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Contract Specialist at Defense Logistics Agency

21 hours 3 minutes ago
Employer: Defense Logistics Agency - DLA Energy Expires: 08/07/2021 SummarySelected applicants will serve as entry-level trainees in the DLA Pathways to Career Excellence (PaCE) Program performing a series of progressively responsible Contract Specialist functions, along with formal and on-the-job training (OJT). Positions are for DLA Energy.Positions may be filled in Ft. Belvoir, VA or Lorton, VAResponsibilitiesPlease note, during the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Agency is operating in a maximum telework posture for all telework ready employees occupying a telework eligible position. The following duties will be performed in a developmental capacity. Procuring items awarded through formal advertising and/or through use of negotiation techniques. Reviewing requisitions to determine that proper specifications or purchase descriptions are included in solicitation documents. Considering financial responsibility of suppliers by evaluating contract performance on previous contracts. Reviewing solicitations and amendments for adequacy and completeness. Monitoring vendor performance for compliance with terms and conditions of the award.

General Supply Specialist (Resolution Specialist) at Defense Logistics Agency

21 hours 10 minutes ago
Employer: Defense Logistics Agency - DLA Aviation Expires: 08/07/2021 SummarySee below for important information regarding this job.Selected applicants will serve as entry-level trainees in the DLA Pathways to Career Excellence (PaCE) Program performing a series of progressively responsible Resolution Specialist functions, along with formal and on-the-job training (OJT). Positions are for DLA Aviation.ResponsibilitiesPlease note, during the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Agency is operating in a maximum telework posture for all telework ready employees occupying a telework eligible position. The following duties will be performed in a developmental capacity. Assisting in performing supply planning, including evaluating source data generated by the deployment plan (e.g., planned orders and planned arrivals)Analyzing and adjusting historical demand data to develop statistical forecasts for customer/item/location combinations that have demonstrated a demand pattern, and support the application of statistical models of prediction. Participating in the resolution of product quality, transportation, and supply discrepancies. Ensuring shipment issues and confirmations from the distribution locations are posted in a timely manner, in order to maintain the integrity of the inventory record balances. Processing customer requirements including entering and reviewing orders, editing information for validity, determining availability of requested items and associated replacements/substitutions, and coordinating and validating shipment information.

Dev10 Technology Development Program - Java - DC at Dev10 (by Genesis10)

21 hours 17 minutes ago
Employer: Dev10 (by Genesis10) - Dev10 Expires: 08/27/2021 Genesis10 is hiring Software Developer Trainees for our Dev10 Program.Now accepting applications for the October 11, 2021 cohort start in Washington, DC.The application deadline for this cohort is 12:00 pm on August 27.Dev10 hires ambitious graduates looking to launch their career in technology. Our 27 month program begins with 3 months of intensive training where you learn all the skills necessary to excel in software development. Upon completing the training phase, you become a Software Developer Consultant and gain 2 years of project experience at top tier organizations building and deploying complex technology applications.Our Dev10 Software Developer Consultants work on diverse projects with Fortune 500 companies supporting technology projects that include full stack application development, Salesforce, PEGA, QA Automation, and more!If you wish you could go back to school for software development, would benefit from additional coding training, or found out too late in your degree program that you wanted to code, this could be a great program for you.Dev10 Software Development Program:27 month program3 month full stack Java development training2 years of hands on technology experience with diverse client projectsPaid training and competitive salariesBenefits including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, and Paid Time OffCareer guidance from a Genesis10 mentorRequirements:Bachelor Degree in any fieldCumulative GPA of 3.0+Unlimited work authorization - this role requires the ability to obtain Secret Level Security Clearance which requires US CitizenshipResponsibilities include:Collaborating with a technical team to design and develop technical solutionsDefining system requirements based on user needsBuilding tools that add value to an organizationEstablishing working codeAnalyzing code to identify bugs and ensure qualityPresenting a solution to the technical team and business usersDeveloping and testing enhancementsMaintaining developed systems and upgrading tools to ensure they stay relevantFor more information on the Dev10 Program, check out our website at https://www.genesis10.com/dev10-consultants.***Adapting to COVID-19:We are still hiring! Genesis10 and the Dev10 Program are following federal and state guidelines to ensure the safety of our consultants.

Quality Assurance Specialist at Defense Logistics Agency

21 hours 19 minutes ago
Employer: Defense Logistics Agency - DLA Aviation Expires: 08/07/2021 SummarySee below for important information regarding this job.Selected applicants will serve as entry-level trainees in the DLA Pathways to Career Excellence (PaCE) Program performing a series of progressively responsible Quality Assurance Specialist functions, along with formal and on-the-job training (OJT). Positions are for DLA Aviation.ResponsibilitiesPlease note, during the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Agency is operating in a maximum telework posture for all telework ready employees occupying a telework eligible position. The following duties will be performed in a developmental capacity. Providing pre-award and post-award support to contracting officers and engineering activities, contract administration components, and DLA contractors. Assisting in preparing and issuing QA letters of instruction to government inspection activities/depots on contract quality requirements and history. Participating in quality systems management visits to evaluate the adequacy of technical requirements and product conformance. Evaluating QA procedures, reports, inspection and test/methods and other operational aspects involving assigned items/commodities. Establishing and maintaining quality history files by item, contractor and specification.

Quality Assurance Specialist at Defense Logistics Agency

21 hours 20 minutes ago
Employer: Defense Logistics Agency - DLA Aviation Expires: 08/07/2021 SummarySee below for important information regarding this job.Selected applicants will serve as entry-level trainees in the DLA Pathways to Career Excellence (PaCE) Program performing a series of progressively responsible Quality Assurance Specialist functions, along with formal and on-the-job training (OJT). Positions are for DLA Aviation.ResponsibilitiesPlease note, during the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Agency is operating in a maximum telework posture for all telework ready employees occupying a telework eligible position. The following duties will be performed in a developmental capacity. Providing pre-award and post-award support to contracting officers and engineering activities, contract administration components, and DLA contractors. Assisting in preparing and issuing QA letters of instruction to government inspection activities/depots on contract quality requirements and history. Participating in quality systems management visits to evaluate the adequacy of technical requirements and product conformance. Evaluating QA procedures, reports, inspection and test/methods and other operational aspects involving assigned items/commodities. Establishing and maintaining quality history files by item, contractor and specification.

