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Open Field College Program Manager
 
Compensation:                 The salary range is $45,000-$50,000, commensurate with relevant experience. This is a full-time, in-person position that includes evenings and weekends. Open Field offers a competitive benefits package, including health insurance (employer paid), retirement plan, and paid time off.
 

Reports to:                         Program Director

Direct Reports:                 Head Coaches and Assistant Coaches

Organization Description

Open Field’s mission is to improve the lives and futures of youth through sport. We promote education, health, girls’ empowerment, leadership, and life skills through the global game of soccer. Our programming creates a safe space in low-resource neighborhoods where youth from diverse backgrounds come together to play and learn as equals. Open Field staff and volunteer coach-mentors invest in relationships with participants that promote positive youth development. Our Sport-Based Youth Development (SBYD) programming incorporates social and emotional skills learning through activities, discussions, and character development on and off the soccer field.

Job Description

The College Program Manager leads Open Field’s post-secondary education program providing holistic support to student athletes on competitive club soccer teams at the Community College of Allegheny County. This includes designing, planning, implementing, and evaluating the program that includes a men’s soccer team (started in 2022) and a women’s soccer team (projected to start in 2024). The goal of the College Program is to attract, retain, and support student athletes from marginalized communities in Allegheny County to obtain their associate degree and transition into the job market or continue to earn their bachelor's degree. The College Program Manager connects student athletes with resources on and off campus that support their academic pursuits, financial management (paying for college), part-time employment, internship opportunities, and other ‘life’ situations that arise. They build partnerships in the community to facilitate learning opportunities that promote social emotional learning and career readiness throughout the year. The College Program Manager serves as the managers for both teams, organizing the summer pre-season and fall competitive seasons, friendly matches and training sessions throughout the year, and team events. Beyond their direct role in leading the College Program, the College Program Manager supports the Youth Program team as a coach mentor, facilitating sport-based youth development programs.

 

Job Responsibilities:

 

Program Leadership (70%)

  • Lead the development of a women’s college soccer program in 2024, with support from CEO and Program Director
  • Recruit high school seniors or recent graduates to enroll at CCAC to play on club soccer teams on an annual basis (10-12 students each year)
  • Provide leadership and direction to part-time employees; supervise and mentor college coaches
  • Coordinate logistics (schedule, transportation, jerseys, fields, referees, etc.) for summer preseason, training/practices, fall competitive season in NIRSA league, and friendly competitions in winter and spring seasons
  • Coordinate with CCAC and community partners to provide and promote academic support, life skills and career readiness training workshops, community service, and additional support structure for student athletes
  • Coordinate with employers to help student athletes find part-time jobs
  • Propose ideas and support direct reports in developing and implementing program enhancements and opportunities that support cross-program collaboration
  • Proactively identify challenges, conflicts, and quality improvement opportunities and implements solutions grounded in organizational culture, values, and goals
  • Stay abreast of best practices and trends in the field and integrate new knowledge and approaches into program design and delivery
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Youth Program Implementation (20%):

  • Implement SBYD youth programs, serving as lead staff person on site
  • Support implementation of new Global Soccer League for teenagers beginning in spring 2024
  • Mentor and support volunteer coach mentors
  • Facilitate tertiary SBYD programs and activities in collaboration with Youth program team, with specific focus on teenagers (future college student athletes)
  • Transport soccer equipment and apparel to/from field, as needed

Community Engagement (10%)

  • Attend Open Field activities and events and support program staff
  • Support social media and digital communications, as needed
  • Represent Open Field in the community and advocate for the needs and interests of participants, partners, and the organization
  • Participate in fundraising events by inviting participants/attendees, soliciting in-kind donations for raffles/auctions, and ‘hosting’ the event

Job Expectations:

