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Chief Financial Officer
Non-Profit Mental Health Residential and Rehabilitation program

Full Time position for a Non-Profit Mental Health Residential and Rehabilitation program. MBA plus one year or more supervisory experience in an accounting or financial environment or BA with five years experience in Health Care with two years supervisory.

Reports directly to the CEO, COO and Medical Director. Responsible for the processing of all financial transactions and financial reporting requirements for OMNIHOUSE, Omni Foundation, and Property Management. Also attend all Board of Directors meetings, every other month.  

Please send resume to:

Lois Miller CEO or Mary Abel Admin. Asst.
P.O. 1270
Glen Burnie, MD. 21061

Or send to : mabel@omnihouse.org




Forensic Clinician
Location: Partnership Development Group - Maryland

SALARIED, CLINICAL POSITION- no evenings or weekends required! This is a unique opportunity to provide in-depth, clinical, behavioral health services to an incarcerated population as part of an interdisciplinary treatment team. This is a full time position with Partnership Development Group, based out of the Anne Arundel County Detention Facility in Glen Burnie, MD. The Forensic Behavioral Health Clinician is an employee of the agency who provides behavioral health services to individuals incarcerated within the Anne Arundel County Detention facilities.

This position requires licensure at the independent level (LCPC or LCSW-C). The primary responsibilities of this position are focused on the facility’s Behavioral Health Crisis Stabilization unit, including the maintenance of a therapeutic milieu and development/facilitation of therapeutic groups and activities. In addition, the clinician is responsible for diagnostic assessments, individual therapy, the development and implementation of structured therapy groups outside the unit, and participation in interdisciplinary team meetings. The clinician coordinates with other team members, including clinicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, somatic physicians, nurses, and detention center staff. This role requires the ability to develop and provide training for detention center staff. The candidate must be licensed in Maryland as a LCSW-C or LCPC. Experience in correctional settings preferred. Must have experience with adults diagnosed with severe mental illness. Knowledge of the legal system and court proceedings required.

Experience in Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, co-occurring disorders, person-centered treatment planning, and differential diagnosis utilizing the DSM 5/ICD-10 required. Must have the ability to communicate clearly, both orally and in writing. Experience with Electronic Medical Records preferred. Preference will be given to English/Spanish bilingual candidates. The salary for this position is between $50,000-60,000 annually, with generous leave, full benefits, retirement savings with company matching, paid CEUs, and a supportive company culture!

Please send inquiries to:
Victoria Morgan
Phone: 410.863.7213




Mental Health Clinician
Location: Partnership Development Group - Maryland

Thriving therapy practice seeks INDEPENDENTLY LICENSED clinicians (LCSW-C or LCPC) to join our team!

  • HIGHLY COMPETITIVE rates/splits, with a wide range of clientele in a comfortable, supportive environment.
  • THRIVING referral stream to be able to build your caseload quickly.
  • INDEPENDENCE and AUTONOMY to arrange your schedule.
  • TECHNOLOGY to document easily and efficiently, from anywhere!
  • SUPPORT from a group of highly experienced clinicians.
  • BENEFITS available to clinicians working full-time equivalent hours. 

Credentialed clinicians preferred, but we will assist with the credentialing process if you are not already credentialed. An ideal candidate has experience in evidence-based practice, such as DBT or EMDR. We would love someone with couples' counseling experience, a willingness to see a wide range of ages/diagnoses, and a great attitude! Our offices are in Millersville and Baltimore city- see clients in either location, or both!

Please send inquiries to:
Victoria Morgan
Phone: 410.863.7213




Medical Director
Location: FSI., a part of Sheppard Pratt Health System - Gaithersburg, Maryland

Family Services, Inc., an integrated part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System, has an immediate opening for a psychiatrist to serve as Medical Director of the Gaithersburg Outpatient Mental Health Center (OMHC). The OMHC is a well-established clinic serving a highly diverse client population of 1,200 children, adults, and families annually. The OMHC is co-located with a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), creating opportunities to integrate behavioral health and primary care. Our highly trained clinical team utilizes a client-centered, trauma-informed, and recovery-oriented model of care. The Medical Director provides clinical and administrative oversight for all medical services provided to OMHC clients.

