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Adjunct Faculty for Nursing Assistant ProgramAdjunct Faculty for Nursing Assistant Program

first_img* Do you have, or will you have on the day of employment, acurrent Illinois Registered Nurse (RN) Licensure?YesNo Job TitleAdjunct Faculty for Nursing Assistant Program Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Special Instructions to Applicants Open Until FilledYes Open Date08/21/2019 Job Summary Instruct small student groups at affiliated clinical sitesthroughout Chicago and nearby suburbs, or occasional didacticinstruction as faculty substitute. Classes meet at various timesand days. Provide student instruction and supervision for selected group ofclients using the nursing process, current patient safety standardsand institutional policies/procedures• Utilize course syllabus, approved textbooks and supplementalmaterials• Adhere to course meeting times and location, includingorientation(s) and simulation laboratory on campus• Maintain grade book• Take and submit attendance, as required• Facilitate electronic and other communication between students,staff, program director Desired Start Date01/13/2020 Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResumeOptional DocumentsCover LetterTranscriptsLetters of RecommendationEvaluations (for Faculty)Specialized Certifications Close Date Reports To and Evaluated byDean of Nursing and Health Sciences Position End Date (if temporary) Specific Job Duties * What is the highest degree completed?H.S. DiplomaAssociatesBachelorsMastersPhD Position Details * How did you learn about this employment opportunity?Morton ‘careers’ websiteInternal postingMonsterCareerbuilderInside Higher EdHigher Ed jobsHACUnewspaper/trade journalLinkedIn Minimum 1 year previous teaching experience in either didactic orclinical setting Required Qualifications Salary RangePer CBA Posting NumberADJ00010PU Preferred Qualifications Current Illinois Registered Nurse licensure, Bachelor’s degree andcompletion of IDPH Train the Trainer and Evaluator programs withinpast 5 years. Previous experience in the care of the elderly,chronically ill or clients diagnosed withAlzheimers/dementia. Posting Detailslast_img read more

An Olympian in high heels brings rare dash of glam to Afghan pollsAn Olympian in high heels brings rare dash of glam to Afghan polls

first_imgIn high heels, dark glasses and heavy make-up, Robina Jalali looks more like a celebrity looking for a photo-op as she talks to eager youth and frowning men.Afghanistan’s former Olympian Robina Jalali.But stretch your memory and you will remember the glamourous 25-year-old as the sprinter who was hailed as a hero during the Beijing Olympics, despite finishing last.She was the only Afghan woman athlete to participate in the events and hogged limelight for running in track pants and a headscarf.Jalali is running again, this time for the parliamentary elections on September 18.She is one of the 406 female candidates contesting for the 64 seats reserved for women in the 249-member lower house, Wolesi Jirga.And she has again dared to be different. Unlike others who are covered up in the traditional burqa and robes, Jalali campaigns in trousers and designer kurtas with her head covered with a colourful stole.Perhaps this is the reason she is facing criticism from some quarters as being a non-serious candidate who is just using the women’s quota to enter politics.”If you want to run for modelling, you need a pretty face and a wonderful body. But for parliament, the criteria are different,” a leading woman parliamentarian took a jibe clearly aimed at Jalali. Jalali is not bothered by criticism.After all, she has faced it earlier. The international media may have hailed her courage when she participated in the Beijing Olympics in 2008, and earlier in Athens in 2004, but back home she got little support or encouragement.advertisement”I was the only girl running with men…,” she said. “I did not have popular support. People spoke ill of me going on trips.” People’s disapproval didn’t matter. What was worrying was the threat from the Taliban.”When I started in the sports world, I got threatening leaflets from the Taliban thrown at my house,” Jalali said.But that did not stop her from pursuing her dreams then. And they have failed to deter her now. Like other candidates, particularly women, she is also facing intimidation from the Taliban who have threatened to target anyone associated with the polls.But being a woman in Afghanistan, fear is something Jalali has lived with. She says she doesn’t care about the Taliban and is not going to run away.To her critics who question her suitability for the political office she is aiming for, Jalali cites her experience with her father’s non-profit organisation and her stint with the Kabul Bank as a secretary for three years.She is one of the nine women tipped to win a seat among the 90 running in Kabul. And if she wins, she has her priorities clear-to focus on equal rights for women.To achieve her goal, she has broken yet another tradition.She remains single in a country where most women are married off as teenagers because marriage and husband could come in the way of pursuing politics.But it remains to be seen how much success Jalali gets in her mission at a time when the Afghan government is seeking reconciliation with the Taliban.last_img read more

World Games open Friday night three to watch for TCIWorld Games open Friday night three to watch for TCI

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppUnited Kingdom, August 4, 2017 – London – The IAAF World Games have begun in London, England.   The Turks and Caicos can keep its eyes on a few athletics competitors including Delano Williams, Ifeanyi Otuyonye, and Teray Smith.    Smith is a member of Team Bahamas but is also a Turks and Caicos Islander who once competed for these islands.#MagneticMediaNews#worldgamesLondon#IAAFWorldGames2017 Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#IAAFWorldGames2017, #magneticmedianews, #worldgamesLondon Recommended for you Bahamas’ Fraser makes it through round one opening day of IAAF World Championships Must see IAAF events today, Gardiner in 400m men’s final Abaco’s Steven Gardiner wins first medal for Team Bahamas at IAAF World Champslast_img read more

