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  • July 01, 2015 4:27 PM | Anonymous member

    PLEASE APPLY ONLINE AT: www.careers.luc.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=58081

    Job Duties/Responsibilities:

    The Assistant Director is responsible for all aspects regarding the recruitment of prospective freshmen (knowledge of transfer recruitment helpful but not required) in an assigned territory. As territory manager, the Assistant Director establishes a strategic approach with the guidance of the senior team to ensure all targeted high school are visited, college fairs and other recruitment events are attended and evaluated while following up with all prospects in regard to the application process and steps that lead to enrollment. Extensive travel is required.

    - Works and travels within the southwestern regional geographic areas as assigned to inform prospective students and their families of the educational opportunities available at Loyola University Chicago by managing daily communications with prospective students and families and other constituencies.
    - Represents Loyola at various programs including, but not limited to, high school visit days, college fairs, outreach activities, etc.
    - Builds and maintains effective relationships with high school counselors and community college counselors.
    - Actively engages and participates in appropriate professional organizations for the purpose of recruiting new students to Loyola and professional networking development.
    - Reads application files and makes timely admission decisions on applicants to Loyola.
    - Participates in recruitment, yield, and orientation events hosted on-campus and off-campus.
    - Develops and executes programming for targeted groups, including college counselors, in major markets.
    - Performs related duties as required.   

    Minimum Education/Experience:

    Bachelor's degree in related field and three-five years of related admissions experience.   

    Certificates, credentials or licenses required:

    Must have a valid drivers license and access to a vehicle.  

    Qualifications:

    - Experience in recruitment and admission is required.
    - Understanding of financial aid process is beneficial.
    - Excellent interpersonal skills, written and verbal communication skills.
    - Ability to form effective working relationships.
    - Must be a team player with the ability to adapt to a dynamic environment.
    - Ability to effectively organize and prioritize workload.
    - Bilingual skills is beneficial but not required.
    - Ability to work independently with little supervision.
    - Must have the ability to articulate the values and mission of a Jesuit institution. - This position is based in Dallas, Texas and requires residency in the Dallas area.  

    Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

  • June 30, 2015 4:20 PM | Anonymous

    A private, nonprofit, residential college located in the heart of the Midwest, Lincoln College provides an innovative higher education model serving the needs of its community. Spanning two campuses in Lincoln and Normal, Illinois, the College serves approximately 1,200 full-time and part-time students, and offers traditional associate’s and bachelor’s degree programs as well as an innovative, growing Accelerated Bridge to Education (ABE) degree completion program tailored to the needs of working adults. Lincoln College has long fostered a personal approach to education.

    General Description: Responsible for the recruitment of undergraduate students in the Chicagoland area to Lincoln College via face to face contact with students, family members, high school counselors, community college transfer coordinators and representatives of other organizations with the intention of building personal relationships.  This position includes development of a prospective student applicant pool through contact via telephone, e-mail, text and direct mail. Providing excellent customer service is necessary. Other items may include conducting admission interviews, compiling and analyzing admission data, assisting in planning and participating in campus events hosted by the Office of Admission as well as, planning and attending regional events with external constituencies.  This position is responsible for formulating recruitment strategies, plans, and goals for the Chicago area. 

    Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required. Excellent oral and written communication skills, willingness to travel for selected recruitment events, some evening and weekend hours required. Excellent management skills are required for the ability to work independently from a home office environment. Knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word and Power Point.  Candidate must possess a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.  College Admissions and/or high school counseling or Community College counseling experience preferred.  Candidates must reside in the Chicagoland area or be willing to relocate immediately.

