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  • Benefits
    anniversary Jan 1st following 20th anniversary Jan 1st following 24th anniversary 80 hours prorated 80 hours 100 hours 120 hours 140 hours 160 hours 200 hours 216 hours Sick Leave Full time employees accrue 15 days per year Holidays Floating Holidays 9 paid holidays plus 5 floating holidays every year Health Insurance The District pays 88 of the cost of both the single and family plans Coverage is effective 30 days from start date Our health plan provides excellent coverage with no office co pays or deductibles Dental The District pays 100 of the single premium and an equal amount toward the family premium Coverage is effective following 30 days Wisconsin Retirement System The District is covered under the Wisconsin Retirement System WRS The District and all employees will pay toward the WRS an amount determined annually by the State of Wisconsin There is a 5 year vesting schedule for the District s portion 457 Deferred Compensation and Roth IRA Plan The District sponsors a voluntary tax deferred retirement plan through ICMA Retirement Corporation An after tax Roth IRA is also sponsored Flexible Spending Account MMSD offers a health care and dependant care flexible spending account to enable employees to use tax free funds to pay for qualified expenses Life Insurance We offer term life insurance that employees can purchase through the State of Wisconsin for themselves their spouse or dependents Long Term Disability The District offers the State of Wisconsin Long Term Disability Insurance LTDI program at no charge The amount of the benefit is 40 of the employee s salary Employee Assistance Program EAP The District offers a free and confidential EAP to help employees with personal problems such as relationship issues depression substance abuse parenting legal or financial issues Wellness Program MMSD employees have the option of

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  • Why Work Here?
    because we understand that water is finite At MMSD we quietly do our work knowing that this really matters It is important We have a part in protecting the future for our children and our children s children We value integrity teamwork creativity and balance Trust is earned through our actions and preserved through truthfulness and collaboration You will find we honor our commitments and seek innovative solutions Creativity allows us to be curious and explore possibilities that could make the District even better at fulfilling its mission and vision Every day people depend on us to get it right It is our job to always look for ways to improve because our communities count on it This is why we will not be satisfied with being average and why we will always challenge ourselves and others This isn t easy but to provide the best possible service to our communities we must be adaptable and embrace change because without it improvement is not possible What else is great about working at MMSD Casual work environment High employee retention and low turnover Stability There will always be a need for our services Safety matters Great people Excellent benefits Opportunity and

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  • Getting Hired
    Ordinances Sustainability Careers Job Opportunities Benefits Why Work Here Getting Hired Getting Hired Hiring is one of the most important functions within an organization because every single employee makes an impact Every individual has the opportunity to positively contribute to our mission and add value to the organization through initiative innovation and enthusiasm When we add a member to our team we take that responsibility very seriously We do not

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  • User Log In
    Projects Completed Projects Professional Services Programs Initiatives Yahara WINs Metrogro Pretreatment Mercury Chloride Reduction Phosphorus Harvesting Hauled Waste Education Take a Tour Pollution Prevention Treatment Plant Process Bird Observation Area Planning Facility Plans Budget Finance Permits Ordinances Sustainability User Log

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  • User Log In
    Projects Completed Projects Professional Services Programs Initiatives Yahara WINs Metrogro Pretreatment Mercury Chloride Reduction Phosphorus Harvesting Hauled Waste Education Take a Tour Pollution Prevention Treatment Plant Process Bird Observation Area Planning Facility Plans Budget Finance Permits Ordinances Sustainability User Log

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  • History
    Madison were served by public sewers that supported the approximate population of 12 000 residents The sewers discharged raw sewage directly into Lake Mendota and Lake Monona Within a couple years Madison residents expressed their concern about discharging raw sewage into their beautiful city s lakes which were a source of pleasure for many residents and tourists As the need for a more unified method of sewage collection and disposal became evident the city in 1895 authorized a sewage treatment plant utilizing chemical precipitation The chemical precipitation process was up and running in May of 1898 but was abandoned by January 1901 due to producing unsatisfactory effluent water being discharged into nature The chemical precipitation process was replaced by a septic tank and trickling filters located at the Burke Plant credited with being the first trickling filter plant in the United States As the city continued growing it became apparent that an additional sewage treatment plant was needed By 1928 the Nine Springs Wastewater Treatment Plant was up and running with a capacity of 5 million gallons per day MGD Madison s sewage treatment capacity was up to 10 MGD between the Nine Springs and the Burke Wastewater Treatment Plants Due to the growth of several municipalities in 1930 the most feasible way of disposing of wastewater in the metropolitan area was to create the Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District MMSD By 1936 the first addition to the Nine Spring wastewater treatment plant was complete This increased the capacity by 6 25 MGD and allowed for the Burke Plant to be taken offline A few years after the first addition was complete a state law was passed prohibiting effluent discharge into Madison lakes MMSD decided to route the effluent water to Badfish Creek where most of the effluent water is discharged

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  • User Log In
    Projects Completed Projects Professional Services Programs Initiatives Yahara WINs Metrogro Pretreatment Mercury Chloride Reduction Phosphorus Harvesting Hauled Waste Education Take a Tour Pollution Prevention Treatment Plant Process Bird Observation Area Planning Facility Plans Budget Finance Permits Ordinances Sustainability User Log

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    Projects Completed Projects Professional Services Programs Initiatives Yahara WINs Metrogro Pretreatment Mercury Chloride Reduction Phosphorus Harvesting Hauled Waste Education Take a Tour Pollution Prevention Treatment Plant Process Bird Observation Area Planning Facility Plans Budget Finance Permits Ordinances Sustainability User Log

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