Apply Before DateApril 30, 2021Contact InformationFor more information or questions about a job posting, pleasecontact the Department of Human Resources by phone at (912)478-6947 or by email at [email protected] Food Service SupervisorJob ID: 226138Location: Georgia Southern – SavannahFull/Part Time: Full-TimeRegular/Temporary: RegularAbout UsJoin Our Team at Georgia Southern!Georgia Southern is a dynamic university with three vibrantcampuses in Hinesville, Savannah and Statesboro serving thecommunities in Southeast Georgia. As a Carnegie Doctoral/R2institution, our world-class scholars instruct about 26,000students in associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral leveldegree programs. 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Georgia Southern University is passionate about servingour region while preparing our students to be lifelong scholars,leaders, and responsible stewards of their communities and theworld.LocationArmstrong CampusDepartment Information2320801- Armstrong-StarbucksJob SummarySupervise food service team to operate Dining Services with highestlevel of care, food quality and service. Wait on customers, takeorders, deliver, and/or service food, as well as perform cashierduties, stocking and receiving, and operation and cleaning ofdish-washing machine.ResponsibilitiesPerform related duties as assigned to support the mission ofthe UniversitySupervise daily functions of facilityOffer guidance and leadership to Eagle Dining team members indeliverance of quality food and customer service to ensureconsistent satisfaction in overall dining experienceAssist in managing inventory, ordering equipment and foodsupplies as neededAssist with payroll and hiring, as well as work scheduling andstaff trainingAnswer incoming calls to dining locationMonitor dining location dining room for cleanliness Required ExperienceOne or more years of related work experience Conditions of EmploymentGeorgia Southern University is a Tobacco and Smoke-FreeCommunity.Successful completion of background investigation and legalauthorization to work in the US prior to employmentMust be able to perform duties and responsibilities with orwithout reasonable accommodation Required QualificationsEducational RequirementsHigh School Diploma or equivalent KNOWLEDGEAdhere to University policies and procedures to meetInstitutional goals and support University’s mission for studentsuccessUnderstanding of procedures and willingness to followUniversity policies to meet institutional goalsKnowledge of use of food service equipmentUnderstanding of portion controlKnow and understand right temperatures of hot and cold foodsand temperatures for coolers and freezerKeen knowledge of sanitation regulationsKnowledge of methods and practices of food preparation,service, and equipment Proposed Salary$30,900 – $34,350Required Documents to AttachPlease provide three (3) professional references in theRequired Documents to Attach section of your application. Knowledge, Skills, & AbilitiesABILITIESConsistently exhibit engaging customer serviceNavigate web access and email with or without reasonableaccommodationProven proficiency with computers including Microsoft Office,Google, and/or applications as required for specific positionAbility to work well in a diverse environment For technical support, please call the Shared Services Center at(877) 251-2644 or [email protected] To apply, visit https://careers.hprod.onehcm.usg.edu/psp/careers/CAREERS/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=39000&JobOpeningId=226138&PostingSeq=1 Offers of employment are contingent upon completion of backgroundinvestigation including a criminal background check demonstratingyour eligibility for employment with Georgia Southern University,as determined by Georgia Southern University in its solediscretion, confirmation of the credentials and employment historyreflected in your application materials and, if applicable, asatisfactory credit check. 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Individuals in need ofreasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Actto participate in the search process should notify Human Resources:(912) 478-6947.Other InformationMust be able to perform duties and responsibilities with orwithout reasonable accommodation.Required to work in and outdoors in sometimes uncomfortableweather conditionsWork in industrial food service settingMay be required to maneuver items weighing up to 25 pounds withor without reasonable accommodationWorkweek may extend beyond 40 hours to evenings andweekendsOccasionally required to work holidays and during specialeventsRequired to stand for long periods at times and monitoremployee workstations throughout shift SKILLSDemonstrate commitment to inclusiveness by working well withdiverse populationsEffective communication (verbal and written); organizational(including problem solving and detail orientation); and humanrelations skillsDemonstrate appropriate organizational skills as required forspecific positionDemonstrated commitment to customer service centered workethicDemonstrated commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion Background CheckStandardOther InformationBelieving that diversity, equity, and inclusion contribute toexcellence in the workplace and to the quality of the University’sacademic environment, Georgia Southern University is committed torecruiting and retaining diverse faculty and staff to support,promote, and serve a diverse student body and promote InclusiveExcellence. Candidates from historically underrepresented groups,whose work furthers the institution’s Inclusive Excellence goals,and who bring to campus varied life experiences, perspectives andbackgrounds are especially encouraged to apply. jeid-6d835698f7ecb9489ff02be0a3bf0ba2
Toll Holdings of Australia acquired BALtrans Logistics in early 2008 and completed the re-branding of the company as Toll Global Forwarding on 27 February 2009. Toll is active in project cargo movements through its Perth-based Toll Project Services which specialises in project management and execution of moving difficult oversize, overweight and dangerous cargoes. Toll and BALtrans had highly complementary businesses in terms of strategy, capability, customers and industry segments with minimal network overlap, said a company statement.
