Job Title CodeCCUSalary LevelN04Salary Range (Full-Time)$3,583.33 mo. – $4,120.83 mo. (dependent on experience and otherconsiderations)Hourly Rate (Part-Time)$20.67 per hourBusiness TravelN/AFLSAExemptPosition TypeStaffPosition SummarySupports the organization by performing administrative dutiesrelated to planning, directing, and coordinating the operationalactivities of the assigned organization.Required Knowledge, Skills & AbilitiesSome responsibilities may include performing administrative duties,maintaining databases, creating reports, assist management andcolleagues perform assignments, maintain and provide direction inthe office, and completion of special projects and/or events, andother assignments as requested. Understand the short and long termgoals of the organization and has the related knowledge to fulfillthese goals successfully, following District policies andprocedures. Networks with other coordinators, institutions, anddepartments to share information and gain knowledge to help improvethe process and procedures. Build solid relationships interactingwith colleagues, external entities, and personnel to fulfill thevision and mission of the organization. Serves as a primary pointof contact and liaison with other offices, individuals, andexternal institutions and agencies on a range of specific issuesand coordinates and facilitates meetings. The ability to analyzeplans and able to identify mistakes and inefficiencies and providesolutions. Monitors and coordinates the budget as appropriate andprepares internal reports for management as requested. Assist withproject development, planning and implementation. Excellent timemanagement skills, able to prioritize, and solid organizationalskills to complete assignments, projects and tasks on time. Strongcommunication skills to speak, listen and write in a clear,thorough and timely manner using appropriate and effectivecommunication tools and techniques, interacting with diverseaudiences.Physical RequirementsNormal physical job functions performed within a standard officeenvironment. Reasonable accommodations may be made to individualswith physical challenges to perform the essential duties andresponsibilities.Minimum Knowledge and ExperienceAssociates degree with two (2) years of work-related experience.Official transcripts required when applicable. ***Will be subjectto a criminal background check. Some positions may be subject to afingerprint check.*Preferred Skills: The USDE grant requires aBachelor’s degree or higher plus four years’ experience incoordinating federal grant management and compliance for thisposition.Essential Duties and ResponsibilitiesResponsible for assisting with the timely and successful post-awardadministration of grants and contract execution for externallysponsored funding, as well as continuous monitoring and support offederal, state, and privately funded grant project administration,to ensure compliance with applicable Office of Management andBudget (OMB) Circulars, grant provisions, District policies, laws,and regulations. Maintains and completes up-to-date catalog ofactive grants, including location, amount, duration, performancemeasures as applicable, and a synopsis of grant requirements.Maintains a central file location of funding agreements,regulations, program guidelines and interpretive materials.Develops and maintains reports, files, databases, and records.Performs research of OMB Circular, funding agency guidelines,program laws/regulations for latest pronouncement applicable togrants awarded to the College to support grant managers. Ensuresproject expenditures are charges in accordance with the terms andconditions of the award and/or university policy. Strongorganizational skills, managing and directing multiple assignmentsand projects, and excellent interpersonal skills. Establishes agood rapport when working with grant managers, supervisors ordesignated personnel to identify project plans and updatesnecessary to support the successful post-award, set-up andimplementation of the project. Assists in resolving problems ofconsiderable complexity regarding documentation, interpretation ofallowable costs, agency requirements, grant objectives andoutcomes. Strong work ethics and self-starter able to manage andprioritize, with attention to detail. Must have stronginterpersonal skills and be able to effectively communicateinformation and ideas both verbally and in writing.Performs other duties as assigned.The intent of this job description is to provide a representativesummary of the major duties and responsibilities performed byincumbents of this job and shall not be construed as a declarationof the total of the specific duties and responsibilities of anyparticular position. Incumbents may be directed to performjob-related tasks other than those specifically presented in thisdescription. Position requires regular and predictableattendance.Advertised: 29 Apr 2021 Central Daylight TimeApplications close: 13 May 2021 11:55 PM Central DaylightTime
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Serena Boutique(P. English for GPTMC) I recently took a trip to visit fellow Creative Ambassador Serena Saunders’ gallery and boutique – Passion Art. Nestled in Germantown on Chew Avenue, this funky little place brightens and enlightens the neighborhood. I chatted with Serena about what it’s like having her own boutique, being a working artist and continuing to pursue her dream. The space is multi-functional, something that Serena wanted for her new boutique. She not only uses the space as a boutique and art gallery, she also has her working studio in the back on the space. Passion Art offers funky hand made fashions, from reconstructed leather clutches to super cute leather suspenders, skirts, hand painted art and more! And just about everything is made by Serena herself! Something that was important for Serena was not just to showcase her own work, but to also exhibit and sell work for other working artists. She had dedicated the front of her store to featured artists and designers. Serena allows you to come in and utilize her space as if it were your own. And as an artist, sometimes that’s all you need to get your work out there. And, Passion Art is just that – a hub for creative people. When asking Serena what she has coming up, she filled me in on a few new events that will be occurring in August and fall that she’s about to announce. To stay connected to Serena and Passion Art, check her out in person at her store or catch her on Facebook. Insider Tip: If you visit Serena and you see something that’s not in your size, no worries! She will custom size and design clothes for you – even on the spot. Reach out to her or visit her soon!
