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Staff psychotherapist, counselor at group practice 
Oasis Therapy Center - San Francisco, CA position and Berkeley, CA position
$75 - $88 an hour - Full-time, Part-time
Introduction to Oasis Therapy Center
Oasis Therapy Center is an expanding group practice with locations in Berkeley and San Francisco that provides high-quality outpatient psychotherapy services. Individual and couples therapy services are offered to help clients manage mental health concerns, and promote wellbeing in their lives.
Our expertise is in helping successful professionals with anxiety and depression.
Oasis Therapy Center is a warm, family-friendly work environment. Our model of care reflects a strong commitment to both patient satisfaction and happiness of our clinicians.
Job Description
Oasis is hiring a psychotherapist for our San Francisco office to hold in person and online therapy appointments, who has training and clinical experience in anxiety and depression, and works from an empirically-supported therapeutic approach (ie. psychodynamic, CBT, DBT, ACT, etc.) Clinical experience/training in a somatic modality (ie. Hakomi, yoga teacher, etc.) a plus.
You are an ideal candidate for this job if…
You are passionate about the mental health counseling you provide and possesses a strong work ethic
You have at least one year of post-licensure clinical experience
You prefer to focus on your clinical work and not have to worry about billing, marketing, and overhead
You have comfort and credentialing to see both individuals and couples
You are flexible and with scheduling, including daytimes, nights, and weekends
You are a team player but also work well independently
You are organized and have good attention to detail
You want your ideal caseload to be at least 15 client sessions per week- full time
The information below is not meant to be an exhaustive list of qualifications, efforts, duties, responsibilities, or working conditions associated with the position.
Qualifications
Maintain a current, unrestricted clinical license to practice therapy in California
Must hold a graduate degree that allows for the licensing and practice of mental health counseling (i.e. PsyD, LCSW, LPCC, LMFT, etc.)
Have at least one year of post-licensure clinical experience
Maintain a strong sense of identity and competency in your therapeutic approach
Previous experience providing counseling from an evidence-based perspective (ie. EMDR, psychodynamic, CBT, etc.)
Experience and ease with electronic medical record keeping
Demonstrate strong organizational and professional skills, including writing and treatment plan development
Ability to multi-task and prioritize tasks without direct supervision
In addition to daytime hours, able to work at least two days of late afternoon/evening hours (last appointment 8pm) and/or one weekend half-day (either 8am-2pm or 2pm-9pm)
Ability to work independently within the context of a group practice
Responsibilities
Responsibility to maintain one’s own professional liability insurance at established agency required coverage amounts
Develop treatment plan that addresses the client’s mental health diagnosis
Provide individual and couples psychotherapy
Have clinical confidence & competency to treat anxiety and depression
Provide periodic updates to Director regarding progress of treatment
Enter session notes within established agency medical record system and documentation timelines
Consult medical personnel, legal authorities, as required
Attend staff meeting twice monthly
Respect and uphold client confidentiality
Conduct at least 15 psychotherapy sessions per week, with the opportunity to expand to full time hours
Work at least two days of late afternoon/night hours and/or one weekend day weekly
Ability and willingness to see clients in person in our San Francisco office and online for teletherapy sessions
Perform other related duties as assigned
Compensation and Benefits
Competitive pay (range $75-88 per session) and bonus pay program. Full-time can earn up to $90,000+
Flexibility in making your own schedule with no on-call requirement
Strong community of like-minded professionals with frequent opportunities for connection
We bring in all of the business which means you don't have to (no more networking meetings or needing to promote yourself!)
Free use of electronic medical record system, cloud-based scheduling, and appointment reminders that you can access remotely if desired
Full business administration support and receptionist team
Free use of credit card processing, as well as billing managed on your behalf
Representation in all of Oasis marketing materials and campaigns
Interested Candidates: 
*Note: We will only be offering interviews to candidates who reply to the specific questions requested in the cover letter.
Please provide for your application:
COVER LETTER: specifically answering the following questions:
How many years of post-licensure clinical experience do you have?
Which empirically-supported therapeutic approach do you practice? Do you have somatic therapy experience?
In addition to daytime hours, are you able to commit to working two late afternoon-evening (last appointment 8pm), and/or one weekend half-day (either 8am-2pm or 2pm-9pm)?
Do you have your own private practice?
How many clinical hours a week is your ideal?
Are you able to see clients in our San Francisco office?
Do you have any teletherapy/online therapy experience?
RESUME
We’ll be reviewing applications on a rolling basis. We can’t wait to hear from you!
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Salary: $75.00 to $88.00 /hour
Required experience:
Post-licensure psychotherapy: 1 year
Required education:
Master's