Quality Assurance Specialist at Defense Logistics Agency

21 hours 21 minutes ago
Employer: Defense Logistics Agency - DLA Aviation Expires: 08/07/2021 SummarySee below for important information regarding this job.Selected applicants will serve as entry-level trainees in the DLA Pathways to Career Excellence (PaCE) Program performing a series of progressively responsible Quality Assurance Specialist functions, along with formal and on-the-job training (OJT). Positions are for DLA Aviation.ResponsibilitiesPlease note, during the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Agency is operating in a maximum telework posture for all telework ready employees occupying a telework eligible position. The following duties will be performed in a developmental capacity. Providing pre-award and post-award support to contracting officers and engineering activities, contract administration components, and DLA contractors. Assisting in preparing and issuing QA letters of instruction to government inspection activities/depots on contract quality requirements and history. Participating in quality systems management visits to evaluate the adequacy of technical requirements and product conformance. Evaluating QA procedures, reports, inspection and test/methods and other operational aspects involving assigned items/commodities. Establishing and maintaining quality history files by item, contractor and specification.

Dev10 Technology Development Program - Java - MN at Dev10 (by Genesis10)

21 hours 26 minutes ago
Employer: Dev10 (by Genesis10) - Dev10 Expires: 08/27/2021 Genesis10 is hiring Software Developer Trainees for our Dev10 Program - Java - in Minnesota.Now accepting applications for the October 11, 2021 cohort in the Twin Cities, MN.The application deadline for this cohort is 12pmCT on Friday, August 27.Dev10 hires ambitious graduates looking to launch their career in technology. Our 27 month program begins with 3 months of intensive training where you learn all the skills necessary to excel in software development. Upon completing the training phase, you become a Software Developer Consultant and gain 2 years of project experience at top tier organizations building and deploying complex technology applications.Our Dev10 Software Developer Consultants work on diverse projects with Fortune 500 companies supporting technology projects that include full stack application development, Salesforce, PEGA, QA Automation, and more!If you wish you could go back to school for software development, would benefit from additional coding training, or found out too late in your degree program that you wanted to code, this could be a great program for you.Dev10 Software Development Program:27 month program3 month full stack Java development training2 years of hands on technology experience with diverse client projectsPaid training and competitive salariesBenefits including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, and Paid Time OffCareer guidance from a Genesis10 mentorRequirements:Bachelor DegreeCumulative GPA of 3.0+Unlimited work authorization Responsibilities include:Collaborating with a technical team to design and develop technical solutionsDefining system requirements based on user needsBuilding tools that add value to an organizationEstablishing working codeAnalyzing code to identify bugs and ensure qualityPresenting a solution to the technical team and business usersDeveloping and testing enhancementsMaintaining developed systems and upgrading tools to ensure they stay relevantFor more information on the Dev10 Program, check out our website at https://www.genesis10.com/dev10-consultants.***Adapting to COVID-19:We are still hiring! Genesis10 and the Dev10 Program are following federal and state guidelines to ensure the safety of our consultants.

Dev10 Technology Development Program - Java - New York City at Dev10 (by Genesis10)

21 hours 33 minutes ago
Employer: Dev10 (by Genesis10) - Dev10 Expires: 08/20/2021 Genesis10 is hiring Software Developer Trainees for our Dev10 Program - Java - in New York City Now accepting applications for the October 4, 2021 cohort in New York City, New York.The application deadline for this cohort is 12pmCT on Friday, August 20.Dev10 hires ambitious graduates looking to launch their career in technology. Our 27 month program begins with 3 months of intensive training where you learn all the skills necessary to excel in software development. Upon completing the training phase, you become a Software Developer Consultant and gain 2 years of project experience at top tier organizations building and deploying complex technology applications.Our Dev10 Software Developer Consultants work on diverse projects with Fortune 500 companies supporting technology projects that include full stack application development, Salesforce, PEGA, QA Automation, and more!If you wish you could go back to school for software development, would benefit from additional coding training, or found out too late in your degree program that you wanted to code, this could be a great program for you.Dev10 Software Development Program: 27 month program 3 month full stack Java development training 2 years of hands on technology experience with diverse client projects Paid training and competitive salaries Benefits including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, and Paid Time Off Career guidance from a Genesis10 mentorRequirements:Bachelor’s degree in any disciplineCumulative GPA of 3.0+Unlimited work authorization Responsibilities include:Collaborating with a technical team to design and develop technical solutionsDefining system requirements based on user needsBuilding tools that add value to an organizationEstablishing working codeAnalyzing code to identify bugs and ensure qualityPresenting a solution to the technical team and business usersDeveloping and testing enhancementsMaintaining developed systems and upgrading tools to ensure they stay relevantFor more information on the Dev10 Program, check out our website at https://www.genesis10.com/dev10-consultants.

Bilingual Spanish/Special Education Opportunities in SFUSD! at San Francisco Unified School District

