This afternoon Croft took some time out to take part in a Q&A with the Rugby World on Twitter. Here’s what he had to say…[View the story “Tom Croft Q&A” on Storify] LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Galloping flanker: Tom Croft makes a dynamic return for Leicester Tigers against Worcester WarriorsBy Alan DymockWITH STUART Lancaster’s Elite Player Squad (EPS) being released this week, many will be happy to see the return of one of England’s most athletic and skilled back rowers, Tom Croft. The flanker is back after an eight-month layoff following neck surgery, playing for Leicester last weekend.
Retirement Plan – ERAU offers immediate vesting and provides a6% gift and will match up to 3.5% of employee contributionsTwo BC/BS health plans – PPO and high deductible plan with ahealth savings accountTuition waivers for employees, spouses, and dependent childrenwill cover one undergraduate and graduate degree per personUse of various campus services: fitness center, library, mailroom and enjoy observation flights Job DescriptionEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Prescott, Arizona campus ishiring an experienced Grounds Maintenance Keeper to support theFacilities Management Team. Embry-Riddle’s Prescott Campus isrespected worldwide for cutting-edge instruction and training fortomorrow’s aviation, aerospace, security and intelligence leaders.Prescott is a mile-high city and its climate reflects seasonableweather excellent for flying. Daytime averages are 80°F in thesummer and 45°F in the winter. At 5,000 ft. above sea level, itboasts a mild climate, clean air, pristine wilderness areas, andnearby national forests. The university is a small, private,residential university in the mountains of Arizona withapproximately 3,500 students. Staff/faculty/student interaction ishighly valued and is a central theme of our campus. It is located100 miles north of Phoenix and 120 miles south of the GrandCanyon.Description:Tuesday – Saturday; 0700-1530The Grounds Keeper supports Facilities Management Department byperforming grounds and landscape maintenance, renovations oflandscape, irrigation systems and hardscape, turf management,irrigation installations and repairs to existing irrigation,clearing and maintaining drainage systems, roads & parkinglots, fencing, picking up litter and debris, planting, cultivating,irrigating and pruning a variety of types of trees, shrubs, groundcover, flowers and grasses.Includes the use and proper operation of electrically-powered andgasoline-powered grounds keeping equipment and machines, and theuse of small hand and power tools or equipment. Holding or beingable to acquire State of Arizona Applicator License for applyingherbicides is required.ERAU benefits include: QualificationsArizona Department of Agriculture Office of Pest ManagementHerbicide Applicator’s License (or the ability to obtain suchlicense within the first 90 days of employment.At least three years of commercial grounds maintenance andlandscaping experience.Valid Arizona Driver’s License and clean MVD driving recordupon employment.At least two years of licensed experience driving manual shifttype vehicles and equipment.Ability to operate campus vehicles, equipment, machinery,trucks, tractors and mowers in a safe, responsible manner.Hold State of AZ license or the ability to pass the staterequired spray license examination within 90 days ofemployment.Ability to read labels and directions for combiningmixtures.Ability to calculate mixtures using mathematics.Ability to write for managing daily work orders and recordingdata related to herbicide application.Knowledge of fertilizers, insecticides and herbicides used ingrounds care and gardening. Must be able to regularly life greaterthan 25 lbs.Minimum 3-5 years of related work experience
RelatedPosts Runarsson joins Arsenal on four-year deal Arsenal, Wolves want Michael Olise Akpom pens Middlesbrough loan deal Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang became the fastest Arsenal player to score 50 Premier League goals against Norwich.The Gabon international beat the record previously held by Thierry Henry when he bagged the opener against the Canaries. Tim Krul gave him a major helping hand as his blunder gifted the prolific marksman with the opportunity to score his half century in his 79th game.It means he topped Henry’s record in four fewer games having been Arsenal’s main source of goals since joining in 2018.His goal against Norwich was his 19th of the season and takes him level with current top scorer Jamie Vardy.Aubameyang’s future remains in doubt with the striker entering the final year of his deal.Mikel Arteta and Arsenal are desperate to retain the player despite the club’s hierarchy saying they will sell players who look to run down their contracts. Inter Milan, Barcelona and Chelsea have all been linked with the 31-year-old.Talks over a new deal were shelved due to the coronavirus pandemic and Aubameyang recently admitted that the ball is in Arsenal’s court.“Recently I haven’t received an offer but of course there have been discussions with the club for a fair few months now,” he told French outlet Telefoot .“And they know very well why so far nothing has happened. It’s them [the club] who have the keys and for them to do their work. Afterwards we will see how things go.“It is a turning point in my career, and I will be very frank with everyone, it will be of course a very difficult decision to make because I have still not decided. “It is possibly the most important decision of my career. To be clear, nothing has been decided.”Tags: ArsenalNorwich CityPierre-Emerick AubameyangThierry Henry
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisAlpena, Mich. — Some of the brightest young minds on the sunrise side put their skills to the test this afternoon at the Region 2 Science Olympiad.Junior High (Division B) and High School (Division C) students competed in all different types of science challenges to try and punch a ticket to state. Whether it was water quality, meteorology, or circuit lab, the goal was to end up with the least amount of points possible.Region 2 Director Deb Hautau knows that the competition is fun, but it’s the experience and challenges that inspire students to further their knowledge.“The kids get skills here that are going to carry them through college,” said Hautau. “I have, running events for me, kids who had gone through the Science Olympiad program several years ago, which now they are coming back, and they are saying “this helped me so much,” with the careers they are choosing.”With a full day of competition in the books, the future scientists had some fun before the final results were tallied. In Division B St. Ignatius in Rogers City and C.O.A.C. Homeschoolers advanced. In Division C, Mackinaw City and Alpena High School earned a ticket to state. 10 schools competed in today’s regional.Competing Schools (in no particular order)Division B: C.O.A.C. Homeschoolers, Hillman Community Jr. High, St. Ignatius Catholic School, Tawas Area Jr. High, Thunder Bay Jr. HighDivision C: Alpena High School, Hillman Community Sr. High, Mackinaw City High, Oscoda High, Tawas HighAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: alpena, C.O.A.C Homeschoolers, Knowledge, Learning, Mackinaw City High School, Region 2, Science, Science Olympiad, St. Ignatius Catholic School, Sunrise SideContinue ReadingPrevious Annual pączki sale sells out in record timeNext Photo of the Day for Saturday, March 2