1. Academic Coordinator
2. Executive Director/PDSO
In other words, what do they do or should do?
I'm in my third year and its a bit late to turn back now but, after years of thinking I don't think I can go threw with being a cop, even though I have wanted to for a long time. What are some jobs you've had with a CJ Degree? What are out of the box ideas that pay well? Not like probation, patrol, jail work etc. Ideas!
What jobs can you do with a major in biotechnology? Can you be a forensic biologist or is that another route?
Also is it good for medical school?
What are the liscense/cert requirements. Also what is the position duties. General description of what you actually do?
Any good paying jobs?
I am up for a job interview for this position. and i also have a typing test tomorrow.
I do not feel like getting sucked into a coporate job or working for the government and I really do not want to take the bar. So what else can I do with my law degree?
I am looking at making a position with a modertaly large company that has no occupational Health nurse/safety coordinator, looking for things to write in an aplication to the company.
I wanted to what kind careers you can get with an Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice . I really want to know.
I am a POC (of 14!) and every person I have talked to on my list or just in general really thinks our FRG leader is not doing her job, what can we do to see about getting her removed? Who do we report her to?
Any help would be appreciated.
We have spoken to her about how wer feel and she seems to brush it off like we never said anything. She is also the Captains wife
Im looking foward in Moving to the state of Tennesee and would like to know whats the advantage of been bilingual and been in the field of Human Resources.
Please some jobs. From my experience I think I need to get at least a master's degree to get a job with a Biology degree.
What kind of degree is necessary to hold this position? Also, Salary.com puts the salary of these engineers slightly higher than normal environmental engineers, why is this?
Lastly, Salary.com lits "Top environmental executive" under its environmental category, and shows salaries ranging from $100,000 to $250,000. Do these well paid people work for consulting firms or huge companies? What are their working conditions and responsibilities?
Can you give me some feedback on things that you love about working for your dentist, or things that frustrate you about your jobs? When I get into practice in a few years I want to do everything I can to keep a happy staff and create an environment where everyone is motivated and able do their very best work all the time! I'd love to hear your experiences.
Interested in working in the disaster relief or emergency management field. I understand that it takes flexibility and the pay isn't always great. Does anybody have any experience in these fields and if so any idea where to begin?
School is an option but if it can be done without college that would be better.
I want to start work on a bachelors degree in a related field, but am not sure what a good path would be. What would be a good bachelor degree to pursue after receiving my MOA associates?
I don't really know anyone in my desired field to ask personally. I was thinking some sort of business management degree or something possibly? Medical office management bachelors?
Any help would be great!!!! Thanks!