Assistant manager – Athena Site http://athenasite.net/ Thu, 25 Nov 2021 05:56:09 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://athenasite.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/icon-1-120x120.png Assistant manager – Athena Site http://athenasite.net/ 32 32 Lloyd Blackman enjoys life back in Margate as deputy manager https://athenasite.net/lloyd-blackman-enjoys-life-back-in-margate-as-deputy-manager/ Tue, 16 Nov 2021 05:00:00 +0000 https://athenasite.net/lloyd-blackman-enjoys-life-back-in-margate-as-deputy-manager/ Lloyd Blackman admits the opportunity to return to football as Margate deputy manager came faster than he expected. Blackman is a familiar face at Hartsdown Park and returned to the club last month – less than four weeks after stepping down as manager at Whitstable. Lloyd Blackman recently joined Margate as deputy manager. Photo: Alan […]]]>

Lloyd Blackman admits the opportunity to return to football as Margate deputy manager came faster than he expected.

Blackman is a familiar face at Hartsdown Park and returned to the club last month – less than four weeks after stepping down as manager at Whitstable.

Lloyd Blackman recently joined Margate as deputy manager. Photo: Alan Langley

He was teammate with Margate boss Jay Saunders at Maidstone United and says the chance to reconnect with him was too good to turn down.

He said, “I love it, it’s fantastic. I didn’t expect to come back so soon, to be honest.

“I just got a phone call from Jay and Jay’s resume is there for everyone to see. It was something I never expected, but since I arrived the fans have been great, and the players want to learn and are willing to work hard.

“I hope I can add something to the party and bring something new to the table to help the players and the club.

“It’s my role and it’s a role I really enjoy right now.”

Former forward Blackman, now 38, is a former skipper of Gate.

“There are fans that I remember when I played here,” he added.

“It’s a great club. I’m just committed to my role, doing everything I can to help Jay and the players.

“I’m a little more out of the spotlight so to speak, and just trying to help the club as best I can.”

Margate is a steady climb in the Isthmian Premier standings, sitting just outside the playoffs in seventh, but suffered a setback on Saturday when he was knocked out of the FA Trophy, 3-2 at Needham Market.

After trailing 2-0 at half-time, goals from Vance Bola and Ben Greenhalgh equalized them before Needham leaders Hans Mpongo scored late in the game.

Blackman conceded, “We weren’t good enough.

“We had a good chat with everyone at half-time but we probably left too much to do.

“We can’t put in a performance like we did in the first half, we made it difficult for ourselves.

“When we did 2-2 I thought we were the ones with the upper hand, but we got sore at the end and they scored.

“It was disappointing but there was some positive to be learned in the second half.”

Margate welcomes Bognor Regis to the league this Saturday and Blackman said: “We are expecting a reaction this weekend.

“There are parts of our game that we did well – this is something that we will continue to work on.

“We have a good group of guys, but we all know there are things we need to work on.”

Among Margate’s ranks is midfielder Sam Blackman – no connection to Lloyd – which has caused some confusion.

Lloyd said: “We both have the nickname ‘Blacky’ so it’s kinda confusing when someone yells ‘Blacky’ because we both turn our heads and look around!

“I got a few texts when Blacky scored recently, with people thinking I’m coming out of retirement.

“It’s just pure coincidence that we have the same last name.”

Margate is hopeful striker Daniel Thompson (ankle), who has not played at Needham Market, will be fit to come back against Bognor.

Saunders, meanwhile, says he expects to sign two new players this week.

The club is also looking for a physiotherapist.

Email secretariat@margate-fc.com for more details.

Read more: All the latest sports news from Kent

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The Springs Resident Assistant Director is a true superhero https://athenasite.net/the-springs-resident-assistant-director-is-a-true-superhero/ Fri, 12 Nov 2021 23:35:56 +0000 https://athenasite.net/the-springs-resident-assistant-director-is-a-true-superhero/ By definition, a superhero is someone with extraordinary abilities, strong morals, and great empathy. You can tell Vlatka (Val) Slomic is a real superhero even without the neon green costume with cape. Slomic, Resident Assistant Director at Springs Healthcare and Rehab Center at Monarch Landing in Naperville, consistently demonstrates extraordinary dedication, strength and compassion. Slomic […]]]>

By definition, a superhero is someone with extraordinary abilities, strong morals, and great empathy. You can tell Vlatka (Val) Slomic is a real superhero even without the neon green costume with cape.

