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Compulsory liquidation of nationally broadcast independent TV channel TV6

first_imgFrom the information gathered by RSF, an arbitrary court in Moscow upheld the liquidation of TV6 in appeal on November 26. On September 28, 2001, the Russian petroleum company Loukoïl, TV6 shareholder up to 15% via pension funds, announced taking proceedings aiming at closing down TV6 for “mismanagement”. RSF reminds that TV6, of which Boris Berezovski is the main shareholder, had welcomed in May, opposition channel NTV’s journalists with some of their programs. These latter had themselves been ousted after the State had taken control of their media, in Spring 2001, through gas giant Gazprom. Since their arrival, the channel had worked its way to the fourth position in terms of audience, attracted many advertisers and turned out to be critical towards the Authorities. Russian media boss drops the pretence and defends Belarus crackdown May 28, 2021 Find out more In a letter to Mickaïl Lessine, minister of Information, “Reporters sans frontières” (RSF) denounced, on November 29, the liquidation of TV6, one of the last independent television channels widely broadcast in Russia. “By no means do the commercial and financial considerations put forward conceal a policy systematically hostile to popular television channels not controlled by the State”, declared Robert Ménard, general secretary of the organisation. “From now on, TV6 is the target of the authorities who seem to be using the same methods as those implemented to oust NTV”, added Robert Ménard. “We welcome opening of criminal investigation in Lithuania in response to our complaint against Lukashenko” RSF says News June 2, 2021 Find out more News Help by sharing this information BelarusEurope – Central Asia Follow the news on Belarus Receive email alerts News to go further November 29, 2001 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Compulsory liquidation of nationally broadcast independent TV channel TV6 Organisation RSF at the Belarusian border: “The terrorist is the one who jails journalists and intimidates the public” May 27, 2021 Find out more News RSF_en BelarusEurope – Central Asia last_img read more

Letter to PM Ghedi after female journalist beaten up by militia

first_img Organisation February 24, 2021 Find out more News SomaliaAfrica News RSF and NUSOJ call for release of a journalist held in Somalia’s Puntland region March 2, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information RSF_en Follow the news on Somalia SomaliaAfrica center_img News News Radio reporter gunned on city street in central Somalia Receive email alerts RSF requests urgent adoption of moratorium on arrests of journalists January 8, 2021 Find out more Honourable Professor Ali Mohammed GhediPrime MinisterTransitional Federal Government of SomaliaBaidoa, SomaliaParis and Mogadishu, 2 June 2006Dear Professor Ali,The Paris-based international press freedom organisation, Reporters Without Borders, and the Mogadishu-based National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) would like to jointly express their deep concern about attacks on journalist Maryan Mohamud Qalanjo of Radio Shabelle, yesterday in the city of Baidoa.Ms. Maryan was assaulted twice by militias loyal to the Rahanweyn Resistance Army (RRA) of the Digil and Mirifle ethnic group, who control the southwestern regions of Bakool and Bay, because of controversial reports aired on Radio Shabelle.Ms Maryan was first attacked in the airport of Baidoa where she had gone to cover your arrival from Nairobi and the return of the speaker of the Transitional Federal Parliament, Sharif Hassan Sheik Adan, from Galka’yo.The same militias were responsible for the second attack, which took place at her hotel. She was forcibly removed from her room, hit several times with gun butts and taken to Baidoa police station, eye-witnesses said. She is currently suffering from pain in the head, the kidney area, and the spine as a result of these blows.Col. Hassan Mohammed Nur, who is your government’s farming minister and at the same time the acting interior minister, subsequently ordered her release but banned her from working as a journalist.We are aware of the dangers that can result from the publication of false news in these times of great tension in Somalia, but nothing can justify treating a journalist in such an inhumane manner.We therefore appeal to you to ensure that orders are given to the security forces under your command to respect the work of the media and that, in the event that your government wants to protest against a news item, it should do so with the professional organisations that have competence for dealing with such legitimate requests.In this particular case, we ask you to lift the ban imposed on Ms. Maryan, or at least to set a date in the very near future when she may go back to work.We trust that you will give thoughtful consideration to our requests.Yours truly,Robert MénardSecretary generalReporters Without BordersOmar Faruk OsmanSecretary generalNUSOJ to go further June 2, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Letter to PM Ghedi after female journalist beaten up by militialast_img read more

