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  • Chair of Radiology

    Chairperson of the Department of Radiology Physician Affiliate Group of New York is one of the largest multi-disciplinary groups in the country whose main purpose is to nurture and embolden the healthcare providers who take care of the most fragile and vulnerable patients in New York City. NYC Health + Hospitals, PAGNY (Physician Affiliate Group of New York)
    $85k-216k yearly est.1d ago
  • Chair of Surgery

    Beautiful Annapolis is Maryland's state capital, home to the US Naval Academy, World War II Memorial, and is recognized as the Sailing Capital of the US. Featuring a quaint, historic downtown with cobblestone streets, Annapolis is famous for all things boating and seafood, including Maryland blue crabs. Only a 30-minute drive from Baltimore, 45 minutes from Washington, DC, and 2 hours from Ocean City, Maryland, Annapolis offers some of the state's finest schools, housing, and an exceptional quality of living. Luminis Health is a 3-hospital system representing the Luminis Health Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis (AAMC), the Luminis Health McNew Family Medical Center in Annapolis, and the Luminis Health Doctors Community Hospital in Lanham (DCMC), serving a patient population of 1.7 million people across 8 counties. Focused Search for a Visionary Chair of Surgery with Luminis Health Luminis Health, headquartered in beautiful Annapolis, MD, seeks an exceptional leader who will ensure the continued growth of Surgical Services throughout their integrated, multi-hospital system.
    $60k-180k yearly est.7d ago
  • Chair - Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Practice Group

    Columbia, South Carolina 29211 Collins & Lacy, PC, a well-established and respected law firm in Columbia, SC, is seeking an experienced and highly motivated attorney to lead our Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Practice Group.
    $38k-134k yearly est.3d ago
  • Radiology Chair Person Opportunity - Ashtabula, OH (Northeastern Ohio, State-of-The-Art Healthcare

    ACMC is the only full service hospital in Ashtabula County, serving a population of approximately 98,000. Radiology Chair Person Opportunity - Ashtabula, OH (Northeastern Ohio, State-of-The-Art Healthcare) Supports H1 Visa Candidates Ashtabula County Medical Center (ACMC) an affiliate of the Cleveland Clinic , is a 243 licensed bed not for profit community hospital, fully accredited by the Joint Commission.
    $50k-153k yearly est.4d ago
  • Chair of Production Design

    The chair of production design oversees and guides the work of multiple department faculty and staff, supports and mentors students, and collaborates with academic leaders. SCAD seeks a dynamic chair of production design to play a pivotal role within the university - providing a positive vision, modeling academic professional leadership, and fostering a natural sense of collegiality within the department.
    $65k-96k yearly est.6d ago
  • Area Studies Regional Chair (Global Studies