Cam Heyward (AP Photo/File)PITTSBURGH (AP) _ Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Cam Heyward says he was fined by the NFL for paying tribute to his late father.Heyward tweeted on Wednesday that the league penalized him for writing “Iron Head” on his eye black during a game. Heyward’s father, Craig, spent a decade as a running back in the NFL and went by the nickname “Ironhead” for his physical style of play. Craig Heyward died in 2006 at the age of 39 following a lengthy battle with cancer.Heyward tweeted “Got fined for honoring my Dad who bravely fought cancer on my eye black. (hash)NeverGiveUp (hash)CancerSucks”Heyward said he would like to appeal the fine, though “I don’t know where I would get with that.”“It’s just sad that I got fined for honoring a man I respect and love,” Heyward said. “I’m not trying to go outside the NFL rules. I’m just trying to draw attention to the disease that took my father’s life.”___Online:AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and AP NFL Twitter feed: www.twitter.com/AP_NFL
Sport EN Vazquez played in 33 league games, notching three goals, and helping out the team with good work in wide positions. CEST Vazquez will be staying with Espanyol until 2019. His side failed to get into Europe last season but will be looking forward to the new campaign after reaching the Copa del Rey semi-finals. RCD Espanyol have signed Real Madrid winger Lucas Vazquez. 03/06/2015 at 17:15 He turns 24 on July 1 and Espanyol can look forward to his continued development. The Galician was on loan to Los Pericos last season and impressed, so they took advantage of the purchase option they had on his loan deal.
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It was a historic weekend for Galway handball, with no fewer than 5 All Ireland titles coming west, including Martin Mulkerrins senior win over Charly Shanks. The full list of results involving Galway handballers were: print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email GAA Handball 40×20 Juvenile Championship FinalsGirls U14 Doubles Galway (Sky Ni Mhaille Breathnach/Eadaoin Nic Dhonnacha) dft Tyrone (Dearbhla Fox/Clóda Nic Con Midhe) 15-8, 14-15, 15-13Girls U17 Doubles Galway (Orla Whyte/Aoife Nic Dhonnacha) dft Limerick (Ciara McCarthy/Keri Murphy) 21-15, 21-7Boys U15 Doubles Cork (Kealan Murphy/Gearoid Healy) dft Galway (Paul Kearns/Darragh Kyne) 15-5, 15-10Boys U14 Singles Galway (Mikey Kelly) dft Cork (Hayden Supple) 15-7, 15-0 Mens Senior Singles Galway (Martin Mulkerrins) dft Armagh (Charly Shanks) 21-9, 21-11Over 35 A Singles Wexford (Gavin Buggy) dft Galway (Ollie Conway) 21-17, 21-18Ladies Junior Singles Galway (Eimear Ní Bhiadha) dft Kilkenny (Margaret Purcell) 21-14, 21-11 GAA Handball O’Neills 40×20 Weekend 1 (Singles) Finals
The EYHL Provincial Wildcards & Play-off Finals are beginning to take shape and start on the 14th of April. The necessary information for these weekends are below: Venues/Dates/Qualification / Format The EYHL Provincial Play-offs consists of 8 teams (men) and 9 teams (women). The EYHL Play-offs are played over 2 weekends, with Provincial League winners rewarded with a bye directly into the second weekend.NB all Clubs have to provide their squads by to Hockey Ireland by 9th April 2017.Venues/Dates:Weekend 1: Sat /Sun 14-15 April: Provincial Wildcards (Men & Women) at Old Alex HC.Weekend 2: Sat /Sun 28-29 April: Provincial Play-off Finals (Men & Women) at UCC & Garryduff. Weekend 1: Sat /Sun 14-15 April: Provincial Wildcards (Men & Women) hosted by Old Alex HC. Qualification: (see EYHL Rule 5.4)The EYHL Working Group has made a decision to revert Rule 5.4 to the regulation per previous season to ensure that, where possible, we maintain the planned number of teams in the wildcard /provincials play-off competition as was intended.:5.4. EYHL Provincial Play-offs qualificationQualification for the EYHL Provincial Play-offs is based on placing position in the provincial league in the current season. Teams earn the right to compete in the EYHL Provincial Play-offs based on their finishing position within their provincial league feeder competition as follows:o Men: Ulster 1 / 2 / 3; Leinster 1 / 2 / 3; Munster 1 / 2o Women: Ulster 