Bishop says Limerick is not living up to its obligations to…

first_imgFacebook Bishop Brendan LeahyBishop Brendan Leahy has said that Limerick is not living up to its obligations to support asylum seekers, especially in terms of their living conditions.Addressing the congregation at Raheen parish in Limerick this morning, Bishop Leahy said that although there are a number of excellent local groups supporting migrants and refugees, “in some respects, not least in terms of living conditions, we are not living up to our obligation to support asylum seekers”.In his New Year’s ‘World Day of Peace’ homily, he said that migrants need to be allowed to participate fully in Irish society and we need to be particularly vigilant to avoid exploitation of women and children.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “I am pleased the Limerick Social Services Council, set up by the Diocese, manages to offer support to migrants. There are others who also do good work, such as Doras Luimni. Our schools do great work in welcoming, protecting, promoting and integrating.“But we can’t deny there are many migrants and refugees among us looking for homes, friendship, help.“Asylum seekers are living in dire circumstances not far from us. For each of us, personally but also as a parish and as a diocese, Pope Francis’ message comes as a pressing invitation,” he added.Bishop Leahy said that the Pope’s four pronged strategy – welcoming, protecting, promoting and integrating – for addressing the refugee and migrant crisis internationally is equally applicable to us in Ireland.“This year, Pope Francis has chosen a topic very dear to his heart, a topic about which he often speaks and acts – the theme of migrants and refugees. They are constantly in his prayers. He reminds us there are over 250 million migrants worldwide, of whom 22.5 million are refugees. In Ireland we have a particular sensitivity to the theme of migration, emigration,” he said.“We need to do all we can to welcome migrants.  We need to be on the look out to make sure migrants, especially women and children, are not exposed to risks or being exploited.“In Ireland we need to support the human development of migrants and refugees, ensuring access to all levels of education for children and young people.  This will enable them not only to cultivate and realize their potential, but also equip them better in their turn to go out and encounter others in a spirit of dialogue rather than confrontation.“To welcome migrants means we also need to know how to allow them participate fully in our society. It is to the benefit of us all.”More news on society here Changes to the Student Support Scheme for people living in Direct Provision Limerick schools urged to get involved in STEM challenge Email Students in Limerick colleges to benefit from more than €1.5M funding to assist with online learning WhatsApp Advertisement TAGSAsylum seekersBishop Brendan LeahyDoras LuimníeducationexploitationhomilylimerickLimerick Social Services Councilnew yearPope FrancisRaheenrefugeesschoolssocietyWorld Day of Peace COVID-19 volunteerism is a glimpse of what the future can be for church and community center_img Print Previous articleLimerick city building on dangerous structures listNext articleMan due in court over County Limerick murder Editor Limerick social entrepreneurs honoured for their work in response to covid-19 Linkedin Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR NewsSocietyBishop says Limerick is not living up to its obligations to migrantsBy Editor – January 1, 2018 2816 Education and Training Board serves up award winning standardslast_img read more

