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Sales Specialist

Overview

This position has responsibility for expanding and penetrating educational and corporate markets for TEL curriculum and programs throughout a specified region in the U.S. Additionally, this position will engage in developing strategies, new initiatives and sales goals in conjunction with the Director of Sales. The Sales Specialist will also be responsible for establishing strong relational foundations for long-term customer success. The Sales Specialist reports directly to the Director of Sales.

Job Brief

We are looking for a sales representative to contribute to our company’s sales objectives. Your responsibilities include direct B2B sales and building long-term client relationships.

Qualified applicants reside in the North Central (Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, and Michigan) or South Central (Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas) regions of the United States.

As a Sales Specialist, you should use your creativity and knowledge of sales processes to provide innovative ideas for business growth. Strong communication skills are essential for this position.

Responsibilities

  • Develop and implement effective sales strategies
  • Present, promote and sell products/services using solid arguments to existing and prospective customers
  • Collaborate with the executive team to develop sales goals and targets within business channels
  • Establish productive and professional relationships with clients
  • Negotiate and close agreements with customers
  • Perform research and identify new potential customers and new market opportunities
  • Stay up-to-date with new curriculum and programs

Requirements

  • A love of sales
  • Lives in a state in either the North Central or South Central regions
  • Proven sales and academic experience (preferred)
  • Proven track record developing and closing institutional/enterprise sales opportunities
  • Experience in K12 or HigherEd markets with understanding of educational processes and decision making
  • Knowledge of CRM software, Microsoft Office Suite and Google products
  • Solid customer service attitude with excellent negotiation skills
  • Strong communication, selling, and negotiation skills
  • Analytical skills with a problem-solving attitude
  • Availability to travel as needed

Compensation/Benefits

  • Competitive base salary
  • Aggressive bonus structure
  • Benefits include medical insurance and 15 days paid-time-off 
  • Flexible working environment
  • Car allowance

World Civilizations I - Lesson Author

Description and Responsibilities

TEL Library is looking for a creative person to write lessons and possibly assessments for our World Civilizations I course. We need someone that can break down complex concepts into written instructions by using easy to understand language and explanations, analogies, metaphors, examples, and scenarios. This is a virtual/flexible working position and we train you to write the lessons and assessments according to our template and style. We pay anywhere from $50-$150 per lesson/assessment depending on the commitment/course difficulty/task difficulty. Great for current teachers and/or graduate students looking to earn some extra money. We are very supportive of ambitious educators!

Some of our courses have up to 60 lessons that need to be written. A CV or Resume and a writing sample of an explanation of a concept are required. Must be located in the United States. Unfortunately, at this time we do not have the capacity to hire internationally.

Required Documents

  • CV or Resume
  • Writing Sample – 300 – 500 words and over a topic in World Civilizations I.

Job Location

  • Remote/Virtual

Job Type

  • Contract

Applicant Qualifications

  • 1+ years of teaching experience (preferred)
  • Masters degree in History (required)
  • Speaks English (required)
  • Authorized to work in the U.S. (required)

U.S. Government Course - Adjunct

**Please read before applying for this position** – This particular adjunct position will be serving a faith-based university. This means that those who apply will be required to sign an additional “Statement of Faith” before being hired for the position. If you would like to view the statement before applying, please email hiring@tellibrary.org. If you are unwilling or do not feel comfortable signing this statement, please do not apply. We will be unable to hire those who do not sign this statement. 

Description and Functional Responsibilities

The adjunct at TEL serves two purposes, one administrative and the other pedagogical. From an administrative perspective, the adjunct provides the Curriculum Vitae and professional experience required to meet the qualifications established by accrediting bodies. In this role, the adjunct is the official course “Instructor of Record” for TEL Library’s institutional partners looking to “outsource” general education instruction to TEL Library.

In terms of pedagogy, the adjunct functions as the face and public “personal connection” that students have with each course. The adjunct is the face and voice that participants hear at the beginning of the course, through personalized weekly emails, and via personal explanations (using their own unique examples) of important/difficult course concepts. In all of these communications, the adjunct is also a primary source of content relevance for course participants.