From:    Career Development <careerdevelopment@CIIS.EDU>

Subject: Contra Costa County Job Announcement - SAFETY SERVICES MANAGER (AJFA-2017A)

 This job announcement may be viewed online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/contracosta.

 

Thank you,

 Chendarany Heang

Contra Costa County Human Resources

925-335-1701 office

925-335-1797 fax 


JOB TITLE:                           Assistant Residential Program Manager
SCHEDULE:                          40 hours per week, evenings and weekends as needed
CLASSIFICATION:              Full-time, Non-exempt
LOCATION:                          Confidential shelter site
SUPERVISOR:                       Residential Program Manager
SALARY/BENEFITS:                        $22 per hour, benefits/medical (Kaiser), voluntary dental, vision and life
SUMMARY:
The Assistant Residential Program Manager's (ARPM) primary responsibilities are to provide assistance to the Residential Program Manager through administrative, supervisory and programmatic support. This position will supervise direct services staff and make programmatic decisions when the Residential Program Manager and/or Program Director are unavailable.
RESPONSIBILITIES:
*         Assist with supervision of all residential direct service staff.
*         Assist with delivery of all program services including workshops, support groups, case management, client events, and other shelter client related activities.
*         Provide support and office coverage with direct client services as needed on site, including one weekend day a week.
*         Responsible for oversight and compiling statistical reporting including but not limited to monthly program reports to the Program Director, client records, crisis line forms, individual case files, and daily log and service statistics.
*         Handle payroll and coordinate with Residential Program Manager, Program Director and/or Human Resources Director in responding to HR issues.
*         Upon hiring, complete the next available domestic violence training offered by Riley Center and participate in appropriate on-going staff meetings and development training.
*         Participate in regular staff meetings: Case Management, Team Management, Community Time and In-Service Meetings.
*         Responsible for facility upkeep and maintenance management.
*         Participate in rotation of back-up emergency cell phone on a 24/7 basis.
*         Perform other duties as assigned and participate in on-going cross training to perform duties in other departments of the agency as needed.
QUALIFICATIONS:
*         BA degree in social services, psychology or other related field.  Equivalent work experience acceptable in lieu of degree.
*         3 years prior experience in supervision/management, with strong leadership and supervision skills.
*         Strong organizational, communication and administrative skills.
*         Experience with domestic violence issues/dynamics (personal, educational, &/or professional), especially in context to race, class, gender and sexual identity.
*         Ability to de-escalate crisis situations and make decisions under pressure.
*         Ability to develop goals, plan, organize and prioritize work.
*         Ability to think critically and resolve problems.
*         Strong social perception skills using active listening to work on understanding other people.
*         Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written English communication skills.
*         Intermediate data entry, Excel and Word processing skills.
*         Ability to maintain constructive and cooperative working relationships.
*         Ability to maintain professional boundaries with volunteers, clients and staff.
*         Knowledge, experience, and comfort working with a diverse community, including LGBTQQ, youth, immigrant, low income communities, and communities of color.
*         Professional demeanor and appearance.
*         Ability to move seamlessly between being a team player and working independently while being flexible in a quickly changing environment.
*         Commitment to the mission of St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco.


