Role. An Education Assistant (Special Needs) supports the Department’s main objective of teaching and learning of students through assisting the teacher in delivering planned education programs and encouraging a supportive and inclusive learning environment. Employees at this level work under general supervision and guidance performing tasks that require limited discretion and judgement in achieving clearly defined outcomes determined by the teacher. Employees will be able to apply techniques, skills and knowledge of relevant principles and practices acquired through previous experience, on the job learning or relevant qualification. Under general guidance, the Education Assistant (Special Needs) can be expected to perform tasks within the following range: • under teacher direction, assists in the implementation of specialised education programs such as occupational therapy, speech therapy and physiotherapy programs • assists teacher in the delivery of planned education programs, including the operation of computers and digital technologies, and implements individual student or small group programs or demonstrations • when required, provides feedback on education and therapy programs and participates in the evaluation process relating to the achievement of goals in special education • assists the teacher or therapist to understand when there is communication difficulty between them and a student • under teacher direction, provides feedback to caregiver/parent as to student progress • collects resources and administrative documents • manages classroom resources or storeroom by maintaining and updating inventory lists, monitoring stocklevels and requirements, and submits recquisitions to the teacher for approval • ensures the safe and hygienic storage and handling of foodstuffs and food preparation utensils. In addition, it is expected that the range of duties contained within Schedule A, when required to be performed, will be achieved at a higher competency than those reached by Level 1 Education Assistants.
Role. The JSC will (i) provide a forum for the discussion of the Parties’ activities under this Agreement; (ii) review, discuss and approve the overall strategy for the Development, Manufacture, and Commercialization of the Licensed Product in the Field in the Territory; (iii) review, discuss and approve the Development Plan and amendments thereto; (iv) review and discuss the Commercialization Plan and amendments thereto; (v) review, discuss and approve the Product Specifications; (vi) review and discuss Manufacturing activities, and approve such Manufacturing activities that could affect Paratek’s global clinical and/or regulatory program outside the Territory and outside the Field; (vii) establish joint subcommittees (each, a “Subcommittee”) as necessary or advisable to further the purpose of this Agreement; and (viii) perform such other functions as expressly set forth in this Agreement or allocated to it by the Parties’ written agreement.
Role. The Custodian, as agent of the Participant, but not as fiduciary, shall take, hold, invest, and distribute all of the assets of the Fund in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. The Custodian will serve as a non-discretionary, directed custodian of the Custodial Account. The Custodian is responsible for maintaining custody of the assets held in the Custodial Account, and for investing those assets as directed by the Program Sponsor on behalf of the Participant. The Custodian (in its capacity as such) will not be an administrative or investment fiduciary of the Plan, and nothing in this Agreement is to be interpreted as causing the Custodian to be responsible for the administration of investment of the Fund other than as directed by the Program Sponsor hereunder, or as performing other than ministerial duties. The Custodian may refuse to exercise any power that it believes, in its sole judgment, could cause it to become a “fiduciary” or “plan administrator” as defined under ERISA, or cause it to be exercising trust powers in contravention of any state or federal law to which it may be subject. The Custodian shall have no responsibility to draft or amend a plan document for the Plan, to administer the Plan, or to assist the Employer or the Program Sponsor in such drafting, amendment, administration, or maintenance, or to ascertain or provide advice with respect to the legal requirements applicable thereto except to the extent of any responsibility imposed upon the Custodian pursuant to the terms of this Agreement. The Program Sponsor represents and warrants to the Custodian that the Participant’s Employer shall maintain the Plan in compliance with applicable regulations issued under Code Section 403(b), including but not limited to the universal availability requirement and applicable nondiscrimination rules, and other applicable law.
