Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Vacancies of full-time teaching jobs for the fall-semester contract for 4 months of September 1, 2010 to December 31, 2010 is now available at our program schools all over the China. The school year of 2010-2011 (September 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011) can also be considered.
Qualified candidates are native speakers from major English-speaking countries, who have Bachelor's degrees and some teaching/working experiences. Recent college graduates with good track records of college education and people skills are also welcome to apply. Applicants are expected with excellent communication skills, enthusiastic, energetic individuals who are committed to teaching in China, out going and friendly personality.
III. Salary, Benefits, Visas and Services:
1. Salary: 6,000RMB per month+1000RMB food subsidies based on 20 classes weekly teaching load, one class=50 minutes class time+10 minutes break
2. Benefits: Reimbursed international airfare, one way for half a year(4000RMB), a return for a full year contract(8000RMB), a free and private apartment; 2 months holiday in summer(July and August), 2 months holiday in winter (January and February), no wages in these four months but we offer 1000 RMB for travel allowance in each month if you stay during this period.
3. The cost of the Chinese visa will be met by the applicant however visa expires in China, if you wish continue to work, we will help you to renew and also pay the fees. If you wish to change school or city after one school term, we will arrange for you.
IV. Application Materials:
A complete set of application materials includes a cover letter, a resume, a copy of passport, a copy of college degree, two reference letters and a recent photo. Please email all the application materials to:
Attn: Karen Wang
Re: Teacher Recruitment.
The Newseum, a revolutionary 250,000-square-foot museum of news, offers visitors an experience that blends five centuries of news history with up-to-the-second technology and hands-on exhibits. At the Newseum, we pride ourselves on creating up-to-the minute exhibits and actively collecting modern and historic artifacts. As a Newseum intern you can work at our museum downtown or our state-of-the-art storage center in Laurel, Maryland (or both). Internship hours are flexible and can be arranged to fit individual’s schedules - this can include morning and weekend work. You will be a member of the small, dynamic Collections team and will be able to make an enormous contribution to the work we do. This is a wonderful opportunity to gain Collections experience and be involved in the day-to-day operations of one of Washington, D.C.’s most popular museums!
Intern responsibilities will include, but are not limited to assisting Registrars and Collections Specialists with the following tasks:
- Daily monitoring and recording of environmental conditions (temperature, relative humidity, lighting, etc.) in gallery spaces
- Processing donations and incoming loans, including cataloging artifacts in database
- Monitoring and reporting on exhibition conditions as they pertain to exhibited collections
- Assisting with the cleaning of exhibits and artifacts on display pre-opening
- Aiding in the installation and de-installation of exhibited artifacts
- Compiling information for the new Standard Facilities Report particularly regarding the environmental conditions/calculations for each of the galleries
- Helping with basic artifact conservation
- If time and interest permits, short-term, independent research projects related to the collection can be designed
Newspaper archives internship project
- For those who already possess or would like to gain archival experience, there is the opportunity to work on a self-directed archival project with the Newseum’s outstanding 35,000 piece newspaper collection (this project will take place at the Newseum’s storage facility in Laurel, MD)
For all internship opportunities:
Candidates should be currently enrolled in or should have recently finished a museum-related graduate or undergraduate program, possess basic computer skills, an interest in collections/registration work, and the ability to lift 30 pounds.
Internships last for a minimum of 12 weeks and may be part or full time. This internship position is for college credit only.
Please email cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maeve Gaynor Scott
555 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001
Job Type: Permanent/Full-time/Entry Level
Job Location Information:
Seminole Tribe of Florida
Big Cypress Indian Reservation
34725 W Boundary Rd.
Clewiston, FL 33440
Health Insurance includes dental and vision after one month; 401k after one year of employment.
Preferred qualifications for applicants are 3 to 4 years of experience giving tours and educational programs with an associate’s degree in a related field of study. . Must be willing to learn and study Seminole culture and history. Good appearance and pleasant speaking voice in order to communicate with the general public. Have a positive attitude about the museum and the STOF. Ability to work independently and work a flexible work schedule including evenings, weekends and holidays. Must have a valid Florida driver’s license. Seminole Tribal member or Native American preferred.
• Provides information about specific topics in Seminole culture and history, facilities and exhibits to visitors. Greets visitors, and invites visitors to sign guest register.
• Monitors visitors viewing exhibits, cautions persons not complying with museum regulations, distributes promotional materials, and answers questions concerning exhibits, regulations, and facilities.
• Provides leadership and guidance to the other tour guides, assist with project and be a leader to tour guides on these projects.
• This position reports to the Education Coordinator.
