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Remote Information Security Principal Architect - Grand Prairie
newabout 4 hours ago
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A financial and banking institution is in need of a Remote Information Security Principal Architect. Must be able to: Conduct architectural risk and impact assessments Evaluate proposed data protection and business solutions Plan and implement data protection security measures Applicants must meet the following qualifications: 5+ years in system security administration, controls or information management 10+ years of systems architecture experience End to end understanding of the software development lifecycle

Telecommute Coding Appeals Expert - Oxnard
newabout 8 hours ago
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A healthcare company is seeking a Telecommute Coding Appeals Expert. Must be able to: Perform forensic coding/chart reviews Author winning appeals for our provider clients Applicants must meet the following qualifications: Coding certification held with a nationally recognized coding certification organization 3 years of experience auditing and/or coding inpatient or ambulatory care records RHIA, RHIT, or RN/MD/DO with CCS or CPC-H

Telecommute Strategic Account Manager
newabout 8 hours ago
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A software development company has a current position open for a Telecommute Strategic Account Manager. Core Responsibilities Include: Acting as the primary point of contact between the company and a few strategic clients Relaying information from the client that could affect our relationship Ensuring the continuation of a healthy client relationships Qualifications for this position include: Strong interpersonal skills Strong technical enterprise-level computer software background Strong functional consultative approach Ability to discuss technical concepts with C-level executives 7+ years of experience in a similar or solution consulting role BS / BA or other degree required

Telecommute Political Science Academic Coach
newabout 8 hours ago
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An instructional support service provider is in need of a Telecommute Political Science Academic Coach. Must be able to: Provide online student support Serve as facilitators and graders, while university faculty are the teachers of record Monitor discussion threads, answer inquiries/emails within 24 hours, provide online student support Skills and Requirements Include: Master's Degree in Political Science / Criminal Justice At least 18+ graduate hours in the specific course content area listed below is required Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Telecommute Java Developer
newabout 8 hours ago
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A software platform company is seeking a Telecommute Java Developer. Candidates will be responsible for the following: Understanding of algorithms and data structures Developing and supporting actual Java server-side or desktop applications Writing secure code Must meet the following requirements for consideration: Every quarter, you'll travel to an in-person meeting with the entireteam History developing and supporting actual Java server-side or desktop applications Strong Computer Science background Participation in open source Java library projects Complete understanding of how to write secure code Appreciation for testing and the ability to write unit tests using JUnit

Educator Bi-lingual optional / US Citizen or DACA Status (Akiachak) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: baccalaureus divinitatis, b.d., college of humanities, communication, esl, human geography, humanities, italian, japanese, victorian

Educator Entry Level K-12 - Bachelor Required, Apply by Mar 1st (Hampstead) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: college of humanities, early education, ethics, human geography, italian, m.div, performing arts, religion, rhetoric, school of humanities

Educational Instructor No Teaching Experience Required, Apply by 3/1 (Payson) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, culture, humanities, italian, m. div, master of divinity, pedagogy, philosophy, theology, womens studies

Educational Instructor No Teaching Experience Required, Apply by 3/1 (Dulce) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, baccalaureus divinitatis, b.d., culture, esl, human geography, music, performing arts, philosophy, rhetoric

[HOME CARE JOBS] Caregiver / CNA - All Shifts
newabout 8 hours ago
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Come join one of the largest home care companies in the nation - we have openings near you! We're hiring caring and compassionate CAREGivers, Certified Nursing Assistants, and Home Health Aides to work with seniors in their homes throughout the area. Become a part of our team and join our mission to enhance the lives of aging adults throughout your community.Open PositionsCaregiver Companions. No Certifications or experience necessary, but a passion for caring for seniors is required. Ideal for students, retirees, and professionals that would love to earn while making a differenceCertified Nursing AssistantsCertified Home Health AidesBenefitsCompetitive Wages & Benefits.Earn a living while making a difference. Select offices offer health insurance.Job training:Beyond learning practical skills, you can educate yourself about complex diseases like Alzheimer's.Flexible schedules: Work when it suits you. Together, we will tailor a schedule that works for you. Work close to home:You will be serving seniors in your own community. We may even be able to match you with a client who lives in your neighborhood.Make new friends: Our CAREGivers typically forge genuine bonds with the people they serve. Plus, you will meet other Home Instead CAREGivers and have opportunities to develop professional relationships with them.Did we mention satisfaction?Few things feel better in life than giving back. As a Home Instead CAREGiver, you experience the privilege of giving back to your community with every shift you complete. That feeling is priceless.

