Posting Details Part-time, Adjunct Position. Adjunct pools are open continuouslyand applicants are contacted/hired year round for assignments basedon college needs. * Criminal History Verification and Release: I acknowledge andagree that I understand that by answering the question below, Icertify that the information provided by me is true, correct andcomplete to the best of my knowledge and belief. I authorizeinvestigation of all statements contained herein, and on the P-881(if applicable and submitted), and I release from liability allpersons and organizations furnishing such information. I understandthat any misstatements, omissions or misrepresentation of facts onthis form, my application, and, if applicable, the P-881 orattachment(s) may be cause for disqualification or dismissal. Ifyou have ever been convicted of an offense other than a minortraffic violation you are required to complete the form ‘ArrestsWhich Led to Convictions for Crime’, P-881 (you must discloseconvictions that have been dismissed pursuant to Penal Code Section1203.4; Ed. Code 87008). Please copy and paste the provided URL forthe form -https://losrios.edu/docs/lrccd/employees/hr/forms/p-881.pdf – andattach the completed form to your application.Yes, I acknowledge and agreeNo, I do not acknowledge or agree Department Location SalaryPlease see Salary Schedules to the left on the navigationbar. The Institution * Considering this specific position that you are applying to –where/how did you learn about this position?College DepartmentCareerBuilderChronicle of Higher Ed (Vitea.com)Community College Registry Job Fair: OaklandCommunity College Registry Job Fair: Los AngelesCommunity College Registry Online Job BoardCommunity Outreach (ex. Festivals, etc.)CommunityCollegeJobsComunidadCraigslistDiverse: Issues in Higher EducationD’Primeramano MagazineEdJoinFacebook (Campaign)Facebook (Los Rios Page)GlassdoorGreater Sacramento Urban LeagueHandshake (CSU, UC Job Boards)HigheredJobsIndeedInstagramJob SitesJob JournalLatina Leadership Network of the California CommunityCollegesLinkedInLos Rios Community College District EmployeeLos Rios Community College District Human Resources EmailLos Rios Community College District WebsiteLRCCD Resource Group – API (Asian Pacific Islander Legacy)LRCCD Resource Group – Black Faculty & Staff Association(BFSA)LRCCD Resource Group Native American Collaborative (NAC)LRCCD Resource Group – Spectrum (LGBTQIA+)Professional NetworksSacramento Black Chamber of CommerceSacramento Asian Chamber of CommerceSacramento Builders ExchangeSacramento Hispanic Chamber of CommerceSacramento Rainbow Chamber of CommerceSacramentoWorksThe HUBTwitterYouTubeZipRecruiter The adjunct faculty member shall be responsible for the following:counseling services and/or teaching assigned classes under thesupervision of the area dean; helping students fulfill theirmaximum potential in mastering course content; maintaining thoroughand up-to-date knowledge in his/her regular teaching field;maintaining standards of professional conduct and ethicsappropriate to the professional position.Non-Instructional assignment may include day, evening, weekend,and/or off campus work and/or hours. Work YearN/A Posting Date12/12/2016 * Can you perform the essential functions of this position?YesNo Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsUnofficial Transcript 1Optional DocumentsP-881 Report of Arrests Which Led To Convictions For CrimeDocumentResume/Curriculum VitaeLetter of InterestLetter of Recommendation 1Equivalency Determination Letter (P-38 or Equivalency RequestStatement)Letter of Recommendation 2Unofficial Transcript 3Unofficial Transcript 2Foreign Transcript EvaluationUnofficial Transcript 4Unofficial Transcript 5 Closing Date Assignment Responsibilities Additional Salary InformationNo additional salary information to note Special Requirements Physical Demands Posting NumberF00007P Job Posting TitleCounselor Adjunct Beginning and/or Ending Dates Open ContinuouslyYes Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions for completeinformation on how to apply online with our District. Applicationservices are available between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Mondaythrough Friday, at the Los Rios Community College District HumanResources Office located at 1919 Spanos Court, Sacramento, CA95825-3981. If you need assistance with any phase of theapplication process, please call (916) 568-3112 or come in duringour business hours. After hours inquiries to be emailed [email protected] Minimum Qualifications 1. Have a master’s degree from an accredited institution, completedby July 1, 2018 in Counseling, Rehabilitation Counseling, ClinicalPsychology, Counseling Psychology, Guidance Counseling, EducationalCounseling, Social Work, Career Development, Marriage and FamilyTherapy, or Marriage, Family and Child Counseling; OR, a bachelor’sdegree in one of the above listed degrees AND a license as aMarriage and Family Therapist ( MFT ); Or, hold a CaliforniaCommunity College Instructor’s Credential in the discipline area;OR, the equivalent.*2. Have an equity-minded focus, responsiveness, and sensitivity toand understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural,disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnicbackgrounds of community college students, including those withphysical or learning disabilities as it relates to differences inlearning styles; and successfully foster and support an inclusiveeducational and employment environment.