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Executive Chef - Shelburne

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SHELBURNE FARMS: Executive Chef Job Overview Shelburne Farms is seeking a dedicated Executive Chef to join the Farm’s food and guest service leadership team. This position oversees the daily preparation of food grown on Shelburne Farms and partner farms and forests to create a memorable guest experience in our farm to table restaurant and demonstrate the crucial connection between the land and the food we eat.  The Executive Chef also supports other day-to-day stewardship practices such as minimizing food waste and composting.  While the farm-to-table restaurant at the Inn is open May-October, the Executive Chef has year-round responsibilities, including providing food service for on-campus guests, program participants and partners, collaborating with garden, farm, and education staff, and supporting other mission advancing activities.   Shelburne Farms provides year-round overnight guest accommodations and food service for a diverse audience.  The historic Inn at Shelburne Farms offers a spectacular setting for people from around the world to stay, learn, and experience the Farm.   This position reports to the Inn Director and is a salaried, year-round position with excellent health insurance, paid vacation, and 401k.   Please see full job description here: https://shelburnefarms.org/about/jobs/executive-chef   Organization Overview Shelburne Farms is a unique nonprofit organization whose mission is to inspire and cultivate learning for a sustainable future.  Our campus is a beautiful 1,400-acre working farm, forest, and National Historic Landmark that is open to the public for lodging and dining.  We offer programs and life-long learning experiences and partner with other organizations– on and off campus – inspiring people to make informed decisions that will create a sustainable future.    Shelburne Farms is an Equal Opportunity Employer and committed to fostering a culturally aware learning community that is open to multiple perspectives.    Qualifications Applicants should have a passion for supporting healthy local food systems and three years or more of culinary and food service management experience, including staff supervision and budget management as well as a passion for preparing and sharing locally sourced, simply prepared and beautifully presented, great tasting, nutritious food   To Apply You may submit a cover letter and resume in strict confidence to Ari Sadri Inn Director at [email protected] or Shelburne Farms, 1611 Harbor Road, Shelburne, VT 05482 –   Applications will be reviewed as received until the position is filled.  More detail about The Inn at Shelburne Farms, please visit https://culinaryagents.com/entities/74140-the-inn-at-shelburne-farms