List of Adjunct Activities

  • Create a personal video introduction to the course topic (2-4 min)
  • Create a personal “course expectations” video (3-5 min)
  • Create 4 key concept explanations (2.5-4 min)
  • Spot checking Instructional Support with grading/feedback
  • On-demand support or course consulting up to 10 hours per year, this may also include a review of course materials, minor revisions or editing to improve course materials, and grading during peak assignment times, meetings with the learning experience team to identify issues. Additional tasks may be required as this process is further refined.

Compensation for this position is at $2000 for  January 2020 – June 2020 contract.

We are working on refining and developing this model of instruction, the position would be a collaborative effort to create workflow, processes, and job descriptions for future adjuncts. If any additional work needed in the year exceeds the 10 hours in the description we can do an addendum to the contract to make sure you are appropriately compensated at $15/hr.

Requirements for Hiring

  1. Masters Degree in History or Political Science
  2. A minimum of two years experience as an instructor or teacher
  3. A minimum of one-year experience teaching digitally-supported or fully online courses
  4. Speaks English (required)
  5. Authorized to work in the U.S. (required)

Required Documents

  • CV or Resume
  • A Short Self-Introduction Video
  • Transcripts
  • Signed Statement-of-Faith

Job Location

  • Remote/Virtual

Job Type

  • Contract

Introduction to Biology - Adjunct

**Please read before applying for this position** – This particular adjunct position will be serving a faith-based university. This means that those who apply will be required to sign an additional “Statement of Faith” before being hired for the position. If you would like to view the statement before applying, please email hiring@tellibrary.org. If you are unwilling or do not feel comfortable signing this statement, please do not apply. We will be unable to hire those who do not sign this statement. 

Description and Functional Responsibilities

The adjunct at TEL serves two purposes, one administrative and the other pedagogical. From an administrative perspective, the adjunct provides the Curriculum Vitae and professional experience required to meet the qualifications established by accrediting bodies. In this role, the adjunct is the official course “Instructor of Record” for TEL Library’s institutional partners looking to “outsource” general education instruction to TEL Library.

In terms of pedagogy, the adjunct functions as the face and public “personal connection” that students have with each course. The adjunct is the face and voice that participants hear at the beginning of the course, through personalized weekly emails, and via personal explanations (using their own unique examples) of important/difficult course concepts. In all of these communications, the adjunct is also a primary source of content relevance for course participants.

List of Adjunct Activities

  • Create a personal video introduction to the course topic (2-4 min)
  • Create a personal “course expectations” video (3-5 min)
  • Create 4 key concept explanations (2.5-4 min)
  • Spot checking Instructional Support with grading/feedback
  • On-demand support or course consulting up to 10 hours per year, this may also include a review of course materials, minor revisions or editing to improve course materials, and grading during peak assignment times, meetings with the learning experience team to identify issues. Additional tasks may be required as this process is further refined.

Compensation for this position is at $2000 for  January 2020 – June 2020 contract.

We are working on refining and developing this model of instruction, the position would be a collaborative effort to create workflow, processes, and job descriptions for future adjuncts. If any additional work needed in the year exceeds the 10 hours in the description we can do an addendum to the contract to make sure you are appropriately compensated at $15/hr.

Requirements for Hiring

  1. Masters Degree in Biology
  2. A minimum of two years experience as an instructor or teacher
  3. A minimum of one-year experience teaching digitally-supported or fully online courses
  4. Speaks English (required)
  5. Authorized to work in the U.S. (required)

Required Documents

  • CV or Resume
  • A Short Self-Introduction Video
  • Transcripts
  • Signed Statement-of-Faith

Job Location

  • Remote/Virtual

Job Type

  • Contract

Introduction to Psychology - Adjunct

**Please read before applying for this position** – This particular adjunct position will be serving a faith-based university. This means that those who apply will be required to sign an additional “Statement of Faith” before being hired for the position. If you would like to view the statement before applying, please email hiring@tellibrary.org. If you are unwilling or do not feel comfortable signing this statement, please do not apply. We will be unable to hire those who do not sign this statement. 

Description and Functional Responsibilities

The adjunct at TEL serves two purposes, one administrative and the other pedagogical. From an administrative perspective, the adjunct provides the Curriculum Vitae and professional experience required to meet the qualifications established by accrediting bodies. In this role, the adjunct is the official course “Instructor of Record” for TEL Library’s institutional partners looking to “outsource” general education instruction to TEL Library.