Activities and services include:

  • Providing psychiatric evaluations, treatment planning, medication evaluation and monitoring, and clinical consultations; documenting medical services provided. 
  • Establishing and maintaining standards for clinical services, therapeutic modalities, prescribing practices, and quality assurance.
  • Reviewing medical records to evaluate quality of client care and CPT accuracy.
  • Ensuring adequate physician coverage.
  • Privileging and credentialing clinical staff.
  • Evaluating psychiatric staff

The Medical Director also collaborates with the team at Montgomery Station, a psychiatric rehabilitation program providing housing, outreach, and day program services for seriously mentally ill adults and adolescents. Individuals with an interest in serious mental illness are strongly encouraged to apply.

Requirements:

Interested candidates must be board certified or board eligible in psychiatry, and have a current license to practice in Maryland at the time of hire. A full-time commitment is desired; a minimum of 20 hours/week is required. ?

Please send your resume to jen.carberry@fsi-inc.org



Bilingual Therapist
Location: FSI., a part of Sheppard Pratt Health System - Gaithersburg, Maryland

Job Summary:

Offers counseling and case management services in a trauma informed care environment for women fleeing domestic violence and child witnesses of partner abuse. Provides clinical assessment, brief individual counseling, trauma recovery and group counseling, as well as safety and discharge planning. The work schedule is flexible to include some evening hours to accommodate resident schedules. Fluency in English and Spanish is required. Duties and

Responsibilities:

  • Provides clinical assessment of new clients, including an initial safety plan to establish short term therapeutic goals with the client, within three business days of admission to the Center.
  • Working collaboratively with the client and clinical team, develops a plan of action that includes safety planning, legal options, financial remedies, housing options, mental health and other individual goals as directed by the client’s needs.
  • Conducts and documents a full professional psychosocial assessment of each new adult client within one week of admission and continues to meet with the client as often as needed. Identifies and addresses concerns including mental health diagnosis and trauma reaction symptoms, such as sleeping or eating changes.
  • Gathers information (with client signed permission) from previous treatment.
  • Coordinates providers and makes referrals to address current symptoms and future follow up, (e.g. substance abuse, psychiatrist) as needed.
  • Works closely with Case Coordinators to ensure that women develop life skills as identified in their plan of action; coordinates discharge and safety planning to ensure continuing services through APP or other community providers.
  • Offers weekly support group and parenting group (in English and in Spanish) on domestic violence education, victim recovery and empowerment in conjunction with other clinical programs and services.
  • Provides family therapy services to address the impact of abuse on children who have witnessed domestic violence.
  • Attends weekly case consultation meetings, individual supervision and required trainings on both trauma informed care and domestic violence.
  • Conducts care presentations as assigned.
  • Ensures that clinical notes and critical incident reports are complete, timely and accurate.
  • Maintains strict confidentiality of survivor records and information.
  • Other duties as assigned.

This position description may be altered to comply with the needs of the program. Qualifications:

Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology or closely related field, with a minimum of two years of relevant clinical experience, a portion of which should be in partner abuse or domestic violence. Must have a demonstrated commitment to serve a diverse community. Must possess a current Maryland license at the independent clinical practitioner level. (LGPC, LCPC, LGSW or LCSW). Fluency in English and Spanish is required.

Apply to: Careers@fs-inc.org



Part-time Grants Specialist
Location: Family Servies, Inc (FSI) Gaithersburg, MD

Family Services, Inc. (FSI) is a regional nonprofit human services organization that provides health, behavioral health, social, and related community services to children, youth, families and adults. Financial support for the work of the organization comes from a variety of public and private organizations including public sector grants and contracts, grant awards from private foundations and corporations, as well as individual and family gifts.

FSI is part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System. The Grants Specialist is a key member of the administrative and fund development team at FSI. This position requires an individual who can primarily coordinate and personally develop private and public-sector grant applications. From time to time the Grants Specialist may support other aspects of the agency’s general and administrative services. Funding requests are routinely made to governmental and public-sector agencies (local, state, and federal) as well as private foundations and corporations. An individual is sought who will be passionate about the mission, vision, and values of FSI and energetic in the performance of the work. The primary work site for the position is our main campus in Gaithersburg. The office is open weekdays between 8:30 and 5:00, however the schedule and work hours of this position will need to be somewhat flexible. While routinely the work is office-based, the Grants Specialist will need to be able to work outside of regular business hours and from home particularly during peak demand periods.