Educator Entry Level K-12 - Bachelor Required, Apply by Mar 1st (Bloomfield) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: chinese, communication, human geography, japanese, language, learning technology, literature, master of divinity, performing arts, rhetoric

Educational Instructor No Teaching Experience Required, Apply by 3/1 (Dandridge)
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: communication, culture, english, history, human geography, m. div, m.div, philosophy, rhetoric, theatre

Educator Bi-lingual optional / US Citizen or DACA Status (Norfolk) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: art, baccalaureus divinitatis, chinese, early education, human geography, japanese, m.div, public relations, theatre, womens studies

Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - An Opportunity for Impact (Austin) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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*Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, March 1st, 2019.Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law, non-profit, finance, government, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from Portland to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: art, art history, baccalaureus divinitatis, dance, french, historical, music, pedagogy, theology, victorian

Educator Bi-lingual optional / US Citizen or DACA Status (Morrison) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: b.d., coeducational, ethics, journalism, liberal arts, m.div, photography, phylosophy, victorian, womens studies

HVAC Residential Installer $500 signing bonus
newabout 8 hours ago
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ClimaTech Inc., a leader in the industry for more than 40 years, is looking for an experienced Residential Installation Mechanic whose background has been specific to the residential market. Qualified applicants must have experience in the installation of heating and cooling systems and components such as but not limited to the following: FURNACES AIR CONDITIONERS HEAT PUMPS BOILERS AIR CLEANERS HUMIDIFIERS THERMOSTATS RECTANGULAR AND ROUND DUCT CHIMNEY LINERS REGISTERS AND GRILLES Applicants must able to solder, braze and cut and thread black iron pipe.Applicants must be EPA certified.Applicants must be 410 certified. Applicants must be familiar with the Power Tools of the trade and must be safety conscious. Excellent Salary and Benefit Package available to candidates who are honest, skilled, and have the required experience. For more information about ClimaTech visit our website www.climatech.com For consideration of Employment, qualified Applicants must appear in person to fill out an Application.ClimaTech is a Equal Opportunity Employer. Associated topics: boiler, gas, hvac, hvac technician, hvac r, refrigeration, repair, thermograph, thermographer, ventilation

Educator Bi-lingual optional / US Citizen or DACA Status (Independence)
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, chinese, ethics, french, greek, japanese, language, public relations, victorian, writing

Ag Equipment Service Manager (Festus)
newabout 8 hours ago
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Welcome to S&H Farm Supply. We are a high volume new and used equipment dealership with over 200 short-lines with 4 locations in Southern Missouri. We also have one of the Midwest's largest selections of used farm, lawn & garden, and recreational equipment. We pride ourselves on being a \"one-stop-shop\" for the larger farmer owning thousands of acres, hobby farmers owning five acres, construction crews, & commercial mowing companies alike.We re hiring a Service Manager in Lockwood, MO to manage all service operations with a focus on high customer satisfaction. You will be leading all repair and maintenance of our agricultural equipment. Your focus will be on scheduling and prioritizing work flow, working directly with customers and coaching/managing team members to maximize performance of the department.We offer an excellent work environment and competitive wages. Compensation is highly dependent on the experience you bring and includes benefits such as medical, paid vacation and 401K.This job might be for you if you:Have 5+ years in service, repair, and maintenance of agriculture, farm, diesel, construction and/or heavy equipment or similar equipment along with prior management experienceAre a strong communicator and coach implementing efficient operations and promoting a customer-first mentality amongst the teamEnjoy a role working directly with customers and can work calmly under the pressure of the busy seasonAre a self-starter with strong time management skillsHave the ability to work seasonal overtime and SaturdaysWhat you will be doing:Oversee all operations of the service department from managing several technicians to working directly with customersManage the schedule and prioritization of service assignmentsCreate service department goals and budget in alignment with the organization s financial and operational objectivesEnsure the processing of warranty claimsManage and maintain company property including shop, equipment and vehiclesReview work orders for completeness and accuracyManage recruiting, staffing and employee development activities for employees reporting to this positionEnsure team compliance to all safe business practices and processes Associated topics: customer care manager, director, gerente de servicio, lead, leadership, manager, monitor, operations manager, product support, senior

