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Marketing & Communications Specialist (1013736) - Coordinated Care, Tacoma, WA

Position Purpose: Assist in the planning, implementation and evaluation of the state-wide marketing & communication program while promoting a favorable public image of the company and each of its product lines.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES:

  • Assist in the design, review and revision of all health-related materials distributed to members while ensuring appropriateness of content, readability and translations
  • Assist in the development, promotion and implementation of statewide initiatives including outreach events, healthcare education, and incentive programs
  • Order and track promotional items for all products and all service areas while ensuring budget compliance and reporting financial impact
  • Ensure the completion of monthly outreach calendars by regional outreach staff for all service areas
  • Serve as a contact for community agencies, businesses, fundraisers, community events etc.
  • Research data, construct ideas, lay out artwork, and/or represent employer directly before the public
  • Prepare news releases, fact sheets and compose letters as needed

Education/Experience: Bachelors Degree in Public Relations, Marketing, Communications, related field or equivalent experience. 2+ years of marketing or communications experience. Knowledge of various writing techniques including newsletter, press releases and promotional copy. Prior copywriting experience on the Internet preferred. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted June 22, 2015

 

Epidemiologist 1 (HAI Epidemiologist) - OHA/PHD, Portland

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of permanent, full-time Epidemiologist 1 (HAI Epidemiologist) located in Portland.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES: 

  • Assists with design of protocols for implementing surveillance projects (e.g. candidemia, multidrug-resistant organisms) in Oregon hospitals. Assists with conduct of special studies to evaluate prevalence of Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs) in Oregon. Assists with evaluation of current surveillance methods for HAI using the National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN). Conducts audits of NHSN data using laboratory records and medical records in hospitals to enhance case finding and improve reporting.
  • Investigates outbreaks of HAIs using case-control or cohort study methodologies.
  • Reviews Oregon’s NHSN surveillance data for HAIs, tracks trends, and responds to increases in disease incidence at specific hospitals. Develops and maintains study database for evaluation of HAI surveillance using NHSN at Oregon hospitals, monitors study progress.
  • Analyze data periodically to answer study questions, displays data in graphs and tables, summarizes data and writes reports for ACDP and CDC and manuscripts for publication.
  • Uses findings from surveillance evaluation activities to make recommendations for improvements. Develops new policies for conducting surveillance for HAIs and assists with training programs for hospital staff involved with HAI surveillance.
  • Provides information about communicable diseases and conditions to the inquiring general public. Assists with response to outbreaks of communicable diseases. Acts approximately twice monthly as ACDP on-call epidemiologist, responding to questions and reports from local health department staff and private clinicians/veterinarians statewide
  • Provides information and technical assistance to users of statewide shared communicable disease/HIV/STD/TB/animal bites database: answers questions about use of specific database features, sets up new users, directs and responds to feature requests and problem reports.
  • Participates in committees devoted to issues of HAIs and HAI surveillance; makes formal presentations to scientific groups, health care providers, and DHS and other state agencies personnel.
  • Assists with maintenance of data and interface of statewide shared communicable disease/HIV/STD/TB/animal bites database: conducts weekly electronic laboratory reporting file imports, assists with de-duplication of person records, serves on workgroups devoted to report design, report data table, and user interface.
  • Other duties as assigned.

To view a detailed job announcement and online application instructions, click here, or go to www.oregon.gov/jobs, select “Look for Jobs” and enter Epidemiologist in the "Enter Keywords" search box at the bottom of the screen (job code number OHA15-0103A).

Posted June 18, 2015

Closing Date - June 30, 2015

 

Employee Health Nurse - Legacy Health, Gresham

Legacy Health has an exciting opportunity for an Employee Health Nurse to join our dynamic, quality-focused team. Our Employee Health department is responsible for the health and wellness of Legacy employees, volunteers, contractors and students through preventative services, health education, access to wellness resources, injuries or exposures. We serve our 17,000+ clients through coordination and implementation of system-wide programs such as the Kick the Flu Campaign, Ergonomic Program, Healthy Eating Active Living Challenge. Employee Health Nurses are located at seven of our Legacy locations and are responsible for an average of 2,000 individuals apiece. This position will be located primarily at Mt. Hood Medical Center just outside of Portland, Oregon.

