Tuition Reimbursement

Tuition reimbursement will be provided for tuition costs up to $5,000 per year offered by accredited educational institutions. Reimbursement is provided as an incentive for employees to improve their skills and upgrade their performance by assisting employees with educational assistance for courses directly related to the essential functions of their present job, or in line with a position that the City believes an employee can reasonably achieve. Classes and course work must be completed on the employee's own time, maintain a grade average of "C" or better, and this benefit is coordinated with and secondary to any other source of funds you may receive for the purpose of attending classes. If an employee takes a leave of absence for educational purposes, they will not be eligible for tuition reimbursement.

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1. Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
2. Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS)
3. Holidays
4. Vacation
5. Sick Leave
6. Personal Leave
7. Flexible Work Schedules
8. Tuition Reimbursement
9. Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance
10. Short- and Long-Term Disability Insurance
11. Deferred Compensation - 457 and Roth IRA
12. Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
13. Longevity
14. Training Schools