New Employee Orientation
All new employees to WHOI are invited to attend New Employee Orientation which is held the third Thursday of each month throughout the year. Presentations will be given by various departments across the Institution. All new hires are encouraged to attend within the first month of arrival to gain the most from the day, but are welcome to any presentation throughout the year that fits their schedule. Contact Julie Fawkes at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to participate.
February 21st-8:30-3:00 Challenger Conference Room
March 21st-8:30-3:00 Challenger Conference Room
April 18th-8:30-3:00 Clark 201
May 16th-8:30-3:00 Clark 201
June 20th-8:30-3:00 Challenger Conference Room
September 19th-8:30-3:00 Challenger Conference Room
October 17th-8:30-3:00 Challenger Conference Room
November 21st -8:30-3:00 Clark 201
One-on-One Meetings with Diversified in 2013
Diversified will be onsite at WHOI every month in 2013 beginning in February. Individual one-on-meetings are available in 25-minute time slots. You must schedule your appointment in advance by registering online using the Diversified Meeting Scheduler
. Advance registration is allowed for up to 3 months and is available to you through the online registration site. If you feel you will need more than 25-minutes to meet with a Diversified representative, you may sign up for more than one session, or you may want to sign up for the last session of the day.
403(b) Annual Contribution Limits for 2013
The IRS announced the 2013 contribution limits for Defined Contribution retirement plans. For 2013, the maximum annual amount an employee can contribute into a 403(b) plan is $17,500, or up to $23,000 for those who are age 50 or older by December 31, 2013. Additionally, the total annual maximum for employee and employer contributions is $51,000 in 2013 (or up to $56,500 for employees age 50+ with a catch-up contribution).
Recent Job Announcements
Part Time Helper (5 openings) - G&G
Lab Assistant II/Research Assistant I- G&G
Last updated: June 4, 2013
The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is dedicated to research and education to advance understanding of the ocean and its interaction with the Earth system, and to communicating this understanding for the benefit of society. Total Rewards
To achieve its overall mission, an integral part of WHOI’s strategy is to attract, recruit, and retain a world-class staff, representing a diversity of people, backgrounds and ideas. To that end, we are driven to provide a total rewards package that supports these initiatives and complements WHOI’s culture and values. What are total rewards?
Simply put, total rewards is the monetary and non-monetary return provided to employees of WHOI in exchange for their time, talents, efforts and results. It involves these key elements: compensation
, performance and recognition
, and development
and career opportunities