  • Maintains flexible, seasonal work schedule (see below)
  • Maintains balance between office, on-site, and work-from-home / flex-schedule
  • Responds promptly to calls and emails
  • Promptly notifies and communicates with supervisor about changes to program plans
  • Maintains consistent, thoughtful interaction with volunteers, participants, on-site contacts, parents, and other points of contact related to the program
  • Facilitates visits to the homes of program participants, as needed
  • Adapts to unplanned events or unexpected changes in a way that is grounded in organizational culture, values, and goals
  • Drives the 15-passenger van, as needed

 

Job Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree and/or 2-3 years equivalent experience as an educator, youth program coordinator, counselor, or in post-secondary education preparation or institutions
  • Prior soccer experience, either as a player or coach (basic knowledge of the game is important)
  • Knowledge of post-secondary education pathways and workforce readiness skill-building
  • Familiarity with trauma-informed and alternative discipline practices, e.g. restorative practices
  • Experience working with diverse populations, particularly immigrants and refugees, and an understanding of the challenges they face
  • Strong leadership, management, organization, and interpersonal skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Creative and skillful in problem-solving
  • Passion for and commitment to youth development and social justice
  • Driver’s license and access to reliable transportation (your own vehicle)
  • Must have, or be willing to obtain, PA Act 33/34 Clearances, FBI Fingerprint Background Check (mandatory), Mandated Reporter Training, First Aid/CPR/AED Training

Schedule:           

This position is full-time, with some evening and weekend work required. The College Program Manager will primarily work at Open Field's Pittsburgh office or CCAC Allegheny Campus Monday – Thursdays and remote on Fridays. They will travel to program and community partner sites throughout the week. Work hours will vary based on the program season. For 8-week periods in the fall and spring, the College Program Manager can expect to work on weekends, when college teams are in season and during the Global Soccer League for teenagers. Other weekend activities throughout the year (average 1 per month) include community events, youth workshops/trainings, field trips to professional and college soccer games, and fundraising events (2 per year). Open Field strives to provide staff with as much flexibility in work hours as possible.

How To Apply:

Candidates must submit a resume and cover letter/statement of interest to contact@openfieldintl.org before midnight on Sunday, December 31st. Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis. Candidates who advance to the second round of interviews should be prepared to submit at least two professional references – 1-2 former or current supervisors (mandatory) and one former student/youth served (encouraged, if possible). The projected start date is March 1, 2024.

 

Open Field provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.

 
 
 
Pine-Richland Middle School Head Boys' Soccer Coach
 
Reports To:       Athletic Director
To help each participating student achieve a high skill level; an appreciation for the values of discipline and sportsmanship; and an increased level of self-esteem.
 
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  Other duties may be assigned.
-   Instruct student athletes in the skills necessary for achieving excellence in the sport.
-   Maintain accurate statistics, records, and results of the season or delegates this responsibility.
-   Plans and schedules a regular practice program of practice.
-   Oversee the safety conditions of the practice and play facility or area when students are present.
-   Enforce discipline and sportsmanlike behavior at all times.
-   Maintain competency in rule interpretations, meet procedures, coaching techniques, and general information about all aspects of the sport, in accordance with WPIAL/PIAA regulations.
-   Coordinate performance criteria for eligibility in interscholastic competition in this sport and is consistent in establishing criteria for eligibility in competition.
-   Recommend purchase of equipment, supplies, and uniforms.
-   Maintain necessary attendance forms, insurance records, and similar paperwork.
-   Account for all equipment or delegates the responsibility.
-   Develop a consistent and positive public communications procedure through the school and news media to inform the general public about the athletic program.
-   Work with athletes and recruiters to promote outstanding athletes to college.
-   Recommend candidates for assistant coaching positions.  Orient assistants to the program; evaluate assistants at the close of the season.
-   Coordinate field/gym usage permits; transportation arrangements to away events, or delegate this responsibility.
-   Develop conditioning program, in cooperation with weight trainer and athletic trainer.
-   Coordinate arrangements for athlete physicals with the Athletic Trainer and announces to student athletes.
-   File required reports/runs follow-up on injured athletes.
-   Compile eligibility lists, as needed.  Determine standards for varsity letter winners that are consistent with WPIAL/PIAA and school policy.
-   Nominate outstanding athletes for local/regional recognition or honors or all-star teams.
-   Direct selection/instruction of student managers, student statisticians, as needed.
-   Communicate regularly with parents of participating athletes.
-   Submit an end-of-season summary to the Athletic Director.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervises student athletes participating in this program.  Directs activities of any assistant coaches or program volunteers.
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
 