    Job DescriptionDescription: Introduction The candidate will be located in Center for the Study of the Conduct of Diplomacy-CSCD at the Foreign Service Institute. As the primary training provider for the Department of State and the USG foreign affairs community, FSI prepares USG foreign affairs professionals to conduct U.S. diplomacy. The Area Studies Division provides unbiased cultural and historical context to understand the people, society, and contemporary issues within a given region or country. The Area Studies Regional Chair position is interdisciplinary and requires the application of expert-level professional knowledge in one or more fields in the social sciences with special expertise relating to a specific region or area of the world. Under the guidance of Area Studies leadership, the incumbent serves as the coordinator and trainer of a regional area studies program with responsibility for all specified regional country-specific, and thematic training and guidance for the Department of State. As a professional academic or an expert foreign affairs practitioner, the incumbent ensures that all area studies training and guidance meet the needs of Department of State personnel and the larger foreign affairs community. Primary responsibilities in these programs include teaching several major courses primarily at the graduate level; curriculum and course design; counseling students at FSI and officials in the Department; advising other staff at FSI; and evaluation of training results. The incumbent not only carries a heavy teaching, counseling, and administrative load, but must also keep constantly informed of developments in the relevant fields so that the latest academic knowledge, policy positions, and relevant analyses are made available to students and to officials in the Department of State on a consultative basis. Requirements Duties and Requirements: • Plan long and short range curriculum for a regional program. • Respond to requests for unscheduled or customized courses. • Identify speakers and pedagogical materials and resources for the program. • Maintain regional expertise and visibility necessary to lead the regional program and serve as FSI's regional expert. • Teach courses within areas of expertise. • Develop curriculum for all courses within the program. • Continuously research to keep materials and course content updated and cutting edge. • Continuously develop and maintain professional contacts who will be resources for the courses. • Serve as FSI's expert on the region. • As the regional expert, produce Ambassadorial Briefing Books as required. • Maintain and develop professional contacts with other government agencies and provide training and consultation to those agencies in accordance with FSI policies. • Develop and maintain course evaluation instruments according to FSI policy. • Analyze evaluation data. • Conduct needs assessments and utilize evaluation data to design offerings in the regional program. Requirements: Knowledge and Expertise Required of the Candidate • This position requires professional and expert-level knowledge which is pertinent to a number of disciplines in various fields of the social sciences and applied to at least one particular region of the world. Professional education and experience in any or a combination of the following disciplines can provide the base knowledge required to perform the work: Foreign Affairs; International Relations; History; Anthropology; Sociology; and related social science disciplines. A completed PhD is preferred but advanced graduate course work is also acceptable. • Knowledge and skills in the development of curricula and courses. • Advanced skills in adult education, ideally involving the subject matter for which the position is responsible. • Knowledge and skills in training evaluation sufficient to be able to evaluate the results of the courses for which the position is responsible. • Advanced knowledge of the mission and functions of the Department of State, and particularly the relevant regional bureau, as well as other foreign affairs agencies in order to provide courses in the context of work situations of the students for whom the courses are intended. • Knowledge of and the ability to carry out management and administrative functions as required in connection with the courses for which the position is responsible. • Familiarity with and the ability to use computer and related technologies and excellent communication skills, both oral and written, in order to carry out and/or facilitate the accomplishment of numerous functional responsibilities of the position. • Ability to teach and guide students outside of disciplinary specialization. • Commitment to collective and collaborative work environment. • Program management experience. A SECRET CLEARANCE IS PREFERRED, BUT NOT REQUIRED TO START; CANDIDATE MUST BE ABLE TO ACQUIRE CLEARANCE To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfa
    $71k-204k yearly est.2d ago
  • Area Studies Regional Chair- Global Issues Deputy Chair

    Under the guidance of the Global Issues Chair and Area Studies leadership, the incumbent serves as the coordinator and trainer of a holistic area studies program with responsibility for high-priority, thematic training and guidance for the Department of State. Position Objective: The candidate will be located in the Area Studies Division at the Foreign Service Institute. + In coordination with program Chair and Area Studies leadership, support and conduct needs assessments and utilize evaluation data to design new course offerings. The Area Studies Global Issues Deputy Chair position is interdisciplinary and requires the application of expert-level professional knowledge in one or more fields in the social sciences with special expertise relating to issues and topics impacting multiple regions throughout the world, such as climate change, propaganda and disinformation, democratic resilience, and more. The Area Studies Division provides unbiased cultural and historical context to understand the people, society, and contemporary issues within a given region or country. As a professional academic or expert foreign affairs practitioner, the incumbent ensures that all area studies training and guidance meet the needs of Department of State personnel and the larger foreign affairs community.
    $52k-118k yearly est.33d ago
  • Chair of Fashion

    SCAD Savannah is woven throughout one of the best small cities in the U.S., as named by Cond Nast Traveler. SCAD seeks a highly motivated chair of fashion to provide vision and leadership for the department, build its reputation, create a strong sense of collegiality, and inspire a shared responsibility for goals. The city of Savannah's inviting climate and a culturally rich downtown provide a living laboratory for the study of art and design and a dynamically layered learning environment in which students, faculty, and staff flourish.
    $65k-96k yearly est.6d ago
  • Wise endowed Chair

