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Work Hours
Normal work week is Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Flexible and alternative work schedules may be available. See Personnel Policy 1.06 Flexible & Alternative Work Schedules for details and eligibility.

Dress
Business casual with casual dress Fridays. See Personnel Policy 1.18 Personal Appearance.

Commute Trip Reduction
Transit vouchers. Fred Meyer gift card incentives. Guaranteed ride home. Carpool and Vanpool services. See the Commute Trip Reduction Brochure for details.

Holidays
Ten paid holidays per year plus one floating holiday upon completion of one year of service and each year thereafter.

  • New Years Day
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
  • Presidents Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Veterans Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Day After Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day. 

One floating holiday upon completion of one year of service and each year thereafter.  

Vacation
Accrual rates based category of employment and years of service:

 First Year  12 Days; 4 Hours Per Pay Period
 Second Year  13 Days; 4.33 Hours Per Pay Period
 Third Year  14 Days; 4.67 Hours Per Pay Period
 Fourth & Fifth Years  15 Days; 5 Hours Per Pay Period
 Six & Seventh Years  17 Days; 5.67 Hours Per Pay Period
 Eighth & Ninth Years  18 Days; 6 Hours Per Pay Period
 Tenth & Eleventh Years  19 Days; 6.33 Hours Per Pay Period
 Twelfth & Thirteenth Years   20 Days; 6.67 Hours Per Pay Period
 Fourteenth and Fifteenth Years  21 Days; 7 Hours Per Pay Period
 Sixteenth Year and Thereafter  23 Days; 7.67 Hours Per Pay Period

Vacation usage, accumulation, carryover and cash out are subject to City policy and/or the terms as set forth in the Collective Bargaining Agreement.  

Sick Leave 
Twelve days per year. Sick leave usage, conversion, and cash out are subject to City policy and/or the terms as set forth in the Collective Bargaining Agreement. 

Jury Duty Leave 
Employee will be paid regular compensation. Must remit juror's fee received to the City.

Bereavement Leave 
See Personnel Policy 3.05 Bereavement

401(a)
Social security replacement plan. Employee chooses investment options for employer and employee contributions. 100% vested.
http://www.icmarc.org/

Deferred Compensation Plans
Choice of three Deferred compensation plans. All regular employees eligible to contribute. City matches exempt employees contributions in an amount equal to 40% of the deferred compensation contributions made by the employee, up to 2% of the employee's gross wage.
457 - ICMA:  http://www.icmarc.org/
457 - State of Washington: http://www.drs.wa.gov/dcp

Retirement 
Public employees' retirement system (PERS). All regular employees covered by Washington State retirement plans.

Medical
The City of SeaTac is a member of the Employer's Healthcare Coalition of Washington. Choice of two Premera Blue Cross medical plans (HDHP or PPO) with low premium rates. 90/10 cost share on premiums.  

Prescriptions by mail
Medications are ordered by mail. A 90-day supply is available for most medications. Save one co-pay ordering through mail.

Flexible Spending Account - Section 125
This tax savings benefit allows you to use part of your salary on a pre-tax basis on Medical Insurance Premiums, Health Care out of pocket expenses and Dependent Care for qualified expenses. 

Employee Assistance Program
Confidential counseling on personal issues including relationships, substance abuse, job pressures, problems with children, stress, anxiety or depression, empty nesting, marital conflicts, grief and loss, and more.

Delta Dental
City funded incentive-based plan. Orthodontia for dependent children. 

Superior Vision
City funded family plan with low annual deductible.

Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Short Term Disability and Long Term Disability Insurance 
City funded plans through Sun Life.

Supplemental/Voluntary Group Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment
Additional coverage available for purchase by employees.