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Friday, May 31, 2013

Mental Health Counselor Therapist (Ft, Lauderdale)


Source: http://miami.craigslist.org/brw/hea/3841225896.html


We are looking for an Individual Counselor and Group Facilitator working for our private program in Ft. Lauderdale as a independent contractor.

- Providing one to one counseling to individuals with behavior and addiction/dependency issues.
- Providing counseling in a daily group setting and to lead weekly support groups.

Qualifications:

* MUST have experience working in counseling, group therapy setting
* High school diploma or GED required; bachelor's degree preferred
* Experience counseling adults with diverse psycho-emotional needs
* Must be able to develop individualized treatment plans
* Strong intuitive skills about people; good judgment and common sense; relate well to others; good listeners, capacity to demonstrate empathy
* ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY

ONLY CANDIDATES WITH RELEVANT EXPERIENCE WILL BE REPLIED TO.

Please reply with
Location: (Ft, Lauderdale)
Compensation: Independent Contractor
Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.

Elementary, High School Counseling and School Psychology positions in Northwest Ohio


 ADMINISTRATIVE POSTINGS  FOR WEEK OF MAY 20, 2013


Copies of the administrative job descriptions are available in the Human Resource, Room 105, Toledo Public Schools, 420 E. Manhattan Blvd., Toledo, Ohio 43608-1267 and will be forwarded to applicants. All applicants must furnish a resume, which should include any community service(s) performed in conjunction with a letter of application.  The letter should include name/address/phone number of immediate supervisor and written permission to contact the applicant’s supervisor for a recommendation.  Please include three (3) or more professional references.  If you are not an employee of Toledo Public Schools, please include a copy of any pertinent certifications, along with your most recent evaluation. Resumes that are emailed will not be accepted. Application deadline: Monday, June 3, 2013, by 4:00 p.m.  Questions, please call 419.671.8220.

ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR, MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS-REPOST
Class 1, 232 days
Qualifications:  BS in Business Administration and/or Construction/Facilities Management, Engineering, or Architecture or equivalent experience.  Five (5) years leadership experience in construction, custodial services, plant management or comprehensive institutional facilities management.  Five (5) years leadership experience in collective bargaining work environment.  Knowledge of Tridium Niagara Integration Software or other energy monitoring software preferred.  Experience in Team Works Software or other work order tracking software required.
Basic Functions:  Responsible for directing and managing the systematic construction, maintenance, cleanliness, appearance, repair and operation of district school facilities.  Reporting to this position are Maintenance & Operations Department (formerly known as Facilities Operations and Pearson Maintenance Center).  Provides leadership that creates a cooperative work environment in which all employees are involved in, and focused on continuously improving the quality, cost and efficiency of services to internal and external customers.  Uses employee involvement, performance improvement planning, fact-based problem solving and process improvement methodologies to manage and improve department performance.

OTES/OPES EVALUATION COORDINATOR-REPOST
Class 3, 222 days
Qualifications:  Elementary Principal, High School Principal, Assistant Superintendent or Superintendent certificate.  Teaching experience.
Basic Functions:  Ensures all provisions for the implementation of the district’s teacher and principal evaluation systems.  Oversees the development and application of the student growth measures related to teacher and principal evaluation accountability.  Is a resource to the district’s leadership teams, such as the Race to the Top Transformational Team and District Leadership Team.

PRINCIPAL, ELEMENTARY, WHITTIER-REPOST
Class 4, 222 days
Qualifications:  Elementary Principal, Assistant Superintendent, or Superintendent certificate.  Teaching experience
Basic Functions:  The Elementary Principal is the educational leader of the school  As such he/she will administer, supervise, promote, and direct the implementation of the educational policies and procedures for his/her assigned building.

PRINCIPAL, ELEMENTARY, BYRNEDALE
Class 4, 222 days
Qualifications:  Elementary Principal, Assistant Superintendent, or Superintendent certificate.  Teaching experience
Basic Functions:  The Elementary Principal is the educational leader of the school  As such he/she will administer, supervise, promote, and direct the implementation of the educational policies and procedures for his/her assigned building.

