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Purpose ofPosition:The Director of CampusOperations serves as a key resource and advises leadership on abroad range of student, faculty, staff, and executive servicematters at the School of Advanced International Studies(SAIS).In support of SAISobjectives, this role leads and oversees facilities, IT services,student support, events management, parking, cafeteria, shuttleservices, space planning, mail delivery, building maintenance andserves as the alternate Incident Commander and works andcoordinates closely with head of security.The operations team servesas an initial face of the school for prospective and currentstudents and visitors in Washington, DC, and the Director leads theculture of client-centric service. This role also represents SAISat the JHU level, serving on advisement committees regarding campusoperations.This leadership roleprovides strategic consultation to Divisional Business Officer andother leadership direction on a complex range of student andfaculty service matters.Knowledge andSkill:Leadership includingcommand and control of facilities and operational situations thatarise, requiring the ability to quickly assess a situation, andlead resources to address itStrong interpersonal andteam working skills that enable incumbent to interact effectivelywith all levels including senior leadership, adult learners,current and prospective students, full-time and part-time facultyand the general publicStrong problem solving andanalysis skills to address a wide variety of situationsAbility to gather,analyze, report and make recommendations based on campus centerenrollment, staffing projections, and other dataStrong project managementskillsStrong working knowledgeand experience with purchasing and operating budgetsStrong oral and writtencommunication skillsProven ability to coach,counsel, develop and supervise staff and contract staff at avariety of levels, from management to porter/facilitiesstaffAbility to interact with adiverse population and sensitivity to issues to ensure effectivemulti-cultural communicationHigh degree of comfortwith technology and professionalism when using electroniccommunication methods.Strong working knowledgeof all SAIS divisions and programs preferred; ability to quicklylearnStrong working knowledgeof admissions, registration, student accounts, and graduationproceduresStrong working knowledgeof electronic systems and databases including MS Office; SAP, andSIS knowledge preferredExcellent listeningskillsHighly attentive todetailEducation,Experience, Licensure, Certification:Bachelor’s degreerequired7 years of experienceproviding facilities and operations supervision/leadershiprequired; specific experience in an academic environmentpreferredAdditional relatedexperience may substitute for required education, to the extentpermitted by the JHU equivalency statement.Internal andExternal Contacts:Internal: Dean’s office,Faculty, Student Services, and various other staffExternal: JHU Security, DCSecurity, JHU Facilities and Real Estate, vendors andcontractorsEssentialDuties & Responsibilities:Serves as second incommand to the Sr. Associate Dean of Finance and Administration inhis/her absence for issues surrounding SAIS operations.Develops policies andprocedures for facilities, security, incident command, IT servicesand planning student support, events, parking, cafeteria, shuttlesservices, gift shop, space planning and building maintenance inconjunction with program managers/directors.Directs the operations,facility management, cafeteria, IT, and events management teamsincluding numerous contractor staff personnel supporting facilitiesand manage all related projects.Serves in a leadershiprole for crisis management incidents for Washington, DC campusalong with the head of security and the senior associate dean offinance and administration. Provides expertise on crowd control,medical emergencies, and every type of campus evacuation or safetyrisk mitigation scenario.Responsible for strategicdirection of services and operations for DC Campus.Directs facilitiesoperations and oversight of facilities usage and spaceplanning.Provides strategicconsultation to Sr. Associate Dean of Finance and Operations andother leadership on a complex range of student and faculty servicematters and supervises overall facility response to inquiries andrequestsServes as an advisor tothe senior associate dean for finance and operations and head ofcampus security on security related mattersNegotiates contracts withvendors, services representatives and contractors to ensurecompetitive rates and positive ROIOversees departmentbudget; responsible for approval of charges to the departmentbudget; reconciles monthly budget reports, and annual budgetprojections. Responsible for producing financial reports andproviding financial analyses to leadership. Provides forecasts forbudgeting and strategic planning in support of School’s fiscal yearbudgets.In collaboration withsenior leadership, define and measure financial goals foroperations activities.Ability to work a flexibleschedule required, including routinely working early evening