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Notice: Benefits listed below assume full-time (2,080 hrs/yr) status. Benefits for positions considered less than full-time are pro-rated based upon hours and may differ from those indicated.Vacation - Annual paid vacation as follows: 0-4 years service = 96 hrs/yr; 5-9 years service = 120 hrs/yr; 10-14 years service = 144 hrs/yr; and 15+ years service = 168 hrs/yr.Sick Leave - The City provides 96 hours each year of paid sick leave. There are sick leave incentive and conversion programs available to those who qualify.Holidays - The City observes 10 holidays and two floating holidays each year.Flexible Benefit Plan - The City offers an IRS Section 125 plan which offers an opportunity to put aside money, on a pre-tax basis, for medical and/or dependent care expenses.Life Insurance - The City provides group term life insurance equal to 1 1/2 times annual salary to a maximum of $350,000. Supplemental life insurance for employees and family members is available by payroll deduction at reasonable rates.Long Term Disability - The City provides long-term disability insurance equal to 66 2/3% of your income (up to $5,000) after a 30-day waiting period if totally disabled due to illness or injury.Retirement Benefits are provided by the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS). Classic CalPERS members - 2% @ 60 formula with employees contributing 8% of regular salary. New CalPERS members - 2% @ 62 formula with employees contributing 8% of salary. Effective July 1, 2013, new members contribute 50% of the total normal cost. The City participates in Medicare, but does not participate in Social Security.Health Insurance - Health benefit premiums for each employee shall be paid in full by the City. Dependents of each employee may also be covered by health benefit coverage, upon proper application and acceptance. The cost of dependent coverage of the medical and dental plan will be shared equally between the City and the employee for any PPO plans. The City will pay 60% of the contribution for dependent care for HMO medical plans. The employee contributes 40% of the dependent contribution.Deferred Compensation Plan - Participation in a 457 deferred compensation plan is available to all regular employees and is voluntary with no City matching contribution. The City contributes $69.21 per pay period to a 401(a) deferred compensation plan with vesting on a graduated schedule beginning with 2 years service and becoming 100% vested after 6 years.Tuition Reimbursement - The City may reimburse the actual cost paid for tuition, books and required technical supplies and equipment up to a maximum of $1,500 per fiscal year for eligible employees receiving a grade of "C" or better in approved courses.