Events Coordinator

new3 days ago
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The Ecology Center is a 49-year-old nonprofit located in West Berkeley. Our mission is to inspire and build a sustainable, healthy, and just future for the East Bay, California, and beyond. The Ecology Center transforms the ideas of sustainability into everyday practice. We offer information you can act on, infrastructure you can count on, and leadership for lasting change. We are working toward a world of resilient communities, zero waste and toxics, equal access to healthy food, sustainable resource use, and a safe and stable climate. Founded in the run-up to the first Earth Day in 1970, the Ecology Center has been a regional and national leader on a wide range of issues, turning vision into action and cementing it with advocacy. We operate the nation's first and longest-running curbside recycling service, nationally recognized food and farming programs, and model education and engagement activities. We are a committed, congenial, and diverse staff dedicated to making the world a better place through action. Every employee is integral to the success of our organization. We value vision, collaboration, and creative problem-solving. If you are passionate and qualified, we encourage you to apply to be part of our team. Program Description The Development Department leads the organization's strategy for fundraising & communication and helps to support the growth of community partnerships. Development also works closely with programmatic staff to support the outward landscape of the organization through key communications & events delivered throughout a diversity of channels. Summary of Responsibilities: The Ecology Center hosts many events to inform and engage the public on issues central to our mission: climate, food & farming, zero waste, and citizen empowerment. Under the direction of the Development Director, the Events Coordinator is responsible for the programming, coordination, and execution of Ecology Center events covering a wide variety of topics, utilizing a variety of the purpose of promotion and fundraising at the Store, Farmers’ Markets, and other Ecology Center programs. The Events Coordinator promotes the Ecology Center and raises the organization’s visibility via in-person events and contributes to an active digital presence to drive engagement, increase participation, membership, and support the organization’s fundraising efforts. Primary Responsibilities: ● Work collaboratively across all departments to develop, coordinate, and staff a roster of public classes, workshops, tours, films, and fundraising events that fulfill EC’s strategic directives. ● Recruit cosponsors, manage the cosponsor relationship and arrangements and provides cosponsors with directives for co-promotion. ● Create a fundraising strategy and materials for events, manages deliverables involved with sponsorship processes. ● Support Development Director in the creation and submission of grant proposals relevant to events. ● Develop event strategies that incorporate strategic partnerships and expand the organization’s demographic reach. ● Staff Ecology Center events, recruiting additional staffing support from youth interns, volunteers, and staff from relevant programs, as needed. ● Promote events in a timely manner, using social media, email, and online event postings, in coordination with Communications Program Manager. ● Increase event participation by live streaming, capturing and posting event content digitally, and creating social media content that connects event topics to the wider arena of Ecology Center’s work. ● Support EcoStore and Farmers’ Market programs through social media content creation to drive turnout of customers and use of services. ● Set up ticketing or other RSVP mechanisms, track attendance, and facilitate post-event communications and data entry. ● Manage event logistics, including rental contracts, set-up, AV support, and obtaining permits if necessary; prepare EcoHouse site in advance of on-site tours, classes, workshops. ● Track event expenses and revenue. ● Cultivate a diverse group of educators and speakers to present at Ecology Center events. ● Manage event programs when necessary, communicating with presenters as necessary on logistics. ● Perform emcee duties when necessary, introducing guest speakers, welcoming attendees to the venue, and promoting Ecology Center membership and donations. ● Handle inquiries from the general public about upcoming or past events. ● Solicit event sponsorship or in-kind donations and fulfill sponsorship agreements in collaboration with the Development Director and Communications Program Manager. ● Maintain event-related data in a database and document event planning processes for repeat events. ● Ensure that event staff observe safe operating practices and comply with organizational safety policies. Maintain familiarity with, follow, and ensure staff compliance with all Ecology Center policies and procedures in the performance of daily duties. ● Perform other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. ● High School Diploma/GED required. ● Three years of experience planning and managing fundraising events ● Demonstrated commitment to the Ecology Center mission and vision ● Ability to plan, execute, and promote events. ● Ability to work in a fast paced environment and multi-task ● A warm, thoughtful, articulate communication style that can be adapted to many different situations and audiences. ● Excellent verbal and written communication skills. ● Proficient in Google Docs, Word, Excel, Powerpoint. Willingness to acquire more technology knowledge and skills. Experience with database(s) and expertise with social media and Experience with database(s) including SalesForce, Eventbrite & Constant Contact, and expertise with social media. ● Ability to set up and operate AV systems, including projection and sound. ● Creativity, flexibility, and ability to be simultaneously involved in numerous projects or events at different stages of planning. ● Demonstrated commitment to the Ecology Center mission and vision, and knowledge of environmental topics. ● Agile problem-solver, able to think on one’s feet. ● Ability to communicate effectively and courteously with a diverse audience even when in conflict. ● Ability to provide effective guidance and oversight to youth interns and volunteers. ● Ability to work independently as well as cooperatively with other staff. ● Must be detail-oriented, accurate, efficient, and well organized. ● Ability to contribute to a fruitful, harmonious, diverse, and supportive organizational culture. Preferred Qualifications: ● Bachelor’s degree preferred, with a focus in non-profit administration ● Experience with Adobe suite and/or graphic design Salary and Benefits: Full-time, non-exempt position; starting hourly rate is $21.20 to $24.37 depending on qualifications. Please note that only internal candidates are eligible for the highest starting pay rate. This position is eligible for benefits which include fully paid employee medical, dental, optional vision plan, fully vested 401K plan, vacation/sick/holiday pay, Employee Assistance Program How to Apply: Complete application found at www.ecologycenter.org/jobs/ . Send completed application, resume, and cover letter in pdf format to Erika Evearitt at hiringecologycenter.org . Please add “Events Coordinator II” to email subject line. Application Deadline Open until filled. Please apply early as this position posting may close at any time. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE We value diversity. People of color, people LGBTQIA-identified, women, veterans, people with disabilities, and formerly incarcerated individuals are strongly encouraged to apply. EOE/AA. Founded in 1969, the Ecology Center is a nonprofit organization located in Berkeley, California that focuses on improving the health and the environmental impacts of urban residents. We address critical issues through a model of education, demonstration, replication, and advocacy. We envision a world where human activity nurtures the ecosystems that we all depend on — a world of sustainable cities; empowered, resilient communities; zero waste and zero toxics; equal access to healthy food; sustainable resource use; and a safe and stable climate. The Ecology Center’s mission is to inspire and build a sustainable, healthy, and just future for the East Bay, California, and beyond. We transform the ideals of sustainability into everyday practice. We deliver information you can act on, infrastructure you can count on, and leadership for lasting change. Our services include farmers’ markets, produce stands, residential curbside recycling, classes and workshops, Youth Environmental Academy, help desk and hotline, book & DVD library and seed library, store for sustainable living, and a demonstration house and garden. We convene the Berkeley Food Policy Council, the Berkeley Climate Action Coalition, and the California Alliance of Farmers’ Markets. We also lead Market Match, an innovative nutrition incentive program that doubles the value of “food stamps” at farmers’ markets across California, and serve as the fiscal sponsor for a wide range of projects that align with our mission.

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Ophthalmology Physician

new3 days ago
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Job Description & Requirements Ophthalmology Physician in Georgia StartDate: 08/01/2019Available Shifts: 4 Day Workweek Pay Rate: $300000.00 - 1000000.00 Merritt Hawkins is excited to announce a rare Southeast opening for a true ophthalmic surgeon. This exceptional opportunity features next-level earning potential, career flexibility, and the security of an established need for services. Some of the other many highlights include: Compensation and Benefits Over 90th percentile documented earning potential Generous salary guarantee and unlimited income potential Comprehensive benefits package Your Work Surgery: physicians do not provide routine care Extensive referral base, internally and throughout the city Regarded as one of the leading eye care centers in the United States Usually the ‘first-to-have’ and ‘first-to-do’ in their market Flexible and customizable work week Take over a busy and turnkey practice with the best, state-of-the-art technology and equipment at your fingertips Fellowship training required (cornea or retina) Your Home Enjoy living in this popular metro city rich with culture and tradition. This city has all the amenities you and your family may desire. Professional sports, numerous museums, Broadway plays, the symphony, fine dining, excellent shopping and a botanical garden are all available. Educational options range from some of the best public and private schools in the country to private and state universities, not to mention medical schools with residency and fellowship programs. Affordable housing is available in the city or in the many surrounding affluent suburb communities. You’ll be surprised at the low cost of living Ditch your snow shovel – Four beautiful seasons with year-round mild weather Have a variety of popular suburbs to choose from near your office Catch a flight to anywhere from one of the busiest international airports in the world About the Company Merritt Hawkins, an AMN Healthcare company, is a permanent physician placement service that fills more physician jobs than any other firm. In addition to being the nation’s leader in physician employment search and consulting services, Merritt Hawkins also recruits and places select allied health professionals. AMN Healthcare is an EEO/AA/Disability/Protected Veteran Employer. We encourage minority and female applicants to apply. Ophthalmologist, Cornea And Refractive, Ophthalmology, Eye, Eye Care, Eye Injury, Physician, Healthcare, Health Care, Patient Care, Hospital, Medical, Doctor, Md Job Description & RequirementsOphthalmology Physician in GeorgiaStartDate: 08/01/2019Available Shifts: 4 Day Workweek Pay Ra

