Central Community Music School, Senior Tutor

first_imgPosition Overview:Provide in-person and/or online academic tutoring to students.Maintain an effective and positive learning environment.Department Specific Essential Job Functions:Tutor in trained field students as scheduled through the School ofMusic. Responsible for ongoing evaluation of student progress andencouragement. Complete all required forms for payment serviceseach semester as required by University policy and procedures. Asstudents are confirmed for private or group lessons, tutor will bepoint of contact for student and/or parent for cancellations andrescheduling of lessons. Responsible for ongoing evaluation ofstudent progress and encouragement. Keep accurate records ofattendance of each student as scheduled and report any long-termchanges in lessons to the School of Music. Encourage and promoteparticipation in each semester final recital for all enrolledstudents. May perform other related duties as assigned.QualificationsExperience Required:Requires a university degree in related field or 4+ years ofequivalent work experience in chosen filed that provides knowledgeof and exposure to fundamental theories, principles, and concepts.Requires the application of expertise in a chosen field to achieveresults.Experience Preferred:Sr Tutor must have a Bachelor’s degree and minimum of 2 yearsprevious private tutoring experience in his/her field. Must have awritten recommendation from division head in his/her field(excluding rehired tutors).Physical Demands:Repetitive movement of hands and fingers – typing and/or writing.Frequent standing, and/or sitting. Occasional walking, stooping,kneeling or crouching. Reach with hands and arms. Visuallyidentify, observe and assess. Ability to communicate withsupervisor/students/colleagues. Regular physical attendancerequired. The physical demands and work environment characteristicsdescribed here are representative of those that must be met by anemployee to successfully perform the essential functions of thisjob. Reasonable accommodations (in accordance with ADArequirements) may be made, upon request, to enable individuals withdisabilities to perform essential functions.last_img read more

Brazilian And Peruvian Navies Participate In Hospital Assistance Operation Along Javari River

first_imgBy Dialogo May 10, 2010 Hail the Navy of Brazil, excellent work.I was on the patrol ship P30 – RORAIMA. I was part of the Federal Revenue Service Suppress and Embezzlement team.Regards,Irapuan Andrade The Brazilian and Peruvian Navies conducted, between March and April, a healthcare humanitarian operation for the residents of riverside communities along the Javari River, on the border between Brazil and Peru. The vessels participating in this binational operation were the Oswaldo Cruz, a hospital ship, and the Amapá, a river patrolboat, both from the Brazilian Navy, and the Morona and the Loreto, from the Peruvian Navy. During the 23 days of navigation, from the Javari Falls to the Special Border Platoon post at Palmeiras do Javari, 425 miles (approximately 787 km) away, nine communities were assisted, 111 medical, 867 laboratory, and 2,355 dental services were performed, and 222 vaccinations were given. Aboard the Brazilian ships were 4 doctors, 4 dental surgeons, and 1 pharmacist.last_img read more

HHS orders drugs to treat 14 million in flu pandemic

first_img Avian flu has broken out again in commercial poultry in Russia this week. More than 100,000 chickens on a farm in the southern region of Krasnodar, on the northeastern side of the Black Sea, have been killed to contain the outbreak, according to the AP. See also: The World Health Organization (WHO) said today its collaborating laboratory in Britain has confirmed the second fatal human H5N1 case in Iraq. The case, in a 39-year-old man, was announced previously by Iraq’s health ministry and the WHO. An official at Sulianti Saroso Hospital said the two patients were transferred there early today, according to the story. He said seven other patients at the hospital were being treated for suspected avian flu as well. Mar 1, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – US health officials announced today they have ordered more than 14 million treatment courses of two antiviral drugs to add to the 5.5 million courses already bought in preparation for a possible influenza pandemic. Mar 1 WHO statementhttp://www.who.int/csr/don/2006_03_01a/en/index.html The HHS announcement came as concern about the spread of H5N1 avian influenza continued to increase in Europe and elsewhere. The British lab is also testing samples from some suspected human cases from the northern Iraqi province of Sulaimaniyah and the southern provinces of Basra and Missan, the WHO said. In Germany, disease-control officials said the cat recently found infected with avian flu almost certainly had the deadly strain of H5N1, according to an Agence France-Presse (AFP) report today. If so, the cat will be the first known instance of a mammal infected with the virus in Europe. Captive tigers and leopards and a few domestic cats were infected in Asia in 2004. The HHS pandemic plan calls for buying enough doses of antivirals to treat 25% of the US population, according to the release. The department didn’t say how soon it expects to receive the doses just ordered. In Indonesia, two more people, a 20-year-old and a 12-month-old, were hospitalized in Jakarta with suspected cases of avian flu, according to another AFP report today. Thomas Mettenleiter, head of Germany’s Friedrich Loeffler Institute, said the cat is believed to have eaten an infected bird, according to an Associated Press (AP) report published last night. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has ordered 12.4 million courses of oseltamivir (Tamiflu) from Roche and 1.75 million courses of zanamivir (Relenza) from GlaxoSmithKline, according to an HHS news release.last_img read more

One dead after Charles City house fire

first_imgCHARLES CITY — One person is dead after a house fire in Charles City early Saturday morning. The Charles City Fire Department says they responded to the fire at 715 8th Avenue at about 2:20 AM. On arrival, smoke was seen coming from the home’s roof and attic area, with firefighters later discovering that the fire had happened solely in the kitchen area of the home. While extinguishing the fire, firefighters discovered a deceased individual in the home, who was the only occupant at the time of the fire. An investigation of the cause of the fire concluded that the fire started in the kitchen, likely due to cooking materials overheating. The name of the victim has not been released at this time.last_img read more