Congratulations on being selected as a new member of the Spokane County Library District Team. On this site you will find the information you need to prepare for your career with the District.
The What to Bring Checklist contains information that will assist you to quickly and accurately complete the required forms.
Spokane County Library District is pleased to offer our employees a comprehensive benefits package. Depending on employment status and the amount of regularly-scheduled weekly work hours, those benefits may include:
Employee Assistance Programs
Long-Term Disability Insurance
Sick and Vacation Leave
Fringe Benefits Summary
The New Employee Enrollment process begins with completing all the necessary paperwork required to integrate a new employee into our payroll and benefit plans. Your offer letter will contain instructions for you to use to arrange a specific date and time for you to meet with a member of our department. This process must be completed before you report to your assigned location. The What to Bring Checklist contains information that will assist you to quickly and accurately complete the required forms.
New employee orientation begins your introduction to the worksite(s), your new supervisor, and your co-workers. This Orientation is your information gateway into discovering more about Spokane County Library District. As part of this program, you will become more familiar with the District’s culture, values, the various community libraries we serve, locations, benefits, and much more.
SCLD payroll is processed by our payroll staff located in the Business Office. Depending on the questions you have or the payroll information you need, the first line of contact is your immediate supervisor/manager.
Paydays occur on the 10th and 25th of each month. Hours from the 1st through the 15th of the month are paid on the 25th and hours from the 16th through the end of the month are paid on the 10th of the following month. If payday falls on a weekend or holiday, the payday will be the preceding workday.
The District uses electronic timesheets. Employees are responsible for completing their timesheet, and forwarding it to their supervisor for approval per the schedule established by the Business Office.
The District requires that all district employees participate in the direct deposit program. In this program, the employee’s net pay will be electronically forwarded to the employee’s account at the financial institution of their choice. The employee may either designate that their net pay be deposited to (a) checking account, (b) savings account, or (c) combination of both. The amount designated must be either 100% of the net pay, or a specific amount of dollars. If more than one account is requested for direct deposit, then the employee must designate which account is the “primary account” (the account that will always be processed first). When a specific amount of dollars is selected as a direct deposit option, it will be the default selection as the primary account. Note: It is expected that new employees without bank accounts are to have an account established within thirty (30) days of commencing work. Direct deposit funds should be available in an employee’s personal account(s) by 9:00 AM on the designated paydays. Pay stubs will be provided to the employees. The stubs will be either mailed to the address designated by the employee or forwarded to the employee’s primary work location prior to payday.
Spokane County Library District is responsible for the collection of all court ordered payments such as garnishments, child support payments, bankruptcy, IRS levies and creditor garnishments. If you see a deduction on your pay stub labeled garnishment, please contact the Business Office for more information.