hoursand occasionally working later evening and weekend hours whennecessary.Reviews, evaluates, setpriorities, and determines responsibility for all day to dayactivities listed above.Other duties asassignedClassifiedTitle:Director Campus OperationsRole/Level/Range: ATP/04/PF Starting Salary Range:Commensurate withExperienceEmployee group: Full Time Schedule: M-F/8:30am-5:00pm Exempt Status: ExemptLocation: 01-DC:District of Columbia Department name: 60005651-Operations Personnel area: SAISThe successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject toa pre-employment background check.If you are interested in applying for employment with The JohnsHopkins University and require special assistance or accommodationduring any part of the pre-employment process, please contact theHR Business Services Office [email protected] For TTYusers, call via Maryland Relay or dial 711.The following additional provisions may apply dependingon which campus you will work. Your recruiter will adviseaccordingly.During the Influenza (“the flu”) season, as a condition ofemployment, The Johns Hopkins Institutions require all employeeswho provide ongoing services to patients or work in patient care orclinical care areas to have an annual influenza vaccination orpossess an approved medical or religious exception. Failure to meetthis requirement may result in termination of employment.The pre-employment physical for positions in clinical areas,laboratories, working with research subjects, or involvingcommunity contact requires documentation of immune status againstRubella (German measles), Rubeola (Measles), Mumps, Varicella(chickenpox), Hepatitis B and documentation of having received theTdap (Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) vaccination. This may includedocumentation of having two (2) MMR vaccines; two (2) Varicellavaccines; or antibody status to these diseases from laboratorytesting. Blood tests for immunities to these diseases areordinarily included in the pre-employment physical exam except forthose employees who provide results of blood tests or immunizationdocumentation from their own health care providers. Anyvaccinations required for these diseases will be given at no costin our Occupational Health office.Equal Opportunity EmployerNote: Job Postings are updated daily and remain online untilfilled.EEO is the LawLearn more:https://www.eeoc.gov/sites/default/files/migrated_files/employers/poster_screen_reader_optimized.pdf Capital Project Manager – DC Metro The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to apre-employment background check.If you are interested in applying for employment with The JohnsHopkins University and require special assistance or accommodationduring any part of the pre-employment process, please contact theHR Business Services Office at [email protected] For TTYusers, call via Maryland Relay or dial 711.The following additional provisions may apply depending on whichcampus you will work. Your recruiter will adviseaccordingly.During the Influenza (“the flu”) season, as a condition ofemployment, The Johns Hopkins Institutions require all employeeswho provide ongoing services to patients or work in patient care orclinical care areas to have an annual influenza vaccination orpossess an approved medical or religious exception. Failure to meetthis requirement may result in termination of employment.The pre-employment physical for positions in clinical areas,laboratories, working with research subjects, or involvingcommunity contact requires documentation of immune status againstRubella (German measles), Rubeola (Measles), Mumps, Varicella(chickenpox), Hepatitis B and documentation of having received theTdap (Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) vaccination. This may includedocumentation of having two (2) MMR vaccines; two (2) Varicellavaccines; or antibody status to these diseases from laboratorytesting. 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Valentin Inzko fights back, and raises a laugh.The European Union has often been criticised for its reluctance to take a firm line on the political paralysis in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where the Bosnian Serbs, led by Milorad Dodik, refuse to hand over more powers to the central government to help advance the country’s ambition for closer ties with the Union. But the Lisbon treaty appears to have emboldened Valentin Inzko, the EU’s special representative in the country. He took part in a debate with Dodik in Sarajevo on 23 February – an unprecedented event, especially given Dodik’s distaste for travelling to Sarajevo, a Muslim-majority city that he has likened to Tehran. At the end of the debate, which was mostly a monologue by Dodik in response to (mostly pre-approved) questions from an invited audience, Dodik was asked how he saw Bosnia two years hence. “Without Inzko,” was his response, followed by laughter from the audience. Inzko’s reply to the same question – “Without Dodik” – provoked even more laughs. Was this the birth of a new EU policy of regime change among the Bosnian Serbs, announced by the soft-spoken, bow-tie wearing Inzko?
