Title: Tenure-Track Investigator, Human Physiology and Pharmacokinetics,
Deadline: February 27, 2009
The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), a major
research component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), is recruiting for a tenure-track
scientist to establish an independent research program in the area of
human physiology and pharmacokinetics within the Laboratory of Clinical
and Translational Studies (LCTS), Division of Intramural Clinical and
Biological Research (DICBR), NIAAA.
Candidates must hold a Ph.D., M.D., Pharm D or equivalent degree and have
at least 3 years of postdoctoral experience. The selected candidate will
be expected to establish an independent program to develop model laboratory
paradigms to screen novel potential treatments for alcoholism and to evaluate
genetic and environmental determinants of variability in the pharmacokinetics
and CNS pharmacodynamics of alcohol in humans.
Interested candidates wishing to be considered for this position may submit
a curriculum vitae, bibliography, the names and addresses of three references,
and a brief proposal that reflects the applicants research interests/goals
and an approach for establishing an independent research program, by the
closing date to: Chair, Search Committee, NIAAA; NIH National Institute
on Alcohol Abuse & Alcoholism; c/o Ms. Patricia Scullion; 5635 Fishers
Lane, Room 3061; Bethesda, MD 20892 **For Federal Express delivery, Rockville,
MD 20852 or submit via secure email: LCTSRecruit@mail.nih.gov.
Title: Part-time Instructors- Shawano
Deadline: Open until filled.
Location: Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, Human Resources, 2740
West Mason Street, Green Bay, WI 54307-9042.
E-mail address: email@example.com
Website: www.nwtc.edu & http://www.nwtc.edu/HR/Employment.htm
This position is customer-focused and will require flexible scheduling
and/or delivery to meet customer needs. NWTC in Shawano is looking for
part-time instructors in the following areas:
Quilting: Spring Term classes will be held on Fridays. Morning need for
beginning quilting; afternoon need for advanced quilting. Must have prior
experience with making and selling quilts.
Computer Software: Daytime need for Word, Excel and Windows 2007. Must
have a Bachelors degree and appropriate education or training in
the aforementioned software.
All application materials are only EOE-Committed to the diversity of faculty,
staff and students accepted online: resumes, cover letters, transcripts,
etc., must be attached to the application at the time of submission.
Title: Resident Assistant, American Indian Summer Program
Deadline: Friday, May 1st, 2009
Contact: Yolanda Leon, Program Coordinator
Phone: (949) 824-0291
Website: www.airp.uci.edu & http://www.airp.uci.edu/files/aisps_staff_application09.doc
American Indian Summer Institute in Computer Science (AISICS) is a two-week
(Saturday, June 27 - Sunday, July 12) residential program where students
will work with professors, college students, and invited American Indian
community members to develop interactive story projects that combine computer
game technology with traditional American Indian culture. Students will
also participate in field trips, academic workshops, and other courses.
· Must have experience working with Native high school youth
· Must be able to take initiative, have excellent communication
and interpersonal skills, and an outgoing personality
· Must participate in ALL scheduled training sessions including
CPR, First Aid
· Must go through TB testing and fingerprinting
ACADEMIC ADVISOR - TRIO/STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
Augsburg, a private college affiliated with the ELCA, offers a liberal
arts education grounded in Christian values, a diverse campus community,
and an exciting metropolitan setting in the Twin Cities. The College is
seeking this position to report to Director, TRIO/ Student Support Services.
TRIO/Student Support Services is a federally-funded U.S. Department of
Education grant program serving 160 students who meet at least one of
the following criteria: first generation to college, low income, or have
a disability. During the academic year, the program provides academic
support, workshops, and individual and group advising to ensure that the
160 participants are retained and graduated. The program also provides
a five-week Summer Bridge program to assist 25 incoming first-year students
in their transition to Augsburg College.
POSITION STATUS: full-time, 10 months (.833 FTE), typically July-April.
Continuation of position assumes availability of on-going grant funding.
Individual academic counseling (academic progress monitoring, basic study
skills training, academic intervention as appropriate); academic advising
(general education, major, and graduation requirements, academic audits);
financial counseling (financial aid, personal budget management); personal
counseling (crisis intervention, assessment for and appropriate referral
to housing, health, legal and other resources) coordination and facilitation
of specialized workshops for student participants; monitoring scholarship
requirements. Other duties include Summer Bridge programming, supplemental
instruction, program website maintenance, assistance with department initiatives,
collaboration with Augsburg faculty and staff, and duties as assigned
for a team-oriented office. Advisor caseload is approximately 80 students.
Occasional weekend and evening hours are required.
Required: Bachelors degree, preferably in education, counseling,
or related area and three years previous experience in an academic setting;
experience with web-based administrative computing; excellent written
and verbal communication skills; advanced knowledge of MS office, internet
and email usage; excellent record-keeping skills; ability and willingness
to work with all divisions and constituents of the college; understanding
of challenges facing first-generation, low-income students and students
with disabilities; ability to establish rapport with students from diverse
ethnic/racial background; training (or willingness to receive training)
in Financial Aid advising, counseling, academic needs assessment, disabilities
accommodations, study skills instruction, student learning, personal development
and/or multicultural education; ability and willingness to perform responsibilities
listed above and as assigned.
Preferred but not required: Masters degree in counseling, student
personnel or related area; experience in academic advising, counseling
or financial aid; previous experience with TRIO or other educational opportunity
programs; familiarity with departments and programs at Augsburg College.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 25, 2009 TO START: May, 2009, or negotiable
HOW TO APPLY:
E-mail or mail a resume, cover letter and list of references to firstname.lastname@example.org
(Word or text only format) or to Human Resources, Augsburg College, C.B.
79, 2211 Riverside Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55454
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: http://www.augsburg.edu/hr/staff
Augsburg is an equal opportunity employer Posted: ________
AIN DAH YUNG (OUR HOME) CENTER - Indian Child Welfare
Mission is, to assist American Indian Youth and families to thrive
in safety, wholeness, and a healing place within the community.
Currently has the following open position: (All positions require a valid
drivers license and a background check)
The Indian Child Welfare Compliance Monitor position is a full-time, exempt
position with full benefits. Salary range is $28,000 - $44,000 DOQ. Responsibilities
include attending, participating and monitoring Ramsey County court proceedings
to determine compliance with ICWA and report noncompliance to county officials.
Act as resource to the county court systems and departments. Work in collaboration
with the Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services and surrounding tribes,
including tribal courts and social services. Prepare quarterly reports.
Must have ability to manage, coordinate and knowledge of working with
budgets. This position requires a BA degree in human services or related
field and at least 5 years experience with working with families. Must
have experience in court and legal advocacy and demonstrated knowledge
of the Indian Child Welfare Act and the Minnesota Indian Family Preservation
Act. Must have excellent communication and writing skills.
If interested, please either mail or fax your resumé and a letter
of interest to: Ain Dah Yung Administration Department, 1089 Portland,
St. Paul, MN 55104 or fax it to (651) 224-5136.
Full detailed information for this position is posted on our website at
Closing Date: March 13, 2009 - Equal Employment Opportunity Employer