This role spans a broad range of topics, to include disease post-exposure, industrial hygiene, disaster preparedness, wellness, urgent care and minor care, community outreach, clearance for duty exams, hospital epidemiology, and injury prevention projects. Our department has specific expertise in all CDC immunizations for adults and provides over 15,000 vaccinations each year.
As the point-of-contact for all employees/contractors/volunteers at the Mt. Hood site, this Employee Health Nurse will be responsible for identifying opportunities and designing outreach to our clients at that site. Daily duties will range from blood draws, immunizations, mentoring student clinicians, conducting presentations on a variety of topics, and administration of a full clinic for employees. The role requires organizational skills, and someone who works well with autonomy but who enjoys being part of a system-wide team.

To apply or learn more see Job #15-0984 at http://www.legacyhealth.org/for-health-professionals/careers/find-jobs-and-apply.aspx

Posted June 18, 2015

Closing Date - Open until filled.

 

Epidemiologist 1: TB Epidemiologist - OHA/PHD, Portland

Microbiologist 2 & 3: Newborn Screening - OHA/PHD, Hillsboro

To view a detailed job announcement and online application instructions, use the URL links above, or go to www.oregon.gov/jobs, select “Look for Jobs” and enter the job code numbers in the search box.

Posted June 9, 2015

 

Microbiologist 2 (3 positions available) - OHA/PHD, Hillsboro

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD) is seeking qualified candidates for three Microbiologist 2 positions located in Hillsboro.

To view a detailed job announcement and online application instructions, use the URL links above, go to www.oregon.gov/jobs, select “Look for Jobs” and enter OHA15-0317, OHA15-0321 or OHA15-0322 in the "Enter Keywords" search box at the bottom of the screen.

Here's an opportunity to join a team committed to providing excellent services and to follow your interests in a large, diverse organization. Benefits include a competitive salary, health insurance, paid holidays, leave accrual and personal leave, membership in the Oregon Public Service Retirement Plan and opportunities to participate in the Oregon Savings Growth Plans. 

OHA has a commitment to diversity, multiculturalism, and community and actively engages in recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce that includes members of historically underrepresented groups. The State of Oregon is committed to affirmative action, equal employment opportunity, culturally competent services and workplace diversity.

Other duties as assigned.

Posted June 9, 2015

Closing Date - Continuous

 

CHN - Healthy Birth Initatives - Health Department, Multnomah County

This recruitment is for a 1.0 FTE CHN in the Health Birth Initiatives (HBI) Program. This position has a Knowledge, Skills and Ability requirement with an African American Community Focus (testing will be required).

Healthy Birth Initiative (HBI): The vision for HBI's work is to create an equitable system of health promotion, prevention and care that empowers people, improves quality of life, and reduces rates of negative birth outcomes for African American families. HBI's mission is to support healthy birth outcomes and reduce perinatal disparities for African American families by improving the well-being of mothers, fathers, and their children before, during and in-between pregnancies. The mission of this initiative is optimally achieved by employing culturally appropriate interventions that work across the LifeCourse and include promoting policies that positively impact family health; implementing effective, population-based public health interventions; prioritizing populations that experience the greatest disparities; and engaging in collaborative community partnerships and planning.

The HBI CHN provides services to pregnant and parenting families primarily within the African American community, including comprehensive prenatal, post partum, and child health assessments. They collect family data to assist in identifying biophyschosocial needs which impacts optimum health. Screenings are provided to identify developmental problems. Based on information collected, a plan is made with the family to improve health outcomes. The CHN advocates for the client and family to improve access to resources and health care. Interventions include screening, health teaching, care management, advocacy and counseling. The CHN also communicates and coordinates care with other agencies and providers as appropriate. Services may be provided to individuals or to groups. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted May 19, 2015

Closing Date - Open until filled

 

Communicable Disease Program Supervisor - Department of Health & Human Services, Washington County

