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Position Summary: Schedules and registers Medical Faculty Associates, Inc. (?MFA?) patients while providing effective customer service during the appointment scheduling process. Also provides general information regarding Department of Medicine to callers. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactori...
The College Board Nationwide, 20036
Director, Math Assessment Development Job ID: JLW20130402-29851 Description: The College Board, the national educational organization, is conducting a search for a Director who will perform operations and functions that assist with the design and development of new assessments and related products with respect to Mathematics assessment. This position reports to a senior director and will preferabl...
This position is located in our DC, Washington facility Responsible for completion of assigned projects, conducts analysis within time and scope parameters. Designs and administers "system" analysis projects that encompass "end to end" processes affecting multiple organizations. Provides effective analysis and reports on a wide range of projects. Ability to develop strategic business plans, assess...
Assist Chairman and PGA in administering faculty affairs aspects of the Department of Surgery including coordinating recruitment efforts, maintaining physician licensure and credentialing, managing faculty academic appointments and promotions, and planning faculty events. Perform administrative duties for the Department Chairman and related to the operations of the department. Essential Duties and...
The Child Care Aide position is located in a child development home setting in Health Services for Children With Special Needs, Inc., (HSCSN), Family and Community Development Department. Child development services provided will serve as a support effort to parents attending HSCSN meetings. The Child Care Aide will work with children who have special needs, mild to severe disabilities, and will as...
The Child Care Provider position is located in a child development home setting in Health Services for Children With Special Needs, Inc., (HSCSN), Family and Community Development Department. Child development services provided will serve as a support effort to parents attending HSCSN meetings. The Child Care Provider will work with children who have special needs, mild to severe disabilities, and...
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No degree but Senior undergrad, SKorea Hagwon job available, is there a visa for me?
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Mess up on Korean E2 Foreign Language Teaching Visa requirements?
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$24,960.00 - $77,000.00
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Teach students in public or private schools in one or more subjects; promotes and nurtures the education of students by planning and tailoring courses of study.
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Collaborative Teaching - K-12
Connecting with Children
Plan and conduct activities for a balanced program of instruction; demonstration; and work time that provides students with opportunities to observe; question; and investigate.
Maintains order in the classroom by counseling students with behavioral problems; consulting with other professionals where there appears to be evidence of learning disabilities, drug, or alcohol abuse, problems of social adjustment, or child abuse.
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