In terms of pedagogy, the adjunct functions as the face and public “personal connection” that students have with each course. The adjunct is the face and voice that participants hear at the beginning of the course, through personalized weekly emails, and via personal explanations (using their own unique examples) of important/difficult course concepts. In all of these communications, the adjunct is also a primary source of content relevance for course participants.

List of Adjunct Activities

  • Create a personal video introduction to the course topic (2-4 min)
  • Create a personal “course expectations” video (3-5 min)
  • Create 4 key concept explanations (2.5-4 min)
  • Spot checking Instructional Support with grading/feedback
  • On-demand support or course consulting up to 10 hours per year, this may also include a review of course materials, minor revisions or editing to improve course materials, and grading during peak assignment times, meetings with the learning experience team to identify issues. Additional tasks may be required as this process is further refined.

Compensation for this position is at $2000 for  January 2020 – June 2020 contract.

We are working on refining and developing this model of instruction, the position would be a collaborative effort to create workflow, processes, and job descriptions for future adjuncts. If any additional work needed in the year exceeds the 10 hours in the description we can do an addendum to the contract to make sure you are appropriately compensated at $15/hr.

Requirements for Hiring

  1. Masters Degree in Psychology
  2. A minimum of two years experience as an instructor or teacher
  3. A minimum of one-year experience teaching digitally-supported or fully online courses
  4. Speaks English (required)
  5. Authorized to work in the U.S. (required)

Required Documents

  • CV or Resume
  • A Short Self-Introduction Video
  • Transcripts
  • Signed Statement-of-Faith

Job Location

  • Remote/Virtual

Job Type

  • Contract

Mathematics for Non-Majors - Adjunct

**Please read before applying for this position** – This particular adjunct position will be serving a faith-based university. This means that those who apply will be required to sign an additional “Statement of Faith” before being hired for the position. If you would like to view the statement before applying, please email hiring@tellibrary.org. If you are unwilling or do not feel comfortable signing this statement, please do not apply. We will be unable to hire those who do not sign this statement. 

Description and Functional Responsibilities

The adjunct at TEL serves two purposes, one administrative and the other pedagogical. From an administrative perspective, the adjunct provides the Curriculum Vitae and professional experience required to meet the qualifications established by accrediting bodies. In this role, the adjunct is the official course “Instructor of Record” for TEL Library’s institutional partners looking to “outsource” general education instruction to TEL Library.

In terms of pedagogy, the adjunct functions as the face and public “personal connection” that students have with each course. The adjunct is the face and voice that participants hear at the beginning of the course, through personalized weekly emails, and via personal explanations (using their own unique examples) of important/difficult course concepts. In all of these communications, the adjunct is also a primary source of content relevance for course participants.

List of Adjunct Activities

  • Create a personal video introduction to the course topic (2-4 min)
  • Create a personal “course expectations” video (3-5 min)
  • Create 4 key concept explanations (2.5-4 min)
  • Spot checking Instructional Support with grading/feedback
  • On-demand support or course consulting up to 10 hours per year, this may also include a review of course materials, minor revisions or editing to improve course materials, and grading during peak assignment times, meetings with the learning experience team to identify issues. Additional tasks may be required as this process is further refined.

Compensation for this position is at $2000 for  January 2020 – June 2020 contract.

We are working on refining and developing this model of instruction, the position would be a collaborative effort to create workflow, processes, and job descriptions for future adjuncts. If any additional work needed in the year exceeds the 10 hours in the description we can do an addendum to the contract to make sure you are appropriately compensated at $15/hr.

Requirements for Hiring

  1. Masters Degree in Mathematics
  2. A minimum of two years experience as an instructor or teacher
  3. A minimum of one-year experience teaching digitally-supported or fully online courses
  4. Speaks English (required)
  5. Authorized to work in the U.S. (required)

Required Documents

  • CV or Resume
  • A Short Self-Introduction Video
  • Transcripts
  • Signed Statement-of-Faith

Job Location

  • Remote/Virtual

Job Type

  • Contract

Language and Composition - Adjunct

**Please read before applying for this position** – This particular adjunct position will be serving a faith-based university. This means that those who apply will be required to sign an additional “Statement of Faith” before being hired for the position. If you would like to view the statement before applying, please email hiring@tellibrary.org. If you are unwilling or do not feel comfortable signing this statement, please do not apply. We will be unable to hire those who do not sign this statement. 

