Create a Website Account - Manage notification subscriptions, save form progress and more.
First, inform your supervisor of your need for future time off work and then reach out to Human Resources who will inform you of your applicable benefits.
Show All Answers
The City of Eureka only accepts online job applications for Full-Time positions. If you are interested in a Temporary/Part-Time position with a specific Department, you can contact that Department to inquire about any current opportunities and you will then be instructed to complete a paper job application to apply for that Temporary/Part-Time position opening.
Only certain positions require an attachment to be submitted with the job application. When an attachment is required, the application will specify the type of document that is needed and any other document attached will not be considered.
You will receive an email within one week from the closing date of the job posting containing information about the status of your submitted job application. That message will come to the email address you used to create your governmentjobs.com account.
CalPERS retirement, 80 percent City paid health insurance, paid vacation and sick leave, 12 paid holidays, City paid life insurance, Employee Assistance Program, free family membership at the Adorni Recreation Center, free enrollment at Little Saplings Preschool for children and grandchildren of City employees, reduced rate for after school programs, free family membership to Sequoia Park Zoo and more!
This is a health insurance deduction.
This is a CalPERS deduction that the employee pays which is 3% of the employer's portion.
This is a continental supplemental insurance deduction.
In lieu of Social Security, payroll deductions go into a 457 supplemental retirement plan with MissionSquare Retirement (formally ICMA) for all temporary/part-time employees.
First, inform your supervisor of the need for time off due to a serious medical condition. You do not need to provide details. Then, reach out to Human Resources and they will inform you of your applicable benefits.
If your injury requires immediate attention, go straight to the emergency room and let them know it is a Worker's Compensation injury so you do not get billed. When you are able, complete the Employee Claim form and submit to your supervisor or Human Resources in order to initiate a Worker's Compensation claim.