Educator Entry Level K-12 - Bachelor Required, Apply by Mar 1st (Oswego)
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, esl, ethics, greek, learning technology, liberal arts, m.div, music, phylosophy, school of humanities

Certified Nurse Asst/Unit Secretary- M/S Telemetry E
newabout 8 hours ago
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DescriptionWorking under the supervision of a nurse, the Certified Nurse Assistant II acts as the primary clerical resource for the unit as well as performs various patient care activities. This is a dual role position which functions as a Certified Nurse Assistant and a Unit Secretary. This position serves as an important link in the communication chain ensuring information is transmitted between nursing personnel, other hospital personnel, physicians, patients, family members and guests.RequirementsHigh School diploma or equivalent.Strong customer service skills and computer literacy is required.Previous experience as a Nurse Assistant/Unit Secretary in a hospital setting preferred. Working knowledge of medical terminology preferred.Current Texas CNA CertificationCPR (American Heart Association) Associated topics: bsn, cardiothoracic, care, intensive, intensive care, intensive care unit, recovery, registered nurse, surgery, transitional

Educator Entry Level K-12 - Bachelor Required, Apply by Mar 1st (Schaumburg) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, culture, history, language, learning technology, public relations, school of humanities, spanish, theatre, thm

Educational Instructor No Teaching Experience Required, Apply by 3/1 (Sapulpa) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: b.d., historical, language, m. div, pedagogy, phylosophy, public relations, religion, theatre, womens studies

Surgical Technologist (Surg Tech) - Appleton
newabout 8 hours ago
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We Are Hiring Surgical Technologist - Surgery 001 - Weekends - SEH St Elizabeth Hospital Oneida - Appleton, WIThe Operating Room at St. Elizabeth Hospital has a brand-new Surgical Technologist position that doesn't require any call! The position will be required to work 40 out of 52 weekends per year and one weekday shift per pay period. This opportunity will receive weekend premium pay on top of the base rate of pay and shift differentials for weekend hours worked. There is flexibility with the FTE, up to a 1.0 FTE if desired. There is a generous sign-on bonus offered with this position. Schedule:The position will work 40 out of 52 weekends per year (approximately 1 weekend off per month) and will also work one weekday shift per pay period. The 40/52 Surgical Tech will work every Saturday and Sunday from 6:30 AM - 6:30 PM or 6:30 PM - 6:30 AM. *Sign-On Bonus Eligible & Weekend Premium Pay*Why Join Ascension? In Wisconsin, Ascension operates 24 hospitals and hundreds of related healthcare facilities that together employ more than 23,500 associates. Across the state, Ascension provided more than $230 million in community benefit and care of persons living in poverty in fiscal year 2016. Serving Wisconsin for 169 years, Ascension is a faith-based healthcare organization committed to delivering compassionate, personalized care to all, with special attention to persons living in poverty and those most vulnerable. Ascension is the largest non-profit health system in the U.S. and the world s largest Catholic health system, operating 2,500 sites of care including 141 hospitals and more than 30 senior living facilities in 24 states and the District of Columbia. Visit www.ascension.org/wisconsin. We re looking for talented associates to join us as we continue advancing healthcare across Wisconsin.What You Will Do Job Summary:The Surgical Technologist facilitates the safe and efficient performance of surgical procedures. Responsibilities:Prepares surgical operating suite with sterile drapes and sterile solutions as well as appropriate sterile and non-sterile instruments and supplies.Hands required/requested instruments and supplies to surgeon during surgery.Assists with preparing, transporting, positioning and draping patients.Maintains instruments in an organized manner and monitors/tracks instruments counts throughout procedures.May participate in the training of new associates.QualificationsLicenses/Certifications/Registration:Required Credential(s):Certified BLS Provider credentialed from the American Heart Association (AHA) obtained within 12 Months (1 year) of hire date or job transfer date. Associates working at St Elizabeth s in Wabasha, MN are not required to have BLS.Preferred Credential(s):Certified Surgical Tech credentialed from the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA). Education:Diploma Completion of a Surgical Technologist program requiredWork Experience:One (1) year of related experience preferred.Equal Employment Opportunity Ascension Wisconsin is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against employees or prospective employees on basis of age, race, creed, color, religion, marital status, sex, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, sexual orientation, disability, arrest and/or conviction record, military status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic or status protected by law.For further information regarding your EEO rights, click on the following link to the EEO is the Law poster:M/F/Disabled/VetEEO is the Law Poster Supplement Associated topics: ascp, blood collection, hematopathology, medical lab science, medical technologist, mlt, sterile processing technician, technician, technologist, toxicology