1 / 2 / 3; Leinster 1 / 2 / 3; Munster 1 / 2; Connacht 1All clubs who qualify for the EYHL Provincial Play-offs must confirm their participation by the due date requested.If a club is unable/un-willing to take up its qualifying place within the EYHL Provincial Play-offs, a further invite will be offered to the next highest finishing club from that province to a maximum of one further invitation per province.If a qualifying club is unable/un-willing to take up its qualifying place and there is another lower qualifier(s) from the same province, then the clubs ‘shuffle up’ in position to leave any gap(s) in the lowest qualifying position(s). Format: (see EYHL Rule 5.3)The format for the 2 weekends differs for men and women.Men Round 1: consists of 5 teams (Ulster 2 /Ulster 3 /Leinster 2 /Leinster 3 /Munster 2). Each team will play each of the other teams on a round robin basis over one weekend .The games will be 25 minutes each way.Round 2:The winner from Round 1, along with the provincial league winners (Ulster1 /Leinster 1 /Munster 1), qualify for the EYHL Provincial Play-offs knockout semi-finals/final.The winner of EYHL Provincial Play-offs final will qualify for the EYHL in the following season.The runner-up will enter a play-off with the 9th placed finisher in the EYHL to determine which club will join the winner of the EYHL Provincial Play-offs in the EYHL in the following season.Women Round 1:-consists of 5 teams (Ulster 2 /Ulster 3 /Leinster 2 /Leinster 3 /Munster 2). Each team will play each of the other teams on a round robin basis over one weekend. The games will be 25 minutes each way.Round 2:-The winner from Round 1, along with the provincial winners (Ulster 1 /Leinster 1 /Munster 1 /Connacht 1), qualify for the EYHL Provincial Play-offs Round 2 NB Round 2 is played in the same round robin format as Round 1. The winner of EYHL Provincial Round 2 will qualify for the EYHL in the following season.The Runner-up will enter a play-off with the 9th placed finisher in the EYHL to determine which club will join the winner of the EYHL Provincial Play-offs in the EYHL in the following season. Weekend 2: Sat /Sun 28-29 April: Provincial Play-off Finals (Men & Women) hosted by UCC Hockey Clubs with Garryduff being used for the men’s semi-final matches on the Saturday.Old Alex have secured their place is in the provincial playoffs as they currently sit 3rd in Leinster Division 1 but could yet move into second as they have a game in hand and are just 1 point behind Corinthian; Muckross have already booked their spot in the Finals weekend. The men’s Leinster league is even tighter with UCD and YMCA on 38 points each and just 1 goal in the difference, while Corinthian are 3 points behind but also have a game in hand.All is still to play for both the men’s and women’s Ulster teams; 7 points separates Bangor in 1st and Kilkeel in 3rd in the men’s league but Kilkeel have 2 games in hand in which they could overtake Instonians currently occupying second place. In the women’s league it looks like it’ll be a battle for 1st place between Queens and Lurgan, while Ballymoney could yet creep up in 3rd place as they have 5 games still to play.Bandon have already secured the number 1 spot in Munster as they went undefeated in the league, and UCC men will travel to Old Alex as the Munster 2 representative. UCC women’s team have already secured the Munster title on goal difference and still have their final match yet to play, while Catholic Institute will take up Munster’s second spot.The winner of the Connacht league will fill the final provincial spot in the Play off finals on April 28th/29th in Cork. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The culmination of the domestic season is fast approaching with some clubs even wrapping up their provincial fixtures this weekend. That means the EY Provincial Playoffs are right around the corner and Hockey Ireland are pleased to announce this year’s hosts:
