Online Chair

first_imgPosting DetailsPosting NumberF00248PClassification TitleFacultyPosition TypeDisclaimerLiberty University’s hiring practices and EEO Statement are fullyin compliance with both federal and state law. Federal law createsan exception to the “religion” component of the employmentdiscrimination laws for religious organizations (includingeducational institutions), and permits them to give employmentpreference to members of their own religion. Liberty University isin that category.Position TitleOnline ChairDoes this position require driving?NoContactContact Phone ExtContact EmailJob Summary/Basic FunctionOversight of adjunct faculty in School of Behavioral Sciences andacademic management of courses offered online. The Department Chair(DC) reports directly to the Associate Dean (AD). The DC worksclosely with the AD on the administrative oversight of onlinefaculty and curricular development of online courses in theDepartment of Community Care & Counseling. Regular meetingswith the AD will be held for updates on policy changes andcoordination of administrative and curricular oversight. The DCworks directly with the online faculty to train, communicate, andmonitor quality assurance throughout the year (from the time ofhiring an adjunct on throughout the year). The DC will alsocoordinate with the Faculty Support Coordinator ( FSC ),Instructional Mentors, & Subject Matter Experts to facilitatethe needs of the online faculty as they arise.Minimum QualificationsTerminal/Doctoral degree in Counseling, Human Services, Psychology,or related behavioral science field from an accredited institution( ABD will be considered). Affirmation of faith in Jesus Christ aspersonal Savior. Administrative skills and experience. Leadershipand communication skills.Preferred QualificationsExperience in management and online administration. 5 yearsteaching experience or equivalent.Work HoursRegular business hoursPosting Date08/27/2020Special Instructions for ApplicantsQuicklink DocumentsRequired DocumentsCover LetterCurriculum VitaeOptional DocumentsCareer Advancement Form (For Current LU Employees ONLY)Pastoral Reference LetterAcademic/Professional Reference Letter 1Academic/Professional Reference Letter 2Other DocumentProfessional License(s)Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).last_img read more

Governor Wolf Announces Opening of Another Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Station Under Public Private Partnership

first_img June 06, 2017 Governor Wolf Announces Opening of Another Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Station Under Public Private Partnership Energy,  Infrastructure,  Press Release,  Transportation Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today announced the opening of the third of 29 Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fueling stations planned as part of a Public Private Partnership.Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) representatives joined officials from Trillium CNG, the Mid-Mon Valley Transportation Authority (MMVTA), and state and local officials in Donora today to mark opening of the facility. The event also celebrated the opening of the authority’s new operational facility made possible by federal, state and local investments.“This P3 is helping transit agencies reduce costs and use resources available in our own backyard,” Governor Wolf said of the opening. “I’m pleased to see the great progress we’re making in bringing these benefits to every corner of the state.”Through the $84.5 million statewide P3 project, Trillium will design, build, finance, operate and maintain CNG fueling stations at 29 public transit agency sites through a 20-year P3 agreement. Following other stations will be constructed over the next five years and Trillium is also making CNG-related upgrades to existing transit maintenance facilities.As part of the conversion in Donora, the MMVTA will convert 24 buses and five paratransit buses to CNG, adding to their existing eight CNG buses. The authority estimates saving more than $150,000 annually based on current diesel costs and their diesel usage of roughly 185,000 gallons per year.The CNG improvements will boost MMVTA’s efficiency and improved operations brought by the new, energy efficient facility that renovated a former steel-mill building into a facility for bus storage, light bus maintenance, administrative activities and vehicle dispatching, as well as a passenger waiting area and a park and ride lot.The facility was made possible with nearly $4.3 million in federal funds, more than $525,000 in state investments and $150,000 in local funds. The CNG component will help the goal of gaining LEED Silver certification, as will upgrades such as geothermal heating and cooling and electrical improvements.PennDOT’s overall P3 project includes CNG fueling accessible to the public at six transit agency sites, with the option to add to additional sites in the future. PennDOT will receive a 15 percent royalty, excluding taxes, for each gallon of fuel sold to the public at public sites, which will be used to support the cost of the project.Using the P3 procurement mechanism allows PennDOT to install the fueling stations faster than if a traditional procurement mechanism was used for each site, resulting in significant estimated capital cost savings of more than $46 million.When the project is completed, the fueling stations will supply gas to more than 1,600 CNG buses at transit agencies across the state. To learn more about this and other P3 projects visit list of agencies participating in the P3 project, in order of construction-start timeline, follows:Cambria County Transportation Authority, Johnstown Facility (2017), includes public fueling.Central Pennsylvania Transportation Authority, York Facility (2017), includes public fueling.Mid Mon Valley Transportation Authority (2017)Cambria County Transportation Authority, Ebensburg Facility (2017)Westmoreland County Transportation Authority (2017)Centre Area Transportation Authority (2017)Beaver County Transportation Authority (2017)Crawford Area Transportation Authority (2017)New Castle Area Transportation Authority (2017), includes public fueling.Lehigh and Northampton Transportation Authority, Allentown Facility (2017)County of Lebanon Transportation Authority (2017)Altoona Metro Transit (2017)Central Pennsylvania Transportation Authority, Gettysburg Facility (2017)Butler Transportation Authority (2018)Indiana County Transportation Authority (2018), includes public fueling.County of Lackawanna Transportation System (2018), includes public fueling.Erie Metropolitan Transportation Authority (2018), includes public fueling.Mercer County Regional Council of Governments (2019)Fayette Area Coordinated Transportation System (2019)Monroe County Transportation Authority (2019)Area Transportation Authority of North Central PA, Bradford Facility (2019)Area Transportation Authority of North Central PA, Johnsonburg Facility (2019)DuBois, Falls Creek, Sandy Township Joint Transportation Authority (2020)Lehigh and Northampton Transportation Authority, Easton Facility (2021)Luzerne County Transportation Authority (2021)Schuylkill Transportation System (2021)Transit Authority of Warren County (2021)Capital Area Transit (2021)Port Authority of Allegheny County (2021)center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more