THE SELECTION PROCESS. 4.1 In order to seek selection in the Team, you must have:
THE SELECTION PROCESS. 4.1 In order to be appointed to the Team, you must have:
THE SELECTION PROCESS. 4.1 Where eight (8) or fewer permanent members apply for the four (4) job share positions available, all applicants shall be approved for the job share arrangement. Where one or two of the applicants do not have a partner in the same job classification (or with equivalent skill sets, i.e. where a member has not yet been signed off as a communicator) after the internal application process, the Board has the following options:
THE SELECTION PROCESS. Any unit member who applies for a transfer, promotion, reassignment or voluntary demotion and meets the minimum requirements for the position, shall be paper-screened into the recruitment process.
THE SELECTION PROCESS. Selecting the recipient (s) is administered by the Human Resources Department at OCPS. A panel will select the recipient (s). Inquires about this scholarship and requests for an application should be made directly to: Valencia Foundation The Valencia Foundation seeks to provide sufficient scholarships to ensure that no Central Florida resi- dent is denied access to at least an associate degree. Endowments provide Valencia with predictable and assured resources of financial assistance that guaran- tee economic access to higher education for those most in need. Scholarship Award for Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 2020-2021 Shortage Critical Subject Areas:  STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math), Elementary, ESOL, Exceptional Student Ed. (ESE)
THE SELECTION PROCESS. The MTI Child Survival Project Manager and MTI country office staff met with the CHT and various local leaders and community personnel to determine the respective populations or each of the villages included in the survey sampling frame. Population figures obtained from MOH Grand Cape Mount County statistics for 2009 were used in conjunction with mapping techniques and visualization of the areas by MTI Liberia staff. Each village was listed randomly, with its population beside it. When the list was complete, the cumulative population of each village was determined by summing the total population of that village with the combined population of all the preceding villages on the list. The total cumulative population of the villages in the catchment area was then divided by 30 to obtain the sampling interval for that region. A random number was then chosen, with the stipulation being that the number had to be less than or equal to the sampling interval. The cumulative population of each village was then consulted, and the village containing the random number (the village whose cumulative population is equal to or larger than the random number, and whose preceding village had a cumulative population less than the random number) was chosen as cluster number 1. The second cluster was then identified by adding the sampling interval to the random number. The village whose cumulative population contained this number was chosen as the location of cluster number 2. The remaining clusters were then identified by continuing to add the sampling interval to the number that identified the previous cluster. In this way, each cluster was randomly chosen, with proper weight assigned to each village based on its population size. The larger the size of a population of a village, the greater the chance of having one or more clusters assigned to it. The center of each cluster was determined by allowing the supervisors and enumerators local to these villages enlist the help of the Village Chief to determine the spot they felt was surrounded by an equal number of households on each side. The survey team then chose a random starting direction by spinning a bottle in the physical center of the cluster. The team would then walk in the direction the bottle pointed, and count the number of households in that direction until they reached the end of the households in that cluster. The survey team would return to the center and then choose a random number from a random number table, with t...
THE SELECTION PROCESS. Mentor Teachers shall be selected by the District. Pursuant to RCW 41.59.040, classroom teachers representing the unit shall participate in the Mentor Teacher selection process in accordance with WAC 392 196 035. Mentor Teachers shall be recommended by a joint screening committee composed of two (2) District and two (2) Association appointed representatives. All teachers in the District shall be notified in writing of the program, application process, and selection procedures, and the positions of the beginning teachers. Such notification shall be made as soon as possible following notification of SPI of those eligible for the program.
THE SELECTION PROCESS a. The primary pool of candidates shall include students who satisfy the program requirements, lists of whom shall be generated by audits and queries of LCCC student records.
THE SELECTION PROCESS. 6.2.1 The Part “A” (Techno-Commercial Bid) will be opened first to ascertain adherence to the tender requirements.
THE SELECTION PROCESS. 1.1 Any Player seeking to be nominated in and selected for the Teams must have: