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Pine Manor College is a private four-year liberal arts college situated five miles from downtown Boston that prepares students for careers in a changing world. The College is one of the most diverse private liberal arts colleges in the country and is committed to the diversity of the faculty and staff. With a low student-faculty ratio, Pine Manor offers an enriching educational experience that promotes collaborative and outcomes-based learning.

Pine Manor College now participates in the E-Verify program and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Members of underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

All current positions are posted on this website and resumes/applications should be directed as instructed.

If you are interested in forwarding your resume/application for future consideration for a position not posted, please send your COVER LETTER AND RESUME, WITH THE JOB TITLE IN THE SUBJECT LINE, TO: hr@pmc.edu  (unless otherwise indicated in the job listing)

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Early Childhood, Assistant/Associate Professor

Position Description Read and Accepted:
Department: Early Childhood
 Reports to: Dean of the College
 FLSA: FT Name Date
 Effective Date: Spring 2018

The Assistant/Associate Professor’s position is responsible for growing the graduation rate of the College by promoting student success in and out of the classroom through his/her professional attitude, commitment to the College, and teaching philosophy. Candidates for this position are invited to apply for this full-time, tenure-track appointment in the Early Childhood: Education, Health and Leadership Program to begin in January 2018 to provide students the opportunity to prepare for a variety of Early Childhood career paths from their studies in children’s cognitive, physical and social- emotional development. Students take course work that addresses child development theories, educational practices, assessment, pedagogical approaches, English Language learners, program planning, health and nutritional issues unique to children, and early childhood afterschool programs and community resources. Students who complete this major may be eligible to apply for a certificate of qualification from the Department of Early Education and Care as a Level I, or Level II teacher, and with additional electives will meet Director requirements.

The successful candidate for this full-time position will:

  • teach 2 – 3 undergraduate courses each semester for Early Childhood: Education, Health, and Leadership majors in a birth-grade 3 - baccalaureate degree program – some courses may be offered in the early evening or weekend to support the College’s new work-force development collaboration
  • assist in undergraduate program development
  • supervise student teachers in birth-grade 3 settings
  • advise undergraduate students
  • participate in college community service by serving on college committees and collaborating with community members across departments
  • engage with regional early childhood stakeholders
  • stay current with college-level pedagogy
  • fulfill administrative responsibilities relevant to the position
  • perform other duties as assigned by the Dean of the College

Required Minimum Qualifications

  • Ed.D. in Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Literacy, or Early Childhood Educational Leadership (ABD candidates considered)
  • at least three years of direct teaching experience with children birth-3 grade and one year of supervising/directing/mentoring in the birth-3 grade mixed delivery system (meaning beyond public school Prek-3 experience)
  • experience teaching/implementing NAEYC standards and positions
  • evidence of teaching effectiveness in undergraduate-level courses, preferably with a diverse group of students
  • experience as a supervisor of students in pre-practicums, practicums, internships, student teaching and /or out-of-school time placements
  • excellent organizational and communication skills (both written and oral)
  • the ability to engage productively and collegially within a team environment

Preferred Qualifications

  • Early Childhood (with and without disabilities) ESE license
  • experience working collaboratively preferably with early childhood stakeholders, community partners, families, and/or other professionals
  • participation in early childhood professional organizations
  • familiarity with Quality Rating & Improvement System Resource Guide (QRIS systems and assessment tools), Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale (ECERS), Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS)
  • familiarity with the standards/requirements of the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care and Head Start; Common Core
  • experience teaching courses using new technologies (e.g., online-based teaching and course-support platforms)

Please submit a letter of interest and current Curriculum Vitae to hr@pmc.edu

Selected candidate will be subject to a Personal and Criminal background check prior to employment.

Pine Manor College is a private, liberal arts, coed college located in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. The College is seeking qualified applicants who will support our commitment to increase the graduation rate and career success of our diverse student body. Pine Manor College is an equal opportunity employer committed to being the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come, to stay, and do their best work.