Role. The role of the Project Liaison Group is to make recommendations to the Authority and to the Contractor, which the Authority and the Contractor may accept or reject at their complete discretion. Neither the Project Liaison Group itself, nor its members acting in that capacity, shall have any authority to vary any of the provisions of this Agreement or to make any decision binding on the Parties. The Authority and the Contractor shall not rely on any act or omission of the Project Liaison Group, or any members of the Project Liaison Group acting in that capacity, so as to give rise to any waiver or personal bar in respect of any right, benefit or obligation of the Authority or of the Contractor under this Agreement. No discussion, review or recommendation by the Project Liaison Group shall relieve the Authority or the Contractor of any liability or vary any such liability or any right or benefit. REPRESENTATIVES The Authority and the Contractor may appoint their representatives on the Project Liaison Group and remove those representatives and appoint replacements, by written notice delivered to the other at any time. A representative on the Project Liaison Group may appoint and remove an alternate (who may be another representative of that party) in the same manner. If a representative is unavailable (and the other Parties' representative may rely on the alternate's statement that the representative is unavailable) his alternate shall have the same rights and powers as the representative.
Role. The SIU shall be responsible for day-to-day implementation of the Project. Without limitation to the generality of the foregoing, the SIU shall carry out tasks that shall include: (a) preparation of Annual Work Plans; (b) providing the PFMU with such information as shall be required to enable the PFMU to carry out financial management under the Project; (c) preparation of consolidated Interim Un-audited Financial Reports incorporating financial management information submitted by the PFMU for this purpose; (d) carrying out of procurement; and (e) monitoring and evaluation of Project implementation.
Role. The Program Steering Board shall be responsible for providing overall oversight and policy guidance under terms of reference that are acceptable to the Association.
Role. The Board together has collective responsibility for the success of the Company. The Director will, when carrying out her duties under this Appointment, observe the relevant legal and regulatory provisions applicable to the exercise of such duties.
Role. (a) The role of a guidance counsellor (teacher) is to collaboratively design and/or implement a guidance counselling program which proactively fosters the development and mental health of students in the context of the Catholic school. The guidance counsellor (teacher) may be required to utilise their professional skills in areas including counselling, consultation, programming and psycho-educational assessment to address the relevant educational, personal, vocational and social needs of students within the school setting. In the wider context consultation is required with specialist and other personnel as well as various agencies in achieving service delivery.
Role. The JSC shall (i) provide a forum for the discussion of the Parties’ activities under this Agreement; (ii) review and discuss the overall strategy for the Commercialization of the Product in the Field in the Territory; (iii) overseeing the activities of the JDC, resolving any matter as to which the JDC has authority but cannot reach agreement, including approving the Clinical Development Plan or any amendment thereto, as applicable, and reviewing, discussing and approving any changes in the scope or direction of the Development work with Products in the Territory to be performed by Zai under this Agreement that would be a material deviation from the Clinical Development Plan, whether or not approved by the JDC; (iv) review and discuss the Commercialization Plan and amendments thereto; (v) establish subcommittees as necessary or advisable to further the purpose of this Agreement; and (vi) perform such other functions as expressly set forth in this Agreement or allocated to it by the Parties’ written agreement.
Role. The role of deans is to handle student discipline and other administrative responsibilities and shall not be involved in staff discipline or evaluation. Deans shall not perform evaluative walkthroughs, informal observations, formal observations or evaluations, nor be asked to offer input in the evaluation of teachers pursuant to the evaluation set forth in Article 10. Observations of teachers made by deans, even if discussed with administrators, will not stand as evidence in the evaluation process of the discussed teacher. Deans are not to act as substitute teachers, and are to devote their assigned time to the performance of duties set forth in their job description. Evaluation The administration may implement an evaluation instrument to be used for deans. Each evaluation cycle will consist of two (2) thirty (30) minute discussions/conversations and one (1) evaluation conference. The evaluation conference can happen at the same time as the second discussion/conversation. It is the responsibility of the evalutee to collect the data, artifacts, or records to be discussed during the thirty-minute discussions/conversations. The evaluator will also collect data for the discussion whenever possible. The Association would approve any specific evaluation instrument that the administration develops for the deans. The evaluation rating as a xxxx shall not affect their employment as a teacher.