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add to favorites the offensive Madden NFL team
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The number one goal for the offensive Madden NFL team in every game where they get the ball is to make a touchdown. A touchdown adds six points.
add to favorites Multi Printing technologies
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G-Print is a facilitator of Digital Flex Printing that assists and provides you with a wide range of choice to advertise your products/business in different localities/cities/towns, from the very comfort of your home/office. Parijatha Graphics offers an exclusive, interactive service for for digital flex printing that provides top-of-the line advertisement solutions catering to your functional requirements. It enables you to choose digital flex printing services for desired Sign boards, Hoardings, Digital prints, Blow-Ups and Translites that provides the most cost-effective solutions flex printing solutions meeting your demands on location, impact and prices.
add to favorites Wardrobe Work In Coimbatore
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A wardrobe, some may call it an "armoire". It is a standing closet where you can store your clothes. Nowadays the name, wardrobe is given to the room in that the space of wall was filled by lockers and cupboards or by drawers which is a comparatively modern invention. From these lockers and cupboards evolved the new style wardrobe with it's sliding drawers and shelves, hanging spaces.
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UC Davis in Davis, California is seeking a FOOD SAFETY SECURITY TRAINING COORDINATOR.

Salary: $5,891.00 - $10,603.83/MO

Under direction, assist the PI's and staff with the coordination and implementation of high profile federal grants for the Western Institute for Food Safety and Security (WIFSS). Work with staff members to coordinate the scheduling and implementation of food safety training courses which require identification and recommending to the PI's and FDA potential private enterprises for demonstrating field inspections and investigations, arranging and coordinating local meeting sites with the agencies; develop marketing strategies to solicit interested private and public groups for training activities; assist in the planning, review, assessment and critiquing of training material for presentation to federal and state inspectors and investigators associated with food safety and aggro-terrorism activities involving the food supply, and identify and recommend to PI's and agencies training partners and instructors who will assist in presenting programs. The agencies involved include the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) where by the information presented will be for new FDA Inspectors and Investigators and for first responders in local rural communities faced with aggro-terrorist or all-hazards contamination of the food supply that will impact broad sectors of the public. The later DHS program will become part of the Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium in offering these courses across the U.S.

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add to favorites Coordinator, Residence Hall
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Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois is seeking a Coordinator, Residence Hall.

Hiring Rate/Range: $2,500/mo.

The purpose of the Residence Hall Coordinator is to provide year-round (12 month) leadership and direction for a specified residence hall. The Residence Hall Coordinator supervises and maintains a comprehensive inclusive residential living program for students and summer conference guests as well as a developmental program for both professional and paraprofessional staff. The Residence Hall Coordinator will strive to create a residential environment that is conducive to living and learning. This is a 12-month, live-in position with an annually renewable contract for a maximum of five (5) years.

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add to favorites Assistant Director for Economic Development
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College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina is seeking an Assistant Director for Economic Development.

Must have excellent research and analysis skills. Must have knowledge of office management and budgeting procedures. Knowledge of relevant laws, regulations, policies, and organizational functions is required. Must have the ability to effectively prioritize, plan and organize work and tasks to meet goals and deadlines. Ability to present a courteous and professional demeanor while effectively working with other personnel as well as the public is essential. Able to produce a high level of accurate work.

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add to favorites Print Manager
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Print Manager.

Reporting to the Assistant Director of Printing Services, the Print Manager serves on the staff of Print Services. The Print Manager is an integral part of Print Services with independent oversight of satellite Print units. Print Services is a part of Campus Services and provides the following services to the University: Digital production, offset print through outside vendors, graphic design, typesetting, bindery, departmental copier management, self-service copier management, and bulk mail services. The Print Manager manages jobs initiated at the satellite Print unit s/he overseeing through the different stages of production, communicating the status of all jobs with customers. Interacts effectively and diplomatically with staff, management, and diverse clientele, including campus departments, student organizations, and the general public by verbal and written communications.

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add to favorites Departmental Buyer
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The University of Texas at Austin is currently seeking applications for a Departmental Buyer.

Monthly salary $2,538 negotiable depending on qualifications.

Purpose of Position Responsible for assisting in the purchase of departmental goods and services following established guidelines. Familiar with and adheres to general accounting processes and ethical procurement practices.

Essential Functions Responsible for the departmental purchases of all supplies, materials, vehicles, equipment and services. Documents all processes according to federal/state policies. Liaison between the department, University Purchasing Office, and vendors. Compiles records to prepare purchase orders. Generates correspondence regarding problems and procedures. Maintains accurate and timely records and manages annual service contracts. Performs all buying and purchasing activities as assigned. The Building Manager for the police department. Coordinates and monitors the physical, environmental, life safety, and security conditions, and general maintenance and repair of the building and systems. Serve as the liaison for coordination and communications to building occupants regarding hours of operation, security, emergency preparedness, maintenance, construction repairs and renovations. Attend building manager meetings as identified by the Office of Campus Safety and Security. Coordinates with the acc/fin team for purchase approvals. Knowledgeable in budgets, accounts, object codes and financial systems. Daily expense tracking and reporting in excel and creates standard and ad-hoc reports, graphs and schedules (weapons, radios, computers, uniforms). Manages levels of inventory. Participates in annual inventory audit and completes CALEA proofs. Manages grant to ensure reimbursement of purchases. Prepares data and participates in the monthly budget meeting. Supports all levels of law enforcement personnel. Stays current on finance/procurement training. Will cross-train, and back-up other administrative positions, will manage other processes (define documents and retention) and other areas of the business (evidence, dispatch) as assigned. Supports special events in all capacities, including orders, deliveries, set ups/downs. Assist with special security events as requested. Flexibility in learning new responsibilities as identified.