Slomic, Resident Assistant Director at Springs Healthcare and Rehab Center at Monarch Landing in Naperville, consistently demonstrates extraordinary dedication, strength and compassion.

Slomic left Croatia for the United States 21 years ago. She was working nights at Walmart when her sister-in-law became a Certified Practical Nurse (CNA) and encouraged Slomic to give it a try, too. Slomic said that although she was having difficulty with English, she decided to enroll in an 8-month healthcare course.

She juggled this carefully and, while looking after her young baby and working full time, achieved achievements including “best in class”.

After that she said, “My journey has begun.”

Slomic decided to pursue his new career as CNA in retirement homes.

“When I was growing up my grandmother ended up in a nursing home. It wasn’t like here in the States. It was a small building with four people sharing a room and a shower down the hall. . She received good care, but she was so sad there. I told my mom that I wanted to be a nurse when I grew up. But when I finished my training at CNA, I had knew this was actually the job I wanted to do, “she said.” Nursing is important but different. Nurses provide clinical care, but what I love is being with my patients, sit with them, hold their hands and listen to their stories. I give them my full attention. I love interacting with them. a CNA, I can help them with things like personal care and insurance that they are safe I like to help them get ready for the day.

Slomic said she lost her own parents at a young age. As a result, she said, “I treat every resident of The Springs like they are my own mom, dad or grandparents. I love them.”

Slomic worked at The Springs as a CNA for two and a half years and was later promoted to Chief of CNA, where she oversaw the two wings on the first floor. In July of this year, she was promoted again, this time to the position of Deputy Resident Director. In this capacity, she said, “I am responsible for the three floors, overseeing the CNAs, checking documents, mapping and assisting. I help make sure everything is under control and that a new intake room is ready when someone comes in. “

“I like my new job. It’s more responsibility. But I like being a leader. I’m very good at communicating and sharing new ideas to make things better,” she said.

“We have a great team and we are delighted to be able to recognize great potential as we did with Val. We are proud to have the opportunity to help him grow professionally,” said Elizabeth VanDerWal, Director of The Springs.

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Are you a friendly, confident communicator who enjoys working with a team to provide great service?

Do you hold a recognized degree in sport / leisure / fitness or in management and have significant work experience in a leisure environment?

Next, we need you to join the team and help run the Hampton and Whitton sports and fitness centers.

Where you will work

This role will involve tasks in 2 of our borough’s sports and fitness centers in Whitton TW2 6JW and Hampton TW12 3HB.

Facilities at the Whitton Sports & Fitness Center include a lighted multi-purpose play area, a lighted 3G astro turf pitch, a gym, a studio and a fitness room.

Facilities at the Hampton Sports & Fitness Center include a 3G lit court, gym, gym, 5-a-side court, multi-purpose play area, theater and studios.

Both centers are open to the public on weekdays from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. and weekends from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

You will work 36 hours per week on a rotational basis and this will include a mix of day, evening and weekend shifts in both centers.

What you gonna do

You will participate in the management of 2 dual-use sports and fitness centers in the borough, ensuring that day-to-day operations run smoothly.

With the direct supervision of all casual staff and instructors, you will develop your staff through 1-2-1s, assessments and team meetings.

You will have overall responsibility for managing bulk bookings at both sites.

Your workload will also support financial forecasting and budget tracking, programming and evaluation, health and safety, marketing and promotion.

You will also need to step in and cover as a service manager if necessary.

Check out the online job profile for more details on the different roles you can expect to perform.

What we will need from you

Good communication and organizational skills are essential for this position.

You must also have the following to apply for this position:

  • First aid qualification
  • Sport / fitness / leisure or management diploma
  • Significant previous experience working in a leisure environment.

You will also need a good knowledge of health and safety and an understanding of diversity and equality in employment and service delivery.

This is a great opportunity to deepen your management experience and move up the career ladder.

What can we offer you

The starting salary will be £ 30,558 per year. (The salary progression for this role is £ 30,558 to £ 37,026 per year.)

