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Adjunct Instructor – Remotely-Piloted Aircraft Systems

first_imgPosition Title: Adjunct Instructor – Remotely-PilotedAircraft SystemsSalary: Class/lecture – $53.96; Lab/practicum – $45.66Qualifications:Four years work experience with remotely-piloted aircraft systemsmaintenance and/or repair.Experience with training or classroom teaching preferred.Duties:The School of STEM Career at MVCC invites applications for AdjunctInstructors of Remotely-Piloted Aircraft Systems courses. Teachingfaculty at MVCC have the primary responsibility of fulfilling theCollege’s mission of providing high-quality educationalopportunities to meet the diverse needs of our students.Adjunct faculty members teach contracted classes in accordance withestablished policies, guidelines, and learning outcomes. Lecturesand labs may be taught in traditional classroom settings,virtually, or a combination. This position may include both daytimeand evening classes.Major Responsibilities: F acilitate classroom instruction;Teach assigned class in accordance with the learningobjectives;Develop and maintain syllabus materials;Evaluate student performance;Maintain grades, enter midterm and final grades;Respond promptly to student inquiries;Maintain attendance records according to MVCC standards;Integrate current and emerging instructional deliverytechnologies into the learning process;Maintain professional standards that protect studentconfidentiality;Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing usingdiscretion, patience, and courtesy. Special Instructions to Applicants:MVCC does not discriminate. MVCC is an affirmative action, equalopportunity employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and people withdisabilities are encouraged to apply. MVCC offers a comprehensiveemployee enrichment program. Official academic transcripts requiredupon hire.Review Start Date: 1/13/2020Review of applications will begin on the review start date andwill continue until successful candidates have beenidentified.last_img read more

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4 reasons it’s not so great to be rich

first_img 34SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details When you think of money problems, you usually picture issues that arise because you don’t have enough of the green stuff. But have you ever thought about the issues that come from having too much cash? Here are four reasons Money.com says it’s not easy being rich…You find out who your friends are: When you have money, you may attract a different kind of “friend.” Hopefully you’ve surrounded yourself with “real” people who are true friends, but if the money disappears, you may quickly find out who was around simply for the benefits your money provided.Kids are lost: Money can be damaging to your children’s development. When kids grow up entitled, living in a “bubble”, they can really be detached from reality. Money can provide your children the opportunity to freely chase their dreams, but make sure their dream isn’t to sit by a pool and have everything given to them their whole life.Everyone wants a handout: Sometimes family and friends will try to take advantage of your wealth. Remember, you’re not a bank. Lending money will have an effect on your relationship, and you may never get that money back. But also, don’t be afraid to help someone achieve a dream if you feel they’ll work as hard with your money as you did to earn it.There’s a lot to worry about: As The Notorious B.I.G. song says, “It’s like the more money we come across, the more problems we see…” Problems can arise with friends, family, lawsuits, business partners, or the stock market. Some problems aren’t easily fixed by having money. I think we would all rather have too much cash than not enough of it, but it’s still something to think about.last_img read more