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Spot Welders

new4 days ago
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…company in Jeffersonville is seeking Spot Welders; Company manufactures lawn and garden equipment and associates will be operating benders and presses. Will assemble

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Family Medicine Physician

4 days ago
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Job Description & Requirements Family Medicine Physician in Missouri StartDate: 08/01/2019Available Shifts: 36 Hour Work Week - Full Time Pay Rate: $230000.00 - 230000.00 This award-winning, nationally recognized, not-for-profit organization is looking for an additional family practice physician to join their group due to increased patient demand. Enjoy a true family medicine practice that allows you to see a patient panel of all ages. Practice Details Starting $230,000 annual salary plus wRVU production bonuses Nurse triage line for after hour phone calls Newborn nursery rounding privileges with no attendance of deliveries or C-Sections 4 weeks of paid time off plus 1 week CME $4,000 CME stipend Paid malpractice insurance with tail coverage Student loan assistance Visa candidates welcome Community Highlights No city personal property tax and property tax rates below those of metro areas 10 baseball/softball fields and soccer fields and 18 hole golf course Multiple dining and retail options – both chains and local fare Access to farmer’s market and community garden Surrounded by state parks, conservation areas, rivers, historic sites, and natural areas City Lake with a paved walking trail and Saddle Club Arena Public school options as well as private Catholic school options Live within an hours' drive of St. Louis St. Louis offers a host of attractions and activities that include the highly recognized St. Louis Zoo, Forest Park, The Muny, Anheuser-Busch Brewery, Busch Stadium, Scottrade Center, Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, The City Museum, St. Louis Art Museum, Peabody Opera House, Fox Theatre, Chaifetz Arena, The Hill, Union Station, and more. Major sports teams and an awesome sports town, with Cardinals baseball and Blues hockey Features ample fine-dining, wineries, and microbreweries Low cost-of-living with a healthy and balanced real estate market Access to great public and private schools Family-friendly communities: safe, inviting, and great for kids Immediate access to a major international airport About the Company Merritt Hawkins, an AMN Healthcare company, is a permanent physician placement service that fills more physician jobs than any other firm. In addition to being the nation’s leader in physician employment search and consulting services, Merritt Hawkins also recruits and places select allied health professionals. AMN Healthcare is an EEO/AA/Disability/Protected Veteran Employer. We encourage minority and female applicants to apply. Family Practice Physician, Family Practice Md, Family Practice, Family Doctor, Primary Care, Fp, Fm, Physician, Healthcare, Health Care, Patient Care, Hospital, Medical, Doctor, Md Job Description & RequirementsFamily Medicine Physician in MissouriStartDate: 08/01/2019Available Shifts: 36 Hour Work Week

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Temporary Position: Groundskeeper