    Natchitoches is in central Louisiana, approximately 60 miles south of Shreveport and 50 miles north of Alexandria, and convenient to major cities such as Dallas, Baton Rouge, Houston, and New Orleans. Natchitoches offers a mild climate and a low cost of living, as well as an historic downtown shopping area, local festivals, and an abundance of area lakes for recreational opportunities. Northwestern is located in the historic town of Natchitoches, the oldest permanent European settlement in the Louisiana Purchase. Northwesten State University's Department of New Media, Journalism, and Communication Arts seeks candidates for the Erbon and Marie Wise Endowed Chair.
    $67k-169k yearly est.Easy Apply5d ago

    Levy is a member of Compass Group USA
    $19 hourly7d ago
  • Chair Builder

    We are looking for driven individuals to join our Chair Builder team in our store! Job DescriptionSalary: Chair Builder If you have a zeal for life, a passion for professional success, and thrive in an environment that rewards performance, Furniture Row could be the job you are looking for that becomes a career!
    $56k-124k yearly est.9d ago

    Job DescriptionWelcoming Professional Hairstylists to the new Hair n Tan Salon in the Historic Medway Village District Keep more of the revenue you generate.
    $200-220 weekly10d ago
  • ASN Chair

    * Employee Discount at CoxHealth Fitness Centers The Chair's role includes, but is not limited to, various administrative decisions in consultation with the Chief Nurse Administrator, corresponding processes, and accreditation tasks as appropriate and/or assigned; such are to be performed and focused on alignment with the College's Core Values * The Chair for the ASN Program reports to the Chief Nurse Administrator. The Chair leads faculty in the daily functions of the ASN program and displays excellence in teaching, scholarship, recruiting/mentoring of faculty, front-line management, and service to students, the College, and the community.
    $32k-64k yearly est.Easy Apply23d ago
  • Community Support Services

    Each of our jobs will work within a State Community Service Board facility Community Support Services (CSS) are medium-intensity community-based services that promote mental health recovery for people with persistent mental health issues.
    $54k-115k yearly est.16d ago
  • Chair and Professor (Tenured/Tenure Track) - Multiplatform Production

    The Department of Multiplatform Production (MPPD) in the School of Global Journalism & Communication (SGJC) at Morgan State University invites applications for a tenured or tenure track position at the rank of Associate or Full Professor and Chair.
    $50k-103k yearly est.16d ago
  • Chair - Strategy Intelligence, Value and Performance

    Today, our employees are located at our three major campuses in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona, Jacksonville, Florida, Rochester, Minnesota, and at Mayo Clinic Health System campuses throughout Midwestern communities, and at our international locations. Mayo Clinic has been ranked the #1 hospital in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, as well as #1 in more specialties than any other care provider. Learn more about what each unique Mayo Clinic campus has to offer, and where your best fit is. And with continuing education and advancement opportunities at every turn, you can build a long, successful career with Mayo Clinic. Each Mayo Clinic location is a special place where our employees thrive in both their work and personal lives.
    $72k-143k yearly est.7d ago
  • Administrative Chair - Allied Health

