Summary of Benefits
The County focuses on community projects in Northern Arizona. If you have an interest in contributing to the community and seek a rewarding career, you have come to the right place! Our County seat is located in Flagstaff, Arizona, a city at an elevation of 7,000 feet with 60,000 inhabitants. Flagstaff boasts a unique blend of history, culture, and breathtaking beauty. The city is nestled amongst the backdrop of Ponderosa Pines near the San Francisco Peak Mountains. This community has miles of bike and walking paths and is known for its outdoor sports including skiing, kayaking, fishing, and camping and can offer a relaxed quality of life.
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For More InformationFor more information, contact Human Resources or call (928) 679-7100
Northern Arizona Public Employees Benefit Trust (NAPEBT)
Coconino County is a member of the Northern Arizona Public Employees Benefit Trust (NAPEBT). NAPEBT was formed in 1993 to provide a comprehensive and cost effective benefits package by combining resources and leveraging the buying power of a group of public employers. Purchasing benefits through NAPEBT has increased our ability to sustain a better benefits package long-term than would have been possible individually. To access more complete information regarding benefits, log onto their website.
Employee Assistance ProgramCounseling services are provided by Coconino County for employees working at least 30 hours per week.
- Six counseling sessions per issue per year at no cost to the employee
- Sessions may be used by employee and members of the immediate family
- (family members do not have to be dependents on medical insurance to utilize this service)
Full-Time Standard Benefits
New full-time employees work 30 – 40 hours per week. Our standard benefits for full-time employees are listed below:
All new employees are required to attend New Employee Orientation Parts I and II. You will receive notification as to the time and place.
MedicalCoconino County provides a triple option medical plan through Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona available to regular employees working at least 30 hours per week.
- Buy-up Plan: PPO Plan Deductible - $750 Single / $1,500 Family
- Employees who elect this plan contribute a small amount of the premium. The County subsidizes a portion of the dependents premium.
- Base Plan: PPO Plan Deductible - $1,000 Single / $2,000 Family
- The County contributes 100% of employee premium and subsidizes a portion of the dependent premium.
- High Deductible Health Plan / HSA : $1,750 deductible Single / $3,500 deductible Family
- The County contributes 100% of employee premium plus contributes to an HSA or FSA and subsidizes a portion of the dependent premium.
Vera Whole Health Clinic in Flagstaff
To schedule an appointment, call (928) 774-3985
|Monday||7:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.|
|Tuesday|| 7:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.
|Wednesday|| 7:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.
|Thursday|| 7:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.
|Friday|| 7:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.
|Saturday|| 8:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
Address: 1500 E. Cedar Avenue, Suite 80, Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Dental insurance is available to regular employees working at least 30 hours per week through Delta Dental.
- Base Plan: $1,000 maximum annual benefit
- The County contributes 100% of employee premium
- Buy-up Plan: $2,000 maximum annual benefit
- Employees who elect this plan contribute a small amount of the premium.
Vision A core eye exam benefit through VSP is provided by the County for regular employees working at least 30 hours per week. Two additional options are available at the employee's expense:
- Employee only – prescription eyewear buy-up
- Employee and family – prescription eyewear buy-up
Life InsuranceCoverage is through Minnesota Life Insurance Company:
- $40,000 coverage of life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance is provided by Coconino County to regular employees working at least 30 hours per week.
- Voluntary life insurance may be purchased for the employee, spouse, and children.
Effective Date of Coverage
- Insurance coverage begins on the first day of the month following a full calendar month of employment.
- Example: If you are hired in the month of January, your coverage will go into effect March 1.
- You must complete enrollment paperwork during the first month of employment, preferably at New Employee Orientation Part I.
Changes to Coverage
Changes to coverage elections including dependents may only be made during open enrollment in the month of May (effective July 1) or within 31 days of a qualifying event such as marriage, divorce, birth, or death.
Retirement Systems / Long-term Disability
Coconino County is a participating agency in four retirement systems:
- Arizona State Retirement System: Employees working at least 20 hours per week for 20 weeks or more
- Correction Officers Retirement System: Employees in certain positions with Sheriff's Office, Juvenile Court, and Adult Probation working 40 hours per week
- Elected Officials Retirement System: Individuals elected to public office
- Public Safety Personnel Retirement System: Employees in certain positions with the Sheriff's Office working 40 hours per week
Optional Payroll Deductions
The following payroll deductions are available:
- Tax-Deferred Compensation Plan 457: This option is voluntary and available to all regular employees.
- Short-term Disability, Cancer Insurance, Accident Insurance: This voluntary option is available through Aflac.
- U.S. Savings Bonds
Flexible Spending Accounts
This voluntary benefit is available to all regular employees working at least 20 hours per week. This pre-tax option will reduce taxable income.
- Health Care Reimbursement Account: up to $2,550 per year
- If enrolled in an HSA, Limited FSA applies
- Dependent Care Assistance: up to $5,000 per year
Health Spending Accounts
This is a voluntary benefit available to employees enrolled in the High Deductible Health plan who are not also covered by Medicare, or another non high deductible health plan. Contributions are on a pre tax basis subject to an annual maximum of $3,350 for an employee with single coverage, and $6,750 for an employee with family coverage. The maximum contribution limit is a combined total of employer and employee contributions. Amounts within a health savings account may be used on medical, prescription, dental, and vision expenses. Unspent money rolls over year after year.
The following additional benefits are available to all regular employees:
Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986This law went into effect June 1, 1987, and you must show the requested identification and work authorization documents.
These benefits were last revised on October 31, 2016