Resident Faculty – English

first_imgIs Background Check Required?YesPosting NumberPGCC155911/12Open Date02/11/2021Close DateOpen Until FilledYesBackground Check StatementPrince George’s Community College is committed to providing a safecampus community. PGCC conducts background investigations forapplicants being considered for employment. Backgroundinvestigations include reference checks, a criminal history recordcheck, education verification, and when appropriate, a financial(credit) report or driving history check.Special Instructions to Applicants Master’s degree in English, or equivalent*.One year full-time, or equivalent part-time teaching experienceat the college or high school level in composition and/orbusiness/technical writing. Extent and relevance of graduate educational preparation toanticipated teaching assignments in composition andbusiness/technical writing.Relevance of teaching experience to anticipated teachingassignments.Relevance of non-teaching professional experience toanticipated teaching assignments.Evidence of quality teaching, including faculty evaluationscores and ratings, teaching awards earned, courses designed,developed, and/or revised, etc.Evidence of knowledge of and experience in employinginstructional methods and techniques that includeinter-disciplinary teaching and other approaches appropriate todifferent student learning styles.Evidence of currency in professional discipline throughcontinuing education, professional development, and/or scholarlyactivity.Evidence of readiness and/or willingness to use technology inthe classroom.Evidence of ability to teach effectively within, and contributepositively to, a diverse, multi-ethnic, multi-cultural studentpopulation and campus environment.Willingness to teach day, evening, weekends, and/oronline. * 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) Degree from an accredited institution.Unofficial transcripts must accompany application for teachingpositions. Before an applicant can be recommended for hire, he/shemust have an unofficial transcript on file with the college.Official transcripts of academic work required upon an offer ofemployment.At least three letters of reference must be job related anddated within the past three years.Documentation of experience and performance required.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. *Satisfactory completion of 30 semester hours or more of relevantacademic study in an accredited doctoral program may, at thediscretion of the Vice President, be determined to meet thisrequirement.CriteriaCRITERIA : The following criteria will be used to review theapplications of those candidates who meet the minimumqualifications and select those who will be invited for aninterview. Candidates for teaching positions who are invited for aninterview will be asked to demonstrate their teaching effectivenessin a simulated classroom, laboratory, or other relevant pedagogicalsituation, the conditions of which will be determined in advanceand shared with all candidates prior to interview. In addition tothe criteria listed below, other information gained from, andobservations made during the interview process, including thereview committee’s assessment of a simulated teaching performance,may be considered in selecting candidates to be recommended forappointment. Job Requirementscenter_img 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 (*). Job Vacancy AnnouncementPosition TitleResident Faculty – EnglishPosition TypeFacultyDepartmentEnglishFLSAExemptUnion/Non UnionNon UnionFull Time or Part TimeFull TimeGrade.Salary RangeHiring Salary RangeSalary commensurate with education and experienceFixed Term/Tenure Track (Faculty Only)Fixed TermRegular or TemporaryRegularJob Description SummaryPrince George’s Community College is recruiting for a full-timefixed-term English faculty position effective Fall 2021 (pendingbudget approval). Annual salary paid over ten months, with benefitsextending to the end of the fiscal year, June 30, 2022. If afixed-term contract is renewed for second-year benefits willcontinue through the summer months. Persons hired into the rolehave the potential to count their years as a fixed-term facultymember towards continuing tenure status upon offer. Applicantsshould demonstrate a commitment to high-quality undergraduateeducation. Preference will be given to candidates with degrees incomposition and rhetoric, as well with expertise in the fields oftechnical and business writing and with experience teaching at thecollege level.Resident Faculty: A termed faculty position, renewableannually in accordance with the contract.Minimum Qualifications * Do you have one year full-time or equivalent part-timeteaching experience at the college or high school level incomposition/rhetoric or business/technical writing?YesNo * Please provide evidence of your ability to effectively useinstructional technology (Internet, instructional software,Learning Management System, videoconferencing, etc.).(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 Applications submitted by February 24, 2021 will receivefirst consideration. This position is open until filled.Teaching Demonstration: Candidates who are invited foran interview will be asked to demonstrate their teachingeffectiveness in a simulated classroom, laboratory, or otherrelevant pedagogical situation, the conditions of which will bedetermined in advance and shared with all candidates prior to theinterview.Letters of Recommendations: Can be uploaded during theapplication process or submitted prior to scheduled interview.Application Status: You will receive an emailacknowledging receipt of your application, upon which time nofurther communication occurs unless selected for an interview orthe position is filled. If recommended for hire, communication isimmediately sent to your references listed on your application.Also, you will receive an email notification from HireRightrequesting you to submit authorization to complete a backgroundinvestigation. Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResumeCover LetterOptional DocumentsLetter of Recommendation 1Letter of Recommendation 2Letter of Recommendation 3TranscriptsCurriculum Vitaelast_img read more

