Maintain office hours and keep scheduled appointments withstudents.Prepare and teach up to five (5) courses per semester,including clinical coursework and cooperative education.Assess student progress and maintain accurate records ofprogress and attendance.Advise students.Coordinate with Program Director and Case Manager inpreparation of students for apprenticeship.Committee work at the Department, School, Campus, and Collegelevels.Assist in the development of programming for special populationgroups served by the grant-funded program.Create a yearly individual professional development plan andparticipate in appropriate professional development.Essential Job Duties are intended to be examples of duties and arenot intended to be all inclusive. There will be other duties asassigned.CCBC Full Time Benefits At A GlanceBENEFIT SUMMARYMedical Plan yearEmployees may select CIGNA, or Kaiser Permanente Select HMO. Nopreexisting condition exclusions. All plans have prescription drugcoverage and mental health and substance abuse benefits. All plansrequire the selection of a primary care physician, but allow theoption to change. Annual Open Enrollment is inOctober/November.Dental Plan yearEmployees may select Cigna DHMO, CareFirst Traditional Dental orCareFirst Preferred Dental. Annual Open Enrollment is inOctober/November.Vision Plan yearEmployees may select Carefirst Preferred or Traditional Plans.Coverage includes one eye exam and benefits for glasses, contacts,or bi/trifocals every 24 months. Administered by Davis Vision.Kaiser medical plans allow members to have one eye exam yearly(covers exam only). Annual Open Enrollment is inOctober/November.Employee Assistance Program (EAP)Employees have access to the EAP, which provides CCBC employees andtheir family member’s confidential 24-hour online and telephoneaccess for legal, financial, and personal issues. Provided for CCBCemployees at no cost. Administered by CIGNA behavioral.Flexible Spending Accounts(section 125)Employees may select the FSA, which allows employees to pay forout-of-pocket medical and dependent care expenses. Employees mayallocate a maximum of $5,000 per household, per plan year fordaycare related expenses, on a pre-tax basis. Employees mayallocate a maximum of $2,550 for medical related expenses. A debitcard is provided to simplify claims processing for health careexpenses. Annual Open Enrollment is in October and November.Administered by Benefit Strategies.Life InsuranceEligible employees receive one times their annual salary rounded upto the nearest $1,000. The minimum benefit amount is $50,000 andthe maximum benefit amount is $200,000. CCBC pays 90% of thepremium. Evidence of insurability is required if enrollment occurs31 days after hire date. Administered by The Standard InsuranceCompany.Long Term Disability (LTD)Employees may enroll in the LTD Plan. Benefits are effective after90 days of continuous total disability and pays 60% of the grossmonthly salary. Evidence of insurability is required if enrollmentoccurs 31 days after the employee’s hire date. Administered by TheStandard Insurance Company.Legal ServicesEmployees may enroll in the Legal Services benefit, which provideslegal advice, consultation, and courtroom representation forcommonly used legal services; plus will preparation, trafficviolations, credit issues, warranty disputes, medical durable powerof attorney and uncontested divorce. Annual Open Enrollment is inOctober/November. This plan is administered by LegalResources.Retirement PlansEmployees are eligible, based on position classification, to enrollin one of three retirement plans: (1) MD State Teachers PensionSystem, (2) MD State Optional Retirement Plan (ORP), or (3)Baltimore County Employees Retirement System. All plans requireemployee contributions except MD State ORP.403(b) Supplemental Retirement PlansFor the 2016 calendar year, if you are under age 50, you couldcontribute up to $18,000, and if you are age 50 or older, you couldcontribute up to $24,000 because of a $6,000 ‘catch upcontribution’.Vendors: AIG-VALIC, TIAA-CREF, T. Rowe Price, Fidelity, Lincoln andING.457(b) Deferred Compensation PlanFor 2016, if you are under the age of 50, you could contribute themaximum of $18,000 to your 457(b) plan. If you are age 50 or older,that maximum increases to $24,000 because of a $6,000 ‘catch upcontribution.’ Vendor: Voya Financial Advisors, Inc.Tuition Waiver/ReimbursementCCBC tuition is waived for benefit-eligible employees after aprobationary period, if applicable. Tuition reimbursement forcourses taken at other colleges and universities are availableafter one year of CCBC employment. Employees are reimbursed:$200/credit undergraduate; $260/credit graduate courses, up to amaximum of 18 credits per fiscal year.Financial ServicesEmployees have access to a free checking account, direct deposit,loans and other services at First Financial Federal Credit Unionand M&T Bank.Time Off (fiscal year)12-month employees accrue up to 12 days for sick and safeleave the first year of employment and 18 days per yearthereafter. 10-month employees accrue up to 10 sick days the firstyear and 15 days thereafter. All employees are granted 3personal business days per fiscal year. Employees areeligible based on position classification and years of service toaccrue a minimum of 10 days and a maximum of 20 days ofvacation per fiscal year.ParkingFree. Must obtain a parking permit from the Department of PublicSafety to use on all campuses. Class DescriptionPrepare and teach assigned Behavioral Health Counseling courses inaccordance with course outline and published course schedule;assess student progress in each course taught; maintain accuraterecords of student attendance and progress in assigned courses;seek continuous improvement in student-centered learning andpedagogy; stay current in his/her discipline; maintain scheduledoffice hours for availability to students; advise students; createa yearly individual professional development plan; participate withother faculty in developing and managing courses, curricula andacademic policy; and establish and maintain effective workingrelationships with students, faculty, and others in order tocontribute to the success of CCBC as an institution. This is agrant funded position.Minimum RequirementsMinimum of Master’s degree in a related clinical field. Licensureor certification in a behavioral health counseling field or socialwork.A minimum of five (5) years of clinical behavioral healthexperience.Experience teaching at the post-secondary level, Community Collegeexperience preferred. Documented approval to supervise Alcohol andDrug Counselors and Interns at all levels of certification.Experience teaching clinical counseling coursework, includingindividual and group counseling techniques, and addiction-specificcoursework. Two (2) years of experience providing clinicalsupervision to interns at the graduate or undergraduate levelFor best consideration, please apply by December 18,2020.Class Specific Essential Duties
The first concern raised by the student audience was housing prices, with the fact that this area needed 24-30,000 a year yet only has a capacity for 10,000. Copley partly blamed the constraints of land supply and informed the audience that Labour would work towards changing the regulations of getting money to build affordable housing. Moran stated that “housing is a macro-issue”, revealing Liberal Democrat plans to build 300,000 more houses across the country and aiming for a 42 per cent increase in housing in the next 15 years. Meanwhile Sanders argued that this was a “very simple supply-demand issue” with a ratio of 16:1 for the price of housing compared to outrunnings in Oxfordshire.When the discussion moved to social inequality, Copley stated that Labour was committed to enforcing the living wage and increasing the minimum wage and criticised tax dodging. Moran struck back, telling the crowd “a little bit of inequality is a good thing or we have nothing to aspire to. Just like a little bit of inflation is good.”The relationship with the SNP came up. Sanders told the audience that “the future with Scotland has to do with the decency of this government.” Copley addressed the issue less directly, criticising the “broken and alienating” character of politics. Moran told the audience that “we would be willing to work with anyone other than UKIP”.Immigration was a hot topic, though consensus reigned that immigration is a good thing. Moran said the Liberal Democrats wanted to re-introduce entrance checks while Copley said Labour pledged to employ 1,000 extra border staff. However, Sanders said the Green Party’s policy “is fairly relaxed. There is no policy to kick people out. We are not worried about immigration.”The NHS came up last. Moran told us that the Liberal Democrats want to