ST. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
To apply send a cover letter describing your interest and a resume to Lois Dutton:
Email: ldutton@svdp-sf.org<mailto:ldutton@svdp-sf.org> or by fax to 415-977-1271


JOB TITLE:                           Children's Case Manager (Spanish/English)
SCHEDULE:              40 hours/week; Mostly weekdays with some evenings & weekends
CLASSIFICATION:              Full-time, non-exempt, union
LOCATION:                          Confidential shelter site, San Francisco
SALARY/BENEFITS:            $19.59 per hour, benefits paid medical (Kaiser), voluntary                dental/vision, 403b retirement plan
SUMMARY:
            Under the supervision of the Children's Program Manager the Children's Case Manager provides counseling, case management, community outreach and assists with the coordination, implementation and development of the Children's Program and services with the emergency and transitional housing staff.
RESPONSIBILITIES:
*         Develop, coordinate & provide structured services to children and their mothers, including:  individual counseling, play/educational activities, field trips, child care, case management and advocacy.
*         Facilitate client group work as assigned, including children/youth support groups, healthy relationships' groups and parenting skills/education to mothers.
*         Provide translation as needed (oral and written) for the Children's Program.
*         Maintain and complete client records and service documentation in an accurate and timely
       manner.
*         Oversee protocol for Children's Protective Services reporting on suspected child abuse, including
notification, written responses and intervention.
*         Participate in regular staff meetings: Community Time, In-Services and Case Management.
*         Represent the Riley Center in community activities and projects, specifically the Homeless Education Council and the Homeless Children's Network.
*         Assist the Volunteer Coordinator in screening, training, scheduling and supervising volunteers and interns as needed for the children's program.
*         Maintain children's program areas and supplies.
*         Upon hiring, complete the next domestic violence training offered by Riley Center.  Participate in appropriate on-going staff development training.
*         Attend Riley Center staff meetings, supervision and trainings as required.
*         Assist with other direct client services in emergency situations.
*         Participate in on-going cross training to perform duties in other departments of the agency as needed.
*         Perform other appropriate duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS:
  BA degree in social services, child development or psychology preferred.  Work experience in social services in lieu of a degree is acceptable.
  Proficient written and oral fluency in both Spanish and English required.  Average ability to read English and Spanish required.
 Experience and familiarity with a variety of creative arts and children's play/educational activities.
  Knowledge of issues of child abuse/neglect, children who have experienced domestic violence and child development.
 Demonstrated skills in counseling, case management and client advocacy with children and families.
  Familiarity with Harm Reduction philosophy and approach.
  Ability to use critical thinking to resolve problems especially under pressure.
  Understanding of domestic violence issues, especially in context to race, class, gender, and sexual identity.
  Knowledge, experience, and comfort working with a diverse community, including LGBTQQ, youth, immigrant, low income communities, and communities of color.
  Working knowledge of community resources.
  Demonstrated commitment to open, direct, and non-violent communication.
  Ability to maintain construction and cooperative working relationships.
  Ability to de-escalate crisis situations and make decisions under pressure.
  Basic reporting skills including data entry, Excel and Word processing.
  Strong initiative and ability to work both independently and cooperatively in a small office.
  Ability to maintain professional boundaries with clients, volunteers and staff.
  Commitment to the mission of St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco
The St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco, Riley Center is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction.
Interested applicants please send a cover letter with your resume for consideration to:
Lois Dutton, HR Director
Email:ldutton@svdp-sf.org or fax: 415-977-1271

St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco RILEY CENTER | Services for Survivors of Domestic Violence


JOB TITLE:                  Children's Program Manager
SCHEDULE:                                40-42 hours week; Mostly weekdays, occasional evenings & weekends
CLASSIFICATION:    Exempt
LOCATION:                                Confidential shelter site
SALARY/BENEFITS: DOE, benefits/medical (Kaiser)
SUPERVISOR:                           Program Director

SUMMARY:
                Under the supervision of the Riley Center Program Director, the Children's Program Manager oversees the coordination, implementation and program development of the Children's Program and services, as well as delivery of youth focused presentations and outreach to the community and supervision of the Children's Program staff.