Siobhán hopes to turn heads in pro boxing debut

first_imgPrint Facebook Linkedin NewsSiobhán hopes to turn heads in pro boxing debutBy Editor – November 2, 2018 1958 Advertisement WhatsAppcenter_img Twitter Siobh‡n O’Leary who will make her professional boxing debut on Saturday, November 24A LIMERICK homeless service provider is hoping to turn some heads later this month when she makes her professional boxing debut.Super featherweight Siobhán O’Leary is on the ‘Celtic Clash 7′ bill at the Good Counsel GAA Clubhouse in Dublin on Saturday, November 24 when she will become one of only six Irish women professionals boxers.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up While Katie Taylor has been boxing as a young child and is one of the most technically talented boxers around, Siobhán O’Leary brings something different. A late convert to boxing, she brings raw power and aggression to the game and joins the professional ranks with a lot of expectation.Explaining the reasoning behind the switch to the paid ranks, she said that while the amateur game had been good to her, the time was right to move forward.“I got into boxing quite late through participation in a white collar boxing tournament with my former club Corpus Christi in Limerick. That was 2012. I absolutely fell in love with the sport through that and have boxed ever since. This decision wasn’t made lightly and I couldn’t do it without the support of my partner Maeve and my family and friends.”Relocating to Dublin to train with former national champion Eddie Hyland, word is spreading about the power punching woman sparring with men and doing big numbers in the gym.A full-time homeless services worker with St Vincent de Paul in Limerick, every spare minute goes into preparing for November 24.“Progress is a little slow but it’s coming. Eddie and myself have gelled really well. Every time that I come up to Dublin, I feel like I’m learning something new. The biggest changes have to do with changing my style into a more pro style. Sitting down on my shots, relaxing a little more and moving the mind frame away from three rounds into longer fights.“I like to respond to what’s in front of me and impose my style on my opponent.”She is predicting a special night in Dublin in front of a few busloads of travelling fans.“Limerick is a boxing city and with my own background in boxing over the last people just want to see you do well. I’m best when I’m under pressure. Of course I’m going to be nervous, there’d be something wrong if you weren’t. I’m looking forward to a big crowd, to getting under the lights and performing for my family and friends”Manager Stephen Sharpe says he is “more than excited about Siobhán’s prospects. Boxing fans will like her, they will like her boxing style and they will like her attitude.“The reaction she received was incredible and I’ve no doubt she will quickly become a fan favourite. It was an easy decision for us to work with Siobhán, we are always 100 per cent honest with fighters before we sign them. No promises that we can’t keep, just that we will work hard, work together and do our best by Siobhán and she was happy with that”.And he explained how another Limerick professional boxer, Garryowen’s Graham McCormack, helped facilitate the move.“I have known about Siobhán for a while. Graham McCormack had been telling me about her as they train together in Functional Fitness in Limerick.“She had a very successful run in the amateurs and I’ve known for some time she hits like a mule, giving the Limerick lads hell sparring and I had enquired a couple of times what her plans were. Graham told me that she was seriously contemplating a switch to the pro-ranks and was weighing up her options.“I was instantly impressed by her attitude and commitment. I knew she had boxing ability but that’s not all, Siobhán has substance, she is a highly intelligent, articulate and as determined as they come.”In addition to Siobhán’s professional debut, the ’Celtic Clash 7′ bill on November 24 will feature two Irish title fights and six bouts on the undercard. Email Previous articleYears of sexual abuse by father left his daughters brokenNext articleHey Jude – ‘My son has become isolated over the past year’ Editorlast_img read more

Seriously injured man found in Rathmullan

first_img Google+ Seriously injured man found in Rathmullan Google+ Facebook By News Highland – June 11, 2011 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Previous articleMurder accused back in Derry Magistrate’s Court on assault chargesNext articleMore funding released for A5 preparatory works News Highland Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Pinterestcenter_img WhatsApp PSNI and Gardai urged to investigate Adams’ claims he sheltered on-the-run suspect in Donegal Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Newsx Adverts It’s reported that a man in his late teens has been transferred to Beaumont Hospital in Dublin with severe head injuries after he was found in Rathmullan shortly before 4 o’clock yesterday afternoon.Gardai have not issued any statement, but we understand the man was found by a passer by on the beach close to Batt’s Lane, and rushed to Letterkenny General Hospital, from where he was brought to Dublin.It’s understood the man had sustained serious head injuries, possibly as a result of an assault which may have taken place some hours previously. Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in Northlast_img read more