PLAT-O Proves Tidal Energy Cost Is Coming Down, SME Says

first_imgSustainable Marine Energy (SME) has announced that its PLAT-O, the first tidal energy system to generate power off the south coast of England, demonstrated that the cost of tidal energy is rapidly coming down with such systems coming on stream.Jason Hayman, Managing Director of SME, said: “It’s a huge achievement for the team. PLAT-O has been generating power consistently, reliably and, most importantly has behaved as we predicted it would. The mooring solution we have developed and employed is as steady as a rock.  “The installation operation went very smoothly and it absolutely goes to show that tidal energy devices can be installed in a low cost and efficient manner. Developing systems and deploying them in these strong tidal flows is a massive challenge but we have nailed it. The cost of tidal energy is coming down rapidly with systems like PLAT-O coming on stream.”PLAT-O is a buoyant platform that is taut moored to the seabed using an anchoring solution that has also been developed by SME. It sits under the surface of the water and offers a number of other benefits including enhanced yield and survivability due to its position in the water column, which also ensures that surface vessels can pass safely overhead, SME said. Besides a surface marker buoy, the system is not visible on the surface.The company PLAT-O is compatible with most leading tidal turbine technologies, and it can be adapted to suit a wide range of configurations.Matt Slatter, Chairman of SME, said: “It has been a very busy and very exciting time for the team at SME. The completion of our testing programme in the Solent is a major milestone and the culmination of three years of hard work. PLAT-O has lived up to expectations and we are now focusing on the deployment of PLAT-O at the European Marine Energy Centre and the build of the second PLAT-O. With the support of Scottish Enterprise, we are building the team to deliver a farm of PLAT-O systems generating up to 1MW of power at EMEC by the end of 2016.”PLAT-O was fitted with two SCHOTTEL HYDRO turbines and Leask Marine, an Orkney based company, provided the multi-cat, C-Salvor, along with deck crew and a dive team with extensive experience working in strong tidal environments for the marine operations.last_img read more