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add to favorites Operations Assistant for Assessment & Testing
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Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida is seeking applications for an Operations Assistant for Assessment & Testing.

* Register examinees
* Proctor tests
* Scan mark-sense forms
* Producing scanning reports
* Prepare and process evaluations
* Provide information to customers
* Perform various administrative duties

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add to favorites Project Archivist
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Georgetown University in Washington DC is seeking applications for a Project Archivist.

The National Equal Justice Library (NEJL) is a collection of published and unpublished material documenting the legal profession's history of providing counsel to 1) those unable to afford representation, and 2) those working for the public good.

The Project Archivist is responsible for managing all aspects of the collection including record retention, processing of material and providing reference assistance to users.

The Project Archivist is a term position reporting to the Head of Special Collections in the Patron Services section of the Georgetown University Law Library at the Georgetown University Law Center.

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add to favorites Signal Integrity Grad Intern (DuPont, WA)
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Intel is currently seeking applications for a Signal Integrity Grad Intern.

Job Description: Responsibilities include providing robust and cost-effective signal integrity solutions for multiprocessor server boards designed in DuPont, WA. You will be performing signal integrity analysis, simulations, and verification using state-of-the-art tools and methods. Typical duties also include checking that designs meet design rules, performing collection of lab measurements, and correlating measurements with simulation results.

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add to favorites Statistician
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Performs data management and statistical analysis under the direction of Principal Investigators for complex research projects or business strategic decision making. Develops charts and graphs to display results; may assist in writing research papers for publication or business presentations. Oversees maintenance of computer software and hardware. May lead data entry staff, as assigned. Evaluates, recommends and implements procedures for data management and quality control. Develops input methodology and data file structure. Oversees data entry and maintenance of data files, including backups and hard copies. Provides guidance to data entry staff, as assigned. Schedules, assigns and prioritizes workloads. Sets appropriate deadlines. Monitors employee performance on day-to-day basis. Ensures timely completion of work.

The University of Southern California is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values Diversity.

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UC Davis in Davis, California is seeking an AUTOMOTIVE ATTENDANT.

Reporting to the Fleet Operations and Asset Manager, the incumbent performs duties such as adding engine oil, transmission fluid, coolant and brake fluid; washing and waxing exteriors and cleaning interiors of vehicles; servicing vehicles with gas and oil; checking automotive equipment defects; maintaining records; drive vehicles as necessary.

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add to favorites Equipment Inventory Coordinator
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Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas is seeking an Equipment Inventory Coordinator.

Inventory: Adjusts inventory for items which are worn out, lost, stolen, sold, traded, constructed, accepted as gifts, or transferred. Assigns and affix bar codes to all incoming capital/controlled equipment. Replaces missing bar codes on equipment. Identifies missing, worn out, obsolete or unused items for investigation, condemnation, sale adjustment, or possible transfer. Organizes and inventories all surplus equipment. Takes complete physical inventory accounting of departmental equipment by reviewing department's inventory printout and locating each piece of equipment assigned to the respective departments. Works with department personnel in locating missing equipment. Recordkeeping and Reporting: Assists in the documentation of lost, stolen, destroyed equipment according to procedures. Coordinates the establishment and maintenance of a complete inventory record of all physical equipment for which the activity is accountable. Ensures all excel property is sent (documented) to the Surplus Department in order to comply with state laws on the disposition of property. Input property information and location changes in FAIS/FAMIS. Maintains accountability records as required by State and Federal statutes. Prepares reports as requested. Reports equipment not located and each piece located but not on department printout. Completes all property forms. Completes annual inventory certifications. Supervision: Supervise and train inventory staff. Move Tracking: Coordinates movement and tracking of equipment. Planning: Participates in the planning and coordination of the workstation upgrade program (WUP) and Open Access Lab upgrades. Procedures: Advises staff with property management guidance and assistance to all personnel. Coordinates the maintenance of departmental standard operating procedures (SOP's) for the following: Capital asset procurements and disposition of capital assets, movement of assets, and reconciliation for the FFX module on a monthly basis, spot checks and others as needed. Training and Professional Development: Participates in training and professional development sessions. Completes training. Trains and educates personnel on Property Management procedures. Monitoring: Performs periodic audits/spot-checks of bar code tags, equipment, and inventory. Other duties as required.

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add to favorites Senior Research Staff Assistant
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking a Senior Research Staff Assistant.