first_img By Jaine Treadwell By The Penny Hoarder Print Article On Nov. 30, 2011, the iconic Adams Glass Studio on Highway 231 south of Troy was completely destroyed by fire.There were few people in Pike County who didn’t have an attachment to the Adams store. Friends and neighbors rallied around the Charles Adams family and hoped, secretly and openly, that Charles Adams would build back. Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits The Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies… TWO YEARS LATER If the decision had been left to Adams, he might have not accepted the challenges of rebuilding. But David Adams, who shares his dad’s talent for glass, said, “We’ve got to build back.”“The store was such a part of all our lives and Charles would have been lost without something to do – without his artwork,” Mary Adams said.The rebuilding plan was to construct a combination glass studio and old time store in the fashion of the late Sam Adams.“Sam sold mainly pecans, peanuts and watermelons and things like aprons and bonnets,” Mary Adams said. “Mrs. Adams, Ruth, started making the candy – fudge and brittle. In the 1960s, Charles added kiln-fired glass and in 1978 he started with the stained glass. Charles wanted the store to be rustic and David wanted to have a section that was more suited to glass work.”So, the idea of Adams Glass Studio and Adams Nut Stop began to become a reality.Charles Adams used old wood from an uncle’s house for the walls. Cedar shingles that were left over when the old store was roofed were used to accent the candy kitchen and a wood floor was a must.Large windows and antiqued planks were used in the “studio” to give it an artsy flair.Memorabilia that could be associated with the “old store” was collected and used to create the old country store look that would have pleased Sam.“Almost everything in the store was destroyed in the fire except the peanut roaster that our children and grandchildren played around,” Mary Adams said. “It had to be reworked but it works better than ever.”The aroma from the old peanut roaster says “Come in and sit a spell” and the stained glass sun catchers and chimes say, “Come in and shop with us.” Together, Adams Glass Studio and Adams Nut Shop are an inviting blend of the old and the new.A year ago, almost to the day of the fire, the Adams family held open house in the new “store.” Now, just a few days after the second open house, which was held the weekend after Thanksgiving, Charles and Mary have had a chance to reflect on the decision to rebuild.Mary Adams, laughingly, said that, when the bills start coming in, she sometimes second-guesses the decision.But, when they go home at night and look out and see the light in the windows of “the store” that is just as much “home” as the place where they reside they know “We wouldn’t have it any other way. Sponsored Content Latest Stories Published 11:01 pm Wednesday, December 4, 2013center_img Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Charles and Mary Adams watched as the life they had known went up in smoke.“The store was like a second home to all of us,” Mary Adams said. “Charles’ daddy, Sam Adams, opened Adams Nut Shop in 1953 and we lived right next to the store all these years. Our four children grew up in the store. They knew all of the salesmen and all of the regular customers. It was a learning experience for them to grow up around the store.”Losing the store was like losing somebody in the family. There were a lot of memories stored up there.”And, there were things –family photographs, ribbons that Adams had won in art shows and things of trickery that Sam Adams used to amuse and amaze folks. All of Adams’ stained glass creations were destroy and those of his son, David. And, perhaps, most costly were the records and patterns for his artwork. They could never be replaced. You Might Like Brundidge hosts Christmas Parade The City of Brundidge ushered in the Christmas season Tuesday night with its annual Christmas Parade. Dorthea Dow, president of… read more Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Email the author Next Up“As I watched the store burn, I thought, never,” Adams said. “Everything was gone. There was no way to ever put it back.”Adams’ wife, Mary, was in Troy when she got the message at there was a fire at “the store.”“When I got closer to home, I saw the black smoke and I knew that it was bad,” Mary Adams said. “All we could do was stand and watch it burn. It was scary.” Book Nook to reopen Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? 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Canadian pensions, Asian wealth funds eye single-family home rentals

