Applications are being accepted for a full-time professor position in the Veterinary Nursing program at Wilson College. The successful applicant will possess a doctorate in veterinary medicine with 5-10 years clinical experience. Must be licensed in Pennsylvania or eligible for transfer of licensure to Pennsylvania. Experience in routine surgery and anesthesia, and an interest in mentoring future technicians is necessary. This position has a tenure track option.
The successful candidate will maintain a full-time teaching load, as well as provide year-round veterinary care for program animals and serve on the IACUC committee. DEA license paid for by the institution.
Send cover letter, curriculum vita, statement of teaching philosophy, an appropriate sample of/links to professional work, contact information for three professional references, and official academic transcripts to:
Dr. Elissa Heil, Vice President for Academic Affairs
1015 Philadelphia Avenue
Chambersburg, PA 17201
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Wilson College seeks applicants for the position of Student Financial Services Counselor. Reporting to the Director of Student Financial Services, the successful candidate will provide quality customer service and perform a variety of functions related to student accounts, financial aid, and financing. This position will work closely with financial aid staff, the business office, the office of the registrar and other related offices of the College to support Wilson’s mission and strategic plan. Conducts all aspects of position with service to students, families and college community as paramount. Additional detailed job duties will be communicated during the employment interviewing process.
The successful candidate would possess an associate’s degree or at least 2 years of college required. A Bachelor’s degree is preferred with experience in business, accounting, or finance. Experience in financial aid or student accounts in a post-secondary institution preferred. Written documentation of education and experience and written references, are required before beginning employment.
It is the policy of Wilson College to provide equal employment opportunities without regard to race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital/familial status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, having a GED rather than a diploma, or any other protected characteristic applicable under law.
Global Vision Christian School, an accredited international boarding school in Scotland, PA, is seeking secondary teachers for Bible, English, Social Studies, Math, and Science for the 2021-22 school year.
With the increasing number of students in both middle school and high school, we are looking for professional teachers who have a passion for teaching and cultivating global leaders who will serve 10 billion people in the world.
Interested individuals should contact [email protected] for information or to submit a resume.
Saint Andrew Catholic School is seeking a qualified candidate to teach basic computer and typing skills to students in grades K-8. Applicants must have experience working with children and have a basic knowledge of using the Google Suite. Interested applicants should send letter of interest and resume to Lindsay Salmon at [email protected]
Saint Andrew Catholic School is hiring a part-time middle school Spanish teacher (gr. 6-8). Must possess a teaching certificate and required PA clearances. Interested candidates should send their resume to [email protected]
Saint Andrew Catholic School is seeking a full time second grade teacher for the 2021-2022 school year. Candidates should be credentialed in their area of interest, passionate about the ministry of Catholic education, and strongly committed to the power of collaboration. Must possess a teaching certificate and required PA clearances. If interested please send cover letter, resume, Diocesan employee application and a copy of teaching certificate to Principal, Lindsay Salmon at [email protected]
WORK AT THE Y
Join our team and make a positive and lasting impact on the lives of children, adults and families.
The Y is a vibrant organization made up of people who are inclusive, determined, nurturing, genuine, hopeful and welcoming. Imagine going to work knowing that what you do each day positively affects the lives of the people in your community. Working at the Y, you’ll discover more than a job—you’ll enjoy a career with a future and the opportunity to make a lasting difference in the lives of those around you. In more than 10,000 communities nationwide, our staff members—of all ages and from diverse backgrounds and life experiences—enjoy the personal satisfaction that comes from nurturing the potential of youth and teens, improving the nation’s health and well-being and providing support to our neighbors.
POSITION SUMMARY: Provides direct supervision of a group of children in a seasonal day camp. Provides a quality experience to children and parents focused on YMCA core values: honesty, respect, responsibility, and caring.
*Supervises a group of children.
*Assists Lead Counselor in planning and implementing program activities that are culturally relevant, developmentally appropriate and consistent with YMCA values
*Adheres to program standards including safety and cleanliness standards.
*Attends all staff meetings and trainings.
*Follows YMCA policies and procedures, including those related to medical and disciplinary situations, child abuse prevention and emergencies.
*Maintains positive relations with parents and other staff. Models relationship-building skills (including Listen First) in all interactions.
*Perform other related duties as assigned or directed in a positive and friendly manner.
YMCA COMPETENCIES (Leader):
Mission Advancement: Accepts and demonstrates the Y’s values. Demonstrates a desire to serve others and fulfill community needs. Recruits volunteers and builds effective, supportive working relationships with them. Supports fund-raising.
Collaboration: Works effectively with people of different backgrounds, abilities, opinions, and perceptions. Builds rapport and relates well to others. Seeks first to understand the other person’s point of view and remains calm in challenging situations. Listens for understanding and meaning; speaks and writes effectively. Takes initiative to assist in developing others.
Operational Effectiveness: Makes sound judgments, and transfers learning from one situation to another. Embraces new approaches and discovers ideas to create a better member experience. Establishes goals, clarifies tasks, plans work and actively participates in meetings. Follows budgeting policies and procedures and reports all financial irregularities immediately. Strives to meet or exceed goals and deliver a high-value experience for members.
Personal Growth: Pursues self-development that enhances job performance. Demonstrates an openness to change and seeks opportunities in the change process. Accurately assesses personal feelings, strengths, and limitations and how they impact relationships. Has the functional and technical knowledge and skills required to perform well; uses best practices and demonstrates up-to-date knowledge and skills in technology.
*High school graduate or equivalent; one year or more of college preferred.
*Previous experience working with children preferably in a day camp setting
*At least 18 years of age
*Previous experience with diverse populations preferred.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS – Ability to plan, lead and participate in a range of activities in a variety of outdoor/indoor settings.
The environmental educator is responsible for delivering established programs of The Institute at the K–12 grade levels and developing creative new programs into the future. The primary role of this position is to work outdoors with school groups and the general public. The educator must work in cooperation with co-teachers, administrators, volunteers, interns, and all other personnel of The Institute.
Availability: Position is part-time, year-round. Educator is expected to attend training sessions and regular staff meetings and to teach 3–5 days/week (may include occasional evenings and weekends).
The environmental educator/watershed science coordinator is responsible for delivering established programs of The Institute at the K– 12 grade levels and developing creative new programs into the future. As watershed science coordinator, the educator will also work with The Institute’s WaterStriders students,
college interns and local watershed organizations. The educator must work in cooperation with co-teachers, administrators, volunteers, interns, and all
other personnel of The Institute. Availability: Position is part-time, year-round. Educator is expected to attend training sessions and regular staff meetings and to teach 3–5 days/week (may include occasional evenings and weekends).
The early childhood environmental educator is responsible for delivering established programs of The Institute at the preschool– 4th grade levels and developing creative new programs into the future. The primary role of this position is to work outdoors with preschool and primary age groups. The early childhood educator must work in cooperation with co-teachers, administrators, volunteers, interns, and all other personnel of The Institute. Availability: Position is part-time, year-round. Educator is expected to attend training sessions and regular staff meetings and to teach 3–5 days/week (may include occasional evenings and weekends).