But Murray praised Waterford, and rightly so, forthe Déise found a new level of performance and maturity.What’s more, he emphasised the brilliance of hisplayers after the resumption, indicating his belief that they are the equal orbetter of anyone when hitting top form, and that they possess the necessarymental fortitude to turn things around during a game.While the former had never been in question, it wasdoubted whether Galway possessed sufficient self-belief, or a capacity toreverse their fortunes in real time. They do look to have become a steeliercrew, physically and mentally since Murray came into the fold after last year’sNational League.Certainly, the manner in which they fended off theKilkenny rally in the League Final in March and overcame a significant wobbleto finish strongly and take the spoils was significant.Their group got underway with a rematch against theCats, who had two points to spare at the final whistle, having always been ontop in a tight affair. While that was a disappointment, it wasn’t terminal andthey are in the same stages of the competition now as if they had won thatgame.They haven’t always fired on full cylinders, mostnotably against Limerick in the group stage, but were never going to lose that,while proving far too strong for Offaly and Wexford to secure primary seedingfor the Quarter-Finals.Waterford provided a real shock to the system andCarrie Dolan’s accuracy from placed balls was crucial to keep them in touch.And but for Sarah Healy’s two brilliant saves early in the second-half, withWaterford leading by four points, who knows what might have eventuated.But as confidence soared, skipper Sarah Dervan droveon her charges from full-back, Niamh Kilkenny began to make her presence knownat midfield and with the full-forward line finally in receipt of ammunition,Ailish O’Reilly and Noreen Coen fired the vital shots.O’Reilly’s goal killed Waterford off and she hasscored 5-15 from five games to date, while Coen is on 1-11. Dolan’s 10 pointsbrought her to 27. Aoife Donohue, Heather Cooney, Tara Kenny and Lorraine Ryanare other key individuals.Cork finished with a points difference of +83 inGroup 2. That runners-up Tipperary were on +5 is an indication of their totalsupremacy. One area that seems to be established more than any other now istheir conditioning, where the added years of elite preparation in this regardcompared to many of their rivals, has seen them blow teams away in thesecond-half, when games have been competitive in the first.A panel that has claimed the last two All-Irelandtitles has been strengthened by the introduction of last year’sAll-Ireland-winning Minors and Intermediates, Saoirse McCarthy and ClíonaHealy, while Laura Hayes, another member of the 2018 Minors, is in her secondseason on the panel and Ciara McCarthy is another teenager making theirpresence felt.Yet Cork still possesses as strong and experienced aspine as you could wish for, from Aoife Murray, her successor as captain GemmaO’Connor, Orla Cotter and the Mackey sisters Katrina and Pamela. Amy O’Connorcontinues to be a threat and Linda Collins has benefited from a consistent 2018to become firmly established in the attack. Paudie Murray’s squad have gone about their businessremarkably quietly for a crew pursuing a three-in-a-row. Failure to get to theLeague Final would not have caused any sleepless nights but the concern forMurray and his backroom staff will be facing a Galway team that had a realworkout a fortnight previously, while not having played themselves for fourweeks.It is not a situation they are unaccustomed tohowever, and one recalls them being pushed all the way by the same oppositionin similar circumstances two years ago. We can expect a cracker once again. Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship Semi-Final Kilkenny v TipperaryLIT Gaelic Grounds, Limerick, 5.30pm Referee: John Dermody (Westmeath)This is one of the deadliest rivalries in GaelicGames, and it is fantastic to see it played out on one of the biggest stage ofthe Camogie calendar once more.Kilkenny have, of course, been regulars at thislevel, and are serial Semi-Final victors, pursuing a fourth consecutive Finalappearance and a sixth in seven seasons.On the other hand, Tipperary haven’t dined at thetop table for since 2006 when among the panel was Mary Ryan, who has had astellar season so far. They haven’t won the O’Duffy Cup since the previousyear, when their skipper was the unrelated Joanne Ryan, back in the fold on theIntermediate