Support Staff Full-Time Temporary

Salary Range $35,960 to $47,403

As part of the ongoing work in the Cote Sud Initiative and the African Soils Information System (AFSIS), CIESIN will continue to develop survey data collection tools and data management systems. This position is to support the development of these tools and systems including writing the data entry templates in CSPro, writing the logic for cleaning scripts and data entry error reports. This position support preliminary report compilation, data analysis and data cleaning. This position will also support the development of the AfSIS project website and data portal.

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add to favorites Courier
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Miami University in Coral Gables, Florida is seeking applications for a Courier.

The University of Miami is committed to educating and nurturing students, creating knowledge, and providing service to our community and beyond. We are leaders in the area of education, scholarship, intercollegiate athletics and service. Come join our team!

The University of Miami is seeking for a Courier who handles transmittal of critical, and often confidential, materials between University Advancement's four locations, and the Senior Vice President for University Advancement and External Affairs, the President's office, General Counsel, Board of Trustees, Trustees and donors.

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add to favorites Resident Musician
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Denison University in Granville, Ohio is seeking a Resident Musician.

Basic Function: Coordinate all the sound and music needs for the Department of Dance including accompaniment, sound engineering, music composition, performance and administration.

Essential Job Functions: Provide accompaniment for dance classes (African/Diasporan, Modern/Postmodern regularly and ballet and dance studies courses when needed), and guest artists. Provide Guest Lectures in Music Theory. Act as sound engineer for dance productions and be able to provide advice on sound equipment purchase and maintenance. Compose original music for dance and perform for presentations as appropriate. Manage sound equipment (both music instruments and electronic equipment). Work with students and faculty on sound and music needs as they arise.

Perform related duties as required.

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add to favorites Husbandry Care Technician
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Georgetown University in Washington DC is currently seeking applications for a Husbandry Care Technician.

This is a term position expiring on or about July 31, 2012.

The Laboratory Animal Care Technician performs daily husbandry for laboratory animals, including handling, feeding, watering, changing cages and monitoring health of laboratory animals. The incumbent will follow standard operating procedures and maintain compliance with acceptable laws and regulations. The technician will assist with cage wash and autoclave operations and sanitize areas or equipment according to schedule. Verbal and written communication skills must be adequate to read and follow instructions.
The normal work week (40 hours) will include weekends. Overtime and holidays will be scheduled in advance.

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add to favorites Water Efficiency Intern
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The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) is a non-profit global environmental organization with more than 1.2 million members and online activists. We have offices in New York, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Montana, and Beijing, China. Our staff of over 350 includes lawyers, scientists, economists, policy analysts and environmental experts work to protect the environment and public health through advocacy and education.

Position Summary:
NRDC is seeking an Intern to work in its Santa Monica, CA office. The intern will work with the Water Efficiency program by assisting in research on the implementation of water conservation legislation. The intern will work on evaluating the accuracy of water use reported in Urban Water Management Plans, prepared by urban water suppliers as required by the Water Conservation Act of 2009, also known as “20x2020”. Responsibilities will include research on population (historical and projected), evaluations of baseline water use calculations, and assisting NRDC staff in the collection of data, data analysis, and report writing. This is an unpaid 3month internship.

Learning Objective:
The selected intern will gain valuable experience evaluating the implementation of environmental legislation in California and understanding the role organizations like NRDC play in the implementation of such legislation. The intern will also gain valuable insight into the role that the analysis of technical data plays at a leading environmental non-profit organization.

Skills and Knowledge Requirements:
• Open to students currently enrolled in a civil/environmental engineering, water resources, urban planning, public policy or related college graduate program or a law degree program.
• Interest in water supply, water conservation, and water use efficiency issues.
• Ability to write in a clear/concise manner.
• Strong data analysis skills.
• Ability to commit 10-20 hours per week.

To apply, please visit no later than October 19, 2011. Please include a cover letter, resume, and 2 brief writing samples. No phone calls or faxes. Please reference where you saw this posting. NRDC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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add to favorites Research Assistant (Intern)
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The CS Fund is seeking a Research Assistant to support program staff in the areas of economic globalization and food sovereignty. This position requires a high degree of skill in research, analysis and writing. Research Assistant must work in the foundation office, located in rural Sonoma County, California. Information about the CS Fund’s grantmaking can be found at

Job duties include:

* Reviewing and evaluating grant proposals.
* Undertaking related research.
* Assisting with writing detailed funding recommendations, including financial analyses, for presentation to the foundation’s board of directors.

Qualifications and Attributes

We are looking for candidates with the following personal attributes and professional capabilities:

* An understanding of progressive social change.
* Commitment to the foundation’s mission and goals.
* Intellectual curiosity, strategic thinking, research and writing skills, and an exceptional ability to synthesize and analyze information.
* The ability to balance initiative with willingness to take direction.
* The ability to work independently and as part of a team, as appropriate.
* The ability to perform under pressure and meet deadlines.

Timing and Compensation

The position will commence in January 2012 and last for three months with the possibility of extension. The position is paid, but does not include benefits.


The position will remain open until filled. To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and writing sample to No phone inquiries please.