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  • Demonstrated knowledge of current trends in writing, graphic arts, photographic arts, display/exhibit development and electronic communications such as social…
  • Experienced Motion Picture Special Effects Operators Required (SPFX Assistants and Labourers).
  • IATSE Local 891 - The Union representing professional skilled…
  • Retail Data Specialist Part Time.
  • Our retail team needs a part time Retail Data Specialist to accurately collect and report retail data at our client’s retail…
City University of Seattle
Calgary, AB
  • Canada: Part-Time Teaching Faculty: Qualitative Research Methods in Counselling Psychology.
  • CPC520 Qualitative Research Methods in Counselling Psychology.
  • Developing and delivering a quarterly electronic Program newsletter.
  • Establishing and maintaining electronic records of applications and support materials.
City University of Seattle
Victoria, BC
  • CPC 529 Psychology of Addictions (3 credit).
  • Current theories and therapeutic practices are explored.
  • Striving for excellence in teaching and learning,.
City University of Seattle
Edmonton, AB
  • City University of Seattle/Canada is looking for an Associate Faculty for the School of Arts and Sciences to teach 50% of a 3-credit course.
$19.60 an hour
  • Receives and processes cash and electronic payments such as credit cards.
  • Provides excellent public relations, in person, on phone and through electronic…
City University of Seattle
Victoria, BC
  • CPC 523 Psychology of Human Development and Sexuality (3 credit).
  • The mayor theories of the field are covered and their implications for counseling practice…
City University of Seattle
Victoria, BC
  • CPC600 Child and Adolescent Counselling.
  • Methods, of integrating and applying systemic, developmental, and individual theories are emphasized.
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