    Essential Job Responsibilities:

    • Manage specific recruitment objectives including headcount and conversion rate goals.
    • Coordinate and execute recruitment and yield activities, including significant fall and spring travel to high schools, community colleges, college fairs and other recruitment events.
    • Arrange and conduct individual interviews with students as well as organize regional group information sessions for students, parents and high school guidance counselors.
    • Implement, monitor, and self-manage regular communication plan with prospective students, applicants, accepted students, deposited students and their family members.
    • Join and participate in regional admission and school counselor associations to build solid working relationships with external constituencies.
    • Utilize alumni, in cooperation and conjunction with the Office of Advancement and Office of Admissions, to support the college’s recruitment efforts in the Chicago area.
    • Plan and participate in admission events both on and off-campus.
    • Ability to learn and use Jenzabar and Infomaker, to monitor and follow-up with inquiries and applicants. 
    • Coordinate campus visit experiences of prospective students and their family members as well as other visitors to the College.
    • Work effectively with the office of Advisement, financial aid professionals, and residence life professionals to ensure a smooth transition from inquiry to enrolled student.
    • Ability to work some evenings on a weekly basis, 10-15 weekends a year and willingness to travel to selected locations.
    • Respect the confidential nature of information provided by students and family members.
    • Coordinate with the Dean of Enrollment Management 2-3 days a month to be present on campus.
    • Complete all tasks and assignments in a timely fashion.

    Start Date: As Soon As Possible

    Description of Hours:  Full time / Salaried

    Contact Information:  Send letter, resume, and names of three references to:

    Lincoln College

    Human Resources

    300 Keokuk Street

    Lincoln, Illinois 62656

    Email:  sschwantz@lincolncollege.edu

    Lincoln College is an equal opportunity employer.

  • June 30, 2015 10:56 AM | Anonymous member


    Knox College is a nationally ranked, private, residential liberal arts college of 1,420 students from 48 states and 51 countries. The College recruits a national and international pool of high ability students and stands out among its peers for the inclusion of first-generation, international, and students of color, in a culturally rich and vibrant campus community. The admission staff has been successful in expanding the geographic reach of the College and expanding the applicant pool to the highest levels in Knox’s history. 60% of applicants are students of color or international students. College enrollments are at the highest levels in 40 years, with plans to further expand the size of the campus community and engage in capital campaigns to sustain the expansion.

    To support this plan, Knox seeks an outgoing, goal-oriented individual to join the admission team as an Assistant Director of Admission. You’ll work within an assigned recruitment territory to achieve a high level of visibility for the College; identify well-matched candidates for admission; build relationships with high school counselors, alumni, prospective students, and parents; and guide students and their parents through the process of applying for admission and financial aid. You’ll collaborate with other members of the staff to implement on and off-campus recruitment activities; conduct interviews; evaluate applications for admission; and actively engage interested students via phone, email, social media, and face-to-face contact to achieve enrollment goals.

    Qualifications

    ·       Bachelor’s degree is required; Master’s degree is preferred. 2-3 years of experience in college admission is highly desirable.

    ·       Exceptional interpersonal, communication, and public speaking abilities; and talent for developing relationships with a variety of constituencies.

    ·       Excellent organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously

    ·       Commitment to inclusion and diversity in college admission.

    ·       Dedication to and ability to articulate the value of a traditional liberal arts education.

    ·       Willingness to travel up to 10-12 weeks per year and work extended hours, including evenings and weekends, on a regular basis during the academic year.

    ·       The ability to use Microsoft Office (e.g. Word, Excel, and Powerpoint) and common social media applications (e.g. Facebook, Twitter) is expected. Prior experience with the Slate admission CRM is highly desirable.

    Application

    To apply, submit via email a letter of application describing your qualifications, resume, Applicant Information Form (available at www.knox.edu/jobs), and a list of three references to Rhonda Dalton at rrdalton@knox.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. 

    Founded in 1837 by social reformers strongly opposed to slavery, Knox was one of the first colleges in the United States open to all, regardless of race, gender, or financial means. The campus community maintains a strong commitment to service, and Knox was recently named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll in recognition of community service, service learning, and civic engagement.

    For more information about Knox College, please visit www.knox.edu/about-knox


  • June 30, 2015 10:51 AM | Anonymous member

    Coordinator of Communications Initiatives

    Knox College is a nationally ranked, private, residential liberal arts college of 1,420 students from 48 states and 51 countries. The College recruits a national and international pool of high ability students and stands out among its peers for the inclusion of first-generation, international, and students of color, in a culturally rich and vibrant campus community. The admission staff has been successful in expanding the geographic reach of the College and expanding the applicant pool to the highest levels in Knox’s history. 60% of applicants are students of color or international students. College enrollments are at the highest levels in 40 years, with plans to further expand the size of the campus community and engage in capital campaigns to sustain the expansion.

