Compensation and Benefits
|The City of Wichita Falls has many benefits available to employees. Some benefits are optional at an additional expense to the employee. The following are benefits that you as a regular employee would be able to enjoy.|
|Participant(s)||BC/BS Enhanced Plan||BC/BS Core Plan|
|Employee Only||$279.02 per month||$98.06 per month|
|Employee and Spouse||$637.70 per month||$365.30 per month|
|Employee and 1 Child||$635.48 per month||$287.34 per month|
|Employee and Family (3)||$907.96 per month||$521.18 per month|
|Participant(s)||BC/BS Catastrophic Plan||BC/BS HDHP w/HSA|
|Employee Only||$58.50 per month||$74.80 per month|
|Employee and Spouse||$278.94 per rmonth||$278.76 per month|
|Employee and 1 Child||$214.72 per month||$219.28 per month|
|Employee and Family (3)||$407.36 per month||$397.74 per month|
|Health Savings Account (HSA)|
$19.50 per pay period/employee
$48.00 per pay period/employee and spouse
$45.50 per pay period/employee and children
$53.50 per pay period/employee and family
|You are not eligible to contribute to an HSA if you:
• Have a federally subsidized health plan (Medicare, Medicaid, Tricare)
• Have access to a Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
• Have another Traditional Health Plan (Plans that utilize co-pays)
• Are able to be claimed as someone else's dependent
• Have received care from the VA within the last 3 months
2016 annual contribution limit Employee only: $3,350.00
2016 annual contribution limit Employee and family: $6,750.00
All purchases must be eligible expenses as determined by the ORS's 213-D list, and can be used for the expense of a spouse or dependents, even if they are not no the plan.
The HSA plant will not pay on any non-preventative procedures prior to the deductible being reached.
All City employees who are enrolled in one of the medical plans may elect dental coverage as part of that plan. Any employee enrolled in a medical plan may enroll their dependents in the Dental Plan even if those dependents are not enrolled in a medical plan.
|Employee Only||$2.70 Per Month|
|Employee and Spouse||$20.86 Per Month|
|Employee and All Children||$22.52 Per Month|
|Employee and Family||$42.42 Per Month|
|Family Health Center
The Employee Family Health Center is located at the Public Health Department, 1700 Third Street, and is available for use by employees and their dependents. An employee, whether full or part time, does not have to be enrolled in any of the City’s health plans to use the City’s Employee Family Health Center. However, dependents not enrolled in the health coverage are not eligible to use the Employee Family Health Center. For appointments, please call 940-397-2550 or visit www.myquadmedical.com/wichitafalls
7:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday-Thursday and 7:00 am to 4 pm Friday by appointment only
•Zero copay per office visit for any employee or dependent covered by Core, Enhanced, or Catastrophic Health plans.
•$25.00 office visit for any employee (full or part time) not covered by one of the Health plans or enrolled in the HSA.
•Dependents not covered by one of the Health plans or who are on the HSA do not have access to the Employee Family Health Center.
|Express Scripts Prescription Coverage
Only those participants enrolled in one of the Health Plans are covered by the prescription card. Dependents covered on the Dental Plan only are not eligible for the prescription card, maintenance medication rates (90 day supplies) aren't available to HSA participants.
|30 Day Supply (Retail)||90 Day Supply Mail Order or Retail at Walgreens Only|
|Co-Pay||$10.00 Generic||$20 Generic|
|Co-Pay||$40.00 Brand Name Preferred||$80.00 Brand Name Preferred|
|Co-Pay||$80.00 Brand Name Non-Preferred||$160.00 Brand Name Non-Preferred|
|Specialty Drug Co-Pay $120.00
Some drugs may be subject to the "specialty drug program" administered by Express Scripts
|Flexible Spending Accounts
Accounts are administered through Aflac Wage Works. Employees may annually set aside up to $2,550 of income for non-reimbursed medical expenses and up to $5,000 (or $2,500 if married and filing separately) of income for qualified dependent care. This money is sheltered from payroll taxes.
|ICMA Retirement Corporation & Nationwide Retirement Solutions
Two 457 plans are offered to all eligible employees and is separate from the Texas Municipal Retirement System. Offered through payroll deduction, these plans are strictly voluntary.
Each employee is covered for an amount equal to one times their annual salary. This coverage is through Sun Life at no cost to the employee. An eligible employee may choose supplemental life insurance coverage through Sun Life Insurance in increments from one-half to four times the amount of their annual salary. An "Evidence of Insurability" form must be completed and sent to the carrier for approval prior to the insurance going into effect. There is a small charge for the supplemental coverage.
Employees may also choose supplemental life coverage for their spouse and/or dependent children up to the age of 25. There is a small charge for supplemental coverage.
The City of Wichita Falls offers the following Aflac policies through payroll deduction:
|Accident||Short Term Disability||Cancer|
|Intensive Care||Hospital||Critical Care|
|Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS)
•Participation in TMRS is mandatory for full-time employees with the exception of Fire Department Civil
•Participating members contribute 5% of their salary. Police Department Civil Service employees
contribute 7% of their salary.
•Retirement requirements: 25 years of service at any age or 10 years of service at age 60. Employees are
vested after 10 years of service.
•At vesting, the City matches all current and future retirement fund contributions in the account at a rate of 2 to 1. Upon retirement from the City only.
The City of Wichita Falls observes the following paid holidays for full time and part time benefited positions.
|New Year's Day||President's Day||Memorial Day||Independence Day||Labor Day|
|Thanksgiving Day||Day After Thanksgiving||Christmas Eve||Christmas Day||Two Floating Holidays|
An employee can accumulate up to a maximum of 35 days or 280 hours per year.
Vacation Bonus: An employee who does not use any sick leave or lost time during the fiscal year will earn two bonus days of vacation limited by the maximum accrual allowed - 280 hours.
|Years of Service||Days of Vacation Accrued Per Year|
Sick leave is accumulated at 4.62 hours bi-weekly or 15 days per year. An employee can accumulate up to a maximum of 90 days or 720 hours of sick leave.
An employee may be granted up to 3 days of paid emergency leave per occurrence by their division head due to a death in the employee’s immediate family.
Membership in the Wichita Falls Federal Credit Union is available to employees and their families. A payroll deduction plan is in effect for both savings and loans.
The City of Wichita Falls provides financial assistance for job related educational and degree programs for Regular full-time employees.