A comprehensive benefits package is just one of the many reasons to consider working at Nevada Joint Union High School District!
Our District health care benefits are provided by California's Valued Trust (CVT). CVT is a healthcare organization which is jointly managed by employees and employers. Through a cafeteria plan, employees may choose from various High Deductible PPO, PPO and HMO Blue Shield medical plans. Kaiser medical plans are also available to our employees who reside in Kaiser eligible coverage areas. We also participate in a dental plan through Delta Dental, a vision plan through Vision Service Plan (VSP) and have life insurance coverage through MetLife. If you need further details on any of our medical plans, click here to go to CVT, or contact our CVT Representative, Michelle Bugg, at email@example.com / 1-800-288-9870.
Certificated and Classified Employees The district offers full time certificated and classified employees (7+ hours/day) participation in the district benefit plan by providing from $659 to $1194 per month in tiered caps towards coverage. Part-time certificated employees may participate in the district plan if they work at least a 3/5ths teaching schedule, and classified if they work at least 4 hours/day, however they are required to pay a pro-rated portion of the health and welfare premium. Click on the link at the bottom of this page to see the tiered caps and the "out of pocket" cost to full time employees based on their plan and how many dependents they choose to cover.
Part-time Certificated Employees: 3/5ths (three periods per day) – district contribution is 60% of benefit cap 4/5ths (four periods per day) – district contribution is 80% of benefit cap
Part time Classified Employees: 4.0 hours/day – 4.99 hours/day, district contribution is 50% of benefit cap 5.0 hours/day – 5.99 hours/day, district contribution is 62.5% of benefit cap 6.0 hours/day – 6.99 hours/day, district contribution is 75% of benefit cap
Benefit coverage begins on the first of the month following fulfillment of eligibility requirement (i.e. if you begin working on September 10th your coverage starts on October 1st).
Open Enrollment Annual open enrollment for medical, dental, and vision is normally conducted each August with an effective date of October 1.
Retirement Health and Welfare Benefits: Certificated
Retiring certificated employees meeting the eligibility criteria listed in Article XXI of the NJUHSTA collective bargaining agreement may continue in the district health and welfare plan with a district contribution as outlined in the agreement toward the cost of the plans.
Retiring certificated employees who don't meet the eligibility criteria listed in Article XXI of the NJUHSTA collective bargaining agreement may continue in the district health and welfare plan at their own cost.
Retirement Health and Welfare Benefits: Classified
Retiring classified employees meeting the eligibility criteria listed in Appendix E of the CSEA collective bargaining agreement may continue in the district health and welfare plan and receive a district contribution as outlined in the agreement toward the cost of the plans.
Classified employees eligible to retire through PERS at the time of the retirement from the District, who do not meet the eligibility criteria for the CSEA Retiree H&W Program, may continue in the district's health and welfare program at their own cost.
For retiree health and welfare plan options and pricing, please contact Stephanie O'Callaghan, Human Resource Analyst, at 530-273-3351, ext. 3208 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stephanie O'Callaghan, Benefits Coordinator, 530-273-3351, x 3208 (email)