first_imgOne to five years’experience in instruction or formalized education process,preferably in a post-secondary or college institution. Computer basedskills (i.e., software, analytical, and report writingskills) Relatesprofessional/life/industry experience to learning by thecontinuation of professional/technical skills development, theintroduction of industry perspective into courses, and the activeawareness of professional/industry trends andopportunities. KEY JOB ELEMENTS: Providescompetency-based education which aligns with the South Universitymodel of curricula as well as supports the South University styleof system delivery. Outstandingconflict resolution skills. Manages thelearning environment through keeping accurate records, submittinggrades and other reports on time, and enforcing school/campusacademic and attendance policies. Membership in aprofessional association tied to area of instructionpreferred. Other details Demonstrated timemanagement and detail-oriented skills ENVIRONMENT:The workenvironment characteristics described here are representative ofthose an employee encounters while performing the essentialfunctions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made toenable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform theessential functions. The term “qualified individual with adisability” means an individual with a disability who, with orwithout reasonable accommodation, can perform the essentialfunctions of the position. While performing the duties of this job,the employee is regularly required to communicate professionally inperson, over the telephone, through email and other electronicmeans, move about the office or school, handle various types ofmedia and equipment, and visually or otherwise identify, observeand assess. The employee is occasionally required to lift up to 10pounds unless otherwise specified in the jobdescription.SouthUniversity is an Equal Opportunity Employer and embraces diversityas a critical step in ensuring employee, student and graduatesuccess. We are committed to building and developing a diverseenvironment where a variety of ideas, cultures and perspectives canthrive. Contributes to alearning culture by participating on curriculum and system taskforces, supporting local campus events such as orientation andgraduation, and participating in various other workshops andmeetings. Required Education Doctorate relationships withstudent populations. Wednesday, April 28, 2021What’s next for you is the first priorityfor us! With over 45 programs from associate to doctoral degrees,South University is a private institution dedicated to providingeducational opportunities that spark the intellectual, social andprofessional development of a diverse studentpopulation.Our 120-year story—past, present andfuture—is a history formed by the many individuals who havedeveloped the education and spirit of community that have becomeour pledge to the students, faculty, staff, alumni and supportersof South University. Online and at our 8 locations and 2 learningsites, we take pride in our welcoming environment; one-on-onesupport and personalized attention that helps students define goalsand identify the means to pursue them. Our small classes featurehands-on experiences that not only shape students’ skills andexcellence in their chosen fields but also shape their charactersthrough encouraging community involvement, volunteerism and thepursuit of life-long learning.Visit www.southuniversity.edu today to learn moreabout what makes us stand apart as a place to Belong, Believeand Become, a place where you can make a difference in thelives of students eager to learn and grow. Deliverslearning-centered instruction by establishing a classroomenvironment conducive to learning and student involvement as wellas effectively planning and preparing for classes and studentsuccess. POSITION SUMMARY:The instructorfacilitates meaningful learning of the course competencies in thecurriculum and proactively supports all facets of the learningenvironment. The instructor provides education throughlearning-centered instruction that will enable graduates to fulfillthe evolving needs of the market place. The instructor encourages aculture of learning that values mutual responsibility and respect,life-long learning and ethics as well as personal and professionaldevelopment. Incumbent must assure that the South Universityphilosophy is considered in carrying out the duties andresponsibilities of this position: quality services to clients;development, growth, involvement, and recognition of employees;sound economic principles; and maintenance of an environment whichis conducive to innovation, positive thinking and expansion.This is a virtual/remote position. Excellent verbaland written communication skills including the ability to buildsuccessful Designs anddelivers class instruction through the development of instructionalplans to meet course competencies, to create activities whichsupport lesson objectives, and to deliver the instruction asapproved. Experience as a FNPstrongly preferred. REQUIREMENTS: South University, the right direction for abrighter future. DNP or PhD inNursing with FNP certification required. Promotes studentsuccess by showing flexibility in style and work schedule as wellas exhibiting a passion for teaching and students and engagingstudents in the learning process. Enables theachievement of pre-described exit competencies for studentachievement and evaluation of learning by providing instructionwhich fosters competencies and establish student performancecriteria and evaluation.last_img read more