Educational Instructor No Teaching Experience Required, Apply by 3/1 (Kalamazoo)
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: communication, dance, english, greek, history, m. div, philosophy, photography, public relations, rhetoric

Entry Level Teacher (K-12) - Change Starts With You - Apply by March 1st (Arlington) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: classics, italian, master of divinity, master of theology, photography, phylosophy, religion, school of humanities, theology, thm

Educator Bi-lingual optional / US Citizen or DACA Status (Lynchburg) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: art, baccalaureus divinitatis, chinese, early education, human geography, japanese, m.div, public relations, theatre, womens studies

Educator Entry Level K-12 - Bachelor Required, Apply by Mar 1st (Atchison) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: b.d., chinese, communication, english, greek, language, master of divinity, master of theology, pedagogy, spanish

Educator Bi-lingual optional / US Citizen or DACA Status (Sioux Falls)
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, art, baccalaureus divinitatis, culture, french, m. div, music, school of humanities, victorian, writing

RN Clinical Nurse I-Nephrology FT Days/CHS-NE
newabout 8 hours ago
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Job Req ID: 183437Position Number: 00124393Employment Type: Full TimeShift: DayShift Details: 7:00 am- 7:00pmStandard Hours: 36.00Department Name: NephrologyLocation: CHS NortheastLocation Details: Carolinas HealthCare System is Atrium Health. Our mission remains the same: to improve health, elevate hope and advance healing - for all. The name Atrium Health allows us to grow beyond our current walls and geographical borders to impact as many lives as possible and deliver solutions that help communities thrive. For more information, please visit carolinashealthcare.org/AtriumHealth Job SummaryThe RN Clinical Nurse I provides professional nursing care through skillful assessment, diagnosis, outcomes identification, planning, implementation, and evaluation in accordance with facility or department policies procedures, and/or protocols under the supervision of the nursing leader. Assists in maintaining a safe work environment and performs all related job responsibilities in a safe manner. Maintains clinical and professional competency as appropriate to the population of patients served. Essential FunctionsCollects data pertinent to the healthcare consumer's health or the situation. Analyzes the assessment data to determine actual or potential diagnoses, problems, and issues. Identifies expected outcomes for a plan individualized to the healthcare consumer or the situation. Develops a plan that prescribes strategies to attain expected, measurable outcomes. Implements the identified plan, coordinates care delivery, and employs strategies to promote health and a safe environment. Delegates elements of care to appropriate healthcare workers in accordance with any applicable legal or policy parameters or principles. Evaluates progress toward attainment of goals and outcomes. Practices in a manner that is congruent with cultural diversity and inclusion principles. Communicates effectively in all areas of practice. Collaborates with healthcare consumer and other key stakeholders in the conduct of nursing practice. Leads within the professional practice setting and the profession. Integrates evidence and research findings into practice. Contributes to quality nursing practice. Evaluates one's own and others nursing practice in relation to professional practice standards and guidelines, relevant statutes, rules and regulations. Utilizes appropriate resources to plan, provide, and sustain evidence-based nursing services that are safe, effective, and fiscally responsible. Practices in an environmentally safe and healthy manner. Practices ethically. Promotes shared governance, or facility decision making activities, developing and nurturing research to positively affect clinical outcomes and promotion. Physical RequirementsWork requires walking, standing, sitting, lifting, reaching, stooping, bending, pushing, and pulling. Must be able to lift and support the weight of 35 pounds in handling patients, medical equipment, and supplies. Must speak English in good, understandable terms. Intact sense of sight, hearing, smell, and touch. Finger dexterity. Critical thinking and ability to concentrate. Must be able to respond quickly to changes in patient and/or unit conditions. Physical Abilities Testing required. Education, Experience and Certifications.Graduate from an accredited School of Nursing. BSN preferred. Current Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider status according to American Heart Association. Current RN license or temporary license as a Registered Nurse Petitioner in the state in which you work and reside or; if declaring a National License Compact (NLC) state as your primary state of residency, meet the licensure requirements in your home state; or for Non-National License Compact states, current RN license or temporary license as a Registered Nurse Petitioner required in the state where the RN works. At Atrium Health, formerly Carolinas HealthCare System, our patients, communities and teammates are at the center of everything we do. Our commitment to diversity and inclusion allows us to deliver care that is superior in quality and compassion across our network of more than 900 care locations. As a leading, innovative health system, we promote an environment where differences are valued and integrated into our workforce. Our culture of inclusion and cultural competence allows us to achieve our goals and deliver the best possible experience to patients and the communities we serve. Posting Notes: Not ApplicableCarolinas HealthCare System is an EOE/AA Employer Associated topics: care unit, infusion, mhb, nurse, psychiatric, recovery, registed, registered nurse, surgical, unit