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Experience as a player and/or coach.  Experience in physical education, first-aid and CPR/sports medicine is also desirable.  Current criminal record and child abuse clearances required.
 
CONFIDENTIALITY:
The coach must respect students and family’s rights to privacy and agree not to publicly share in a negative manner details of an athlete’s academic abilities or performance.
 
LANGUAGE SKILLS:
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of students, their parents or employees of the district.  Ability to communicate in a positive way with members of the media.
 
MATHEMATICAL SKILLS:
Ability to guide appropriate record keeping of student accounts related to program.
 
REASONING ABILITY:
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.  Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables.
 
COMPUTER SKILLS:
Basic computer skills in word processing and database are helpful.
 
OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES:
Exhibit qualities of leadership and organizational ability and reflect a spirit of cooperation in working with staff and school administration.  Ability to apply knowledge of current research and theory in specific field.  Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, staff and the community.  Ability to communicate clearly and concisely both in oral and written form.  Ability to perform duties with awareness of all district requirements and Board of Education policies.
 
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
 
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to walk and stand. Occasionally the employee will sit and or run.  The employee will frequently bend or twist at the trunk while performing the duties of this job.  The employee may also frequently squat, stoop kneel reach above the head, reach forward and repeat the same hand motion many times while performing the duties of the job.  Moderate lifting of equipment or athletic gear weighing between 10-50 pounds may be necessary.
 
The specific vision requirements of the job include good depth perception and occasionally being able to see objects/persons at a distance.  While performing the duties of the job the employee frequently is required to hear conversation in a quiet as well as a noisy environment and be able to tell where a sound is coming from.  The employee must be able to communicate to the team in order to give directions.
 
WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
 
While performing the duties of this job, the employee will continuously work inside or outside depending on the sporting event.   Occasionally the employee must be able to meet deadlines with severe time constraints and interact with public and other workers.  The employee has direct responsibility for the safety, and well-being of the team. The noise level in the environment is usually moderate to loud.
 
 
Open Field College Program Director
Reports To:       Program Director
 
Organization Description: 
Open Field’s mission is to improve the lives and futures of youth through sport. We promote education, health, girls’ empowerment, leadership, and life skills through the global game of soccer. Our programming creates a safe space in low-resource neighborhoods where youth from diverse backgrounds come together to play and learn as equals. Open Field staff and volunteer coach-mentors invest in relationships with participants that promote positive youth development. Our Sport-Based Youth Development (SBYD) programming incorporates social and emotional skills learning for children ages 6-18 through activities, discussions, and character development on and off the soccer field.
Since 2010, Open Field’s global team has engaged more than 6,000 youth in educational soccer programming, mentoring relationships, travel abroad experiences, and cultural exchange in Pittsburgh, PA and in three countries in West Africa. We operate with entrepreneurial spirit, making bold decisions that align with our vision and mission to empower youth from marginalized communities. We have grown significantly over the last three years, driven by a dedicated team that Is committed to the mission, and the College Program Coordinator will help us continue building momentum for years to come!
 