4 days ago
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Posting Details Position Information Position Title Temporary Position: Groundskeeper Division Administration and Finance Department Campus Operations Position Summary The employee(s) hired for this position will serve as part of a temporary pool of reserve groundkeepers for UNC Asheville. Duties are assigned by the hiring department and will vary by assignment for temporary positions. This position will report to the Grounds Department of Facilities Management. Responsibilities may include pruning, weeding, pest control, planting of trees, shrubs and perennials, mulching, fertilizing, and all aspects of maintaining trees, shrubs and herbaceous perennials, mowing, weed-eating, snow removal, litter removal, and sidewalks/road/parking lot maintenance. Because of the extent of duties, a Grounds Worker at UNC Asheville must be both knowledgeable and self-motivated. Position Number FAC251 Full-Time/Part-Time/Intermittent Part-Time (20-29 hours/week) Salary Information $10.00 - $12.00 Per Hour Posting Detail Information Posting Number T0061 Minimum Education/Experience/Skills Demonstrated possession of the competencies necessary to perform the work. Some positions may require special licenses or certifications. Preferred Education/Experience/Skills High School Graduation or GED is preferred. A valid Driver’s license is strongly desired. A clear understanding of horticultural principles and techniques needed to properly maintain a diverse landscape of trees, shrubs, ground-covers and herbaceous perennials is required. Also, the preferred candidate will be knowledgeable in the use of organic products and methods including fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides. Knowledge of the cultivation, pruning, spraying, and trimming requirements of shrubs and trees is preferred. In addition, the ideal candidate will have an equal amount of experience and a proven proficiency in safe operation of all equipment used for grounds management, including commercial riding mowers, blowers, sprayers, pruning tools, garden tools, spreaders, large snow removal equipment, etc. Experience in landscape construction, from transplanting large trees and shrubs to proper installation of retaining walls and pavers is preferred. An understanding of written and oral directions to make applications of pesticides/herbicides and fertilizers is required. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of three years progressive experience in both horticultural knowledge and the use of grounds maintenance equipment. The ideal candidate will be able to perform duties requiring moderate to heavy amounts of physical labor and exertion in all types of weather, may be asked to assist in the set-up of events, furniture moving, etc., as needed. Ability to work as a member of a team and independently is required. The ability to communicate well with the public is an important factor of this position. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Basic understanding of lawn care equipment and techniques including but not limited to commercial riding mowers, blowers, sprayers, pruning tools, garden tools, spreaders, large snow removal equipment. Requires a good understanding of oral directions and ability to understand the applications of pesticides/herbicides and fertilizers. Must be able to perform duties requiring moderate to heavy amounts of physical labor and exertion in all types of weather—may be asked to assist in the set-up of events, furniture moving. Ability to work as a member of a team and independently and ability to communicate well with the public are important factors for this position. Work Schedule and Hours Hours per week and days are defined by the hiring department and based on departmental needs. Posting Date 05/08/2018 Closing Date Open Until Filled Yes Anticipated Start Date Special Instructions to Applicants This posting may not signify a temporary opening at this time. This is an on-going, as-needed, pool of temporary candidates. As departmental temporary needs are identified, this pool will be reviewed periodically to obtain potential candidates. If selected, candidates will be contacted directly by the hiring officials to arrange an interview. All positions are temporary and will vary in length of time. You may choose to withdraw your application from this pool at any time. Please note that any documents submitted to Human Resources or the hiring departments become property of UNC Asheville and will not be returned. Official transcripts may be verified upon employment by Human Resources. If copies of transcripts are necessary they will be requested directly from the educational institution(s) by Human Resources. Any expense will be the responsibility of the employee. Educational degrees required must be from an appropriately accredited institution. It is the policy of UNC Asheville to conduct pre-employment background investigations on all candidates selected for employment. If hired, the candidate will be required to submit proof of eligibility to work in the United States. New employees are paid only by direct deposit to the financial institution of their choice. Quicklink for Posting http://jobs.unca.edu/postings/1881 Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (). How did you hear about this employment opportunity? UNC Asheville website The Chronicle of Higher Education Diverse Jobs Higher Ed Jobs Indeed Inside Higher Ed Job Target Local Jobs NC Works Online (formerly Employment Security) Student Affairs UNC System website (northcarolina.edu) The Urban News Western North Carolina Diversity Engagement Coalition Other Applicant Documents Required Documents Optional Documents Cover Letter Other Documents Resume

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Job Information Classification Information Classification Number 900139 Classification Title Knoll Summer Intern Department Environmental Affairs Level Level B (Skilled) Job Description Mission of the Program: The Knoll is dedicated to cultivating well-being of people, place, and the planet. The Knoll is comprised of the Educational Garden, the Outdoor Kitchen and the Serenity Garden. The Educational Garden’s 1 acre is used for growing food and student/faculty research. Our goals are to test theories and develop techniques that move us toward sustainability, regeneration and resilience. Interns join in the yearly cycle of food production and regeneration. Interns will help plant, cultivate, harvest and sell garden produce and flowers wholesale and retail. They serve to welcome visitors and alumni to lead tours and describe our mission. They will also receive training to use the pizza oven and host events co-sponsored by campus partners. The Serenity Garden is in the process of being designed to incorporate perennial plants. Interns interested in mindfulness will be able to work on bringing workshops or events to The Knoll. On-site responsibilities: • With support of the Food & Garden Educator, carry out the sowing, transplanting, cultivating, harvesting and sales of the Educational Garden. • Collaborate with staff at Middlebury Dining Services, Weybridge House, Dolci, and other local partnerships to develop orders and delivery of produce. • Through partnership/contract with HOPE, our local food shelf, grow produce for the community. • Participate in work days and events with volunteers and working with the pizza oven for community events. • Attend MCOF (student org) meetings during the academic year to act as a liaison between The Knoll and the student group. • Attend workshops when possible at The Knoll. • Participate in the seed trials, seed saving, and faculty or student research programs at The Knoll. • Maintain tools and equipment in proper condition. • Follow safety procedures for all workers and volunteers. • Participate in a rotating weekend greenhouse/garden watering schedule. • (Possible) Set up and run on campus retail booth. Outreach: • Participate in scheduled visits to local farms for observation, tours and joint projects and partnerships. • Support public relations initiatives with the college and local community. • Perform other duties as assigned. General Responsibilities: Time Commitment: Approximately 30 hours per week for 15 or 16 weeks (beginning May 22 or May 28) and ending September 8. Due to weather and the season’s needs, occasional additional hours may be requested. Some weekend hours are also expected. Interns may take up to two weeks of vacation time (schedule to be determined with supervisor). This year, as with last year, Knoll interns are part of the FoodWorks program, a cohort of food related internships combined with food systems field trips. Summer Knoll Interns receive a stipend and free housing in Weybridge House for the 8 week duration of the FoodWorks program. (International students, please contact Sophie Esser Calvi for more information about participating.) www.middlebury.edu/foodworks. Please note that Food Works no longer carries a fee for participation. For the additional 7 weeks of the Knoll Summer internship, interns are paid hourly at the “B” level rate, and they are responsible for paying for housing in Weybridge House ($80/week). If you desire to experience the entire farm season cycle you are encouraged to apply for the spring/fall internship as well. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Qualifications • Dedication and enthusiasm for learning about all aspects of a sustainably-managed garden and food production. • Willingness and ability to perform varying physical tasks in all weather conditions. Farm/garden labor can be strenuous, repetitive, and physically demanding. All reasonable accommodations will be made, and a willingness to participate as a part of a team is critical. • Please note, the Knoll is not currently an ADA-accessible site. APPROVED FOR WORK BETWEEN AUGUST 22rd AND SEPTEMBER 8TH Posting Number STU00732 Location Middlebury, VT Campus Posting Information Is this an academic year or summer position? Summer Position Open Date 02/18/2019 Close Date Open Until Filled No Special Instructions to Applicants Please note that this position is cross-listed on Handshake with the FoodWorks Internships: https://app.joinhandshake.com/jobs/2299056 Please submit your application materials via the Handshake posting (see link above) for FoodWorks. You may direct Knoll-specific questions to Megan Brakeley (mbrakeleymiddlebury.edu) and FoodWorks-related questions to Sophie Esser Calvi, FoodWorks director, at (sessercalvimiddlebury.edu) Applicants are encouraged to submit their materials via HandShake by Friday, March 8, 2019. Quicklink for Posting http://middlebury.peopleadmin.com/postings/18642 Supplemental Questions for Posting Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (). This posting is only open to students. Are you a current Middlebury College undergraduate student? Yes No Applicant Document Required Documents Optional Documents Cover Letter Resume/C V