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Director of Individual Giving

Department: Advancement & Alumni Relations
 Reports to: VP of Advancement
 FLSA: Exempt
 Effective Date: 9/15/2017

Position Summary

The purpose of this position is to grow the graduation rate of the College by ensuring the strategic execution and management of a comprehensive annual giving program, including the coordination and oversight of supporting initiatives in the areas of development services and donor relations. The Director develops a coordinated matrix of communication and solicitation strategies involving email, direct mail, phone/mail, personal visitation and volunteer engagement, all focused on shaping a sustainable tradition of annual support. In addition, the successful candidate will foster the growth of best practices in the supporting areas of gift processing, data management and donor relations as related to annual giving. The director has a keen appreciation for the foundation of annual giving as the enabling component of successful major and gift planning programs.

The director provides strategic direction and long-range/short-range planning for all these areas in the context of growing the annual giving program while supporting the greater development and campaign goals of the college. The director is responsible for ensuring that data is collected and analyzed in terms of total dollars, percentage participation, consistency of giving and average gift size and using that data to set strategy and goals.

Position Scope

  • Create and oversee calendar of Annual Fund communications, including donor events, solicitation mailings, digital strategy, electronic communications, and donor stewardship.
  • In conjunction with the VP and Alumni Director, determine appropriate audience segmentation, solicitation schedule, and draft communications specific to those areas
  • Cultivate and solicit prospects
  • Identify major gift prospects and coordinate efforts with VP
  • Work with VP to strategize goals for key programs and plan events
  • Execute on annual Impact Report to donors: create timeline, draft content, coordinate with marketing and other departments
  • With members of the Development team, identify and implement fresh ideas to recognize and acknowledge donors at different levels.
  • Help generate, research and write profiles for prospect leads
  • Assist with and attend fundraising events
  • Work with VP Advancement to help determine annual giving goals for all schools and build strategic and tactical plans for achieving these goals.

Qualifications

  • Must have completed a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited four-year college.
  • Four to five years of applicable employment experience; preferably in higher education or non-profit fundraising
  • Demonstrated leadership, interpersonal, written and oral communication, problem-solving, organizational and presentation skills
  • Computer proficiency in MS Office, Outlook, Salesforce, Social Media
  • Ability to travel and work a flexible schedule (including some nights and weekends)
  • Ability to train others
  • Strong research and problem-solving skills
  • High degree of organization and initiative abilities
  • Ability to handle deadlines and changing priorities with good judgment
  • Ability to communicate with all levels of the organization
  • Ability to work cooperatively to achieve common goals; support cooperation, collaboration and the sharing of information while providing the best quality product available.
  • Understanding of database management, gift processing and donor relations.
  • Openness to new ideas and their implementation. Ability to react and adapt to changing situations appropriately.
  • Demonstrated analytical and fund raising skills

Please respond to hr@pmc.edu
No phone calls, please.

Pine Manor College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing a diverse academic environment for its students, faculty, and staff.

Director of Health & Wellness/Social Worker

Job Description: 

Reports to: Dean of Student Affairs Division: Student Affairs
Hours: 9AM-5PM, occasional evenings and weekends
Job Status: Full time, 12-month, exempt  **On-call responsibilities**

Position Summary:

The Director of Health & Wellness is responsible for growing the graduation rate through a collaborative approach with students, faculty, and staff to provide on-site care for students dealing with life challenges. The Director of Health & Wellness provides training, development, and consultation to the Pine Manor College community to help students cope with the stresses of their everyday lived experiences. The Director of Health & Wellness will also develop and execute programming through a social justice, inclusive lens focused on students’ agency, health, and wellness. This is a 12-month position requiring on-call responsibilities.

School Setting:

Pine Manor College is a small, private liberal arts college outside of Boston, Massachusetts with a residential campus. Of our students, approximately 60% live on campus and 40% commute. We enroll about 450 students that mostly identify as first generation college student or international students. U.S. News and World Report ranked Pine Manor College as one of the most diverse liberal arts colleges in the country.