RN, Registered Nurse - LDRP - PRN - Beaumont
newabout 8 hours ago
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DescriptionThe staff Registered Nurse (RN) is a vital part of an interdisciplinary team assessing, planning, implementing, evaluating, and documenting care in efforts to deliver the highest levels of care to the patient and family. This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of CHRISTUS Health St. Elizabeth Hospital, and demonstrating behavior consistent with the Core Values. The unit is a 19-bed LDRP Level II perinatal center, along with a 5-bed triage and 2-bed testing areas.RequirementsGraduate of a State Board accredited School of Nursing or equivalentCurrent licenses or permit to practice professional nursing in the State of TexasCurrent BLSMust be able to communicate effectively and professionally with patients, families, and medical staff both verbally and writtenOne year prior nursing experience preferredToday, we are one of the largest, most advanced facilities in the CHRISTUS Health System and the only Magnet Hospital between Houston and Baton Rouge.If you are looking to join a rapidly growing faith-based organization that encourages professional development, we want you to become a part of the CHRISTUS Health St. Elizabeth Family! Associated topics: asn, bsn, care, care unit, intensive care unit, neonatal, nurse, nurse rn, psychiatric, registed

Educational Instructor No Teaching Experience Required, Apply by 3/1 (Opa Locka)
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: chinese, human geography, italian, liberal arts, m.div, master of divinity, music, philosophy, rhetoric, theatre

Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - An Opportunity for Impact (Baker City) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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*Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, March 1st, 2019.Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law, non-profit, finance, government, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from Portland to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: art, b.d., communication, english, italian, m. div, pedagogy, photography, phylosophy, thm

Educator Bi-lingual optional / US Citizen or DACA Status (Boone)
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, chinese, ethics, french, greek, japanese, language, public relations, victorian, writing

Educator Bi-lingual optional / US Citizen or DACA Status (Imperial) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: art, coeducational, ethics, history, humanities, italian, master of theology, public relations, spanish, theatre

Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - An Opportunity for Impact (Syracuse) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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*Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, March 1st, 2019.Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law, non-profit, finance, government, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from Portland to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, baccalaureus divinitatis, chinese, coeducational, french, language, liberal arts, literature, school of humanities, womens studies

Educator Entry Level K-12 - Bachelor Required, Apply by Mar 1st (Sallisaw) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: greek, history, japanese, literature, music, photography, public relations, religion, rhetoric, writing

Educator Bi-lingual optional / US Citizen or DACA Status (Garden Grove)
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: art, art history, classics, culture, dance, humanities, journalism, master of divinity, school of humanities, thm

Entry Level Teacher (K-12) - Change Starts With You - Apply by March 1st (Brandon)
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, classics, early education, esl, italian, journalism, public relations, rhetoric, school of humanities, spanish

