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 Post subject: Re: Distance Education Instructor - GIA
PostPosted: Wed Feb 03, 2021 1:38 pm 
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now I am in Germany, but I am ready to move at any time if necessary. Links removed by ADMIN

Please stop adding the link(s) to a site which has NO gemological relevance.
I consider that spamming.


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 Post subject: Re: Distance Education Instructor - GIA
PostPosted: Wed Feb 03, 2021 3:33 pm 
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Barbra Voltaire, FGG wrote:
Please stop adding the link to a site which has NO gemological relevance.
I consider that spamming.


My sincere apologies Barbra, I did not realize posting the link to the GIA jobs site would fall under this categorization. Please feel free to remove the links from my past posts. Any interested candidates can easily find the job posting by going to our main site and scrolling to the bottom where it lists "Careers at GIA".

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 03, 2021 3:35 pm 
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BorisVivienne wrote:
Hey! I have a master's degree in archeology, and a diploma in jewelry courses, and I also have experience in wholesale for over 5 years. besides that, I have a lot of experience with programs such as trello, Work Time and other management programs. I have a passion for communicating and mentoring. I also have a question - do you help with housing?
thanks!


Please feel free to apply through the Careers at GIA website. However, note that you must have a Graduate Gemologist diploma and an existing visa to work in the US (or be a US citizen) as we do not offer sponsorship for this role.

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Barbra Voltaire, FGG wrote:
Please stop adding the link to a site which has NO gemological relevance.
I consider that spamming.


My sincere apologies Barbra, I did not realize posting the link to the GIA jobs site would fall under this categorization. Please feel free to remove the links from my past posts. Any interested candidates can easily find the job posting by going to our main site and scrolling to the bottom where it lists "Careers at GIA".


Not YOU, Path914. It is the new member BorisVivienne who keeps linking to some tech firm(s) and I keep removing the links.
Sorry for the confusion. I believe I made my intent more clear with edits.
You personally, Paul, as well as any GIA related link is always welcome and encouraged.


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Just here to say that GIA is still growing and looking for more instructional staff in the Distance Education Department!

https://gia.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US ... s_R0009777

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