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Customer Service Rep I

6 days ago
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Park and Recreation The Fort Worth Botanic Garden is the oldest and largest public garden in the state of Texas and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The garden is considered a ...

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Food & Beverage Director - Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Midtown

7 days ago
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…managers and supervisors are well versed in all legal aspects of their jobs .Develop local contacts in the community for public relations purposes.Maintains safe

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Part Time Faculty, Massage Therapy

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…to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public . COMPUTER SKILLS: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have

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Assistant Professor in Public & Preventative Health

7 days ago
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Job Information Job ID: 15946 Position 00011945 The Institute of Public and Preventive Health (IPPH) at Augusta University is seeking the best available faculty who are interested in becoming a part of a growing, dynamic research institute. Our mission is to improve health, reduce health disparities, and prevent injury and illness through research, service, leadership, and training. With a 5-year goal to triple the number of faculty in support of our mission we are aggressively seeking outstanding faculty who would like to assist in shaping the future of IPPH as we strive to create one of the country’s top public health research institutes. In addition to a full time (1.00 FTE) faculty appointment with the Institute of Public and Preventive Health, the selected candidates will have a tenure track faculty appointment, commensurate with experience, within an academic department in one of Augusta University’s nine colleges and schools. Primary Focus Areas Successful candidates will pursue vigorous, extramurally-funded research program development in: health services behavioral health health disparities health policy Special consideration will be given to candidates whose areas of research complement the Institute’s and University’s existing strengths (including but not limited to): substance use disorder prevention and treatment, community cancer prevention, rural and/or under-served health, cardiovascular disease prevention, migrant worker and/or correctional system healthcare, health information cybersecurity, etc. Expectations (% Effort) 75% research – Seek external funds, exhibit potential to sustain a funded research program, publish in top-tier peer-reviewed journals relevant to science and/or practice, present at professional meetings, and mentor student research. 20% teaching – Teach 1 to 2 courses per year within the MPH program or the individual’s academic department, advise graduate students, and participate as a mentor in the Institute’s established summer scholars program. 5% service – Provide service to the Institute, home academic department, College, and University through participation in faculty meetings and/or committee service. Provide service through involvement in professional organizations, serving as a journal manuscript reviewer, and/or on peer-review panels for grant applications. Department Marketing Statement The Institute of Public and Preventive Health IPPH was founded in 2012 as a multidisciplinary public health research institute. We currently have extramural funding of over $4 million per year. Located on the Health Sciences Campus of Augusta University, home of Georgia’s only public medical school, IPPH offers a unique opportunity for faculty interested in all types of public health and health policy research, and provides numerous opportunities for inter-disciplinary collaborations across the spectrum of the health professions in a vibrant multi-campus university. The University Augusta University (AU) is one of the University System of Georgia’s four comprehensive research universities and is Georgia’s healthcare flagship institution with the nation’s eighth largest medical school, the state’s sole dental college, an integrated health system, and a new $150 million Cyber Center. A comprehensive set of undergraduate and graduate programs complements Augusta University’s healthcare emphasis. The Community Located along the banks of the Savannah River, Augusta is Georgia’s second largest city. It is renowned internationally for its annual Masters Golf Tournament. Known as the "Garden City'', Augusta features picturesque and friendly neighborhoods, low cost of living, and many cultural and recreational opportunities. A growing and thriving city with a metropolitan area population of over 575,000, Augusta was recently ranked 22nd of the 367 U.S. metropolitan areas that Kiplinger's Personal Finance considered for its list of Best Cities for the Next Decade and is ranked by US News and World Reports as one of the top 100 best places to live. Augusta is a short drive from major metropolitan areas (Atlanta, GA, and Charlotte, NC), scenic destinations, including the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Atlantic coast, and historic locations, including the dynamic coastal cities of Savannah, GA and Charleston, SC. Minimum Requirements Applicants must have earned a doctoral degree in health services research, public health, health economics, psychology, sociology or a related discipline . The applicant should have a successful track record of peer-reviewed publications, and a history of extramural funding (or, for junior faculty, demonstrate the potential to become independent extramurally funded investigators). In addition, the applicant must show evidence of expertise with and/or potential for effective teaching. How To Apply To be considered an applicant for this position your must apply online at http://www.augusta.edu/hr/jobs/faculty. Please upload your Curriculum Vitae, Research Statement, Professional References, etc., as one document. Background Check All candidates are required to successfully pass a Background Check review. For specific positions, the final candidate may be subject to a (pre-employment) physical, drug screen, and/or credit check. The final candidate will be required to provide proof of completed academic degree in the form of an original transcript. Those candidates trained by a foreign institution will also be required to provide an educational/credential evaluation. Equal Employment Opportunity Augusta University is an equal employment, equal access, and equal educational opportunity and affirmative action institution. Also, Augusta University is a federal contractor and desires priority referrals of protected veterans. It is the policy of the University to recruit, hire, train, promote and educate persons without regard to age, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation or veteran status.