21 hours 47 minutes ago
Employer: San Francisco Unified School District - Certificated Staffing Expires: 08/17/2021 Who We AreThe San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) is the seventh largest school district in California, serving more than 57,000 students who speak more than 44 documented languages across 132 schools in the city of San Francisco every year. We aim for every student who attends SFUSD schools to discover his or her spark, along with a strong sense of self and purpose. Our goal is that all students graduate from high school ready for college and career, equipped with the skills, capacities and dispositions outlined in SFUSD’s Graduate Profile. Every day in our quest to achieve this mission we provide each and every student the quality instruction and equitable support required to thrive in the 21st century.What It Means to Work HereWhen you join our team at SFUSD you can expect to be part of an inclusive, innovative and equity-focused organization that approaches public education as a social justice movement, requiring broad collaboration across an array of strategic partners. In 2014, SFUSD created an inspiring statement, Vision 2025, which captures our aspirations and vision for the future of public education in San Francisco. Alongside the District’s strategic plan, Transform Learning. Transform Lives. SFUSD is reimagining how public education will change over the next decade to meet the dynamic future of San Francisco. As a CORE district, SFUSD is also a leader in critical systems change for more comprehensive school accountability and innovations that help strengthen the instructional core, which is the foundation of our strategic plan and Vision 2025.Who We WantWe want talented people with diverse backgrounds and experiences, who are inspired by our mission steeped in equity, and who are motivated to unleash our children’s potential. We want people who are strong collaborators, skilled communicators, and problem solvers comfortable in a community of continuous learning.We have high need for teachers in the following areas: Bilingual (Cantonese, Mandarin, Spanish)Special Education (Mild/Moderate, Moderate/Severe, Deaf & Hard of Hearing, Early Childhood Special Education)Physical Education MathScienceMinimum QualificationsSFUSD requires all teachers to hold or be pursuing a valid California teaching credential and an English Learner or Bilingual Authorization. We welcome applications from teachers who have not yet received their credentials, and our Credentials Team is happy to work with each teacher who's accepted a position in SFUSD to apply for permits that allow them to teach while pursuing a credential.What We OfferSFUSD is committed to attracting and retaining the best educators in the nation. Benefits of teaching in San Francisco include:Competitive salaries determined by experience, education level, and credentialsComprehensive medical, vision, and dental insurance for teachers and their eligible dependentsCity and state programs for housing assistance:Teacher Next Door Program: https://sfmohcd.org/teacher-next-doorMyHome Assistance Program: https://www.calhfa.ca.gov/homebuyer/programs/myhome.htmAdditional salary stipend of $5000 for National Board Certified teachersAdditional salary stipend of $2000 for credentialed teachers teaching in high potential schools and a $1000 stipend for teachers teaching hard to fill subject areasHow to ApplyGo to: https://careers.sfusd.edu/Create an account and complete an application.Go to the “Current Openings” tab to view and apply for specific openings.Please check back often to connect your application to specific openings as they are posted. Applicants will be contacted based on the needs of the district. For more information about careers at SFUSD, please visit https://careers.sfusd.edu/. For more information about SFUSD’s mission and Strategic Plan please visit www.sfusd.edu. For other questions, contact us at teach@sfusd.edu.

Dev10 Technology Development Program - Java - WI at Dev10 (by Genesis10)

21 hours 47 minutes ago
Employer: Dev10 (by Genesis10) - Dev10 Expires: 08/20/2021 Genesis10 is hiring Software Developer Trainees for our Dev10 Program - Java - in Wisconsin.Now accepting applications for the October 4, 2021 cohort in Milwaukee, WI.The application deadline for this cohort is 12pmCT on Friday, August 20.Dev10 hires ambitious graduates looking to launch their career in technology. Our 27 month program begins with 3 months of intensive training where you learn all the skills necessary to excel in software development. Upon completing the training phase, you become a Software Developer Consultant and gain 2 years of project experience at top tier organizations building and deploying complex technology applications.Our Dev10 Software Developer Consultants work on diverse projects with Fortune 500 companies supporting technology projects that include full stack application development, Salesforce, PEGA, QA Automation, and more!If you wish you could go back to school for software development, would benefit from additional coding training, or found out too late in your degree program that you wanted to code, this could be a great program for you.Dev10 Software Development Program: 27 month program 3 month full stack Java development training 2 years of hands on technology experience with diverse client projects Paid training and competitive salaries Benefits including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, and Paid Time Off Career guidance from a Genesis10 mentorRequirements:Meets at least one of three education requirements:Associate degree in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math)Bachelor’s degree in any disciplineMaster’s degree in any disciplineCumulative GPA of 3.0+Unlimited work authorization Responsibilities include:Collaborating with a technical team to design and develop technical solutionsDefining system requirements based on user needsBuilding tools that add value to an organizationEstablishing working codeAnalyzing code to identify bugs and ensure qualityPresenting a solution to the technical team and business usersDeveloping and testing enhancementsMaintaining developed systems and upgrading tools to ensure they stay relevantFor more information on the Dev10 Program, check out our website at https://www.genesis10.com/dev10-consultants.

Local Agency Liaison at Oregon Department of Transportation

22 hours 24 minutes ago
Employer: Oregon Department of Transportation - Delivery and Operations Expires: 08/16/2021 Construction Project Manager 2 – Local Agency LiaisonOregon Department of TransportationDelivery and Operations Division – Region 1Project Services Section/Local Agency UnitPortlandODOT is following the direction of the Governor's Office to help slow and prevent the spread of COVID-19. Visit our COVID-19 webpage for more information.The role:  We are recruiting a project manager to support the design and construction of local city and county transportation projects in the greater Portland metro area. The local agency liaison is a project manager skilled in managing a portfolio of Federally-funded projects in collaboration with local jurisdictions.ODOT Region 1 is a remarkable technical team of creative, diverse individuals who are passionate about providing safe and efficient multimodal transportation systems in the Portland metro area. Our project delivery team is committed to meeting the demands of our growing metro area community and transportation system. Our local agency liaisons work closely with a wide network that includes local government agencies, consultants and the public.Some of the key responsibilities of this position are:Managing a suite of multimodal transportation projects through design and constructionManaging consultant and contractor teams - ensuring design packages are delivered on schedule and within budget.Identifying and managing project risk and ensuring project standards are met.Ensuring projects are delivered in accordance with Federal funding requirements.Using change management processes to obtain commitments, resolutions, and agreements on critical project issues.Working closely with partners and stakeholders to resolve challenges and communicate impacts related to project construction.We invite members of all diverse communities to join our workforce as we endeavor to best serve Oregonians from every background. ODOT values diversity and inclusion because they are good for Oregon. We believe that by welcoming differences, encouraging new ideas and views, listening to and learning from each other, and providing opportunities for professional enrichment we are better able to serve those around us. We thank you for considering this employment opportunity.If you are a current State of Oregon employee, you must apply through your employee Workday profile.A day in the life:Consultant Contract Development - Develop and negotiate contracts for contractor/consultant led design and/or construction projects. Represent management in the development of outsourcing contracts. Play a key role in evaluating vendor proposals. Make selection recommendations to management. Review and approve monthly contractor/vendor progress payments. Negotiate and approve contract changes.Portfolio Management - Manage suite of Federally-funded local agency projects l Manage consultant engineering teams. Hold meetings with contractors, consultants, and/or multiple stakeholders. Ensure design packages are delivered on schedule and within budget. Identify and manage project risk and ensure project standards are met. Use change management processes to obtain commitments, resolutions, and agreements on critical project issues. Manage the project's fiscal budgets and cash flow. Minimize the impact on the traveling public, adjacent property, and local community. Manage the project for the safety of all project personnel and members of the public. Provide written and verbal communication to stakeholders, local property owners, local government officials, and members of the media.Working conditions - Highly responsible position on highly visible projects with tight time schedules and limited resources. Long hours may be required, including some evening meetings. May face adversarial situations with contractors, consultants, or members of the public. Occasional contact with local officials. Occasional work outside at project sites; may be exposed to traffic hazards, construction equipment, and/or inclement weather. Flexible work environment – combination of remote and in-person work.To request a copy of the position description, which includes all duties and working conditions, please email ODOTRecruitment@odot.state.or.us.What’s in it for you:Work/life balance, 10 paid holidays a year, flexible work schedules, competitive benefits packages and so much more. Click here to learn about working at the Oregon Department of Transportation.Live, work and play in Portland, Oregon! with the flexibility to telecommute at least 75% of the time when you have completed training.Want to know about new job postings? Click here to subscribe for email notifications through GovDelivery!What we need:Six years of progressively responsible experience related to the class series concept.ORAn associate degree (or comparable course work) in architectural, construction or engineering technology AND four and one-half years of progressively responsible experience related to the class series concept. ORA bachelor's degree in construction management, business administration, public administration, architecture, planning or engineering AND three years of progressively responsible experience related to the class series concept.Please click here for the construction project manager 2 class series concept information.Additionally, driving is an essential function of this position. A valid driver license, an acceptable driving record and the ability to drive are required for this position.Learn more and apply:This recruitment closes at 11:59 p.m. on August 16, 2021.Click here to learn more and to apply! Please note that we can only accept applications through our website.Questions? Call 971-345-1967 or email wesley.dawn@odot.state.or.us.

