Adjunct-Multi-Skilled Health

first_imgRequisition ID: req3141Job Title: Adjunct-Multi-Skilled HealthDepartment: Allied HealthLocation: Columbus CampusEmployment Type: Adjunct/Non-Credit InstructorEmployment Status: Adjunct/Non-Credit InstructorBargaining Unit: Non-Bargaining UnitFLSA Status: ExemptCompensation Type: ContractCompensation: $52.88 per contact hourSchedule: Hours vary depending on course assignment; day,evening, or weekend hoursThe CollegeCommunity colleges are uniquely positioned to respond to workforceneeds and make higher education an affordable reality. There hasnever been a better time to join a two-year college, and there’s nobetter place to do it than at Columbus State. A laser focus onstudent success and a partnership mindset have established ColumbusState as a key talent provider in a thriving regional economy, anda premier community college that is changing the nation’s educationand workforce landscapes.With more than 46,000 students across two campuses, severalregional learning centers and online, Columbus State is thenation’s only institution recognized as an Achieving the Dream(ATD) college, an AACC Guided Pathways institution, and aparticipant in The Right Signals Initiative through the LuminaFoundation. The College is also a proud partner to over 40 highschools in the Central Ohio area to create pathways from highschool to college that encourage qualified young people to earndual credit – high school and college credit – while they are stillin high school.Columbus State employees benefit from an engaging, collaborative,and supportive culture that rewards innovation and vision. Ouradjunct faculty enjoy competitive compensation and professionaldevelopment opportunities. We are dedicated to ensuring that thediversity of Columbus State faculty and staff reflects that of ourstudents and region. We are proud to be a central part of acommunity that embraces differences and celebrates the manycultures, beliefs, and lifestyles that define Central Ohio.The CityColumbus, Ohio is also home to The Ohio State University and morethan 30 other colleges and universities as well as the headquartersof multiple Fortune 500 companies. Columbus is one of America’sfastest-growing cities, offering a wealth of cultural experiences,dining, entertainment, shopping opportunities, and more. That’s whyCentral Ohio residents find living here so fulfilling, bothprofessionally and personally.Position SummaryThe Adjunct – Multi-Skilled Health position provides qualityinstruction and maintains a positive learning environment in theclassroom, with major emphasis placed on teaching, supporting andevaluating students. The Adjunct role provides instruction andmonitors teaching/learning effectiveness in courses assigned by theDepartment Chair, or other leadership members. The incumbent mustexhibit strong organizational skills and the ability to multitaskwhile engaging large groups of people with complicatedmaterial.ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONSINSTRUCTION AND STUDENT LEARNINGTeaches assigned courses as scheduled and assumes primaryresponsibility for and exercises oversight of the curriculum inconjunction with the Department’s policies, ensuring both the rigorof programs and the quality of instruction. Designs curriculumembracing diversity, in all forms, to foster talent in studentswhile modeling inclusive teaching strategies, with an understandingof the socio-cultural issues of traditionally underrepresentedgroups. Considers individual differences of students in order todesign and support a range of appropriate learning activities.Participates in the identification of students with academic orother needs and responds by utilizing an appropriate resource. Usestechnology in a manner appropriate to the nature and objectives ofcourses and programs and communicates clearly to students theexpectations concerning the use of such technology. Keeps accurateand appropriate records in accordance with departmentalpolicies.Maintains attendance records, determines and submits grades timely,and in accordance with established policies and procedures of theCollege, and communicates progress feedback as well as otherrelevant information to students throughout the semester.Distributes and maintain accurate syllabi that incorporatesdepartmental, college, cross-college, and instructor requirements.Conducts classes punctually and in accordance with the prescribedmeeting schedule. Employs