Responsibilities & Job Expectations:

  • Prepare compelling proposals for grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements. Submit proposals in final form - on time and in a high-quality format.
  • Develop and write needs statements, which require assembling and presenting background information and supporting information/data.
  • Coordinate, collaborate, and support program managers and others in the development and submission of grant applications and ensuring that reports are submitted throughout the grant/contract term by program managers.
  • Coordinate the work of, and work collaboratively with, off-site part-time and contract grant specialist(s) that the agency may employ.
  • Provide administrative work associated with fund solicitation (e.g., records and reports, limited data base input, and grant acknowledgement).
  • Attend pre-bid conferences, debriefing opportunities, and other grant and philanthropic meetings in the community.
  • Other related general and administrative duties as may from time to time be needed in support of overall agency administration and operations.

Qualifications: (Professional experiences and demonstrated capabilities may substitute for some of the following.)

  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field.
  • Three years of experience working in development/fundraising and writing nonprofit or government grant proposals.
  • Excellent professional writing and communication skills
  • Demonstrated success in securing grant and contract funding.
  • Ability/capacity to coordinate all elements of a grant application.
  • Detail-oriented, excellent organizational skills, and the ability to quickly assemble, analyze and coalesce content information.
  • Works well as a team member and can provide leadership and coordinate the work of others.
  • Skill with online applications, Microsoft Office products, Adobe, and Google Apps software applications.

Contact/Send resumes to careers@fs-inc.org


The Delaware Department of Health and Social Services, Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health
HOSPITAL DIRECTOR

The Delaware Department of Health and Social Services, Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health, is searching for a Hospital Director for the Delaware Psychiatric Center. This leadership position is responsible for managing the overall administrative and clinical operations of a state hospital with 125 occupied beds and an annual operating budget of $45M.

THE ROLE

The State of Delaware is currently seeking a leader with knowledge of the public mental health system who has experience directing and overseeing a facility with a substantial budget and staff. This position will require someone with strong communication skills, both verbal and written, and an ability to engage staff and ensure the needs of the clients (patients) are being met. This will require working closely with the leadership team at the hospital and the Director, of the State of Delaware for Substance Abuse and Mental Health.

LEADERSHIP

  • Take a lead role in moving what has been a traditional state long-term stay hospital to one that is recovery-oriented, trauma-informed, and person-centered
  • Be a change agent to move a mostly long-term care facility to one that primarily provides acute care and short-term rehabilitation services designed to treat, stabilize, and get people back to their natural communities in less than 30 days, where possible
  • Create an environment of staff engagement and recognition
  • Support the work of Peer Specialists throughout the facility

STRATEGY

  • Lead hospital-wide strategic planning
  • Implement a facility-wide mission, vision, and core values that will work across the Organization

PATIENT CENTRIC CARE

  • Manage hospital and crisis level service delivery provided by both the Delaware Psychiatric Center and contracted providers as a full continuum of care
  • Ensure that all care is person-centered, trauma-informed and recovery-oriented
  • Ensure cost-effective care to clients of the facility
  • Oversee and develop or revise program plans, policies and procedures in accordance with the strategy, regulatory requirements and accreditation standards

OPERATIONS

  • Oversee facility operations and directing the delivery of services with a multi-disciplinary executive staff team to ensure conformance with licensure, certification and accreditation standards and requirements
  • Manage and direct hospital services including Medical, Nursing, Food Services, Facilities, Social Service, Security, HR, and Business Services directly and through delegation to other administrators
  • Develop and oversee the implementation of programmatic or policy changes in order to correct deficiencies in the care and delivery of services
  • Review and revise when needed, administrative and clinical policies and procedures to ensure conformance with the hospital-wide strategic plan