DORA/Division of CivilRights: Legal Assistant I (Intake Specialist) at Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies

23 hours 20 minutes ago
Employer: Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies Expires: 08/10/2021 The Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) is dedicated to preserving the integrity of the marketplace and is committed to promoting a fair and competitive business environment in Colorado.Consumer protection is our mission.DORA values and promotes diversity, supporting a workforce that is inclusive of people from different backgrounds and experiences; creating an environment that is reflective of our communities; promoting positive relationships; and putting forth unique perspectives to fulfill our mission.DESCRIPTION OF JOB:The Colorado Civil Rights Division (CCRD) is charged with enforcing the State's anti-discrimination laws through conducting administrative investigations into complaints of unlawful discrimination in the areas of employment, housing, and public accommodations. CCRD promotes awareness of civil rights laws through training, education, and outreach efforts to groups and individuals across the state. We work in cooperation with federal and local agencies, such as the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development/Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (HUD/FHEO), as well as community-based organizations that promote and protect civil rights.Position: SDA 3106As part of CCRD's Intake Unit, this position is responsible for drafting charges of discrimination and gathering evidence in the initial stages of filed cases concerning discrimination in the areas of employment, housing, and public accommodations. This position ensures that the division possesses all information necessary to draft complaints of discrimination, and works in collaboration with the Intake Manager to resolve problems related to case processing and complaint drafting.Duties include, but are not limited to:Reviewing and screening paper and electronic intake packets received from potential complainants who are interested in filing complaints of discrimination;Drafting formal complaints of discrimination based on the information collected;Analyzing intake information and evidence to establish jurisdiction;Describing chronology of events and ensuring the accuracy and timeliness of accepting and drafting the complaint;Providing information to the public via telephone, mail, e-mail, fax, and walk-ins regarding the process for filing a complaint of discrimination by relying on applicable laws, rules, policies, and drafting correspondence to inquiries as needed;Maintaining knowledge of current legal standards and federal contractual requirements and provides information to the public via telephone, mail, fax, email, and walk-ins regarding the filing of a complaint of discrimination;Providing backup assistance to the front desk customer service representative as necessary by responding to and answering public inquiries via telephone, mail, e-mail, and walk-ins regarding the filing of a complaint of discrimination and general division policies and rules, and timely referring such inquiries to appropriate staff; andMaintaining accurate records of intake statistics (e.g number of inquiries received each day, complaints drafted, electronic filing system entries, etc.) and submits weekly reports to the supervisor.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (MQs):A paralegal certificate is obtained through either an American Bar Association (ABA) approved paralegal studies program or an accredited college or university.*You must attach a copy of your paralegal certificate to your application materials.Document this experience in your application IN DETAIL, as your experience will not be inferred or assumed. Part-time experience will be prorated.SUBSTITUTIONS:Two years of work experience in a paralegal capacity which included conducting legal research, preparing drafts of legal documents, and gathering and compiling data from legal references and resources will substitute for the required certificate.A Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school may substitute for the required certificate.*Professional work involves exercising discretion, analytical skill, judgment and personal accountability, and responsibility for creating, developing, integrating, applying, and sharing an organized body of knowledge that characteristically is: uniquely acquired through an intense education or training regimen at a recognized college or university; equivalent to the curriculum requirements for a bachelor's or higher degree with major study in or pertinent to the specialized field; and continuously studied to explore, extend, and use additional discoveries, interpretations, and application and to improve data, materials, equipment, applications, and methods.Preferred Qualifications:Juris Doctorate;Experience working in a regulatory environment or in a law firm;Experience working with and/or knowledge of the laws, rules, and policies of the ColoradoCivil Rights Division;Experience communicating with people of diverse cultural, ethnic, and/or socioeconomic backgrounds;Demonstrated experience working in a high stress, fast-paced, high profile environment, and adapting to shifting priorities;Experience utilizing case management databases;Fluency in Spanish, including the ability to read, write, speak; andExperience working with federal and local agencies, such as the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development/Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (HUD/FHEO) to promote and protect civil rights.Required Competencies:The following knowledge, skills, abilities, and personal characteristics are required competencies and may be considered during the selection process (including examination and/or interview):Demonstrated oral communication skills, including the ability to verbally communicate effectively to a diverse audience;Demonstrated written communication skills, including the ability to draft correspondence to diverse audiences in a clear, concise manner;Demonstrated sound judgment, including the ability to determine the appropriate course of action when reviewing intake information;Demonstrated customer service skills, including the ability use de-escalation techniques;Demonstrated attention to detail in order to evaluate documents and ability to maintain confidentiality;Demonstrated interpersonal skills, including the ability to work with various staff members and stakeholders;Demonstrated ability to interpret and apply federal, state, and local non-discrimination laws and regulations to ensure compliance;Demonstrated organizational skills, including prioritization and time management in order to meet deadlines with minimal supervision;Demonstrated ability to manage multiple caseloads;Problem-solving skills, including the ability to review and analyze information in order to recommend solutions;Self-starter, self-motivated, self-directed, reliable, and accountable, including the ability to work independently while effectively managing workload;Demonstrated ability to conduct legal research to gather pertinent information;Demonstrated flexibility, including managing a frequently changing workload with minimal supervision;Demonstrated ability to collaborate with various and multiple audiences to develop solutions, alternatives, and compromise;Demonstrated critical thinking and analytical skills, including having the ability to evaluate information in order to apply knowledge and to decide on the most appropriate course of action;Demonstrated ability to understand and abide by workplace principles, practices, and behaviors as internally identified and defined by the division;Demonstrated adaptability and the ability to work within set procedures and systems;Professional demeanor;Proficiency in the use of PC software applications including Microsoft Office (Access, Word, Excel, Outlook) and Google Suite (Doc’s, Sheets, Slides, etc.), and in the use of databases.Conditions of Employment:Candidates who fail to meet the conditions of employment will be removed from consideration.The successful passing of a reference check and/or, if required, a background check.A reference check may include but is not limited to: contacting previous and current supervisors to verify employment and discuss performance, a review of the personnel file, a review of the performance record, etc.Local, regional, and statewide travel is required up to 5% of the time, occasionally attendance at weekends and/or evening events is also required.Position requires the ability to transport equipment including, but not limited to, laptop computers, manuals, and supplies.For more information on this job announcement and how to apply for this position, please visit our website: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/colorado/jobs/3164322/dora-division-of-civil-rights-legal-assistant-i-intake-specialist?

