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Full Time
7/3/2024
Upper Marlboro, MD 20774
(9.5 miles)
$21.00 to $26.00 / hr
RoadSafe Traffic Systems imageWe are looking for Sign Shop Support. Various duties include Inside sales, customer service, order taking, assignment of tasks to others, monitoring production schedule and a variety of sign making and general shop duties.
Inside sales, phone orders and customer service. Read, understand and take sign orders. Input orders on PC using custom program (Vista by Viewpoint). Assign work and monitor progress to keep production work flowing smoothly. Provide guidance and instructions to other sign makers. Set up and utilizes sign maker computer to produce custom signs and graphics. Marks, positions and applies letters to sign face. Gathers, lifts and carries inventory items such as reflective sheeting, aluminum blacks, plywood, tools and finished signs (etc.) when needed. Inventory control and maintenance Coordinates installation orders with Project Managers. Shop maintenance and cleanliness Daily safety meetings with direct reports Order sign shop materials as needed. Performs other work related duties as assigned.
Benefits: Medical Dental Vision 401(k) plans with company match Tuition Reimbursement Paid Time Off Company paid GED program HSA 2nd Chance Employer
Qualifications: Previous experience in traffic sign production preferred Previous experience with with Flexi, or Graphtec Must be willing and able to work independently.  Computer experience in word processing and spreadsheet. Keyboard skills required. Ability to understand and follow instructions as given. Good written, verbal and interpersonal skills. Ability to organize and prioritize workload and meet deadlines. Ability to lift 40 pounds. Must be able to speak and read English.
We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.
Full Time
6/26/2024
Cooksville, MD 21723
(39.8 miles)
Flowserve is a world-leading manufacturer and aftermarket service provider of comprehensive flow control systems. Join a company whose people are committed to building a more sustainable future to make the world better for everyone. With 16,000+ employees in 50+ countries, we combine our global reach with local presence. Our team challenges themselves to approach each situation with ingenuity and creativity to help provide our customers with the most innovative flow control products and services. We support 10,000+ customers worldwide, creating products to meet the needs of our customers who are supplying energy, fresh water, pharmaceuticals and other essentials to consumers, businesses and governments globally. We invite you to put your talents and career in motion at Flowserve. Company Overview: If a culture of excellence, innovation and ownership is what you’re searching for, consider putting your experience in motion at Flowserve. As an individual contributor, or as a leader of people, your enterprise mindset will ensure Flowserve’s position as the global standard in comprehensive flow control solutions. Here, your opportunity for professional development and industry leading rewards will be supported by our foundational commitments to the values of people first, integrity and safety. Thinking beyond opportunity and reward, at Flowserve, we are inspired by working together to create extraordinary flow control solutions to make the world better for everyone! Our Taneytown, MD Pump Manufacturing facility is over 150,000 square feet and provides capability for engineering, design, customer service, machining, assembly, and testing for a diverse product portfolio, which serves all markets (power, oil & gas, water resources, general industry, and chemical). The facility has expanded four times since opening in 1971 to accommodate revenue growth and product line developments. The entire project lifecycle is experienced all under the same roof. Role Summary: Flowserve is looking for a Machinist at our manufacturing facility in Taneytown, MD. The candidate should be proficient in the set-up and operation of manual lathes, with exposure to CNC. The ideal candidate will have extensive knowledge of the general manufacturing environment to include, able to work safely, able to machine tolerances +/- .001, precision tool grinding, the use of overhead jib cranes, ergonomics, and inspection equipment. This machinist position requires self-inspection of parts, able to use trigonometry to find dimensions, understanding of geometric tolerancing, and being able to work in a safe and efficient manner. 2nd shift: Mon - Thur 3:30 pm - 2:00 am - 5% Differential Responsibilities: Machinist with experience running castings on manual and CNC machines.Maintain clean and well-organized work area at all times while maintaining all tooling and machinery for efficient and safe operation.Accurately machine to within a +/- .001 tolerance and familiar with prints with geometric tolerances.Comfortable with all types of precision measuring equipment and working in English and Metric systems.Experienced with jib and overhead cranes lifting large castings.Understand and operate machines, tooling, and measuring equipment properly and safely.Adhere to all Safety Procedures & Policy. Complete all Pure Safety and other safety training as required. Requirements: 2+ years machining experience in a manufacturing or repair environment operating manual lathes, milling machines, or CNC lathes/mills.Experience in using and interpreting precision measuring instruments, such as micrometers, dial indicators, and depth gaugesDemonstrated ability to read and interpret blueprints, geometric tolerances, and finishes during the application of machining.Ability to work in a team oriented and CIP environmentAbility to read and interpret instructions