FISCAL RESPONSIBILTY

  • Prepare and approve annual operating and capital budget requests
  • Monitor operating expenses monthly to ensure conformance with budgetary requirements
  • Master’s Degree or higher in a Healthcare-related field, such as Nursing, Psychology, Social Work, Public Health, or Public Administration
  • Five years of successful administrative experience directing a mental health facility or service system
  • A licensed clinician is preferred but not mandatory
  • Experience with government funded services budgets and usual and customary costs in a restricted fiscal environment is helpful

CLICK HERE TO APPLY



UMBC CHiRP Clinical Coordinator 
Location: University of Maryland Baltimore County - Baltimore, MD

The CHiRP program in the Maryland Early Intervention Program’s Strive for Wellness Clinic is a SAMHSA funded research clinic for youth at clinical high-risk for psychosis, recently developed in collaboration with University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), University of Maryland Baltimore (UMB), and the Maryland Early Intervention Program (MEIP). The Clinical Coordinator position is a full-time position responsible for service provision, supervision, and coordination in the UMBC CHiRP clinic, including providing individual and/or group therapy, supervision to trainees, assistance in referral coordination and management, and clinical care coordination with internal and external care providers.

Specific duties include:

  • supervise research assistants/coordinators
  • coordinate administrative tasks
  • manage logistical aspects of the CHiRP clinic
  • outreach, including community outreach and education efforts
  • coordinate all collaborative efforts between UMB, UMBC, and other partners involved in the development and running of the CHiRP clinic
  • perform other duties as assigned
  • Masters level degree in mental health field (e.g. LCSW, LCPC, NP, Psychologist) with at least two years’ experience in service provision.
  • Must be a licensed or licensed eligible mental health professional

Contact Pamela Rakhshan - rakhshp1@umbc.edu
443-776-8178



Family Services Inc./ OnTrack Maryland 
Recovery Coach/ Therapist - Gaithersburg, MD


OnTrack Maryland is a Coordinated Specialty Care program and EBP for Early Intervention Psychosis. This role is on a CSC team delivering cutting-edge services. Summary of Responsibilities: The Recovery Coach provides psychotherapy that is based on cognitive and behavioral treatment principles and emphasizes resilience training, illness and wellness management, and general coping skills and family psychoeducation about psychosis and its treatment.

Responsibilities:

  • Works with clients one-on-one and in groups.
  • Depending on client needs, meets weekly to several time a week with clients. • Determines duration and frequency of sessions based on the individual needs of each client by completing and updated client centered treatment plans.
  • Provides education about psychosis and its treatment to relatives or other individuals to strengthen their capacity to aide in the client’s recovery.
  • Provides family therapy on an individual basis or through multi-family workshops and support groups.
  • Uses Motivational Interviewing, CBT, DBT and insight oriented therapy to help client’s reach their recovery goals.
  • Works with clients to refine problem solving skills, improve ADL’s and overall functioning.
  • May also provide outreach services in the community to current clients and to identify potential clients.
  • Using a framework that is empowering and cultivates a recovery oriented atmosphere a Recovery Coach is able to use structured behavioral interventions aimed at learning new skills and supporting behavior change such as:
    • Social skills training
    • Substance abuse treatment
    • Behavioral activation
    • Coping skills training
    • Psychoeducation
  • Able to work effectively and communicate on a Multidisciplinary treatment team. • Respond to client crisis situations via ‘on-call’ protocol.
  • Organize and complete required protocol documentation such as client assessments. 

Katie Moss,LCSW-C
301-840-3216



Evidence-Based Supported Employment Program Manager
Location: Columbia, MD –Woodside