    The Administrative Chair for Allied Health is responsible for administration of the Allied Health Department programs, and the supervision of faculty and staff in radiography, diagnostic medical sonography, medical assistant, surgical technology, health information technology, and the 501 health science courses. The Chair provides instructional leadership and fosters a commitment to inclusive excellence among faculty, staff, and students in the delivery of all Allied Health Department academic programs. The Chair is responsible for management of department enrollments, budgets, facilities, equipment, and business processes. The Chair collaborates with the other division administrators, faculty and staff to achieve College goals. The Chair oversees program evaluation and continuous quality improvement activities for all Allied Health Department programs to meet the needs of students and industry partners, and to meet regulatory and/or accrediting body requirements. Position will remain open until a qualified candidate is hired. Initial review of candidates will occur on May 1, 2023. Responsibilities Program leadership & administration. Direct the administration of Divisional programs and services within area of assignment. Oversee and direct the initial and ongoing delivery of the health information technology program. Represent the Heath Science Division within the college, community, and state. Maintain effective working relationships with employers, businesses, community agencies, schools, and internal college staff. Work cooperatively with Student Services, General Education, and other college departments. Plan and coordinate divisional recruitment activities. Assist in the coordination of the petitioning process into the allied health programs. Assure the continued allied health program accreditation by the appropriate accrediting bodies. Facilitate the accreditation of new Health Science programs. Schedule, supervise and evaluate all classes and clinical offerings. Develop and maintain working relationships with area hospitals, clinics, and other facilities for the purpose of clinical education affiliation as well as placement of graduates. Assist with planning and coordinating program advisory committee meetings for the allied health programs Foster a commitment to inclusive excellence among faculty, staff and students in the delivery of all Allied Health programs. These duties include: Provide leadership and maintain a climate of open communication, collegiality, and teamwork within the Department. Lead regular Department meetings to foster open communication. Act as a communication liaison between the Dean and Department faculty. Teach courses in the Chair's professional area of qualification (up to 50% of assigned workload). These duties include: Teaching responsibilities as described in the Instructor Position Description. Ensuring continuous improvement and revision of courses taught based on the results of student learning outcomes assessment. Administration of Health Occupations Department programs, enrollments, budgets, records, facilities, equipment, grants and business processes. For all Department programs, these duties include: Programs Organizing the educational programs for effective student learning and achievement, promoting flexible programming through alternative delivery systems. Assure that curriculum content and course syllabi remain current and aligned with appropriate industry, accreditation and certification standards and guidelines. Assess student learning outcomes and conduct program reviews to support continuous improvement of program effectiveness and efficiency. Act as resource for Department faculty in development of new courses and programs. Coordinate development and implementation of student learning assessment plans for Department programs. Coordinate and maintain program entrance standards where applicable. Collaborate with Student Services and Instructional staff on program articulation agreements with other institutions (secondary and post-secondary) for Department programs. Oversee annual evaluation of Department programs using College key performance indicators. Manage collection, security and retention of all Department program records (clinical and non-clinical). Enrollments Coordinate program coherence, consistency, and sequencing of course offerings. Schedule classes and manage instructional assignments for all Health Occupation programs with faculty input. Manage the scheduling process, utilizing enrollment data to optimize course offerings, review and approve draft course schedules for in the CLSS scheduling system for all Department programs; verify published schedule accuracy. Manage the number of class section additions or deletions based on actual enrollments. Coordinate with Student Services, faculty, and high school partners to provide Dual Credit offerings. Budgets& Grants Develop annual Department personnel, non-personnel, and capital budget proposals in accordance with the College approval process. Manage Department expenditures, reconcile reports, and balance accounts to ensure compliance with approved budget during the fiscal year. Identify new resource needs, prepare budget proposals for one-time and new initiatives, advocate for budget resources to address Department priorities. Work with the Office of Institutional Research & Effectiveness and BTC Grants Administrator in collecting and maintaining data to assist in identifying and securing external funds for Department programs. Facilities, Equipment and Business processes Manage Department facilities and labs to ensure inventory of necessary supplies and parts, oversee preventative maintenance schedule, and schedule appropriate servicing of equipment. Manage Department business process workflows for initiation and approval of payroll, travel, facilities/IT work orders, purchasing requests and other College business processes. Ensure compliance with relevant occupational regulations and accreditation standards for all Department programs. Ensure compliance with all relevant programmatic, Department, Division, and College policies and procedures. Supervision of Department faculty and staff. In collaboration with Dean of Health Science and Public Safety, lead the recruitment, hiring, and onboard process for full and part-time (adjunct) faculty and support positions within the Health Occupation Programs. Review and approve Department faculty teaching and service assignments to ensure equitable workloads. Conduct annual evaluations for all full-time faculty and manage the Department's process for evaluating and mentoring part-time faculty. Read and provide regular feedback to Department faculty end-of-semester student evaluations. Serve as a Department resource and/or mentor for new faculty (full-time and part-time). Lead Departmental adjunct faculty orientation sessions to ensure awareness of College instructional standards, policies, procedures, and processes. Communicate with all Department faculty (full-time and part-time) to ensure timely completion and submission of instructional reports and grades (e.g. 10-day rosters, textbook orders, etc.) Arrange for and coordinate substitute instructors as necessary. Oversight of program student support activities in the Department Collaborate with Student Services to communicate with prospective students for recruiting and program promotion. Collaborate with Student Services to facilitate the admissions process, the registration process and the academic advising of Department students. Collaborate with Student Services to evaluate the credits and placement of transfer students. Collaborate with Student Services to enhance communication with area high schools, and provide dual credit courses in area high schools. Collaborate with the Access & Accommodations department to provide student accommodations as needed. Advise and assist students with concerns and problem resolution Assist faculty with student concerns/complaints and problem resolution. Conduct periodic assessment of student and employer satisfaction through surveys, exit interviews, and follow up with program graduates. Qualifications Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Strong written and oral communication skills. Excellent problem solving and trouble shooting skills. Demonstrated ability to interact with diverse populations. Understanding accreditation process for programs within area of responsibility. Education & Experience: Master's Degree in a related health care area. Credentialed to teach in one of the allied health department program areas (Radiography, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Medical Assistant, Surgical Technology, or Health Information Technology). Didactic and/or clinical teaching experience. Experience in program administration/management at the faculty chair level or higher. Supervisor/leadership experience. Blackhawk Technical College does not offer H-1B or other work authorization visa sponsorship for this position. Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States at the time of hire and maintain work authorization throughout the employment term.
    $19k-22k yearly est.3d ago
  • Joint Test Group Chair