    To support this plan, Knox seeks an enthusiastic, goal-oriented admission officer for the position of Assistant or Associate Director of Admission. Working closely with the other Associate Directors and Dean of Admission, you will be a key member of the admission team, contributing to the development, management, and implementation of recruitment strategies to achieve enrollment and revenue objectives. You will have primary responsibility for the development and implementation of admission communications, including publications, website, email, direct mail, and social media campaigns, working closely with other offices on campus and with third party vendors. Other responsibilities will be based on your experience and interest and may include data analysis and research, a small recruitment territory, and/or other operational areas. You should be willing to travel occasionally and work extended hours, including evenings and weekends, especially during the academic year.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree and three to five years of prior experience in college admission, higher education, or marketing, preferably at a selective liberal arts college. Master’s degree is preferred
    • Extensive understanding of relationship development strategies, including the use of new media and creative approaches to communications
    • Exceptional interpersonal, writing, and analytic skills
    • Demonstrated record of project management and leading initiatives
    • Experience with data analysis and research and incorporating the results into communication activities
    • Past success in managing a recruitment territory and achieving goals are a plus
    • Commitment to inclusion and diversity in higher education
    • Dedication to and ability to articulate the value of a traditional liberal arts education
    • Proficiency using Microsoft Office (e.g. Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), common social media applications (e.g. Facebook, Twitter). Prior experience with HTML, content management systems, or the Slate admission CRM is highly desirable.

    Application

    To apply, submit via email a letter of application describing your qualifications, resume, Applicant Information Form (available at www.knox.edu/jobs), and a list of three references to Rhonda Dalton at rrdalton@knox.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. 

    Founded in 1837 by social reformers strongly opposed to slavery, Knox was one of the first colleges in the United States open to all, regardless of race, gender, or financial means. The campus community maintains a strong commitment to service, and Knox was recently named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll in recognition of community service, service learning, and civic engagement.

    For more information about Knox College, please visit www.knox.edu/about-knox. 


  • June 26, 2015 10:08 AM | Anonymous member

    Admissions Counselor and Advisor - Capital Scholars Honors Program
    University of Illinois Springfield
    Position Description

    The Capital Scholars Honors Program, a selective undergraduate program combining high standards and emphasis on excellence with a small residential college model, enrolling only about 100 first-year students each year, is seeking applications for the academic professional position of Admissions Counselor and Advisor. This position will be responsible for providing academic advising to newly admitted, current first-year and second-year students through peer-advising and formal advising sessions, organize and implement on and off-campus recruitment activities, as well as assist with the development and implementation of CAP Honors summer and fall orientation sessions. This position will report to the Coordinator of Recruiting and Advising within the Capital Scholars Honors Program.

    For additional information, consult https://jobs.uis.edu/default.cfm. Applications received by May 25, 2015 will receive full consideration, and the search will continue until the position is filled.

    Close Date: open until filled; formal review begins July 6th, 2015


  • June 25, 2015 7:02 PM | Anonymous


    Assistant Director of Admissions - Chicago Region

    Augustana College - Rock Island, Illinois


    Augustana College, a four-year private national liberal arts college in Rock Island, Illinois, is hiring an Assistant Director of Admissions to reside full-time in the Chicagoland area. The main objective for this position is to build a larger, more diverse and more engaged prospect pool in Augustana’s key markets by expanding outreach, recruitment, and presence. This position is one part of a comprehensive Chicagoland recruitment team; the campus in Rock Island will provide logistical and administrative support.

     

    Position Description: This individual will serve as an official representative of Augustana College at college fairs, high school visits, admitted student receptions, admissions interviews, and other events in the region. S/he is charged with establishing strong relationships with students, counselors, community-based organizations and parents, in order to increase the quantity and quality of applications and enrolling students from the region. This professional will be expected to maintain personal communication with regional constituents, and especially with interested students, by phone, email and written correspondence throughout the application and enrollment season.

