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HOT JOBS IN EVANSVILLE AREA

first_imgDec 24 Easily apply General Duty-Transitional Job Dec 30 Data Mail, Inc. – Evansville, IN Sponsored Easily apply Dec 24 Dec 30 Office Assistant – Oncology – Full-Time, Days – St. Vincent Medical Group Oncology – Newburgh, IN. Monday – Friday 7:30am to 4:00pm. Brentwood Springs is a 48-bed behavioral hospital located near . The hospital offers inpatient and outpatient mental health and addiction treatment to adults,… Hours are Monday thru Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm. Responsibilities include answering a multi-line phone and routing calls as well as being able to answer some… Easily apply Dec 30 Receptionist SCI Shared Resources, LLC 3.1/5 rating   940 reviews  – Evansville, IN Attorney Robert Canada – Evansville, IN Mercy Urgent Care LLC – Newburgh, IN Easily apply We currently have a part time opening for a Field Operations Support Assistant at Alexander Funeral Home in Evansville, IN. Greeting family members and friends. Front Office Team Member – Business Assistant. Come Join our Successful Dental Practice as an Office Assistant – Business Assistant. Creates and prints fax cover sheets, memos, correspondence, reports, and other documents when necessary. Answers incoming telephone calls in a cheerful and… Office Coordinator for Evansville, IN and will remotely support Chicago, Madison and Boston. Provides general reception support to the office, such as answering… Front Desk Receptionist Mercy Urgent Care has one (1) full time opening for an experienced and positive attitude Medical Front Desk Registration & Reception position. Front Desk Receptionist Receptionist PT Front Desk Receptionist Office Coordinator FT Front Deck Receptionist. Medical office. Fast paced office. Communication and teamwork a must. Able to multi-task. Prefer medical office experience x 1 year… Dec 25 $18 – $20 an hour Heartland Dental 2.8/5 rating   563 reviews  – Evansville, IN $10.50 – $11.50 an hour Receptionist – Atria Newburgh FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharecenter_img We currently have a part time opening for a Receptionist at Alexander Funerl Home North Chapel in Evansville, IN. Researches records for genealogy requests. Atria Management Company, LLC – Newburgh, IN Full Time Receptionist/Clerical Assistant St. Vincent, IN 3.7/5 rating   4,978 reviews  – Newburgh, IN Full Time Receptionist/Clerical Assistant Dec 30 Office Assistant – Oncology Easily apply HOT JOBS IN EVANSVILLE AREA Provide customer service to students and visitors by providing directions and answering questions. Answer and transfer telephone calls appropriately. Legal Assistant/Secretary comScore, Inc. 3.3/5 rating   87 reviews  – Evansville, IN Hours are Monday thru Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm. Responsibilities include answering a multi-line phone and routing calls as well as being able to answer some… Legal assistant needed immediately. Email resume and availability. Job Types: Full-time, Part-time Salary: $18.00 to $20.00 /hour Experience: * Legal Office… $10.00 – $11.50 an hour Springstone, Inc 2.7/5 rating   84 reviews  – Newburgh, IN Dec 30 Confidential – Evansville, IN Dec 30 Data Mail, Inc. – Evansville, IN SCI Shared Resources, LLC 3.1/5 rating   940 reviews  – Evansville, IN Sponsored Ivy Tech Community College 4.1/5 rating   885 reviews  – Evansville, IN EyeCare Consultants – Evansville, IN Responsive employer Medical Front Desk Registration & Reception Eyecare Consultants has an opening for front desk receptionist. This position facilitates the patient registration and check-in process of the medical office… Sponsored Front Office Team Member – Business Assistant ‌ Responsive employer Easily apply Sponsored Dec 30last_img read more

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Sr. Justin Louise Stiker O.S.F.

