Supplemental Benefits – Open Enrollment

 

 

 

 

VENDOR CONTACT INFORMATION – Please call directly with any questions

 

Delta Dental 1-800-662-8856

Community Eye Care 1-888-254-4290

MetLife Life Insurance 1-800-275-4638

Transamerica Whole Life (Creative Worksite Solutions) 1-866-971-9715

Cancer Select Plus (Creative Worksite Solutions) 1-866-971-9715

Lincoln Short Term Disability (Creative Worksite Solutions) 1-866-971-9715

Allstate Accident (Creative Worksite Solutions) 1-866-971-9715

Flex Spending Account (Corporate Benefit Services) 1-800-277-9476

Dependent Care Account (Corporate Benefit Services) 1-800-277-9476

Legal Shield/Identity Protection (John) 910-859-0102

Prudential 401(k) (Clay) 1-704-219-6104

Nationwide 457(b) (Michael) 919-909-0191

AFLAC Hospital Indemnity/ Accident/ Critical Illness Must enroll with AFLAC Representative in person

 

*DEPARTMENT HEADS AND LIASIONS PLEASE ENCOURAGE ALL EMPLOYEES TO LOG ON TO THEIR EMAIL TO COMPLETE THE ONLINE QUESTIONNAIRE BY OCTOBER 11TH*

 

PLEASE BEWARE:

***** ANY ENROLLMENT FORMS NOT RECEIVED BY END OF BUSINESS ON OCTOBER 11, 2019 WILL CONSTITUTE A WAIVE OF COVERAGE REGARDLESS OF YOUR SELECTION ON THE QUESTIONNAIRE****

FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNT AND DEPENDENT CARE

 

FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNT AND DEPENDENT CARE

 

NOTE: Due to IRS regulations, Human Resources now requires enrollment forms be submitted annually for Flex Spending Account and/or Dependent Care Accounts.  Thank you in advance.

  • Please DO NOT send any enrollment forms to individuals within Human Resources

The Enrollment form should be filled out and  submitted to: openenrollment@pendercountync.gov on or before 10/11/2019.

 

2019 Flexible Benefit Account Enrollment Form

 

PLEASE BEWARE:

***** ANY ENROLLMENT FORMS NOT RECEIVED BY END OF BUSINESS ON OCTOBER 11, 2019 WILL CONSTITUTE A WAIVE OF COVERAGE REGARDLESS OF YOUR SELECTION ON THE QUESTIONNAIRE****

 

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Featured Job of the week!

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to be the new
Assistant County Manager for Pender County!
Apply today!

Assistant County Manager
Salary- Depends on Qualifications
Location- 805 S. Walker Street, Burgaw
Job Type- Full-Time Permanent
Department- COUNTY MANAGER
Job Number- 2018–00256
Closing- 10/7/2019 11:59 PM Eastern

General Definition of Work
Performs complex professional and difficult executive work assisting the County Manager with projects and daily administration, providing information and analysis for
decision making, providing advice and guidance to department directors, assisting with budget preparation, coordinating work with County Manager and department
directors, supervising several designated departments, maintaining records and files, preparing reports, and related work as apparent or assigned. Work is performed
under the general direction of the County Manager. Organizational supervision is exercised over County staff as assigned

Essential Functions
Oversees and directs the assigned departments by developing work plans and goals, discussing on-going issues and solving problems; guides and assists
departmental directors in establishing policies and procedures; evaluates performance.
Assists County Manager in policy development, investigative issues, problems and projects requested by the Board of County Commissioners; oversees County
operations in the absence of the County Manager.
Assists in annual budget preparation; prepares reports; maintains files and records.
Monitors County departmental budgets.
Initiates new projects, programs, etc. within departments; assists departments in the structured interview process.
Works with appointed and elected officials from other jurisdictions and levels of government as needed.
Resolves controversial, delicate and difficult issues involving the public, special interest groups, businesses, appointed officials from other jurisdictions and elected officials.
Performs a variety of research regarding legal issues, programs in other jurisdictions, etc.
Acts as liaison and County representative on a variety of Boards and Committees; represents the County at conferences and meetings as requested; attends
Board of County Commissioner meetings.
Handles special projects as assigned by County Manager.
Works with Board members on various issues as needed; assists with agenda preparation and follow-up on Board actions.

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education & Experience
Comprehensive knowledge of the organization, function, and methods of operation of a local government; comprehensive knowledge of general management and office
organization principles and practices; comprehensive knowledge of the basic laws, ordinances, and regulations underlying the local government; ability to analyze a variety
of complex issues and develop solutions; ability to express complex ideas effectively orally and in writing; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with county officials, associates, and the general public.

Bachelor’s degree with coursework in public administration, political science, business administration, or related field and considerable experience in
government administration, or equivalent combination of education and experience.

PENDER COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Agency
Pender County Government
Address
801 S. Walker St.

Burgaw, North Carolina, 28425
Phone
910-259-1513
Website

Pender County Government

New Pender County Manager Announced

Chad McEwen named Pender County Manager

BURGAW – Pender County commissioners announced Chad McEwen is the new county manager. McEwen has served as Pender County Assistant County Manager for the last two years. Prior to working for Pender County, McEwen worked for the Town of Burgaw for 13 years, seven of which he was town manager.

“Chad has proven leadership and management skills,” said George Brown, chairman of the Pender County Board of Commissioners. “We are pleased he has agreed to step into the role of county manager.”

McEwen will replace Randell Woodruff, who is stepping aside to become Brunswick County’s new county manager.

McEwen is a graduate of the University of North Carolina – Wilmington with an undergraduate degree in political science and a master’s degree in public administration.

“I’m grateful for the opportunity to serve as the county manager for Pender County,” said McEwen. “I greatly appreciate the confidence shown in me by the Pender County Board of Commissioners.”

McEwen will begin his new role as county manager effective Oct. 18.

McEwen is married and the couple have one son.

“I look forward to continuing to build upon the recent successes in Pender County,” said McEwen, particularly those endeavors that has made Pender County one of the most popular places in the country to live, work, and visit.

Pender County Welcomes Allen Vann as new Director of Buildings and Grounds

Please join us in welcoming Allen Vann to the Pender County Team.   

 

Hello, I’m Allen Vann and have been named Director of Buildings and Grounds for Pender County Government. Before coming to work here, I worked with Pender County Schools as Chief Officer of Auxiliary Services for the last year and eight months. Prior to Pender Schools, my career experience in facility management included seventeen years with Johnston County Schools where I served as Director of General and Regulatory Services.

I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Recently, I obtained my Graduate Degree (MBA) from Meredith College in Raleigh, North Carolina. I met by awesome wife, Valerie at UNCW and have been married for 23 years. We have two beautiful daughters, Logan and Chloe. As far as personal interests, I enjoy family time, tent camping, and kayaking.

I am extremely excited to be a part of the Pender County Team. It didn’t take me long to figure out what a great group of hard-working folks we have in the Public Works Department. I look forward to all of the opportunities we’ll share together and hope that I can help to make a difference for all stakeholders in Pender County.

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