appropriate assessment techniques tomeasure students’ performance in achieving course goals andobjectives. Engages in periodic meetings with the department, LeadInstructor, and Chairperson relative to teaching duties andprofessional development.STUDENT ENGAGEMENT & ADVISEMENTCreates a positive classroom atmosphere that encourages active andcollaborative learning, student effort, academic challenge, studentand faculty interaction, and support for learners. Maintains postedoffice hours in accordance with departmental and policies of theCollege. Uses technology to assist in communication with students.Encourages a sense of community among students for learning bothinside and outside the classroom.Advises potential or current students within the discipline aboutthe program, career, or transfer options available to assist withdegree completion. Refers students to appropriate student andacademic support services available at the College or in thecommunity.DIVERSITY, EQUITY, & INCLUSIONHelps to ensure the College meets its responsibilities inidentifying areas of opportunity and systemic concerns whilereporting complaints alleging discrimination.Creates a welcoming, inclusive, equitable and productive work andlearning environment where all students, faculty members, andcollege employees feel valued and are able to contribute to theirfull potential, regardless of their differences. Ensures accessibleand inclusive curriculum design and teaching strategies, andspecifically promotes, advises, and supports curriculum developmentaimed at creating a diverse and equitable learningenvironment.Fosters and maintains a safe environment of respect and inclusionfor faculty, staff, students, and members of the community.Core Competencies RequiredProfessionalism, Quality Focus, Managing Work, Communication,Continuous Improvement, Guiding Interactions,Customer/Student/Employee Focus, Positive Approach, Collaboration,Planning & OrganizingOther Duties and ResponsibilitiesAttend/complete all required trainings by the college and/ordepartment. Other duties as required. Regular, predictable, andpunctual attendance is required.Physical RequirementsReasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals withdisabilities to perform the essential job functions described inthis position description. While performing duties of this job, theemployee regularly exhibits digital dexterity when entering datainto computer. The employee frequently sits for periods of time,stands, and walks. Employee converses verbally or manually withothers in person as well as by telephone. Vision demands includeclose, relatively detailed vision when focusing on a computerscreen. Employee occasionally lifts up to 10 pounds.Working ConditionsTypical classroom; laboratory; healthcare clinical sites such ashospitals and clinics. Exposure to close social contacts,communicable diseases, medications, solutions, blood and other bodyfluids, injury, physical and psychological demands, and stressfulsituations.Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:Knowledge of: online instruction techniques and methods;Microsoft Office; Blackboard; internet research; onlinecommunication and record-keeping.Skill in: providing quality instruction; learningtechnologies and the use multi-media technology to enhance studentlearning; instructional planning and presentation; incorporatingcritical thinking, effective communication and other generaleducation outcomes in course content; effective time management;proficiency with online communication record-keeping.Ability to : effectively communicate and use interpersonalskills; create engaging learning environments that respect a widevariety of viewpoints; be sensitive to the needs and concerns of adiverse student population, socio-economic, cultural and ethnicbackgrounds and students with disabilities; work independentlywithout ongoing direct supervision; meet deadlines; perform studentlearning outcomes; maintain confidential and sensitive information,including FERPA.Minimum Qualifications:High school diploma or GED. Certification in phlebotomy, completionof a phlebotomy program, or a minimum of three (3) years ofexperience in the field of phlebotomy or health sciences. StateMotor Vehicle Operator’s License or demonstrable ability to gainaccess to work site(s).Preferred Qualifications: CPR certified instructor.Associate’s degree or higher in Health Sciences or a related field.last_img read more