Description and Functional Responsibilities

The adjunct at TEL serves two purposes, one administrative and the other pedagogical. From an administrative perspective, the adjunct provides the Curriculum Vitae and professional experience required to meet the qualifications established by accrediting bodies. In this role, the adjunct is the official course “Instructor of Record” for TEL Library’s institutional partners looking to “outsource” general education instruction to TEL Library.

In terms of pedagogy, the adjunct functions as the face and public “personal connection” that students have with each course. The adjunct is the face and voice that participants hear at the beginning of the course, through personalized weekly emails, and via personal explanations (using their own unique examples) of important/difficult course concepts. In all of these communications, the adjunct is also a primary source of content relevance for course participants.

List of Adjunct Activities

  • Create a personal video introduction to the course topic (2-4 min)
  • Create a personal “course expectations” video (3-5 min)
  • Create 4 key concept explanations (2.5-4 min)
  • Spot checking Instructional Support with grading/feedback
  • On-demand support or course consulting up to 10 hours per year, this may also include a review of course materials, minor revisions or editing to improve course materials, and grading during peak assignment times, meetings with the learning experience team to identify issues. Additional tasks may be required as this process is further refined.

Compensation for this position is at $2000 for  January 2020 – June 2020 contract.

We are working on refining and developing this model of instruction, the position would be a collaborative effort to create workflow, processes, and job descriptions for future adjuncts. If any additional work needed in the year exceeds the 10 hours in the description we can do an addendum to the contract to make sure you are appropriately compensated at $15/hr.

Requirements for Hiring

  1. Masters Degree in English
  2. A minimum of two years experience as an instructor or teacher
  3. A minimum of one-year experience teaching digitally-supported or fully online courses
  4. Speaks English (required)
  5. Authorized to work in the U.S. (required)

Required Documents

  • CV or Resume
  • A Short Self-Introduction Video
  • Transcripts
  • Signed Statement-of-Faith

Job Location

  • Remote/Virtual

Job Type

  • Contract

Introduction to Information Technology - Adjunct

**Please read before applying for this position** – This particular adjunct position will be serving a faith-based university. This means that those who apply will be required to sign an additional “Statement of Faith” before being hired for the position. If you would like to view the statement before applying, please email hiring@tellibrary.org. If you are unwilling or do not feel comfortable signing this statement, please do not apply. We will be unable to hire those who do not sign this statement. 

Description and Functional Responsibilities

The adjunct at TEL serves two purposes, one administrative and the other pedagogical. From an administrative perspective, the adjunct provides the Curriculum Vitae and professional experience required to meet the qualifications established by accrediting bodies. In this role, the adjunct is the official course “Instructor of Record” for TEL Library’s institutional partners looking to “outsource” general education instruction to TEL Library.

In terms of pedagogy, the adjunct functions as the face and public “personal connection” that students have with each course. The adjunct is the face and voice that participants hear at the beginning of the course, through personalized weekly emails, and via personal explanations (using their own unique examples) of important/difficult course concepts. In all of these communications, the adjunct is also a primary source of content relevance for course participants.

List of Adjunct Activities

  • Create a personal video introduction to the course topic (2-4 min)
  • Create a personal “course expectations” video (3-5 min)
  • Create 4 key concept explanations (2.5-4 min)
  • Spot checking Instructional Support with grading/feedback
  • On-demand support or course consulting up to 10 hours per year, this may also include a review of course materials, minor revisions or editing to improve course materials, and grading during peak assignment times, meetings with the learning experience team to identify issues. Additional tasks may be required as this process is further refined.

Compensation for this position is at $2000 for  January 2020 – June 2020 contract.

We are working on refining and developing this model of instruction, the position would be a collaborative effort to create workflow, processes, and job descriptions for future adjuncts. If any additional work needed in the year exceeds the 10 hours in the description we can do an addendum to the contract to make sure you are appropriately compensated at $15/hr.

