Busy executive couple seeks experienced, professional Housekeeper (FT,M-F), caring for large downtown apartment. Ideal candidate has experience cleaning fine homes, knowledge of fine furnishing and up scale wardrobes, and have keen eye for detail. Top pay and corporate benefits (insurance, vacation, holidays, parking, retirement).
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Milwaukee Job Fair
Tuesday, July 22, 2014 9:00am – 7:00pm
Milwaukee Marriott Downtown
625 N. Milwaukee Street
Mahler Private Staffing is conducting a Job Fair for experienced Domestic Professionals to interview with our Milwaukee recruiting team. We have several unique employment opportunities available for experienced Housekeepers, Family Assistants, Houseman, and Personal Assistants.
We will be holding interviews on July 22nd at the Milwaukee Marriott Downtown, located at 625 N. Milwaukee Street, in the Governor’s Room, located on the first floor, left of the entrance when you walk up the stairs. Street parking and a parking structure on Milwaukee Street, across from the hotel, are available. Please email email@example.com to schedule an appointment, or feel free to stop in any time on Tuesday, July 22nd to meet with our team! Please visit our website, www.mahlerent.com, to lean more about our employment opportunities. Please bring resume.
WASTE REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST (100%)
SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTE EDUCATION CENTER (SHWEC) GREEN BAY
The Waste Reduction and Management Specialist is responsible for providing environmental information, education and technical assistance for UW-Cooperative Extension clients and audiences which include business and industry, communities, organizations and individuals. The Specialist collaborates with and supports the work of Solid and Hazardous Waste Education Center (SHWEC) specialists as they extend the programs of the Center throughout the state. The Specialist focuses on the primary audience of business and industry with the goal of improving the rate of recycling and reuse of solid waste; elimination or reduction of toxic or hazardous wastes; reduction of air pollutants; reduction of wastewater and storm water run-off or other forms of pollutants that may affect water, air, land quality or public health in Wisconsin. Up to 20% of the Specialist’s time will be spent in activities associated with collaborative research and planning with faculty and staff of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Environmental Management and Business Institute.
Application Deadline is August 5th, 2014
For details on how to apply visit: http://www.uwex.edu/ces/hr
Workforce Development Program Manager
Department of Workforce Development (DWD)
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR)
We are seeking a skilled leader to provide statewide management of specialized Vocational Rehabilitation programs. Oversee Independent Living programs under Title VII of the Rehabilitation Act, the federal In-Service Training Grant, and vocational rehabilitation requirements pertaining to Social Security Disability, and Ticket to Work regulations. Supervise staff and collaborate with stakeholders to ensure effective program delivery. Ensure that IT and data reporting needs are addressed.
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Había un joven, muy entregado a Dios, que a causa de su fe en Cristo iba a ser quemado en una estaca al día siguiente. En la misma celda donde el estaba encerrado, estaba también un anciano encarcelado por la misma razón, pero con muchos años mas como creyente y mayor experiencia en los caminos de el Señor.
Mas tarde, cuando ya estaba oscureciendo, el joven encendió un fósforo para encender una vela y tener luz en la celda. Mientras lo hacía, se quemó un dedo, gritando muy fuerte. Al ocurrir esto, le dijo a su compañero de celda, el anciano, la siguiente pregunta:
¿Como podré soportar ser quemado en la estaca mañana, si hoy no puedo si quiera soportar quemarme un dedo con un pequeño fósforo?
El anciano, con mucha paz, le respondió:
Jovencito, Dios no te pidió nunca que te quemarás el dedo, por eso no hay gracia para ello. Sin embargo, Él te está pidiendo que mueras por tu fe en Él, así que en ese momento la gracia también llegará.
Sin importar cual sea tu situación, si tu fe está puesta en Cristo, Dios estará ahí para respaldarte y derramar su gracia sobre ti. Recuerda que Él tiene el control. Dios tiene un plan para manejar todo a lo que nos podamos enfrentar en la vida. Su gracia es suficiente para satisfacer todas nuestras necesidades y cubrir todas nuestras debilidades.
“Cada vez él me dijo: «Mi gracia es todo lo que necesitas; mi poder actúa mejor en la debilidad». Así que ahora me alegra jactarme de mis debilidades, para que el poder de Cristo pueda actuar a través de mí.”
