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 ApplicantsQuicklinkhttps://jobs.liberty.edu/postings/29217Applicant 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

What winning meant to us

first_img“When you win something, my first feeling is for the staff, as it’s fantastic for them, but my second is for the two companies that didn’t win. Everyone did a fantastic job and we were very proud to be nominated, and to be recognised for doing a good job. However, it’s all very well saying that we’re the best, but now we’ve got to carry on being the best – I use it as a bit of a motivating tool.”- Alan Pearce, managing directorlast_img

SB Betting strikes the right retail balance with forBET

first_imgShare Danske Spil calls for esports makeover with Pinnacle Solution August 25, 2020 Björn Nilsson: How Triggy is delivering digestible data through pre-set triggers August 28, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon Share Submit SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 SB Betting has put the early success of its self-service betting terminal (SSBT) rollout in Poland down to finding the right balance between retail and online betting.In August, the Malta-based sports betting software provider concluded nine months of development by releasing a new two-screened SSBT for one of its Polish clients, forBET – one of just six sports betting licensees in the country operating in both the retail and online space.The two-screened terminal, equipped with cash and coin acceptors, barcode scanner and a thermal printer, allows customers to place bets on pre-match, in-play and virtual markets.The top screen is used to display live streams – for both real-life and virtual sports, while the bottom half is a touch screen enabling customers to monitor latest odds and place bets.SB Betting has used this design to demonstrate its desire to boost retail returns by incorporating key aspects of the online user experience (UX), and, according to the firm’s COO Michal Glowacki, position the SSBT as a “product that finds common ground between retail betting and online play”.This is partly because the retail vs online breakdown for bets placed has been reversed in the last 12 months, from 60-40 to 40-60. Therefore, some of the other desirable online components factored into the new SSBT UX include ease of deposit and payouts, as well as the ability to save a session – and use the deposited money later.“The first few months since launching the SBBT have been very promising,” said Glowacki. “A futuristic design, combined with lots of betting options including a wide selection of virtuals, statistics and live match streaming, makes it a complete betting product.”Glowacki did admit that unlike retail customers in Poland, often 50+ and not so price sensitive, SSBT punters – mostly under the age of 40, are likely to be comparing retail vs online via mobile.Therefore, it makes sense that the SSBT strictly produces the odds you would find online, in this case with forBET, to avoid becoming something of an internal competitor for the operator.This particular arrangement is an interesting one in that forBET has no shops, in comparison to the country’s other retail operators Fortuna, Milenium, Star-Typ Sport (STS), Totolotek and Etoto, with forBET instead focusing its presence on the placement of these SB Betting terminals in pubs and sports bars – a strategy hailed by Glowacki as the “natural way to call customers to action”.This legal placement of terminals has attracted a lot of attention from retail slot players, who had previously been restricted to playing slots owned by government-controlled Totalizator Sportowy.Glowacki concluded: “The SSBT from SB Betting has given this group the opportunity to feel the spirit and comparable joy to playing on monopolized slots.”It will be interesting to plot the progress of SB Betting, and particularly its partnership with forBET, in a tricky market hindered by a 12% turnover tax on both retail and online gambling, which last year led to a spate of high profile withdrawals including William Hill, GVC and Pinnacle.last_img read more