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The 2023 DDM Schedule and Program are LIVE! Click on the link below to access the latest pdf version of the 2023 DDM Program and save the dates! If you have any questions or are interested in offering a session, please contact CTL at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The student loaner laptop checkout (and renewal) form for Summer semester is now live. You may request a new laptop checkout for the Summer semester or renew your Spring laptop checkout through the Summer return due date of August 16th.
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In the fall of 2022 Google moved from an unlimited storage model to a finite storage model for education customers. In the next week we are turning on storage limits for every person to ensure everyone will have space to use in Google Drive. Without having storage limits, one person could use up all the Google Drive space impacting everyone. No one needs to delete anything now. Everyone is set to a limit that does not impact their work or learning.
To learn how to check your space usage or see frequently asked questions visit the IT website. https://sites.augsburg.edu/it/services-we-provide/google-workspace-storage-limits/
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The following Augsburg Staff positions were posted within the past 7 days:
05/04/2023: Accounts Payable Specialist
05/04/2023: Riverside Innovation Hub Facilitator
05/02/2023: Lead Custodian
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The Accounts Payable Specialist will provide excellent customer service to students, staff, faculty, and vendors through timely and accurate accounts payable processing and office support. This position requires the ability to manage large volumes of work in a fast-paced environment. This position entails processing vendor payments and related tax reporting, preparation and approval of general ledger entries, performing reconciliations and related analysis, and assisting in the annual financial audit.
– Enter and process accounts payable on a daily basis.
– Entering service, contract, reimbursements, payment authorizations, student refunds, and invoices via multiple processes into accounts payable module for payment, matching purchase orders to invoices, verifying proper authorization and general ledger account coding, and uploading monthly journal entries.
– Ensure payments are completed weekly via multiple payment processes such as check and ACH payments.
– Maintain vendor profiles and recurring payment listing.
– Respond to vendor and staff inquiries and work with individuals to resolve payment and other questions.
– Research and investigate accounts payable issues.
– Perform monthly reconciliations, and prepare such tax forms such as 1099-Misc.
– Provide general office support to the Administrative Accounting Office.
– Create and upload monthly accounting journal entries
– Process weekly Student Credit Refunds via direct deposit and check
– Other duties assigned by supervisors.
Work environment and physical demands:
– Typical work environment is an office.
– Regular computer use.
– Sitting for long periods of time.
– Infrequent lifting of up to 10 lbs., grasping and reaching.
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Augsburg’s Riverside Innovation Hub (RIH) is committed to place-based vocational discernment in the public square for the common good. We partner with congregations who are working to develop and deepen relationships with their neighbors and neighborhoods. We convene learning communities of congregations and ministry leaders through large group learning events, cohort-based gatherings, and ongoing relationships. These efforts are aimed to support the context-specific ways congregations practice what they are learning in their own neighborhoods and in relationship with their neighbors. These collaborative efforts are sponsored by Augsburg University’s Christensen Center for Vocation and supported by Lilly Endowment, Inc.
The RIH Facilitator will work directly with several of our congregational partners in RIH by supporting two cohorts of up to four congregations each (up to 8 congregations in total.) The RIH Facilitator will support them on an individual basis, facilitate them as smaller cohorts of learning, and engage them with Augsburg-hosted learning events with all congregational partners. Additionally, the RIH Facilitator will develop practices and materials to support effective facilitation with congregations based on the work they do accompanying their congregations in the current iteration of the RIH Learning Community. They will collaborate with the RIH Lead Facilitator to integrate these practices and materials into their work with the learning communities, and contribute to the department’s “best practices” for transformational work with congregations. The ideal candidate will be a person who:
– Has experience effectively equipping, developing, and empowering groups or teams.
– Will be an innovative and reliable member of a team taking on complex and evolving work.
– Is not deterred by conflicts, roadblocks or the need to turn and pivot.
– Has a desire to see the church become more engaged in and shaped by its neighborhood.
– Has a hopeful realism about the state of church and its role in public life.
– Can think theologically and articulate theological beliefs in a way that is contextual.
– Can cultivate relationships and stick with them over the long haul.
– Has a commitment to the ministry of Christian congregations and a Lutheran theological understanding of vocation.
– Has a commitment to creating anti-racist culture and developing intercultural humility.
– Support four congregations individually by developing relationships, putting in the time to learn about their neighborhood and congregation, and being attentive to the particularities of each congregation to best help accompany them through a learning process.
– Facilitate and coordinate a cohesive learning cohort among the four congregations, building trust, accountability, and mutual learning.
– Integrate components of the Riverside Innovation Hub’s larger two-year learning arc in contextually relevant ways for congregations in the cohort.
– Through hands-on facilitation with RIH congregations, develop best practices and materials to support RIH’s ongoing work of transformation with congregations.
WORK ENVIRONMENT AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
– Typical work environment includes computer/desk work, facilitating in-person events, and meeting with individuals in person, over zoom and over the phone.
– The focus of this position is working directly with off campus partners and therefore many of the hours may be done remotely.
– Position will include occasional evening or weekend hours related to events.
– Regular computer use.
ADDITIONAL EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED
– Organize and schedule regular gatherings with congregations.
– Contribute to and participate in staff trainings to engage the materials that shape the learning community.
– Collaborate with other RIH staff to steward the RIH learning community of congregations.
– Collaborate with other RIH staff to apply anti-racist practices to our work with congregations.
– Develop learning strategies relevant to each congregation towards desired learning outcomes.
– Other administrative tasks as determined by supervisor.
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The MA in Leadership program is hosting its final Leadership Development session of the academic year, May 11 from 4:30-7:00pm. The session will include networking while enjoying refreshments and a panel discussion.
Topic: Key Challenges in the Transitional Workplace
During the third Leadership Development series, we will explore some of the key challenges leaders face in the transitional workplace. The world has seen significant cultural shifts which have led to challenges such as working remotely, managing hybrid teams, keeping employees engaged, and more. Leaders are being called on to navigate myriad challenges and transformations. In this interactive series, you will hear panelists across domains candidly discuss what they’ve learned about leading in this environment and how you can develop your skills to flourish in this ‘new normal.’
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I am selling a SLINT drum pad stand kit in great condition with three pairs of unopened 5a drum sticks. Email me if interested: firstname.lastname@example.org