Requirements for Hiring

  1. Masters Degree in Information Technology/Computer Sciences
  2. A minimum of two years experience as an instructor or teacher
  3. A minimum of one-year experience teaching digitally-supported or fully online courses
  4. Speaks English (required)
  5. Authorized to work in the U.S. (required)

Required Documents

  • CV or Resume
  • A Short Self-Introduction Video
  • Transcripts
  • Signed Statement-of-Faith

Job Location

  • Remote/Virtual

Job Type

  • Contract

Spanish I - Lesson Author

Description and Responsibilities

TEL Library is looking for a creative person to write lessons and possibly assessments for our Spanish I course. A masters degree is preferred. We need someone that can break down complex concepts into written instructions by using easy to understand language and explanations, analogies, metaphors, examples, and scenarios. This is a virtual/flexible working position and we train you to write the lessons and assessments according to our template and style. We pay anywhere from $50-$150 per lesson/assessment depending on the commitment/course difficulty/task difficulty. Great for current teachers and/or graduate students looking to earn some extra money. We are very supportive of ambitious educators and instructional designers!

Required Documents

  • CV or Resume
  • Writing Sample – 300 – 500 words and over a topic in Spanish

Job Location

  • Remote/Virtual

Job Type

  • Contract

Applicant Qualifications

  • 1+ years of teaching experience (preferred)
  • Masters degree (preferred)
  • Speaks English (required)
  • Speaks Intermediate – Fluent Spanish (required)
  • Authorized to work in the U.S. (required)

Introduction to Sociology - Lesson Author

Description and Responsibilities

TEL Library is looking for a creative person to write lessons and possibly assessments for our Introduction to Sociology course. We need someone that can break down complex concepts into written instructions by using easy to understand language and explanations, analogies, metaphors, examples, and scenarios. This is a virtual/flexible working position and we train you to write the lessons and assessments according to our template and style. We pay anywhere from $50-$150 per lesson/assessment depending on the commitment/course difficulty/task difficulty. Great for current teachers and/or graduate students looking to earn some extra money. We are very supportive of ambitious educators and instructional designers!

Some of our courses have up to 60 lessons that need to be written. A CV or Resume and a writing sample of an explanation of a concept are required. Must be located in the United States. Unfortunately, at this time we do not have the capacity to hire internationally.

Required Documents

  • CV or Resume
  • Writing Sample – 300 – 500 words and over a topic in Introduction to Sociology.

Job Location

  • Remote/Virtual

Job Type

  • Contract

Applicant Qualifications

  • 1+ years of teaching experience (preferred)
  • Masters degree in Sociology (preferred)
  • Speaks English (required)
  • Authorized to work in the U.S. (required)

Language and Composition - Instructional Staff

Description and Responsibilities

TEL is looking for a domain specialist (Instructional Staff) to evaluate, assign a grade, and provide feedback for rubric-based, complex written assignments in our online courses. Instructional Staff must have a minimum of 12 college credit hours in a subject to qualify as a domain specialist. We provide rubrics and training on how to give feedback as well as templates of common feedback items. Assignments should take no longer than 10 – 20 minutes to grade. You will report to our Instructional Specialist and have an overseeing Instructor-of-Record to check your subject expertise and help provide you with professional development. Work is paid per item graded. We need Instructional Staff in the following areas:

Language and Composition ($3 per written assignment)

An ideal candidate is someone working towards becoming an educator in their bachelor’s program or beyond. We strive to support future educators as well as anyone pursuing higher education in their field. At this time we are unable to hire internationally – we are only able to hire within the United States.

Required Documents

  • CV or Resume
  • Transcripts

Job Location

  • Remote/Virtual

Job Type

  • Contract

Applicant Qualifications

  • 1+ years of teaching experience (preferred)
  • Bachelors degree in English (required)
  • Speaks English (required)
  • Authorized to work in the U.S. (required)

Introduction to Communication - Instructional Staff

Description and Responsibilities

TEL is looking for a domain specialist (Instructional Staff) to evaluate, assign a grade, and provide feedback for rubric-based, complex written assignments in our online courses. Instructional Staff must have a minimum of 12 college credit hours in a subject to qualify as a domain specialist. We provide rubrics and training on how to give feedback as well as templates of common feedback items. Assignments should take no longer than 10 – 20 minutes to grade. You will report to our Instructional Specialist and have an overseeing Instructor-of-Record to check your subject expertise and help provide you with professional development. Work is paid per item graded. We need Instructional Staff in the following areas:

Introduction to Communication ($3 per written Assignment)

An ideal candidate is someone working towards becoming an educator in their bachelor’s program or beyond. We strive to support future educators as well as anyone pursuing higher education in their field. At this time we are unable to hire internationally – we are only able to hire within the United States.

