jeid-19dfbc915300344bba243ce57c706318 Preferred Qualifications:Salary Grade:10Additional Information:Northeastern University is an equal opportunity employer, seekingto recruit and support a broadly diverse community of faculty andstaff. Northeastern values and celebrates diversity in all itsforms and strives to foster an inclusive culture built on respectthat affirms inter-group relations and builds cohesion.All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receiveconsideration for employment without regard to race, religion,color, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, disabilitystatus, or any other characteristic protected by applicablelaw.To learn more about Northeastern University’s commitment andsupport of diversity and inclusion, please see www.northeastern.edu/diversity. To apply, visit https://careers.pageuppeople.com/879/cw/en-us/job/503965 Postdoctoral Research AssociateAbout Northeastern:Founded in 1898, Northeastern is a global research university andthe recognized leader in experience-driven lifelong learning. Ourworld-renowned experiential approach empowers our students,faculty, alumni, and partners to create impact far beyond theconfines of discipline, degree, and campus.Our locations—in Boston; Charlotte, North Carolina; London;Portland, Maine; San Francisco; Seattle; Silicon Valley; Toronto;Vancouver; and the Massachusetts communities of Burlington andNahant—are nodes in our growing global university system. Throughthis network, we expand opportunities for flexible,student-centered learning and collaborative, solutions-focusedresearch.Northeastern’s comprehensive array of undergraduate and graduateprograms— in a variety of on-campus and online formats—lead todegrees through the doctorate in nine colleges and schools. Amongthese, we offer more than 195 multi-discipline majors and degreesdesigned to prepare students for purposeful lives andcareers.About the Opportunity:Responsibilities:Professor Lee Makowski, Chair of the Department of Bioengineeringis seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associate to perform basic orapplied research of a limited scope, primarily using existingtheories and methods. This position will assist the supervisor inthe interpretation and publication of results and grants. Maintainsthe laboratory and may exercise functional supervision oversupporting research staff. Primary responsibility is ensuring thatthe research is complete.Qualifications:Must have a Ph.D. or equivalent; be able to undertake substantiallyfull-time research or scholarship; work under the supervision of asenior scholar. Successful candidate will participate in samplepreparation, data collection, analysis and interpretation, toprovide a seamless linkage between the neuropathology andbiophysics that represent our student of proliferation of proteinaggregates in Alzheimer’s disease. Candidate will possess a strongbackground in biophysical characterizations and deep interest inneuropathology and neurodegenerative diseases will be sought tofill this position.
A Financial Aid Supervisor plans, schedules and supervises thespecialized clerical and technical work of a college’s FinancialAid Office, which includes the areas of student financial needsassessment, determination of student financial aid eligibility,review of financial aid applications, and awarding of financialaid, as well as maintenance of related records and files. Athorough knowledge of financial aid program policies, goals, andprocedures is continuously applied in performing the duties of theclass.Education & Experience:1. An associate degree from a recognized college or university,preferably with course work in accounting, business administration,economics, finance, or a relatedfield ANDthree years of full-time, paidexperience in a college or university financial aid office, twoyears of which must have included determining financial aideligibility or packaging financial aid awards. One year of therequired experience must have been in a supervisory capacity. Asuccessfully completed college-level course in supervision ormanagement may substitute for the required one year in asupervisory capacity. OR2. A bachelor’s degree from a recognizedcollege or university, preferably with a major in accounting,business administration, economics, finance, public administration,or a related field ANDtwo years of full time,paid experience in a college or university financial aid office,which must have included determining financial aid eligibility orpackaging financial aid awards. One year of the required experiencemust have been in a supervisory capacity. A successfully completedcollege-level course in supervision or management may substitutefor the required one year in a supervisory capacity.Special: A valid Class “C” Californiadriver’s license. Travel to locations throughout the District isrequired.Some positions in this class may be required to obtain a licenseas a Notary in the State of California after appointment. Suchlicense must be obtained within six months of notification of thisrequirement.A vacancy currently exists at Los Angeles Southwest College,1600 W Imperial Highway, Los Angeles 90047. The hiring listestablished by this examination will also be used to fill futurevacancies within LACCD as they occur during the life of thelist.Application Filing Deadline: 4/30/21, 4PM
