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Current Positions
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The City of Mill Creek currently is recruiting for the following open positions:

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Application and Review Process
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All non-Police Department applicants must submit applications through ADP, the City’s recruitment tool. The application packet requirements include a cover letter and resume, responses to the supplemental questions, and samples of work.

It is recommended that applicants carefully read the application requirements for the specific position in which they are interested; incomplete applications will be disqualified. The City only accepts electronic applications for open positions; therefore, unsolicited applications and/or resumes will not be considered or retained.

All queries may be directed to Laura Orlando, director of human resources, at 425-921-5746 or .

Review and Selection Process
Completed applications submitted by the closing deadline for an active recruitment will be reviewed as soon as possible. Application packets are reviewed based on pre-established, job-related criteria. Applicants selected to proceed to the next step will be contacted by telephone and asked to participate in an interview and/or testing process.

For most recruitment, candidates who are not successful will not receive any notification. Check ADP for updates regarding the status of current recruitment's with application periods that recently closed or those that are open until filled. Please be patient while we go through the recruitment process. Please keep in mind that calling the City will not expedite the status of your application. The City is dedicated to reviewing and considering all applications, and we thank you for your interest in working for the City of Mill Creek.

Reasonable Accommodation
If you require accommodation to complete the application, testing, or interview process, please contact the Human Resources Department regarding the accommodation needed at least one week prior to the date needed if possible.


Equal Opportunity Employer
The City of Mill Creek is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information or any other basis prohibited by federal, state, or local law.


Benefits
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The City of Mill Creek offers a comprehensive benefit package for regular full-time employees and regular part-time (20 hours or more per week) employees. Some benefits for regular part-time employees are prorated; for example, a half-time regular employee would accrue sick leave at 50% of the regular amount.

Employees Participating in Collective Bargaining Agreements
The benefits summarized below are for non-represented employees. Represented employees may receive some or all of the benefits listed below based on their collective bargaining agreements (CBAs); those employees should consult their CBA for specific information about their benefits.

Section 125 Flexible Benefits Plan
  • For pre-tax payment of employee share of premiums
  • Includes options for employees to enroll in a flexible spending account for dependent care and/or for unreimbursed medical expenses

Healthcare Benefits
Through AWC Employee Benefit Trust
  • Medical - Regence HealthFirst
  • Dental - Washington Dental Service Delta Dental Plan F
  • Vision - Vision Services Plan (VSP) $10 Deductible
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Other Insurance Benefits
  • Life insurance and AD&D
  • Long Term Disability (LTD)
  • Survivor income

Paid Leave Benefits
  • Vacation - 12 days per year to start, with increases based on years of service; 22 days per year to start for department director positions
  • Sick leave - accrued at the rate of four hours per pay period
  • Ten holidays and one floating holiday per year - additional floating holiday hours are granted based on years of service
  • Bereavement leave

Retirement and Investment Programs
  • Washington State Department of Retirement Systems [DRS] (PERS or LEOFF)
  • Municipal Employees Benefit Trust (MEBT), which is a 401(a) Social Security replacement plan; employees of the City of Mill Creek do not contribute to or earn Social Security credit while employed with the City.
  • Two optional 457 deferred compensation plans:
    • DCP (Washington State DRS Deferred Compensation Program)
    • ICMA

Other Benefits
  • Wellness Program (option to earn one wellness day per year)
  • Direct deposit
  • Free on-site parking
  • Opportunities for flexible work schedules