Humanim has an exciting job opening for the Evidence-Based Supported Employment Program Manager, Howard County! This position is responsible for operational oversight of the Evidence- Based Supported Employment Program, which assists individuals with severe and persistent mental illnesses with obtaining competitive employment in their community. The position will: 1. Provide oversight to the program staff including the quality of job development and job support services, 2. Build and maintain partnerships with relevant stakeholders including the Department of Rehabilitation Services, Howard County Workforce Development, Howard County Mental Health Agency, employers, clients and mental health providers and, 3. Manage program processes and resources to meet department and agency goals, 4. Ensure on going compliance with the fidelity of the IPS evidence-based practice, CARF accreditation standards, and COMAR. Candidate must have experience in program development and strategy planning and must be able to build trusting relationships, think critically, problem solve, manage multiple responsibilities and work autonomously.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s preferred, in psychology, social work, nonprofit or business administration, or related field required. Current Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner, or Graduate Level Clinical license is a plus. 3 years of relevant professional experience. 3 years of supervisory and management experience preferred (2 year required). Candidate should have experience in behavioral health and psychiatric rehabilitation. As well as be knowledgably of the concepts of recovery and person-centered/strength-based approaches to developing professional partnerships with individuals served. Additional experience in workforce development and/or vocational rehabilitation is a must. This includes knowledge of Individual Placement and Support (IPS) model of supported employment, its implementation, and fidelity requirements. Demonstrate the ability to assess client’s strengths and needs. Knowledge of pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations. Knowledgeable of the WIOA and the Public Mental Health System in Maryland. Must have a valid Maryland driver’s license and use of a personal vehicle.

If you are ready for a challenging yet rewarding career opportunity that offers an exceptional, comprehensive benefits package and you meet the requirements for this position, please apply online.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veteran.
Please Apply Online: http://humanim.org/careers/



Crisis Counselor
Location: Cornerstone Montgomery, Rockville, Maryland

Candidates are encouraged to apply through our company website: www.cornerstonemontgomery.org.

Qualifications:    Bachelor’s degree in the Behavioral Sciences preferred. Equivalent combination of education and relevant work experience can be substituted. Possession of a valid driver’s license with less than three points on Maryland (or the equivalent for another State) driving record required. Must have access to a personal vehicle and be willing to use it for work purposes. May be required to transport clients in personal vehicle.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide client centered services to clients with mental illness or co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders within the Alternative to Hospitalization Program

  • Introductory knowledge of public social services programs and policies; how to develop, initiate and follow through with a plan of service; current health, social services and mental hygiene resources and how to appropriately link people to them

  • Applies motivational interviewing skills to client interactions

  • Conduct formal and informal therapeutic groups as a part of client treatment

  • Conduct individual counseling that is based on the clinical model and that adheres to program standards

  • Maintains up-to-date knowledge and compliance with HIPAA regulations and client’s privacy rights.

  • Ability to use internal software and reporting protocols to successfully enter progress notes and treatment plans.

  • Conduct assessments of clients’ mental status

  • Work with clients, clients’ family and providers in writing admission and discharge plans. Work with clients on the implementation of the plan, keep supervisor updated on the status through written reports, conversations and staff meetings

  • Oversee the administration of prescribed medications

  • Intervene with clients in a crisis situation

  • Set limits, de-escalate the situation, make recommendations to supervisor on follow-up action and the need for medical intervention

  • Identifying and resolving facilities issues through regular agency procedures

  • Accountable for maintaining a safe environment for clients and staff

  • Provides life skills training, behavior management and crisis intervention

  • Supports clients in taking prescribed medication, including monitoring medications when needed

  • Familiarizes him/herself with all emergency procedures and the information contained in all manuals.  

  • Conducts person centered treatment planning and crisis intervention

  • Maintains up-to-date knowledge and compliance with HIPAA regulations and client’s privacy rights

  • Ability to use internal software and reporting protocols to successfully enter progress notes and treatment plans

  • Performs other duties as assigned

Competencies:

Problem Solving:

  • Carefully analyzes problems and uses sound judgment to make good decisions and apply solutions to a variety of changing situations

  • Proactively coordinates with co-workers, supervisor and treatment team members to address problems and discuss solutions

  • Ability to assess a variety of situations and respond quickly and appropriately

Professionalism:

  • Handles routine and non-routine problems with skill, diplomacy, sound judgment and timeliness

  • Contributes to maintaining an atmosphere of mutual trust and collaboration by utilizing appropriate communication methods

  • Stays up to date with training and professional development in order to apply best practices to meet client needs

Organization:

  • Possesses strong time management skills and prioritizes tasks and projects

  • Plans, coordinates and documents all client services

  • Completes electronic health records in a timely manner and meets billing expectations.