Entry Level Teacher (K-12) - Change Starts With You - Apply by March 1st (Clearwater) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, classics, early education, esl, italian, journalism, public relations, rhetoric, school of humanities, spanish

Entry Level Teacher (K-12) - Change Starts With You - Apply by March 1st (Conway)
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: archaeology, art history, communication, ethics, philosophy, phylosophy, rhetoric, spanish, victorian, writing

Entry Level Teacher (K-12) - Change Starts With You - Apply by March 1st (Salem)
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: art, b.d., classics, culture, human geography, humanities, learning technology, m. div, music, school of humanities

CNA - Nursing Float Pool - Missoula
newabout 8 hours ago
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Providence is calling a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) (Nursing Administration (Float Pool), Full Time, 0.9FTE, 72 Biweekly Hours/36 Weekly Hours, Day Shift, 7:00am-7:30pm) to St. Patrick Hospital and Health Sciences Center in Missoula, Montana. We are a community of caregivers delivering every day on our Mission to provide compassionate care that is accessible for all especially those who are poor and vulnerable. In this position you will: Act as an advocate for patients in maintaining choice, independence, privacy, dignity and security. Provide appropriate patient care as directed by the licensed nurse. Assist in providing care and implementing delegated activities of the nursing plan. Qualifications: Required qualifications for this position include: Current Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) certification Current Basic Life Support (BLS) card must be from the following authorized governing bodies: American Heart Association (AHA) - (BLS Provider), American Red Cross (ARC) - (BLS for Health Care Provider), or Military Training Network (MTN) (Healthcare Provider) upon hire Successful completion of an orientation program or equivalent experience Preferred qualifications for this position include: High School diploma or General Equivalency Degree (GED) About the hospital you will serve. St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula, Montana has more than 250 licensed beds and serves patients from 17 counties. We have been recognized as a Thomson Reuters Top 100 Hospital and among many other awards, have earned the Premier Award for Quality award repeatedly. Missoula is halfway between Yellowstone and Glacier National Park. It is a university city of 65,000, surrounded by big sky, scenic mountains, forests and renowned rivers. We offer a full comprehensive range of benefits - see our website for details Our Mission As expressions of God's healing love, witnessed through the ministry of Jesus, we are steadfast in serving all, especially those who are poor and vulnerable. About Us Providence Health & Services is a not-for-profit Catholic network of hospitals, care centers, health plans, physicians, clinics, home health care and services guided by a Mission of caring the Sisters of Providence began over 160 years ago. Providence is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Providence does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, disability, veteran, military status, religion, age, creed, national origin, sexual identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by local, state, or federal law. Schedule: Full-time Shift: Day Job Category: Certified Nursing Assistant Location: Montana-Missoula Req ID: 213057 Associated topics: adult nurse practioner, advanced practice registered nurse, assessments, clinic, cns, community, locum, midwife, np, physician assistant