*Note: Applicants applying under the“equivalent” provision must attach details and explain how theiracademic preparation is the equivalent of the degrees listedabove. Applicants applying to this Los Rios Community College Districtfaculty posting are requested to submit the following to beconsidered:1. Los Rios Community College District Faculty application(Required).2. Unofficial transcripts of college/university work *(“graduate advising documents and grade reports” will not beaccepted as unofficial transcripts) (Required). NOTE : Los Riosemployees are also required to submit unofficial copies oftranscripts.3. Resume or Curriculum Vitae (Recommended).4. Two letters of recommendation (Recommended).5. Letter of Interest (Recommended).* Note: Applications submitted without transcripts will bedisqualified. Also individuals who have completed college oruniversity course work at an institution in a country other thanthe United States must obtain a complete evaluation of foreigntranscripts, degrees and other relevant documents. A foreigntranscript evaluation is required any time foreign course work isused to meet minimum qualifications and/or salary placement even ifthe foreign transcript has been accepted by a college or universityin the United States.Foreign transcript evaluations are ONLY accepted from AICE(Association of International Credential Evaluations, Inc.) orNACES (The National Association of Credential Evaluation Services)agencies or evaluators. Click Foreign Transcript Evaluations on theHuman Resources Services page for detailsForeign Degree Transcript Evaluations click hereDo not submit additional materials that are not requested. Work Schedule How and where to apply * Please indicate how you meet the minimum qualifications forthis position. Select the appropriate answer.I possess the minimum qualifications for this discipline aslisted on the job announcement. (Attach unofficial transcripts froman accredited college/university and/or evidence of jobexperience.)I possess a valid California Community College Credential forthis discipline. (Attach a copy of appropriate credential withapplication.)I possess qualifications equivalent to those listed and haveattached evidence. (To review Equivalency Process.)I have previously been granted equivalency to teach thisdiscipline by the Los Rios Community College District. (Attach theEquivalency Determination Form P-38 and transcripts.) Position Summary Total Hrs per Week/Day The Los Rios Community College District is seeking a pool ofqualified applicants for possible temporary part-time facultyteaching assignments. These positions are filled on an as neededbasis and are on-going recruitment efforts.Adjunct pools are open continuously and applicants arecontacted/hired year round for assignments based on collegeneeds.Teaching assignments may include day, evening, on-line, hybrid,weekend, and/or off campus classes. Application Instructions LocationLos Rios Community College District (District Office) Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Conditions Quicklinkhttps://jobs.losrios.edu/postings/2053 AboutThe Los Rios Community College District ( LRCCD ) is the secondlargest, two-year public college district in California, servingapproximately 75,000 students in the greater Sacramento region. Thedistrict’s 2,400 square mile service area includes Sacramento andEl Dorado counties and parts of Yolo, Placer, and Solano countiesand is comprised of four uniquely diverse colleges – AmericanRiver, Cosumnes River, Folsom Lake and Sacramento City colleges. Inaddition to each college’s main campus, the district offerseducational centers in Placerville, Davis, West Sacramento, ElkGrove, Natomas and Rancho Cordova.The Los Rios district office is centrally located in the heart ofthe Sacramento valley. The growing Capital Region has strongcommunities and emergent arts and dining scenes, and is nearby someof the most celebrated tourist destinations in the country – LakeTahoe, Napa Valley, and San Francisco. The Sacramento area is agreat place to live and work!StrengthsThe district has approximately 4,000 employees through our fourcolleges and district office in dozens of different departmentsthat support students at our four colleges and provide welcoming,inclusive, and equitable environments for Los Rios students,employees and our community partners. Each and every district andcollege department strives for the highest quality in all programs,services, and activities, and is focused on improving educationaloutcomes for the students we serve.Our VisionOur colleges offer equity-minded, academically rigorous, studentsuccess centered education. Our objective is to help our studentssuccessfully achieve their academic goals, whether they want totransfer to a four-year college or university, earn an associatedegree, or obtain one of more than 100 certificates in high demandcareer fields.The Los Rios Community College District’s Human ResourcesDepartment is committed to diversity, equity, and to ensuring aninclusive, thriving environment for all of its employees, students,and surrounding communities. To that end, the Human ResourcesDepartment is intentional in recruiting, hiring, and retainingdiverse employees, to reflect the diversity of our colleges’student populations. All Positions: Offers of employment are contingent upon thesuccessful clearance from a criminal background check, freedom fromtuberculosis, and proof of identity and eligibility to work in theUnited States prior to the first day of work. The District mayselect additional qualified candidates should unexpected vacanciesor needs occur during this recruitment/selection process. Wheneducation is a requirement for the position, official academictranscripts from the accredited college/university must besubmitted within 60 days of hire.Administrative/Executive/Faculty Positions: Contingent on fundingand eligibility, successful candidates selected for an interviewmay be eligible to apply for partial reimbursement of travelexpenses. Click Candidate Travel Reimbursement on the HumanResources Services page for details.