and drawingsAbility to follow complex verbal and written instructionsAble to stand for long periods, repetitive arm motions, frequent lifting with occasional lifting up to 50 lbs.Ability to work overtime as requiredHigh School Diploma or GED or 3-5 relevant years of experience in lieu of education Preferred: Machinist certification, training or degree related to machining is a plus.Experience in high mix, low volume manufacturing environmentForklift certification Flowserve offers competitive pay, annual bonuses, medical benefits on day 1, generous paid vacation time, paid holidays, 401(k) and many other excellent benefits! Req ID : R-9530 Job Family Group : Operations Job Family : OP Machining EOE including Disability/Protected Veterans. Flowserve will also not discriminate against an applicant or employee for inquiring about, discussing or disclosing their pay or, in certain circumstances, the pay of their co-workers. Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision If you are a qualified individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, you have the right to request a reasonable accommodation if you are unable or limited in your ability to use or access flowservecareers. com as result of your disability. You can request a reasonable accommodation by sending an email to employment@flowserve. com. In order to quickly respond to your request, please use the words "Accommodation Request" as your subject line of your email. For more information, read the Accessibility Process.
Full Time
7/1/2024
Baltimore, MD 21276
(40.7 miles)
Location:Erickson Senior LivingErickson Senior Living, headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland is a national provider of senior living and health care with campuses in 11 statesand growing. Erickson Senior Living develops and manages senior living communities and health services across the country. We achieve industry–leading results in customer satisfaction, driving high occupancy, and positive health outcomes.Do you want to be part of a team responsible for over 1 billion dollars in new development with a long-term growth plan that welcomes the next generation of seniors The Quality Assurance Manager will work for a company that develops, owns, and manages their communities throughout the country. This person will be part of an in-house development team that will drive this growth by managing the project punch list and turnover process.What we offerA culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion, which builds on our mission, vision and valuesMedical centers that provide health and well-being services free for all employees 18+ regardless of insuranceState-of-the-art community campuses, ongoing expansion plans, and design enhancements to ensure we continue to set the industry standardA "career for life" approach to professional and personal development for our greatest asset; our team membersCompetitive benefits packages including medical, dental, vision, and PTO for employees working 30+ hours401k for all employees 18 and over. Company contribution up to 3% once eligibleEducation assistance including paid CEUs and certification reimbursementHow you will make an impact:Collaborate with Development Project Leads to coordinate and manage scheduling discussions with GC, community, and architect to review punch list and closeout schedules to ensure schedules are realisticConduct site visits and reviews of the project during the rough-in phase to evaluate progress against schedule and to review quality Review initial installation of finishes(s) to ensure that finishes are being installed with proper care and by Erickson Senior Living standards and design Conduct Quality Control training based on Erickson Development guidelines with the General Contractor and Architect to ensure quality expectations are fully understood and agreed uponProvide ongoing monitoring on site to ensure GC is properly preparing for punch list and back-check including conducting their own QA and punch listsSet up and manage schedule and quality expectations meeting Manage overall Punchlist and Turnover process to ensure reasonable schedules are developed, that resources are properly assigned, and quality expectations are clearParticipate in lessons-learned meetings to understand where there are opportunities for improvement related to QA and turnover, and then follow up as appropriate to implement new processes and standards to address that feedback Compensation:Commensurate with experience starting at $80000.00 / year and a generous bonus planWhat you will need:Bachelor's degree requiredMinimum 3 years experience in a construction focused organization is requiredAbility to work independently and handle all aspects of a project including interface with Project Teams such as General Contractors, Consultants, Erickson teams, reporting quality related issues, documentation and weekly status report of Punchlist and Turnover progress.Ability to read and interpret plans and contract specifications for the type of work that QA Manager will be monitoring and inspectingConstruction related training (i.e.) course work in construction, project management and/or other related fields), or a combination of education and experience that demonstrates ability to perform the job is strongly preferredKnowledge of Continuing Care Retirement Communities and long term care is strongly preferredErickson Senior Living, its affiliates, and managed communities are Equal Opportunity Employers and are committed to providing a workplace free of unlawful discrimination and harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, veteran status, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information or any other category protected by federal, state or local law.