JFS MGR Kinship Engagement Supervisor (2692-12) at Hamilton County Job & Family Services

1 day 3 hours ago
Employer: Hamilton County Job & Family Services - Hamilton County Job & Family Services Expires: 08/11/2021 JFS MGR- Kinship Engagement Supervisor (Posting 2692-12) Deadline to Apply:  August 10, 2021 Work Location:Job and Family Services222 E. Central ParkwayCincinnati, Ohio 45202  Work Hours: Full Time/ 80 Hours Bi-Weekly Starting Salary: $ 59, 800.00 annually   Requirements​ (Education, Experience, Licensure, Certification):Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Human Services, Psychology, Special Education, Therapeutic Recreation, Sociology, Criminal Justice, Public Administration or other closely related field (i.e. those fields that involve the provision of direct services and the assumption of case responsibility, with training in social work, psychology, psychiatric nursing, psychiatry, mental health counseling, rehabilitation counseling, pastoral counseling, and/or marriage and family therapy, etc.) from an accredited college or university; ANDThree (3) years of related direct service and administrative experience Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:Social or behavioral science (e.g. child and family community services, social work, sociology, psychology, criminology, poenology, and rehabilitation), agency, state and/or federal statutes, rules, regulations and procedures governing delivery of social programs specific to area of employment*; available community resources specific to area of employment*; communication*; interviewing; employee and/or program participates and/or program recipients trainingManagement, critical thinking; competent decision making; case managementDefine problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions; proofread technical materials, recognize errors and make corrections; gather, collate and classify data; establish good rapport with program participants and/or program recipients; prepare and deliver speeches before specialized audiences; prepare and maintain meaningful, concise and accurate reportsJob Duties (Summary):  Supervises Kinship Coordinators and Kinship Program Specialists; Provides oversight of the completion on kinship assessments, enhanced family engagement and casework decisions, which includes confirming safe environment, placement stabilization, and supports for kinship families. Develops and sustains policy, procedure and practice pertaining to Kinship; monitors application of established policies and procedures through observations, review of completed work and assurance of accurate safety decisions pertaining to kinship placements; collaborates with Children’s Services managers and staff to ensure sufficient information is gather to support an approval or denial on a kinship provider Supervises and supplies direction to staff by reviewing kinship assessments and observing home visits; supervision to include individual and group meetings, coaching, modeling, and shadowing to ensure best practice; holds staff accountable for performance and utilizes progressive discipline when deemed necessary. Reviews and Distributes work assignments including Kinship Assessments and Border Agreements cases outlined per policy. Builds and maintains effective relationship with clients, colleagues, and internal or external customers to resolve issues, respond quickly and effectively to complaints, address special case situations, etc.; demonstrates competence in court procedures and laws; understands legal issues affecting child welfare practice and the juvenile processes and rules; may serve as agency spokesperson for applicable program. Performs other related duties as assigned. Attends conferences and training. Positions Supervised:  Children’s Services Workers and Social Program Specialists