Essential Functions:

Student Support and Outreach

  • Actively seek out and meet students where they are at to provide them with direct outreach and the necessary support and resources for their success.
  • Assist students with the challenges of balancing academic life with external commitments and situations that may interfere with their ability to be successful students.
  • Provide clinical assessment, diagnosis, crisis intervention, short-term psychotherapy, group meetings/therapy, and case management to enhance students’ success and development.
  • Serve as primary coordinator for fostering and maintaining relationships with service providers/partners and creating and monitoring referral procedures.
  • Continue to network and build on the relationships with external community-based resources and organizations to provide appropriate referrals to and opportunities for students including but not limited to: BARCC, SNAP food assistance, day care and housing subsidies, and other state benefits.

Training and Consultation

  • Provide support, communication, training, and consultation to the Pine Manor College community to support our students and in-house referrals.
  • Develop and participate in an on-call rotation to ensure 24/7 licensed mental health coverage and consultation.

Programming and Community Development

  • Actively participate, plan, and collaborate with colleagues and students to provide student programming in the areas of: health and wellness, identity development, sexual assault and bystanders training, dating and domestic violence, stress, social anxiety, depression, and anger management, grief and trauma, other areas as needed
  • Actively participate and collaborate on college-wide committees such as CARE (Students of Concern), Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Orientation.

Administative

  • Work closely with the Student Affairs team on students facing challenges.
  • Oversee the College’s health and immunization forms in compliance with state and federal mandates.
  • Keep abreast of current federal and state regulations, as well as professional standards.
  • Collaborate with the Dean of Student Affairs to review policies, operational practices, and recommend changes with the goal of improving student success.
  • Potential for supervision opportunities.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Position Experience and Skills:

  • LICSW or related license; background in social work, case management.
  • 5 years post-master's clinical social work experience.
  • Experience working with and demonstrated sensitivity to adolescents from diverse, urban backgrounds, many of whom are first in their families to attend college and/or international students.
  • Demonstrated ability to form and maintain community-based partnerships.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills that contribute to the strong interpersonal and organizational relationships.
  • Fluency in a second language, particularly Spanish, Cape Verdean Creole, Haitian Creole, Vietnamese, Mandarin, or Cantonese.
  • Experience in conflict management and drug and alcohol education.
  • Team player.

The physical requirements of this job include climbing steps and serving on an on-call capacity. On-call requires late nights/early mornings, answering phone calls, and responding/triaging incidents accordingly.

Please submit to hr@pmc.edu 
No phone calls, please.

Pine Manor College provides equal opportunity in employment for all qualified persons and prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, veteran status, disability unrelated to job requirements, genetic information, military service, or other protected status.

President’s Executive Assistant

President’s Office
 Reports to: College President
 FLSA: Exempt
 Salary Range: commensurate with experience
 Effective Date: 9/15/2017

Position Summary:

The purpose of this position is to grow the graduation rate of the College by supporting the President of the College with best practices as listed below. This is a full-time, 12-month, salaried position.

Position Scope:

The Executive Assistant role requires excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to provide information and high quality direct support to the President of the College. This position provides a wide range of administrative support to the President in a fast-paced environment. This is a high profile position that requires the ability to interface with from across the campus, from students to members of the Board of Trustees.

Responsibilities include managing complex calendars, coordinating travel arrangements, scheduling governance and other meetings, taking meeting minutes and assisting with action-item tracking. It also requires and ability to format presentations, and manage all logistics of meetings, including RSVP tracking and reporting, space reservations, catering, A/V, etc. The Executive Assistant must be able to handle confidential material with tact and discretion; have a strong customer service orientation, good judgment, and flexibility. This position requires the ability to work with multiple staff members and manage competing priorities, meet deadlines, and follow through with accuracy on projects; work independently with minimal supervision and work effectively as part of a team; take initiative; and learn quickly when acquiring new skills.

