Part-Time Employee

All Montgomery County employees contribute to/participate in the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS). Montgomery County employees do not contribute to Social Security; however, all employees do contribute to Medicare.

Retirement contribution rates are shared by employees and Montgomery County and are currently:

Employee 10%
Employer 14%

There are three retirement plans to choose from: Traditional Pension Plan, Member-Directed Plan or Combined Plan. You must select your retirement plan within 180 days of beginning employment.

Deferred Compensation is a voluntary supplemental retirement program which provides for the deferral of a specified amount of your salary for long-term investment. Choose between two Section 457 plans: County Commissioners' Association of Ohio Deferred Compensation Program or Ohio Public Employees Deferred Compensation Program. You choose how much to allocate to your deferred compensation account. This amount is deducted from each pay and is not subject to federal and state income tax.

Montgomery County partners with OptumHealth to provide a comprehensive wellness program for employees. This program provides tools to reduce health-related risks such as lowering high blood pressure, programs to help people stay healthy, and sound clinical assistance for those members living with a chronic illness. OptumHealth also manages Montgomery County’s Healthy Rewards incentive program, conducts on-site wellness screenings, receives screening results, and tracks and reports Healthy Rewards points.

Dental insurance is offered through Montgomery County Board of DDS and is separate from the dental plan offered by Montgomery County. The dental coverage is administered by Superior Dental Care. There are two plans: the Core Plan and the Enhanced Plan. Both plans offer a Preventive care benefit including two cleanings per year, oral exams, x-rays, and fluoride treatments for children paid at 100%. The Enhanced Plan also offers an orthodontia benefit of up to $1,000 per child.

If you elect dental coverage through DDS, you will receive an EyeMed Vision Care discount card at no additional cost. You and your family members can save on eye care and eyewear at thousands of locations nationwide. 
The Board allocates $150 per month into a flexible spending account (FSA) to be used for the reimbursement of eligible medical, dental, vision, and prescription costs or for the reimbursement of dependent day care expenses. Part-time employees may also choose to purchase dental insurance and have the premium deducted from their $150 each month.

Life insurance provides a benefit to your beneficiaries in the event of your death. The Board provides all full time and part time employees $50,000 in basic life and accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D) coverage at no cost to the employee.

Employees may purchase supplemental term life insurance at low group rates and pay for the premium through payroll deduction. Coverage may be purchased for a spouse and dependent children as long as the employee purchases coverage as well.

Employees may purchase supplemental polices such as short term disability, accident, hospitalization, and cancer policies through Aflac. Premiums are paid by payroll deduction.

Montgomery County partners with Value Options to be our employee assistance plan (EAP) and Work/Life Solutions provider. Services are available to all Montgomery County employees and family members whether enrolled in a medical plan or not. Counselors at MC Work/Life Solutions are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

MC Work/Life Solutions offers confidential counseling to you and your family members to help you deal with personal problems such as stress management, strengthening relationships, work/life balance, grief and loss, and more.
Work/Life Services assist with those daily challenges, such as choosing a child care provider, finding services and care for older adults, selecting a school or college, assisting with parenting issues, moving, relocation, and home ownership.

Workers’ Compensation benefits are available to employees who sustain an illness or injury arising out of and in the course of their employment.

All staff shall earn sick leave at the rate of 4.6 hours for each 80 hours of service. The credit is strictly proportionate to the hours in active pay status in each bi-weekly pay period.

Up to three days of personal leave time is granted to full time staff and one personal day is granted to part time staff.

The Board supports and encourages training programs that will enable staff to become more proficient at their assigned jobs and develop the skills required for efficient job performance. Eligible employees may apply for up to $500 per calendar year for reimbursement for approved job related college courses and seminars.