• ILLUSTRATIVE TASKS
o Greet and welcome tour groups upon their arrival at the museum.
o Present brief selected topics in Seminole culture and history to the visitors at scheduled and unscheduled times daily.
o Give guidance to the general public on the flow of traffic throughout the Museum and outside stations.
o Conduct a variety of tours in the museum and on the boardwalk for VIP’s, special visiting groups, the general public, etc.
o Answer both general and specific questions to the general public throughout the day.
o Announce and direct visitors to the Orientation Theater, introduce the visitor to the Museum and the Movie, and turn on the Orientation Movie.
o Deal skillfully with a diversity of visitors under a variety of circumstances.
o Continually be aware and keep informed about changes in the exhibits.
o Be the lead on tour projects assisting other tour guides with projects tasks.
o Make on the ground decisions about changes to guiding tours and be able to direct the other tour guides on those changes.
o Assist Education Coordinator with a schedule rotation of ongoing tour guide responsibilities
o Continually assess the needs of your follow tour guides and develop a suggested schedule of tour guide training
• KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
o Knowledge of the Seminole Tribe of Florida culture and history or ability and desire to learn.
o Able to work independently and be project oriented.
o Ability to communicate in English both orally and in writing.
o Good appearance and pleasant speaking voice in order to communicate with the general public. Strong interpersonal skills.
o Ability to serve the Tribal community, the public and fellow employees with honesty and integrity.
o Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the STOF tribal community, general public, co-workers and members of diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
o Ability to work a flexible work schedule including evenings, weekends and holidays.
o Ability to speak comfortably before groups of people
o Ability to be a team leader
o Physically able to lead tours around the museum
o Enjoy interacting and comfortable meeting with other people
o Have a positive attitude about the museum and the STOF.
o Seminole Tribal member preferred.
Go to www.semtribe.com to download an application.
Send Resume to email@example.com
Please open the link below to view the job vacancy announcement for two Office Assistant 3 positions (position numbers 20077569 & 20035336) in the Division of Medicaid Development & Administration.
Note: There are 2 positions. Submit one application to be considered for both positions.
Apply on-line via the Ohio Hiring Management System (OHMS):
Division of Human Resources
Office of Personnel Services
The mission of the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities is continuous improvement of the quality of life for Ohio citizens with developmental disabilities and their families.
sales team. The successful candidate will be responsible for training, recruiting and working with Account Executives to develop
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solve problems. If you are ready to take your career to the next level, apply today.
Information Technology Support Technician (Job #200JK): WBNS is searching for an IT Support Technician who will be
responsible for installation, maintenance and repair of various computer and micro computer systems. The successful candidate will
work with users to troubleshoot and resolve hardware and software problems, analyze the equipment to determine future needs
and upgrades and perform diagnostic analysis of equipment. Must have the ability to perform diagnostic analysis of equipment in a
logical and safe manner. Knowledge of analog and digital telephone systems is preferred as well as two years of formal Computer
Science, Electronics, or Broadcast Engineering training. Ability to take on-call rotation and to work unusual hours, including
holidays and weekends, required.
Multimedia Sports Producer (Job #200KL): WBNS-10TV, the top rated station in Columbus, is seeking a dynamic Multimedia
Sports Producer who will be responsible for producing content for newscasts and special sports programming. The successful
candidate will possess excellent writing skills as well as the ability to shoot and edit video for use on-air and online. 10TV’s
Multimedia Sports Producer is also responsible for developing and posting online content and updating social media sites and will
occasionally have the opportunity for on-air work. This position requires at least two years experience as a sports producer or
reporter, previous professional level television photography and on-air experience, and excellent news writing and research skills;
college degree preferred
Staff Engineer (Job #100GA): RadiOhio has an immediate opening for a staff engineer to work in our state of the art, fully
digital facility. The successful candidate’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting in the installation, operation,
and maintenance of broadcast equipment including ENCO DAD automation systems, Klotz Digital audio routing system, studio
equipment, remote broadcast equipment, telephone systems, satellite downlinks, AM, FM & C-Band transmission systems and
related equipment, providing desktop support for Windows and Active Directory servers, setup and maintenance of network routers
The ideal candidate thrives on creative thinking, has good comprehension of logical programming and command structures, above
average computer and verbal skills, the ability to troubleshoot and perform electronic repairs at the component level.
This position requires 2 - 3 years broadcast engineering experience; the ability to multi-task and work various hours and days,
including some weekends and holidays. Must be available for on-call status 24/7 and have good driving record. Associate or
bachelors degree in engineering, telecommunications or related field strongly desired. Preference given to candidates with a
combination Broadcast/IT background and Society of Broadcast Engineers certified.
News Director (Job #200JC): One of America’s top rated stations, WBNS-10TV in Columbus, Ohio, is searching for a News
Director to lead our award-winning local news operation. A proven track record of relevant television journalism, impactful
investigative reporting, breaking news dominance along with innovative strategies for a variety of media platforms and strong
leadership skills are essential qualifications. The ideal candidate must demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to
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done, then this is the job for you. Ideal candidates will have at least five years of successful experience as News Director or
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with experience and performance.
Associate Producer (Job #200SH): WBNS-TV is seeking an Associate Producer to write for newscasts, produce CNN cut-ins and
update the web site. Will also be a “producer-in-training”, helping WBNS grow our next newscast producer internally. Must have a
college degree or previous newsroom producing/writing experience.
Producer (Job #400SH): The Ohio News Network, Ohio’s only 24 hour news channel available in 1.7 million homes is searching for
the best and brightest news producer. The ideal candidate will need to be able to work well under extreme pressure while being
creative. Active, intelligent and conversational writing as well as exceptional tease writing is a must. Previous news experience and
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organizational skills are a must for this position. Knowledge of Ohio, Ohio politics, Ohio sports and Ohio issues are a plus.