endorse the ‘Five way forward view’ published by NHS England last year to unify healthcare provision. Copley was more radical; repeal of the Health and Social Care Act. Sanders chipped into this onslaught on the 2012 NHS, pledging to end ‘privatisation.’Hannah Lovell, co-chair of OULC, spoke to Cherwell about the importance of the event, commenting,“[They bring] politics more to life more often than not. The closest people get to politicians is watching Prime Minister’s questions.”In response to the Conservative candidate not turning up, Lovell said “it is pretty shocking especially as these are her local constituents. She did not even bother to send a replacement.” General election hustings took place at St. Anne’s college on Monday evening with the local constituency candidates running in the upcoming General Election.Three of the Oxford West and Abingdon candidates were present, including Sally Copley (Labour), Layla Moran (Liberal Democrat) and Larry Sanders (Green Party). The UKIP candidate Alan Harris declined to attend and the local Conservative MP Nicola Blackwood was unable to attend due to Parliamentary duties. The event was chaired by the Principal of St. Anne’s College, Tim Gardam, and approximately 50 students attended the town-hall style event.The seat was a closely fought Tory-Lib Dem marginal at the last election, with the Conservative candidate, Nicola Blackwood, winning by 176 votes. Polling by Lord Ashcroft last summer suggested that the Tories now lead in the seat, on 38%, with the Lib Dems not far off the pace on 30% and Labour some way behind, on 18%. UKIP polled at 9%, the Greens 4%.The Labour candidate, Copley, began her five minute speech by quoting John Lennon, “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.” She said that her two main aims were to tackle the NHS, inequality and living costs, emphasising that the cuts under the current government have led to a dramatic increase in poverty and inequality and claiming that all Labour proposals were financially achievable. She praised Ed Miliband for standing up for ordinary working people and concluded that this was “a fascinating seat”.The Liberal Democrat representative, Moran, then claimed that this was a centre-left seat, the sort of seat which will decide the outcome of the general election. She also stated that “whatever people think, this coalition government was stable”, asking for people not to judge them “on the one mistake but the 75 per cent of the rest of the manifesto we pushed through.” She said she was proud of the Liberal Democrats for introducing a new system of progressive tuition fees and pushing forward gay marriage.The final candidate to speak, Sanders, stated that the Green Party’s top priorities were inequality and the NHS. He criticised the fact that one percent now own nearly 50 per cent of the world’s wealth as well as the fragmentation and privatisation of the NHS. Sanders also said that “climate change will destroy the livelihood of 10s of millions of people”. He concluded by arguing that Labour and the Liberal Democrats have been a disappointment to most of their people.
The 25th-ranked University of Southern Indiana men’s track & field team will send four student-athletes to the NCAA Division II Outdoor Championships Thursday through Saturday, May 25-27 in Bradenton, Florida. Junior Jessica Lincoln (Palatine, Indiana) will also make the trip as the only qualifier on the Screaming Eagles’ women’s team.Moving into the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Top-25 Computer Rankings for the first time in four weeks, the men will be led at the national championships by junior Bastian Grau (Höchstadt, Germany). He Will bec ompeting in the 1,500-meters where he is seeded fourth and the 5,000-meters where he recorded the fifth fastest time in NCAA II this season. Grau will look to add to his championship resume after capturing the national title in the mile at the indoor championships this past winter.Two Eagles will appear in the 3,000-meter steeplechase with senior Chase Broughton (Marengo, Indiana) seeded 11th. Broughton finished sixth in the event at the 2016 national meet en route to his first All-America honors. Junior James Cecil (Owensboro, Kentucky) will make his first appearance in an NCAA II Track & Field Championship event after earning the 20th and final seed in the steeplechase.Also making his first appearance in an NCAA