Essential Functions:

  • Develop and maintain President’s calendar
  • Prepare and edit correspondence for President’s signature
  • Serve as the Secretary to the President and Board of Trustees
  • Support and facilitate college wide communications and activities sponsored by the Office of the President
  • Organize transportation and all lodging/travel details

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree with meaningful professional experience.
  • High proficiency with technology, including social media.
  • Commitment to working with a highly diverse population
  • Highly organized and able to multi-task in an active environment
  • Articulate communicator: excellent verbal and writing skills
  • A determined problem-solver with a can-do attitude
  • Excellent listening skills with the ability to execute appropriately
  • A respectful attitude that reflects an understanding of the value of others

Working conditions:

This is an academic office environment. Some evenings and weekends and the ability to work additional hours as needed are required in order to fulfill the responsibilities of the position.

Special Requirements:

Selected candidate will be subject to a Personal and Criminal background check prior to employment.

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter and resume, with the job title in the subject line, to:  hr@pmc.edu

Development Coordinator/Database Manager

Department: Advancement & Alumni Relations
 Reports to: VP of Advancement
 FLSA: Non-Exempt
 Effective Date: 9/15/2017

Position Summary

The purpose of this position is to grow the graduation rate by working closely with the VP of Advancement to provide administrative support to the Development Office and oversee the input of all donor related information.

Position Scope

  • Responsible for gift processing including data entry, reporting, and acknowledgments
  • Prepare and assist in the mailing of appeals, letters, brochures, invitations and other PMC constituent mailings.
  • Maintain the alumnae/i database as needed including:     
    • Add/update information to constituent records 
    • Data integrity projects utilizing error reports to correct data (i.e. lost alumnae, NCOA updates, add attributes for events, trip reports, other special data projects) 
  • Act as a liaison with external and internal constituents to answer questions, address problems and provide solutions.
  • Maintain, organize and oversee all Development records and files both electronic and hardcopy.
  • Plan and execute special projects independently.
  • Provide administrative support for all Development Office events including Reunion, donor recognition and Alumnae events, as well as other events as needed.
  • Calendar Management for VP of Advancement
  • Prospect Research including researching grant opportunities
  • Working with Student Volunteers
  • Preparing travel arrangements and agenda for staff when traveling
  • Tracking expenses for department and travel
  • Collecting and analyzing data for reports and presentations
  • Creating reports for department
  • Fact checking publications regarding College
  • Writing occasional articles for Bulletins
  • Managing Class notes
  • Managing monthly charges
  • Taking minutes at advancement committee meetings

Qualifications

  • Commitment to the mission of Pine Manor College.
  • Bachelor’s degree and minimum of 1-3 years of development experience preferred
  • Knowledge of fundraising software preferred
  • Highly organized, detail oriented with ability to be an independent worker and thinker as well as the ability to work and function well in a team environment.
  • Ability to handle and complete multiple time-sensitive projects.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills required
  • Excellent interpersonal skills required

Please respond to hr@pmc.edu
No phone calls, please.

Pine Manor College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing a diverse academic environment for its students, faculty, and staff.

Admissions Department Office Manager

Reports to: Dean of Enrollment & Admissions
 FLSA: Non-exempt Salary: $40,000
 Effective date: 10/13/17

Position Summary:

The purpose of this position is to grow the graduate rate of the College by managing the day-to-day operations of the Admissions Department as outlined below. This is a full-time, 12-month, hourly position.

Position Scope:

The Admissions Officer Manager role requires high attention to detail and overall support of the Admissions Department. Working collaboratively with the Dean of Enrollment & Admissions, Assistant Director of Admissions and Admissions Counselors, the Office Manager will be responsible for a number of administrative duties including but not limited to:

  • Manage the admissions database for all prospective students from inquiry stage through enrollment
  • Creation of and updates to prospective student files
  • Regularly design and run queries and statistical reports
  • Help coordinate various admissions-related events (open houses, campus visits, student tours, etc.)
  • Manage all communications of department (phone, email, mail)
  • Maintain inventory of marketing materials and office supplies
  • Act as one of two departmental Designated School Official (DSO) for international students as it relates to Student Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP)
  • Manage department’s social media accounts

Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Highly organized and able to multi-task in an active environment
  • Database administration experience; Salesforce proficiency preferred
  • Proficiency in MS Office Suite
  • Excellent public communications and customer service skills
  • Commitment to working with a highly diverse population

Pine Manor College provides equal opportunity in employment for all qualified persons and prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, veteran status, disability, genetic information, military service, or other protected status.