Data Analyst (@ PEARLS for Teen Girls) at Jobs That Help

1 day 19 hours ago
Employer: Jobs That Help Expires: 08/29/2021 Data Analyst at PEARLS for Teen Girls, Inc. in Milwaukee, WI - shared by Jobs That Help as a third partyDATA ANAYLST POSITION DESCRIPTIONMission: PEARLS for Teen Girls is improving quality of life and strengthening our community one girl at a time by empowering young women with self-development tools, guidance and support to strive for better, brighter futures by living out the PEARLS values: P – Personal Responsibility, E – Empathy, A – Awareness, R – Respect, L – Leadership; and S – Support.Position Title: Data AnalystReporting Relationship: Director of Program ServicesSupervision: No direct reportsFLSA Status: Exempt, full-time positionPosition Overview: Responsible for working with the PEARLS Director of Program Services to understand the information requirements of the organization. Participates in a variety of research and evaluation tasks to support the mission and goals of PEARLS for Teen Girls. This involves analyzing program participants’ and girls’ data and developing reports. Manage data warehouse systems that involve demographic information, program participation, girls’ goals and goal accomplishments and other data relevant to program evaluation and PEARLS’ outcomes. Starting salary: $45,000Key ResponsibilitiesData Management and Analysis:Responsible for the creation, development and maintenance of a variety of data sets. Develop processes to maintain data integrity, including checking and documentation processes.Provide predictive analytics of programmatic data.Manage relational database to meet the needs of the organization.Combine data from all aspects of programming (groups, College & Career Readiness, and Volunteer & Alumnae engagement).Analyze and filter program data, as appropriate.Communicate effectively with a range of audiences. This includes creating reports of findings, providing trainings on best practices related to data entry, and providing information for the interpretation and use of data.Organize, plan effectively, establish priorities, and set realistic timelines to insure timely carrying out of various projects.Standardize data and reports as possible.Assist in the development and creation of standardized leadership reports, which allow PEARLS Senior Leadership and the Board to improve strategic planning.Leadership:Takes responsibility for projects by designing procedures and collaborating with staff regarding data and metric needs, what information the programs need and how this data can be collected or extracted from the software.Habitually demonstrates a collaborative and interactive working style. Seeks out needs from programs, continuously looks to improve data and information. Negotiates with staff priorities and strategies for data organization and data analyses.Creates directions for staff and trains staff on how to run general reports and interpret data. Ensure knowledge transfer to the programs.Qualification Requirements / ADATo perform the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.Education and Experience:Preferred current Graduate student, Master’s degree, or Bachelors, and a minimum of two years related role, in a non-profit agency. Experience must include using statistical software to capture data, managing a relational database, cross tabulation ability to run meaningful reports and help agency staff interpret data and draw conclusions for improvement to programming.Language Skills:Ability to read and interpret documents, such as policy and procedure guidelines and fiscal reporting requirements. Ability to write complex reports and correspondence. Ability to generate reports for use by others internally and externally. Ability to speak effectively before groups of youths, adults, and professionals. Ability to train and assist staff in identifying data needs and interpreting data.Necessary Skills:Advanced MS Excel calculation skills (e.g. macros, pivot tables, VLOOKUP etc.). Familiarity of PowerPivot, Microsoft Access, Power BI, and basic SQL a plus. Demonstrated analytical skills to initiate and perform different analyses and organize information to identify our impact, and achievement on key metrics.Effective communicator (clear, candid and caring).Habitually demonstrates attention to detail, accuracy, and follow through.Strong project management background.Strong critical and problem solving skills, able to approach challenges with innovation. Quickly solve problems, ability to make decisions as they arise.Proactive thinker, able to anticipate needs and opportunities and resolve issues before they occur.Strong ability to identify correlations in data and provide predictive analytics about girls, program elements, and assist with assessing program improvements.Document information gathering and reporting policies and procedures.Good organization skills, timely and prompt.Ability to establish and maintain strong partnerships with agency staff.Ability to work independently, as well as within a team context to achieve organizational goals/outcomes.Efficient and persistent, with experience managing and juggling diverse tasks and projects with minimal supervision.Strong team building and negotiation skills.Ability to work with external vendors to define reporting and data requirements.Ability to perform basic testing when website application and reports are modified.Mathematical Skills:Ability to perform and conceptualize complex data and synthesize this data to meaningful conclusions on program performance. Ability to complete service delivery statistical reports, including outcome measurement achievement. Strong knowledge of computer processing, spreadsheets and databases.Other Skills and Abilities:Ability to respect and maintain confidentiality. Solid understanding of group dynamics and group facilitation skills. Ability to work with non-judgmental attitude in a population comprised of diversity in gender, socio-economic and ethnic group, sexual orientation, and physical or mental abilities. Ability to work within the parameters of the program and be able to work in an environment where there is frequent exposure to stressful/critical situations. Ability to frequently use standard office equipment.Physical Demands:The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.While performing the duties of this position, the employee is regularly required to use hand to finger, handle, or touch object, and to talk and hear. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, and sit.The employee is occasionally required to reach above shoulders; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, or crouch.The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, and the ability to adjust focus.

Intern at Colorado's 4th JD Recovery Court

1 day 20 hours ago
Employer: Colorado's 4th JD Recovery Court - Recovery Court Expires: 08/13/2021 Recovery Court interns are active members of the team and serve important functions in the operation of the program. Individual responsibilities will vary based on students' interests. Each student will work with the Program Coordinator to determine their responsibilities throughout the internship. For all interns, being agile and willing to step into a variety of tasks when needs arise during court is essential. Preferred Skills: Expertise in Office 365 (Excel, Forms, Teams, OneNote, and Outlook), experience as a team member, strong communication skills, and a hunger for learning.All Recovery Court interns will join our Experiential Learning Lab (ELL) for the Fall 2021 semester. ELL is operating in collaboration with UCCS Downtown and the School of Public Affairs. The internships are composed of three parts:Collaboration (Training, Professional Development, and Weekly Planning) from 9am-2pm on MondaysCourt Experience and Team Engagement with a choice of times (Tuesday-Thursday mornings or Wednesday afternoons)Remote Independent Projects (flexible scheduling) Focus areas for independent projects include, but are not limited to:Client intakes and screeningCommunity resource referrals and partnership buildingData collection and analysisProcedure and policy developmentResearch on various topics

Social Services and Outreach Coordinator Intern Fall 2021 (English) at AsylumConnect

