CriteriaCRITERIA : The following criteria, which are not the sole criteriaused in the final hiring decision, will be used to review theapplications of those persons who meet the stated minimumqualifications and to select those qualified applicants who will beinterviewed. Other information and observations made during theinterview process may be considered in the selection process. Job Requirements Is Background Check Required?YesPosting NumberPGCC154311/12Open Date12/18/2020Close DateOpen Until FilledYesBackground Check StatementA limited background investigation will be conducted prior to anoffer of employment. A signed authorization for release of personalinformation will be required if selected for aninterview.Special Instructions to ApplicantsApplicants who are selected for an interview will be required toconduct a 5-10 minute presentation during the interview.The college is currently in a Modified Academic and BusinessOperation ( MABO ) model, which means some of the work is beingperformed from remote locations. When the conditions permit, basedon CDC and College Administrator’s guidelines, employees will berequired to resume their work on campus as directed by management.This position is located in the state of Maryland.Posting Specific QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). * Do you have two years of professional experience inorganizational development consulting, instructionaldesign/training?YesNo Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s Degree in OrganizationDevelopment or Human Resources Training and Developmentpreferred.Two years of professional experience – organizationaldevelopment consulting, instructional design/trainingexperience. Applicant must be available to work Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m.– 4:30 p.m. The work schedule is subject to change based on theneeds of the department.Ability to communicate effectively in spoken and writtenstandard English.As required by the 1986 Immigration Act, be prepared to presentacceptable documentation showing your identity and that you are aU.S. Citizen or an alien who is authorized to work. * Which of the following best describes your level of completededucation? (Education details must be included in yourapplication.)Master’s Degree or above from an accreditedcollege/universityBachelor’s Degree from an accredited college/universityAssociate’s Degree from an accredited college/universityOne to two years of college credit (30 credit hours isequivalent to one year)Less than 30 credits from an accredited college/universityHigh School Diploma or GEDNone of the above How did you hear about this employment opportunity? If youselected ‘Other’ please indicate source:(Open Ended Question) Oversees instructional design projects for the unit includinginstructor led and online training programs. May providefacilitation services to individual units and departments.Manages the Professional and Organizational Development’sportal site.Designs, develops and implements communication strategy tosupport the launch and create awareness of various learningprograms.Assist Director and/or Manager with conducting, analyzestraining needs assessments, and develops/updates annual trainingcalendar, lesson plans, and curriculum based on results.Provides guidance of the Learning Management System to supportstaff.Conduct needs analyses to support growth and development ofstaff to meet the needs of the strategic goals and objectives ofthe college.Provide direction of content development projects to supportprofessional development experiences that foster growth andretention of employees throughout the college community.Assist with managing project plans, program management,implementation and evaluation of all related Professional andOrganizational Development programs/training content. Includesdesigning, developing and implementing communication strategy tosupport the launch and create awareness of various learningprograms and learning experiences.Develop training strategies to support the implementation ofnew or changed systems/processes and prepare the organization forchange driven by learning initiatives.Provide oversight to project and vendor management for trainingneeds.Participates in appropriate professional growth and developmentactivities/conferences.Performs other duties as assigned. Job Vacancy AnnouncementPosition TitleCoordinator of Professional and Organizational DevelopmentPosition TypeStaffDepartmentHuman Resources and Organizational DevelopmentFLSAExemptUnion/Non UnionNon UnionFull Time or Part TimeFull TimeGrade14Salary RangeHiring Salary Range$66,281 – $72,909/AnnuallyFixed Term/Tenure Track (Faculty Only)Regular or TemporaryRegularJob Description SummaryResponsible for creating and implementing professional developmentand training programs for college faculty and staff.Minimum Qualifications * Briefly describe your experience referenced in the previousquestion. Do not enter ‘See Resume'(Open Ended Question)How did you hear about this employment opportunity?HERCHigherEd JobsHispanic OutlookIndeedPersonal ReferralPGCC WebsiteSocial Media (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook)The Chronicle of Higher EdThe Washington PostOther: Please indicate belowEducause Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResumeCover LetterOptional DocumentsLetter of Recommendation 1Other
Senior Editor The debate over how much, if at all, lawyers should be involved in advance funding schemes for their personal injury clients has reached the Bar Board of Governors. And after a vigorous discussion, the board postponed taking action so members can review past drafts of ethics opinions on the subject. The matter was brought to the board at its October 19 meeting by the Board Review Committee on Professional Ethics, which reviewed the appeal of Proposed Advisory Opinion 00-3 from the Professional Ethics Committee. (The BRCPE also presented advertising appeals and other issues to the board.) PAO 00-3 says an attorney may tell a client about the existence of companies that offer advance funding and, with the consent of the client after consultation, may provide confidential information about the case to those companies. While an initial draft of the opinion said the attorney at the client’s request could issue a letter of protection to the funding company, the final opinion passed by the PEC said the attorney could not issue a letter of protection but could honor such a letter executed by the client on his or her own. BRCPE Chair