OFMQ: Employment Spotlight
Since our inception in the early 1970s, the Oklahoma Foundation for Medical Quality has been a leader in quality improvement initiatives. We have served more than 1000 healthcare providers across our state in the past year alone. Though collaborative partnerships at both the federal and state government levels, we are committed to providing hands-on, local support to various healthcare communities as we pursue our ultimate goal – Advancing Quality, Improving Lives.
Building on our local roots, OFMQ’s dedicated, experienced team maintains a driving passion to ensure healthcare quality for all Oklahomans. With a focused approach to innovation problem solving and community outreach, OFMQ colleagues have the unique ability to pursue BIG ideas, supported by the legacy of 45 years of success. In doing so, our employees enjoy competitive compensation, excellent benefits and work/life balance!
At OFMQ, we view our benefits packages as a vital part of our colleagues' total compensation. We are committed to providing access to a comprehensive, competitive benefit program that helps our colleagues and their families stay healthy and feel secure. OFMQ employees can choose additional voluntary benefits to supplement company-sponsored packages for additional coverage.
Full and Part Time Colleagues working at least 20 hours per week are eligible to elect the following voluntary benefits beginning on their hire date:
- Competitive Compensation
- Major Medical, Dental and Vision
- Flexible Work Schedules & Commitment to Work/Life Balance
- Supplemental Products: FSA, Aflac Insurance, Group Life, Supplemental Life, Disability Insurance
- Employee Assistance Program (100% employer-paid)
- Employee Volunteer and Community Outreach Opportunities
- Socials and Employee Appreciation Events
- Retirement Program – 403(b): generous company contribution without matching requirements
- Assistance with Continuing Education
The highlights listed above do not represent complete OFMQ policy statements; the official policies, procedures, or plan documents should be consulted for complete information. This list is not all-inclusive and is not to be considered an “implied contract” of employment. These benefits are subject to change at the discretion of OFMQ management.
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