OverviewThe City offers a variety of employment benefits to all regular full-time employees. Regular part-time employees (those who are regularly scheduled to work at least 20 hours per week) receive some benefits on a pro-rated basis.
Eleven holidays including: New Year's Day, President's Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Friday after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve Day, Christmas Day and a Personal Day.
VacationAfter completing a six-month probationary period, 5 days of vacation will be available for use. After completion of one year the accruals are as follows: (Years 1-2) accrual is 10 days annually, (Years 3-4) accrual is 15 days annually, (Years 5-9) accrual is 16 days annually, and (10+ years) accrual is 21 days annually. Civil Service Employees - (Years 0-4) accrual is 15 days annually, (Years 5-9) accrual is 16 days annually and (10+ years) accrual is 21 days annually.
Sick LeaveSick leave is accrued at 10 hours per month for a total of 15 days per year.
LongevityEligible employees shall receive, in December of each year, a lump sum longevity pay of four ($4) dollars per month for every month of employment. Employees must average a minimum of 25 hours a week to qualify for longevity pay. Regular part-time employees receive longevity pay prorated to the average hours normally worked each month.
Medical InsuranceAll regular full-time employees are covered by medical (base plan), dental and vision care insurance, which is provided at the City's expense. Family coverage is available by payroll deductions at reduced group rates.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a benefit available for employees and their dependents to be used for confidential counseling.