(2 Corintios 12:9) NTV
Distrito Federal María Elena Estavillo, comisionada del Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones (IFT), aseguró que la eliminación de la preponderancia de América Móvil no será en “fast track” pues mantendrá su carácter de preponderante por un año.
El procedimiento se estableció de manera muy detallada en los transitorios de la Ley, tenemos este primer plazo de 120 días para analizar la propuesta y analizarla en términos de que se reduzca la participación pero también de que se generen condiciones de competencia, detalló Estavillo durante el evento Globalcom 2014.
“Entonces se podría autorizar el plan de desinversión y para ello se le daría un plazo de un año para llevarlo a cabo, durante ese año se seguirían cumpliendo las obligaciones como agente económico preponderante”, explicó la comisionada.
Afortunadamente, dijo, la Ley contempló esta revisión de condiciones de competencia que deben existir para que América Móvil deje de ser preponderante.
En cuanto al “apagón analógico”, comentó que el Instituto tiene la obligación de dar seguimiento a la penetración del servicio de televisión digital en las ciudades a apagarse así como asegurar que los concesionarios transmitan señales digitales.
México.- El mexicano Carlos Vela, delantero del equipo español Real Sociedad, entrenó al parejo de sus compañeros esta mañana y podría ver acción en alguno de los tres partidos que sostendrán en territorio holandés en su gira de pretemporada.
Vela, quien la víspera realizó trabajo personalizado por separado, ya trabajó con sus compañeros, en una jornada donde el técnico Jagoba Arrasate contó con casi la totalidad de su plantel.
El delantero uruguayo Diego Ifrán, quien regresó de su cesión en el Deportivo la Coruña, y el atacante Alfred Finnbogason, refuerzo para el curso que está por iniciar, hicieron ejercicios personalizados por molestias físicas.
Los “txuri-urdín” buscan ponerse a punto lo antes posible, ya que jugarán la tercera ronda de clasificación de la Europa League el 31 de julio y el 7 de agosto; conocerán a su rival el próximo viernes en el sorteo que realizará la UEFA en la ciudad de Nyon, Suiza.
Real Sociedad programó dos sesiones de entrenamiento para este martes y en el trabajo vespertino, que se realizará a puertas abiertas, los futbolistas alternarán entre ejercicios al interior de las instalaciones y trabajo al exterior, sobre el césped de Zubieta.
The players, in matching black T-shirts bearing the number “1,” lapped up the love by playing up to the estimated 400,000 people packing the “fan mile” in front of the landmark.
Fans began arriving overnight to secure good spots to welcome home coach Joachim Loew’s team and the trophy. Germany’s fourth World Cup, the first since 1990, crowned years of work by Loew to modernize the team, and followed near misses at recent tournaments.
At a stage set up at the Gate, Mario Goetze, the scorer in the 1-0 win over Argentina in the final on Sunday, was greeted with deafening cheers by the sea of fans waving black, red and gold Germany flags.
Midfielder Toni Kroos led the crowd in a chant of “Miro Klose” — a tribute to veteran striker Miroslav Klose, whose two goals took his World Cup tally to 16 and made him the tournament’s all-time leading scorer.
As the players waited to take their accolades, the fans welcomed each of them with a chant of “football god” — giving Bastian Schweinsteiger, Thomas Mueller, Goetze and Klose the loudest cheers.
“We’re just mega-proud of this achievement, after standing here in 2006 and 2008 as third and then as second — and now we’ve finally done it after this long journey, with this sensational team,” defender Per Mertesacker said.
There were problems with the sound system, meaning most of the players’ words were lost to the crowd. The supporters didn’t mind, though, and cheered even louder as defender Jerome Boateng, back in his hometown, shouted: “I can’t hear you!”
The team plane landed at Tegel Airport in midmorning after flying low over the “fan mile.”
Captain Philipp Lahm led the team off the aircraft holding the trophy aloft, to a chorus of “Football’s Coming Home” from fans on the airport’s viewing terrace.
He was followed by Schweinsteiger, draped in a German flag and sporting a bandage over a cut under his right eye, the result of a tackle in the final.
From the airport, the team set off on a two-hour trip to downtown Berlin in a bus painted with the years of Germany’s World Cup victories: The previous occasions were in 1954, 1974 and 1990.