Job Description: 
The College Program Coordinator leads Open Field’s post-secondary program providing holistic support to student athletes on the competitive club soccer team at the Community College of Allegheny County. This includes designing, planning, implementing, and evaluating the new program in its second year. The goal of the College Program is to attract, retain, and support student athletes from marginalized communities in Allegheny County to obtain their associate degree and transition into the job market or continue to earn their bachelor’s degree. The College Program Coordinator plans and facilitates workshops to promote life skills, social and emotional learning and career readiness throughout the year. They connect student athletes with resources on and off campus that support their academic pursuits, financial management, part-time employment, internship opportunities, and other ‘life’ situations that arise. The College Program Coordinator serves as the team manager, organizing the summer pre-season and fall competitive season, friendly matches and training sessions throughout the year, and team events. Beyond their direct role in leading the College Program, the College Program Coordinator supports the Youth Program team as a coach mentor, facilitating sport-based youth development programs in after-school, community-based, and summer camp settings.
 
 Job Responsibilities:
 
 Program Leadership (60%)
  • Recruit high school seniors or recent graduates to enroll at CCAC to play on club soccer team on an annual basis (10-12 students each year)
  • Coordinate logistics for summer preseason, fall competitive season in NIRSA league (schedule, transportation, jerseys, fields, referees, etc.) and training and friendly competitions in winter and spring seasons
  • Coordinate with CCAC and community partners to provide academic support, life skills and career readiness training workshops, community service, and additional support structure for student athletes
  • Coordinate with employers to help student athletes find jobs that work with soccer and school
  • Propose ideas and support direct reports in developing and implementing program enhancements and opportunities that support cross-program collaboration
  • Proactively identify challenges, conflicts, and quality improvement opportunities and implements solutions grounded in organizational culture, values, and goals
  • Stay abreast of best practices and trends in the field and integrate new knowledge and approaches into program design and delivery
  • Conduct standard office management and administrative tasks such as proofreading, database management, printing, and mailing
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the CEO
 
Youth Program Implementation (30%):
  • Facilitate Sport-Based Youth Development programming, with specific focus on teenagers and future college student athletes, in collaboration with Youth program team
  • Train, mentor, supervise, and support volunteer coach mentors, with support from CEO and other staff
  • Ensure that program data is collected and reported accurately and on time
  • Implement SBYD youth programs, serving as a lead coach mentor and lead staff person on site, as needed
  • Transport soccer equipment and apparel to/from field, as needed
  • Drive the 15-passenger van, as needed
Community Engagement (10%)
  • Attend youth programs and support program staff, as needed
  • Support social media and digital communications, as needed
  • Represent Open Field in the community and advocate for the needs and interests of participants, partners, and the organization
  • Participate in fundraising events by inviting participants/attendees, soliciting in-kind donations for raffles/auctions, and ‘hosting’ the event
Job Expectations:
  • Maintains flexible, seasonal work schedule on site for youth programs (i.e. afternoon and evening hours during program seasons, Saturdays during spring season, and some weekends, as-needed)
  • Maintains balance between in office and work-from-home / flex-schedule, when not on program sites
  • Responds promptly to calls and emails
  • Promptly notifies and communicates with CEO and program partners about changes to program plans
  • Maintains consistent, thoughtful interaction with volunteers, participants, on-site contacts, parents, and other points of contact related to the program
  • Facilitate visits to the homes of youth participants in various neighborhoods, as needed
  • Communicates with families (parents) using interpretation and translator services, as needed
  • Adapts to unplanned events or unexpected changes in a way that is grounded in organizational culture, values, and goals
  • Takes ownership of responsibilities and shares decision-making power with others, particularly youth participants
Job Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree and/or 2-3 years equivalent experience as an educator, youth program coordinator, counselor, or in post-secondary education preparation or institutions
  • Prior soccer experience, either as a player or coach (basic knowledge of the game is important)
  • Familiarity with trauma-informed and alternative discipline practices, e.g. restorative practices
  • Experience working with diverse populations, particularly immigrants and refugees, and an understanding of the challenges they face
  • Strong leadership, management, organization, and interpersonal skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Creative and skillful in problem-solving
  • Knowledge of post-secondary education options and workforce readiness skill-building
  • Passion for and commitment to youth development and social justice
  • Driver’s license and access to reliable transportation (your own vehicle)
  • Must have, or be willing to obtain, PA Act 33/34 Clearances, FBI Fingerprint Background Check (mandatory), Mandated Reporter Training, First Aid/CPR/AED Training
Schedule:           
This position is full-time, with some evening and weekend work required. The College Program Coordinator will primarily work at Open Field’s Pittsburgh office Monday – Wednesdays, with the option to work from home on Thursdays and Fridays. They will travel to the community college, program sites and community partner organizations throughout the week. Work hours will vary based on the program season. For an 8-week period in the fall, the College Program Coordinator can expect to work on weekends, when most games will be scheduled. Other weekend activities throughout the year (average 1 per month) include community events, youth workshops/trainings, field trips to professional and college soccer games, and fundraising events (2 per year). Open Field strives to provide staff with as much flexibility in work hours as possible.
 
