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Cooperative Personnel Services of
Californa - Human Resources Department
Has been contracted to facilatate the
administration of the Chicago Police Department's Officer Exam
20,000 Candidates are to be tested at
Duties include: >Test Monitoring; >Distributing
and Collecting Exam Materials; >Enforcing Test Rules;
>High Attention to Detail; >Able to Stand for Long Periods.
4 hrs training - December 13, 2013
Assistant Proctoring - December 14,
2013 from 5:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. (17 1/2 hours)
Compensation $11 per hour for Proctor
is hiring a Principal for a small school serving secondary education
(75)- required, Type (9) or Type (10)- preferred, Experience with
students with mental illness preferred.
JOB OPPORTUNITIES AT
The Part-Time Clinician in the Center for Students
with Disabilities (CSD) will work as a learning specialist with a
minimum of 14 to 20 hours per week. This position will work
one-to-one with DePaul students who have disabilities. CSD
Clinicians will work with undergraduate and graduate students in all
the Schools/Colleges throughout the University. CSD is one unified
department with offices located on the Lincoln Park and downtown Loop
campuses. This position will be in the Loop campus office
Monday through Friday with possible evening hours depending on student
schedules. This position may relocate to the Lincoln Park office based
on student and department needs in the possible future. This is a
part-time, 10-month position. Clinicians work during academic
terms only, Autumn, Winter and Spring quarters. Clinicians will
have winter and spring breaks on the same schedule as the
students. (Refer to job
To apply and view the full job
description please go to: https://hr.depaul.edu/careers/Jobs/index.html
and select "Employment" at the top of the page to submit your cover
letter and résumé online for this and other jobs.
Please reference job the number given above. DePaul University is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Human Resources Department
14 E. Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60604
J. STERLING MORTON H.S.
Sterling Morton High School District 201 has the following PAID
opportunity available. We are interested in attracting applicants
with previous teaching experience. In the past, we have noticed
that retired teachers have been the most successful in this
position. Below you will find a job description and application
instructions. Please post this job in the Help Wanted section of
Academic Instructor - English/Reading/Math
teacher preferred with Illinois type 09 teaching certificate endorsed
in English/reading or mathematics
REPORTS TO: Assistant
Principal of Instruction
JOB GOAL: To provide
students with the additional support they need to be successful in the
areas of reading and mathematics.
RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. During the students' half-hour
supervisory (opposite their lunch), instruct students on their area(s)
of need in English/reading and mathematics based on assessment data.
2. Maintain daily, weekly, and
quarterly time and effort logs to show student needs, progress, and
recommendations for improvement.
3. Coordinate student assistance and
collaborate with classroom teachers, counselors, and administrators.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Work Monday through Friday on full and
late-start days (not half- or full-day institutes, final exams, or
state testing days) for 3.5 hours per day, not to exceed 500 hours for
the school year. On regular days, time is 10:10 am to 1:35 pm,
and on late start days, time is 10:30 am to 1:55 pm.
RATE OF PAY:
J S Morton High School District 201
5041 W 31st Street
Cicero, IL 60804
JOB OPPORTUNITY FOR A
or Current Rehab Teacher or vision teacher needed for 6 week summer
program (Pathways) for blind and visually impaired youth ages 10
through 18. Must have experience teaching daily living skills and
awareness of dealing with mobility. Program begins June 24th and ends
August 2nd. Hours are 9:00 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. Monday through
send cover letter and resume to:
Blind Service Association
17 N. State Street, Suite 1050
Chicago, Illinois 60602-3510
Office - 312-236-0808 Fax -
SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR THE
GIFTED INSTRUCTOR OPENINGS
Institute for the Gifted (SIG), located
on the University of Chicago campus, is looking for instructors for
SIG is looking for
qualified teachers to teach at our residential summer program and
college prep program, both located on the UChicago campus. The two
programs run from July 28th-August 17th. Subject areas include Science,
Math, Technology, Humanities, V/P Arts, Recreation, College Prep, and
Multidisciplinary. Pre and Post work are required, in addition to Staff
Orientation. Students will be ages 9 -18 and must qualify for our
Instructors are compensated
per courses taught and completed level of education. The instructor
position is a non residential position, so we are looking for local
candidates who can commute to the program daily.
The mission of SIG is to
provide the highest quality educational and social opportunities for
academically gifted and talented students through programs designed to
meet their abilities and needs. The pre and post camp responsibilities
are related to course planning and student evaluations.
To be considered for an
Instructor position, qualifications must include: * A minimum of a Bachelor's degree
(Master's degree or equivalent preferred); * Teaching experience (with gifted students
Specialized area of knowledge or study in line with the course; * Leadership or supervisory experience
within an educational institution; * Demonstrates experience with and
knowledge of the academic, social, and emotional needs of gifted
For more information on
Summer Institute for the Gifted and to apply to the Instructor
positions, please visit http://www.giftedstudy.org/employment/ or
About the Summer Institute for the
Gifted:SIG began in 1984
and has expanded over the past 28 summers to include 14 residential
sessions in 9 states and over 15 day, after school, online, and
Saturday programs. In 2012, they served close to 2,500 academically
gifted students in Kindergarten through 11th grade.
SIG is a program of the National
Society for the Gifted and Talented, a 501(c)(3) organization.
Kennedy, Staffing Supervisor
Summer Institute for the Gifted (SIG),
National Society for the Gifted
and Talented (NSGT)
River Plaza, 9 West Broad Street
Stamford, CT 06902
Toll Free: (866) 303-4744 ext.