II Track & Field Championship event, senior Noah Lutz (Evansville, Indiana) owns the 12th-fastest time in the 10,000-meters. Lincoln will also compete in the 10,000-meters in the women’s event where she is seeded 19th.Preliminaries for the 1,500-meters will be held Thursday, May 25 at 5:10 p.m. with the finals taking place Saturday, May 27 at 4:45 p.m. The 3,000-meter steeplechase preliminaries will also be run on Thursday at 6:55 p.m., while the finals are set for Friday, May 26 at 6:30 p.m. Lincoln and Lutz will compete in the finals of the 10,000-meters to end Thursday’s slate with Lincoln competing at 7:55 p.m. and Lutz running at 8:35 p.m. Grau will compete in the 5,000-meter final on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in what will be the final event of the Eagles’ track & field season.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Dear Editor:In the Hoboken Reporter of December 10, 2016 it is erroneously stated that the first Blimpie in Hoboken was established at 115 Washington St. In fact, Blimpie base #1, as it was known, was located at the southwest corner of seventh and Washington Streets. It was a sad day for those of us in the uptown region when Blimpie base #1 relocated to 115 Washington St. A longtime Blimpie fan, Edward A. Friedman
Woman, 93, killed in crash at Ironwood and State Road 23 in South Bend Facebook WhatsApp WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter Google+ Facebook Twitter Pinterest (Jon Zimney/95.3 MNC) An elderly woman was killed in a crash in South Bend.The collision happened around 3 :10 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 20, at Ironwood Road and State Road 23 when the driver of a Chevy Impala turned left in front of a Denali.The SUV struck the passenger side of the car, killing 93-year-old Jeanette Spaulding of South Bend. The driver of the Impala, an 81-year-old South Bend woman, suffered a minor injury.The 43-year-old man driving the Denali suffered minor injuries, as well.Both drivers cooperated with investigators.The St. Joseph County Fatal Crash Team is handling the investigation. Google+ By Jon Zimney – January 21, 2021 0 307 IndianaLocalNews Previous articleNiles man arrested after police discover drug trafficking evidence in homeNext articleGoshen Common Council issues resolution supporting “Domestic Tranquility” Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney.
Email [email protected] For journalists Follow Mark Field on Twitter @MarkFieldUK The Foreign and Commonwealth Office Minister for the Middle East and North Africa, Mark Field, co-chaired the 15th Oman Joint Working Group on 25 April 2019 at Lancaster House with His Excellency Sayyid Badr Hamed Al Busaidi, the Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.This was a key meeting to both highlight and strengthen the excellent bilateral ties between the UK and Oman. It follows the Foreign Secretary’s recent visit to Oman where both Foreign Ministers signed the Comprehensive Joint Declaration on Enduring Friendship. As a longstanding friend of Oman, Sir Alan Duncan, Foreign and Commonwealth Office Minister of State for Europe and the Americas, also joined the meeting and chaired several sessions.With wide representation from across Whitehall, discussion covered many topics, including foreign policy, defence, the economy, tourism, education and health, as well as the Comprehensive and Joint Defence Agreements.Speaking at the meeting, Minister Field noted: Media enquiries These Working Groups are always important occasions to reflect on our cooperation and discuss issues of common interest. This one took place at a particularly significant moment, coming hot on the heels of the signature of the Joint Defence Agreement between Defence Ministers, which in turn followed the hugely successful Saif Sareea 3, our biggest ever bilateral military exercise. Follow the Foreign Office on Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn Follow the Foreign Office on Twitter @foreignoffice and Facebook Further information Both were vivid demonstrations of our commitment to mutual security and the incredible warmth and closeness of our bilateral relationship. In that context, the Joint Working Group was particularly significant, because it helped strengthen that relationship even further and paves the way for implementing the spirit of the Comprehensive Joint Declaration on Enduring Friendship.