                     RESPONSIBILITIES:
*          Develop, coordinate & provide structured services to children and their mothers, including:  individual counseling, play/educational activities, field trips, child care, case management and advocacy.
*          Responsible for coaching, discipline, scheduling, supervision and annual evaluation of staff within the Children's Program.
*          Share responsibility of carrying the emergency residential cell phone with the other residential supervisors on a rotational schedule.
*          Provide program development for the Children's Program, including but not limited to curriculum, group activities, outreach to other community programs, and Children's Program at the Community Office.
*          Deliver presentations and attend meetings to represent the Riley Center, specifically youth focused, as needed.
*          Facilitate client group work as assigned, including:  children's support groups, mother's support groups and parenting skills education to mothers.
*          Maintain and compile client records and service documentation in an accurate and timely manner.
*          Oversee protocols for Children's Protective Services reporting on suspected child abuse, including notification, written responses and intervention.
*          Participate in regular staff meetings: Community Time, In-Services, Case Management and Team Management.
*          Represent the Riley Center in community activities and projects, specifically the Homeless Education Council and the Homeless Children's Network.
*          Assist the Volunteer Coordinator in screening, training, scheduling and supervising volunteers and interns as needed for the children's program.
*          Ensure accuracy of hours in ADP weekly for children's program staff and make changes as necessary.
*          Maintain children's program areas and supplies.
*          Upon hiring, complete the next domestic violence training offered by Riley Center.  Participate in appropriate on-going staff development training.
*          Assist with other direct client services in emergency situations.
*          Participate in on-going cross training to perform duties in other departments of the agency as needed.
*          Perform other appropriate duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:
*          BA/BS in psychology or related field preferred.   Work experience acceptable in lieu of degree.
*          Minimum one year of supervisory experience.
*          Experience and familiarity with a variety of creative arts and children's play/educational activities.
*          Knowledge of issues of child abuse/neglect, children who have experienced domestic violence and child development.
*          Demonstrated skills in counseling, case management and client advocacy with children and families.
*          Familiarity with Harm Reduction philosophy and approach.
*          Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
*          Understanding of domestic violence issues, especially in context to race, class, gender, and sexual identity.
*          Knowledge, experience, and comfort working with a diverse community, including LGBTQQ, youth, immigrant, low income communities, and communities of color.
*          Working knowledge of community resources.
*          Demonstrated commitment to open, direct, non-violent communication, and leadership skills.
*          Ability to de-escalate crisis situations and make decisions under pressure.
*          Basic reporting skills including data entry, Excel and Word processing.
*          Strong initiative and ability to work both independently and cooperatively in a small office.
*          Ability to maintain professional boundaries with clients, volunteers and staff.
*          Commitment to the mission of St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco.
St. Vincent de Paul is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

Please respond by emailing a resume and a cover letter stating your interest to ldutton@svdp-sf.org<mailto:ldutton@svdp-sf.org> or by fax to 415-977-1271