Washington County's Department of Health and Human Services is recruiting for a Public Health Program Supervisor to oversee the work of our communicable disease prevention team. Responsibilities include employee recruitment and performance management, assessing, planning, developing, coordinating and implementing programs and services; developing and maintaining policies and procedures; monitoring of grants and contracts; prioritizing work and managing work flow; coordinating services with appropriate local, State and regional organizations; work unit budget planning and budget management, tracking, reviewing and interpreting data; and supervising and overseeing disease prevention, surveillance, investigation and response activities. The Program Supervisor participates on the Public Health leadership team, assisting with decision making, policy and procedure development, accreditation, systems review and development, quality improvement and diversity and quality initiatives.

Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be a bachelor's degree in nursing, public health, disease control, epidemiology or a related field and five (5) years of progressively responsible related experience including three (3) years of supervisor experience required. Preference given to those with a master's degree in above fields or closely related field and 5 years of experience or specific training in communicable disease control practices. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted May 18, 2015

Closing Date - Open until filled

 

Internship Opportuntiy - Northwest Center for Lifestyle and Functional Medicine, University of Western States, Portland

The mission of University of Western States (UWS) is to improve the health of individuals and society. UWS accomplishes this aim by advancing the science and art of integrated health care, by providing leadership in the education of healthcare professionals and by enhancing knowledge through research and scholarship. In 2014, UWS launched a center of excellence focused on the promotion of healthy behaviors and positive lifestyle changes to achieve optimal quality of life. The Northwest Center for Lifestyle and Functional Medicine (NWCLFM) is dedicated to enhancing the health of university and community constituents through wellness-related service, education and research. The goals of the Center include:

  1. Train healthcare professionals to deliver patient-centered care that emphasizes lifestyle enhancement and functional optimization. 
  2. Serve our community through education, outreach and effective integrated health care. 
  3. Sponsor research and scholarship activities to advance evidence-informed practices in the areas of lifestyle and functional medicine, health promotion, diet and nutrition and mind-body medicine. 
  4. Lead innovation in lifestyle and functional medicine through the creation and deployment of models, programs and initiatives to address individual health needs and to improve the health of society.

Intern Responsibilities: This internship resides within the Northwest Center for Lifestyle and Functional Medicine (NWCLFM) at the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon. The intern will work directly with Executive Director to provide support to NWCLFM programs, grants, projects and initiatives. Specific responsibilities include:

  • Assist in the design, develop, and implement campus and community initiatives and projects.
  • Assist in planning and conducting a community needs assessment to determine the health and wellness needs of southeast Portland. 
  • Assist with planning and implementation of community events, symposiums and/or conferences. 
  • Review, monitor, analyze and compile data from local, state and national data sources as it relates the NWCLFM initiatives and projects. 
  • Apply elementary statistical tests to various data. 
  • Develop and administer surveys and questionnaires; analyze and summarize results. 
  • Develop evaluation tools/instruments, protocols and strategies. 
  • Prepare written reports, narratives, statistical reports, studies, and special projects for internal and external stakeholders. 
  • Develop and create data displays including charts, graphs and other visual representations of data. 
  • Summarize data into various formats for a wide variety of audiences. 
  • Support the preparation of grant proposals including narrative components such as needs assessments, logic models, work plans, etc.
  • Attend meetings associated with NWCLFM initiatives and projects. 
  • All other duties as assigned by Executive Director.

The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted May 14, 2015

Closing Date - Open until filled

 

Research Associate - Center for Evidence and Health Policy, OHSU

The Center for Evidence-based Policy’s mission is to address policy challenges with evidence and collaboration. The Center currently works on behalf of 23 state governments across the U.S. as well as federal agencies. The Center produces research that is independent, high-quality and effective in meeting the needs of decision makers. We actively seek employees who share this commitment to evidence, innovation, tangible results and the general public-good. The Center has experienced a great deal of growth in the last few years and is looking for a professional with strong policy research experience to join our research team. Major responsibilities of this position include analysis, quality assessment and synthesis of complex research studies, independent research on policy implications of these data, and report writing and presentation and interpretation of results to state policy makers.    

