Pay and Benefits
While salary is an important consideration, IHS provides many other forms of compensation that significantly contribute to your overall experience and make IHS a competitive employer. This concept of “Total Compensation” includes not only salary, but also the benefits, awards, leave, retirement and other incentives you may receive as part of a rewarding work environment. These are just some of the many ways that IHS recognizes employee contributions.
For personalized information on the total value of employee compensation and benefits, current IHS employees can access the Government Retirement and Benefits (GRB) Platform . Instructions regarding how to create a GRB account and the HHS GRB license number can be found on the GRB section of the HHS Intranet . The GRB Platform allows you to view and print a Total Compensation Statement that provides a comprehensive picture of your compensation, including salary, benefits and retirement information.
Attracting and retaining top-level talent in a variety of different clinical, technical, professional, and administrative areas is key to accomplishing IHS’s mission. The Total Compensation offered to all members of the IHS team is an important tool in making IHS an employer of choice.
IHS provides competitive salaries to its valued workforce under pay systems and pay tables authorized under Title 5 and Title 38 of the United States Code.Learn More
Time & Attendance
The Integrated Time and Attendance System (commonly known as ITAS) is IHS’s time and attendance system.
IHS provides generous leave benefits to its employees to help employees balance their work and personal lives.
As a Federal employee, you may be able to enroll in health, life, dental, and vision insurance and apply for long-term care insurance.Learn More
IHS non-temporary employees participate in a competitive retirement plan that enables employees to take an active role in securing their future.Learn More
IHS employees who sustain job-related injuries or illnesses receive compensation benefits under the Workers’ Compensation program.Learn More