In return, we can offer you work arrangements that will improve your work-life balance. These include a generous vacation allowance with public holidays as well, as well as a wide range of learning and development opportunities.

In addition, we offer a full range of employee benefits such as membership in the contributory local government pension scheme, childcare vouchers, a new technology program, interest-free loans on travel cards. annuals, discounts on many leisure activities, restaurants, shops and other establishments. .

Apply now

If you are qualified and experienced enough, submit an application and tell us what makes you the best person for the job. Please make sure to complete all steps of the application process, as we cannot review incomplete applications.

Closing Date: November 14, 2021 at midnight.

We will contact you after the closing date to let you know if you have been shortlisted for an interview.

The closing date is given as an indication and we reserve the right to close this announcement early, or upon receipt of a sufficient number of applications. We strongly advise you to complete your request as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Useful information

Your health and well-being are our top priority. If you become ill from Covid-19 during the recruitment process, we would very much appreciate receiving an update from you as soon as possible.

Declaration of equality

The Richmond and Wandsworth Boards are committed to making our recruiting practices as inclusive as possible for everyone. We are committed to promoting equality and diversity and developing a culture that values ​​differences, recognizing that employees from diverse backgrounds make meaningful and positive contributions to boards and can improve the way we provide service. We are proud to be a confident employer when it comes to disability.

Important information

This position is exempt under the Offender Rehabilitation Act 1974 and, as such, appointment to this position will be subject to receipt of a satisfactory response to a police records check through the Disclosure Service. and prohibition (DBS). The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) helps employers make safer hiring decisions and prevent unfit people from working with vulnerable groups, including children. It replaces the Criminal Records Office (CRB) and the Independent Safeguard Authority (ISA).

Attached documents

Assistant Manager (Hampton & Whitton) – Job Profile

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Mayo Rape Crisis Center Deputy Director of Recruitment https://athenasite.net/mayo-rape-crisis-center-deputy-director-of-recruitment/ Thu, 04 Nov 2021 08:48:00 +0000 https://athenasite.net/mayo-rape-crisis-center-deputy-director-of-recruitment/ Posted: Thu, Nov 4, 2021, 8:48 AM Last update: Fri Nov 19, 2021, 10:44 AM MAYO Rape Crisis Center is seeking a part-time Assistant Manager for a one-year contract who will work closely with the Director of Services. The main responsibilities of this role will be to support the operational function of the service and […]]]>


MAYO Rape Crisis Center is seeking a part-time Assistant Manager for a one-year contract who will work closely with the Director of Services.

The main responsibilities of this role will be to support the operational function of the service and provide administrative support to the director. Experience in report writing and fundraising is desirable, as well as some experience in the charitable / non-profit sector. This position is funded by Tusla (Child & Family Agency).

Mayo Rape Crisis Center CLG is an independent, expert, dedicated and community-based non-governmental organization comprised of staff, volunteers and a board of directors. It exists to prevent and respond to crimes of rape, sexual abuse and sexual violence.

If you are looking to work in a supportive and dynamic environment, please apply with your CV and a cover letter describing your relevant experience to director@mrcc.ie.

The job description and other details are also available by contacting the center at the above email address.

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Deputy Director Arnold Keene retires from RSF https://athenasite.net/deputy-director-arnold-keene-retires-from-rsf/ Tue, 26 Oct 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://athenasite.net/deputy-director-arnold-keene-retires-from-rsf/ Rancho Santa Fe Associate Director Arnold Keene is retiring after 20 years of community service. Keene has spent 15 of his 20 years leading the Parks and Recreation department and believes he knows every inch of the ranch. “I know every tree, every trail, and every open space property,” Keene said. “It’s a great community. […]]]>

Rancho Santa Fe Associate Director Arnold Keene is retiring after 20 years of community service. Keene has spent 15 of his 20 years leading the Parks and Recreation department and believes he knows every inch of the ranch.

“I know every tree, every trail, and every open space property,” Keene said. “It’s a great community.

The Vista resident said it was a good time for him to step down knowing the organization is in good hands with a great team. The Association will miss his institutional knowledge as he is one of the oldest employees.

