American Sign Language Faculty – Adjunct

first_imgDescription*This recruitment is to establish an applicant pool for futurevacancies. Individuals will be contacted as vacanciesoccur.Olympic College is continuously recruiting for Adjunct Faculty toteach American Sign Language (ASL). The adjunct faculty will teachcourses in accordance with the college catalog, utilizingcurriculum developed by the full-time faculty in the discipline.Selected candidates may be asked to teach evening, distance(online, hybrid and/or Interactive Television (ITV)), and atsatellite campus when required.Olympic College seeks applicants who are dedicated tostudent-centered learning, closing achievement gaps, supportdiversity, and social justice learning opportunities, and whoemploy data-informed decision making in their instruction.Click the “How to Apply” button for more information.last_img read more

Prepare for rain, hail and setbacks

first_imgInside 24 Brussells Avenue at Morningside, which goes to auction at 9am today, Saturday October 27.PREPARATION is key to a successful auction but things don’t always go to plan.And while wild weather may be one of them, stormy skies don’t usually deter genuine buyers.“I remember a house that was sold at auction for 4$ million last year,” Place Bulimba agent Shane Hicks said.“There was 25 registered bidders and a crowd of 250 and we were going to hold the auction on the tennis court.“But then a storm rolled in so we held it on the deck in the torrential rain. If people want to buy a house they will come rain, hail or shine.” Lightning pictured over Brisbane City, Brisbane 25th of October 2018. (AAP Image/Josh Woning) Likening an auction to a garden wedding, Mr Hicks said it was always important to have a plan B.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours ago“And a plan C, a plan D,” he said. “Things can go wrong but you just have to keep everyone calm. “Selling real estate is rarely black and white.”But some of the biggest clangers come auction day are rarely related to the weather, Mr Hicks said.He said issues with financing was the most common problem encountered. Place Bulimba agent Shane Hicks will take this house at 24 Brussells Avenue at Morningside to auction today, Saturday October27, at 9am.As for sellers, Mr Hicks said there were a few things they could do to ensure their best shot at auction. These included providing a building and pest inspection to all prospective buyers, get a rental appraisal done, provide a report on all of the easements, stormwater and sewer pipes on the property, list comparable sales in the area to give the purchaser a broad guide as to the price range and ensure the agent is opening for inspection during the week and on a Saturday.“All of this will put the seller and agent in more control but more importantly make the buyers job of making the decision much easier and give them a great deal of confidence in that decision,” he said. Place Bulimba agent Shane Hicks.“From the start we encourage all interested buyers to start that pre-approval conversation with their advisers early,” he said. “The other issue that can come up is a party being out of town, but that’s usually an easy fix as they can register an agent or friend to bid on their behalf.“And sometimes a buyer has sold their own property and then there is an issue with that contract.“That’s when we encourage them to still attend the auction and if it doesn’t sell we can enter in to a private treaty.”last_img read more

Bath Road to close for paving

first_imgBath, IN—Bath Road in Franklin County will be closed July 10th at 8am-5pm from the State line to Harmony Rd. This closure will continue until all of Bath Road is paved.  The Franklin County Highway Department asks drivers to please find an alternative route of travel.last_img