first_imgSr. Justin Louise Stiker, age 94 of the Sisters of St. Francis in Oldenburg, died Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at the convent. Born April 29, 1925 in Indianapolis, Indianapolis, she is the daughter of Louise (Mann) and Justin Stiker, the second of four children.“Let the little ones come to me” was the common thread woven throughout Sr. Justin Louise’s life.  As a young student at Holy Name School in Beech Grove, Indiana, she met the Franciscans and Sr. Donald Fischesser made a lasting impression upon Justin Louise as her first grade teacher and she knew she wanted to be just like her and teach the little ones.Following graduation from Immaculate Conception Academy in Oldenburg, Justin Louise went on to graduate from Marian University and began her teaching ministry in Princeton, Indiana, as well as Streator, Illinois and Shelbyville, Indiana.  Although teaching was her dream, as years the passed she found herself increasingly nervous and anxious in the classroom environment and returned to the Motherhouse.  In 1985 she was diagnosed with Panic Disorder and after working through years of therapy, Justin Louise regained her independence and returned to teaching and tutoring the little ones she so treasured as she taught at Bedford, Indiana until her retirement.When interviewed about her life, Justin Louise noted, “I have learned to speak up and stand up for myself.  I know what I enjoy, and I plan to continue being true to myself.  I get up in the morning feeling good, and I thank God for another day – and thank Him for all whom have supported me along my life’s journey.”Sr. Justin Louise is survived by her brothers Robert and Joseph Stiker, both of Indianapolis. She is preceded in death by her parents and her eldest brother Eugene Stiker. Visitation is Tuesday, July 30th from 1-3 p.m. in the convent chapel. Funeral services follow at 3 p.m. with Rev. Neri Greskoviak, O.F.M. officiating followed by burial in the convent cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Sisters of St. Francis, P.O. Box 100, Oldenburg, Indiana, 47036 (www.OldenburgFranciscans.org). For online condolences go to www.weigelfh.com.last_img read more

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Nigeria win U-18 FIBA 3×3 Africa Cup of Nations bronze

first_imgRelatedPosts CAF gives date for resumption of AFCON 2021, Qatar 2022 qualifiers FIBA releases guidelines for basketball’s return CAF, NFF salute Chukwueze at 21 Nigeria’s contingent to the FIBA 3×3 Africa Cup of Nations in Uganda recorded a decent result while gaining vital exposure in the 3×3 format of basketball.In the u-18 girls category, Nigeria won bronze after edging out the Democratic Republic of the Congo in the third-place game by 8-6 points.The girls, who lost narrowly to Uganda in the semifinal, were determined not to leave the competition without an impression as they settled for bronze.Mali continued their dominance over the women’s 3×3 in Africa with an incredible 17-4 win in the final over Uganda.In the u-18 boys, Uganda once again proved to be the undoing of Nigeria at the tournament as the lads lost to Uganda 12-17 points in the third placed game.Despite the loss, Mustapha Oyebanji who shone brilliantly during the tournament joined Bourama Coulibaly (Mali) and Youssef Helmy (Egypt) in the Team of the tournament.Individually, Oyebanji also took home the bronze in the shoot-out contest while Alou Traore (Mali’s men) won gold at the Shoot-out contest after defeating Claris Osula (Kenya’s women) in a tie-breaking play-off round.Mali defeated Egypt in a nail biting final 14-13 points to win the tournament.The quartet of Godwin David, Lucky Subel, Agu Ibeh and Victor Koko lost out to Egypt  13-17 points in the quarter final stage.The women also lost out narrowly against bitter rivals, Mali 14-15 points in the semi finals. Tags: Africa Cup of NationsFIBAlast_img read more