Full Time
7/12/2024
Alexandria, VA 22314
(8.7 miles)
Description Leidos is seeking a Controls Technician to join our growing team, in support of Security Engineering Programs – Center for Information Systems Security. (SEP-CISS) This Controls Technician will support a National Security Sensitive Program, performing work on a variety of HVAC automation projects, primarily at the mechanical level. Daily activities will be directed by the Controls Team Lead and may include: Field Testing & Tuning, HVAC Troubleshooting & Repair, HVAC Preventative Maintenance Actions, Equipment Calibrations, and Automation Programming. This position will work in downtown DC at an undisclosed customer site. While this position will work 6am - 2pm M-F, shift flexibility will be required for sparse weekend & evening work. Due to the sensitive & classified nature of this program, telework is not available.Primary ResponsibilitiesBuilding HVAC & supporting equipment troubleshooting & repair.Building HVAC & supporting equipment preventative maintenance.Building HVAC & supporting equipment field calibration & testing.Providing daily task updates in the service management tool.Supporting other Controls & Automation directives as required.Basic QualificationsActive Secret clearance with ability to obtain a Top Secret is a must.Basic mechanical & electrical knowledge of HVAC systems.Proven troubleshooting & repair of HVAC systems.Degree is not required; experience and expertise are critical to this role.Schedule flexibility (Primary shift is 6am-2pm, M-F with sparse weekend & evening work)Strong written and oral communications required.Highly effective teamwork and collaboration skills.Must possess strong organizational skills and strong interpersonal skills to effectively relate to Leidos and customer needs.Preferred QualificationsFamiliarity with electric, electronic, mechanical, and plumbing (MEP) systemsFamiliar with DDC hardware and/or software of any of the following:LoytecAutomated logicAlertonAllen BradleyReliable controlsFamiliarity with reading, drawing, or revising drawings for DDC control systems.Building Automation ExperienceSCADA Controls FamiliarityOriginal Posting Date:2024-05-16While subject to change based on business needs, Leidos reasonably anticipates that this job requisition will remain open for at least 3 days with an anticipated close date of no earlier than 3 days after the original posting date as listed above.Pay Range:Pay Range $53,950.00 - $97,525.00The Leidos pay range for this job level is a general guideline onlyand not a guarantee of compensation or salary. Additional factors considered in extending an offer include (but are not limited to) responsibilities of the job, education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities, as well as internal equity, alignment with market data, applicable bargaining agreement (if any), or other law.