Neville says England can win the womens World CupNeville says England can win the womens World Cup

first_imgThe national team manager believes his team has what it take to win the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup this summer in France.Phil Neville started working as England women national team manager in 2018.And he set his objectives very high, as he wants to win the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup with the Lionesses this summer in France.“It’s probably going to be the most open World Cup in terms of who’s going to win it. And we’re preparing to make sure we have to be at our best,” Neville was quoted by Sports Illustrated.“I said on day one I want to win the World Cup. That wasn’t me being arrogant or big-headed, that was the challenge I set myself and for my group of players.”“At Canada 2015, we came third. So progression is to get to the final, progression is to become better than third,” he added.Jadon Sancho, Borussia DortmundCrouch: Liverpool could beat Man United to Jadon Sancho Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Peter Crouch wouldn’t be surprised to see Jadon Sancho end up at Liverpool one day instead of his long-term pursuers Manchester United.“USA are the No. 1 favorites. You’ve got to say France are No. 2 because they’re the home nation.”“You can never rule out Germany – we played them in SheBelieves last year and they were physically a fantastic side,” he explained.“So we’ve got to be at our very best. But so too have USA, France, Germany.”“I went to an awful lot of games – I still do now, of course – and met a lot of people in the Women’s Super League (WSL), women’s football, the managers, players etc.”“But you’re judged on your results and I felt as if, the minute we beat France 4-1 in my first game, up until then people were waiting for me to fail,” he continued.“And then we beat France – with the style of football that we played – and all of a sudden, it had almost put it to bed. From then onwards it felt as if I could start relaxing a little bit and not have to prove to people every minute of every day that I’m going to know about women’s football.”last_img read more

Search underway for Camp Pendelton US Marine missing near PhilippinesSearch underway for Camp Pendelton US Marine missing near Philippines

first_img KUSI Newsroom, August 10, 2018 Posted: August 10, 2018 KUSI Newsroom Search underway for Camp Pendelton US Marine missing near Philippines SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Two branches of the United States military are searching for a missing U.S. Marine in the seas southeast of the Philippines, officials announced Friday.The unidentified Marine, with the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit stationed at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendelton in San Diego’s North County, was reported overboard at 9:40 a.m. Thursday while USS Essex was conducting routine operations in the Sulu Sea, 13th MEU Capt. Diann Rosenfield said.The ship’s crew launched a search and rescue operation that has been joined by the U.S. Navy and Philippine Coast Guard ships, Rosenfield said.The search enters its second day Friday and has covered roughly 3,000 square nautical miles, Rosenfield said.“It is an all-hands effort to find our missing Marine,” said U.S. Navy Capt. Gerald Olin, on-scene commander of the search and rescue operation. “All of our Sailors, Marines, and available assets aboard the USS Essex have been and will continue to be involved in this incredibly important search and rescue operation.”Searches have been conducted inside the ship while an aircraft aboard the USS Essex has conducted round-the-clock search and rescue operations in the Sulu Sea and Surigao Strait, Rosenfield said.The Marine’s family has been notified but the name was being withheld while the search is ongoing, Rosenfield said.USS Essex is homeported at Naval Base San Diego. Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Senate Appropriators Take Fresh Tack in Limiting OCO Funds to War NeedsSenate Appropriators Take Fresh Tack in Limiting OCO Funds to War Needs

first_imgThe Senate Appropriations Committee is mandating that the $59 billion it allocated for DOD’s overseas contingency operations (OCO) account only be spent on purposes directly or indirectly related to operations overseas, a stance that places the panel at odds with the other defense committees.The House-passed defense authorization bill and the House Appropriations defense spending bill both divert at least $15 billion to base budget needs not requested by the Obama administration. The fiscal 2017 defense authorization bill the Senate began debating on Monday does not rely on the OCO account to restore base budget shortfalls in readiness and modernization. Senate Armed Services Chairman John McCain (R-Ariz.), however, plans to offer an amendment adding $18 billion to the war fund to pay for increased end strength and training, and new weapons left out of the Pentagon’s budget request.In contrast, the $575 billion defense spending bill the Senate Appropriations Committee passed on May 26 doesn’t include any OCO funds for base budget programs. The panel even declined to allocate $5 billion for such needs from the war fund requested by DOD, reported CQ Roll Call.“We provide OCO money in the OCO portion of the bill,” said committee spokesman Stephen Worley. “It can only be spent on combat-related expenses. In past years, we have transferred some base funds to the OCO portion to help balance the bill, but this year we did not do that,” Worley said.The committee did not ignore the unfunded wish lists of the service chiefs. It redirected $15 billion in savings it identified from 450 different accounts for unrequested programs. But the spending measure does not restore troop cuts in the active-duty Army and Marine Corps or fund a higher military pay raise, two items that are in the House defense bills.Senate appropriators’ decision to put their foot down over the use of war funds for base budget needs ultimately could provide the best hope for advancing a defense spending bill with bipartisan support through Congress. Senate Democrats already have said they would oppose McCain’s attempt to increase the defense budget as it breaks faith with last October’s budget deal that raised the cap for both defense and non-defense spending. Dan Cohen AUTHORlast_img read more