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Proposition 103 finally near to the end of a long road

first_imgBut the 18-year journey to implement the entire ballot measure involves one of the longest delaying tactics ever seen, said Bob Stern, president of the Center for Governmental Studies, a nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization. Stern said it was a huge surprise when voters passed it in the first place because of the intense opposition by the insurance industry, which mounted an $80 million campaign against it. The legal battle continued afterward in what Stern compares to the tale of David and Goliath. “The problem is that David slew Goliath in a much faster way. It didn’t take 20 years,” Stern said. “But things moved quite faster in the old days. And Goliath did not have car insurance.” Advocates still hesitate to say the war has been won, because insurance companies could still appeal a court decision over regulation. But the rules are in place and people are already beginning to see some signs of relief. The Automobile Club of Southern California agreed in 2006 to base rates on a driver’s history instead of ZIP code, the first company to do so. Some rates ticked up about 5 percent, but most saw rates decrease by 7 percent, an annual savings of about $134, spokeswoman Carol Thorp said. Over the course of the next year, customers of other companies will see the changes, said Doug Heller, executive director of the Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights. “Sometimes the only thing worse in the delay of justice is to give up the pursuit of it,” Heller said. “Here we have resolution. Finally the peoples’ word will finally take hold. It’s taken a darn long time though.” In the end, California has dropped from one of the most expensive states in the nation for auto liability insurance to No. 20, according to a 2004 study from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. Policy holders pay an average of $832. New Jersey, Washington, D.C., and New York are the top three contenders for priciest rates, paying an average of $1,192 for liability insurance. If you’re looking for cheapest, you’ll have to move to Idaho, South Dakota or Iowa, where the average cost for liability insurance is $585. How do your car insurance rates fare? What are your thoughts about mandatory insurance and regulation? Tell our blog at www.insidesocal/alongfortheride. [email protected] (818) 713-3746160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! It’s been a 20-year battle fraught with court challenges and millions in legal bills, but California drivers should emerge victorious in a contentious battle for fair auto insurance rates by August 2008. By then, insurance companies have to be in compliance with state rules that say your driving history matters more than where you live when determining rates. We’re nearing the conclusion of the long, drawn-out battle over Proposition 103, which was approved by voters in 1988 and imposed stringent regulations on the insurance industry. “I was only 37 when I wrote this, and I’ll be 55 next year,” said Harvey Rosenfield, author of Proposition 103 and founder of the Santa Monica-based Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights. “In a way, I’ll tell you, it reflects very poorly on our government and judicial system.” Of the state’s 23 million motorists, those with good driving records should eventually see some relief when their car insurance bills arrive in August 2008 or later – in particular city dwellers who have fumed about paying more than suburbanites simply because of their ZIP code – a practice commonly referred to as redlining. Some have already seen changes. But what makes the savings even sweeter is the triumph over a mega-sized industry that fought to keep the rules in their favor. Car insurance became mandatory in California in 1970. And it didn’t take long for motorists to become angry and frustrated with insurance rates – emotions that led to the birth of Proposition 103. A main component of the measure – a 20 percent rate reduction that forced insurers to refund more than $1.2 billion to policy holders – took hold in 1993. And the call for an elected rather than an appointed insurance commissioner was also answered, along with greater regulation of home, auto and business insurance. last_img read more

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The Next Trillion Dollars: Join Us For ReadWriteMix With Keith Rabois