Application Process:

All interested candidates are requested to submit a cover letter and resume to the Dean of Enrollment Management at: swhite@pmc.edu

Head Softball Coach/Sports Information Co- Director

Department: Athletics
 Reports to: Athletic Director

POSITION SUMMARY

This position is responsible for growing the graduation rate of the College by providing students with opportunities to engage in a competitive NCAA DIII softball program and acting as the Sports Information Co-Director. This combined position plays the key role in recruiting, coaching, and retaining students through a focus on student engagement, health and wellness, and social justice. The Softball Coach/Sports Information Co-Director is responsible for the softball program and supporting the S.I.D. operations in the spring season along with other duties as assigned by the Athletic Director.

POSITION SCOPE

  • The Sports Information Co-Director will be responsible for the management of the athletic web site including but not limited to updating rosters, player-team information, and overseeing NCAA statistics during the spring season. The S.I. D. will also be responsible for game operations that includes supervision of scoring tables, compiling statistics, reporting results, and game summary. The S.I.D. is responsible for the production of media releases, and for distribution of information concerning athletic teams and student-athletes. The co-director will coordinate and supervise all activities that are related to the sports information office along with the other co-director.
  • The Head Softball Coach will develop trusting relationships with members of the softball team that align with the College’s values of providing holistic (e.g. emotional, academic, co-curricular) support for our students.
  • Build positive group dynamics that contribute to the softball team and individual students’ success. Address conflict when it arises.
  • Serve as a positive role model and coach; value affirmative coaching techniques.
  • Understand and abide by all NCAA Division III rules and regulations as they apply to the athletic program.
  • Know the Athletic Department and College’s guidelines and polices as outlined in the Student-Athlete Handbook and the Student Handbook, respectively.
  • Manage and lead recruitment, coaching, and game management/supervision for the softball program, including (but not limited to) leading practices and home and away contests, overseeing the coordination of travel arrangements, managing games (e.g. equipment, facilities, score keeping) and emergencies/crisis when/if they arise.
  • Under the guidance of the Dean of Enrollment Management/Director of Admissions, work to recruit student-athletes who meet Pine Manor College’s qualifications and academic standards to ensure full rosters of year-to-year high retention of student-athletes. Recruiting responsibilities and priorities will align with the guidelines established by the admissions department and NCAA Division III standards.
  • Develop effective communications with faculty and staff in relations for team operations and student success.
  • Escalate emergencies or inappropriate behavior that does not align with the College’s mission and values to the Athletic Director, Dean of Student Affairs, and/or emergency personnel in a timely manner.
  • Work in conjunction with the Athletic Trainer regarding student-athlete health issues.
  • In congruence with the processes and support of the Athletic Director and Director of Human Resources, oversee the operations and management of assistant coaches.
  • Other duties as assigned by Athletic Director.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor Degree required along with college athletic participation experience. At least 3 years of college coaching and recruiting preferred.
  • Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations.
  • Fluency in a Spanish and English are preferred.
  • Experience working with adolescents and young adults from diverse backgrounds.
  • Knowledge of FERPA, HIPPA, and related regulations governing student records and information.
  • Strong communication and conflict resolution skills when working with individuals and groups.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
 Selected candidate will be subject to a Personal and Criminal background check prior to employment.

Please respond to griffithjohn@pmc.edu
No phone calls, please.

Head Women’s Soccer Coach/Sports Information Co- Director

Department: Athletics
 Reports to: Athletic Director

Position Summary
 This position is responsible for growing the graduation rate of the College by providing students with opportunities to engage in a competitive NCAA DIII women’s soccer program and acting as the Sports Information Co-Director. This combined position plays the key role in recruiting, coaching, and retaining students through a focus on student engagement, health and wellness, and social justice. The Women’s Soccer Coach/Sports Information Co-Director is responsible for the women’s soccer program and supporting the S.I.D. operations in the spring season along with other duties as assigned by the Athletic Director.