Apply online at http://www.ohsujobs.com (click on “Search for Jobs”) IRC47524 with position number A64125.

Posted May 7, 2015

 

Research Associate - Center for Epidemiology & Health Policy, OHSU

The Center for Evidence-based Policy’s mission is to address policy challenges with evidence and collaboration. The Center currently works on behalf of 23 state governments across the U.S. as well as federal agencies. The Center produces research that is independent, high-quality and effective in meeting the needs of decision makers. We actively seek employees who share this commitment to evidence, innovation, tangible results and the general public-good. The Center has experienced a great deal of growth in the last few years and is looking for a researcher with strong epidemiology skills to join our research team.

Major responsibilities of this position include analysis of large public data sets, analysis, quality assessment and synthesis of complex research studies, independent research on policy implications of these data, and major report writing and presentation and interpretation of results to state policy makers. This position will play a lead role in team-based development of large reports. 

Apply online at http://www.ohsujobs.com (click on “Search for Jobs”) IRC47508 with position number A79280.

Posted May 7, 2015

 

Healthcare Integration Manager - Oregon Primary Care Association 

The Healthcare Integration Manager is an integral part of the TA & Training management team. This position is responsible for developing, implementing, supporting, informing, and coordinating programming for behavioral health integration, oral health integration, and other areas of healthcare integration in Oregon’s Community Health Centers. The Healthcare Integration Manager works closely with the OPCA Senior Director of Clinical Operations, Director of Primary Care Transformation, the Technical Assistance (TA) and Policy team, and other management and community stakeholders. S/he is an integral part of the TA & Training management team. This position is responsible for developing, implementing, supporting, informing, and coordinating programming for behavioral health integration, oral health integration, and other areas of healthcare integration in Oregon’s Community Health Centers. The Healthcare Integration Manager oversees program development, budget oversight, development and delivery of behavioral health and oral health integration training needs as well as peer network coordination of behavioral health staff across Community Health Centers in Oregon. The position is also responsible for working in tandem with the Oregon Health Authority on implementation of behavioral health integration projects as they relate to payment reform. The position is also the organizational lead on the Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) program as well as Oral Health Strategic Planning activities with support from the Training and TA Project Coordinator 2. Additionally, the Healthcare Integration Manager will work in tandem with the Director of Primary Care Transformation on work relating to the Patient-Centered Primary Care Institute programming conducted by OPCA. This position is also a key contributor to the development of content and shaping the delivery of OPCA training events and onsite training for CHC staff, board members and a variety of stakeholders. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted May 4, 2015

Closing Date - Open until filled

 

Licensed Practical Nurse (Jail) - Polk County

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Performs a variety of nursing duties related to the patient care of inmates in the custody of the Polk County Correctional facility.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES: An employee in this classification may perform any of the following duties. However, these examples do not include all the specific tasks which an employee may be expected to perform.

  • Administers immunizations for preventable communicable diseases to both adults and children.
  • Assists with annual survey of all schools to determine level of eligibility and excludes those not in compliance with the immunization law.
  • Plans and exchanges information with other community health providers and other community agencies for more effective health care. Explores, develops and uses community resources;promotes community health awareness. Maintains knowledge of resources within the health care delivery system and the social service system that can be assessed by clients on the local and state level.
  • Consults with registered nurses and other health team members and seeks guidance when needed.
  • Performs other related duties as required.

The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted May 4, 2015

Closing Date - Continuous

 

Brownfield Internship Opportunity - OHA/Public Health Division

The Brownfield Initiative at Oregon Health Authority-Public Health Division (OHA-PHD) is seeking a Masters in Regional and Urban Planning (MURP) and/or Masters of Public Health (MPH) intern. Placement would start in late Spring/early Summer 2015 (flexible). The Brownfield Initiative is situated within the Environmental Public Health Section of the Public Health Division and is part of the State of Oregon’s effort to support healthy, equitable communities through evidence-based research and collaboration. We have significant expertise in the intersection of health, community engagement, cross disciplinary partnerships, and the built environment. Our focus is on the opportunity to improve health and address health inequities through the redevelopment or reuse of brownfield properties. For more information about our work, see our website

