Jobs!

We are keenly aware that information about our area's employment opportunities is key to your family moving to Dothan.

Excellent local jobs are available especially in government/aviation, education, non-profits, finance, healthcare, hospitality/tourism, manufacturing, and technology.

Here's several "hot jobs" currently under recruitment.

> Director, Reference Librarian Troy University, Dothan
> Director of Human Resources Commercial Jet
> Assistant Dean of Clinical Sciences Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine
> Chief Operating Officer Flowers Hospital
> Math Teacher Dothan City Schools - Girard Middle School
> Assistant/Associate Professor - Early Childhood Education Troy University, Dothan
> Assistant Professor - Mathematics Troy University, Dothan
> Assistant Professor - Sociology Troy University, Dothan
> Adjunct Instructors Troy University, Dothan
> Physician Recruitment Southeast Alabama Medical Center
> Pharmacist ($10,000 sign on bonus) Southeast Alabama Medical Center
> Clinical Educator, Emergency Services Southeast Alabama Medical Center
> Web Applications Developer Southeast Alabama Medical Center
> Director, Nursing Informatics Southeast Alabama Medical Center
> Director Service Excellence Southeast Alabama Medical Center
> Director Financial Decision Support Southeast Alabama Medical Center
> Assistant/Associate Professor Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine
> Project Manager Commercial Jet
> Director of Quality and Safety Commercial Jet
> Instructor Pilots CAE
> Training Management Information System Lead CAE
> Instructional System Designer CAE
> Training System Support Group Leader CAE
> Physician-Psychiatrist (Up to $264,000) Veterans Affairs
> Chief Medical Officer (up to $230,000) Veterans Affairs
> School Nurse (LPN) Dothan City Schools
> RN - RAI Assessment Coordinator - Nursing Home Wiregrass Medical Center
> Director of Nursing - Senior Care Unit Wiregrass Medical Center
> Manager - Environmental Services and Materials Wiregrass Medical Center
> Interdisciplinary - Mechanical / Electrical Engineering (up to $93,821) Fort Rucker, Army Installation Management Command
> Property Accountant LBA Hospitality
> QA/QC/Representative Golden Sands General Contractors
> Program Director/Manager The Transition House Inc.
> General Manager TMX Finance
> Program Coordinator MedMark Treatment Centers
> Assistant Plant Manager Sims Bark
> Audiologist (up to $69,098) State of Alabama
> Vision Rehab Therapist (up to $51,376) Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services
> Senior Social Worker (up to $53,995) State of Alabama
> Programmer Analyst (up to $84,276) State of Alabama
> Orientation and Mobility Specialist (up to $51,376) Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services
> Licensure and Certification Surveyor (up to $69,098) Alabama Department of Public Health
> Biologist III – Wildlife Option (up to - $76,348) Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
> General Sales Manager Camping World and Good Sam
> Auditorium Manager City of Dothan - Civic Center & Opera House
> RN - Director of Surgical Services Flowers Hospital
> Supply Chain Manager Jabil/Nypro
> Production Supervisor JELD-WEN
> General Manager, Courtyard Marriott LBA Hospitality
> Nuclear Mechanic - Refueling Technician Southern Nuclear - Farley
> School Psychologist Holmes County Schools (FL)
> Director of Career Development Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine
> Auditorium Manager (up to $73,486) City of Dothan - Civic Center & Opera House
> Tennis Recreation Supervisor (up to $57,324) City of Dothan
> Director II- Middleton Group Home SpectraCare
> Outreach Advocate Southeast Alabama Child Advocacy Center
> Driver Recruiter Coleman Worldwide Moving
> Aviation System Safety Engineer Safety Research Corporation of America
> Residential Construction Superintendent Jubilee Builders
> Fiscal Director SE Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission
> Regional Planner SE Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission
> HR Manager Southern Nuclear - Farley

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Teaching Our Principals About Religious Diversity

December 20, 2016
ORIGINAL URJ ARTICLE can be found at: https://goo.gl/q88uMX More…

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Blumberg Scholars

Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine (ACOM)

For more information, or to apply for this scholarship, please visit either the:

Southeast Alabama Medical Foundation

at:
 samcfoundation.org or the

ACOM

website at:
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Teaching Our Principals About Religious Diversity

December 20, 2016

ORIGINAL URJ ARTICLE can be found at: https://goo.gl/q88uMX

How Religious Diversity Can Strengthen Your Community
By Stephanie Butler , 12/20/2016


With the winter holidays approaching, many Jewish parents – in our community and others – face the annual task of reminding our children’s teachers that not all students celebrate Christmas. Last year, when I expressed concerns about this issue to our local school superintendent, he responded with the heart of a teacher, offering me an opportunity to highlight this issue at a specially created program this year for the school district’s administrators and representatives from numerous faith communities in our area.

I jumped at the opportunity and quickly formed a small planning committee that included Rabbi Lynne Goldsmith of Temple Emanu-El in Dothan, AL, a fellow congregant, Barbara Minsky, and me. Recently, the school administrators gathered with representatives from 10 different faith communities (Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, Religious Science, Freethinkers, Catholic, Episcopalian, Seventh Day Adventist, and Presbyterian) for a session that was engaging and enlightening for all.

Dothan’s mayor, Mike Schmitz, always a good friend of the Jewish community and a proponent of strong inter-religious, inter-racial, and inter-cultural relationships within our community opened the program, speaking about the beauty of Dothan’s diversity and the power of community when we all work together.

I followed the mayor, providing a summary of the religious communities in our area. No one was surprised that Baptists comprise 50% of the population in our local area, but many attendees were amazed that the percentage of Catholics, at about 3%, is as high as it is and that our local Muslim community is larger than the Jewish community.

Barbara Minsky reviewed the laws governing religion in the public schools, reminding school leaders that individual students may pray in school, but teachers and administrators may not encourage religious activities by students. She also noted that although students may distribute religious literature to their peers – and even proselytize – they may not harass other students. Here in the Bible Belt, what is and isn’t permissible in this realm is of concern to all of us who belong to minority religious groups.

The various faith leaders, including clergy, parents, and community members, then spoke candidly with school administrators in small groups. Highlights of this dialogue for school leaders included:

Studying verses from the Koran
Learning how isolated Seventh Day Adventist students can feel during the winter holiday season
Understanding that “nones,” atheists, and agnostics are present in the community in greater numbers than they originally thought
Learning about the diversity within Christianity
Being introduced to the basics of Buddhism and Hinduism
For the faith community volunteers, the session demonstrated that school leaders are eager to know more about students’ cultures and beliefs and teachers seek to be inclusive, but sometimes they just don’t know quite where to begin.

By far, the overriding message of the gathering is that much more binds us together than separates us. I am hopeful that despite our differences, this feeling of oneness will persist and that the interfaith session will serve as a catalyst to ensure that every child in our school system feels safe and respected – during the holiday season and throughout the school year.

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