RN Clinical Nurse I - Levine Children's Hospital - NICU
newabout 8 hours ago
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Job Req ID: 180506Position Number: 00010372Employment Type: Full TimeShift: NightShift Details: Nights (7p-7a)Standard Hours: 36.00Department Name: LCH 7S NICNLocation: Carolinas Medical CenterLocation Details: Levine Childrens Hospital NICNCarolinas HealthCare System is Atrium Health. Our mission remains the same: to improve health, elevate hope and advance healing - for all. The name Atrium Health allows us to grow beyond our current walls and geographical borders to impact as many lives as possible and deliver solutions that help communities thrive. For more information, please visit carolinashealthcare.org/AtriumHealth Job SummaryThe RN Clinical Nurse I provides professional nursing care through skillful assessment, diagnosis, outcomes identification, planning, implementation, and evaluation in accordance with facility or department policies procedures, and/or protocols under the supervision of the nursing leader. Assists in maintaining a safe work environment and performs all related job responsibilities in a safe manner. Maintains clinical and professional competency as appropriate to the population of patients served. Essential FunctionsCollects data pertinent to the healthcare consumer's health or the situation. Analyzes the assessment data to determine actual or potential diagnoses, problems, and issues. Identifies expected outcomes for a plan individualized to the healthcare consumer or the situation. Develops a plan that prescribes strategies to attain expected, measurable outcomes. Implements the identified plan, coordinates care delivery, and employs strategies to promote health and a safe environment. Delegates elements of care to appropriate healthcare workers in accordance with any applicable legal or policy parameters or principles. Evaluates progress toward attainment of goals and outcomes. Practices in a manner that is congruent with cultural diversity and inclusion principles. Communicates effectively in all areas of practice. Collaborates with healthcare consumer and other key stakeholders in the conduct of nursing practice. Leads within the professional practice setting and the profession. Integrates evidence and research findings into practice. Contributes to quality nursing practice. Evaluates one's own and others nursing practice in relation to professional practice standards and guidelines, relevant statutes, rules and regulations. Utilizes appropriate resources to plan, provide, and sustain evidence-based nursing services that are safe, effective, and fiscally responsible. Practices in an environmentally safe and healthy manner. Practices ethically. Promotes shared governance, or facility decision making activities, developing and nurturing research to positively affect clinical outcomes and promotion. Physical RequirementsWork requires walking, standing, sitting, lifting, reaching, stooping, bending, pushing, and pulling. Must be able to lift and support the weight of 35 pounds in handling patients, medical equipment, and supplies. Must speak English in good, understandable terms. Intact sense of sight, hearing, smell, and touch. Finger dexterity. Critical thinking and ability to concentrate. Must be able to respond quickly to changes in patient and/or unit conditions. Physical Abilities Testing required. Education, Experience and Certifications.Graduate from an accredited School of Nursing. BSN preferred. Current Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider status according to American Heart Association. Current RN license or temporary license as a Registered Nurse Petitioner in the state in which you work and reside or; if declaring a National License Compact (NLC) state as your primary state of residency, meet the licensure requirements in your home state; or for Non-National License Compact states, current RN license or temporary license as a Registered Nurse Petitioner required in the state where the RN works. At Atrium Health, formerly Carolinas HealthCare System, our patients, communities and teammates are at the center of everything we do. Our commitment to diversity and inclusion allows us to deliver care that is superior in quality and compassion across our network of more than 900 care locations. As a leading, innovative health system, we promote an environment where differences are valued and integrated into our workforce. Our culture of inclusion and cultural competence allows us to achieve our goals and deliver the best possible experience to patients and the communities we serve. Posting Notes: Not ApplicableCarolinas HealthCare System is an EOE/AA Employer Associated topics: asn, bsn, ccu, intensive care, intensive care unit, nurse rn, psychiatric, staff nurse, tcu, unit

CNA - Long Term Care/Skilled Nursing Care - Chewelah
newabout 8 hours ago
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Providence is calling a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) (Skilled Nursing Care, Variable Shift, 0.0 FTE) to Providence St. Joseph's Hospital in Chewelah, Washington. We are a community of caregivers delivering every day on our Mission to provide compassionate care that is accessible for all - especially those who are poor and vulnerable. In this position you will: Act as an advocate for patients in maintaining choice, independence, privacy, dignity and security. Provide appropriate patient care as directed by the licensed nurse. Assist in providing care and implementing delegated activities of the nursing plan. Have responsibility for providing support and assistance to sub-acute patients and long term care residents, which may include those with Alzheimer's and Dementia. Qualifications: Required qualifications for this position include: Completed an approved Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) course OR enrolled in an approved course and perform skills successfully checked off in the clinical setting by the course instructor Currently Certified as a Nursing Assistant (CNA) OR Registered as a Nursing Assistant (NA-R) and attain the CNA within 120 days Current listing on Washington Nurse Aide (OBRA) Registry Preferred qualifications for this position include: High School diploma or General Equivalency Degree (GED) 1 year of CNA experience About the skilled nursing facility you will serve. Providence St. Joseph's Hospital in Chewelah, Washington, offers full-service acute care, skilled health care professionals and the latest in medical technology to the residents of Stevens County. We offer a full comprehensive range of benefits - see our website for details Our Mission As expressions of God's healing love, witnessed through the ministry of Jesus, we are steadfast in serving all, especially those who are poor and vulnerable. About Us Providence Health & Services is a not-for-profit Catholic network of hospitals, care centers, health plans, physicians, clinics, home health care and services guided by a Mission of caring the Sisters of Providence began over 160 years ago. Providence is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Providence does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, disability, veteran, military status, religion, age, creed, national origin, sexual identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by local, state, or federal law. Schedule: On Call Shift: Variable Job Category: Certified Nursing Assistant Location: Washington-Chewelah Req ID: 215301 Associated topics: ambulatory, care unit, domiciliary, hospice, intensive, intensive care, mhb, nurse, registed, surgery

