Education Teaching Jobs in Marion, Illinois

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Education John A. Logan College is accepting applications for the following: Part-time; Non-Tenure Faculty Position; Sociology Instructor: Requires a master degree in teaching discipline with 18 hours of graduate coursework in sociology. Post-secondary teaching experience is preferred. Salary is $680/credit hour. Deadline is open until filled. ALL POSITIONS REQUIRE a John A. Logan College applicat...
Gold's Gym Marion, IL
# Job Description: Passionate about fitness? Are you energetic and love teaching group exercise classes? Join the Gold's team and start teaching today! The *Group Exercise Instructor* will lead members in a group environment through a format of exercises designed to enhance overall fitness, strength and endurance, while ensuring the safety of the members. The Group Exercise Instructor will also ...
Community Health Systems Inc Marion, IL
Description The EMS Coordinator believes that life-long learning and continuing nursing education is essential for the provision of current, safe, and quality nursing care. Provides healthcare educational activities which include issues related to health promotion, prevention, maintenance, restoration and education for the EMS system. These educational activities may be developed and presented to...

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