded by the Foundation train the next generation of rheumatology professionals who are tackling rheumatology’s challenges and working toward discoveries to improve the health of people with rheumatic disease.

Benefits

LEAVE BENEFITS
• Paid Holiday Leave – ACR has 13 annual paid holidays - New Year’s Day, MLK Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day (plus Friday), Year End Break (last 5 business days of the year), plus 1 floating holiday.
• Personal Time Off (PTO) Begin on your DOH. PTO hours will be calculated semi-monthly (each pay period). PTO hours NEVER pay out upon termination; unless legally required.

FAMILY FRIENDLY BENEFITS
Flextime – 35-hour work-week standard (Full-time status is based on working 35 hours a week)
• As of August 2020, the ACR began allowing employees to work 8 hours a day (of
which 1 hour must be taken for lunch) in each 24-hour period. 4 of the 8 hours
must be worked during “core business hours”; which you may obtain from your
immediate supervisor.

LIFE & DISABILITY BENEFITS (paid at 100% by the ACR)
• Life Insurance
• Short Term Disability
• Long Term Disability
• Hospital Indemnity

VOLUNTARY LIFE BENEFITS (paid at 100% by the employee)

SAVINGS AND RETIREMENT BENEFITS
• Retirement 401(k) / Roth Plan
1. ACR pays an amount equal to 8% of salary as of first enrollment date and pays an additional 6.2% once you reach FICA Wage Base.
2. 8% breakdown: 3% vests immediately (Safe Harbor); 5% fully vested after 3 complete years of service
3. Conditions of Eligibility: 90 days of service will be required; an employee enters the Plan on the first day of the month coinciding with or following meeting the eligibility requirements.

Health Insurance Coverage begins on date of hire
Medical
There are two plan options to choose from:
• PPO 500 Plan
• High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP)

Health Savings Account (HSA) – (is paired with HDHP) Individual HSA and Family HSA

Dental – (fully insured plan)

Vision – (fully insured plan)

Flexible Spending Account Individual FSA and Dependent Care FSA

Current Job Openings

There are no active positions available at this time.

2200 Lake Boulevard NE
Atlanta Georgia 30319
United States

  • Office Phone 4046333777

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