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Why you want to join the Yolo County team:
» Beautiful northern California location with exceptional cultural recreational and family activities
» Stable well-managed organization
» Dedicated customer-oriented staff
» Diverse rural suburban and urban urban communities
» Established Strategic Plan guiding County goals and objectives
» Stable long-tenured Board of Supervisors
A A A Bachelor’s Degree in in in in Public Administration Administration Business Administration Administration Government Political Science or or a a a a a closely
related field and seven years of increasingly responsible experience in in in City or County government with at at least three years’ experience in in in a a a a a a a a County at at a a a a a a a a senior management level A A Master’s Degree in in in Public Administration is is desirable ■ COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
Salary is competitive and and and negotiable and and and will be based on on the the qualifications of the the selected candidate In addition an example of the the benefits provided by the the County includes:
Retirement – – CalPERS CalPERS 2 2 2 5% @ @ 55 – – Classic or or or 2% @ @ 62 for for employees hired into a a a a a CalPERS CalPERS agency for for the first time after January 1 1 2013 The County participates in Social Security and Medicare programs Health Benefits – The County offers twelve health plans (9 HMO’s and 3 PPO’s) Each employee currently receives a a a a a a a a a benefit package of $2 120 58 monthly to purchase health dental and vision insurance remaining balance paid to the employee as taxable earnings Life Insurance – The County provides a a a $50 000 life and AD&D policy Auto Allowance – $570 per month Deferred Compensation – The County provides $500 each calendar year when a a a a a a a a Department Head contributes a minimum of $500 Annual Leave Leave Benefits – – Holidays Holidays – – 10 5 holidays per year Floating Holidays Holidays - 40 hours Administrative Leave Leave - - 80 80 hours hours Vacation – starting at at 80 80 hours hours (begins accruing after 13 bi-weekly pay periods) with increase to 104 hours hours after five years of service Sick Leave – 96 hours hours Longevity Pay Differential – 2 5% 5% at at 10 years years 5% 5% at at 15 years years 

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