Program Coordinator-- Oakland Urban Strategies Council
Up to 75 K
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City and County of San Francisco
Junior Administrative Analyst - up to 72K
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Introduction to Oasis Therapy Center
Oasis Therapy Center is an expanding group practice in Rockridge, Oakland, that provides high-quality outpatient psychotherapy and psychiatric services. Individual and couples therapy services, as well as medication evaluation and management are offered to help clients manage mental health concerns, and promote wellbeing in their lives.
Oasis Therapy Center is a warm, family-friendly work environment that is committed to offering staff a supportive learning environment and opportunities to grow. Oasis’ model of care reflects a strong commitment to both patient satisfaction and happiness of our clinicians. 
Job Description
Oasis is hiring a psychotherapist who has training and clinical experience in ALL of these areas:
Therapy with parents, and specifically new mothers
Is a certified yoga teacher/massage therapist/somatic psychotherapist
Treats anxiety and depression
You are an ideal candidate for this job if…
You are passionate about the mental health counseling you provide and possesses a strong work ethic
You have at least four years of post-licensure clinical experience
You prefer to focus on your clinical work and not have to worry about billing, marketing, and overhead
You love working with new parents
You have comfort and credentialing to see both individuals and couples
You are flexible and with scheduling, including daytimes, nights, and weekends
You are a team player but also work well independently
You are organized and have good attention to detail
The information below is not meant to be an exhaustive list of qualifications, efforts, duties, responsibilities, or working conditions associated with the position.
Qualifications
Maintain a current, unrestricted clinical license to practice therapy in California
Must hold a graduate degree that allows for the licensing and practice of mental health counseling (i.e. PsyD, LCSW, LPCC, LMFT, etc.)
Have at least four years of post-licensure clinical experience
Maintain a strong sense of identity and competency in your therapeutic approach
Previous experience providing counseling from an evidence-based perspective (ie. EMDR, psychodynamic, CBT, etc.)
Experience and ease with electronic medical record keeping
Demonstrate strong organizational and professional skills, including writing and treatment plan development
Ability to multi-task and prioritize tasks without direct supervision
In addition to daytime hours, able to work at least one evening (last appointment 8pm) and one weekend half-day (either 8am-2pm or 2pm-9pm)
Ability to work independently within the context of a group practice
Responsibilities
Responsibility to maintain one’s own professional liability insurance at established agency required coverage amounts
Develop treatment plan that addresses the client’s mental health diagnosis
Provide individual and couples psychotherapy
Provide periodic updates to Director regarding progress of treatment
Enter session notes within established agency medical record system and documentation timelines
Consult medical personnel, legal authorities, as required
Attend staff meeting twice monthly
Respect and uphold client confidentiality
Conduct at least 10 psychotherapy sessions per week, with the possibility of expanding hours
Work at least two days of late afternoon/night hours and/or one weekend day weekly
Perform other related duties as assigned
Compensation and Benefits
An independent contractor opportunity with competitive pay 
Flexibility in making your own schedule with no on-call requirement
Beautiful, fully furnished office space and group therapy room with plenty of natural light, housed in a warm, family-like wellness collective
Strong community of like-minded professionals
Direct referrals--you do not need to generate any referrals
Free use of electronic medical record system, cloud-based scheduling, and appointment reminders that you can access remotely if desired
Free use of credit card processing, as well as billing managed on your behalf
Insurance claims processed on your behalf
Representation on Oasis’ website and marketing materials
Invitation to participate in monthly peer-supervision group
Interested Candidates:
*Note: I will only be offering interviews to candidates who reply to the specific questions requested in the cover letter, and provide a brief intro video.
Please provide for your application:
1. COVER LETTER: specifically answering the following questions:
How many years of post-licensure clinical experience do you have?
Please describe your clinical experience with new parents.
What kind of yoga teacher/massage therapy/somatic psychotherapy certification do you have?
In addition to daytime hours, are you able to commit to working two late afternoon-evening (last appointment 8pm), and one weekend half-day (either 8am-2pm or 2pm-9pm)?
Do you have your own private practice?
How many clinical hours a week is your ideal?
2. INTRO VIDEO:
Please provide a very brief video recording of yourself--no more than 2 or 3 minutes--further expounding on your interest in this position and experience in the job requirements. 
Nothing formal, just be yourself! I will be sorting through so many applications, so getting to meet you *live* will help me distinguish between resumes.
3. RESUME
We’ll be reviewing applications on a rolling basis. We can’t wait to hear from you!

Ayelet Krieger, Psy.D.
Licensed Psychologist
Director, Oasis Therapy Center
Adjunct Faculty, The Wright Institute
Phone: (510) 900-9746
www.OasisTherapyCA.com

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Please note, internship positions are not paid.
More information about SPUR's mission can be found here: http://www.spur.org/about/our-mission-and-history
To apply please email a cover letter and resume to me at volunteer@spur.org<mailto:volunteer@spur.org>.
Thank you!

