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6 days ago

Senior Program Assistant, Board on the Health of Select Populations

National Academies Washington, DC

The Senior Program Assistant performs complex clerical and administrative duties for assigned program(s) or project(s) under minimal supervision… The Washington Post


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Research Associate, Board on Health Care Services

National Academies Washington, DC

The Research Associate develops pertinent background research which contributes to a greater understanding of conditions, issues and trends impacting… The Washington Post


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Research Associate, Board on Health Sciences Policy

National Academies Washington, DC

With support from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the U.S. Department of… The Washington Post


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Associate Program Officer, Board on the Health of Select Populations

National Academies Washington, DC

The Associate Program Officer, under general supervision, leads one or more of the organization├ó??s programs or projects. Conducts research and… The Washington Post


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Board Director, Board on Research Data and Information

National Academies Washington, DC

The Board is located within the National Research Council division of Policy and Global Affairs (PGA), whose mission is to help improve public… The Washington Post


6 days ago

Biostatistician, Radiation Effects Research Foundation - Hiroshima, Japan

National Academies Washington, DC

RERF is a bi-national foundation supported by the governments of the United States (the U.S. Department of Energy) and Japan and is a global leader… The Washington Post


6 days ago

Senior Program Assistant, Development, Security, and Cooperation

National Academies Washington, DC

The Senior Program Assistant performs complex clerical and administrative duties for assigned program(s) or project(s) under minimal supervision… The Washington Post


6 days ago

Senior Program Assistant, Nuclear and Radiation Studies Board

National Academies Washington, DC

The Senior Program Assistant performs complex clerical and administrative duties for assigned program(s) or project(s) under minimal supervision… The Washington Post


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College Intern

National Academies Washington, DC

This internship will support outreach efforts to promote awareness of the Academy├ó??s awards for outstanding achievements in science. The intern will… The Washington Post


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Program Officer, Food and Nutrition Board

National Academies Washington, DC

-Decrease the incidence of foodborne disease to improve human health nationally and globally. -Apply scientific knowledge to advise on policies and… The Washington Post


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    Long Term Substitute teacher at several NHA schools

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    I worked at National Heritage Academies part-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Hard working co-workers. Good Character Development program. Students make more progress

    Cons

    As a retired teacher, I was shocked by the schedules of NHS teachers. There is barely a minute to catch one's breath. The teachers are seriously overworked and it is no surprise that the average length of stay is 3 years. Teachers told me they didn't know how they could have a family and continue teaching at an NHA school. 8 specialist classes a day plus an hour of lunch duty and 1/2 hour car duty. Yikes. I would like to know what the profit margin is. I have a bit of a problem with NHA making a profit.

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    I think the Dean system is not that productive. There are too many of them. Principals should be doing more. Some of the deans are overseeing areas of which they have no expertise. It also causes a lot of turnover in staff.

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