But Trump didn’t mince words in linking Muslims to the proliferation of terrorism around the world.“We have radical Islamic terrorism all over the world. You can go to Paris, you can go to San Bernardino, all over the world: If they want to deny it, they can deny it. I don’t choose to deny it,” he said.Trump’s comments came one day after he claimed he would make an “exception” for London’s first Muslim mayor, Sadiq Khan, to enter the U.S.“There will always be exceptions,” he told The New York Times on Tuesday, while adding he was happy Khan was elected in the city.Khan was not impressed with Trump’s gesture, telling CNN that the Manhattan billionaire was “ignorant” about Islam and that he hoped he would lose the U.S. election.Later on Wednesday, Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren also asked about Trump’s immigration plans, including forming a commission to work on his proposed Muslim ban. Donald Trump has demoted his proposed Muslim immigration ban to a mere “suggestion.”In a radio interview with Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade on Wednesday, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee softened his call to temporarily prohibit Muslims from entering the United States.“We have a serious problem. It’s a temporary ban. It hasn’t been called for yet. Nobody’s done it. This is just a suggestion until we find out what’s going on,” Trump said. “I’m looking at it very strongly with Rudy Giuliani heading it,” Trump said.“I’ve spoken to him a little while ago. We’re going to put together a group of five or six people. Very, very highly thought of people, and I think Rudy will head it up, and we’ll look at the Muslim ban.”“I have a lot of confidence in Rudy Giuliani,” Trump concluded. Also On POLITICO Sadiq Khan vows to help Hillary Clinton defeat Donald Trump By Tom McTague Sadiq Khan rejects Donald Trump’s offer to be ‘exception’ to Muslim ban By Jules Johnston
The former Belgian prime minister was reacting to statements on Tuesday by newly elected French President Emmanuel Macron and German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble about there being an “open door” for the U.K to return to the EU fold.Verhofstadt said he agreed that could happen but added that any new deal would be with “a new Europe, a Europe without rebates, without complexity, with real powers and with unity.”The leader of the liberal group in the Parliament echoed Macron by saying that once Brexit negotiations get started, the option to return will have gone. Also On POLITICO David Cameron says UK election ups pressure for softer Brexit: report By Zoya Sheftalovich EU on UK: Brexit means Brexit By Nicholas Hirst The European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator, Guy Verhofstadt, said Wednesday he was open to the U.K. changing its mind and staying in the European Union.But he warned that it should not expect the conditions to remain the same.“If Britain changes its mind, it would find an open door. But like Alice in Wonderland, not all the doors are the same. It will be a brand new door, to a new Europe,” Verhofstadt tweeted.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — NASCAR and the NASCAR Hall of Fame today announced legendary motorsports reporter Steve Waid as the eighth recipient of the Squier-Hall Award for NASCAR Media Excellence.A familiar face in the NASCAR garage for nearly 50 years, Waid began covering motorsports in 1972 for the Martinsville Bulletin before a 10-year stint at the Roanoke Times & World News.In 1981, Waid moved to Grand National Scene, a weekly NASCAR publication – and the spot where Waid cemented his legacy as a NASCAR media giant. Waid would later become publisher of what became known as NASCAR Scene and the monthly magazine NASCAR Illustrated, remaining with the publications until his retirement from full-time reporting in 2010.