Healthcare acknowledgment (whether you elect or decline) Are you taking employee plus spouse or family coverage? We will need the spousal authorization form if you are insuring your spouse Are you new to HSA? We will need the First Financial application form, a copy of your driver’s license, and the HSA deduction authorization. Not new [...]
You can find this number on the top left corner of your pay statement/stub or by asking your department’s administrative assistant.
That is okay! DocuSign is a website that will show you forms that we need signatures on. You can “sign” the documents on the website (this is called a digital signature and is legal). You will receive an email with forms that you will log into DocuSign and digitally sign on their website the day [...]
We have 8 phone sessions; 6 of those are in the evenings, one is on a Saturday and 2 are days that are City holidays. If that still doesn’t work – let us know and we will find a way that works for you. 812-376-2570
Yes. The City requires everyone to log in and decline benefits. Also, you have the City provided Life insurance that needs a new beneficiary form this year.
How can I apply for a job with the City of Columbus? All of our current job openings are online at http://jobs.columbus.in.gov The job descriptions are linked to the open position. If you don't see the job you are looking for 1) there is not an opening at the moment 2) check back another day!
The City of Columbus is a "Drug Free" environment. All candidates for full-time employment are tested for drugs and alcohol. Public Safety and employees holding CDL licenses are randomly tested. Additionally, City Hall is a Smoke Free environment.
Employee benefits are for full-time employees only. Benefits include: Salary or Wages Healthcare Insurance PERF (Pension) Social Security (FICA and Medicaid) Overtime (Comp Time) Vacation Time Paid Holidays and Leaves Sick Days Unemployment Insurance Employee Assistance Wellness and Health Programs
All applications are held for six months. All job openings require separate applications.
The Police Department accepts applications year-round. Applications are picked-up and returned to the Personnel Department. The Fire Department accepts applications every two years. Typically this begins in January or February. Due to the lengthy applicant review process, each Department draws off the candidate list for one year, or until all qualified applicants have been contacted with [...]