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Associate Professor in Public & Preventative Health

7 days ago
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Job Information Job ID: 15949 Position 00012376 The Institute of Public and Preventive Health (IPPH) at Augusta University is seeking the best available faculty who are interested in becoming a part of a growing, dynamic research institute. Our mission is to improve health, reduce health disparities, and prevent injury and illness through research, service, leadership, and training. With a 5-year goal to triple the number of faculty in support of our mission we are aggressively seeking outstanding faculty who would like to assist in shaping the future of IPPH as we strive to create one of the country’s top public health research institutes. In addition to a full time (1.00 FTE) faculty appointment with the Institute of Public and Preventive Health, the selected candidates will have a tenure track faculty appointment, commensurate with experience, within an academic department in one of Augusta University’s nine colleges and schools. Primary Focus Areas Successful candidates will pursue vigorous, extramurally-funded research program development in: health services behavioral health health disparities health policy Special consideration will be given to candidates whose areas of research complement the Institute’s and University’s existing strengths (including but not limited to): substance use disorder prevention and treatment, community cancer prevention, rural and/or under-served health, cardiovascular disease prevention, migrant worker and/or correctional system healthcare, health information cybersecurity, etc. Expectations (% Effort) 75% research – Seek external funds, exhibit potential to sustain a funded research program, publish in top-tier peer-reviewed journals relevant to science and/or practice, present at professional meetings, and mentor student research. 20% teaching – Teach 1 to 2 courses per year within the MPH program or the individual’s academic department, advise graduate students, and participate as a mentor in the Institute’s established summer scholars program. 5% service – Provide service to the Institute, home academic department, College, and University through participation in faculty meetings and/or committee service. Provide service through involvement in professional organizations, serving as a journal manuscript reviewer, and/or on peer-review panels for grant applications. Department Marketing Statement The Institute of Public and Preventive Health IPPH was founded in 2012 as a multidisciplinary public health research institute. We currently have extramural funding of over $4 million per year. Located on the Health Sciences Campus of Augusta University, home of Georgia’s only public medical school, IPPH offers a unique opportunity for faculty interested in all types of public health and health policy research, and provides numerous opportunities for inter-disciplinary collaborations across the spectrum of the health professions in a vibrant multi-campus university. The University Augusta University (AU) is one of the University System of Georgia’s four comprehensive research universities and is Georgia’s healthcare flagship institution with the nation’s eighth largest medical school, the state’s sole dental college, an integrated health system, and a new $150 million Cyber Center. A comprehensive set of undergraduate and graduate programs complements Augusta University’s healthcare emphasis. The Community Located along the banks of the Savannah River, Augusta is Georgia’s second largest city. It is renowned internationally for its annual Masters Golf Tournament. Known as the "Garden City'', Augusta features picturesque and friendly neighborhoods, low cost of living, and many cultural and recreational opportunities. 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The College’s defining commitments, derived from the Edmundite Tradition, are to assure a strong campus community, to provide a liberal arts education of the highest quality, and to inculcate an ethic of service. As a Catholic liberal arts institution, Saint Michael’s embraces different cultures; offers a model of civility; and seeks diversity of all kinds among its students, faculty, and staff. The Mission It is the mission of Saint Michael's College to contribute through higher education to the enhancement of the human person and the advancement of human culture in light of the Catholic faith. Saint Michael’s College, located in picturesque Vermont with Burlington, Lake Champlain and the Green Mountains as its backdrop, invites applications and nominations for the college’s next Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing. The successful candidate will oversee the Offices of Admission, Student Financial Services and Marketing and Communications and will lead strategic initiatives to build a sustainable enrollment strategy and plan. The Opportunity Reporting to and working closely with the president, Dr. Lorraine Sterritt, the Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing will lead a particularly strong enrollment team that is motivated and enthusiastic. Serving on the president’s leadership cabinet, the vice president will join a tight-knit, collegial and dedicated team of leaders who are eager to support the enrollment effort through collaborative thinking and action. Currently a college with an enrollment of approximately 1,700 undergraduates and 300 graduate students, Saint Michael’s aspires to achieve an increase in both the numbers of students and net tuition revenue. In addition, the selected vice president will lead the effort to strengthen the visibility of Saint Michael’s, promote the marketability of a liberal arts education and demonstrate the connection between a Saint Michael’s education and related career outcomes. The vice president will have the full support of the president and the board of trustees to achieve these ambitious goals. Enrollment partners working with Saint Michael’s include EAB for student search, application generation and financial aid optimization. The Office of Admission is using Slate as its CRM and partnered with Render several years ago to enhance the visit experience and recently with YouVisit for the virtual tour. The college has had success embedding regional recruiters in key markets. Essential Duties and Responsibilities The primary duties and responsibilities of the Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing are as follows: Lead and direct a team of undergraduate and graduate enrollment staff, financial aid staff, and marketing staff that uphold the Catholic mission, culture, values, and traditions of the College. Develop a comprehensive enrollment strategy. Maintain and continuously improve high academic standards for admission and retention. Manage head-count, discount