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  • Associate Registrar Registration And RecordsUniversity Of Wisconsin Stout(St. Paul, Minnesota)

    VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT JOB TITLE: Associate Registrar DEPARTMENT: Registration and Records APPOINTMENT PERCENTAGE: 100% ANTICIPATED START DATE: October 1, 2014 (negotiable) JOB DETAILS Supervise records staff including overseeing course development, graduation processing, degree audit, data lead training, as well as veteran and athletic certification. Reports directly to the Registrar. The Associate...
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    Posted Fri 18th July

  • Junior College Head Men's Tennis CoachNew Mexico Military Institute(Amarillo/Lubbock, Texas)

    New Mexico Military Institute Junior College Head Men's Tennis Coach/HPER Instructor and GAC Assistant New Mexico Military Institute (NMMI) is accepting applications to fill the position of Junior College Head Men's Tennis Coach. This is a permanent fulltime, 10-month position reporting to the Director of Athletics. NMMI is a state-supported, co-educational college preparatory high school and juni...
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    Posted Sat 26th July

  • Diversity/EEO ManagerThe Citadel(South/Charleston, South Carolina)

    Applications only accepted via the following link- The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina is accepting applications for a Diversity/EEO Manager in the Office of Human Resources. Will be responsible for overseeing the operational and strategic components for diversity initiatives, workforce development, and c...
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    Posted Tue 22nd July

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The various government departments oversee the country, states and local regions they represent. The public agencies involved in the federal, state and local governments make polices, create and enforce laws, provides defense of its citizens, and oversee programs designed to benefit the majority. As the government is a necessary part of our society, employment will increase as programs increase. According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook, employment in the federal government is supposed to increase 1.6% through 2014, while state and local governments will increase as much as 11.3% over the same period. (This information applies to civilian employment only.)

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