NOW HIRING 10 New Job Openings In Wilmington

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below are some of the newest job openings in Wilmington:Full-Time Mathematics Teacher at Wilmington High SchoolFull-Time Member Onboarding Coordinator at AmetrosFull-Time Member Care Specialist at AmetrosFull-Time Rx Authorization Specialist at AmetrosFull-Time Durable Medical Equipment Specialist at AmetrosFull-Time Scenic Painter at Art of the EventPart-Time Nanny For Wilmington ChildFull-Time Shirt Presser at Anton’s CleanersPart-Time Scale House Operator at Lynch Materials Inc.Part-Time Sunday Deliver Driver at Optima(NOTE: Wilmington businesses — Feel free to send me your job postings at wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedNOW HIRING: 50 New Job Openings In Wilmington (Week of June 23, 2019)In “Business”NOW HIRING: 10 Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”NOW HIRING: 10 New Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”last_img read more

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Billionaire Pinera to return as Chiles president

first_imgChilean presidential candidate Sebastian Pinera celebrates his victory with his family and supporters outside a hotel in Santiago after the runoff election on Sunday. Photo: AFPBillionaire Sebastian Pinera will return to power as Chile’s president next year, according to virtually complete results from a runoff election held Sunday.Electoral authorities said the 68-year-old conservative, who previously led the South American nation from 2010-2014, had 55 percent of the vote, with 98 percent of ballots counted.His leftist rival Alejandro Guillier, a 64-year-old TV presenter turned senator who ran as an independent backed by outgoing center-left President Michelle Bachelet, conceded after receiving 45 percent.“We have suffered a tough defeat,” Guillier said. He called for the opposition to “defend” reforms started under Bachelet.He said Pinera walked away with “a solid and impeccable triumph.”Pinera will lead the country-the world’s top copper producer-for four years starting in March 2018.He will once again take over from Bachelet, who was barred by the constitution from running for re-election.Bachelet and Pinera have tag-teamed the presidency since Bachelet first took office in 2006. Since then, they have alternated in power, switching Chile’s politics between center-left and center-right each time.Pinera supporters were gathered outside his election headquarters in anticipation of his victory speech.Uncertain raceThe outcome of the runoff had been far from certain after Pinera scored a much lower than expected 37 percent in the first round of the election held November 19.Analysts had speculated that Guillier could bolster his 22 percent from that round by getting votes from other leftist candidates who were defeated.But in the end, most voters appeared to come down in favor of the experience of Pinera, who is worth some $2.7 billion and painted himself as a safe pair of hands for Latin America’s fifth-biggest economy.Voting had taken place under a somber cloud Sunday, following the deaths of five people and the disappearance of 18 more in a mudslide in the country’s south.Both candidates had projected confidence, with Pinera stating as he cast his ballot: “I have the firm conviction that we are going to win these elections and that better times are going to come for all Chilean households.”With no recent reliable voter surveys in the weeks before Sunday’s runoff, however, the outcome had been seen as wide open.Marco Moreno, of Central University, had called it “the most uncertain election since the return of democracy” after the end of Augusto Pinochet’s dictatorship in 1990.Lower growthAlthough copper exports, which contribute greatly to Chile’s wealth, are increasing thanks to demand from China and from the burgeoning manufacture of electric cars, the country is struggling relative to previous years.Its GDP is forecast to expand a modest 1.4 percent this year, the slowest pace in eight years. Forecasts suggest it will grow 2.8 per cent next year.Pinera and Guillier also promised to expand free university tuition brought in under Bachelet-a measure with historical resonance in Chile because paid tuition was introduced under Pinochet’s 1973-1990 rule.For Pinera, the vow was a U-turn, contradicting an earlier statement he had made that “free things mean less commitment.”The president-elect was often accompanied by his wife Cecilia Morel while campaigning, and also by their four children and several of their nine grandchildren.Their presence softened his public character, according to a member of his entourage who requested anonymity.As much as he is known as a demanding businessman-who had to divest investments including an airline and a football team for his first mandate-he also has a reputation for being cultivated, humorous and full of ideas.He hasn’t hidden his wealth, even wearing an ostentatious watch in the red of his campaign color. But he has also sought to project an image of someone concerned about injustice and ordinary people.last_img read more

