Benefits and Compensation-Human Resources - Carnegie Mellon University

Benefits and Compensation

Our benefits offerings can help you choose wisely and live well. Our benefits philosophy encompasses three driving priorities: Choice, Control, and Well-being.

Human Resources provides benefits in six core areas:

  • Health (medical, prescription drug, dental, vision, and health care flexible spending accounts)
  • Retirement (university provided retirement contributions and employee retirement savings vehicles)
  • Tuition (for employees and eligible children of employees)
  • Life Insurance (basic and supplemental life and AD&D insurance, and life insurance for dependents)
  • Disability Insurance (short- and long-term disability and workers' compensation)
  • Lifestyle Support (such as child care, EAP, transportation, banking, paid time off, and other benefits)

The specific benefits for which you are eligible will depend on the number of hours per week that you are scheduled to work and your geographic location. Contact the Benefits Office or your area's business manager for more information.

Benefits Information:

Benefits Office:

319 South Craig Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
HRhelp@andrew.cmu.edu
Phone:
412-268-2047
Fax:
412-268-7472


Carnegie Mellon University reserves the right to amend, modify, suspend, replace or terminate any of its plans, policies or programs, in whole or in part, including any level or form of coverage, by appropriate action of the university (or its delegate), without the consent or concurrence of persons affected.

The information presented is not intended to create, nor is it to be construed to create, a contract between the university (or its affiliates) and any one of the university’s employees, former employees, or other plan participants or beneficiaries.

Please note that a summary of the benefits provided under each plan is contained in the summary plan description for such plan. Full details are provided in the official plan documents, which governs the operation of the respective plan. In the event that the content provided or any oral representations made by any person regarding a plan conflict with or are inconsistent with the provisions of the applicable plan document, the provisions of the applicable plan document will control.

Joyce Heckmann
Assistant Vice President, Benefits & Compensation
412-268-5402
heckmann@andrew.cmu.edu

Amy Magill
Director of Benefits
412-268-1193
amagill@andrew.cmu.edu

Andrew Pujol
Compensation Analyst
412-268-2606
apujol@andrew.cmu.edu

Ashley Stilan
Senior Benefits Administrator
412-268-8438
astilan@andrew.cmu.edu

Carole Seward
Benefits Auditor
412-268-3253
cseward@andrew.cmu.edu

Jan Provenzano
Leaves Manager
412-268-5072
janp@andrew.cmu.edu

Jessica Baker
Retirement Administration Manager
412-268-6256
jbaker4@andrew.cmu.edu

Lisa Vaccaro
Compensation Manager
412-268-6728
lisav@andrew.cmu.edu

Mary Meerhoff
Retirement Benefits Specialist
(412) 268-8481
meerhoff@andrew.cmu.edu

Matt McCabe
Leaves Administrator
412-268-5899
mmccabe@andrew.cmu.edu

Rohini Rajen
Benefits Auditor
412-268-5076
rrajen@andrew.cmu.edu

Sabrina Gardner
Senior Benefits Administrator
412-268-8197
szg@andrew.cmu.edu

Shawn Graham
Benefits Administrator
412-268-5077
shawngra@andrew.cmu.edu

Stephanie Longmire
Admin Coordinator
412-268-2047
longmirs@andrew.cmu.edu

Walter Rosado
Benefits Coordinator
412-268-9060
wrosado@andrew.cmu.edu

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