rate and net tuition revenue targets. Work closely with the senior leadership team, and especially the Vice President of Finance, to ensure balance in the entering class size, financial aid expenditures, tuition pricing, and head count and net tuition revenue goals. Ensure strategy employed with financial aid is effective for Saint Michael's College’s need-based financial aid and merit-based scholarship policies in attracting a talented, diverse, and engaged student body. Provide operational oversight of Student Financial Services to ensure that billing, compliance, collections, and operations are accurate, managed, monitored, and continuously evaluated. Create and sustain a culture of shared ownership of enrollment management; educate the campus community about best practices in enrollment management for a liberal arts college. This includes establishing strong partnerships with athletics, faculty, veteran program, MATESOL, international programs, etc. Expand and ensure that metrics are established and goals met for diversity, academic quality, international markets, class sizes and transfers, applicant pool size, and retention. Communicate effectively and transparently with the Board of Trustees, the President, and faculty and staff colleagues. Implement enrollment practices that enhance the diversity of our student body. Increase the numbers of international students. Optimize student recruitment and enroll students who will succeed to continuously improve graduation rates. Develop a meaningful connection with the Office of Institutional Advancement and with alumni; deploy alumni resources as effective extensions of the admission process; and utilize their energy, particularly in securing acceptance of the College’s offer of admission, while working with students and parents alike. Deploy data-informed and results-oriented enrollment initiatives and find ways to continuously improve results from current enrollment strategies. Develop and implement a strategic enrollment management (SEM) plan that strengthens recruitment of high-school graduates to Saint Michael's College. Build upon the increasing number of transfer students through intentional partnerships with community colleges. Work closely with faculty and staff colleagues on designing and implementing measures to ensure retention of students. Ensure that branding and marketing programs provide a positive impact on revenue, applications, enrollment, transfers, and the image of the College. Develop and oversee the implementation and execution of an integrated marketing and recruitment plan in support of the overall strategy for the College. Stay abreast of current trends to attract and retain students. Ensure that the communication needs of the President’s Office are met. Manage website strategy, including enhancements, portal updates, online orientations, student testimonial postings, alumni testimonials, faculty news/PR, and press release archives in support of enrollment and marketing efforts and the broader public presence of the College both domestically and internationally. Work collaboratively with Institutional Research for College IPEDS reports and others (i.e. US News and World Report) that are key for our reputation. As part of the Cabinet and Leadership team, continuously update the team on numbers, results, and impacts to the College in all areas of enrollments and marketing. Qualifications The Vice President will have significant and progressive experience in higher education enrollment management, including knowledge of recruitment, admission, retention, financial aid, student financial services, and marketing. In addition, it is expected that the successful candidate will have more than ten years of relevant experience in higher education. A high energy, transparent leader, the vice president will be experienced in enrollment management and be able to hit the ground running once on campus. It is expected that the selected candidate will be familiar with the demographics and enrollment trends of the Northeast as well as nationally, is facile with the tools and strategies fundamental to enrollment best practices, is enthusiastic about the challenge and has invested in or will acquire a sturdy winter coat and a good pair of snow boots. The chosen candidate should possess the following knowledge, qualifications, and skill sets. Proven track record of leading a team that is successful in meeting or exceeding enrollment and retention goals; Expertise with data analysis and an appreciation for technology and social media; Familiarity with Slate software is desired; Experience with recruiting, admitting, and retaining graduate and first-year students and transfer students, especially from two-year colleges; Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills with demonstrated ability to interact effectively with a diverse student population; Significant and progressive experience in higher education enrollment management, including knowledge of recruitment, admission, retention, and marketing; Willingness and ability to articulate the value of a Catholic liberal arts education in the Edmundite tradition; Ability to organize and execute a successful student enrollment management system; Ability to manage and understand financial aid as it impacts the bottom line of the College; Analytical understanding of discount rate and impact to revenue, thus ensuring that the discount rate is managed for direct positive revenue stream; Demonstrated record in successful recruitment and retention of students; Ability to read research data and ability to analyze data; and Strong interest and ability to function collaboratively. Saint Michael’s College The only Edmundite College in the world, Saint Michael’s was founded in 1904 by the Society of Saint Edmund, an order of priests that came to Vermont from France. With a tradition of taking on the most challenging tasks, the core tenets of the Edmundites are social justice, education, hospitality, spiritual renewal and pastoral ministry. Although the Edmundites have transitioned the College’s administrative responsibilities to lay personnel over the last 25 years, their presence on campus has an important, spiritual and lasting impact on the life of the entire College community. It is no surprise that Saint Michael’s offers a compelling mix of a world-class education grounded in an ethos of social justice and service. Saint Michael’s is featured in the Princeton Review’s Best 384 Colleges recognized as a Green College. Money magazine noted Saint Michael’s as one of the Top 50 Transformative Colleges, and Kiplinger’s ranks Saint Michael’s among the Best College Values. The Academic Program Saint Michael’s students engage across a broad spectrum of subjects and the faculty is fully focused on teaching. Classes are small (the student to faculty ratio is 13:1) and majors and minors are available in