Load remaining images Photo: Dave Vann On Saturday night, Dead & Company made their highly awaited debut at Eugene, OR’s Autzen Stadium, the beloved college town stadium (go Ducks!) which the Grateful Dead frequented over the course of their career.The Grateful Dead 5/3/1994 – Autzen Stadium, Eugene OR © Dave Vann 1994Dead & Company 6/30/2018 – Autzen Stadium, Eugene OR © Dave Vann 2018The band started strong with “Deal”, a song that has consistently shined in the Dead & Co arena. The set continued at a faster-than-usual pace with a “Me and My Uncle” quickie. During a pause after the slow-and-steady “Here Comes Sunshine” that followed, Bob Weir commented cheekily, “for all of you folks out there listening on the radio, this is called ‘dead air,’” prompting approving cheers from the crowd.Dead & Company – “Deal” [Pro-Shot][Video: Nugs.tv]Weir continued at the helm from there, leading the band through “Black Throated Wind”, his vocal tone as clear and true as it’s been all tour. Another strong Dead & Co first set go-to, “Cold Rain and Snow”, came next, John Mayer commanding lead vocals as the band nailed their harmonies and Jeff Chimenti pushed the song to a peak from behind his organ.“So we’re gonna do another folk song,” noted Weir as he began a plucky “Peggy-O”, with Mayer adding a fittingly tender solo. The bluesy swing of “Sugaree”—another tried-and-true Mayer-led Dead & Co vehicle—came next, the stadium crowd shaking it as the band guided the extended rendition through a number of emotional peaks and valleys.To cap set one, the band kicked into “One More Saturday Night”, the crowd cheering perhaps less for the tune itself than for the fact that it wouldn’t occupy the second set closer/encore slot, as it had on each Saturday night this tour aside from the rain-shortened Camden night 2 (though a printed setlist had the classic Bobby tune scheduled as the encore for that show, too).After a break, Dead & Company returned for set two with big plans in mind, diving straight into the transitive nightfall of “Dark Star”. Following extended improv segments before and after the opus’ first verse, the band steered into Marty Robbins‘ “El Paso”, an apparent nod to the Grateful Dead’s famous concert in nearby Veneta, OR on 8/27/72, when they also opened their final (third) set with a memorable “Dark Star” > “El Paso”. [That show was immortalized in concert doc Sunshine Daydream, released for the third-annual Grateful Dead “Meet-Up At The Movies” in 2013, in case you wanted to relive it]. As has become a habit for Dead & Company, the band moved back into “Dark Star” for verse two after their “El Paso” detour.Dead & Company – “Dark Star” [Verse 1, Pro-Shot][Video: Nugs.tv]Even with an extended “Dark Star” sandwich in the rearview, the meat of set two was still to come. “St. Stephen” was up next and saw the band cast their lines deep into uncharted waters, winding into a funky groove while steadily building sonic tension. With their minds still set on the old days, the band then moved into “William Tell Bridge” and, finally, “The Eleven”, marking just the second time Dead & Co has completed the full Grateful Dead live suite after its debut in June at Citi Field in New York.A lengthy, intricately textured “Drums/Space” exploration followed before, at long last, the iconic opening notes of “Morning Dew” echoed through the stadium. Just the second Dead & Co rendition of the Bonnie Dobson-penned classic on the summer, this “Morning Dew” packed plenty of its noted punch, Mayer’s guitar piercing through to lend the song its familiar emotional weight.From there, an upbeat “Turn On Your Lovelight” dance party brought the set to a close with its first appearance in a Dead & Co setlist since last summer in Boulder, CO. Finally, a heartfelt “Brokedown Palace” sing-along in the encore slot served as the perfect send-off after a fantastic set.A pair of appearances at Shoreline Amphitheatre in the Grateful Dead’s native San Francisco Bay Area awaits the band this Monday and Tuesday, July 2nd and 3rd. For a full list of Dead & Company’s upcoming tour dates, hit the band’s website.You can view a beautiful gallery of photos from the performance courtesy of Dave Vann below.Setlist: Dead & Company | Autzen Stadium | Eugene, OR | 6/30/18Deal, Me and My Uncle, Here Comes Sunshine, Black Throated Wind, Cold Rain and Snow, Peggy-O, Sugaree, One More Saturday NightDark Star > El Paso > Dark Star > St. Stephen > William Tell Bridge > The Eleven > Drums/Space > Morning Dew > Turn On Your LovelightEncore: Brokedown PalaceA full soundboard recording of the show is available via nugs.net.Dead & Company | Autzen Stadium | Eugene, OR | 6/30/18 | Photos: Dave Vann
continue reading » 13SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr As nice as it would be, it is unrealistic to expect your whole workforce to be motivated all the time. However, a few simple practices can help build an environment in your credit union where employees are most likely to be motivated over the long term.The stakes are high: The overall cost of employee disengagement is estimated between $450 billion and $550 billion every year. Follow these six practices to ensure that you are not unknowingly draining the motivation from your employees.1. Build line of sight into your operating rhythm.Line of sight, the linkage between “what I’m working on” and “what the company is trying to do,” is fundamental to nurturing motivation. If employees—including those on the front line, interacting with members every day—don’t understand how they’re helping the credit union achieve its goals, they will feel unimportant at best and actively disengaged at worst.