first_imgCanada’s Public Sector Pension Investment Board CEO Neil Cunningham (left) and Allianz SE CEO Oliver Bäte (PSP Investments, Allianz, iStock)If you rent a home in the suburbs, your landlord could be a Candian pension fund or a Middle Eastern sovereign wealth fund.Foreign investors are increasingly targeting the single-family home rental market as more American flock to the suburbs for larger spaces.Read moreLennar makes giant bet on single-family rentals Covid-19 brings single-family rentals into investor spotlight Investors building single-family rentals to meet demand Foreign investors now account for almost a third of the institutional investment in single-family rental homes, according Alex Foshay, head of international capital markets at real-estate services firm Newmark, the Wall Street Journal reported. Previously, these investors were almost non-existent in the sector.ADVERTISEMENTIn January, Canada’s Public Sector Pension Investment Board said it would invest in a $700 million rental-home venture through a partnership with Pretium Partners. Last month, German insurer Allianz SE announced a $300 million investment in a venture with American homebuilder Lennar to convert houses and townhomes into rentals.And Singapore’s sovereign-wealth fund GIC plans to invest in single-family rental homes across the southeastern U.S, the Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.Single-family rental homes have become an increasingly hot investment thanks to a dwindling home supply but high demand. An index that measures rents and occupancy rose 5.7 percent for single-family homes rose, while it declined for the broader real estate industry.More than 50,000 single-family rental homes were built during the 12 months ending Sept. 30, 2020, according to John Burns Real Estate Consulting. That’s about two-thirds more than the average over the past four decades.[WSJ] — Keith Larsen Share via Shortlink Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlinkcenter_img Tags Housing MarketRental Marketlast_img read more

HMRC confirms 2% Stamp Duty surcharge for non-residents

first_imgHMRC has confirmed its plans to add a further 2% Stamp Duty to properties bought by foreigners following a six-month consultation on the proposal, and has published the draft legislation.It says many of those responding to the consultation on the measure, which was announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak within his Spring Budget this year, welcomed the government’s underlying policy objective of supporting home ownership, with a number believing the surcharge would support this objective.But the announcement has prompted criticism from many London prime agents, and HMRC says its consultation responses included warnings that the surcharge will negatively impact housing supply and affect the UK’s reputation as a destination for international investment.Trevor Abrahmsohn (left) of Glentree Estates recently called the measure ‘daft’ and has predicted it will reduce the flows of property investment and spending in the UK by non-residents.Spring budgetSunak originally announced the 2% additional Stamp Duty for England and NI non-residents in his Spring budget.It is projected to raise £600 million over the next two years, although HMRC says it will cost £2.71 million to implement.Those due to pay the tax will be non-residents, namely those who spend less than 183 days a year living in England or Northern Ireland, although HMRC admits the complicated tax rules around residency status means some people may be due refunds if they pay the extra surcharge but later discover they are technically resident in the UK.Industry respondents to the consultation included NAEA Propertymark, the British Property Federation, the House Builders Federation and Ludgrove Property.Chancellor Rishi Sunak stamp duty Trevor Abrahamsohn Trevor Abrahmsohn July 22, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Housing Market » HMRC confirms 2% Stamp Duty surcharge for non-residents previous nextHousing MarketHMRC confirms 2% Stamp Duty surcharge for non-residentsDraft legislation has now been laid in front of Parliament despite warning from prime estate agents that it will put off international investment.Nigel Lewis22nd July 202001,443 Viewslast_img read more

