Insurance Benefit Information for Administrators, Exempt, Permanent Classified, Temporary Hourly Employee


Unless you are notified by Clark College Human Resources, you are not eligible for insurance.

An employee is eligible if:
  • he or she works an average of at least eighty hours per month and works for at least eight hours in each month for more than six consecutive months, or
  • he or she works an average of at least eighty hours per month and works for at least eight hours in each month of the season. A season is any recurring, cyclical period of work at a specific time of year that lasts three to eleven months.
All hours worked in faculty positions and student work-study positions are not counted towards eligibility.

Links to WAC rules regarding eligibility: Employees can access PEBB (Public Employee Benefits Board) rules and guidance through the PEBB website (www.pebb.hca.wa.gov) , specifically WAC 182-12-114 and 182-12-131. If an employee has a change that affects his or her eligibility for benefits, Clark College will notify the employee. Employees have the right to ask Clark College to re-evaluate their eligibility at any time.

It is the employee's responsibility to inform Clark College immediately if they are returning from layoff status within 24 months of their layoff date. For the limited purpose of determining PEBB benefits eligibility, "layoff" is defined in WAC 182-12-109 and there are examples of application in WAC 182-12-129 and 133 (1)(e)).

It is the employee's responsibility to inform Clark College immediately if they have or obtain multiple jobs or positions within Clark College.

Employees have the right to appeal any eligibility decisions for PEBB benefits (current and future) made by a PEBB-participating employing agency through the PEBB Appeals Process. The PEBB appeals process begins with requesting a review from your employer. For a complete explanation of the appeals process and the appeals forms, visit the PEBB website.

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