Enoggera is seeing strong interest given its location just 6km from the CBD. 345 South Pine Road, Enoggera, Qld 4051A THREE bedroom fixer-upper within 6.5km of the Brisbane CBD has sold for $65,000 below its suburb median and it’s sitting on double block totalling 832sq m block.The three bedroom, two bathroom, double car space renovator at 345 South Pine Road, Enoggera, was listed as having sold for $625,000 on Friday.In the past 12 months, 79 houses have sold in Enoggera, with CoreLogic putting the median price at $690,000. The area has seen a surge in interest in the past five years, with the median house price rising 26.1 per cent in that time.Agents Chris Stutz and Kathy Lillecrapp of Harcourts Solutions had listed it as one with multiple options to “restore, renovate, develop”.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus22 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market22 hours agoThe property is on a double block and has two tenanted flats. There is parkland at the end of the street.“This 832sq m allotment currently offers two lots on one title,” was how they described it. “The existing home operates as two separate flats, each in original condition yet fully self-contained and rented separately to long term tenants. This is one of the last remaining double blocks remaining in the Avenues. Explore repositioning the existing home, realigning the lots and developing how you wish (subject to council approval of course).”The existing home has VJ walls and high ceilings, and the lots were 37m deep and 24m wide, according to the listing.Among its charms was parkland and play equipment at the end of the street, where there was also access to the Kedron Brook Bikeway that goes all the way to Nudgee Beach. The park has a children’s playground and access to the Kedron Brook Bikeway.
Investments at Finnish State Pension Fund VER returned 6.4% last year, with equities producing enough profit to offset a 1.8% loss on fixed income holdings.Reporting figures for 2013, the pension fund said the market value of investments rose to €16.3bn at the end of the year from €15.4bn at the end of 2012.VER transferred nearly €1.7bn to the state budget, up from €1.6bn the year before.The contribution was more than the pension contributions received by the fund of €1.63bn, the fund pointed out. The year before, the pension fund had received more than it transferred.Managing director Timo Löyttyniemi said: “VER has moved into the role of balancing pension costs.” This development was assumed to continue, he said.“Over the coming years, VER will increasingly balance the pressure of the rising state pension costs,” he said, as the return on investments in the short and the long term had remained at a good level.The 2013 return undercut the previous year’s 11.3% investment profit.The fund said the strong rise of the equity market was the most important factor contributing to overall profit.On the other hand, the year was particularly hard for fixed income investments, it said, with interest rates low as a result of expansionary central bank policies in the wake of the financial crisis.The fixed income loss of 1.6% compares with a profit of 8.8% generated by the asset class in 2012.Equities produced 18.2%, up from 16.8% the year before.The highest returns within equities came from investments in developed countries, VER said, with Finnish shares providing the highest returns at more than 30%. Returns on emerging market equities, however, finished mostly negative at the end of 2013.VER said it was a big net seller of equities at the end of the year following the strong performance.Allocation to the asset class subsequently stood at 39.9% at the end of December, only slightly higher than the 38.4% share the fund held a year before.