5032 Fax: (203) 399-5263
Web: www.giftedstudy.org or www.nsgt.org
ENGLISH TEACHING JOBS IN
School Foundation (VSF) is looking for qualified (TESOL or
equivalent + degree) native English teachers. This is a great
opportunity to teach and develop your career in a fascinating and
vibrant coastal town of Phan Thiet, Vietnam. The Village School
Foundation is a non-profit organization that build schools and give out
scholarships to impoverished students in Vietnam.
Remuneration: • Salary of $1,000 per month.
(Enough for you to live comfortably); • Upon completion of a one-year contract,
teachers will receive a Completion Bonus of $1,000 and will be eligible
for a Performance Bonus. Additional bonus includes paid leave and fare
to travel to neighboring countries every three months; • Housing: shared accommodations provided
at school with a private room and bath. Kitchen with basic
cooking facilities, laundry machine, and utilities are also
provided; • 12 all
expenses paid vacation days (scheduled by the school) and up to10 days
of public holidays; •
Free wireless Internet; •
Competitive raises and potential for promotions after first year.
NOTE: VSF does not provide
airfare for teachers. The bonus system is set up to assist with travel
arrangements at the end of the contract.
Responsibilities: • Teaching across a range of levels, ages,
and courses; • Average
teaching hours: normally scheduled at 36 hours per week, Monday through Saturday; • Plan daily lessons while following a
designated syllabus; •
Conduct placement testing; •
Teach off-site classes, as required
A Bachelor Degree. TESOL/TOEFL/IELTS certification is a plus; • Applicant must be a native speaker
of English; •
Applicant must be enthusiastic about children and have experience
working with them; •
Adaptability, flexibility, and cultural sensitivity
Your application should include a resume and copies of your
Please see the 'ABOUT FOREIGN EMPLOYMENT'
section at the bottom of this page.
LAVENDER HOME CARE
SERVICES, INC. IS SEEKING CAREGIVERS
Chicago and Surrounding Suburbs
You can make a difference in the lives
of others… Are you a
compassionate caregiver interested in assisting people who need an
extra helping hand in order to maintain their independence? Our energetic, growing company is committed
to diversity and looking for seasoned caregiver professionals to join
our team. If you are committed to providing expert care and are
interested in revitalizing your skills with top-notch training, then we
are looking for you!
We are currently recruiting Hourly and
Live-in Caregivers in Chicago & surrounding suburbs.
We ask that you have at least one year
prior experience as a caregiver -- or equivalent life experience, and
have a verifiable work history and excellent references.
Qualifications of a
successful candidate include: >Excellent oral/written communication
skills, as well as interpersonal skills; >Good attitude, high energy, great team
assisting people living with dementia and Alzheimer’s a
ability to work shorter shifts, weekends and live-in a
plus; >Able to
adhere to dress code and grooming code; >The ability and desire to provide high
quality care to every client; >Desire to work with diverse communities is
Minimum Employment Requirements:
>Must be at least 18 years
of age; >Must
have appropriate documentation to work in the US; >Must pass Home Care Aide exam with an 80%
or greater score (if CNA licensed); >Must pass personality screening
test; >Must pass
criminal and driving background checks; >Minimum 1 year professional caregiver
experience required, an exception may be made for homemakers with
practical, life experience.
Benefits: >Industry leading pay rates; >Flexible scheduling; >Compliance reward system; >Exceptional and industry-leading, paid
training classes; >All shifts available; >Drug-free workplace.
Please state on your resume if you
have a second language proficiency and/or experience with adults, the
elderly and people with disabilities. Also if you prepare meals as a
caregiver, please indicate which type of foods you prepare on your
resume so we can closely match your preferences with a patient who
prefers the same.
We want to hear from you: apply on
line at www.LavenderHCS.com/careers
of Greater Boston is looking for enthusiastic people for our
hands-on, interactive and FUN science programs for kids throughout the
Greater Boston area. It's a mixture of teaching and performing! We
offer a variety of curriculum enrichment programs for elementary school
age children including after school programs, workshops, birthday
parties, and large science shows. All of our programs are taught at the
kids' locations and last approximately one hour. We look for educators,
performers, and anyone who loves working with children.
The Mad Science Instructor position is
part time. Your total number of programs per week is based upon your
individual availability and location. Most instructors can expect
between 3 and 6 programs per week during the school year. Our programs
run during the week and on weekends. There is a weekly instructor
meeting held at our office in Waltham. Training, class plans and
materials are all provided! All you have to provide is your experience,
your professionalism, and your enthusiasm for working with children!
- Our instructors travel to their
programs, so you must own a car or have 100% reliable access to
one; - You should have
experience with groups of children such as experience as a camp
counselor, coach, after school program instructor, educator, etc. (Only
babysitting is not enough, sorry); - Outgoing and FUN personality (don't be
afraid to be a little MAD)! We are not "teachers", we are Mad
Scientists!; - Lots of energy!
Compensation for new instructors
begins at $25 per hour long program, and increases due to additional
compensation for distant classes as well as by "step increases" over
time for continuing Mad Science instructors .
Fill out our online application
through our website at www.madscience.org/greaterboston
and click the Now Hiring tab
on the top of the page. Or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Staffing and Equipment Manager
Mad Science of Greater Boston
Sparking Imaginative Learning
37 Whitcomb St
Waltham, MA 02453
contemplating overseas employment, take the time to research the offer
carefully. Make certain of the financial
condition of your prospective employer.
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living are also frequently low. (For
example, we are told that recently a Rangoon, Myanmar [Burma] pedicab
driver who received a $100 tip bought a home with the money.) On the Web, you can get an exchange rate quote
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