“For decades, Steve Waid tirelessly worked the NASCAR garage, becoming a familiar, trusted and beloved voice to both competitors and the passionate fans alike,” said Brian France, NASCAR chairman and CEO. “Waid’s distinct voice elevated NASCAR Scene into a must-read publication each week, and we are thankful that he continues to share his literary talents with our fans. The Squier-Hall Award for NASCAR Media Excellence is NASCAR’s highest honor to the media, and Steve is an absolutely deserving recipient.”Waid, who served as president of the National Motorsports Press Association President (NMPA) for 12 years, has won several journalism awards, including the George Cunningham Award as NMPA Writer of the Year and the Henry T. McLemore Award for outstanding lifetime contributions to motorsports.In addition to penning widely read stories for daily, weekly and monthly publications, Waid co-authored a biography on Junior Johnson with fellow Squier-Hall Award recipient Tom Higgins. He also appeared on several television and radio programs dedicated to NASCAR.Waid will be honored during 2019 NASCAR Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony festivities and featured in an exhibit in the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, North Carolina.Waid was among eight nominees voted upon by a panel comprised of NASCAR and NASCAR Hall of Fame executives, journalists, public relations representatives and former competitors. The Squier-Hall Award was created in 2012 to honor the contributions of media to the success of the sport. Legendary broadcasters Ken Squier and Barney Hall, for whom the award is named, were its initial recipients. Chris Economaki, Tom Higgins, Steve Byrnes, Benny Phillips and Norma “Dusty” Brandel have since won the award.The other seven nominees were:Russ Catlin, one of the best-known early racing writers and historians, served as editor of Speed Age Magazine.George Cunningham, covered NASCAR for a variety of outlets, including The Charlotte Observer, The Atlanta Constitution and NASCAR Scene.Shav Glick, covered motorsports for the Los Angeles Times for 37 years, bringing NASCAR coverage to the West Coast.Mike Harris, covered NASCAR for more than 40 years for the Associated Press.Bob Jenkins, served as the lead NASCAR lap-by-lap anchor at ESPN from 1982-2000.Bob Moore, spent more than 20 years as a NASCAR beat writer including stints with the Daytona Beach News-Journal and The Charlotte Observer.T. Taylor Warren, best known for his three-wide photo of the 1959 Daytona 500 finish, he covered every Daytona 500 until his death in 2008.
On Sunday, Goose released pro-shot video of “Jive Lee” from the band’s performance at Yarmouth Drive-In on September 11th. The band also revived its “Soundboard Sunday” tradition by releasing full audio from the Yarmouth, MA concert on Bandcamp and Nugs.The concert on Cape Cod served as Goose’s return to performing before a live audience for the first time since March 11th. Since emerging from quarantine, the ever-rising jam act has played socially-distanced and drive-in concerts throughout the Northeast. Up next, Goose is off to Legend Valley in Thornville, OH for a concert on October 15th.Related: All Good Presents Adds Hot Tuna, PPPP, Goose, CloZee To ‘Showtime At The Drive-In’ SeriesComing out of “Jive I”, this 12-minute run through the instrumental compendium gets going immediately with help from the recent addition of Jeff Arevalo. With the added texture of his auxiliary percussion, Goose has been able to soar to new heights and this live cut is certainly no exception. From Rick Mitarotonda‘s fiery peaks on guitar to Ben Atkind‘s builds on drums, this song is a paradigm for the band’s ability to come right out of the gate with the kind of energy that made them a household name over the past year.Watch Goose perform “Jive Lee” at the Yarmouth Drive-In on September 11th. Click here to listen to the full soundboard recordings on either Bandcamp or Nugs.Goose – “Jive Lee” – Yarmouth, MA – 9/11/20[Video: Goose]
In a Thursday email to the student body, Holy Cross dean of students Andrew Polaniecki outlined procedures and protocols for the safe return of students to campus this fall, including COVID-19 testing and residential life expectations.All students will be required to take a COVID-19 test within 10 days prior to returning to campus, according to the email. While students can request a test be mailed to their homes, Polaniecki said students are encouraged to find a testing site in their local community. Students with positive test results will be asked to stay home and quarantine for 2 weeks before being approved to return to campus.