    The Assistant Director of Admissions will be expected to develop a strategic plan and approach for recruitment and enrollment in the region, use geo-demographic data and regular analysis/reporting to inform decisions and planning, and effectively target potential markets in a cost-effective manner. The recruitment territory will include high schools in DuPage, Kendall, and Will counties, and the southwest portion of Cook county. This professional is expected to be an involved member of his/her local/regional professional associations.

    The representative will live and work in his/her respective region while being in close contact with the campus-based admissions office. The representative will be expected to attend trainings and events on the Augustana College campus throughout the year and participate in regular meetings remotely. This is one of two Chicago regional positions, and one of three total. Augustana College has a strong record of effectively integrating remote employees into the team.

    Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s degree; valid driver’s license; names and contact information for three professional references. This position will require extensive travel and work, extended hours and weekends as needed. Job-related expenses are reimbursed.

    Preferences: 3-5 years experience in admissions, counseling or a related field of education; skills in some or all components of Microsoft Office, especially Excel. Must have strong customer service skills and excellent communication skills, both verbal and written; strong organizational and interpersonal skills, and diplomacy. Ability to work collaboratively from a remote location and self-motivation is essential. A broad understanding of marketing is helpful.

    Physical Requirements:  Must be able to lift 25 pounds on a frequent basis.  Also required is the ability to listen, hear, speak, climb stairs, bend, stoop, and stand for intermittently long periods of time.  Must be able to operate a vehicle and travel independently.

    Apply: If interested, please send cover letter and résumé to the Office of Human Resources at Augustana College at humanresources@augustana.edu. Review of candidates will begin immediately and will continue until the role is filled.

    Successful candidates must pass a criminal background check. Augustana College is a drug-free workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • June 25, 2015 11:02 AM | Anonymous

    This position recruits prospective high school and transfer students through the development and implementation of integrated communications, marketing, and recruitment strategies necessary to meet the enrollment goals of the University.  This is a highly visible position as the incumbent represents the University’s interests during high profile events and to a wide range of constituents (e.g. state legislators, community leaders and organizations, parents and students) and venues (e.g. college fairs and programs, local, state and national conferences and events).  Responsible for implementation of communication strategies to target prospective undergraduate students through the use of e-mail, social media, print, and student outreach.  The position will produce content, both visual and written, for use within these channels.

    Duties:

    • Implements recruitment and yield communication strategies to attract prospective students to the Campus and meet the enrollment needs of the University.
    • Manage the primary social media channels utilized within the recruitment unit to interact with a wide range of constituents.
    • Hires, trains, and manages a team of student employees that regularly communicate with prospective and admitted students.
    • Oversees student outreach events.
    • Establishes and maintains relationships with students/parents, high school counselors, teachers, and administrators to provide pre-admission advice and counsel relative to the recruitment and admissions processes.
    • Seeks out opportunities to engage and meet prospective students by participating in local, state-wide, or national school events, college fairs, community organizations, etc.
    • Fields questions and respond to inquiries from prospective students through various mediums (e.g. individual appointments, telephone, email and social networking).
    • Acts as a primary point of contact for prospective student questions and concerns.
    • Assists in the coordination of on-campus programs for prospective students.
    • Represents the University at events, both on and off campus, to provide information about available offerings (including but not limited to academic programs, resources, opportunities, facilities, etc.).
    • Evaluates the effectiveness of communication and marketing recruitment strategies and makes recommendations for program changes and enhancements.
    • Compiles, assesses, and interprets student data, event outcomes, recruitment trends, market area trends and report findings to senior leadership.
    • Develops and updates publications for print or e-mail. Works with supply manager to order publications and ensures adequate supply for dissemination.
    • Manages communication plans by creating mailing lists, checking data for accuracy and duplication, establishing timelines for mass e-mail, and postal mail-outs to prospective students.
    • Coordinates external and internal systems and vendors, including mail houses, search companies, and the BANNER Relationship Manager (BRM) communications team to ensure accurate delivery of data.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    1. Bachelor’s degree.