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My Fair Lady, Starring Lauren Ambrose, Officially Opens on Broadway

first_img© Justin “Squigs” Robertson Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on July 7, 2019 About the Artist: With a desire to celebrate the magic of live theater and those who create it, and with a deep reverence for such touchstones as the work of Al Hirschfeld and the wall at Sardi’s, Squigs is happy and grateful to be among those carrying on the traditions where theater and caricature meet. He was born and raised in Oregon, lived in Los Angeles for quite a long time and now calls New York City his home. My Fair Lady Broadway’s highly anticipated new production of Lerner & Loewe’s My Fair Lady officially opens at Lincoln Center Theater’s Vivian Beaumont Theater on April 19. Tony winner Bartlett Sher directs and Tony winner Christopher Gattelli choreographs the revival, which began previews on March 15. Emmy nominee Lauren Ambrose stars in the iconic role of Eliza Doolittle.Adapted from George Bernard Shaw’s play and Gabriel Pascal’s motion picture Pygmalion, My Fair Lady features a book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe. The show boasts classic songs like “I Could Have Danced All Night,” “Get Me to the Church on Time,” “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly,” “On the Street Where You Live,” “The Rain in Spain” and “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face.” Joining Ambrose in the principal cast are Harry Hadden-Paton making his New York stage debut as Henry Higgins, two-time Tony winner Norbert Leo Butz as Alfred P. Doolittle, Tony winner Diana Rigg as Mrs. Higgins, Allan Corduner as Colonel Pickering, Linda Mugleston as Mrs. Pearce, Jordan Donica as Freddy Eynsford-Hill and Manu Narayan as Zoltan Karpathy.To celebrate the new revival, Broadway.com Resident Artist Justin “Squigs” Robertson sketched a portrait of the company serving up a fresh take on a musical classic. View Commentslast_img read more

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Dinnadge joins CSS Group as vice president

first_imgThe appointment comes as the group reveals new services related to the global shipping and logistics services for new and used construction machinery and equipment.Dinnadge, who has lived and worked in the region since the 1970s, has joined the CSS Group from Barwil Unitor Ship Service, now known as Wilhelmsen Ship Service.Dinnadge is an alumni member of the INSEAD Business School, Fontainbleu, France and holds an honours degree in business administration. He is married and has four children. He speaks Urdu, Arabic and French.The shipping of all types of cargoes such as bulldozers, cranes, trucks plant equipment, project cargoes and other heavy industrial machinery requires a specialised freight and logistics service provider, considers the company. This is especially important in the Middle East region as infrastructure investment and developments continue to be high demand. CSS is one of the Middle East and the Subcontinent’s largest asset-based logistics organisations and manages purchase orders, ensures vendor compliance and physically consolidates cargo and control bookings and shipments.last_img read more

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Trinidad & Tobago Central Bank predicts tight belts for 2016

first_imgIn its first Monetary Policy Announcement for 2016, the CBTT noted that crude oil and natural gas production fell during October to November 2015 for the Caribbean country, “with the slippage in gas output in particular continuing to negatively impact the downstream industries.”In June last year, oil was being sold in excess of US$100 on the global market, but the price has since plummeted to just over US$30, forcing the government to warn about tighter measures to deal with the significant loss of revenue.The CBTT said “available data over this period also allude to tepid activity in some of the non-energy sectors, most notably distribution and construction.“Although there have been recent reports of lay-offs across the construction, manufacturing and energy sectors, labor market conditions still appear broadly favorable, with demand for low to semi-skilled workers remaining relatively buoyant.” The Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago in Port of Spain. Low oil prices could further affect economy The Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago (CBTT) says the persistence of low oil prices on the global markets “suggests that fiscal stimulus to the economy is likely to be severely constrained in coming months.”last_img read more

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Marshfield Special Olympics take on police

first_imgBy Hub City Times staffMARSHFIELD – Fans cheered on Marshfield Area Special Olympic athletes as they faced the Marshfield Police Department in a basketball scrimmage, held April 27 at the Boson Company Fieldhouse.The event has grown into one of Marshfield’s most entertaining events as organizers mark its fifth year.Brandon Kowieski, left, holds off Marshfield Police Department’s Jamie Kizer during the April 27 contest at Boson Company Fieldhouse. Hub City Times staff photoProceeds from concessions, donations, and funds from the Marshfield police go to support the Special Olympics athletes in competition throughout the year. This year the Marshfield police raised $560 for points earned during the game.last_img read more