“The amount he has brought to this community, in different ways, is irreplaceable,” said Bill Weber, president of the RSF association, at the board meeting on October 7.

Originally from Los Angeles, before joining the Association in 2003, Keene owned a landscaping and construction business in Manhattan Beach. He owned the business for 15 years, winning multiple California Landscape Contractors Association awards for residential landscaping projects.

As head of the Parks and Recreation Department, he oversaw the Association’s open spaces, fields, parks and roadscapes.

“The parks service was the best job in the world,” he said.

He loves the sports grounds of Rancho Santa Fe with its vast expanse of green grass and the natural environment of the Arroyo Reserve. He is proud of the work done to improve, protect and maintain the “special” Osuna ranch over the years since the Association purchased the property in 2006. He is perhaps most proud of the work done to improve the properties. village parks, which 10 years ago were just grass with dying eucalyptus trees – the Association remodeled the parks and added plantings, benches and a winding path.

“This area is truly one of my all-time favorite projects,” said Keene, who hopes to add roses near the base of the park’s newest resident, the statue of Lilian Rice.

Keene was promoted to Deputy Director in 2018, repeatedly joking about having to wear a suit and tie at Association meetings. As Deputy Director, he took on a heavy load of overseeing field operations, RSF Patrol and Osuna Ranch departments, as well as various infrastructure projects including the development of the RSF Connect high speed fiber optic network, the $ 19 million project that brought gigabit service to all Covenant owners.

Keene’s last official day is October 28 and he will work with the Association on a limited basis until January to help with the transition. Principal Christy Whalen said she would be lucky to find someone who was half as qualified as Keene was in her 20 years of service to the community.

“Arnold made an indelible impression on Rancho Santa Fe. Whether it’s beautifying our parks and roads, cleaning up trees after a storm or overseeing the installation of our fiber optic network, Arnold delivers. at the highest level, ”said Whalen. However, it’s his responsiveness, kindness and sense of humor that members comment on the most. Arnold often advised new staff to ‘make a new friend every day.’ He did. countless friends over the past 20 years and we will all miss him.

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Vacant position of Deputy Director (Legal Operations) at GSTN, Delhi [Apply Now] https://athenasite.net/vacant-position-of-deputy-director-legal-operations-at-gstn-delhi-apply-now/ Thu, 21 Oct 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://athenasite.net/vacant-position-of-deputy-director-legal-operations-at-gstn-delhi-apply-now/ The National Institute for Smart Governance is inviting online applications for the position of Deputy Director (Legal Operations) at GSTN, Delhi. Position Name: Assistant Manager (Legal Operations) Essential Qualifications and Experience • Bachelor of Laws (LLB) / Any equivalent degree / diploma with approximately 3-7 years of relevant experience • Knowledge of various relevant laws, […]]]>

The National Institute for Smart Governance is inviting online applications for the position of Deputy Director (Legal Operations) at GSTN, Delhi. Position Name: Assistant Manager (Legal Operations) Essential Qualifications and Experience • Bachelor of Laws (LLB) / Any equivalent degree / diploma with approximately 3-7 years of relevant experience • Knowledge of various relevant laws, government …

The National Institute for Smart Governance is inviting online applications for the position of Deputy Director (Legal Operations) at GSTN, Delhi.

Job name: Executive Assistant (Legal Operations)

Essential qualification and experience

• Bachelor of Laws (LLB) / Any equivalent diploma / diploma with approximately 3 to 7 years of relevant experience

• Knowledge of various relevant laws, government policies, regulations and directives, and company policies and directives

• Excellent knowledge of all legal aspects relating to various laws – Labor law, etc., and procedures in civil and criminal matters

• Skills in drafting legal documents, memoranda of understanding, memoranda of understanding, powers of attorney, etc.

How to register?

• To apply online, click here

To access the official notification, click here

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Deputy Director appointed to perform the duties https://athenasite.net/deputy-director-appointed-to-perform-the-duties/ Wed, 13 Oct 2021 19:55:03 +0000 https://athenasite.net/deputy-director-appointed-to-perform-the-duties/ After meeting behind closed doors, Navasota City Council members voted to appoint the deputy city manager to serve as city manager in the absence or inability of the city manager to perform his duties and problems related. Board member Bernie Gessner introduced the motion, seconded by board member Josh Fultz. Council members present voted unanimously […]]]>

After meeting behind closed doors, Navasota City Council members voted to appoint the deputy city manager to serve as city manager in the absence or inability of the city manager to perform his duties and problems related.