2 days ago
Employer: AsylumConnect Expires: 08/31/2021 We're looking for Fall interns to join our remote team!Our Social Services & Outreach Coordinators play a pivotal part in building the world's first tech resource platform designed for LGBTQ+ people fleeing persecution. Our Social Services & Outreach Coordinator interns work remotely to maintain and efficiently grow the AsylumConnect platform. In this virtual role, you will focus on verifying new safe services in the United States for inclusion in our resource app and help to ensure our U.S. resource data remains up-to-date. This is an exciting opportunity to improve your research and outreach skills while enhancing your knowledge of LGBTQ+ rights, immigration law and policy, and the social services sector. We’re looking for meticulous, hard-working students who are passionate about LGBTQ+ equality, immigrant rights, and leveraging technology for social good.ResponsibilitiesReport to our Resource Coordinator (U.S.).Complete a comprehensive virtual training program designed to enhance interns' knowledge of LGBTQ+ rights, LGBTQ+ terminology, immigration law and policy, and the double marginalization of LGBTQ+ asylum seekers.Call and email organizations in the U.S. to verify their fit for the AsylumConnect Catalog. Research new LGBTQ+ affirming and immigrant-friendly organizations in the U.S. to include on AsylumConnect.Additional ad hoc resource and outreach tasks (as needed). QualificationsObtained or pursuing a bachelor’s or graduate degree (e.g. B.A., B.S., M.S.W., J.D., M.S.).Fluent in English.The flexibility to call organizations in the U.S. during local business hours.You are comfortable using online communication tools (e.g. G Suite, Slack, Asana, Telzio). The ability to follow instructions and work independently in a remote environment.You are reliable, meticulous, and appreciate the value of deadlines.Willingness to learn in-depth about the AsylumConnect Catalog and our tailored resource verification process.Previous experience in the social services sector is a plus.Schedule & Compensation: We’re looking for interns to join us for Fall 2021 (Tuesday, September 7– Friday, December 3, 2021), with a commitment of 10-30 hours per week, Monday – Friday.*Note: This internship is remote and unpaid. Interns may also extend the internship into the Spring Semester 2021.Job BenefitsSample Internship Benefits:Undergo an extensive virtual training program where interns learn in-depth about the state of LGBTQ+ rights, LGBTQ+ terminology, immigration law and policy, and the double marginalization of LGBTQ+ asylum seekers.Gain hands-on experience working with an international NGO and directly communicating with service providers on the ground. Connect to professionals in NGOs across North America.Enhance your understanding of the social services sector.Gain practical experience in the migration and human rights sector. Professional development opportunities, including resume reviews and virtual coffee chats with AsylumConnect staff and volunteers. Interns will also have the opportunity to receive a letter of reference from AsylumConnect upon successful completion of the internship.Check with your Internship Coordinator BEFORE accepting to determine how you might do this internship for credit.

Social Services & Outreach Coordinator Intern Fall 2021 (French) at AsylumConnect

2 days ago
Employer: AsylumConnect Expires: 08/31/2021 We're looking for bilingual (English and French) interns to join our remote team!Our Social Services & Outreach Coordinators play a pivotal part in building the world's first tech resource platform designed for LGBTQ+ people fleeing persecution. Our Social Services & Outreach Coordinator interns work remotely to maintain and efficiently grow the AsylumConnect platform. In this virtual role, you will focus on verifying new safe services in Canada for inclusion in our resource app and help to ensure our Canadian resource data remains up-to-date. This is an exciting opportunity to use your French language skills for good and improve your research and outreach skills, while enhancing your knowledge of LGBTQ+ rights, immigration law and policy, and the social services sector. We’re looking for meticulous, hard-working bilingual students who are passionate about LGBTQ+ and immigrant rights.ResponsibilitiesReport to our bilingual Resource Coordinator (Canada).Complete a comprehensive virtual training program designed to enhance interns' knowledge of LGBTQ+ rights, LGBTQ+ terminology, immigration law and policy, and the double marginalization of LGBTQ+ asylum seekers.Call and email organizations in Canada to verify their fit for the AsylumConnect Catalog. Research new LGBTQ+ affirming and immigrant friendly organizations in Canada to include on AsylumConnect.Additional ad hoc resource and outreach tasks (as needed). QualificationsObtained or pursuing a bachelor’s or graduate degree (e.g. B.A., B.S., M.S.W., J.D., M.S.).Bilingual in English and French.The flexibility to call organizations in Canada during local business hours.You are comfortable using online communication tools (e.g. G Suite, Slack, Asana, Telzio). The ability to follow instructions and work independently in a remote environment.You are reliable, meticulous and appreciate the value of deadlines.Willingness to learn in-depth about the AsylumConnect Catalog and our tailored resource verification process.Previous experience in the social services sector is a plus.Schedule & Compensation: We’re looking for interns to join us for Fall 2021 (Tuesday, September 6 – Friday, December 3, 2021), with a commitment of 10-30 hours per week, Monday – Friday.*Note: This internship is remote and unpaid. Interns may also extend the internship into the Fall Semester 2021.Job BenefitsSample Internship Benefits:Undergo an extensive virtual training program where interns learn in-depth about the state of LGBTQ+ rights, LGBTQ+ terminology, immigration law and policy, and the double marginalization of LGBTQ+ asylum seekers.Gain hands-on experience working with an international NGO and directly communicating with service providers on the ground. Connect to professionals in NGOs across North America and Canada.Enhance your understanding of the social services sector.Gain practical experience in the migration and human rights sector. Professional development opportunities, including resume reviews and virtual coffee chats with AsylumConnect staff and volunteers. Interns will also have the opportunity to receive a letter of reference from AsylumConnect upon successful completion of the internship.Check with your Internship Coordinator BEFORE accepting to determine how you might do this internship for credit.