Supported Employment Specialist (SES)
Location: Cornerstone Montgomery, Rockville, Maryland

Candidates are encouraged to apply through our company website: www.cornerstonemontgomery.org.

Qualifications:

Education and Work Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in the Behavioral Sciences or Business preferred.

  • Relevant experience may substitute for education, but must represent a total of at least four years.

  • Minimum of one (1) year vocational rehabilitation field/industry experience with a mentally ill population preferred

  • Experience working with youth and/or adults in a supportive work setting strongly preferred.

  • Business experience – marketing, communication, sales.

  • Possession of a valid driver’s license and satisfactory driving record (as determined by HR) required. Must have access to a personal vehicle and be willing to use it for work purposes. May be required to transport clients in personal vehicle.

Position Summary:    In collaboration with Cornerstone Montgomery Inc.’s mission and strategic plan this position works directly with clients by helping individuals with serious mental illness choose, find and maintain employment.  This position also works with the business community adovcating for clients in their recovery to enhance their quality of life through employment.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Job Development:

  • Works with existing network of employers as a liaison between the client and the employer to help clients find employment

  • Identifies and contacts new employers and sells them on the benefits of the program to include describing the mission of Cornerstone Montgomery, assisting the employer in accessing hiring incentives, such as Targeted Job Tax Credit, and explaining ADA accommod

POST A JOB

Requirements:

LGPC/LGSW or LCPC/LCSW required.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES COMMITMENTS:

The responsibilities of this position must be consistently performed using the following behaviors:

1. Honor and respect the Dignity of every person.

2. Encounter each person with Compassion.

3. Act with Humility.

4. Reach out to others in a spirit of Collaboration.

5. Serve with Excellence.

6. Act with Integrity in everything you do.

Catholic Charities of Baltimore is an equal opportunity employer.

Therapist
Location: BCARS Program

Catholic Charities of Baltimore is a family of over 2000 employees of all faiths and ethnicities who help to improve the lives of those we serve. We are the largest private provider of human services in Maryland, serving children and families, people living in poverty, individuals with intellectual disabilities, immigrants, and seniors. Here, you can build a career where you can grow professionally as well as make meaningful differences in the lives of others.

SUMMARY:

The Baltimore City Child and Adolescent Response System (B-CARS) provides comprehensive community-based services for children in mental health crisis. B-CARS provides brief and intensive community-based services for children in psychiatric crisis to divert or shorten in-patient hospitalization and to link clients to community providers that will serve them for ongoing care.   The BCARS Therapist will participate in intake assessments to collect necessary background information, assess medical and clinical status of clients and determine appropriate diagnosis.

JOB DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Makes determinations on the nature of emotional and behavioral problems to be addressed and the level of therapy required, including consultation with psychologist/psychiatrist staff. 

• Develops treatment plans, defines treatment problems based on the intake assessment/diagnosis and prepares objectives to move the individual to a lower level of care. 

• Ensures client participation in treatment planning and, when working with children, encourages family/guardian participation. 

• Conducts therapy sessions to identify and discuss problems, identify solutions, work with clients to implement solutions, and model appropriate behaviors. 

• Provides crisis management services and referrals to external resources where needed.  

• Maintains client documentation, consults with families, treatment teams, psychologists, psychiatrists and other treatment providers to coordinate care and services.  

• Gives testimony in court when required. 

• The BCARS Therapist will participate in a rotating on-call system.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS / REQUIREMENTS:

Therapist I: MSW with LGSW (licensed graduate social worker) or MA/MS in Psychology or related field with CPC (certified professional counselor). Some experience working with the targeted program population preferred.

Therapist II: LCSW-C (licensed certified social worker-clinical) or LCPC (licensed certified professional counselor) and two years post-graduate experience working with the targeted program population.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES COMMITMENTS:

The responsibilities of this position must be consistently performed using the following behaviors:

1. Honor and respect the Dignity of every person.

2. Encounter each person with Compassion.

3. Act with Humility.

4. Reach out to others in a spirit of Collaboration.

5. Serve with Excellence.

6. Act with Integrity in everything you do.

Catholic Charities of Baltimore is an equal opportunity employer.


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