Lecturer

May 3, 2021

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first_imgOpen until filledYes Is this a Position of Trust?No Working TitleLecturer Location of VacancyAthens Area A background in physical, analytical, or inorganic chemistry isdesirable. Tenure StatusNon-Tenure Track Posting Details Does this position require a P-Card?No EEO Statement Retirement PlanTRS or ORP DepartmentFranklin College Chemistry Department Credit and P-Card policy College/Unit/Department websitehttps://www.chem.uga.edu/ Is having a P-Card an essential function of this position?No The Department of Chemistry at the University of Georgia seeks tohire a Lecturer, non-tenure track, faculty position. A PhD inChemistry or related field is required. The lecturer will teach inthe department’s General Chemistry programs. The starting date forthis position is August 1, 2021. Preferred Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and/or Competencies Job Posting Date11/17/2020 Benefits EligibilityBenefits Eligible Candidates should electronically submit a cover letter describingtheir interest and qualifications, a vita, and a description oftheir teaching philosophy tohttp://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/173778. The names and contactinformation for three individuals, who will serve as references,are also required. Questions related to the position may bedirected to the search committee chair, Prof. Suzanne Ellenberger([email protected]).The Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, its many units, and theUniversity of Georgia are committed to increasing the diversity ofits faculty and students and sustaining a work and learningenvironment that is inclusive. Women, minorities, and people withdisabilities are encouraged to apply.Persons needing accommodations or assistance with the accessibilityof materials related to this search are encouraged to contactCentral HR ([email protected]). Please do not contact the department orsearch committee with such requests. Special Instructions to Applicants Terminal degree in a disciplinary area related to the position’sresponsibilities. The University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/AffirmativeAction employer. All qualified applicants will receiveconsideration for employment without regard to race, color,religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, geneticinformation, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation orprotected veteran status. Persons needing accommodations orassistance with the accessibility of materials related to thissearch are encouraged to contact Central HR ([email protected]). The University of Georgia ( UGA ), a land-grant and sea-grantuniversity with statewide commitments and responsibilities is thestate’s oldest, most comprehensive, and most diversifiedinstitution of higher education ( http://www.uga.edu/ ). UGA is currentlyranked among the top 20 public universities in U.S. News &World Report. The University’s main campus is located in Athens,approximately 65 miles northeast of Atlanta, with extended campusesin Atlanta, Griffin, Gwinnett, and Tifton. UGA was founded in 1785by the Georgia General Assembly as the first state-charteredUniversity in the country. UGA employs approximately 1,800full-time instructional faculty and more than 7,600 full-timestaff. The University’s enrollment exceeds 36,000 studentsincluding over 27,500 undergraduates and over 8,500 graduate andprofessional students. Academic programs reside in 17 schools andcolleges, as well as a medical partnership with Augusta Universityhoused on the UGA Health Sciences Campus in Athens. Posting NumberF0742P Posting TypeExternal Be advised a credit check will be required for all positions withfinancial responsibilities. For additional information about thecredit check criteria, visit the UGA Credit Background Check website.center_img FLSA Physical Demands About the University of Georgia PhD in Chemistry Does this position have Security Access (e.g., public safety,IT security, personnel records, patient records, or access tochemicals and medications)No UnderutilizationMinorities & Females Is driving a responsibility of this position?No Effective End Date (for Limited-Term postings) Relevant/Preferred Education, Experience, Licensure, and/orCertification Job Closing Date Contract TypeAcademic (9 mo.) Minimum Qualifications Does this position have operation, access, or control offinancial resources?No Advertised SalaryCommensurate with Experience Additional Requirements Faculty RankLecturer Does this position have direct interaction or care of childrenunder the age of 18 or direct patient care?No Anticipated Start Date08/01/2021 Position Details Position Summary Classification TitleLecturer Employment TypeEmployee About the College/Unit/Department Duties/ResponsibilitiesPosting Specific QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResume/CVCover LetterList of References with Contact InformationTeaching Portfolio/PhilosophyOptional Documentslast_img read more


EXCLUSIVE Mace hosts wellbeing week for 6300 global staff

September 15, 2019

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first_imgEXCLUSIVE: Construction and facilities management organisation Mace hosted a wellbeing week for its 6,300 worldwide employees in November 2018, to help launch its annual engagement and wellbeing survey, as well as to align with its five-year health and wellbeing plan.Mace has employees operating in over 40 countries, with more than 300 UK-based construction projects.Spearheaded by 153 global employee wellbeing ambassadors, the wellbeing week ran during the week of 5 November 2018, in 50 sites across the majority of Mace’s operating countries, although some locations hosted the wellbeing week at a different time, in order to accommodate business priorities. The wellbeing ambassadors were given the responsibility of organising the wellbeing week activities, structured around a ‘five ways of wellbeing’ theme.Dr Judith Grant, director of health and wellbeing at Mace, said: “[We] really empowered [the wellbeing ambassadors] to come up with what works for them, because what works for us in London may be very different to what works for some of our teams in Dubai or Pakistan, and wellbeing will mean different things to different people. Using the ‘five ways to wellbeing‘ was a nice structure that everyone could understand and then set up what they wanted to do individually.”The five pillars involved in this theme are: give, take notice, be active, keep learning and connect. Based around these principles, the organisation recorded 350 different activities that were planned as part of the wellbeing week. Among others, these included volunteering opportunities, lunchtime walks, tea and talk sessions, attending art galleries, yoga classes, spinning sessions, high intensity interval training workouts, art classes and Spanish tutorials.Employees were also encouraged to network with each other while participating in activities, and many staff engaged using #MaceWellbeingWeek on social media.The wellbeing week corresponded with Mace’s wider five-year health and wellbeing plan, which will be a focus for the business until 2022. One pillar of this strategy is around creating wellbeing opportunities and raising awareness of the available support that can help employees with their health and wellness. This is where the wellbeing week fits into Mace’s broader wellbeing roadmap. “It has to be part of a wider health and wellbeing strategy,” Grant explained. “Wellbeing week was one element of a far wider organisational strategy to improve health and wellbeing.”The other pillars of Mace’s five-year plan include managing the health risks common in the construction industry, such as noise, dust and stress, becoming thought leaders and sharing best practice to champion health and wellness within the sector, developing healthy buildings to minimise health and wellbeing risks and looking at community wellbeing and sustainability, for example carbon emissions and sourcing resources responsibly.Mace further used its wellbeing week to launch its wellbeing and engagement survey, which this year generated a 68% response rate. The 2017 edition of the survey was used to inform and underpin the organisation’s health and wellbeing plan, so the 2018 survey was designed to track changes and developments, as well as to generate leading indicators that demonstrate the wellbeing of the business.The survey covered topics such as employee resilience, job satisfaction, engagement, and healthy behaviour habits and information; the latter category includes, for example, smoking, diet, hydration and exercise, sleep, psychological wellbeing and mental health, stress, working relationships, workloads and productivity.The 2018 survey was communicated to employees using a multi-pronged approach, comprising messages on the intranet, webinars with wellbeing ambassadors, emails, and briefing sessions with the HR team, health, safety and wellbeing team and the sustainability team, who would cascade information back to the business. The survey was also championed by the organisation’s chief executive officer and board members.The data from the 2018 survey is still being collated and will be fed back to both the group board and employees in February 2019.Grant concluded: “We recognise the wellbeing week on its own is not a wellbeing strategy. As part of a well-put-together health and wellbeing plan, it can, [however], be a really effective way of engaging with the business and encouraging people to engage with the wider wellbeing agenda.”last_img read more