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Giuseppe Squillace (University of Calabria), ‘Incense and myrrh trees in Theophrastus’ botanical works: research method and sources of information’ 14.30. Béatrice Caseau (Université Paris Sorbonne – Paris IV), ‘Early Christian rejection of incense sacrifice’ 13.00-14.00 Lunch.
Véronique Mehl (University of Bretagne Sud), ‘L’encens et le divin : le matériel et l’immatériel en Grèce ancienne’ 15.00 Thea Lawrence (University of Nottingham), ‘Incense, perfume, incest and (im)pietas: myrrh, religion and gender in the Roman world’ 15.30. Panel 4: Incense and multisensoriality Chair: Anne-Caroline Rendu-Loisel (Toulouse Jean Jaurès) 14.00.
EXPERIENCE: A community or customer service focus along with a minimum of five years' experience involving hands-on work in one or more of the areas listed above is required.
A background in the electric utility industry is preferred.
KOSCIUSKO REMC WARSAW, INDIANA POSITION SPECIFICATIONS Energy and Key Account Coordinator (January 2018) EDUCATION: A two-year Associates Degree in business administration or relevant discipline along with three years' experience is preferred.
However, candidates possessing a minimum of five years' experience in energy services, public relations/education and/or engineering may also be considered.
ABILITIES AND SKILLS: Must possess the ability to develop programs and initiatives for local organizations in regard to energy and safety education.
WORK REQUIREMENTS: Must have a valid driver's license. Prepares and updates own position description and specifications, and then reviews annually with supervisor. Collect data from home to generate an energy audit report that includes specific energy saving measures for the member.Also, assist commercial accounts with rebate opportunities. As directed by the CEO or Manager of Marketing and Member Service, the Energy and Key Account Coordinator works on special projects as the Cooperative's liaison. Ensures that member/customer complaints involving his/her area of responsibility are fully investigated and promptly resolved. Develops relationship with Key Accounts and provides support and assistance when needed. Be available to assist with member support during outages and emergencies as needed with Key Account interaction taking priority. An international, interdisciplinary conference 23-24 June 2017, British School at Rome and the École française de Rome Organisers: Mark Bradley (University of Nottingham), Béatrice Caseau (Université Paris Sorbonne – Paris IV), Adeline Grand-Clément (Toulouse Jean-Jaurès/IUF), Anne-Caroline Rendu-Loisel (Toulouse Jean Jaurès), Alexandre Vincent (University of Poitiers) 23th June (BSR, Sainsbury Lecture Theatre) 9.00. Jo Day (University College, Dublin), ‘Burning botanicals: incense in the Aegean Bronze Age’ 10.30. un singulier pluriel: Les identifications produites par les analyses organiques en Méditerranée et au Levant de l’âge du Bronze’ 11.00. Julie Masquelier (Université Paris Sorbonne – Paris IV), ‘L’encens en Égypte ancienne : identification, approvisionnement et place dans le culte’ 12.00. 24th June (EFR) Panel 3: Incense and ritual Chair: Alexandre Vincent (University of Poitiers) 9.30.Federico De Romanis (University of Rome, Tor Vergata), ‘Tus. Stefano Caneva (University of Padova), ‘Incense in the Hellenistic ruler cult’ 10.30. Valérie Huet (University of Bretagne Occidentale), ‘L’encens dans les rites romains: à propos de quelques images du monde romain’ 11.30.L’incenso sudarabico nell’Occidente romano’ 13.00-14.00. Lunch Panel 2: Frankincense and the ancient imagination Chair: Béatrice Caseau (Université Paris Sorbonne – Paris IV) 14.00. Keynote lecture, Esther Eidinow (University of Nottingham) ‘Sensing divinity? Marie-Odile Charles-Laforge (University of Artois), ‘Rites et offrandes dans la religion domestique des Romains: quels témoignages sur l’utilisation de l’encens’ 12.00.