Full Time
7/10/2024
Baltimore, MD 21202
(41.0 miles)
QUALITY ASSURANCE PHARM TECH - RETAIL Baltimore, MD SINAI HOSPITAL RETAIL PHARMACY Full-time - Day/Evening Shift - 9:00am-5:30pm Allied Health 82800 Posted:April 27, 2024Apply NowSave JobSaved SummaryJOBSUMMARY: This is a non-supervisory position in which the incumbent under the direct management of the Business Operations Manager and working closely with the 340B coordinator. This person must be able to perform pharmacy technician related job duties in order to understand compliance requirements to effectively audit for third party payer requirements as well as other internal audits. In addition to the primary function of internal audits this person may need to assist the 340B coordinator with 340B audits, cover pharmacy technician shifts when due to callouts/vacations and perform other job related duties assigned.CERTIFICATIONS: Registeredand certified pharmacy technician license (Maryland)Prefer certified nationally as pharmacy technicianEXPERIENCE: 1-3 years of experience in billing, accounts receivable, 340B drug discount program, third party payer audit compliance standards and pharmacy technician experience is preferred.Additional InformationAs one of the largest health care providers in Maryland, with 13,000 team members, We strive toCARE BRAVELYfor over 1 million patients annually. LifeBridge Healthincludes Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Northwest Hospital, Carroll Hospital, Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital and Grace Medical Center, as well as our Community Physician Enterprise, Center for Hope, Practice Dynamics, and business partners: LifeBridge Health & Fitness, ExpressCare and HomeCare of Maryland. Share:Apply Now
Full Time
6/18/2024
Cooksville, MD 21723
(39.8 miles)
Flowserve is a world-leading manufacturer and aftermarket service provider of comprehensive flow control systems. Join a company whose people are committed to building a more sustainable future to make the world better for everyone. With 16,000+ employees in 50+ countries, we combine our global reach with local presence. Our team challenges themselves to approach each situation with ingenuity and creativity to help provide our customers with the most innovative flow control products and services. We support 10,000+ customers worldwide, creating products to meet the needs of our customers who are supplying energy, fresh water, pharmaceuticals and other essentials to consumers, businesses and governments globally. We invite you to put your talents and career in motion at Flowserve. Company Overview: If a culture of excellence, innovation and ownership is what you’re searching for, consider putting your experience in motion at Flowserve. As an individual contributor, or as a leader of people, your enterprise mindset will ensure Flowserve’s position as the global standard in comprehensive flow control solutions. Here, your opportunity for professional development and industry leading rewards will be supported by our foundational commitments to the values of people first, integrity and safety. Thinking beyond opportunity and reward, at Flowserve, we are inspired by working together to create extraordinary flow control solutions to make the world better for everyone! Our Taneytown, MD Pump Manufacturing facility is over 150,000 square feet and provides capability for engineering, design, customer service, machining, assembly, and testing for a diverse product portfolio, which serves all markets (power, oil & gas, water resources, general industry, and chemical). The facility has expanded four times since opening in 1971 to accommodate revenue growth and product line developments. The entire project lifecycle is experienced all under the same roof. Role Summary: The Precision Assembler will be responsible for the preparation of assembly work and documentation. This position will also assemble pumps utilizing a variety of tools and test equipment. This person will have access to tools at our facility to accomplish these expectations to ensure the delivery of a high-quality product to our customers. 2nd Shift: Monday-Thursday 3:30pm - 2:00 am Responsibilities: Complete assemblies according to drawings, instructions, and work orders, performing testing when required.Demonstrates an advanced understanding of inspection equipment, their functions and uses to ensure that all parts and assemblies are within specifications.Ensure all parts and components are clean prior to assembly and that assemblies are completed properly, following all assembly procedures.Follow all safety procedures, and wear required personal safety equipment.Troubleshoot and resolve issues within assembly.Have a sharp eye for detail and a results-oriented approach.Capable of calculating basic mathematical functions including computation of rate, ratio, and percent and to convert one type of measurement into another.Participate in CIP activities as needed and comply with all Flowserve policies and procedures.Ability to read and interpret documents such as blueprints and technical drawings safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.Ability to write routine reports and communicate clearly to peers, supervisors, and customersShow a customer-service mindset for on-time delivery and quality workmanship.Must be willing to work overtime and weekends as required.Demonstrate behavior that promotes team building and continuous improvement.Must be able to stand for long periods of time and be able to safely lift up to 50 lbs.Ability to operate jib and overhead cranesOther duties as assigned. Requirements: 1+ year experience in a manufacturing environment.Experience as a mechanic for rotating machines, mechanical devices or as a general mechanic is preferred. Preferred Skills: High School Diploma or GED is required Flowserve offers competitive pay, annual bonuses, medical benefits on day 1, generous paid vacation time, paid holidays, 401(k) and many other excellent benefits! Req ID : R-10163 Job Family Group : Operations Job Family : OP Precision Assembly EOE including Disability/Protected Veterans. Flowserve will also not discriminate against an applicant or employee for inquiring about, discussing or disclosing their pay or, in certain circumstances, the pay of their co-workers. Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision If you are a qualified individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, you have the right to request a reasonable accommodation if you are unable or limited in your ability to use or access flowservecareers. com as result of your disability. You can request a reasonable accommodation by sending an email to employment@flowserve. com. In order to quickly respond to your request, please use the words "Accommodation Request" as your subject line of your email. For more information, read the Accessibility Process.