How To Apply:
Candidates must submit a resume and cover letter/statement of interest to contact@openfieldintl.org before midnight on Wednesday June 7, 2023. Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis. Candidates who advance to the second round of interviews should be prepared to submit at least two professional references – 1-2 former or current supervisors (mandatory) and one former student/youth served (encouraged, if possible). The projected start date is August 1, 2023.
Open Field provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.
 
 
 
Open Field Program Director
Reports To:       CEO
 
Organization Description:
Open Field’s mission is to improve the lives and futures of youth through sport. We promote education, health, girls’ empowerment, leadership, and life skills through the global game of soccer. Our programming creates a safe space in low-resource neighborhoods where youth from diverse backgrounds come together to play and learn as equals. Open Field staff and volunteer coach-mentors invest in relationships with participants that promote positive youth development. Our Sport-Based Youth Development (SBYD) programming incorporates social and emotional skills learning for children ages 6-18 through activities, discussions, and character development on and off the soccer field.
Since 2010, Open Field’s global team has engaged more than 6,000 youth in educational soccer programming, mentoring relationships, travel abroad experiences, and cultural exchange in Pittsburgh, PA and in three countries in West Africa. We operate with entrepreneurial spirit, making bold decisions that align with our vision and mission to empower youth from marginalized communities. We have grown significantly over the last three years and the new Program Director will help us continue building momentum.
 
Job Description:
The Program Director will be responsible for leading and managing Open Field’s Pittsburgh programs. The Program Director will work closely with the CEO to ensure the effective delivery of programs to youth and community partners, cultivating safe spaces on and around soccer fields to support positive learning experiences for participants. The Program Director will supervise program staff, facilitate programs, and collaborate with partner organizations and community stakeholders to oversee the implementation of Open Field’s newest initiative, the Global Soccer League (GSL). The GSL is a support network and post-secondary education pathway for teenagers from marginalized communities in Allegheny County. The Program Director will ensure the program achieves its goal to engage approximately 100 participants in a year-round, soccer-centric activities that with outcomes that include increasing understanding of post-secondary options, building positive connections with peers and adults, and promoting personal growth.
 