first_imgWhy Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… In Silicon Valley, it seems like a dozen startups get funded by venture capitalists every day.Yet the hard truth of numbers is that most of the billions poured into the sector are wasted, providing precious little financial return.Keith Rabois of Khosla Ventures, one of the smartest (and most complicated) tech investors I know, once pointed out to me that the tech sector as a whole has created more than a trillion dollars in value over the past decade.Yet that value creation is incredibly concentrated. Nearly two-thirds of the increase reaped by investors and employees comes from Apple and Google alone, with the likes of Amazon, Facebook, LinkedIn, eBay, Yandex and Baidu rounding out the list.Time For A Trillion-Dollar TalkRabois is joining me for an on-stage conversation at the next ReadWriteMix event in San Francisco on Wednesday, August 21. We’ll discuss this conundrum: If prospects for value creation are so unevenly distributed, how do investors bet on the right companies?Sign up for ReadWriteMix with Keith Rabois, Wednesday, Aug. 21.We’ll also talk about his formative years as an entrepreneurial executive and angel investor, joining the management teams of PayPal, LinkedIn, and Slide, and Square in their early stages and backing Yelp, Airbnb and Yammer.Rabois is also unmissable on Twitter, where he zings the likes of Foursquare’s Dennis Crowley (and gets zinged right back). He’s made a career out of speaking his mind. We don’t expect the night of ReadWriteMix to be any different.Sign up on Eventbrite for ReadWriteMix, an evening of drinks and conversation at Say Space in San Francisco, hosted by ReadWrite editor-in-chief Owen Thomas.Photo by Fortune Live Media owen thomas Related Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…center_img Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#Keith Rabois#Khosla Ventures#ReadWrite#ReadWrite Mix#square#startups#tech investing#tech stocks#Venture capital 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

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Oliver Stone to interview Edward Snowden in live Cineplex preview

first_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment TORONTO – Oliver Stone is offering up a sneak peak at his biographical political thriller “Snowden.”Canadians in select cities will get a chance to preview the film two days before its release Sept. 16. Facebook The screening will be followed by a live interview between Stone and whistleblower Edward Snowden, with the Oscar-winning filmmaker speaking from New York and Snowden appearing via satellite from Moscow. Login/Register With: Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Twitterlast_img read more

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Puel says Leicester should focus on honoring Srivaddhanaprabha

first_imgThe Foxes manager believes the result against Cardiff City on Saturday is irrelevant and that his club only needs to remember his former ownerLeicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha tragically died in a helicopter accident last weekend.And his club will not pause its participation in the English Premier League, as it will continue with its scheduled match against Cardiff City on Saturday.For the Foxes manager Claude Puel, the outcome doesn’t matter.harry maguire, manchester UnitedMaguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…“The result is the second thing but I think about our condition, our focus,” he told Sky Sports.“We will be ready but I hope we can find a good balance between conviction and emotion in this game because if we remain just on the emotion it will be difficult.”“But I am confident after seeing my players at a training session that they can give their best for a few minutes and I hope we can have this feeling just for the game. Before and after, we cannot forget,” he added.“I think we have a responsibility to continue this way and I think all the players are ready to compete.”last_img read more

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Blanc Henry made a mistake by taking Monaco job

first_imgLaurent Blanc reckons his former France teammate Thierry Henry would have been wise to turn AS Monaco downThe 41-year-old returned to his boyhood club to replace the fired Leonardo Jardim in his first managerial role.Henry had been previously linked with English Championship side Aston Villa, but chose to take charge at Monaco instead.The Arsenal and France legend has since drawn two and lost four of his six matches at Monaco.The 2016/17 Ligue 1 champions are down in 19th-place in the league table and appear set for a season-long fight for survival.“I would have turned down the situation at Monaco,” said Blanc, according to the Daily Mirror.“The situation is very dangerous for a first job. He knows Monaco well and he knows football especially well. But this does not feel good.”Opinion: Neymar will earn respect back from the PSG fans Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 After completing his incredible return to Parc des Princes, we predict that Neymar will earn the respect back from PSG supporters.The situation between Neymar…The former Paris-Saint Germain coach had previously endorsed Henry’s return to Monaco last month.“He wanted to get into this job; he wanted to break into the field,” said Blanc at the time.“And he has chosen exactly the right place, a club he knows well. And it’s in the French league too, which is noteworthy.“It has been quite a while since he was last involved in football in France. He will certainly bring ideas with him.“He’s young, he’s experienced and he has a knowledge of football that will certainly help him.”Club vice-president Vadim Vasilyev gave his backing to Henry this week following their 4-0 loss to PSG.Monaco will next take a trip to Caen on November 24 for another Ligue 1 fixture.last_img read more

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