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Title: HS Spanish Teacher
Body: Camdenton High School in Camdenton, Missouri is accepting applications for a Spanish teacher. For more information please contact me at chs@lakeozark.net or visit the Camdenton R-III district web site to apply online at camdenton.k12.mo.us Wendy Brownell, Spanish Teacher Camdenton High School, Missouri chs@lakeozark.net www.chs.advertisnet.com
Source: Camdenton High School, Camdenton, Missouri
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Title: Extended deadline for applications for Language Training Supervisor
Body: Colleagues, We have extended the deadline for applications for a new Language Training Supervisor position here at the Foreign Service Institute. We are looking for an individual to work as part of our supervisory team for Arabic and as the supervisor for Persian. The job vacancy is open to all U.S. citizens. The closing date for this position has been extended. If interested, you can access a full copy of the vacancy announcement on the Internet at www.usajobs.opm.gov I can also supply a copy of the announcements via email as a pdf. file. Series/Grade: GG-1750-12/13 Title: Supervisory Instructional Systems Specialist (Arabic and Persian) Announcement: FSI-03-008 Opening: 4-16-03 Closing: 5-22-03
Source: Foreign Service Institute
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Title: Intergovernmental Personnel Opportunity Program
Body: Announcement Number: IPA-03-001 Position Title: Intergovernmental Personnel Opportunity Program Location: Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC Job Location: Wash. DC Metro Area Number of Vacancies: 1 Who May Apply: All Qualified Individuals Notes: Vacancy Open Until Filled The White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Intergovernmental Personnel Opportunity Position: Federal Liaison On June 6, 2001, President George W. Bush signed Executive Order 13216, re-authorizing the President's Advisory Commission (Commission) and the federal Interagency Working Group (IWG) on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs). The Office of the White House Initiative on AAPIs was also established to coordinate the activities of the Commission and the IWG. The federal Interagency Working Group (IWG) is composed of Deputy Secretaries and their equivalents from all fourteen executive departments and from nineteen independent agencies, selected for their relevant impact on the AAPI communities. This body, along with the Commission, advises the President through the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services on Initiative activities. The work of the IWG is supported by a Coordinating Committee (CC), composed of senior-level designees from all thirty-three departments and agencies that participate in this Initiative. The CC serves as the implementation arm of the IWG. Under the Intergovernmental Personnel Act (IPA), Federal agencies are able to make temporary assignments to or from States, local governments, institutions of higher education, Indian tribal governments, and other eligible organizations (including organizations representing State or local governments, associations of public officials, and non-profit policy organizations). These assignments enable employees to serve with Federal agencies for periods of up to two years without loss of employee rights or benefits. In most instances, the individual's salary and benefits at the home university or organization will remain in place. The White House Initiative on AAPIs has an opportunity for a policy analyst(s) to act as a Federal Liaison to spend a period ranging from one to two years with a specific focus on meeting the health, education, welfare, economic and community development needs and the overall well-being of the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) populations as mandated by the President's executive order. Incumbent's general duties and responsibilities include: · Serves as the federal liaison between the Office of the White House Initiative on AAPIs and the thirty-three Federal agencies enlisted to work on the White House Initiative on AAPIs. Coordinates meetings, develops agenda, and facilitates the activities of the federal Interagency Working Group (IWG) and Coordinating Committee (CC). · Performs analytical work that contributes to increasing opportunities and improving access to Federal programs and services for the nation's AAPI populations. Plans, develops, monitors, implements, and evaluates current or projected programs or projects to assess their success in achieving objectives of the White House Initiative on AAPIs. · Conducts studies and performs other analytical work related to the planning, development, organization, administration, evaluation, and delivery of a broad range of public policy programs related to AAPIs. · Provides technical assistance, consultation, and guidance to national, state, and/or local agencies, community-based organizations, or research entities regarding the development, extension, and improvement of studies, programs, systems, strategies, and services that span issues of health, economic and community development, education, immigration, and more specific to the AAPI populations. This involves contacts on such program matters as providing guidance and motivation, technical advice and leadership, and information and assistance on fi
Source: Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC
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Title: Superintendents of Schools Location: Helena, MT
Body: Superintendents of Schools Location: Helena, MT Date Posted: 4-9-2003 Two Montana Native American districts seek a new Superintendent of Schools Browning School District Browning, Montana Salary Range: $70,000 - $80,000 Closing Date: May 8, 2003 Hays-Lodge Pole School District Hays, Montana Salary: Minimum $60,000 Closing Date: May 6, 2003 The starting date for both positions is July 1, 2003. A complete application must include: a letter of interest, the application form, resume, copy of administrative certification, and EITHER five letters of recommendation OR a university placement file OR a portfolio. For more information or to receive an application form, please contact Lisa Gowen or Karla Smerker, Montana School Boards Association, (406) 442-2180, lgowen@mtsba.org or www.mtsba.org
Source: Helena, MT
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Title: Adjunct Instructor position in Japanese