PRINCIPAL, ELEMENTARY, ROSA PARKS
Class 5, 222 days
Qualifications:  Elementary Principal, Assistant Superintendent, or Superintendent certificate.  Teaching experience
Basic Functions:  The Elementary Principal is the educational leader of the school  As such he/she will administer, supervise, promote, and direct the implementation of the educational policies and procedures for his/her assigned building.

SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST-REPOST
Class 5, 222 days
Qualifications:  School Psychologist certificate.
Basic Functions:  Delivers comprehensive psycho-educational services to children, staff, and parents.

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL, ELEMENTARY-REPOST
(3 needed)
Class 6, 212 days
Qualifications:  Elementary Principal, Assistant Superintendent, or Superintendent certificate.  Teaching experience.
Basic Functions: Assists the principal in all duties as outlined in the job description. Acts as principal in his/her absence.

GRANT MANAGER/FACILITATOR OF FEDERAL PROGRAMS-REPOST
Class 6, 212 days
Qualifications:  Principal or Administrative certificate.  Administrative experience and knowledge of Federal & State program requirements preferred.  Computer Competency preferred.
Basic Functions: Implement and monitor all Federal Title I rules and regulations, collect student data for evaluating and reporting, assist in the budgeting process, and assume responsibility for all area Federal programs paper work.  In addition, to increase Parental Involvement in the educational process, consistent with federal program guidelines.









COUNSELOR, HIGH SCHOOL
(2 needed)
Class 8, 202 days
Qualifications:  Must possess a current and valid School Counselor certificate issued by the Ohio Department of Education.
Basic Functions:  The High School Counselor will coordinate, communicate, collaborate, and advocate for the emotional, psychological, physical, social, career, and educational needs o fthe student.  The counselor participates in the development and is responsible for an assigned portion of the school guidance program, based on Secondary School Guidance Counselor DACUM Chart (7/96).

COUNSELOR, ELEMENTARY-REPOST
(2 needed)
Class 8, 202 days
Qualifications:  Must possess a current and valid school Counselor certificate issued by the Ohio Department of Education.  Successful elementary classroom teaching experience (2 years minimum) preferred.
Basic Functions:  The child is the focus.  The elementary counselor will coordinate, communicate, collaborate, and advocate for the emotional, psychological, social, career, and educational needs of the child.

FOREMAN, MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS
Class 8, 232 days
Qualifications:  High School Diploma or equivalent.  Experience in custodial services, plant management or skilled trades required.  Experience in supervising staff.  Three (3) years preferred.
Basic Functions:  Plans, organizes, directs, controls and evaluates all activities involved in the physical maintenance and operations of all District facilities.

DEAN OF STUDENTS, HIGH SCHOOL
(3 needed)
Class 8, 197 days
Qualifications:  Masters degree preferred. Pupil Personnel or Counselor certificate preferred.  Proper teaching certification as required by state i.e., elementary certification for elementary dean, secondary certification for high school.
Basic Functions:  Assists in functions related to pupil personnel services.

DISTRICT MANAGER
Class 8, 232 days
Qualifications:  High School Diploma.  Minimum of five (5) years of experience in food service industry in managing a multi-unit operation preferred.  Minimum two (2) years experience in a school setting as a supervisory position in a multi unit operation preferred.  Food Safety, ASAP and HAACP knowledge preferred.  Knowledge of Health Inspection regulations and proper regulation within food service.
Basic Functions:  Supervises and directs the Food Service breakfast and lunch program, Head Start snack program in Toledo Public Schools and other auxiliary Food Service activities.  Visits schools to assure compliance of menus and all food services standards and procedures with Federal, State, and Local regulations.
COORDINATOR, WORK STUDY CROSS CATEGORICAL-REPOST
Class 10, 207 days
Qualifications:  Valid teaching license in DH, Mild to Moderate Intervention Specialist or Severe to Intensive Intervention Specialist.  Three (3) years CD teaching experience-one(1) at high school level.
Basic Functions:  Provides an instructional program that will assist each student to help develop and evaluate his/her work skills.  Gives each student an opportunity to apply those work skills in a realistic situations.  Provides supervision and counseling before, during, and after skills center placement.  Provides supervision and counseling during and after job placement.


