San Juan County offers health plans through PEBB.
Medical: PEBB Uniform Classic, Uniform CDHP, Uniform Select
Dental: PEBB Uniform Dental, Willamette Dental, Delta Care
Vision: Part of Medical with VSP provider network
Life & AD&D: PEBB MetLife, $35,000 basic life and 5,000 AD&D (optional available at employee expense)
LTD: PEBB Standard Insurance, $240 basic monthly benefit (optional available at employee expense)
Sheriff Guild Members
In addition to the above benefits, Guild members also have the following available:
- VEBA plan (HRA)- employee contribution only
- Life Insurance - $15,000 life insurance with Standard Insurance
- Supplemental Benefits - Deputies have an additional Long Term Disability, Life, and AD&D through WACOPS Standard/Trusteed Insurance Premier Plus Plan
Employees who work more than 70 hours per month per month (excluding seasonal, on call, temporary and occasional employees) will be enrolled in a Washington State retirement plan.
New employees may choose between
Full time commissioned law enforcement officers will be enrolled in LEOFF.
Additional Voluntary Retirement Plans: In addition to the state pension program, San Juan County also offers 457(b) plans that employees may participate in with pre-tax payroll deductions, up to the IRS contribution maximums.
PAID TIME OFF
|From the Beginning of Year||To the Completion of Year||Vacation Accrual Hours per Month||Vacation Accrual in Working Days per Year|
Sick Leave – 8 hours per month
New Year's Day Labor Day
Martin Luther King Birthday Veteran's Day
President's Day Thanksgiving Day & Day After
Memorial Day Christmas Day
Juneteenth Floating Holiday (2)
Independence Day Two unpaid holidays for reasons of Faith or Conscience (WAC 357-31-052)
Military Leave - up to twenty-one (21) paid days a year while engaging in the performance of officially ordered military duty and while traveling to or returning from such duty in accordance with RCW 38.40.060.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – San Juan County has access to the Washington State Employee Assistance Program (EAP). This is a free, confidential program created to promote the health, safety and well-being of public employees, and their adult household family members. EAP provides counseling and work/life (legal and financial) resources. EAP services can provide personalized solutions and recommendations for a variety of issues, such as:
*Financial concerns *Legal concerns
*Grief and Loss *Stress management
*Interpersonal conflicts *Addiction and recovery
*Anxiety, depression, or trauma *Mental wellness
*Parenting support *Eldercare
Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF) - PSLF allows borrowers with federal direct loans who make 120 qualifying monthly payments while working full time for a qualifying employer to have the remainder of their balance forgiven. Qualifying employers include any federal, state, local or tribal governments, and many not-for-profit organizations, including all 501(c)(3) organizations and some others that provide qualifying services. Federal service includes U.S. military service.