Inframark recognizes the skills and knowledge of its employees are critical to the success of the organization. The Educational Assistance Program is offered to encourage you to grow and develop through formal education so that you can maintain and improve job-related skills or enhance your ability to compete for reasonably attainable positions within Inframark. All regular full-time employees in good standing (i.e. no disciplinary issues) are eligible to participate in the program.
To participate in this program, submit an Application for Education Assistance to your manager for them to submit to their HRPB for approval. Your manager will inform you of approval or denial of your application.
To participate in the program, your course of study must meet the following requirements:
Payments for courses under our Educational Assistance Program Policy will be based on the following:
Inframark conducts business in English (subject to applicable federal, state and local requirements). Inframark also provides up to $3,000 reimbursement for approved Graduate Equivalency Degree (GED) testing, or an English as a Second Language (ESL) program. A certificate of successful completion will be required to request reimbursement.