South Lake Tahoe has hired an interim replacement for outgoing City Manager Frank Rush, the Tahoe Dail
- Cafeteria benefits plan with City contributions for the purchase of health, dental, and vision benefits for purchase of health, dental, and vision benefits for employee and dependents
- California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS): Depending on eligibility based on CalPERS criteria, Classic members receive 2.5% @ 55 formula and single highest year salary calculation. Non-Classic CalPERS members receive 2% @ 62 formula and three-year final average calculation.
- Employees are required to pay into Social Security and Medicare.
- Management car allowance.
- 80 hours of administrative leave per calendar year.
- 9/80 work schedule (alternate Fridays closed).
- Tuition reimbursement of up to $2,000/fiscal year and computer-purchase loan programs.
- Generous vacation, sick leave, administrative leave and paid holiday leave program.
- Optional flexible spending accounts for medical, dental, and vision expenses; and dependent care expenses.
- Vacation buy back and unused sick leave conversion programs.
- City-paid EAP program for employee and dependents.
- City-paid term life insurance equivalent to annual salary, plus an additional $25,000 policy. Supplemental life insurance available at the City's group rate.
- City contribution towards employee's Section 457 deferred compensation plan.
- City-paid long-term disability coverage.
APPLY IMMEDIATELY: This recruitment closes at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, December 13, 2019. Electronic submittals are preferred and should be emailed to Human Resources/Risk Manager Rida Freeman at email@example.com. Application packets should include a cover letter, comprehensive resume, and five professional references. Applicants with the most relevant qualifications will be invited to a panel screening interview on Thursday, January 16, 2020. A select number of candidates will then be invited for an on-site interview with the Mayor and City Council on Friday, January 17, 2020, with selection interviews for the finalists conducted by the Mayor and City Council on Saturday, January 18, 2020. Confidential inquiries welcomed to Rida Freeman at 619-667-1179. A detailed brochure can be found on the city website at www.cityoflamesa.us.
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