Board member Bernie Gessner introduced the motion, seconded by board member Josh Fultz. Council members present voted unanimously in favor. Board member Patti Pederson was absent from the meeting. Navasota Police Chief Shawn Myatt is also Deputy Director General.

Council also discussed the dispute over the invoice received from Symmetry Energy Solutions, LLC for natural gas supplied to the City of Navasota for the month of February 2021. After the closed session resumed, no action was taken. socket.

STAFF REPORTS

Capital improvement project

John Henry of Bleyl Engineering said two of the more difficult areas from Schumacher Street to Brosig Avenue that run down all the way down Victoria Street have been designed. “We have found a few other reverse flows that will be fixed during this problem and that will help the flow go down,” explained Henry.

Henry also addressed the concerns of city staff who needed to ensure the new plumbing was done thoroughly and said he was working to secure easements to create a more direct route to resolve the issue.

He also spoke of work being done on a short road off Laredo, Dallas and Waco Streets to add services to two locations on those streets and in so doing expand to two vacant lots on Waco Street. Henry said they are carrying out an investigation to see where the services can be performed.

National evening

Navasota Police Chief Shawn Myatt said there were seven evenings for National Night Out. Myatt said the party at Ketchum Park had more than 100 people. “It went really well,” he said. “We had the county here, the district attorney, some of his investigators and a lot of firefighters joined us. “

District Attorney Andria Bender gave a speech and Firefighter Mitch Kroll spoke about the fire alarms. Myatt said there was an average of 7-10 nights for National Night Out, and with COVID-19 precautions, he thinks seven nights was a good number.

Economic development report

Development Services Director Lupe Diosdado provided a report on the exercise of permits and investments from October 2020 to September 2021.

There were 13 residential demolition permits; 64 existing housing permits (renovations or additions). “Of those 64, it was an investment of $ 667,000, so that’s really good,” said Diosdado. “It shows that our residents are investing money in their properties and it makes our city a better place.”

Diosdado said there was a new duplex which is the first multi-family unit in a long time, which is valued at an investment of $ 170,000. There were seven new manufactured homes, most of which were replacements that had not been replaced before.

Other figures include: Single Family Homes – 128 ($ 22,068,530.00); Commercial: Demolition permit – four; 10 building permits, including several airport hangars, Team Elliot Ford, Chicken Express, new Health Point and Key Performance Petroleum; (investment value $ 17,182,790.00); Renovation / expansion permit – 11; Controls – 1,590.

Action items

• Interlocal contract approved for cooperative purchasing services with TIPS (The Interlocal Purchasing System) purchasing cooperative and region 8 education service center.

• Approved Resolution No. 702-21, regarding the requested annexation of a 31.79 acre parcel of land and a 31.76 acre parcel of land in the James J. Whitesides Survey, A-62, Navasota, Grimes County, Texas, setting a date, time and place for a public hearing on a proposed annexation of said property by the City of Navasota.

Check out the full City Council meeting at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2q846q3cII.

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Former Liverpool star Paul Konchesky reels in life as West Ham Women’s deputy manager and believes WSL can become as big as men’s football https://athenasite.net/former-liverpool-star-paul-konchesky-reels-in-life-as-west-ham-womens-deputy-manager-and-believes-wsl-can-become-as-big-as-mens-football/ Mon, 27 Sep 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://athenasite.net/former-liverpool-star-paul-konchesky-reels-in-life-as-west-ham-womens-deputy-manager-and-believes-wsl-can-become-as-big-as-mens-football/ Paul Konchesky enjoys life in his new role as deputy manager of West Ham Women and hopes he can help them move up the women’s Super League rankings. He was made a permanent appointment this summer, having spent six months working with boss Olli Harder last season. Konchesky loves life right now Previously, former Liverpool […]]]>

Paul Konchesky enjoys life in his new role as deputy manager of West Ham Women and hopes he can help them move up the women’s Super League rankings.

He was made a permanent appointment this summer, having spent six months working with boss Olli Harder last season.

