The Alliance for Bakery Students & Trainees has launched a scheme to help bakery students and trainees find jobs.The UK and Ireland-wide scheme is called #HireMe and is open to students and trainees who have finished their qualification or are studying. It aims to benefit both the students and also bakery employers who are struggling to find people with the qualifications required to work for them.Students who are looking for a job in the baking industry can simply add their details, such as name, email, area of the country they wish to work in and a short personal statement on http://www.abst.org.uk/hire-me.html.This information is then sent out to bakery employers in the UK and Ireland, who can review everyone that is looking for work in their area, and contact them directly to arrange to see a CV or for an interview.The service is free for members.
Cummings had a stellar October as she recorded individual victories in two of her three tournament appearances. The senior shot a 73.1 stroke average and sunk a round low score of 70 on three separate occasions. October Golfer of the Month: Kaity Cummings, Houston Baptist – Sr. – Waco, TexasCummings took two straight individual first-place finishes to start the month, including winning a 3-hole playoff at the Pat Lesser-Harbottle Invitational where the Huskies finished in second place. HBU women’s golf also finished third among team standings at the SHSU Bearkat Women’s Invitational behind Cummings’ first-place finish where she posted a 70 and 73 in two of her three rounds. The Huskies program never finished outside the top 10 and Cummings never placed outside the top 35 for the month. The award marks the first Southland Conference monthly honor of her career in her time with the Huskies. FRISCO, Texas – Houston Baptist’s Kaity Cummings has been tabbed as the Southland Conference Women’s Golfer of the Month for October, the league announced Wednesday.Southland Athletes of the Month are presented by MidSouth Bank. Honorable Mention: Elodie Chapelet, Lamar Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on 25 percent of ballots.
Norwich City Alex Neil moved to Carrow Road in January 2015 1 Norwich manager Alex Neil is disappointed by the departure of the club’s chief executive and says he will assess his own position at the end of the season.David McNally announced his resignation following the Canaries’ loss to Manchester United on Saturday, which left the team four points adrift of safety with two games left to play.Norwich play Watford on Wednesday, with the future of Hornets head coach Quique Sanchez Flores increasingly uncertain, but Neil’s side will be relegated regardless if Sunderland beat Everton.Asked if he would consider his own future should Norwich go down, Neil said: “I’ll certainly look at my contribution this season, look at my team individually in terms of their contribution and the bigger picture in terms of the club and what we’ve managed to do on the field and off the field.“Recruitment is a part of that, a whole load of things needs analysing.“I’ll speak to the powers that be and the board but I don’t think anything is ever off the table in football. We spoke about Quique Flores earlier on.“At the end of the season I’ll be judging how I’ve performed, how other people have performed and I’m pretty sure people will be judging me. That’s normal in the Premier League.”Asked he still wants to be at Norwich, Neil said: “Of course, this is a club I’ve been given the task to help.“Unfortunately we’re not in the position I’d like us to be but we need to crack on and see where it takes us.”McNally was a key figure in appointing Neil as manager in January 2015 and had been at the club since 2009, when the Canaries were languishing in League One.“I’m disappointed he left the club, I had a real good relationship with David,” Neil said.“He showed trust and faith in me, he helped bring me to the club. I’m surprised, disappointed. I think we’ve lost a really important figure for us.”