2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Sean McDonald Sean McDonald is the President of Your Full Potential, LLC and the Founder of ABSURD! Leadership. He is a highly regarded speaker at national and international conferences for the credit … Web: www.YFPTips.com Details There is a lot of information on how to be more productive not only at the workplace but also in one’s personal affairs.Lately, I’ve been doing a lot of reading and research on this very topic. One book that I highly recommend is “Folding Time” by my good friend and internationally renowned productivity expert, Neen James.One of the most common mistakes that organizations make is misidentifying priorities. Doing so kills productivity. What do I mean? There are many examples. Let’s examine a couple that are prevalent:Our employees need to be more engaged. For full disclosure, I am not a big fan of the term “engagement.” I think that’s it’s overused to the point of it being sociologically cliché. When I talk to clients, I encourage them to create loyal employees. To do so, the organization must have a solid and effective value proposition. Get the employees “on board” with that, give them the resources they need to succeed, provide growth opportunities, and watch how quickly loyalty is created.We need training on _______. Organizations decide that their employees are lacking in a certain area. It might be a specific skill set (sales skills, service, building relationships, etc.) Executives realize that if their employees get better at those things, they will be more productive. They will work smarter….not harder. They will reach and exceed the goals that have been set. They will be happier and the company will benefit.We need to perform an analysis of the competitive forces that exist in our market. A thorough understanding of any organization’s marketplace is crucial to its success. Enough said.So, now you’ve identified some priorities. Now just GO and TAKE ACTION on them! Simple enough, right?Not so fast. Unfortunately, something else happens in entirely too many cases. Namely, the organizations collect information, perform due diligence, obtain proposals, and then…..“Maybe we can fit it in for next year…..”“We’re too busy for this right now….”“We’re still thinking about it. Yes, we know. It’s been 6 months….”“Our meetings get in the way…..”“So and so didn’t do their part….”Do any of these excuses sound familiar? Here’s how the best organizations deal with what they’ve identified as priorities:They don’t let other things get in the way of completing the tasks associated with going into action. If something is truly a priority, they are ready to act immediately when they are presented with a plan that can help get the job done. They don’t get “buyer’s remorse” before they even buy.Everything that is not on that “priority” list will have to wait. Period.So when you’re identifying priorities in your organization, make sure that they are really and truly the most important things that you should be working on right now.If you’re not prepared to ACT, it’s not a priority. It may be on your organization’s Wish List. That’s fine. But be honest with yourself and others that might be counting on you to “flip the switch” that puts a plan in motion. If you don’t, you’re just wasting valuable time.Look for my new book in late-summer or early-fall 2014!!The first book, Stop Complaining! Start Growing! Is available through Amazon here.Who’s facilitating your Strategic Planning Session this year?
With a nation on edge after three mass shootings in the space of one week, a backfiring motorcycle causes mass panic in New York City, United States of America.The panic also interrupted and ended the Broadway play “To Kill a Mockingbird” in the Schubert Theatre. The crowd had attempted to flee the play, resulting in a stampede which injured 22 people. New York Police Department said a group of motorcycles were passing by when one of them backfired. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio also issued a statement via his Twitter account that, “Times Square is safe and secure. The noises heard earlier were motorcycles backfiring, not gunshots.”One person said, “We just hear ‘pop’, ‘pop’, ‘pop’, and thought that somebody just came in and started shooting people.”Another said, “It’s a shame the climate of America is like this.”The mass shootings have occurred at public events. The last three shootings at the Gilroy Garlic Festival, Arianna Grande’s Manchester concert and Route 91 Harvest Festival left 58 dead and another 489 wounded. Punk band Blink-182 was forced to cancel their concert in El Paso after a gunman opened fire in a Walmart Supercentre, killing 20 over the weekend.–Ads– The popping sounds were mistaken for gunshots. Photo for illustrative purpose only The crowd stampeded, causing 22 injuries. A backfiring motorcycle caused mass panic in New York City.