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Library Summary of Benefits

Health Insurance

  • Library Unit 10 employees contribute 5% of the applicable monthly premium for single coverage and 6% of the applicable monthly premium for family coverage.
  • Library Unit 11 employees contribute 7.5% of the applicable monthly premium for single or family coverage. 
  • $250/$500 Deductible
  • $750/$1,500 Out-of-Pocket Maximum
  • $20 co-pay for office visits
  • $5 co-pay for Rx Generic
  • $20 co-pay for Rx non-generic

Dental Insurance

  • Employees contribute $1.00/month for family coverage but no contribution is required for single coverage.
  • $1,000 per year per person benefit

FSA: Medical and dependent care Flex Spending Plans are available.

Deferred Comp Plans

  • Library Unit 10, 457
  • Library Unit 11, 457, 2% City match

Longevity percent - based on years of service

Years of Service         Library 10 & 11 %   
 5                                               1%
 9                                               2%
13                                              3%
17                                              4%
21                                              5%
25                                              6% 

Retirement: IPERS

Tuition reimbursement

  • Library Unit 10, $600 per fiscal year
  • Library Unit 11, $1,200 per fiscal year

Sick Leave Accrual Rate: 1-day per month

Vacation Leave Annual Accrual Rates

Library Unit 10
Part-time employees normally working more than 20 hours/week but less than 40 hours/week receive 50% of the paid vacation schedule set forth.

Years of Service

Vacation Hours

0-3

80

3-5

120

5-20

160

>20

200


Library Unit 11
1/2 time employees receive 50% and 3/4- time employees receive 75% of the paid vacation schedule set forth.   

Position

Years of Service

Vacation Hours

Librarian

0-20

160

 

> 20

200

Library Assistant

0-1

120

 

1-20

160

 

>20

200


Holiday Leave: 11 paid holidays

For positions other than Regular Full-Time please consult the contract for benefit levels.