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Unruly passenger disrupts Qantas Perth-London marathon flight

first_imgQantas 787. Credit Richard Kreider What was already a marathon flight was made even longer Saturday after a disruptive male passenger forced a Qantas Perth-London nonstop flight to turnaround.Two Qantas Boeing 787s winged their way to London Sunday after Saturday’s flight was delayed because crew no longer has sufficient available duty hours.The captain made the decision to turnaround Flight QF-9 about two hours into the flight and before the meal service.The passenger, a 32-year old male in economy class, allegedly become violent and disruptive and had to be restrained.Witnesses said he became highly aggressive as passengers tried to control him and cabin crew attempted to calm him down.Video Playerhttps://www.airlineratings.com/wp-content/uploads/uploads/IMG_1236-1.mp400:0000:0000:03Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.The West Australian quoted one passenger as saying the man appeared “incredibly agitated” and his behavior was “hyper-aggressive, like a cornered animal”.The witness praised Qantas staff for controlling the passenger and keeping everyone on board calm during the ordeal.He said the man had walked to or toward the bathroom in the middle of the cabin and went to sit back down again.“Whatever happened next he was suddenly standing up and shouting and pointing in an extremely aggressive manner,” he said.“I wasn’t sure what he was saying. Passengers leaped in to control him, Qantas staff tried to calm him. He was eventually marched down the back of the plane.“He was by this time highly, highly wound up.”The unruly passenger was taken off the plane by Australian Federal Police and Qantas later placed a “no-fly ban ” on him preventing him from traveling on Qantas Group flights until the investigation into the matter is completed. he could also face a hefty bill if the airline decides to move to to recover the costs of the disruption.“This type of disruption inconveniences our customers, but we take a zero-tolerance approach to disruptive behavior on board,’ a Qantas spokeswoman said.“The safety of our crew and customers is our number one priority.“We provided customers with overnight accommodation and will have them on their way as soon as possible. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank our customers for their patience.”The delayed plane left at 12:30pm Sunday.The ultra-long-haul turn-back came after Qantas launched its first international Dreamliner flights from Queensland earlier this month with a daily service from Brisbane to Los Angeles and onwards to New York.Read Qantas-London nonstop setting load and profitability records.Four of the national carrier’s new Boeing 787-9s will be based in Brisbane, as the state-of-the-art aircraft gradually replace the 747 on key routes.Dreamliner services from Brisbane to Hong Kong will start in December, with other destinations to follow.  Seattle, Chicago, San Francisco and Vancouver are the favorites.The airline is predicting the 787 base will drive tourism and jobs in the Australian state,“We’ll have 120 cabin crew and pilots based in Brisbane to operate the Dreamliner flights and a further 350 indirect jobs are expected to be created as a result,” Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce said.“The Dreamliner also opens up the potential to drive tourism to Queensland over the long term given the increased range of the 787.“There are a number of new destinations we’re considering for new direct services from Brisbane, including Seattle, Chicago and San Francisco in the US, as well as Vancouver and cities in Asia.”The airline also started direct 787-9 flights between Melbourne and San Francisco recently. The national carrier will operate four return flights per week on the route.last_img read more

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Retailers with a Crisis Management Plan Can Effectively Manage Disruption

first_imgThe political candidates currently vying for the US Presidency seem to disagree about the level of crime in the nation. Regardless of the actual statistics, however, the fact remains that crises do exist. Danger is, at times, inevitable. And companies that institute a crisis management plan – instead of just hoping for the best – are the ones that are truly ready for the future.Contributing Writer Garett Seivold explores the idea of what it takes to be ready in a feature article in the September-October 2016 issue of LP Magazine. Seivold looks closely at crisis-prepared retail organizations, such as Walgreens and 7-Eleven, to see what strategies are working best. Strong leadership and informed employees are must, says Seivold. From the article:“Crisis response requires solid leadership, but it also requires personnel who are willing to be led. And that depends on whether a company has spent time before a major disaster providing crisis information, training, drilling, and establishing trust. Workers need to sense that the company is ready to handle the event and has their interests at heart, which is not something that a retailer can build once the storm is already on the radar.”The article goes on to share a comprehensive list of actions that can help a retailer prepare for disaster. Both 7-Eleven and Walgreens point to lessons learned during past events, as well as the ways in which technology can make crisis teams more effective. Check out “Crisis Management: What Walgreens, 7-Eleven, and Other Crisis-Prepared Retailers Have in Common” to read the full article and evaluate how your organization might do in the event of a disaster.- Sponsor – You can also visit the Table of Contents for the September-October 2016 issue or register for a free subscription to the magazine. Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox.  Sign up nowlast_img read more