Full Time
6/28/2024
Sterling, VA 20166
(33.4 miles)
Description Leidos is looking for key personnel to support the design, qualification and build of critical control systems for our Defense Department customers! Our work today supports the warfighter tomorrow! We have a light touch, high mix, low rate of production facility where we design and qualify new products (electro-mechanical products and components), and build and provide support for up to 10+ years. As the Manufacturing Engineer (ME) you will be part of the leadership team, reporting to the Production Manager, but work closely with Engineering, Production, Quality Assurance, and Project Management staff. Duties require application of engineering & manufacturing principles, analysis, and techniques to optimize the production line and drive results. This position typically works under general supervision and direction. Incumbents of this position regularly exercise discretionary and substantial decision-making authority. Primary responsibilities include various activities to make the production workflow smoother and more efficient, detailed below. Primary Responsibilities• Establishes manufacturing sequences, processes, and develops required tooling and test fixtures for the completion of all elements of deliverable program hardware.• Provides on-going floor support and coordinates efforts in producibility and continuous process and product improvement. Subject Matter Expert in multiple process areas.• Reviews and interprets engineering drawings, performance and product specifications, electronic files, supplier component specifications and applicable design information.• Extracts and develops manufacturing concepts and methods that will support customer and company requirements from electrical and mechanical drawings and related engineering data that defines multi-indentured assemblies and systems.• Provides input in concurrent engineering design activities to ensure producibility at the production phase of manufacturing.• Determine critical processes on which to perform trend analysis. Performs trend analysis on these processes to determine compliance to contractual requirements and to improve the manufacturing processes and capabilities.• Supports the coordination of all elements of Material Review Board (MRB) efforts to implement corrective and preventive action.• Creates assembly instructions to load into our Manufacturing Execution System (MES) or Build Assembly documentation, and identifies opportunities for process improvement.• Develops manufacturing processes with formalized metrics that lead towards Lean and Six Sigma.• Applies lean manufacturing techniques to reduce cost and waste.• Collaborates with Engineering Department to implement Design For Assembly (DFA) concepts, participates in engineering technical reviews (as required), supports First Article production, and develops the initial assembly work instructions for each new product. • Provides guidance to engineering regarding design concepts and specification requirements to best utilize equipment and manufacturing techniques.• Supports QA in Investigations of failures/defects, supports root cause analysis and implements corrective actions to support continuous improvement.Required QualificationsEight+ years of experience designing or building electro-mechanical assemblies in an ISO 9001 or AS9100 production environment. High School diploma or GEDManagement/leadership experience working with multiple disciplines to achieve common goals.Experiencing setting up shop floors for varying production models (cell, assembly line, etc.) for optimal efficiencyAble to read and comprehend engineering drawings, Bills of Materials, and operational procedures.Can produce assembly and test documentation for the assigned products (with support from Engineering and Quality Assurance).Experience in producibility engineering/ DFA in an electro-mechanical environment. Proficient with Microsoft Office SoftwareAble to obtain a Secret security clearance. Must be a US Citizen.Preferred QualificationsFour-year college degree in Industrial Technology, Industrial Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or other related discipline plus related experience listed above. Lean Six Sigma certificationMicrosoft SharePoint® experienceDeltek Costpoint® ERP experiencePTC Windchill® PLM experienceiBase-t Solumina MES experienceCAD proficiency; Dassault Systms SolidWorks® preferred.Practitioner experience using a Manufacturing Execution System/MES; Solumina preferred.Experience creating and conducting training curriculum for production teamOriginal Posting Date:2024-04-17While subject to change based on business needs, Leidos reasonably anticipates that this job requisition will remain open for at least 3 days with an anticipated close date of no earlier than 3 days after the original posting date as listed above.Pay Range:Pay Range $68,900.00 - $124,550.00The Leidos pay range for this job level is a general guideline onlyand not a guarantee of compensation or salary. Additional factors considered in extending an offer include (but are not limited to) responsibilities of the job, education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities, as well as internal equity, alignment with market data, applicable bargaining agreement (if any), or other law.