Job Roles & Responsibilities Breakdown:
Program & People Management (50%):
  • Oversee design, planning, implementation, and evaluation of Pittsburgh programs, in collaboration with CEO and program staff
  • Provide leadership and direction to program staff, including coaching and supervising employees
  • Manage system to attract, screen, train, recognize, and retain coach mentors (volunteers and seasonal paid staff)
  • Lead planning, implementation, and evaluation of Global Soccer League in collaboration with CEO and program staff
  • Collaborate with community stakeholders to build and maintain effective relationships and partnerships
  • Propose ideas and support direct reports in developing and implementing new SBYD activities, program enhancements, and opportunities that support cross-program collaboration
  • Proactively identify challenges, conflicts, and quality improvement opportunities and implements solutions grounded in organizational culture, values, and goals
  • Stay abreast of best practices and trends in the field and integrate new knowledge and approaches into program design and delivery
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the CEO
Program Implementation (40%):
  • Facilitate year-round programming related to Global Soccer League
  • Support partners, staff, and coach mentors to ensure that program activities align with Social Emotional Learning goals that promote personal responsibility, accountability to the team, respect for others, and personal growth for participants
  • Organize workshops and learning activities related to post-secondary education and workforce readiness skill-building
  • Ensure that program data is collected and reported accurately and on time
  • Implement SBYD youth programs, serving as a lead coach mentor and lead staff person on site, as needed
  • Transport soccer equipment and apparel to/from field, as needed
  • Drive the 15-passenger van, as needed
Community Engagement (10%)
  • Attend youth programs and support program staff, as needed
  • Represent Open Field in the community and advocate for the needs and interests of participants, partners, and the organization
  • Participate in fundraising events by inviting participants/attendees, soliciting in-kind donations for raffles/auctions, and ‘hosting’ the event
Job Expectations:
  • Maintains flexible, seasonal work schedule on site for youth programs (i.e. afternoon and evening hours during program seasons, Saturdays during spring season, and some weekends, as-needed)
  • Maintains balance between in office and work-from-home / flex-schedule, when not on program sites
  • Responds promptly to calls and emails
  • Promptly notifies and communicates with CEO and program partners about changes to program plans
  • Maintains consistent, thoughtful interaction with volunteers, participants, on-site contacts, parents, and other points of contact related to the program
  • Facilitate visits to the homes of youth participants in various neighborhoods, as needed
  • Communicates with families (parents) using interpretation and translator services, as needed
  • Adapts to unplanned events or unexpected changes in a way that is grounded in organizational culture, values, and goals
  • Takes ownership of responsibilities and shares decision-making power with others, particularly youth participants
Job Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in education, social work, or related field or a minimum of 3 years working in youth development and/or sports-based programming
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in program management and supervision, preferably in youth development and/or sports-based programming
  • Prior soccer experience, either as a player or coach (basic knowledge of the game is important)
  • Experience developing, implementing, and evaluating programs
  • Experience working with diverse populations, particularly immigrants and refugees, and an understanding of the challenges they face
  • Strong leadership, management, organization, and interpersonal skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Creative and skillful in problem-solving
  • Knowledge of post-secondary education options and workforce readiness skill-building
  • Passion for and commitment to youth development and social justice
  • Familiarity with trauma-informed and alternative discipline practices, e.g. restorative practices
  • Driver’s license and access to reliable transportation (your own vehicle)
  • Must have, or be willing to obtain, PA Act 33/34 Clearances, FBI Fingerprint Background Check (mandatory), Mandated Reporter Training, First Aid/CPR/AED Training
Schedule:           
This position is full-time, with some evening and weekend work required. The Program Director will primarily work at Open Field’s Pittsburgh office Monday – Wednesdays, with the option to work from home on Thursdays and Fridays. They will travel to program sites and community partner organizations throughout the week. Work hours will vary based on the program season. For 8–10-week periods in spring and fall, the Program Director can expect to be at program sites most Monday-Thursday evenings (with later ‘office hour’ start times). The Program Director will lead the 10-week Saturday soccer league planned for April – June (expected hours are 8am-5pm). Other weekend activities (average 1 per month) include community events, youth workshops/trainings, field trips to professional and college soccer games, and fundraising events (2 per year). Open Field strives to provide staff with as much flexibility in work hours as possible.
 
How To Apply:
Candidates must submit a resume and cover letter/statement of interest to contact@openfieldintl.org before midnight on Wednesday May 31, 2023. Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis. Candidates who advance to the second round of interviews should be prepared to submit at least two professional references – one former or current supervisor (mandatory), one former employee supervised by the candidate (mandatory), and one former student/youth served (encouraged, if possible). The projected start date is August 1, 2023.
Open Field provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.

 

 

 

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