Cibola County offers a comprehensive benefits package and a competitive retirement plan. Below are the benefits offered to Cibola County Employees and their families.  Links are provided to educate current and future employees on those benefits.  If you have further questions regarding any of these benefits, please contact our Human Resources Department.

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What's the difference between HMO and PPO Plan?

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Summary of Benefits and Coverage

PresbyterianHMO Plan
Summary of Benefits and Coverage

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Prescription Drug Plan


Benefit Summary Table

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Benefits and Coverage Table  

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Term Life and AD&D Insurance Coverage

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SONM Open Access Plus IN (OAP)
SONM Open Access Plus (OAPIN)          

State of New Mexico Benefits Comparison Guide

PERA-srgb-tagPERA is a defined benefit plan.  That means you and your employer contribute a certain percentage, (you from your salary, employer from its funds) towards your retirement.  Benefits are paid when certain age and credit eligibility requirements are met, regardless of the amount of member contributions paid into the plan.  
PERA administers two tiers of benefits:

  • TIER 1 - you are in tier 1 if you are hired for the first time on or before June 30, 2013; had member contributions on account as of June 30, 2013; were retired as of June 30, 2013.
  • TIER 2 - you are in tier 2 if you were a new member hired on or after July 1, 2013.