Ferns rally late to beat Australia

first_imgNetball The Silver Ferns erased a five-goal deficit in the final quarter on Sunday to secure back-to-back wins against the Australian Diamonds for the first time since 2015. Just like in the Netball World Cup final in England in July, they prevailed by a single goal, 53-52, to start the Constellation Cup on a winning note in front of a sell-out crowd. In winning the fourth quarter 14-8, the world champion Ferns made quite the statement at Horncastle Arena in Christchurch as they began their pursuit of a rare series win against the Diamonds, something that’s eluded them since 2012. Super sub Karin Burger came up trumps in the final few minutes, winning a crucial turnover, which Ameliaranne Ekenasio (29/31) converted to give the Ferns the lead for the final time. Ekenasio was the breakout star of the Ferns’ World Cup triumph in July and she picked up where she left off in Liverpool early on, making nine of her 10 attempts in the first quarter while reestablishing her impressive partnership with Maria Folau. Six minutes into the second quarter, the Ferns’ lead had grown to five, as they continued to make the most of the turnover ball they were winning, but they were swiftly kept in check, as they failed to make the most of an intercept by Katrina Rore that had presented them with an excellent chance to go up seven. The Diamonds mounted a comeback to end the half, closing the margin to a single goal on the back of a 7-3 run in the final five minutes, while their defence did a good job of frustrating Ekenasio and Folau at the other end. As the third quarter began, the two teams went goal for goal, with Folau taking on the bulk of the shooting load for the Ferns, scoring their first four goals in the period. Ferns coach Noeline Taurua made a change to start the final quarter, introducing Burger in place of Karaka at goal defence, then watched on as her team closed the gap to two, winning two turnovers either side of losing the ball up themselves. Diamonds wing attack Laura Scherian had coughed up the first of those turnovers and was soon at fault again, penalised for breaking, which allowed the Ferns to close within one with 10 minutes to play, then for being offside, which allowed Folau to net the equaliser. Ekenasio then won the ball down the court before converting twice in a row to put the Ferns back in front by two with six minutes to play, but her second miss of the afternoon allowed Gretel Tippett to tie things up for the Diamonds with two minutes on the clock. The Ferns need to win two of the remaining three tests to take out the Constellation Cup, with the next clash set for Spark Arena in Auckland on Wednesday. – stuff.colast_img read more

Sessegnon’s incredible season – in numbers

first_imgFulham star Ryan Sessegnon has taken the Championship by storm this season.Aged just 17, he has been one of the division’s standout players, especially since moving from left-back to a role on the left side of Fulham’s attack.He scored one and assisted the second goal as the Whites reached the play-off final with a 2-0 win over Derby on Monday night.AdChoices广告It’s been an amazing campaign for the highly-rated youngster. Here’s a look at the numbers behind his season…16 – years and 81 days old when making Fulham debut, against Leyton Orient in the League Cup in August 2016.4207 – minutes played in the Championship this season.16 – league goals scored this term, including Monday’s play-off strike.Embed from Getty Images See also:Fulham v Aston Villa head to head – their strengths, weaknesses and key playersReam: Sessegnon must earn birthday presentAdomah confident Villa will beat Fulham 7 – assists in the Championship this season.3 – goals scored in Fulham’s thrilling 5-4 win at Sheffield United in November.26,800 – followers on Twitter.5 – awards won this season (Championship Player of the Season, Young Player of the Season, Apprentice of the Year, Team of the Season, EFL Club Developed XI)20 – Years younger than potential Wembley opponent John Terry. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Embed from Getty Imageslast_img read more

NYXL and Undefeated release limited-edition Overwatch jersey

first_imgOverwatch team New York Excelsior (NYXL) and Los Angeles-based brand Undefeated are partnering up to release special edition jersey.NYXL may not be fighting it out for the first Overwatch League title but the organisation is taking full advantage of the event. The team announced through social media a new pop-up store in Brooklyn, New York. The store is located at a walking distance from the Barclays Centre where the first final is taking place this weekend.To celebrate the opening of the store, NYXL and Undefeated are releasing a limited edition jersey. On Saturday 28th, NYXL’s fans can purchase one of the 75 individually numbered jerseys available.Collette Gangemi, NYXL Head of Merchandise and Consumer Products said: “Our vision for esports in New York goes well beyond video game-inspired apparel, and our hope is that this ongoing collaboration really showcases the relationship between the global esports and streetwear communities.”NYXL, that made it all the way to the semi-finals, is the first team to expand its brand with a pop-up store.Farzam Kamel, Partner at Sterling VC, owner of the NYXL stated: “We’re incredibly proud of our team’s success in its very first season and think this is the perfect way to celebrate.”This establishment will allow the organisation to develop an apparel line outside of Blizzard’s limitations. The Overwatch League has strict rules about merchandise sold online. Those rules don’t apply to any product sold on events or in this case, a store.Esports Insider says: NYXL is the first team to embrace its home city this way. A pop-up store is a smart move, not only from a financial point of view. NYXL is creating a sense of belonging, now they have a point where New Yorkers can gather and support the team. These points will be the key for the future development of the league.last_img read more