Social Services & Outreach Coordinator Fall Internship Mexico at AsylumConnect

2 days 1 hour ago
Employer: AsylumConnect Expires: 08/31/2021 We're looking for bilingual (English and Spanish) interns to join our remote team!Our Social Services & Outreach Coordinators play a pivotal part in building the world's first tech resource platform designed for LGBTQ+ people fleeing persecution. Our Social Services & Outreach Coordinator interns work remotely to maintain and efficiently grow the AsylumConnect platform. In this virtual role, you will focus on verifying new safe services in Mexico for inclusion in our resource app and help to ensure our Mexican resource data remains up-to-date. This is an exciting opportunity to use your Spanish language skills for good and improve your research and outreach skills while enhancing your knowledge of LGBTQ+ rights, immigration law and policy, and the social services sector. We’re looking for meticulous, hard-working bilingual students who are passionate about LGBTQ+ and immigrant rights.ResponsibilitiesReport to our bilingual Resource Coordinator (Mexico).Complete a comprehensive virtual training program designed to enhance interns' knowledge of LGBTQ+ rights, LGBTQ+ terminology, immigration law and policy, and the double marginalization of LGBTQ+ asylum seekers.Call and email organizations in Mexico to verify their fit for the AsylumConnect Catalog. Research new LGBTQ+ affirming and immigrant-friendly organizations in Mexico to include on AsylumConnect.Additional ad hoc resource and outreach tasks (as needed). QualificationsObtained or pursuing a bachelor’s or graduate degree (e.g. B.A., B.S., M.S.W., J.D., M.S.).Bilingual in English and Spanish.The flexibility to call organizations in Mexico during local business hours.You are comfortable using online communication tools (e.g. G Suite, Slack, Asana, Telzio). The ability to follow instructions and work independently in a remote environment.You are reliable, meticulous, and appreciate the value of deadlines.Willingness to learn in-depth about the AsylumConnect Catalog and our tailored resource verification process.Previous experience in the social services sector is a plus.Schedule & Compensation: We’re looking for interns to join us for Fall 2021 (Tuesday, September 7 – Friday, December 3, 2021), with a commitment of 10-30 hours per week, Monday – Friday.*Note: This internship is remote and unpaid. Interns may also extend the internship into the Spring Semester 2021.Job BenefitsSample Internship Benefits:Undergo an extensive virtual training program where interns learn in-depth about the state of LGBTQ+ rights, LGBTQ+ terminology, immigration law and policy, and the double marginalization of LGBTQ+ asylum seekers.Gain hands-on experience working with an international NGO and directly communicating with service providers on the ground. Connect to professionals in NGOs across North America and Mexico.Enhance your understanding of the social services sector.Gain practical experience in the migration and human rights sector. Professional development opportunities, including resume reviews and virtual coffee chats with AsylumConnect staff and volunteers. Interns will also have the opportunity to receive a letter of reference from AsylumConnect upon successful completion of the internship.Course Credit with approval from academic advisors available

Fall 2021 Internship at The Raben Group

2 days 17 hours ago
Employer: The Raben Group Expires: 08/16/2021 The Raben Group is a public policy, strategic communications and organizational consulting firm. We were founded with a lofty goal and an audacious spirit: to make our nation greater by helping to shift public policy in a sensible, humane direction. We work intimately with policymakers and influencers in the nonprofit, corporate, foundation, and government sectors to identify shared interests, forge new connections, tackle our country’s most intractable problems, and uplift new generations of leaders and activists.Now 100+ strong with offices across the country, we are proudly majority people of color, majority women, and significantly LGBTQ+, all of which affords us a unique perspective on public policy, and imbues us with the fierce urgency of now – we know why this work matters. Spending any time with us, you quickly learn we value smarts, creativity, and audaciousness in our work, and for us, a sense of humor is a contractual must. Please learn more about Raben at rabengroup.com.What We Need:We are seeking an Intern to support The Raben Group’s client teams and engagements. Our internship offers students and recent graduates a blended learning opportunity, combining exposure to client services with the training required to navigate the progressive public policy, communications, issue campaigns, or government affairs spaces.Strong candidates must have contextual knowledge, strong critical thinking abilities, the desire to develop, and the tactical skills to advance the strategic mission and vision of The Raben Group and further the development and success of our firm. Our successful internship candidate will have a high degree of initiative, personal resilience, attention to detail, intellectual engagement in the subject matter at hand, and a concierge-like approach to client services.To apply for our Fall 2021 internship, please submit the materials below for consideration. We are not able to evaluate incomplete applications or resumes received through other channels at this time:Resume indicating your work/educational experience, background, major, your undergraduate and/or graduate institution.Cover letter explaining your interest in Raben, your academic or professional background, number of hours you are available to work during the week, and the practice area you wish to apply to (i.e. Media and Communications, Government Affairs, or Issue Campaigns).2-4 writing and/or work samples 3 academic or work-related referencesInterns are paid a stipend of $1000 per month for our blended learning opportunity. Interns may work remotely or be based in our DC, LA, Bay Area, or El Paso offices.Requirements Interns must have the availability to work 25-30 hours per week, Monday-Friday, for the duration of the internship. We are not able to offer a more reduced part-time schedule for our fall internship program.Writing and Content Development: Draft and/or edit press releases, opinion editorials, media advisories, website and social media content, reports, memos, surveys, presentations, and other public relations content and collateral.Event Management: Assist in the planning, coordination, and staffing of media events, convenings, conference calls, trainings, panels, etc., including venue logistics, registrations, and on-site support. Build awareness and excitement around client events and engagements.Strong interest in progressive issue areas, public policy, and client services.Other duties as assigned.The Raben Group finds it quite natural to be an Equal Opportunity Employer, living the values of diversity and inclusiveness in everything we do.

Program Services Coordinator (@ Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council) at Jobs That Help

2 days 18 hours ago
Employer: Jobs That Help Expires: 08/21/2021 Program Services Coordinator at Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council in Appleton, WI - shared by Jobs That Help as a third partyThe Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council (MMFHC) is seeking a Program Services Coordinator to provide an array of fair housing services to persons residing in northeast Wisconsin through a satellite office in Appleton, Wisconsin. The mission of MMFHC is to promote fair housing throughout the State of Wisconsin by combating illegal housing discrimination, and by creating and maintaining racially and economically integrated housing patterns.Position DescriptionThe Program Services Coordinator will staff a full-time position (40 hours per week) that reports directly to MMFHC’s Director of Program Services. The Program Services Coordinator is primarily responsible for the implementation of fair housing outreach and education services in northeast Wisconsin. This staff person will also be responsible for assisting with administrative duties, including report preparation and communication with local officials and funding sources, and will assist in the provision of enforcement program activities. Salary for this position is $34,000-$46,500, depending on experience and qualifications.QualificationsExcellent analytical, writing and public speaking skillsReliable, detail-oriented, and exceptionally well-organizedAbility to manage one’s own time and work independentlyAbility to work cooperatively and effectively with diverse groups of people and organizationsCommitted to vigorous enforcement of fair housing and fair lending lawsComputer literacy, including experience with Microsoft applications (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint)Spanish or Hmong language proficiency a plusFamiliarity with northeast Wisconsin, housing market practices, community-based programs preferredA./B.S. preferred, but commensurate experience will be consideredValid driver’s license
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