The intern would support a critical need identified through a collective impact effort led by the OHA-PHD Brownfields Initiative. The collective impact effort includes stakeholders with an interest in brownfields from the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) and the Oregon Business Development Division (aka “Business Oregon”). The intern would be located primarily at the Portland State Office Building, 800 NE Oregon St., Portland, Oregon (Lloyd center area) – at OHA-PHD with opportunity to travel to other state agency offices as a part of the collective impact process. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted April 17, 2015

 

Public Health Data Analyst/Epidemiologist - Benton County Public Health

Serves as primary technical resource for planning, developing, collecting, managing, and analyzing population health data. This position involves collaborative work with internal and community partners to develop and update a community health assessment that identifies community health issues, needs, assets and priorities. In addition, the person in this position participates in development, implementation, and monitoring of program and organizational performance standards. The position provides episodic epidemiological investigation used in the prevention and control of communicable diseases and food borne outbreaks. Works in an innovative, high paced environment, researching and presenting data, integrating health equity approaches across BCHS and within the community, and participating in development of a regional health assessment. This position is a regular part-time (20hrs/wk) position.  In addition, funding has been approved for a limited duration of six months at 20hrs/wk. 

BENTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH: Public Health is concerned with protecting the health and well-being of everyone who lives, works or visits Benton County. We envision "engaged communities and blended services achieving better health." We focus on preventing health problems before they occur. Our programs strive to create community conditions that help reduce health disparities so all people have an equal chance for a long and healthy life. Services are open to all, regardless of age, race, ethnicity, sex, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status. All services are accessible to those with mobility challenges and language translation is available. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted April 17, 2015

Closing Date - Continuous

 

Volunteer Internship Opportunities - Oregon Health Authority

The Oregon Public Health Division periodically offers volunteer internships in public health, education, policy, communications, and related areas.

If you are interested in volunteering or obtaining an internship at the Public Health Division:

  • E-mail Tracy Candela at: tracy.candela@state.or.us with a copy of your resume and letter of interest.
  • Specify the timeframe you are available. 
  • We will contact prospective volunteers or interns as opportunities become available.

Click here for more information about volunteer internship opportunities around Oregon with OHA.

Posted March 30, 2015

Closing Date - Continuous; dependent on opportunities available

 

Community Health Nurse 1 or 2 - Lane County Health & Human Services

This position will work in the Public Health Maternal & Child Health home visiting program and provide home nursing visits to eligible pregnant women, babies and children with special health care needs. This position supports the families through providing case management, care coordination, education, and community resource connections.

The Lane County Public Health Maternal & Child Health programs function to ensure that mothers and babies are healthy in Lane County. The MCH program provides education and support for women with social or health concerns during pregnancy and after the birth of their child. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted March 6, 2015

Closing Date - Continuous

 

Deputy Medical Director - Corrections Health, Multnomah County

The Deputy Medical Director will direct, manage, organize and evaluate the activities of Corrections Health within the Health Department. This position requires the application of technical knowledge in the specialized field of Corrections Health, including utilizing medical, nursing, public health, corrections and management knowledge and skills to direct the program, thereby assuring clients receive care at the community standard.

The Deputy Medical Director must possess initiative and judgment in anticipating and determining proactive strategic directions in an evolving medical and corrections environment, while upholding fiscal and legal parameters, along with program guidelines and policies. Collaboration, coordination and maintaining excellent working relationships are required. Collaboration and coordination is crucial especially with all levels within Corrections Health, as well as other county divisions: Health Department Integrated Clinical Services, Sheriff's Office, Department of Community Justice, Attorney's Office, District Attorney's Office, county courts and other community partners. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Posted March 5, 2015

Closing Date - Open until filled

 

High Risk Populations Programs Manager - CareOregon, Portland

The High Risk Population Programs Manager will be responsible for the operationalization, day to day management, and continuous improvement of assigned High Risk Population Health initiatives within the Department of Population Health Partnerships. This position will work with Department and other CareOregon leaders in the development, management and evaluation of care enhancing cost-control programs that serve members who are chronically ill, complex and/or high needs in collaboration with delivery system partners, CCO leaders, and social service agencies.