    Collectively at Babcock, our employees embody the Principles that help make us great at what we do: Whether it is providing technical training instruction, developing training materials or maintaining critical training assets, Babcock is trusted by its customers to deliver world-class training solutions. In Canada, Babcock works in the Marine sector, where our teams provide critical and complex support to Canada's submarine fleet. Babcock's Purpose is to create a safe and secure world, together. * Babcock employees Collaborate - we are greater than the sum of our parts, Joint Test Group Chair (Permanent) We also operate in the Aviation sector, where Babcock ensures that the aircrew trainees of our partner nations receive the world's best flying training. Underpinned by a deep understanding of technology integration, asset management, and specialist training, Babcock International works with customers around the world to improve the capability, reliability, and availability of their most critical assets within the key market sectors of Marine, Land, Aviation, and Nuclear.
    $52k-86k yearly est.11d ago
  • Program Chair - CIS

    This is an on-campus position in Waterbury, CT, with some flexibility for hybrid work as appropriate.
    $82k-138k yearly est.19d ago
  • Chair of Psychiatry - Physician - Mount Sinai South Nassau

    Mount Sinai South Nassau is currently seeking a Chair of Psychiatry! The Mount Sinai Health System is New York City's largest academic medical system, encompassing eight hospitals, a leading medical school, and a vast network of ambulatory practices throughout the greater New York region. About the Mount Sinai Health System: * Committed to Mount Sinai South Nassau and the communities we serve The Chair of Psychiatry will direct activities of the mental health staff and ensure that mental health services are delivered in accordance with Mount Sinai South Nassau's policies and procedures, New York State regulations and guidelines, funder guidelines, and established best practices in mental health. Mount Sinai advances medicine and health through unrivaled education and translational research and discovery to deliver care that is the safest, highest-quality, most accessible and equitable, and the best value of any health system in the nation.
    $73k-200k yearly est.Easy Apply14d ago

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