Sammi Weintraub
Volunteer + Intern Coordinator
SPUR • Ideas + Action for a Better City
(415) 644-4883
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  *   Research Associate at the Department of Practical Theology and Religious Education<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4433.html>
University of Münster, Department of Practical Theology and Religious Education
  *   W3 Professorship for Educational Science with a Focus on Vocational Education<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4431.html>
University of Münster, Institute for Educational Science
Hong Kong
  *   Tenure Track Associate Professor/Assistant Professor in Modern Chinese Literature<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4303.html>
University of Hong Kong, School of Chinese
  *   Senior Lecturer / Lecturer I / Lecturer II in Master of Arts in Language Studies programme<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4305.html>
Hong Kong Baptist University, Department of English Language and Literature
  *   Senior Lecturer in the Department of Translation<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4310.html>
Lingnan University, Department of Translation
  *   Associate Professor in the Department of Translation<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4309.html>
Lingnan University, Department of Translation
Ireland
  *   Lecturer in Spanish Languages Studies (Permanent) <http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4301.html>
Maynooth University, School of Modern Languages, Literature & Cultures
Netherlands
  *   PhD candidate 'Prophylactic Healthcare and the Urban Public'<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4407.html>
University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Humanities - Amsterdam School of Historical Studies
  *   Postdoctoral researcher 'Townscape and Healthscape: Mapping the Sanitary City in Italy'<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4405.html>
University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Humanities - Amsterdam School of Historical Studies
  *   Lecturer in Photograph Conservation<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4406.html>
University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Humanities - Conservation & Restoration of Cultural Heritage
New Zealand
  *   Dean of Education<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4378.html> PRIORITY!
Victoria University of Wellington
Norway
  *   University Lecturer in Older History (Before 1750)<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4424.html>
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Department of Historical Studies
  *   Postdoctoral in Interdisciplinary Child Research<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4426.html>
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Department of Education and Lifelong Learning
  *   Associate Professor / Professor with a focus on Painting or Photography - and beyond<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4427.html>
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim Academy of Fine Art
  *   100% fixed-term position of 2 years Postdoctoral fellow Art and Ocean<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4428.html>
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim Academy of Fine Art
  *   PhD Candidate Art and Ocean<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4429.html>
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim Academy of Fine Art
  *   1 PhD position at the Department of Historical Studies<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4430.html>
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Department of Historical Studies
  *   Associate Professor in Nordic Literature Science<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4423.html>
University of Bergen, Department of Linguistics, Literature and Aesthetic Studies
  *   Fellow / Postdoctoral Researcher in Interdisciplinary Child Research<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4425.html>
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Department of Education and Lifelong Learning
Saudi Arabia
  *   Teaching Faculty in English Language / Literature, Applied Linguistics or Education<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4381.html> PRIORITY!
Al Khaleej Training and Education
  *   Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor in Design and Arts College<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4191.html> PRIORITY!
Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University
Sweden
  *   Doctoral Student Placement in Didactics, In-Depth Multilingualism and New Zealand's Learning<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4412.html>
Uppsala University, Department of Education, Didactics and Educational Studies
  *   Professor in Phonetics<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4408.html>
Lund University, Language and Literature Center
  *   University lecturer in Swedish as a Second Language<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4409.html>
Uppsala University, Department of Scandinavian Languages
  *   University Lecturer in Nordic Languages<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4410.html>
Uppsala University, Department of Scandinavian Languages
  *   Researchers in Archeology<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4411.html>
Uppsala University, Department of Archeology and Ancient History
  *   2 Doctoral Students in Didactics<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4413.html>
Uppsala University, Department of Education, Didactics and Educational Studies
  *   PhD Student in Pedagogy with a Focus on Preschool<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4414.html>
Uppsala University, Department of Education, Didactics and Educational Studies
  *   2 PhD Students in Pedagogy<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4415.html>
Uppsala University, Department of Education, Didactics and Educational Studies
United Kingdom
  *   Mellon Research Fellow in American History (Fixed Term)<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4422.html>
University of Cambridge, Faculty of History
  *   University Lecturer in American History<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4416.html>
University of Cambridge, Faculty of History
  *   University Lecturer in Architecture<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4417.html>
University of Cambridge, Department of Architecture
  *   University Lecturer in Computational Linguistics/Natural Language Processing<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4418.html>
University of Cambridge, Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Central Cambridge