Konchesky loves life right now

Previously, former Liverpool and Fulham left-back Konchesky had worked in the Hammers youth squad as a coach and also served as assistant manager at Billericay Town, where he worked alongside Jamie O’Hara, from talkSPORT.

Now, the former England international hopes to pass on his experience to the women’s team and is delighted to have an official coaching position at his childhood club.

Speaking exclusively to talkSPORT, Konchesky said, “I love it. It’s obviously very different to be involved with men, but I really like it.

“I am on the grass every day and hope to give girls the experience I have and the knowledge I have gained in my career from an early age.

Things are looking up for West Ham Women

Things are looking up for West Ham Women

“Even now you continue to learn, although I have played football a lot in my career and learned a lot from different managers, different players and different coaches.

“This club means a lot to me. I grew up as a West Ham fan when I was a kid years ago and I was behind the North Bank watching and supporting my team.

“I had the chance to play for the club and to qualify for the cup final, which for me was one of the best things I have been able to accomplish in my career.

“I have coached at the club where I have been involved with the club for two or three years now, but to be back on the field on the management side is another dream come true.

“I know a lot of people say, ‘You are with the women’, but I think women’s football is only going one way now and I hope that one day it gets as big as the men’s. [football].

“Not just myself, but a lot of people are going to start pushing women’s football and getting people to try and watch.”

Harder is the manager of West Ham Women and is assisted by Konchesky

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Harder is the manager of West Ham Women and is assisted by Konchesky

Last season was a grueling one on the pitch for West Ham, with the team struggling on the wrong side of the WSL for much of the season, but Harder’s appointment as manager in December led to a resumption of fortunes.

Three clean sheets in the club’s last four games saw West Ham secure their WSL status for another season with an eighth place finish and have started this campaign promisingly, with four points in their first three games.

The Hammers claimed their first home league victory since February 2020 on Sunday after beating Leicester City 4-0 and Konchesky wants the team to challenge for a place in the first half this season.

“We have to do better than last season,” he said.

West Ham recorded an excellent win over Leicester as their strong WSL start to the season continues

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West Ham recorded an excellent win over Leicester as their strong WSL start to the season continues

“We have to be better, that’s a fact. I’m not saying we have to finish a point above [where we finished last season] but we have to be better and that means [in terms of] the style of play. We want to be presented as contenders.

“We know there are bigger clubs that have the money and want to invest more. But we are a unit here and a team that wants to stay together.

“We have it now and the team spirit is good. We don’t want to say we’ll be in the Champions League. We want to see where this takes us and if that means we’re towards the high end, that’s where we prefer to be. We don’t want to be near the bottom.

And Konchesky thinks Harder is the right manager to push them forward and up.

“It’s a bit full,” he continued. “He sometimes becomes excitable. He’s a passionate man, so he tries to pass his passion on to the girls and he brings that energy to every game in training. He’s an energetic man and he wants the best for these girls and he wants to be the best.

Konchesky enjoys working with Harder

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Konchesky enjoys working with Harder

Despite some entertaining and close encounters, the start of the WSL season was marred by question marks surrounding the level of the referees after some high-profile errors.

This prompted England legend Kelly Smith to call for WSL officials to be appointed full-time in an effort to improve officiating standards and the former striker wasn’t the only one to criticize the officials.

Chelsea boss Emma Hayes has called for the introduction of VAR technology and the goal line to the WSL following the Blues’ loss to Arsenal after Gunners forward Beth Mead appeared to be offside in preparation for his second goal of the game.

However, while West Ham’s assistant Konchesky would love to see VAR technology and the goal line implemented in the WSL, he doesn’t think it should be introduced just yet.

“I think that only helps. We know that women’s football is gaining momentum, but it will be step by step, ”he concluded.

“With the money at this point at the moment, there are probably other things that they are using it with. Especially when we play [men’s] stadiums, I would like to think that we could then use the men’s VAR technology or the goal line technology. It must be a rule for all of us.

“I hope that someday it will be big enough that we can put these rules in place.”

You can listen to Women’s Football Weekly every Monday evening at 7 p.m., live on talkSPORT 2.