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first_imgQPR saw off Leicester in an action-packed meeting at Loftus Road to start what manager Harry Redknapp described as a “very important period” for his side with a win. The clash with Leicester will have been seen as the first of four winnable home games for the R’s, with Burnley, West Brom and Crystal Palace all visiting west London before Christmas. And Redknapp’s players obliged with a hard-fought 3-2 win that lifts QPR above Leicester and up to 18th in the Barclays Premier League table – with goal difference the only factor keeping them in the relegation zone. Ex-Norwich midfielder Fer was the next to hammer wide before Steven Caulker was unlucky to see a well-struck shot blocked by Morgan as QPR failed to make their ever-increasing dominance pay. With his players proving so profligate, Redknapp saw his side draw level courtesy of an own goal as Morgan could only turn Caulker’s cross past Schmeichel, stumbling over the ball with Eduardo Vargas in close proximity. Green then stopped Leicester immediately re-establishing their lead as he stayed big and denied Vardy from close-range. And it was QPR who got themselves ahead before the interval as Austin finally tested Schmeichel with a point-blank header from Barton’s cross and, although the Dane kept it out, Fer was on hand to hammer his side ahead on the stroke of half-time. Leicester responded well after the interval as Mahrez saw a shot pushed away by Green before Vardy headed a cross from the Algerian against the crossbar. But the hosts remained a threat at the other end as Schmeichel did well to keep out Austin’s drilled effort, with the second half proving as free-flowing as the first as Vardy again wasted a decent chance after a quick Cambiasso free-kick caught the Rangers defence sleeping. The equaliser came shortly afterwards as the impressive Cambiasso showed fantastic composure when collecting the ball at the back post to feed substitute Marc Albrighton. His shot was blocked but Schlupp, who was still dusting himself down having been floored in the build-up, fired in a tremendous 25-yard strike to draw Pearson’ side level. Things nearly got even better for Leicester as Green went missing and Cambiasso’s header was blocked on the line by Henry, with Morgan unable to turn home the rebound. It was QPR cursing their luck next up as the chances to continued to come, with Schmeichel denying Fer from scoring a header. The hosts were ahead from the resulting corner as Onuoha saw his goal-bound effort blocked by David Nugent before Austin was on hand to head home and continue his rich vain of form – converting QPR’s 31st effort of the game as they hung on through six minutes of stoppage time. Things started badly for the hosts as Esteban Cambiasso slotted Leicester in front early on – the first the Foxes had scored following a fallow run of 56 days, or 504 minutes of football, without a goal. QPR recovered to dominate the remainder of the first-half and led at the break through a Wes Morgan own goal and a first club goal for Leroy Fer. Nigel Pearson’s side hit back in the second half as Jeffrey Schlupp drew them level, only for Charlie Austin to hit his fifth goal in as many games with 17 minutes remaining to settle the contest. Leicester fans had been starved of goals since a 2-2 against Burnley on October 5, but they only had to wait just only four minutes for the opening goal here courtesy of a measured finish from Cambiasso. Schlupp rolled the ball into Leonardo Ulloa who was challenged by Nedum Onuoha with the ball breaking kindly to Cambiasso, and the Argentina international needed no invitation to finish accurately past Rob Green and put the visitors in front. Their lead was nearly a short-lived one as Niko Kranjcar’s free-kick was deflected behind for a corner and Fer should have done better when picked out with the resulting set-piece. Riyad Mahrez had scored the Foxes last goal before today, almost nine hours ago in that draw with Burnley, and the Algeria international spurned a great chance to double the visitors’ lead as he steered Jamie Vardy’s pass wide. QPR had yet to test Kasper Schmeichel and their best chance came as Fer cut inside and played in Austin, whose effort was blocked into the path of Karl Henry – but the former Wolves man could only bend a tame shot well wide. Press Associationlast_img read more