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Don’t Let Your Brain Deceive You: Avoiding Bias In Your UX Feedback

first_img Posted on 12th October 2017Web Design FacebookshareTwittertweetGoogle+share Don’t Let Your Brain Deceive You: Avoiding Bias In Your UX FeedbackYou are here: You know that user feedback is crucial — after all, your users will decide whether your app succeeds or not — but how do you know whether users are being fair and objective in their feedback?We can tell you: They won’t be. All of your users will be giving you biased feedback. They can’t help it.The post Don’t Let Your Brain Deceive You: Avoiding Bias In Your UX Feedback appeared first on Smashing Magazine.From our sponsors: Don’t Let Your Brain Deceive You: Avoiding Bias In Your UX Feedback HomeWeb DesignDon’t Let Your Brain Deceive You: Avoiding Bias In Your UX Feedback Related postsInclusive Components: Book Reviews And Accessibility Resources13th December 2019Should Your Portfolio Site Be A PWA?12th December 2019Building A CSS Layout: Live Stream With Rachel Andrew10th December 2019Struggling To Get A Handle On Traffic Surges10th December 2019How To Design Profitable Sales Funnels On Mobile6th December 2019How To Build A Real-Time Multiplayer Virtual Reality Game (Part 2)5th December 2019last_img read more

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Summertime Shifts: Keep Connecting Through Fireflies, Fireworks, and Family Vacations

first_imgSummer is just different. Even though schooldays ended eons ago for most of us, our focus, attitudes, and readiness to act change as the weather warms.Over the years, I’ve heard from many of you that you feel the same, as do your supporters and prospects. And you’ve asked me how to connect in the context of sizzling summer distractions. This Book Could Change Your Life: Great Summer Reads for Fundraisers Here are three ways to up your summer communications game: Craft your asks to be short, sweet, and personal, like this creative appeal from Food for the Poor, suggests fundraiser Pamela Grow. Nothing is more important than crafting content that’s relevant to your readers. But it’s challenging when they’re distracted by the delights of ice cream, the beach, and after-dinner badminton. What summertime shifts do you make in your fundraising campaigns and communications? Please share in the comments section! Whatever summertime shifts you consider, it’s ideal to base them on what you know about your people, anecdotally and/or via data on last summer’s responses. If possible, measure before and after each shift, and make only one change at a time so you know what does or doesn’t work. Send less frequently. No Friday sends. More Summer Stuffcenter_img Make your content more fun, light, active, and short attention span friendly, advises Kivi Leroux Miller from Nonprofit Marketing Guide. Be aware that you’re communicating to people who are on or just back from vacation, says John Haydon. That could mean sending an email twice (with a fresh subject line the second time), with round two going to those who didn’t open the first, and extending a campaign period into early fall. If you know your people are on email less and Facebook more, follow them where they are. This applies whatever the season. Here’s more summertime shift guidance from some of the best fundraisers and communicators I know: Reboot with These 6 Summer Camp Strategies Shift your topic, tone, and/or language to make it seasonally relevant and fun. Change timing and/or frequency. A quick poll of nonprofit communicators found this to be the most common summertime shift. With refreshing practicality, Nancy Schwartz rolls up her sleeves to help nonprofits develop and implement strategies to build strong relationships that inspire key supporters to action. She shares her deep nonprofit marketing insights—and passion—through consulting, speaking, and her popular blog and e-news at GettingAttention.org.last_img read more

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