The team changed shirts and climbed aboard an open-top truck for the last part of the trip to the Brandenburg Gate, crawling through the crowds at snail’s pace. The festive crowds followed in the wake of the bus as it passed.
People traveled to the celebration from all over the country: “They’ve all taken their holidays to come here. It’s absolutely crazy,” Uhlig said. “We were behind the stage where the bus pulled up. Just incredible.
Berlin resident Katrin Fels, who brought her daughter, said: “We knew it would happen. It was clear from the start of the year that we had the best team. It’s perfect, perfect for all generations.”
Munich also was getting in on the act, with Germany’s large contingent of players from Bundesliga champion Bayern Munich heading for the Bavarian capital after the Berlin celebrations. Bayern and the local government planned a reception at the airport.
In the midst of Israel’s latest exercise in savagery, Palestinians are reporting the death of innocent children by Israel’s Defense Force in large numbers. All over Gaza infant children are wailing, amidst the sounds of explosions and jet planes, targeting any civilian who moves.
Reports from Gaza speak to massive destruction in once quiet neighborhoods with no military targets – except Palestinians who are fair game for Israel’s high tech US-supplied military machine. Reports also indicate that ambulances trying to evacuate wounded civilians have been targeted and destroyed, and over 70 had been killed, and of the 300 or so wounded, about 2/3 women and children.
Palestinians say that few Hamas activists have been wounded and that Hamas rocket launching sites have not been destroyed.
The United Nations reports that 80% of Gaza Casualties are Civilian in addition to thousands of them being displaced from their homes.
Thousands of Gazans have fled their homes amidst a relentless Israeli bombing campaign.
The United Nations estimates more than 20percent of the dead are children. At least 1,200 Palestinians have been wounded, nearly two-thirds women and children. More than 940 homes have reportedly been severely damaged or destroyed, some 400,000 people are without electricity, and 17,000 people are displaced
In a report to UNRWA by Mads Gilbert, a Norwegian physician who has worked extensively in Gaza. In every respect, the situation is disastrous. Gilbert reports:
“Palestinian children in Gaza are suffering immensely. A large proportion are affected by the man-made malnourishment regime caused by the Israeli imposed blockage. Prevalence of anaemia in children < 2yrs in Gaza is at 72.8%, while prevalence of wasting, stunting, underweight have been documented at 34.3%, 31.4%, 31.45% respectively.”
As the bombings continue by Israel’s Army, mourners weeping cling to each other in front of International news networks, a mother screams in disbelief as she mourns the death of her young son, who was killed while he was playing on a beach in the Gaza Strip with his three cousins.
The four boys, two aged ten, and two other boys both named Mohammad, aged 11 and nine, died in shelling from a nearby Israeli gunboat. Their bodies were draped in Fatah flags during their funerals.
They were killed as 100,000 Palestinians were urged to evacuate their homes ahead of an Israeli ground offensive.
Israel’s military has warned tens of thousands of Palestinians to leave their homes as the conflict escalates, raising fears that a full ground invasion of Gaza is imminent. However, many do not heed the warnings because Hamas dismisses them as psychological propaganda – and because it is not immediately clear where Palestinians are supposed to go while the entire Gaza Strip is under threat of Israeli airstrikes.
Israel has acknowledged that at least one attack which caused civilian casualties earlier in this conflict was a tragedy – and while it will argue that such incidents take time to investigate, it may do so again.
Israel blames Hamas for civilian fatalities and injuries at two levels. First, it says Hamas bears overall responsibility for the flare-up of hostilities and second, it argues that the Israeli armed forces go to great length to avoid civilian casualties.
It says Palestinian militants use their own people as human shields. Palestinians don’t accept any of that. They point angrily to the civilian death toll and feel they are being subjected to brutal collective punishment.
Both sides now appear to want to achieve a ceasefire. Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zukhri confirmed that his group would stop rocket attacks for a period of time.
Officials in Gaza say Israeli raids have left 220 Palestinians dead. Hamas rocket attacks have killed one Israeli.
Israeli army officer Brig Gen Yoav Mordechai told BBC Arabic that the ceasefire had been requested by the UN and other international organisations
The ceasefire comes at a time when dead children in Gaza now have to be buried and thousands of Gaza families must find new homes.