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Thailand ahoy

first_imgLike every year, this year again on 7 July, students of United Group of Institutions are on their International Summer Education workshop at Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand. UGI aims to develop highly talented and committed professionals who can play lead role in the corporate world at global environment.80 students from various courses like MBA, PGDM and B.Tech were shortlisted on the basis of their academic performance, on-line selection test and final personal interview round. Along with them eminent faculty members are also on tour for assisting the students with ever ready mentorship and guidance. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’This tour aims for management students to explore their knowledge and enhance managerial skills like team management, leadership, decision making skill, total quality management, stress management & develop their overall interpersonal skills. While engineering students from different branches gets in depth practical session on Computer Science, Industrial system engineering, remote sensing, telecommunication, mechatronics, geographical information system, water engineering management and various updates on emerging trends and technological advancements in their respective branch/stream.last_img read more

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Descent of the gods

first_imgBased on 10th chapter of the Shrimad Bhagwad and inspired by Late Kamla Devi Chattopadhyay, Sharadotsav (Maha Raas Leela) – Nritya Natika in Kathak and Brindaban Braj Raas style on the auspicious occasion of Sharad Purnima is a cultural venture that is more than three decades ago. The production is the culmination of extensive research and authentic imbibing of the Brindaban Braj Raas under expert Gurus in the art. They have been holding this performance for the past 37 years and this is one of the most awaited three days cultural event of the Capital. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Uma Sharma, the renowned Kathak exponent has done pioneering research work on the Raas dance and drama of Brindaban. Over a decade ago she studied the technique under the guidance of Pt. Ladli Sharan Sharma the octogenarian authority on the style. She has now evolved a fine blend of Kathak and Raas Leela for her annual presentation of Maha Raas at Sharad Utsav. This year the performance was held over 6, 7 and 8 October at the Lakshmi Narayan Temple (Birla Mandir).last_img read more

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4 arrested for running fake job racket

first_imgKolkata: Four persons have been arrested by Kasba police on Monday from Noida in Uttar Pradesh for allegedly duping several persons on the pretext of providing them with jobs. They will be brought to Kolkata on transit remand soon.According to sources, recently two persons lodged complaints at Kasba police station alleging that some people have taken almost Rs 80 lakh from them assuring jobs at a multinational company. Later, police initiated a case and started the investigation. While probing the case, the sleuths came to know that the accused persons used to contact job seekers and tell them about vacant jobs. They claimed to be from a job consultancy firm and said they would provide jobs to them at renowned multinational companies. Also Read – 3 injured, flight, train services hit as rains lash BengalA few months ago, the accused persons contacted the complainants online and convinced them with their false promises. The accused persons had allegedly told them to provide some amount of money as security deposit. Later, they demanded more money as a registration fee and it kept continuing. The job seekers had approximately provided Rs 47 lakh and Rs 25 lakh to the alleged cheaters. The accused persons stopped all sorts of communication after they got the money. After a few months, the two job seekers understood that they were being duped. They immediately lodged two separate complaints at Kasba police station. Police had used mobile phone tracking method to nab the culprits. A few days ago, the sleuths came to know that the accused persons are in Noida. Immediately, a team from Kasba police station went to Noida and arrested four accused persons.last_img read more

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Blood test can help diagnose preeclampsia

first_imgA simple blood test can help diagnose a common but potentially fatal pregnancy complication – pre-eclampsia, finds a study published in The Lancet journal. During the study, by measuring the concentration of placental growth factor (PlGF) in a woman’s blood, doctors were able to diagnose pre-eclampsia two days sooner on average. “We knew monitoring PlGF was an accurate way to help detect the condition but were unsure whether making this tool available to clinicians would lead to better care for women. Now we know that it does,” said lead author Lucy Chappell from King’s College London. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfPre-eclampsia, a condition in pregnancy characterised by high blood pressure, sometimes with fluid retention and proteinuria, can cause damage to vital organs, fits and can be fatal for the woman and baby, if left untreated. Globally, 100 women die due to pre-eclampsia every day. “For the last hundred years, we have diagnosed pre-eclampsia by measuring blood pressure and checking for protein in a woman’s urine. These are relatively imprecise and often quite subjective,” Chappell noted. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveFor the recenlty conducted study, the research team studied 1,035 women with suspected pre-eclampsia from 11 maternity units across the UK. They were randomly assigned to two groups — one had their PlGF test results made available to their clinical team, the other did not. The PlGF testing was shown to reduce the average time to diagnose pre-eclampsia from four to two days and serious complications before birth (such as eclampsia, stroke, and maternal death) to four per cent from five per cent. There was no change in the likelihood of complications for the baby, the age at which babies were delivered prematurely or whether they were admitted to a neonatal unit, the researchers said.last_img read more

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