Why Work at Sentinel?
At Sentinel, we want more than just employees. We're looking for a diverse workforce to help us provide the highest value and service our customers and probationers deserve.
We empower our workforce with the opportunity and encouragement to accomplish their career goals. Sentinel is built from the ground UP! We hire at entry level, providing custom training from within, while encouraging our workforce to constantly learn, grow and be ready to move up.
With the support of Sentinel management our workforce works hard making a positive contribution to their community.
Our competitive benefits package is designed to offer you a wide range of health, retirement and career-oriented benefits.
Sentinel offers a variety of health and wellness benefits so that eligible employees may select the ones that best fit their needs.
Sentinel Workforce States
- Medical: Choose from several coverage options, including a PPO with a deductible, regional HMO's that vary according to the state where you live.
- Dental: Our plan offers diagnostic, preventive and restorative care at both the DHMO and PPO level.
- Flexible spending accounts: Set aside money from your pay on a tax-free basis and use those funds to reimburse yourself for eligible health care and dependent daycare expenses.
- Life insurance: Receive company-paid basic life insurance and elect supplemental coverage that fits your needs.
- Short-term and Long-term disability plan: This plan is paid 100 percent by employee.
- Sentinel 401(k) and Profit Sharing Plan: Full and Part-time employees can defer up to 15 percent of your eligible pre-tax earnings (up to federal maximums) the first quarter after 90 days of employment.
- Learning and development: Sentinel offers a variety of leadership education and professional and career development opportunities through Mind Leaders to help you maximize your talents and grow in your career.
- Educational Reimbursement: Based on years of service, Sentinel will assist you with your ongoing educational development.
- Vacation: Eligible employees receive one to three weeks each year, depending on years of service and classification.
- Holidays: Eligible full-time employees enjoy seven days each year.
- Sick leave: Eligible full-time employees receive up to 48 hours per year
California, Oregon, State of Washington, Colorado, Nevada, Texas, Oklahoma, Georgia, Florida, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York, and Indiana