  *   University Lecturer in Film and Screen Studies<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4419.html>
University of Cambridge, Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages, Central Cambridge
  *   University Lecturer in Medieval French and Occitan Studies<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4420.html>
University of Cambridge, Department of French, Central Cambridge
  *   University Lecturer in Modern British History, since c. 1800<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4421.html>
University of Cambridge, Faculty of History
  *   Departmental Lecturer in Latin American Studies<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4320.html>
University of Oxford, School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies
  *   Professor of Education<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4344.html>
University of Bath, Department of Education
  *   International Lecturer in Design<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4337.html>
Lancaster University, Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts
  *   Lecturer in Theatre<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4336.html>
University of York - Heslington Campus, Department of Theatre, Film and Television
  *   Professor in US History<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4332.html>
University of Durham
  *   Associate Professor in East Asian History (post-1000)<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4331.html>
University of Durham
  *   Assistant Professor in Modern Chinese History (19th and/or 20th century)<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4330.html>
University of Durham
  *   Lecturer in Creative Writing<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4329.html>
Queen Mary University of London, School of English & Drama
  *   ERC Research Associate/Fellow in 'Spaces of occupation in 20th century Asia (fixed term)<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4325.html>
University of Nottingham, Department of History
United States
  *   Full-time Instructional Faculty Opportunities in Education<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4440.html> PRIORITY!
University of Southern California Rossier School of Education
  *   English Lecturer<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4356.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Department of English
  *   Japanese Lecturer Search (2018-2019)<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4355.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Department of Asian Languages and Cultures
  *   Lecturer and Visiting Faculty in UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4354.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Herb Alpert School of Music
  *   Temporary Lecturer Positions in Information Studies 2017-18<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4353.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Department of Information Studies
  *   Temporary Lecturer Positions in Education 2017-18<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4352.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Department of Education
  *   Senior Lecturer in Language Resource Center (LRC)<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4351.html>
Cornell University, Director of the Language Resource Center (LRC)
  *   Department of Film, Television & Digital Media - Full / Part-time Lecturers<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4376.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Department of Film, Television & Digital Media
  *   Part-time and Temporary Lecturer in Italian<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4359.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Department of Italian
  *   Visiting Scholar (Without Salary) 2017-18 in Scandinavian Section<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4362.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, College of Letters and Sciences
  *   Writing Programs Lecturer<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4364.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Writing Programs
  *   Faculty Fellows AY 2018-19 in Spanish & Portuguese<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4363.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Department of Spanish & Portuguese
  *   Part-time Art instructor - Interdisciplinary Studio<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4373.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Department of Art
  *   World Arts and Cultures/Dance Faculty Pool 2017-2018<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4374.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance
  *   Visual and Performing Arts Education Lecturer<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4375.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, School of the Arts and Architecture
  *   Department of Theater - Full/Part-time Lecturers<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4377.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Department of Theater
  *   Part-time and Temporary Lecturer in Digital Humanities<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4358.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Digital Humanities Program
  *   Part-Time and Temporary Lecturer in French<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4357.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Department of French & Francophone Studies
  *   2017-2019 Temporary Faculty - Lecturer in History<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4365.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Department of History
  *   Lecturers/Visitors in Philosophy 2017-18<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4361.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Department of Philosophy
  *   AUD Suprastudio, Lecturer in Mack Studio<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4369.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Architecture and Urban Design
  *   Architecture & Urban Design Visiting Pool 2017-2018<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4370.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Architecture and Urban Design
  *   Part-time Art instructor in Painting/Drawing<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4371.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Department of Art
  *   2017-18 Lecturer in History<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4366.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Department of History
  *   Part-time Art Instructor - Ceramics<http://www.educaloxy.com/announcement,a4372.html>
University of California at Los Angeles, Department of Art
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