The City of Bellevue is situated between Lake Sammamish and Lake Washington with the Cascades mountain range to the east and the Olympic mountains to the west offering breath-taking panoramic vistas. Bellevue is the Eastside’s major urban population center, making it the fifth largest City in Washington State. Due to its livability and economic base, Bellevue received the 2007 National 100 Best Communities for Young People Award. In addition, in March 2008, the City of Bellevue was recognized by Fortune Small Business Magazine as one of the nations best places to live and launch a new business! We are proud of our award winning City and the employees who help make it happen! The City of Bellevue is truly a culturally-enriched destination City to live, work and play!
Apply on-line at www.bellevuewa.gov . The City of Bellevue offers its’ employees medical, dental, vision and life insurance coverage; three retirement saving programs; and, a wide variety of benefits from on-site fitness facilities, tuition reimbursement, to flexible spending accounts for healthcare and dependent care. We work in an eco-friendly environment with state of the art technology and equipment. More detail is available on our website at www.bellevuewa.gov . If the position you are applying for is identified as a limited term, then the following definition applies: Hired for more than 9 months and no more than three years. Employment status is exactly the same as regular employees and receives all the same benefits with three exceptions:
1) At-will for the duration of the limited term assignment
2) Have a specific end date in which their employment with the City will terminate
3) Ineligible for any form of layoff benefits and/or severance at termination.
*Note: The City of Bellevue does not participate in Social Security, which means employees do not contribute to or earn Social Security credit while employed with the City. Further, the Social Security Administration applies a formula containing an offset to take into account employment with a nonparticipating employer. The Social Security offsets are explained in the Municipal Employee Benefits Trust – City of Bellevue Retirement Benefit Plan Summary Plan Description. They are also described in the Social Security Administration Publications 05-10045 for the Windfall Elimination Provision and 0510007 for the Government pension Offset which can be found on the Social Security website www.ssa.gov/pubs . City of Bellevue employees participate in the Washington State Retirement Plan and may also contribute to the Municipal Employee Benefit Trust (MEBT)/401K plan and a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. The City of Bellevue is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity in its workforce.