Turn the page. That’s the goal of this newly redesigned Observer – to get you to turn the page. And then to do it again, and again and again. In years past, our design had a tendency to get in the way of our stories. The way we inserted headshots into stories made text look funny, our headlines weren’t very good and our printed copy was just a strain on the eyes. No longer. Now, the stories you want are easier to find and read, keeping you better informed on the Notre Dame community. The new design starts at the top of this page with our brand-new logo. That logo, however, doesn’t mean much without the words to its right – our original mission statement. From our very first issue 46 years ago, we’ve tried to live up to our mission of uncovering the truth and reporting it accurately. Today, we’re putting that mission back where it belongs – at the top of every paper we produce. The new logo reflects that sense of uncovering and invites you to – what else – turn the page. Before you do, however, you’ll see we’ve made it much easier for you to find out what’s inside each day’s paper. We recognize that at a quick dining-hall lunch, you want to read the stories that most interest you. While the format and layout of the paper has remained largely unchanged, we’ve updated to a more modern set of fonts to make our award-winning coverage easier to read. We’ve also reduced the number of distractions in the text of articles, made Page Two more relevant to your day-to-day life (check out that upcoming-events calendar!), added photo teasers to our inside stories from the front page and found a way to add a Sudoku puzzle. I hope you’ll find this new design at once fresh and familiar. While you probably did a double-take the first time you picked it up, it shouldn’t take you long at all to adjust to our new layout. If you do have feedback for us, please don’t hesitate to drop us a line. We know change can be controversial at times, and we’d love to hear from you about your thoughts on the new and improved Observer. This is a new chapter in our history as the primary voice of the Notre Dame community, and we’re unbelievably excited to get started on a new academic year. We’ve got some great things planned for the year ahead, and we can’t wait to reveal them. We really hope you love our new design, and we think it’ll let us do a better job of bringing you the news you care about in a more user-friendly way. But don’t just take my word for it. Turn the page.
The Armed Forces are preparing to provide security for the 2016 Olympics in numerous geographic regions. In Rio de Janeiro, the Olympic Games’ facilities are distributed over four different areas in the city. In addition to Rio, five other state capitals will host Olympics soccer matches: Brasília, Belo Horizonte, Manaus, Salvador, and São Paulo. Counter-terrorism training All venues will have a Center for Integrated Tactical Control that will operate alongside professionals from security forces and public agencies that are assembled at Area Defense Commands. Troops will be prepared to counter a variety of attacks, such as chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear. During one of the drills, 10 Troops stormed a room with cardboard targets inside, which Soldiers had to identify and take down following their superiors’ instructions. Brazil’s Federal Highway Police and National Public Security Force also participated in the exercise. By Dialogo December 29, 2015 Fantastic news to know that Brazil’s Armed Forces are active in defending the population!! This brings peace and hope to all of us. Congratulations. I congratulate the Armed Forces which has to be prepared against any threat. I am a reservist Good day Christ lives and reigns Honorio, really the narco terrorists are a scourge that affects the youth of the world and the blame goes to the capitalist countries. Just give the narco terrorists of the world a death sentence “Our personnel have a level of training that is highly specialized,” explained General Mauro Sinott Lopes, chief of the Brazilian Army’s Special Operations Command (COPESP) and the Joint Command for Preventing and Combating Terrorism. “We have already conducted a number of different training sessions this year – not only in joint environment of the Armed Forces, but also with other government agencies that contribute their skills to tackling terrorist threats.” While more than 10,500 athletes from around the world prepare themselves to participate at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, about 2,000 Brazilian service members have been training intensively to combat possible terrorist attacks during the event. A series of training programs, which will end in March, will be conducted at Olympic venues. The operations’ goal is to acclimate security personnel to each location’s environment. In addition, the Armed Forces will hold specific training sessions in March involving Navy and Army aircraft that will support counter-terrorism operations. Nationwide framework The most recent