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Benefits

In addition to competitive wages, Clackamas County offers an attractive benefits package for employees in regular status positions. Employees working 20 hours or more per week receive medical and Wellness/EAP benefits. Employees working 30 hours or more per week also receive dental, life and disability benefits. In addition, there are generous vacation, sick and holiday leave plans and retirement contributions.

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Benefits plans and eligibility may differ among the county employees represented by different collective bargaining agreements, but most employees are eligible for these benefits:

  • Medical/Prescriptive Drug and Vision Benefits – Choice of three medical insurance plans which cover employee’s spouse/domestic partner and qualifying children at a percentage premium cost. Some plans include alternative care, such as chiropractic and naturopath physicians.
  • Dental Plans – Choice of four dental insurance plans. Some plans include orthodontia coverage for children and adults.
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Life Insurance – County paid life insurance policy
  • Disability Insurance – County paid disability insurance
  • Wellness/Employee Assistance Program
  • Deferred Compensation Section 457
  • Generous Vacation - 3-4 weeks/year for most employees
  • Sick Pay - Earn 8 hours per month, with no maximum accumulation
  • Holidays – Most employees are eligible for nine standard holidays plus one “floating holiday” each year
  • Other Leaves – Family and Medical Leave, Military Leave, Jury Duty, Victim and Witness Leave, Bereavement Leave, etc.
  • PERS/OPSRP Retirement Contributions
  • Wellness Program

For more information on specific benefits plans based on union contracts and representation, please select from the links below:

 Benefits information is subject to change.

Need more information?  Contact us:  Benefits Contacts

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