Teaching Assistants for CTY Greece Summer Camp 2015

 

The Center of Talented Youth (CTY) of Anatolia College seeks Teaching Assistants for its residential summer program (7th-10th grade students) for a certain period of time (June 28 to July 17 with training/preparation days preceding and wrap up date following). The primary responsibilities of teaching assistants (TAs) are tutoring students, assisting with the paperwork of a class, and teaching the class as requested by the instructor, supervising late afternoon/evening study sessions, assisting with administrative tasks such as typing and photocopying, and generally helping to ensure that the class runs smoothly. Additionally, teaching assistants in science classes must assist with class demonstrations, prepare lab sessions, teach the lab sessions as requested, clean up after lab sessions, and complete an end-of-session inventory.


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Residential Assistants for CTY Greece Summer Camp 2015

 

The Center of Talented Youth (CTY) of Anatolia College seeks Resident Assistants for its residential summer program for a certain period of time (June 28 to July 17 with training/preparation days preceding and wrap up date following). Resident assistants (RAs) help create a community that encourages and supports intellectual curiosity, rigorous thinking, and a joy for learning. RAs ensure the physical and emotional safety of students, and develop a fun, dynamic, and engaging activities program. The RA supervises students to ensure that CTY rules and expectations are followed. RA commitments also include attendance at daily meetings and work on committees to plan all-site weekend events. RAs’ working hours are primarily the hours students are not in class, including weekends. Employees pay their travel to and from domestic program locations. Room and board are provided.


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Buildings and Grounds Officer

 

Anatolia is seeking an individual to fill the position of Buildings and Grounds Officer (BGO) who will coordinate and monitor services in building repairs, constructions and ground fields of the entire campus, starting in July 2015.

The BGO reports to Buildings and Grounds Director.

 

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Announcement for multiple Part-Time assignments

 

The American College of Thessaloniki (ACT) is seeking applications for various positions at the undergraduate business program as well as the MBA program. The positions are Temporary Part-Time assignments for the academic year 2014-2015, may be renewable upon agreement of all parties and could evolve to a Permanent Full-Time assignment. The instructors will provide expertise and knowledge that support the college curriculum and programs, and have to establish courses following accepted higher education standards, teach students (lecture and laboratory) using a variety of effective methodologies, and provide engagement and support activities that encourage student learning.

 

The positions refer to the Anatolia School of Business, which is the business department of ACT. The fields of interest include the areas of:

  • Finance:
    • Financial and managerial accounting
    • Corporate finance
    • Investments and portfolio management
    • Money & banking
  • Marketing:
    • Strategy
    • Sales management
    • Advertising and promotion
    • e-marketing & social media
    • Marketing research
  • Management & Economics:
    • Macroeconomics
    • Microeconomics
    • Entrepreneurship

 

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AES English Department Coordinator

 

Anatolia is seeking and individual to fill the position of Anatolia Elementary School (AES) English Department Coordinator who will oversee the implementation of the AES English program, starting in July 2015.

 

The AES English Department Coordinator reports to the Principal of the Anatolia Elementary School.

 

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