training session was held at COPESP’s headquarters in the city of Goiânia from November 8-14th. The session brought together Special Operations units from the Brazilian Navy, Army, and Air Force who used live ammunition during conflict simulations in an urban environment. The Armed Forces’ counter-terrorism measures that aim to protect the athletic delegations and the estimated 300,000 tourists who will attend Rio 2016 are being planned in line with the document “Risk Analysis,” which was produced by the Brazilian Intelligence Agency (ABIN) and other domestic and foreign institutions, including the International Police Criminal Organization. In total, the Brazilian Armed Forces will have about 38,000 service members in place to conduct counter-terrorism measures and security patrols. They will also help monitor explosives, protect strategic structures, and guard against cyber-attacks. These personnel will also be assigned to act as a contingency force in support of security agencies and provide protection for the authorities. “All Armed Forces and the Ministry of Defense units will be present at each Olympic venue to work in tandem with public security forces during rapid response actions,” Gen. Sinott said. The Joint Command for Preventing and Combating Terrorism, led by Gen. Sinott, is the nerve center of this counter-terrorism framework. During the Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Joint Command will be temporarily headquartered at the Eastern Military Command (CML) in Rio de Janeiro. Using a communications device mounted atop the CML, security and defense personnel will be able to follow the developments of security plans that will be implemented during the Olympics. Security officials have planned the regulations that spell out how the Ministry of Defense and the ABIN will counter terrorism. “Now, we will move forward to determine what the regional needs are,” Gen. Sinott added.
Vowing to restore public confidence in the Los Angeles Police Department, City Councilman Jack Weiss, co-chairman of the task force, called for “an investigation as thorough as possible.” Luis Carrillo, civil rights lawyer representing Gonzalez and 23 others, called for a full federal investigation and the removal of Bratton, who attended the event. But the chief found some support from the crowd and council members. Art Placencia, president of the national Latino Police Officers Association, said LAPD is 30 percent Latino and he defended Bratton’s record with the community. “He’s always been open and listens to Latino concerns,” Placencia said. “Those (officers) that did cause a problem that day will be dealt with.” The first of five public hearings scheduled to address the LAPD’s highly criticized use of force at a May 1 immigration rights’ rally drew about 250 people Monday, some of whom called for Police Chief William Bratton’s resignation. “I was hit very hard on my eye and face,” said Sophia Gonzalez, a demonstrator who said that prior to the May 1 rally at MacArthur Park she was supportive of the Los Angeles Police Department. “How do I explain to my three children why we were beaten by the police?” Gonzalez and others addressed the City Council’s Special Task Force, which is investigating the melee that followed the mostly peaceful demonstration. Also on hand at the hearing at Charles White Elementary School, located just across the street from MacArthur Park, were Los Angeles Police Department Inspector General Andre Birotte Jr., and several other council members. The Special Task Force is the City Council’s inquiry into the May Day clash. Weiss who co-chairs the task force, along with Councilman Ed Reyes, said he supports Bratton. The chief has come under fire from critics, who blast him for “losing control” of his police force and police union leaders, who accuse the chief of cowing to public outrage. “There’s no question that it was a serious and alarming incident,” said Weiss, who plans to run for city attorney. “But I’ve never seen a public official respond to a crisis as energetically as Chief Bratton.” Weiss said he supports Bratton’s bid for a second term as police chief. The controversy began during the immigration rights rally when late in the day officers were pelted with debris from a small crowd of agitators. They then moved into the park, where they began to clear out peaceful rally participants, including families and members of the media. The officers struck some of the protesters and journalists with batons and fired nearly 150 rounds of nonlethal rubber bullets, much of it captured by news cameras. Within a week of the incident, Bratton demoted Deputy Chief Caylor, “Lee” Carter, the top-ranking commander at the May 1 melee and reassigned Carter’s second-in-command at the scene, Cmdr. Louis Gray, to the Operations Bureau. Bratton also reassigned 60 officers of Platoon B, an elite violence suppression and crowd control squad from the Metropolitan Division. [email protected] (818)713-3329160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!