    2. Demonstrated experience in student counseling, admissions, and/or UIC undergraduate campus involvement or leadership.

     Preferred Qualifications:

    • Three years' experience in student counseling, admissions, and/or UIC undergraduate campus involvement or leadership.
    • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills are required. Public speaking experience and organization skills preferred.
    • Experience with and sensitivity to diverse populations.
    • Ability to efficiently and effectively solve problems, initiate and implement projects independently preferred.
    • Well-organized with attention to details and ability to multitask.
    • Demonstrated knowledge in use of print design and communication plan management.
    • Knowledge and aptitude working with Adobe Creative suite, content management systems, Microsoft Office including Excel, social media management systems (like Hootsuite), e-mail marketing software, and basic-level skills in web design.
    • Working knowledge of the AP Stylebook, Chicago Manual of Style, and other standard-usage guidebooks.

     For a full description and application procedures see the UIC Job Board where the posting will remain open until July 15, 2015.

  • June 24, 2015 4:13 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Office of Admissions at Colorado State University invites nominations and applications for the position of Assistant Director—Illinois.  Applicants with the following qualifications are encouraged to apply:

     

    Minimum Qualifications

    §   A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution of higher education

    §   Two years of experience in Admissions or College Counseling.  .

    §   Experience giving presentations to groups of various sizes

    §   Demonstrated experience networking and/or building professional relationships

     

    Desired Qualifications

    §   A master’s degree in Higher Education or related field

    §   One year experience as a regional representative (any market) OR one year recruitment experience in Chicago and the Midwest Region.

    §   Demonstrated ability to manage a recruitment territory

    §   Experience counseling/advising transfer students

    §   Demonstrated ability to plan events

    §   Experience using a Customer Relations Management system

    §   Financial aid or scholarship selection experience

    §   Experience with holistic application review

    §   Ability to work independently and/or in a remote setting

    §   Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work collaboratively

    §   Experience working with diverse populations

    §   Bilingual in Spanish and English

     

    This is a full-time, ten-month, permanent professional position.  For more information, see the full job description athttp://vpea.colostate.edu/jobs.   Application materials and nominations will be accepted until the position is filled; however, applicants should submit all application materials by 11:59pm (MDT) on July 6, 2015, for full consideration.  Ideal start date is August 10, 2015.

     

    CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer and conducts background checks on all final candidates.

     


  • June 24, 2015 11:13 AM | Anonymous member

    ELMHURST COLLEGE

    JOB DESCRIPTION

     

    DEPARTMENT: Office of Admission

    POSITION TITLE:         Admission Counselor

    PRIMARY FUNCTION:

    Responsible for recruitment/enrollment initiatives in an assigned territory.  Specifically inform, advise, and counsel prospective students, secondary schools, community colleges, and other organizations about Elmhurst College.  The admission counselor will qualify and convert inquiries into applicants and provide counseling throughout the enrollment process.  Seeks opportunities for expanded recruitment contacts, participate in various recruiting events, and positively contributes to the attainment of new student enrollment goals.

     

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:  

    ·                     Interview prospective first-year and transfer students and families for the purpose of informing them about College programs, admission and financial aid procedures.

    ·                     Present to various groups on college, admission and financial aid opportunities.

    ·                     Plan and execute a schedule of visits and communication with contacts in an assigned territory in order to provide information about Elmhurst College and obtain applicants to the College.

    ·                     Recommend admission and scholarship decisions in an assigned territory. Create and maintain effective, positive relations with territorial contacts through general application of customer service techniques.      

    ·                     Participate in on-campus visitation programs sponsored by the Admission Office.

    ·                     Respond to inquiries and handle correspondence with prospective students.

    ·                     Assist with general administrative, and at times clerical, duties as assigned by the Director and the Associate Director of Admission.

    ·                     Participate in assigned yield strategies to meet enrollment goals.

    ·                     Assume responsibility for auxiliary program assignment such as student ambassador coordinator, alumni admission or faculty liaison.

    ·                     Be knowledgeable about general admission practices and industry trends.

    ·                     Perform other duties as assigned.

     

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    ·                     Bachelor’s Degree required.

    ·                     Well developed skills in verbal/written communication.

    ·                     Understanding of higher education in particular of private liberal arts colleges and their mission.

    ·                     The ability to project a positive image of the institution in an organized, accurate manner.