Richard Tanner reported that his committee was recommending restoring the letter of protection section to the advisory opinion. Advance funding companies, which are apparently expanding rapidly both in Florida and nationwide, offer loans to clients secured only by expected recovery in an ongoing personal injury case. Board member David Bianchi said he looked into an advance funding company for a client and was shocked that the annual interest rate was more than 80 percent, and that with other companies it could be 100, 200, and 300 percent. “They get away with it because they tell everyone it’s not a loan, and therefore it’s not an interest rate,” he said. “They say they are buying a piece of the case and only get paid if there’s a recovery. That’s their justification. “We need to think very carefully about what we think lawyers should be able to do. We should then think about appointing a committee to look at how many funding companies are in Florida, what they have done in Florida, how many cases have they been involved in, and what’s been the experiences of the borrowers.” If there have been abuses, Bianchi said, the board might want to approach the legislature about regulating the industry. “We are not here to legislate morality,” board member Louis Kwall countered. “If these are legitimate, lawful companies, what right do we have to interfere in the relationship between one of these companies and a client?” Board member Jesse Diner added, “I personally don’t like people lending money at usurious rates. . . but I don’t think that’s for us to decide here.” Board member Chobee Ebbets said lawyers should not issue the letters of protection, arguing, “If I give a letter of protection to that company, I am buying into that.. . . I would never issue a letter of protection because I feel it is in direct conflict with a client’s best interest.” “This activity borders on the outer edge of appropriate conduct,” board member John Cardillo said. The board approved a motion by board member Kelly Overstreet Johnson to table the issue until it reviews prior drafts of PAO 00-3. On other matters, the BRCPE presented recommendations on three advertising appeals, and all were approved by the board: • The board and BRCPE said it was okay for a law firm to include in its ads the statement, “If you have been involved in an accident, you need an attorney fighting for your rights.” Bar staff and the Standing Committee on Advertising had found the “you need an attorney” phrase potentially misleading. • The board and BRCPE upheld the standing committee which said a Yellow Pages ad featuring a photograph of the advertising attorney must be submitted to the Bar for review and the $250 late review fee paid. The attorney had argued the review and fee were not needed. • The board and BRCPE upheld the standing committee that the use of a non-law firm member’s voice in an electronic ad violated Bar rules because the ad was not, as contended by the law firm, a public service ad. Tanner also reported to the board that at its November 29 meeting, the BRCPE will revise existing procedures clarifying that the board can request ethics opinions from the Professional Ethics Committee. The Bar Procedures for Ruling on Questions of Ethics were vague on that point. He noted that the proposed procedure will maintain Bar members’ ability to request opinions about their own prospective actions. The BRCPE considered further expanding who could ask questions of the PEC, but decided that “members with their fact patterns and the board raising specific questions is the best approach without throwing it wide open.” The issue arose after the board several years ago requested the PEC to look at issues surrounding insurance companies’ use of staff and outside counsel. After the PEC issued three opinions which were appealed to the board, the board declined to act because of the vagueness of the procedures. Board considers ethics of advance funding Board considers ethics of advance funding November 15, 2001 Gary Blankenship Senior Editor Regular News
304/18-24 Mermaid St, ChermsideThe rooftop terrace has uninterrupted 360 degree views of the Brisbane skyline, hinterland and Moreton Bay.There is also an undercover barbecue area, sky garden and oversized seating.It is listed through Simon Carling of McAndrew Property Group – Brisbane.At nearby Hamilton, a five-bedroom home at 20 Grays Rd is seeking offers of more than $2.5 million.The home, on Hamilton Hill, is recently completed. It is spread across three levels and includes a rooftop terrace. 20 Grays Rd, Hamilton. Picture: realestate.com.auAn external side staircase allows direct access to an indoor heated pool, snooker room and bar.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 13:43Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -13:43 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels576p576p480p480p256p256p228p228pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenPrestige property with Elizabeth Tilley13:44There are polished hardwood floors inside as well as carpets and imported tiles.Three of the bedrooms have walk-in wardrobes and ensuites.It is listed through Patrick McKinnon and Will Churchill of Place – Ascot. 18/215 Wellington Rd, Kangaroo PointThe double-storey penthouse has panoramic views over the Brisbane CBD and a private rooftop terrace which can accommodate more than 100 guests.All four bedrooms have access to their own balconies. The rooftop terrace has a kitchen and built-in barbecue.Inside the penthouse, the main bedroom has an ensuite, including a freestanding bath and walk-in robe.The penthouse is in a complex of only 18 apartments. It is listed through Christine Rudolph of Ray White – New Farm.At Chermside, residents in a complex also have access to a rooftop terrace.The two-bedroom apartment at 304/18-24 Mermaid St, Chermside, is in the Evoke building.Both bedrooms have built-in wardrobes and there is floor to ceiling storage and separate laundry.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoThe complex has secure basement parking with direct lift access to the apartment levels and video intercom. 18/215 Wellington Rd, Kangaroo PointWhile views from decks may be pretty special, rooftop terraces offer something even more substantial.We’ve scoured the Brisbane property market to find the best properties with rooftop terraces on the market now.A four-bedroom unit at 18/215 Wellington Rd, Kangaroo Point, has a rooftop terrace and is seeking offers over $1.5 million.