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Employee Benefits

At Barrett Hospital & HealthCare, we are committed to taking care of our employees just as they take care of our patients and community. We believe that offering competitive benefits is essential in attracting and retaining top talent. When you join our team, you become part of a supportive and inclusive workplace where your well-being matters. Refer to the Employee Benefit Guide below to see what benefits you can expect as a member of our family. 

We foster an inclusive workplace where every voice is heard and every perspective is valued. We believe that diverse teams lead to better patient care and a stronger community.

 

Join Barrett Hospital & HealthCare, and you'll not only be part of a dynamic healthcare team but also enjoy a wide range of benefits designed to enhance your quality of life. We're dedicated to your success and well-being.

 

Ready to join us? Explore our Job Listings and take the first step towards a rewarding career with Barrett Hospital & HealthCare.

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Employee Benefits

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Comprehensive Healthcare

We understand the importance of health and well-being. As a Barrett Hospital & HealthCare employee, you'll have access to a comprehensive healthcare package, including medical, dental, and vision coverage for you and your family. We offer a range of plans to fit your needs.

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Retirement Plans

Planning for your future is crucial, and we're here to help. Barrett Hospital & HealthCare offers retirement plans to help you save for your long-term goals. We provide competitive contributions to ensure your financial security in retirement.

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Total Compensation

We value your hard work and dedication. Our total compensation packages are designed to reward you for your contributions to our team. We regularly review and adjust salaries to remain competitive in the industry.

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Work life Balance

At Barrett Hospital & HealthCare, we deeply value the work-life balance of our team members, which is why we strive for flexible scheduling and competitive time off policies. Our commitment to your well-being is reflected in our adaptable work arrangements and a comprehensive paid time off policy that includes both PTO and sick leave.

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Community Involvement

We take pride in our community, and we encourage our employees to get involved. Barrett Hospital & HealthCare supports volunteer opportunities and community outreach programs, allowing you to give back to the community we serve.

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Career Development

Barrett Hospital & HealthCare invests in your growth and development. We provide opportunities for ongoing training, continuing education, and career advancement. We support your journey to achieve your career goals. To support our employees' professional development, Barrett Hospital & HealthCare offers tuition reimbursement and scholarships. You can take advantage of these programs to help offset the costs of  tuition, certification fees and other expenses associated with obtaining a college degree.

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2024 Barrett Employee Benefit Guide

FAQ's

Benefit-Eligible Team Members

  • Does Dillon have a newspaper?
    Yes, Dillon proudly hosts two newspapers, the Dillon Tribune and the Dillonite Daily, providing our community with local news, events, and important updates.
  • When are the Dillon Farmer's Markets?
    The Dillon Farmers' Market offers locally grown produce, as well as locally prepared or processed food specialties and baked goods, arts and crafts, children's activities, and a variety of entertainment and educational programs. This community event connects local producers and shoppers in an open-air setting.
  • How do I get to Dillon from the airport?
    Dillon, Montana is not served by a commercial airport with major airline service. However, the nearest airports with commercial flights are: 1. Bert Mooney Airport (BTM) in Butte, Montana: Bert Mooney Airport is approximately 70 miles (about 112 kilometers) northwest of Dillon. It's a regional airport with limited commercial flights. 2. Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN) in Bozeman, Montana: Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport is the closest major airport to Dillon. It is approximately 109 miles (about 233 kilometers) northeast of Dillon, which takes about 1 hr 45min drive. BZN offers a wider range of domestic flight options and is the most common choice for travelers visiting Dillon. https://bozemanairport.com/flights
  • How far is it to Yellowstone National Park and how do I get there?
    Yellowstone National Park is located in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. The distance to Yellowstone National Park from Dillon can vary depending on which entrance you plan to use, as the park is quite large. Here are the approximate driving distances and directions to the west entrance of Yellowstone National Park, which is one of the primary entrances: Distance from Dillon to the West Entrance of Yellowstone National Park: Approximately 180 miles (about 290 kilometers) Estimated driving time: About 3.5 to 4.5 hours, depending on road conditions and traffic. Here are the general directions from Dillon to the West Entrance of Yellowstone National Park: Start by heading west on I-15. Take exit 0 to enter Idaho (you will briefly leave Montana). Continue on I-15 for a while, then take Exit 116 to merge onto US-20 West toward Ashton, Idaho. Continue on US-20 West, passing through the town of West Yellowstone, until you reach the West Entrance of Yellowstone National Park.
  • What ski areas are close to Dillon?
    Maverick Mountain Ski Area: Located about 37 miles (approximately 60 kilometers) southwest of Dillon, Maverick Mountain Ski Area is one of the closest ski resorts to Dillon. It offers downhill skiing and snowboarding opportunities in a scenic and less crowded setting. Discovery Ski Area: Discovery Ski Area is located approximately 80 miles (about 129 kilometers) northwest of Dillon near the town of Philipsburg, Montana. It provides a variety of terrain for skiers and snowboarders of different skill levels. Lost Trail Powder Mountain: Lost Trail Powder Mountain is situated about 105 miles (around 169 kilometers) southwest of Dillon, near the Montana-Idaho border. It's known for its abundant snowfall and offers skiing and snowboarding options.
  • What are some fun facts about Dillon Montana?
    Dillon is home to the University of Montana Western, known for its innovative "One Program," where students take one course at a time for more immersive learning. The town was named after Sidney Dillon, the president of the Union Pacific Railroad, during the late 1800s. Dillon is surrounded by picturesque landscapes, including the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest and the Big Hole River, making it a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. It hosts the annual Montana Shakespeare in the Parks, bringing the works of William Shakespeare to the community in an outdoor setting. Dillon is famous for the Dillon Jaycees' rodeo, a popular event showcasing Montana's cowboy culture. Dillon is host to the RATPOD (Ride Around The Pioneers in One Day) is a one-day, charity cycling ride benefiting Camp Māk-A-Dream.

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Barrett Hospital & HealthCare is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Equal opportunity is a fundamental principle of Barrett. As an equal opportunity employer, Barrett Hospital & HealthCare is committed to recruiting, hiring, promoting, and administering all human resource actions in a non-discriminatory manner.

Barrett Hospital & HealthCare is committed to providing equal opportunities in all business practices and to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, physical or mental disability, race, religion, sex, genetic information, pregnancy or childbirth, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.  Barrett Hospital & HealthCare strives to maintain a work environment that is free from unlawful harassment and discrimination and will not tolerate any such conduct by employees or directed at employees within the scope of their employment. We make reasonable accommodations to the known physical and mental limitations of qualified individuals with disabilities, unless doing so would result in an undue hardship or direct threat for the organization.

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