Tall Ships Challenge Philadelphia Camden 2015 June 25-28. And while it’s not officially a part of Wawa Welcome America, the Tall Ships Challenge arrives to the Delaware River Waterfront from June 25 to 28 — just a few days before (and on the first days of) the Wawa Welcome America festival. Check back for more information about upcoming Wawa Welcome America events. Liberty Block Party Friday, July 3, 1-8:30 p.m. The Liberty Block Party serves up samplings from the city’s top food trucks, restaurants and more — this time in the Old City neighborhood. This year’s block party will take place between 5th and 6th streets between Market and Chestnut streets. Philly @ The Movies June 29, June 30, July 1, July 2 Returning this year is the ever-popular free screening of Rocky on the Art Museum steps on Wednesday, July 1 as part of the Philly @ The Movies series. Additional film screenings — Annie, The Sixth Sense and Big Hero 6 — will occur in public locations across the city throughout the week. Philadelphia Orchestra Neighborhood Concert and Fireworks Thursday, July 2, 8 p.m. Enjoy a free patriotic concert by the renowned Philadelphia Orchestra at the RiverStage at the Great Plaza. After the concert, a land-side fireworks display will illuminate the sky. 2015 Wawa Welcome America Highlights: Philly 4th of July Jam & Fireworks Saturday, July 4, 7 – 11 p.m., Benjamin Franklin Parkway, 20th Street to Eakins Oval The “Largest Free Concert in America,” will rock the Parkway as The Roots, Miguel and other hitmaking artists take the stage followed by an amazing fireworks display over the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Party on the Parkway Saturday, July 4, noon-7 p.m., Benjamin Franklin Parkway To get ready for the epic Fourth of July Jam, the Benjamin Franklin Parkway transforms into an all day, blocks long party for festival-goers to enjoy shopping, food, drinks, games, music and much more in the summer sun. Celebration of Freedom Ceremony Saturday, July 4, 10-11 a.m., 6th and Chestnut Street Pay tribute to our nation at the Celebration of Freedom Ceremony, which features music, inspiring remarks, and a reading of excerpts from the Declaration of Independence and more. This year’s ceremony commemorates the 50th anniversary of the first LGBTQ protest, the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and the 150th anniversary of the 13th Amendment. Wawa Welcome America is back on the scene with a full week of FREE events and festivities celebrating the Fourth of July holiday. And, as the birthplace of the nation, there’s no better place to spend your holiday than in Philly. This year’s festival will include annual favorites, including firework shows, the return of Hoagie Day, the annual Philadelphia Independence Day Parade, and more. Like every year, the festivities will close with the city’s signature Fourth of July Jam & Fireworks — curated and backed Questlove and the entire Roots crew. Recently, Quest and the city announced the first few acts for this year’s concerts. The 2015 headliners include R&B/pop superstar Miguel and Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland. More acts will be announced soon, so stay tuned for details. You can check out other festival highlights, below. Questlove on the drums, Black Thought on the mic(Photo by M. Edlow for GPTMC)
(AP) — Only one person remained missing Wednesday after searchers recovered 33 bodies from the charred underwater wreckage of a dive boat that caught fire off the Southern California coast and sank on Labor Day.Among the victims were an engineer for Apple who went on the trip with his wife and daughter to celebrate the teen’s 17th birthday, a special effects designer for Disney, a nature photographer, a nurse and a physics teacher from Northern California who was with his 26-year-old daughter.Five crew members, including the captain, managed to escape the Conception after Monday’s pre-dawn fire that engulfed the boat as the victims slept below decks near the island of Santa Cruz during a three-day scuba diving excursion. The vessel eventually sank and overturned, making the recovery of bodies challenging.The only crewmember to die was 26-year-old Allie Kurtz, who quit her corporate job at Paramount Pictures to work on dive boats and had recently been promoted to deckhand on the Conception.She was sleeping with the other divers below deck when flames moved quickly through the 75-foot (23-meter) vessel, blocking a narrow stairway and an escape hatch leading to the upper decks.DNA will be needed to identify the victims. Authorities will use the same rapid analysis tool that identified victims of the deadly wildfire that devastated the Northern California town of Paradise last year, Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown said.Apple engineer Steve Salika and his wife, Diana Adamic, went on the trip with their daughter Tia Salika to celebrate the teen’s 17th birthday, company