Benefits at a Glance

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The City of Bloomington provides a wide variety of benefits. Eligibility is dependent upon a variety of factors, including union affiliation and classification. The following is a list of benefits at a glance.

Insurance
Health, Dental, and Vision is provided by the City to eligible employees. The City also contributes a generous portion of these premiums for employee and dependent coverage. Life Insurance is also provided to eligible employees.

Retirement and Pension Plans
The City has different pension plans for which employees may qualify. Full-time employees are covered under the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund, Police Pension or Fire Pension. We also offer a tax deferred 457 Plan that employees may use to supplement their retirement.

Holidays
The City of Bloomington observes the following holidays:

 

 New Year’s Day   Veterans’ Day
 Martin Luther King’s Birthday       Thanksgiving
 Good Friday  The day after Thanksgiving
 Memorial Day  Christmas Eve
 Fourth of July  Christmas Day
 Labor Day  New Year’s Eve (1/2 day)

 

Vacation
Depending on union contract/employee group.

 

 80 hours (2 work weeks) Date of hire but less than 8 years 
 120 hours ( 3 work weeks)  at 8 years but less than 15 years
 160 hours ( 4 work weeks)  at 15 years but less than 20 years
 200 hours (5 work weeks)  at 20 or more years

Personal Convenience Days
16 hours per fiscal year (May 1 - April 30)

Sick Leave
Employees accrue 8 hours of sick leave per month until they reach the maximum of 480 hours. 

Employee Assistance Program

The City contracts with a mental health service provider to give all employees and their families short-term, professional consultation and assistance in resolving problems that may be affecting their personal lives/or their job performance.

 

Other employee benefits.........

  • Bereavement Leave
  • Credit Union
  • Direct Deposit
  • Disability Insurance
  • Emergency Leave
  • Employee Wellness
  • FMLA
  • Jury Duty
  • Medical and dependent flexible spending accounts (FSA’s)
  • Military Leave
  • Training and Development
  • Tuition Assistance
  • Unpaid Leave of Absence
  • Voluntary Life Insurance
Note: benefits may differ based on bargaining unit contracts.