Position requires a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Nursing, a current, unencumbered license as a Registered Nurse and at least 3 years of clinical population health program experience; or any combination of work experience, education and/or training that would likely provide the ability to effectively perform the essential functions of the position. A Master’s Degree in Public Health, Health Care Administration, or related field and leadership experience in a managed care organization preferred. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Closing Date - Open until filled

 

Behavioral Health Innovation Specialist - CareOregon, Medford

Provides leadership in technical assistance, coaching, and training to member clinics in areas related to the Behavioral Health development across multiple CareOregon regions and non-network providers. Will spend time teaching, facilitating, providing on-site support in order to improve Triple Aim outcomes in Primary Care. Requires 2yrs of behavioral health improvement, or related experience and/or education with demonstrated ability to perform the essential functions of the position. Previous coaching/practice facilitation and/or project management experience and/or a LCSW or MPH degree preferred. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Closing Date - Open until filled

 

Community Health Nurse 3 - HHS-PH, Jackson County 

Jackson County is looking for an exceptional Registered Nurse, primarily in our communicable disease and immunization program. Become part of a team that improves the health of the community by preventing illness and outbreaks.

Job Duties and Requirements: Under direction, to plan, implement and deliver community health nursing services such as assessment, care delivery and counseling; to maintain records, manage program finances, maintain supplies and perform other administrative tasks as necessary; to perform related work as required.

The Community Health Nurse II is a professional journey level class. Incumbents perform a full range of complex technical and analytical duties with only occasional instruction or assistance. Work is normally reviewed only upon completion and for overall results. The employee receives general instructions regarding the scope of and approach to projects or assignments, but procedures and techniques are left to the discretion of the employee. Employee may be expected to provide supervision to subordinate staff, volunteers, interns or other aides; however, supervisory responsibilities are ancillary to the main intent and focus of the position. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Closing Date - Continuous

 

Nurse Home Visitor (Community Health Nurse 2) - Nurse-Family Partnership Program, Douglas County Health Department

This public health nursing position works with the Public Health Division's Field Staff Unit and is assigned to a geographic location providing home visit services through the Nurse-Family Partnership program. Essential Functions: Provides home visits to women and their families eligible for the Nurse-Family Partnership {NFP} Program. Adheres to nursing process and the NFP model of home visitation. This nurse participates in Public Health program activities as a professional member of a health care team providing services to the community and performs other services as required. This position provides coverage as needed in Public Health clinics which include immunization, family planning, and outlying clinics. Requires regular and consistent attendance. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here. 

Closing Date - Continuous

 

Physician (Family Practice) - Public Health Centers, various locations

Multnomah County Health Department is recruiting Full Time, Part Time, On Call and Temporary, Board Certified/Board Eligible Family Practice Physicians. These positions are located in the various Clinics around the County. Our clinics serve a multicultural, multilingual, predominantly low income, population. About 80% of the patients are non-English speaking, primarily Russian, Asian and Hispanic. The Health Department is seeking physicians comfortable with caring for the medically indigent, enthused about cross-cultural medicine and oriented toward preventive health. Qualified candidates must be board certified or board eligible; this position is not a J-1 visa or HB-1 opportunity. The ideal Candidate will be Bilingual in Spanish, however, this is not a requirement. The complete position description, including application instructions, can be found here.

Closing Date - Continuous

 

Northwest Human Services, Marion & Polk Counties

Are you looking for an exciting and rewarding career? At Northwest Human Services, Inc, one person can make a big impact. We value customer service, teamwork, and fun. Northwest Human Services offers competitive wages and a generous benefits package that includes: Medical, Dental, Vision, Group Life: Short Term & Long Term Disability, 403(b) retirement plan, Paid Time Off plan and 7 ½ paid holidays per year. This is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Click here to see what positions are currently available.


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