Body: Union College The Department of Modern Languages and Literature at Union College invites applications for an Adjunct Instructor position in Japanese language. Responsibilities include Japanese language instruction at 1st and 2nd year levels, 1-2 courses in the Fall term of 2003 (September to November) and Spring term of 2004 (March to June), contingent upon enrollment. Applicants should have the following background: native or near-native fluency in Japanese, a good command of English, a degree in Japanese pedagogy or a related field, and teaching experience, preferably at the college level in the U.S. Reviews of candidates begin on May 15, 2003 and will continue until the position is filled. Send applications, including cover letter, C.V., and two letters of recommendation to Japanese Search Committee 213A Humanities Union College Schenectady, NY 12308
Source: Union College, NY
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Title: High School Principal
Body: Santa Barbara, California http://www.sbceo.org/~sbsdweb/jobop.html High School Principal Deadline: Friday May 30, 2003 Qualifications: Successful candidates will have a valid California credential authorizing service as a Secondary School Administrator, a strong background of successful teaching experience, a broad background in secondary curriculum, and the personal qualities required for leadership, teamwork, and the development of good staff morale. Preference will be given to applicants fluent in Spanish. Major Duties: Under the supervision of the Superintendent, the Principal will be responsible for administering the educational program of the school under the California Education Code, the Administrative Code of California and the policies and regulations of the Santa Barbara Elementary School District. The Principal is directly responsible to the Superintendent, and is directly responsible for the certificated and classified personnel assigned to the school. The Principal is to be a strong instructional leader, committed to the District's Mission. He or she is expected to make recommendations to improve the educational program and the support functions of the district; to keep abreast of current education theory and practice; to maintain active contact with local, state, and national professional organizations. The Principal also performs other duties as assigned by the Superintendent. Salary: The salary is an eight-step range, currently $94,852-$105,566 on the Management Schedule for a 222-day contract, paid over 12 months. Maximum placement is at the fourth step, with at least three years management experience. The Districts have a generous benefits package, which includes family health and vision insurance, employee dental coverage and term life insurance.
Source: Santa Barbara, California
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Title: Elementary Principal
Body: Elementary Principal Deadline: Friday May 23, 2003 Qualifications: Successful candidates will have a valid California credential authorizing service as an Elementary School Administrator, a strong background of successful teaching experience, a broad background in elementary curriculum, and the personal qualities required for leadership, teamwork, and the development of good staff morale. Preference will be given to applicants fluent in Spanish. Major Duties: Under the supervision of the Superintendent, the Principal will be responsible for administering the educational program of the school under the California Education Code, the Administrative Code of California and the policies and regulations of the Santa Barbara Elementary School District. The Principal is directly responsible to the Superintendent, and is directly responsible for the certificated and classified personnel assigned to the school. Salary: The salary is an eight-step range, currently $82,513-$92,747 on the Management Schedule for a 212-day contract, paid over 12 months. Maximum placement is at the fourth step, with at least three years management experience. The Districts have a generous benefits package, which includes family health and vision insurance, employee dental coverage and term life insurance.
Source: Santa Barbara, CA
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Title: High School Assistant Principal
Body: High School Assistant Principal Deadline: Friday May 30, 2003 Qualifications: Successful candidates will have a valid California credential authorizing service as a Secondary School Administrator, a strong background of successful teaching experience, a broad background in secondary curriculum, and the personal qualities required for leadership, teamwork, and the development of good staff morale. Preference will be given to applicants fluent in Spanish. Major Duties: Under the supervision of the Principal, the Assistant Principal will be responsible for supervision of students, supervision of certificated and classified employees, campus activities, and extracurricular events. Specific responsibilities will be established by the Principal. The Assistant Principal is directly responsible to the site Principal. Salary: The salary is an eight-step range, currently $81,735-$89,076 on the Management Schedule for a 210-day contract, paid over 12 months. Maximum placement is at the fourth step, with at least three years management experience. The Districts have a generous benefits package, which includes family health and vision insurance, employee dental coverage, and term life insurance.
Source: Santa Barbara, CA
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Title: Latin and Spanish Teachers
Body: Spanish and Latin Positions Southwest Local Schools is accepting applications for positions in Latin and Spanish. This is at Harrison High School, located in the suburbs of Cincinnati, Ohio. Interested candidates should inquire and apply to Mrs. Susan Thomas, Principal Harrison High School 9860 West Road Harrison, Ohio 45030 513-367-4169 or apply online through the district website at http://www.southwestschools.org/doindex.html
Source: Harrison High School, Cincinnati, OH
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Title: Japanese Teacher-Summer Positions still open!!!
Body: Summer Positions still open!!! Mori no Ike is the Japanese program of Concordia Language Villages, a summer language and culture immersion program for young people ages 7-18. Young people come to Mori no Ike from all over the United States to learn about Japan in a summer camp environment. Our staff are hired as both teachers and counselors to teach language and culture. We are still hiring staff for the positions of credit teacher and male counseling staff. If you are interested, please contact one of the deans: Hanna Brandt at hbrandt@cord.edu or Kerstin Beyer at beyer@cord.edu. You can also visit our website and apply online at www.concordialanguagevillages.org
Source: Concordia Language Villages
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