senior vice president Deirdre O’Brien told The Mercury News newspaper. Apple colleague, Dan Garcia joined them.Tia was a student at Pacific Collegiate Charter School, a high-performing school serving grades seven to 12 in Santa Cruz. Also with her was a fellow student Berenice Felipe, according to a letter sent to the school community obtained by NBC News.O’Brien said in a statement that Salika’s “energy and enthusiasm touched so many people across our company ” during his 30-year career there, and that Garcia “was as passionate about his job at Apple as he was about his love of diving. Both leave many friends behind and will be deeply missed.”Adamic volunteered at the Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter, as did Tia and Berenice, Jen Walker, a former humane educator at the animal shelter, told the Los Angeles Times in a statement.Adamic “was an ally to all living things — orphan kittens, wild birds, youth volunteers — and a champion for the natural world around us,” Walker said.Another diver aboard was visual effects designer Charles McIlvain, who was known for his work on films such as “Spider-Man” and “Green Lantern.”His wife, Jasmine Lord, said in a family statement that he was with their close friend Marybeth Guiney, who was also the couple’s neighbor in Santa Monica.Both lived their lives to the fullest, according to the statement.“His laugh was the greatest and his smile could light up the dark,” the family said in a statement. “He embraced life with exceptional joy, openness and humor, and all who knew him felt that warmth.”McIlvain worked as a visual effects designer for Walt Disney Imagineering and a pipeline engineer and technical animation supervisor at Sony Pictures Imageworks. He also worked for Netflix.Another passenger was Lisa Fiedler, a 52-year-old hairdresser and photographer from the community of Mill Valley north of San Francisco, her mother, Nancy Fiedler, told San Francisco’s ABC affiliate, KGO television.“Everybody loved her,” her mother said.Susana Rosas of Stockton, California, posted that her three daughters — Evan, Nicole and Angela Quitasol — were with their father, Michael Quitasol, and stepmother, Fernisa Sison. Evan Quitasol was a nurse in Stockton, where her father and Sison had worked, and her sister Angela was a Stockton science middle school teacher while Nicole worked at a restaurant in Coronado, near San Diego.“Everybody’s devastated,” said Dominic Selga, Sison’s ex-husband.The fire started shortly after 3 a.m. Monday as the boat sat anchored in Platt’s Harbor off Santa Cruz Island, among the rugged, wind-swept isles that form Channel Islands National Park.Those aboard included students from Pacific Collegiate School in Santa Cruz, a public charter school for grades 7 through 12, the school said.Scott Chan, a physics teacher at American High School in Fremont, was there too with his 26-year-old daughter, said Brian Killgore, a spokesman for the Fremont Unified School District.“His students knew him to be an innovative and inspiring teacher who developed a passion for physics among his students,” the district said in a statement.Other divers who died were an Arizona couple, Patricia Beitzinger and Neal Baltz, according to ABC affiliate KNXV-TV in Phoenix. “They went to heaven doing something they loved together,” Neal’s father, John Baltz, told the television station.Baltz was an engineer for a Phoenix semiconductor company whose hobby was winemaking and he enrolled in an enology program at a community college in the Verde Valley wine region, working in vineyards and cellars, the Los Angeles Times reported.After finishing the program, he endowed a scholarship for the school.“He’s one of those people who was an absolute pleasure to know,” Michael Pierce, director of enology and viticulture at the Southwest Wine Center, told the paper. “He went through life with joy.”Baltz and his longtime girlfriend lived in the Ahwatukee Foothills in southern Phoenix. They had dived in the Caribbean and elsewhere.“He loved so many things,” Pierce said. “He loved the ocean, he loved his dogs, he loved Patricia. We are a small community. It’s a huge loss for us.”Kristy Finstad, a marine biologist and co-owner of Worldwide Diving Adventures in Santa Cruz, was leading the scuba tour and had done hundreds of dives in the Channel Islands, according to her company’s website.Coast Guard records show the boat’s owners quickly addressed all safety violations over the last five years.The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the cause of the fire. Jennifer Homendy of the National Transportation Safety Board said she met with families for two hours Wednesday.She said the probe’s findings are expected in 12 to 18 months. Four of five crew members tested negative for alcohol. The other crew member was injured and on the way to the hospital and could not be tested, Homendy said. Authorities are awaiting the results of drug tests.