more than 40 fields of study. These studies, coupled with experiential learning opportunities, international study, internships and collaboration with faculty on research projects, prepare students well for their first jobs and satisfying careers. Saint Michael’s Academic Centers provide a vital and lively intellectual home where students, faculty, staff, and the community can connect for better understanding and interdisciplinary learning. The Centers include the Edmundite Center for Faith and Culture, The Center for Women and Gender, The Edmundite Center for Peace and Justice, the Multicultural Center, The Humanities Center, and the VT EPSCoR Center for Workforce Development and Diversity. The graduate programs at Saint Michael’s include Clinical Psychology, Education, and TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). The graduate programs are small, flexible, affordable, and tailored to the goals of the graduate students. Campus Life Our students can take advantage of enriching programs, athletic events, theater, the recreation and fitness centers, the beauty of the Burlington area and more. The St. Mike's Adventure Sports Center is a great way to stay active and engage in the Saint Michael’s community. The program offers training and outings in kayaking, climbing, skiing/riding and mountain biking. In addition, the program offers training as an instructor in any of the activities offered and to the chance to be a member of the Adventure Sports Center staff. Among the student activities is a unique and remarkable volunteer organization begun at Saint Michael’s in 1969 — the Fire and Rescue Squad. An independent volunteer group of students, they have taken on the responsibility of serving the public 365 days per year, 24 hours a day by providing fire and emergency medical treatment both on campus and in the community. Service is at the heart of a Saint Michael’s experience; nearly 70 percent of its students participate in Mobilization of Volunteer Efforts (MOVE), which exists to expand the concept of community service to embrace social justice and to emphasize our connectedness to the world, as defined by Catholic social teaching. Most students live on campus and housing is guaranteed for four years. The options include over a dozen residence halls and townhouses. Twenty-five percent of the St. Mike students play a varsity sport on one or more of the 21 varsity teams. Saint Michael’s competes as an NCAA Division II institution. Varsity sports include Alpine and Nordic skiing as well as ice hockey, and range from basketball and baseball to lacrosse and soccer, to name a few. Student athletes at Saint Michael’s have a near 100 percent student-athlete graduation rate. St. Mike’s is a green campus, and is committed to strengthening its obligation to a socially and ecologically responsible world. The campus community works together to recycle, to compost, to refill and reuse water bottles, and to tend the Saint Michael’s Farm, an organic garden and farm stand operated during the growing season. For more about Saint Michael’s College, see https://www.smcvt.edu/ . Burlington, Vermont A town of just over 42,000 residents, Burlington is a vibrant, eclectic, artistic, community of forward-thinking residents. It is situated on the eastern shoreline of Lake Champlain and surrounded by extraordinary beauty and recreational opportunities. Northern Vermont's natural beauty surrounds campus, with mountain views, gorges, rivers, Lake Champlain and ski resorts all close by. In addition to Saint Michael’s, Burlington is home to the University of Vermont and Champlain College and the state’s largest hospital, the UVM Medical Center. Located minutes from the Burlington airport, less than two hours from Montreal and just over three hours from Boston, Burlington is a beautiful college town with a vibrant downtown filled with shops, restaurants, live music, parks and beaches. Those considering a move to Burlington, should view: https://www.hickokandboardman.com/moving-to-vermont.html http://www.iamavermonter.org/ In the words of those who love St. Mike’s "I appreciate the opportunity that SMC gave me to experience a first-class liberal arts education, along with the experience of interacting and learning about different cultures around the world." Sergio Castillo ’88, Manager, Position Evaluation Team, Panama Canal Authority "I would strongly consider St. Michael's because you will receive an excellent education from a reputable college. The support that you will receive in order to succeed will be unparalleled and there is a tremendous opportunity to grow socially and develop yourself as a person." Jason Curry ’95, Founder and President, Big Apple Basketball "Within a few weeks of starting my first "real" job, it became apparent to myself and my supervisors that my writing and communication skills were beyond what was expected from a typical engineer with my level of experience. I attribute this to my liberal arts education and experiences at St Mike's." Susan Molzon ’12, Assistant Engineer, County of Monmouth, NJ "Teaching is one of the most rewarding things I have ever done. I love interacting with students and getting them excited about science and learning. And I feel very lucky to have the opportunity to do it at the place that got it all started for me when I came here as an undergrad." Paul Constantino, Associate Professor of Biology "I loved the social justice aspect of St. Mike's, the environmental awareness, the location; it was smaller than most other schools I looked at, but really highlighted the strength of the community and the tightness of the student-teacher relationships, which is fantastic." Brian Shearer ’18, Ellicott City, MD To Apply or Nominate Napier Executive Search is assisting Saint Michael’s College with the search for the Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing. To arrange for a confidential conversation, please contact Laura Robinson ( laura.robinsonnapiersearch.com ) or Mary Napier ( mary.napiernapiersearch.com ). If you plan to apply, please send a resume, a detailed letter of interest, and contact information for three professional references by email to smcvtnapiersearch.com no later than March 6, 2019. Review will begin immediately thereafter and the expected start date will be summer, 2019. All applications and nominations will be considered confidential and notice will be given before references are contacted. Saint Michael’s College is an equal opportunity employer. Inspired by its Edmundite Catholic mission, Saint Michael’s is committed to diversity and inclusion across the campus community. It is committed to attracting and supporting a staff that fully represents the racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity of the nation, and it actively seeks applications from underrepresented groups.

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