squad that claimed Division 2 League honours this year and hasalso reached the penultimate hurdle of their Championship.The Intermediates are returning to the last four andso too are the Seniors, which is indicative of the progression that has beenmade and a pleasing consistency of performance. This has been done whileintroducing some of the All-Ireland Minor runners-up of 2015, the champions of2016 and a handful of the current talented squad too.This campaign has had its well-publicisedtribulations, not least the loss of manager Bill Mullaney for health reasons,but the remaining mentors took up the cudgel, with Niamh Lillis the public faceof what she emphasises is a group effort.The Premiers came through the group stages with fourconsecutive wins to finish second, overcoming losses during games of keyindividuals such as Orla O’Dwyer and Karen Kennedy, in a couple of those tiesto advance.They then withstood an early Limerick onslaught togrind out a win in the Semi-Final. O’Dwyer was magnificent at Semple Stadiumthat evening, with Kennedy, Niamh Treacy and Mary Ryan, filling in at full-backdue to the injury of Gemma Grace, having already played centre-back and midfieldthis season, others to shine. Cáit Devane worked selflessly as usual and on adifficult evening for freetakers, was unerring from placed balls. Megan Ryanhas been a real goal threat throughout the campaign running from deep positionswhile the younger element is represented by the likes of Grace O’Toole. NicoleWalsh has recovered from concussion to be a major option from the bench andClodagh Quirke is an excellent team captain.Kilkenny have taken off the shackles this year,having deployed Anne Dalton as sweeper in recent seasons and withdrawn numbersto clog up the middle third in preparation largely for the Cork challenge. The2016 champions only lost the last two deciders to the Rebels by the minimummargin on each occasion but it appears that Ann Downey has decided to go forthe jugular this time around.While the Stripeywomen have always had heavyscorers, they have ramped it up this term with five individuals recording 3-10or more in just four games: Dalton, Denise Gaule, Katie Power, Michelle Quiltyand Miriam Walsh.The repositioning of Dalton has clearly been themost notable aspect of this shift in emphasis. It should be remembered that theSt. Lachtain’s legend earned three All-Stars at centre-back and is the reigningPlayer of the year, but she was player of the year a decade ago as amidfielder, from where she earned her other three All-Stars gongs. Most of thisseason has seen her operating across the half-forward line, with the oddmidfield appearance, and in accumulating 5-10 from play, at an average of justover 1-3 a game, is her side’s leading scorer.Dalton also got a goal as Kilkenny launched anultimately fruitless second-half rally in the League Final against Galway butthey gained some measure of recompense for that defeat, albeit with nosilverware on the line, when having two points to spare over the Tribeswomen inthe opening tie of the Championship. Comfortable victories were registeredsubsequently against Wexford, Offaly and Limerick. If Tipperary can get enough possession, and get thedeployment of Mary Ryan right – marker or springboard for attacks – they dohave the artillery to ask questions of a Kilkenny defence that possesses plentyof redoubtable operators such as Edwina Keane, Emma Kavanagh, Grace Walsh andCollette Dormer but has been largely untested since the Galway outing. They have also shown that they possess the mindsetto roll with the punches, as well as the quality to land a killer blow butKilkenny exude a sense that the whole year has been about September 8th aftertheir last two agonising near-misses and will be hot favourites.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship Semi-Final Cork v GalwayLIT Gaelic Grounds, Limerick, 7.15pm Referee: Liz Dempsey (Kilkenny) It was notable how Galway manager Cathal Murrayeschewed anything more than a cursory acknowledgement of his players’first-half failings in their Quarter-Final victory against Waterford. Thatisn’t to say that the players didn’t hear all about it in the dressing room atthe interval or again at training since.