Educational Instructor No Teaching Experience Required, Apply by 3/1 (Hagerman)
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: art, chinese, classics, communication, culture, dance, human geography, italian, pedagogy, victorian

Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - An Opportunity for Impact (Grove City) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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*Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, March 1st, 2019.Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law, non-profit, finance, government, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from Portland to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: b.d., chinese, early education, greek, historical, learning technology, music, pedagogy, public relations, victorian

Entry Level Teacher (K-12) - Change Starts With You - Apply by March 1st (Abbeville) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: b.d., early education, human geography, japanese, journalism, learning technology, master of divinity, religion, theatre, victorian

Educator Bi-lingual optional / US Citizen or DACA Status (Jacksonville)
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: culture, dance, geography, human geography, language, m. div, performing arts, religion, school of humanities, thm

Entry Level Teacher (Grades Pre-K-12) - An Opportunity for Impact (Mountainair)
newabout 8 hours ago
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*Applications for the upcoming deadline should be submitted no later than Friday, March 1st, 2019.Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law, non-profit, finance, government, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from Portland to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusUpcoming Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the upcoming deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: b.d., early education, french, history, human geography, humanities, master of divinity, photography, victorian, writing

Educator Bi-lingual optional / US Citizen or DACA Status (Burlington) - Teach For America
newabout 8 hours ago
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Who We AreTeach For America (TFA) is a leadership development organization focused on the systemic challenges facing children growing up in poverty. While potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, opportunity is not, and we seek to correct this injustice. We recruit, train, and support talented and ambitious leaders from all career backgrounds and academic majors to teach in high-need communities across the US.No matter your career background or academic major, we believe that your unique experiences and skills can play a vital role in ensuring that kids in high-need communities receive a quality education.Who You AreJoining Teach For America is a great fit if:You have a deep-seated belief that every child in America should have access to an excellent education and equal opportunity to learn and grow, regardless of race, ethnicity, location, or socio-economic background.You have a desire to build stronger communities and empower future generations.You have proven leadership experience and a history of achievement.You are hungry for a job where you can make a difference and help create enduring change.What You ll DoWe recruit outstanding and diverse leaders to become corps members. As a corps member, you ll be a full-time teacher for two years at the preschool, elementary, middle, or high school level, with the opportunity to lead real change and make a deep impact on your students and the community that you serve.Teach For America corps members teach a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): science, math, computer science, humanities, language arts, English, reading, special education, Spanish/bilingual education, ESL, history, social studies, and more.You ll work in close partnership with educators, parents, and community members to set ambitious goals for your students and help support them on their journey to achieving their dreams. With an unparalleled support network, ongoing coaching and leadership development during your two years in the corps, you will have a profound impact on your students academic and personal growth. As a TFA alum, you will gain access to numerous top graduate school and employer partnerships that will help you advance and accelerate your leadership trajectory after you leave the corps.While many alumni choose to continue teaching after their two year commitment, others choose to branch out across a variety of sectors law/legal, non-profit, marketing, finance, government, healthcare, and more while continuing to help positively impact the movement for educational equity throughout their careers.We are Educators. Mentors. Leaders. Community Members. Together, we see the potential in each and every student in this country no matter what.Where You Will TeachTeach For America works in 51 communities across the country. We call them regions, and they range from large cities to rural communities, from New Haven to Hawai'i and South Dakota to the Rio Grande Valley, TFA corps members are challenging what is possible for our nation s students.Minimum RequirementsStrong academic performance: Minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA or higherBachelor s degree by June 2019 or earlierMust be a citizen, national, or legal resident of the United States or have DACA statusFinal Application DeadlinePlease submit your completed application before the final deadline date: 3/1/19 Associated topics: art, classics, esl, geography, greek, language, public relations, theology, victorian, womens studies

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