    ·                     Grasp of admission, financial aid procedures and academic opportunities available is necessary.

    ·                     Must be responsive and adaptable to a fast-paced environment and fluctuating responsibilities.

    ·                     Valid Driver’s License.

     

    WORKING CONDITIONS:

    ·                     High School and other visits are performed in personal automobile, costs reimbursed.

    ·                     Ability to carry and lift display and promotion material, approximately 50 pounds.

    ·                     Evening and weekend hours as assigned.

     

     

  • June 23, 2015 11:07 PM | Anonymous member
    Job Title International Admission Counselor
    Department Admissions - Traditional Undergraduate, Joliet IL
    Position Summary

    The International Admissions Counselor supports, facilitates and coordinates the recruitment plan and activities for both the undergraduate and the graduate and adult undergraduate admissions offices with the focus on enrolling qualified international students.

    Essential Duties & Responsibilities
    • Primary responsibility of conducting student-centered on and off campus recruitment initiatives.
      Support, refine and implement the international recruitment plan.
      Counsel and educate prospective international students on all USF programs, scholarship opportunities, student support services, and on campus work regulations as per federal regulations.
      Utilize all available resources to successfully advise international students from inquiry to enrollment.
      Travel to domestic schools, colleges, education centers, exhibitions, and fairs to recruit and market programs.
      Implement non-travel (“arm-chair”) recruitment strategies.
      Travel to international marketing and recruitment trips.
      Foster relationships with third-party recruiters.
      Gather and monitor data on the effectiveness of third-party recruiters.
      Review and evaluate student applications for admission and scholarship opportunities.
      Provide weekly reports on international student application and enrollment progress.
      Ensure website, social media and other communication channels are kept up to date and appropriate for international markets.
      Support, refine and implement admission related communication plans for international students.
      Serve as a DSO for the university.
      Stay current with all SEVIS/international laws and reports thru regular training.
      Process and disseminate 1-20s for new international students.
      Ensure all new students maintain status in SEVIS and contact students if they are approaching program expiration
      Collect and analyze data to help inform administration of process toward achieving international enrollment goals.
      Coordinate communication and attend regular meetings between Admissions and IPO offices.
      Participate in professional organizations and professional development opportunities to maintain current on trends in international admissions.
      Participate in and promote a culture of continuous quality improvement.
      Other responsibilities will be assigned as necessary.
    Minimum Requirements
    • Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university
      Two years of experience in international admissions and recruitment or advising international populations.
      Diplomacy, organizational, communication, time management and interpersonal skills are essential.
      Adaptability to connect with relevance to prospective students representing multiple stages of life and diverse cultural, linguistic, and religious backgrounds.
      A sincere belief in the value of education is a must.
      Ability to build relationships and network with a variety of stakeholders including university personnel, parents, students, teachers, counselors, alumni, college counselors, and other affiliates.
      Must be a creative and energetic person committed to working in a team environment.
      Proven ability to achieve goals, guide others, and meet deadlines.
      Proven ability to speak in front of small and large groups.
      Working knowledge of personal computer applications (EXCEL, WORD, email).
      Must have own car, insurance and valid driver’s license (mileage reimbursed for university activities).
      Must have a valid U.S. passport.
      Must have web-enabled phone package (monthly stipend to offset service costs).
      Willingness to support the Catholic and Franciscan values of the university
      Ability to perform the physical requirements of the position
    Preferred Requirements
    • Written and verbal fluency in a language(s) other than English
      Experience as a DSO and/or with university SEVIS compliance
      Experience reviewing foreign credentials and verifying foreign transcripts
    Hours/Shift/Work Schedule

    Monday through Friday; some evenings and weekend hours required.

    Physical Requirements of Position

    Work is performed in an office setting with minimal exposure to health or safety hazards. Substantial time is spent working on a computer and using a telephone. Some travel is required using the employee’s own vehicle. This is mostly sedentary work which requires the following physical activities: sitting, walking, bending, stooping, finger dexterity, repetitive motions, talking, hearing and visual acuity. At times will need to lift and carry up to 30 lbs of informational materials, long walking distances, and extended time standing.

    For more details go to stfrancisjobs.

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