Bachelor’s Degree in Dental HygieneTwo years of teaching experience in Dental HygieneTwo years of clinical experience in Dental Hygiene within thelast 3 yearsCurrent Licensure [or eligibility] in the state of MD as adental hygienistCurrent CPR certification [American Heart Association]Annual PPD [tuberculin] testingPreferred QualificationsPreferred Qualifications: Description/Job SummaryAn Adjunct Faculty in Dental Hygiene is responsiblefor:1. Based on master syllabus, design and teach assigned classsession(s), leveraging digital content and multi-media resources inthe classroom.2. Assess student engagement/understanding during each classsession and throughout the semester3. Collect, grade, and report assignments and homework4. Maintain and update the syllabus and course materials andmake sure they are available through the College’s LearningManagement System5. Advise learners in ways to help them meet theireducational goals6. Use a variety of strategies to assess and evaluatelearning.7. Provide timely, thoughtful and constructive feedback tolearnersEmployees in this classification receive supervision from theAssociate Dean of Nursing.Required QualificationsMinimum Qualifications : Master’s Degree in Dental HygieneFive years of teaching experience
NewsRegional Financial hat trick for Cayman Islands by: – October 12, 2011 Tweet Share Sharing is caring! Share Richard Coles. Image via: caymanhedgefunds.comGEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands — On Monday, Cayman Finance chairman Richard Coles congratulated the Cayman Islands financial services industry for achieving yet another top ranking in the highly respected Banker’s ranking of international financial centres.The 2011 Banker’s ranking revealed that the Cayman Islands is once again ranked number one in the Specialised Financial Centres category for the third year in a row, having topped the chart in 2009 and 2010.“This is yet again excellent news and a testament to the hard work and efforts on the part of both the financial services industry for delivering excellence in service and to the regulatory authorities for maintaining high international standards,” said Coles.According to The Banker’s website, the ranking of international financial centres is based on data from a range of sources, including financial markets indicators, economic potential and business environment factors. The ranking focuses on the level of international business and the value offered to international institutions seeking to expand their international operations. The ranking revealed that the Cayman Islands dominated the category, as its score of 42.59 is 8 points clear of the next highest ranking, which went to Guernsey with a score of 34.48.The Banker survey also revealed that Cayman’s score was lower than that of 2010, and it said that this may be due to the more in-depth questionnaire that was used and that this impacted other jurisdictions as well. Coles saw this as a sign of the jurisdiction’s strength.“The fact that The Banker improved its assessment with a more detailed questionnaire in 2011 and the Cayman Islands remain at top with a wide margin is proof that this jurisdiction can hold its own against international standards relating to service or regulation, and I am confident that we will continue to do so,” said Coles.The Cayman Finance chair said that the survey results shows that there remains significant international confidence in the Cayman Islands financial services centre.Caribbean News Now 9 Views no discussions Share
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles just launched a website that allows customers to determine if they are eligible for an Excise Tax refund.The agency announced in October that it began sending out notifications for eligible customers.“All of those letters have been mailed. In case someone did not receive their letter, the BMV has created a website that allows Hoosiers to verify their eligibility and print a claim form that includes mailing instructions,” said BMV commissioner Don Snemis.BMV officials ask customers to access the refund eligibility page by visiting mybmv.com and clicking on the green “Check Your Excise Tax Refund Eligibility” icon on the right-hand side of the home page.Users will enter either their social security number or their driver’s license number.The refund is due to a miscalculation that affects approximately 180,000 people and totals upwards of $29 million.
Submit Related Articles Tabcorp double burdened by covid and group impairment charges August 19, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Flutter moves to refine merger benefits against 2020 trading realities August 27, 2020 GVC absorbs retail shocks as business recalibrates for critical H2 trading August 13, 2020 Share February 2018 will be a landmark month for all industry stakeholders. The sector’s current agenda and context is dominated by the pending UK government’s judgement on industry FOBTs wagering and advertising standards.Nevertheless, it would be wise for all betting stakeholders to broaden their anxieties, as Australia moves to implement its ‘credit betting ban’ this 17 February, serving industry leadership a further headache.Once deemed a golden frontier for betting operators, seeking to expand internationally within a sports-mad, English speaking nation, Australia has become a brutal terrain for its European settlers.Reforming the ‘2001 Interactive Gambling Act’, the Australian Parliament has moved to implement the federal prohibition of ‘credit card wagering’ on digital gambling platforms.Further market pains were dealt in 2017 as the Turnbull government moved to severely restricted bookmaker advertising, sanctioning a ‘siren to siren’ (start to finish) ban on all forms of gambling marketing during sports broadcasts through any public medium.Finally, serving further market spasms for the industry’s leadership, a number of Australian states now seek to implement individual tax charges on operator betting services.Under this extreme terrain, for European leaders, the tune of the Australian market has morphed from ‘Kylie’s Locomotion’ into a depressive ballad composed by Nick Cave.First, to act on its ‘Australia dilemma’, this January, William Hill announced that it had implemented a strategic review of its William Hill Australia division.Active in the market since 2012, William Hill is reported to have invested AUS $700 million (£450 million) on its Australian expansion, acquiring the online assets of Sportingbet.com.au. Centrebet and TomWaterhouse.comTough market trading in 2017 saw the FTSE bookmaker reveal that wagering had drastically declined for William Hill Australia. This weekend, news sources reported that the bookmaker was reviewing the sale of the division for a rumoured target price of AUS $100 million.William Hill’s Australia quandary will be likely replicated by all European giants active within the market; Ladbrokes Coral, bet365, Paddy Power Betfair and Kindred Group.Seeking to gain market traction, European operators have spent millions £/€ and ample corporate resources developing their Australian market propositions, be it through M&A, full-scale advertising campaigns or developing tailored betting platforms for Australian consumers.Another complex leadership dynamic, sees European giants forced to review Australian assets and strategy, as their shareholders place a deep emphasis on international expansion away from home market comforts.As February approaches, Australia will now be a further ‘big call’ for betting leaders during 2018. Once golden, Australian betting became a crowded house stifled by regulatory demands… Put simply can and should European operators keep their AUS dream alive?
The chief judge of the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit Court released a statement over the weekend, in response to the public debate about a local judge sentencing a 21-year-old man to 10 days in jail for missing jury duty.Chief Judge Krista Marx says she issued the statement in order to explain to Palm Beach County residents where her authority lies. It reads in part:“I am charged with the administrative supervision over all judges and court personnel within the Circuit. In this capacity, I am occasionally asked to intervene when an individual is dissatisfied with a sentence or judgement entered by one of our judges. However, as a Chief Judge, I do not have authority to review the legality of the rulings made by each individual judge. Instead that authority lies with the appellate courts. Moreover, under the Judicial Code of Conduct, I am prohibited from discussing any ongoing case nor can I discuss a judge’s rulings.”The statement came after several state and local leaders called for disciplinary action against Judge John Kastrenakes, who sentenced Deandre Somerville to 10 days in jail after he slept through and missed his jury duty. Kastrenakes revoked the sentencing and cleared the record of Somerville a few days after the sentencing.However, Senator Bobby Powell has been pushing for the Florida Judicial Qualifications Commission to investigate Kastrenakes.Read the full statement from Marx here.