Full Time
6/28/2024
Sterling, VA 20166
(33.4 miles)
Description Leidos is looking for key personnel to support the design, qualification and build of critical control systems for our Defense Department customers! Our work today supports the warfighter tomorrow! We have a light touch, high mix, low rate of production facility where we design and qualify new products (electro-mechanical products and components), and build and provide support for up to 10+ years. As the Manufacturing Engineer (ME) you will be part of the leadership team, reporting to the Production Manager, but work closely with Engineering, Production, Quality Assurance, and Project Management staff. Duties require application of engineering & manufacturing principles, analysis, and techniques to optimize the production line and drive results. This position typically works under general supervision and direction. Incumbents of this position regularly exercise discretionary and substantial decision-making authority. Primary responsibilities include various activities to make the production workflow smoother and more efficient, detailed below. Primary Responsibilities• Establishes manufacturing sequences, processes, and develops required tooling and test fixtures for the completion of all elements of deliverable program hardware.• Provides on-going floor support and coordinates efforts in producibility and continuous process and product improvement. Subject Matter Expert in multiple process areas.• Reviews and interprets engineering drawings, performance and product specifications, electronic files, supplier component specifications and applicable design information.• Extracts and develops manufacturing concepts and methods that will support customer and company requirements from electrical and mechanical drawings and related engineering data that defines multi-indentured assemblies and systems.• Provides input in concurrent engineering design activities to ensure producibility at the production phase of manufacturing.• Determine critical processes on which to perform trend analysis. Performs trend analysis on these processes to determine compliance to contractual requirements and to improve the manufacturing processes and capabilities.• Supports the coordination of all elements of Material Review Board (MRB) efforts to implement corrective and preventive action.• Creates assembly instructions to load into our Manufacturing Execution System (MES) or Build Assembly documentation, and identifies opportunities for process improvement.• Develops manufacturing processes with formalized metrics that lead towards Lean and Six Sigma.• Applies lean manufacturing techniques to reduce cost and waste.• Collaborates with Engineering Department to implement Design For Assembly (DFA) concepts, participates in engineering technical reviews (as required), supports First Article production, and develops the initial assembly work instructions for each new product. • Provides guidance to engineering regarding design concepts and specification requirements to best utilize equipment and manufacturing techniques.• Supports QA in Investigations of failures/defects, supports root cause analysis and implements corrective actions to support continuous improvement.Required QualificationsEight+ years of experience designing or building electro-mechanical assemblies in an ISO 9001 or AS9100 production environment. High School diploma or GEDManagement/leadership experience working with multiple disciplines to achieve common goals.Experiencing setting up shop floors for varying production models (cell, assembly line, etc.) for optimal efficiencyAble to read and comprehend engineering drawings, Bills of Materials, and operational procedures.Can produce assembly and test documentation for the assigned products (with support from Engineering and Quality Assurance).Experience in producibility engineering/ DFA in an electro-mechanical environment. Proficient with Microsoft Office SoftwareAble to obtain a Secret security clearance. Must be a US Citizen.Preferred QualificationsFour-year college degree in Industrial Technology, Industrial Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or other related discipline plus related experience listed above. Lean Six Sigma certificationMicrosoft SharePoint® experienceDeltek Costpoint® ERP experiencePTC Windchill® PLM experienceiBase-t Solumina MES experienceCAD proficiency; Dassault Systms SolidWorks® preferred.Practitioner experience using a Manufacturing Execution System/MES; Solumina preferred.Experience creating and conducting training curriculum for production teamOriginal Posting Date:2024-04-17While subject to change based on business needs, Leidos reasonably anticipates that this job requisition will remain open for at least 3 days with an anticipated close date of no earlier than 3 days after the original posting date as listed above.Pay Range:Pay Range $68,900.00 - $124,550.00The Leidos pay range for this job level is a general guideline onlyand not a guarantee of compensation or salary. Additional factors considered in extending an offer include (but are not limited to) responsibilities of the job, education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities, as well as internal equity, alignment with market data, applicable bargaining agreement (if any), or other law.
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Full Time
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