Required Documents

  • CV or Resume
  • Transcripts

Job Location

  • Remote/Virtual

Job Type

  • Contract

Applicant Qualifications

  • 1+ years of teaching experience (preferred)
  • Bachelors degree in Communication (required)
  • Speaks English (required)
  • Authorized to work in the U.S. (required)

Physical Sciences - Instructional Staff

Description and Responsibilities

TEL is looking for a domain specialist (Instructional Staff) to evaluate, assign a grade, and provide feedback for rubric-based, complex written assignments in our online courses. Instructional Staff must have a minimum of 12 college credit hours in a subject to qualify as a domain specialist. We provide rubrics and training on how to give feedback as well as templates of common feedback items. Assignments should take no longer than 10 – 20 minutes to grade. You will report to our Instructional Specialist and have an overseeing Instructor-of-Record to check your subject expertise and help provide you with professional development. Work is paid per item graded. We need Instructional Staff in the following areas:

Physical Sciences ($3 per written assignment)

An ideal candidate is someone working towards becoming an educator in their bachelor’s program or beyond. We strive to support future educators as well as anyone pursuing higher education in their field. At this time we are unable to hire internationally – we are only able to hire within the United States.

Required Documents

  • CV or Resume
  • Transcripts

Job Location

  • Remote/Virtual

Job Type

  • Contract

Applicant Qualifications

  • 1+ years of teaching experience (preferred)
  • Bachelors degree in Physics or Physical Sciences (required)
  • Speaks English (required)
  • Authorized to work in the U.S. (required)

Introduction to Biology - Instructional Staff

Description and Responsibilities

TEL is looking for a domain specialist (Instructional Staff) to evaluate, assign a grade, and provide feedback for rubric-based, complex written assignments in our online courses. Instructional Staff must have a minimum of 12 college credit hours in a subject to qualify as a domain specialist. We provide rubrics and training on how to give feedback as well as templates of common feedback items. Assignments should take no longer than 10 – 20 minutes to grade. You will report to our Instructional Specialist and have an overseeing Instructor-of-Record to check your subject expertise and help provide you with professional development. Work is paid per item graded. We need Instructional Staff in the following areas:

Introduction to Biology ($3 per written assignment)

An ideal candidate is someone working towards becoming an educator in their bachelor’s program or beyond. We strive to support future educators as well as anyone pursuing higher education in their field. At this time we are unable to hire internationally – we are only able to hire within the United States.

Required Documents

  • CV or Resume
  • Transcripts

Job Location

  • Remote/Virtual

Job Type

  • Contract

Applicant Qualifications

  • 1+ years of teaching experience (preferred)
  • Bachelors degree in Biology (required)
  • Speaks English (required)
  • Authorized to work in the U.S. (required)

Introduction to Information Technology - Instructional Staff

Description and Responsibilities

TEL is looking for a domain specialist (Instructional Staff) to evaluate, assign a grade, and provide feedback for rubric-based, complex written assignments in our online courses. Instructional Staff must have a minimum of 12 college credit hours in a subject to qualify as a domain specialist. We provide rubrics and training on how to give feedback as well as templates of common feedback items. Assignments should take no longer than 10 – 20 minutes to grade. You will report to our Instructional Specialist and have an overseeing Instructor-of-Record to check your subject expertise and help provide you with professional development. Work is paid per item graded. We need Instructional Staff in the following areas:

Introduction to Information Technology ($3 per written assignment)

Introduction to Information Technology Experiential Learning ($5 per written assignment)

An ideal candidate is someone working towards becoming an educator in their bachelor’s program or beyond. We strive to support future educators as well as anyone pursuing higher education in their field. At this time we are unable to hire internationally – we are only able to hire within the United States.

Required Documents

  • CV or Resume
  • Transcripts

Job Location

  • Remote/Virtual

Job Type

  • Contract

Applicant Qualifications

  • 1+ years of teaching experience (preferred)
  • Bachelors degree in Computer Sciences (required)
  • Speaks English (required)
  • Authorized to work in the U.S. (required)

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