Vermont Public Television’s John King Appointed to Two Boards

first_imgJohn King, president and CEO of Vermont Public Television, the statewidepublic television network, has been appointed to two boards. He waselected treasurer and executive committee member of NETA, the NationalEducational Telecommunications Association. NETA is a professionalassociation based in Columbia, S.C., that serves public televisionstations and educational entities. Its mission is to provide qualityprogramming, educational resources, professional development, managementsupport and national representation for its members.King has also been appointed to the Assembly of Overseers ofDartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Hanover, N.H. The overseers act asadvisers to the board of trustees on hospital affairs and customer andcommunity relations.He holds a master’s degree in public administration from HarvardUniversity, a bachelor’s degree from Johnson State College and anassociate’s degree from Champlain College. He and his family live inColchester.last_img read more

Sumner Regional Medical Center looking to fill housekeeping – 2nd shift position

first_imgSumner Regional Medical Center has an immediate opening for a full-time Housekeeper on our evening shift.  Hours are 11:30 to 8:00 pm, with shared holidays and weekends.  Weekend hours are 7:00 to 3:30 p.m.Full benefits package, including KPERS is offered with this position.  Apply in person at Sumner Regional Medical Center, attn: Traci Smith, 1323 N. A St., Wellington, KS or online at www.srmcks.org.  EOE; Post-offer drug screen required.last_img