“The job for all of us is to look out for one another,” Polaniecki said in the email. “Be smart in the two weeks prior to the semester’s start.”Polaniecki said residence hall staff have been approved to move in July 30 while other students eligible for early arrival — including international students — have been contacted individually. First-year students will move in Aug. 7-8 while upperclassmen will move in Aug. 9. First-year room assignments are scheduled to be released July 10. Face coverings and social distancing will be mandated during the move-in period.All students will receive a welcome package with hand disinfectant, a thermometer and at least two masks upon arrival, according to the email.Residence halls will operate at standard capacity with every room considered a “household” for contact tracing purposes. Besides their own rooms, students are expected to follow health precautions.“Students will not need to wear masks when they are in their assigned rooms, but they must wear masks in all other rooms and common spaces, including hallways, lounges and visiting other dormmates,” Polaniecki said in the email.In regard to dining options, the email said Grab and Go and outside dining would be available in addition to indoor dining, where social distancing will be enforced.“In the dining hall, disposable ware will be used, self-service buffets will be replaced with individually portioned, served buffets and other modifications to the space will be made to ensure that we can dine together safely,” Polaniecki said in the email.To ensure the safety of the entire Holy Cross community, Polaniecki said every student and staff member will be required to complete a daily self-screen so that medical personnel can identify students that need to be tested.The email said off-campus students would be asked to complete any quarantine or isolate time in their own housing, and the College has partnered with off-campus housing to isolate students who live on campus.“Isolation rooms on campus and University Edge have been identified for any on-campus infected student,” Polaniecki said. “These students will also be checked on daily and will be provided food and other essentials.”Polaniecki said students will be encouraged to utilize outdoor space for activities and recreation in group settings given the nature of the transmission of the virus.“Student activities, Campus Ministry, hall staff and others that help provide campus programming are eager to meet with students for conversation, pastoral support and program planning,” Polaniecki said.Tags: COVID-19, fall semester 2020, Holy Cross College, Move-in
Lamar sports informationSAN FRANCISCO — The Lamar men’s basketball team shot better than 57 percent in the second half against San Francisco, but couldn’t overcome an early second-half surge from the Dons. USF used a 14-2 second-half run to pull away from LU handing the Red and White an 82-63 setback.“I wasn’t happy with our performance tonight,” said LU head coach Tic Price. “We had a couple kids get sick on this trip and our last three practices haven’t been up to our standards. I was very concerned about this game tonight. I take my hat off to USF. That is a very good basketball team and they were ready to play tonight.”The Cardinals (4-3) shot 47 percent from the field, but could manage just 4 of 13 (.308) from beyond the arc. USF’s hot start to the second half led to a 50-percent performance from the field for the game. The Dons were held well below their season-average from beyond the arc knocking down just 7-of-25 (.280) attempts.After outrebounding Idaho State by 19 three nights ago, the Cardinals were outrebounded Friday by 10, 37-27, including 14 offensive rebounds for the Dons. Their advantage on the glass led to a 23-8 difference in second change points.The Cardinals were led in scoring by junior Colton Weisbrod who finished the night with 24 points and eight rebounds. Native Californian Joey Frenchwood added 18 points on 7-of-11 shooting.LU did a good job of keeping USF’s leading scorer, Ronnie Boyce, a non-factor. He was held to eight points on 4-of-12 shooting. Chase Foster led the Dons with 20 points.After a slow start, the Cardinals finished the first half shooting 13-of-32 (.406) from the field. LU’s defense also held San Francisco just a tick below its season average in the opening half, 15-of-31 (.484). Unfortunately, the Cardinals could not withstand an early second-half surge from their opponents. USF opened the second half with a 14-2 run to build an 18-point advantage less than four minutes into the half. Big Red never got closer than 15 points after that.
Lauren Wolf, who had filed to run for the council position being vacated by Michael Kelly in Prairie Village’s Ward 3, has announced that she will not actively campaign and instead is throwing her support behind Eric Mikkelson, who also has filed for the seat.Register to continue