City Employee Benefits
If you have questions or need assistance, contact Ashley Kilker at 309.524.2067 or contact the benefit providers directly.
Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance
Eligibility for insurance begins the first of the month following a 30-day waiting period for new employees. The City and the employees share in the cost of the plans. Medical, dental, and vision plans available to employees, retirees and other eligible dependents include:
- A comprehensive, self-funded medical plan (including prescription drug coverage)
- A self-funded, comprehensive dental plan
- A self-funded vision plan
View current benefit summaries:
- 2022 Benefits Overview
- https://transparency-in-coverage.uhc.com/ - Transparency in coverage link
- UMR Choice Plus/PPO Plan
- UMR High Deductible Health Plan
- Health Insurance Summary Plan Descriptions
- Dental Insurance Summary Plan Description
- Flexible Spending Summary Plan Description
- Required Notices
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), non-union and United Auto Workers (UAW) employees participate in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF). Retirement benefits are based on years of service and wages earned. Employees contribute 4.5% of earnings to the pension.
Police and fire personnel are eligible for pension plans administered by independent pension boards.
Paid Time Off
The amount of paid time off is dependent upon the employee’s position, years of service and any union affiliation. Paid time off includes vacation, sick leave, holidays and personal days.
Deferred Compensation & Roth IRA Plan
The City offers voluntary 457 and Roth IRA retirement savings plans through International City Management Association Retirement Corporation (ICMA-RC). Employees can contribute a portion of their salary to these plans to assist them in building retirement security.
Flexible Spending Plan
Through the flex plan, using pretax dollars, employees can pay their portion of their health insurance premiums and qualified medical, dental, vision and day care expenses. Employees are eligible to participate in the plan the first of the month following a 30-day waiting period.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
The City of Moline offers employees and their immediate family members confidential, professional counseling services and specialty referrals. An assessment and six free counseling sessions are provided.
A voluntary, decreasing term life insurance policy is available for employees participating in the IMRF pension. This policy provides coverage for employees, their spouses and any eligible dependents.