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Assistant Manager (Commercial & Regulatory Affairs) Vacant position at Gujarat Maritime Cluster https://athenasite.net/assistant-manager-commercial-regulatory-affairs-vacant-position-at-gujarat-maritime-cluster/ Sat, 25 Sep 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://athenasite.net/assistant-manager-commercial-regulatory-affairs-vacant-position-at-gujarat-maritime-cluster/ The Gujarat National Law University is calling for applications for the post of Deputy Director (Commercial and Regulatory Affairs) for the Gujarat Maritime Cluster (GMC), a project promoted by Gujarat Ports Infrastructure and Development Company Limited (GPIDCL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Gujarat Maritime Council. (GMB). The position is on a contractual basis for a […]]]>

The Gujarat National Law University is calling for applications for the post of Deputy Director (Commercial and Regulatory Affairs) for the Gujarat Maritime Cluster (GMC), a project promoted by Gujarat Ports Infrastructure and Development Company Limited (GPIDCL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Gujarat Maritime Council. (GMB). The position is on a contractual basis for a period of 5 years (Renewal every year depending on …

The Gujarat National Law University is calling for applications for the post of Deputy Director (Commercial and Regulatory Affairs) for the Gujarat Maritime Cluster (GMC), a project promoted by Gujarat Ports Infrastructure and Development Company Limited (GPIDCL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Gujarat Maritime Council. (GMB). The position is contractual for a period of 5 years (Renewal each year depending on performance).

Job name: Executive Assistant (Commercial & Regulatory Affairs)

Post number: 01 (One)

Remuneration: Rs.8 Lakhs per year (CTC)

Essential qualification and experience

• CA / ICWA / MBA (Finance) / Postgraduate in maritime or international trade law or any other related discipline

• The candidate must have at least 5 years of experience (preferably in the shipping and logistics industry)

• Excellent understanding of the financial landscape and fiscal policies.

• Must be knowledgeable about corporate finance, corporate law, tax regime, SEZ policies, tax policies, etc.

• Solid knowledge of tax law and statutory regulations (Knowledge of international maritime taxation will be an additional asset).

• Previous experience with smart cities, IFSCs or other global business centers will be an added advantage.

How to register?

• Interested applicants are required to submit their completed application form with relevant supporting documents which should be sent by India Post (RPAD or Speed ​​Post) only to “The Registrar, Gujarat National Law University, Attalika Avenue, Knowledge Corridor, Koba- Gandhinagar, Gujarat 382426, India “no later than October 11, 2021.

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Harry Kewell and former Leeds United deputy manager sacked by Barnet https://athenasite.net/harry-kewell-and-former-leeds-united-deputy-manager-sacked-by-barnet/ Mon, 20 Sep 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://athenasite.net/harry-kewell-and-former-leeds-united-deputy-manager-sacked-by-barnet/ BAD START – Former Leeds United player Harry Kewell has been sacked by National League Barnet after a seven-game start to the season without a win. Photo: Getty The former Whites player arrived at The Hive in June, after being sacked by Oldham Athletic last season after a seven-month stint as the Latics boss. Barnet […]]]>
BAD START – Former Leeds United player Harry Kewell has been sacked by National League Barnet after a seven-game start to the season without a win. Photo: Getty

The former Whites player arrived at The Hive in June, after being sacked by Oldham Athletic last season after a seven-month stint as the Latics boss.

Barnet has not earned any wins for Kewell’s seven games as manager and a loss to Bromley on Saturday left them 22nd in the 23-team National League.

Bees chief football officer Dean Brennan said: “It was clear how much Harry Kewell wanted to make a positive impact, but ultimately the results and the poor start to the season dictated our decision. The plan for this season was for Barnet FC be tough in the top half of the table and that’s always our goal. “

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Kewell’s assistant Butler was also sacked.

Butler joined Leeds United as an assistant head coach during Thomas Christiansen’s tenure as manager, leaving with the Dane in February 2018.

He teamed up with Kewell at Oldham Athletic earlier this year and stayed at Boundary Park after the Australian was sacked, before the duo teamed up again at Barnet in July.

Kewell, who previously took charge of Crawley and played 14 games in Notts County, coached Leeds youngster Alfie McCalmont last season on loan from the midfielder to Oldham.

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