Position Scope

  • The Sports Information Co-Director will be responsible for the management of the athletic web site including but not limited to updating rosters, player-team information, and overseeing NCAA statistics during the spring season. The S.I. D. will also be responsible for game operations that includes supervision of scoring tables, compiling statistics, reporting results, and game summary. The S.I.D. is responsible for the production of media releases, and for distribution of information concerning athletic teams and student-athletes. The co-director will coordinate and supervise all activities that are related to the sports information office along with the other co-director.
  • The Head Women’s Soccer Coach will develop trusting relationships with members of the soccer team that align with the College’s values of providing holistic (e.g. emotional, academic, co-curricular) support for our students.
  • Build positive group dynamics that contribute to the team and individual students’ success. Address conflict when it arises.
  • Serve as a positive role model and coach; value affirmative coaching techniques.
  • Understand and abide by all NCAA Division III rules and regulations as they apply to athletic program.
  • Know the Athletic Department and College’s guidelines and polices as outlined in the Student-Athlete Handbook and the Student Handbook, respectively.
  • Manage and lead recruitment, coaching, and game management/supervision for the softball program, including (but not limited to) leading practices and home and away contests, overseeing the coordination of travel arrangements, managing games (e.g. equipment, facilities, score keeping) and emergencies/crisis when/if they arise.
  • Under the guidance of the Dean of Enrollment Management/Director of Admissions, work to recruit student-athletes who meet Pine Manor College’s qualifications and academic standards to ensure full rosters of year-to-year high retention of student-athletes. Recruiting responsibilities and priorities will align with the guidelines established by the admissions department and NCAA Division III standards.
  • Develop effective communications with faculty and staff in relations for team operations and student success.
  • Escalate emergencies or inappropriate behavior that does not align with the College’s mission and values to the Athletic Director, Dean of Student Affairs, and/or emergency personnel in a timely manner.
  • Work in conjunction with the Athletic Trainer regarding student-athlete health issues.
  • In congruence with the processes and support of the Athletic Director and Director of Human Resources, oversee the operations and management of assistant coaches.
  • Other duties as assigned by Athletic Director.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor Degree required along with college athletic participation experience. At least 3 years of college coaching and recruiting preferred.
  • Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations.
  • Fluency in a Spanish and English are preferred.
  • Experience working with adolescents and young adults from diverse backgrounds.
  • Knowledge of FERPA, HIPPA, and related regulations governing student records and information.
  • Strong communication and conflict resolution skills when working with individuals and groups.

Special Requirements
 Selected candidate will be subject to a Personal and Criminal background check prior to employment.

Please respond to griffithjohn@pmc.edu
No phone calls, please.

Grounds Worker

Job Summary:

Responsible for the cultivation and care of the landscaping and grounds surrounding all campus buildings. Plants flowers, mows, pulls weeds, repairs structures.

Primary responsibilities:

  • Perform grounds keeping and building maintenance duties.
  • Mow lawn by either hand or using a riding lawnmower.
  • Cut lawn using hand, power or riding mower and trim and edge around walks, flowerbeds, and walls.
  • Landscape by planting flowers, grass, shrubs, and bushes.
  • Apply fertilizer to ground to enhance growth.
  • Shovel snow /plow and apply sand and salt when needed.
  • Must have a valid Ma. License and a good driving record in order to operate college vehicles and plows.
  • Work during snowstorms is mandatory.
  • Sweep walkway of debris.
  • Cut down trees or tree limbs that are posing a danger.
  • Trim shrubs and pull weeds.
  • Perform minor repairs and maintenance procedures on equipment utilized in grounds keeping.
  • Rake, mulch, and prune the grounds as needed.
  • Water plants and grass as needed and apply fertilizer.
  • Must be able to lift a minimum of 60 pounds.
  • Perform maintenance department duties as requested.

Please respond to jhatch@pmc.edu

Pine Manor College provides equal opportunity in employment for all qualified persons and prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, veteran status, disability unrelated to job requirements, genetic information, military service, or other protected status.


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Last updated: November 9, 2017