Candidate must be flexible and willing to work all hours and on weekends.
General Assignment Reporter (Job #200SL): WBNS-TV, 10TV News HD is searching for an aggressive, enterprising general
assignment reporter to join its award winning news department. Enterprise rules, so the ideal candidate will be able to present
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least 3 years experience as a reporter at a local TV news station required.
Qualified applicants may apply online at www.dispatchbroadcast.com. Dispatch Broadcast Group is an Equal Opportunity
Employer. We are a smoke-free and drug-free workplace.
Thursday, July 1, 2010
PURPOSE AND SCOPE:
The Volunteer Maryland Coordinator (VMC) will recruit and manage volunteers to serve as docents and school group tour guides for approximately 15 visitors and 2 school groups per week. The VMC will also recruit volunteers for the public program workshops and recruit volunteers to assist with tour add-on construction.
This is an 11 month, part-time (20 hours/week) position as a member of the Volunteer Maryland (VM) AmeriCorps program serving at Banneker-Douglass Museum. Volunteer Maryland Coordinators (VMCs) are responsible for developing and implementing a volunteer program as agreed to in the VM site partnership negotiations that occurred in spring, 2010. The VMC service year will begin on September 15, 2010 and conclude on August 2, 2011.
Part-time VMCs receive a living stipend of $6,500, an education award of $2,675. Other benefits include student loan deferment, professional training, valuable networking opportunities, working with a dedicated team of AmeriCorps members and staff, and making a real difference in a local community.
Develop a written work plan and timeline for implementation.
Develop or revise program materials such as promotional fliers or brochures, and screening, training, and evaluation tools.
Recruit volunteers for school group and daily tours. Outreach methods may include: presentations to faith, business, and/or community groups; staffing information booths at community events; and utilizing the media.
Screen volunteers as necessary; procedures might include interviews, reference checks, and criminal background checks.
Assist orientation and training for volunteers.
Supervise volunteers; work with site to recognize volunteers such as special events, awards, gifts, etc.
Maintain accurate records of volunteer participation.
Evaluate progress made in achieving the program’s goals; report on progress in statistical and narrative reports for Volunteer Maryland.
Develop community partnerships to support the volunteer program.
Perform direct community service each week (up to two hours each week).
Serve as public ambassador for the Service Site, Volunteer Maryland, and AmeriCorps.
Participate in VM and AmeriCorps training, service projects, and other activities.
VMCs may be assigned other volunteer program duties during the course of the service year by the Service Site Supervisor.
To participate in Volunteer Maryland, applicants must submit a written application. Staff will review the application, with special emphasis placed on the writing sample, invite the applicant to interview if appropriate, conduct two reference checks, and complete a criminal background investigation.
To serve in AmeriCorps, VMCs must be at least 17 years of age; have a high school diploma or GED; and be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident alien. Documentation of age, education, and citizenship are due on the first day of the service year.
SKILLS AND ATTITUDES NECESSARY:
Skilled at taking initiative, problem solving, and working independently, to be able to develop and implement a volunteer program.
Comfort working with children of all ages a must.
Interest in museums, African American history and culture, and museum programs a plus.
Skilled at building interpersonal relationships, to work effectively as part of a team (at the Service Site and with his/her class of VMCs), and to manage volunteers.
Strong verbal skills, to communicate effectively with staff, volunteers, and community groups. Able to communicate effectively with staff, volunteers, and community groups.
Skilled at written communication, to develop program materials and reports.
Committed to the concept of national service and to making a difference in his/her community.
Good computer literacy, to be able to produce program materials and track volunteer hours.
Have own, or have access to, transportation to and from VM trainings, events, and Service Site-related activities.
Able to respond to organizational change productively and maintain positive attitude.
ORIENTATION AND TRAINING:
Volunteer Maryland provides approximately 20 days of training in program development, volunteer management, marketing, communication, and leadership skills. Training is held the first two weeks of the service year, with monthly training days throughout the rest of the year. Additional training opportunities are also available through AmeriCorps and the Service Site. The Site Supervisor provides orientation to the VM Coordinator’s local placement site.
SUPERVISION AND EVALUATION:
The Site Supervisor provides day-to-day supervision. The Site Supervisor will evaluate performance in accordance with the agency’s policies. In addition, VM’s Director provides overall supervision to all VM Coordinators, and evaluates performance at mid-year and at the end of the year.
Part-time VM AmeriCorps members are required to serve approximately 20 hours each week. At Banneker-Douglass Museum, the office hours will be 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday – Friday. The VMC should count on at least one Saturday a month with possible addition of more Saturday work in busy months January – March. Volunteer Maryland training days are 10:00 am – 4:00 pm.
The VMC’s office will be located at 84 Franklin Street, Annapolis, MD 21401. VM training locations will vary.
HOW TO APPLY:
Applications will be accepted until 21 July 2010. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to:
Education and Public Programs Manager
84 Franklin St.
Annapolis, MD 21401
No phone calls please.