Granville County offers a very competitive benefits package. It includes County health and life insurance, group rate coverage for dental and vision, a flexible spending plan, 401(k), and a retirement pension (once fully vested). Granville County employees enjoy 12 paid holidays per year as well as the ability to accrue vacation and sick leave on a monthly basis. Several voluntary supplemental insurance options are also available including AFLAC and Colonial. Granville County offers excellent promotional and advancement opportunities as well as unrivaled career security in working for local government.
Full Time Employee Benefits:
Granville County Employee’s Official Source of Information for all benefits (please contact HR for username and password): Employee Benefits Portal
Payroll information, including pay advices: PayCom Online
Wellness Program (Well Works for You): WellWorksForYou
Employee Assistance Program (EAP): MYgroup EAP
BCBS health and dental insurance claims and benefits: BCBS Member Services
Telemedicine (MDLIVE): MDLIVE
Community Eye Care (CEC) vision insurance: Community Eye Care Member Login
Flexible Spending account: ProBenefits Member Login
The Hartford Group Life Insurance: The Hartford Group Life Insurance
Local Government Retirement account: NC Local Government Retirement- ORBIT
Prudential 401(k) and/or 457 account: Prudential Member Login
NC Local Government Retirement Handbook: Retirement Handbook
NC Local Government Retirement Handbook for LEOs: LEO Retirement Handbook
Each full-time, regular, probationary, or trainee employee occupying an officially budgeted position shall earn annual leave on a monthly basis in accordance with the following schedule of total service:
|Years of County Service||Monthly||Annually|
|Less than 2 years||7.50||90|
|2 but less than 5 years||9.00||108|
|5 but less than 10 years||10.50||126|
|10 but less than 15 years||12.50||150|
|15 but less than 20 years||14.50||174|
|20 years or more||16.50||198|
The county provides 7.5 hour’s sick leave each month to each full-time regular, probationary, or trainee employee occupying an officially budgeted position.
12 Paid Holidays:
- New Year’s Day
- Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Birthday
- Good Friday
- Memorial Day
- Fourth of July
- Labor Day
- Veterans’ Day
- Thanksgiving Day and Thanksgiving Friday
- Christmas Day- 3 days according to the following schedule:
|When Christmas Falls On:||County Employees Observe:||These Days:|
|Sunday||December 22, 23, and 26||Thursday, Friday, Monday|
|Monday||December 25, 26, and 27||Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday|
|Tuesday||December 24, 25, and 26||Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday|
|Wednesday||December 24, 25, and 26||Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday|
|Thursday||December 24, 25, and 26||Wednesday, Thursday, Friday|
|Friday||December 24, 25, and 28||Thursday, Friday, Monday|
|Saturday||December 23, 24, and 27||Thursday, Friday, Monday|
Retiree Health Insurance:
The County shall provide hospitalization insurance in an amount equal to a single employee’s coverage for employees hired prior to July 1, 2014, who upon retirement, meet one of the following criteria:
- Age 65 or older and have been previously employed by Granville County on a regular full-time basis for at least twenty (20) years.
- Age 62 or older and have been previously employed by Granville County on a regular full-time basis for at least twenty-two (22) years.
- Age 55 or older and have been previously employed by Granville County on a regular full-time basis for at least twenty-five (25) years
- Have been previously employed by Granville County on a regular full-time basis for at least thirty (30) years regardless of age.
- County Commissioners having served three complete terms. County Commissioners having served two complete terms may continue coverage by assuming financial responsibility for the payment of the entire premium.
An employee that retires from employment with the County, having met any one of the criteria for continuation of hospitalization insurance set forth in this section, and who, upon retirement, was also providing additional spousal or dependent coverage, may continue that coverage until such time as the retiree is no longer covered under the policy due to a shift to a Medicare supplement policy, termination of coverage by insured, death, or other reason. The retiree must assume financial responsibility for the payment of the entire premium associated with the dependent coverage. Employees who leave employment with the county, then return can grandfather with regards to the retiree health benefits provided the return date of employment is within 60 months of the date of separation. Failure to pay for the dependent coverage in a timely manner shall result in the regular termination of the dependent coverage.