MCPON Holds All-Hands Call at Naval Station Mayport

first_img View post tag: all View post tag: Naval View post tag: holds November 5, 2014 Back to overview,Home naval-today MCPON Holds All-Hands Call at Naval Station Mayport Authorities Share this article View post tag: call Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Mike Stevens visited Sailors assigned to Naval Station Mayport, Nov. 3, 2014.Stevens started his visit to Navy Region Southeast with an all-hands call with first class petty officer and below Sailors on the flight deck of the guided-missile frigate USS Simpson (FFG 56).During the all-hands call, a petty officer asked MCPON a question about the repeal of the “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” policy.Stevens said:First and foremost we must always remember that we must treat one another with dignity and respect,” said Stevens. “As leaders we have the responsibility to establish and maintain the conditions that provide all of our people with the opportunity to be successful.Another Sailor asked about changing the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) and Command Managed Equal Opportunity (CMEO) positions from collateral duties to billeted jobs.MCPON said there is currently no plan to make SAPR or CMEO a billeted position.Stevens’ next stop was to the guided-missile cruiser USS Hue City (CG 66) where he sat down with the First Class Petty Officer Association and discussed the importance of leadership development.The final stop for MCPON’s visit was the guided-missile destroyer USS The Sullivans (DDG 68) where he met with Sailors, answered questions and toured the ship’s spaces.[mappress mapid=”14328″]Press release, Image: US Navycenter_img View post tag: Naval Station Mayport View post tag: MCPON View post tag: Navy MCPON Holds All-Hands Call at Naval Station Mayport View post tag: Hands View post tag: News by topic View post tag: americaslast_img read more

Application Developer III

first_imgHours per Week37.5 Purpose of Position DepartmentIT – Enterprise Systems Group – Bachelor’s Degree and minimum of three years’ related experiencerequired.- A minimum of twelve (12) months of application developmentexperience working with relational databases.- General knowledge of SDLC (Software Development LifeCycle), andPMI based project management concepts.-Must have a proven application development track record with broadrange of technical skills and the ability complete deliverables onschedule.-Demonstrated programming skills and proven ability to learn newtechnical skills quickly and apply them in the creation ofapplication solutions.-Understanding of web development technologies and webservices.-Verbal & written communication skills are critical as thisposition will work closely with end users, functional and technicalteam members, project managers, technical leads andconsultants.-Demonstrated skills in creative thinking, teamwork, problemsolving, decision making and time management.Any candidate who is offered this position will be required to gothrough a pre-employment criminal background check as mandated bystate law.There is no sponsorship available for this position. Position StatusRegular Preferred EducationBachelor’s Degree – Design, Develop, Unit Test computer programs, “apps”, reports,and interfaces.- Production Support and troubleshoot computer programs, “apps”,reports, and interfaces.- Document assigned work in accordance with IT project managementstandards. Job Open Date11/06/2020 Open Until FilledNo Minimum EducationBachelor’s Degree M-F 8:15 am – 4:30 pm Northern Kentucky University is an Equal Opportunity/EqualAccess/Affirmative Action institution. We embrace inclusiveness,equity, and global awareness in all dimensions of our work and seekexcellence through diversity among our students, administrators,faculty, and staff. Application by members of diverse groups isencouraged. Position Number30024030 Documents Needed to ApplyRequired DocumentsResumeCover Letter/Letter of ApplicationOptional DocumentsReferences Primary Responsibilities Salary$47,677.50/yr Minimum Job Close Date Commitment to Inclusive Excellence Months per Year12 What is your highest level of education?Bachelor’s degreeMaster’s degree or higher Minimum Experience3 years The Application Developer III position will work with others todesign, develop, maintain, and support non- ERP software and/or webapplications. The primarily focus will be as part of the overallmove toward next generation systems, such as Web 2.0 and MobilePlatforms. This position will be introduced to NKU’s ERP system(s),and begin development and maintenance on low priority ERPapplications. Compensation Title Qualifications Working TitleApplication Developer III Posting DetailsTo create a Posting, first complete the information on this screen,then click the ‘Next’ button or select the page in the left handnavigation menu. Proceed through all sections completing allnecessary information. To submit the Posting to Human Resources,you must go to the ‘Posting Summary Page’ by clicking on the ‘Next’button until you reach the Posting Summary Page or select PostingSummary Page from the left navigation menu. Once a summary pageappears, hover your mouse over the orange Action button for a listof possible approval step options. Is this an internal only posting? Quick Linkhttps://jobs.nku.edu/postings/9646 Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Requisition Number2020S1260 * How did you hear about this employment opportunity?NKU Jobs SiteHigherEdJobs.comCareerbuilder.comInside Higher EdEmployee ReferralIndeed.comOther Pay GradeS73 Work Schedulelast_img read more