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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Help Prevent High-Risk Drinking Among College Students

United States Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration - A Life in the Community for Everyone: Behavioral Health is Essential to Health, Prevention Works, Treatment is Effective, People Recover
Here's a Challenge: Help Prevent High-Risk Drinking Among College Students
There's a new opportunity for individuals and organizations to help prevent high-risk drinking among college students. SAMHSA is seeking solutions to this problem through cost-effective, portable, technology-based products that effectively reach a diverse population of college students and their parents, as well as administrators, faculty, and staff. These products should be adaptable to meet the local needs of academic institutions throughout the United States.
Enter the challenge by developing your own web or mobile application, SMS, podcast, or other technology or online product that addresses the issue of high-risk drinking among college students. First place will receive $60,000, second place will receive $30,000, and third place will receive $10,000. Put your skills to work by helping SAMHSA address this key issue. You still have until July 7, 2013, at 11 p.m., eastern time, to submit your product!

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

2013-2014 ACES Research Grant Award


On behalf of ACES, the Research Grant Award Committee is pleased to announce we are now accepting applications for the 2013-2014 ACES Research Grant Award.  If you have any questions, feel free to email the ACES Research Grant Committee Chairperson, Tracy Stinchfield at tstinchfield@immaculata.edu.

ACES Research Grant Award Committee
Call for Proposals
2013-2014
**ACES Award recipients will be announced at the ACES luncheon at the ACES Conference in Denver!**

Purpose:  The purpose for this call for proposals is to fund studies that increase understanding of professional development in Counselor Education and Supervision.

Who May Apply: The competition is open to both professional and student members of ACES. Because of their need and because of the limited funding available for student research, student researchers are especially encouraged to apply. Individuals may submit (or be part of a submission team) for only one proposal. Multiple submissions by any researcher (individually or as part of multiple research teams) will not be accepted.

Proposal Format: Proposals must adhere to the following:
·       Typed in 12 point font, double spaced, with one-inch margins.
  • The Proposal document may be a maximum of four pages.
-References may be added in addition to the 4 page limit.
- Attachments submitted as part of the proposal beyond the 4 page limit will not be reviewed by the committee.
-The Application Form, sent as a separate document, is not part of this page count.
·       Submitted documents must be in EITHER Microsoft Word or Rich Text Format.  NO OTHER WORD PROCESSING FORMAT WILL BE ACCEPTED.
  • Submit one “blind” copy of the proposal*, and;
  • One copy of the proposal with author identification, AND;
  • The Application Form as three separate attachments to the acting Committee Chair Tracy Stinchfield at tstinchfield@immaculata.edu on or before August 2, 2013.
Recommended Proposal Outline:
Rationale
Methodology
Ethical considerations
Budget
Plan for Dissemination
References

Application Evaluation
Evaluation Criteria:  Research proposals will be evaluated by a panel of reviewers using the following criteria:
a.        Qualifications of the Researcher:
·      The researcher is a regular or student member of ACES, and the researcher has submitted only one proposal for funding in this year’s grant program.
b.       Quality of the Proposed Research:
·   Proposed topic is within the scope of Counselor Education and Supervision (20 points possible)
·   Relevance of research to Counselor Education & Supervision as evidenced by the literature review (25 points possible)
·   Research Methodology (i.e. the methodology proposed follows accepted practice for research of that kind) (25 points possible)
·   Applicable ethical standards for research with human subjects (15 points possible)
c.       Financial Need:
·   Clear, itemized, and research-focused budget (10 points possible):  The budget for the research project seems sound given the nature and scope of the proposed project (only the expenses budgeted for the actual conducting of the study will be considered; travel or presentation expenses will not be considered), and the project is not substantially supported by any other funding source (budget statements must include a statement of other funds being used to support the project).
·   Funds may not be used for time compensation, including GA work, unless you provide the “employee” with a 1099 Form submitted to the IRS, so that they are taxed appropriately. The budget may include payment for time ifthe recipient (e.g., transcription company, statistical consultant) accounts for the self-employment or business income and provides a receipt. Receipts must be maintained by the Primary Researcher and made available should ACES request the records.
d.   Plan for Dissemination:  A clear, feasible, and appropriate plan for dissemination of research findings (5 points possible).  As a condition of the acceptance of the grant award, the researcher is required to complete one of the following by October 30th of the year subsequent to receiving your award:
·      Provide a copy of the proposal to present the research results as a poster session at the ACA World Conference or ACES National Conference;
·      Provide a copy of the proposal to present the research results as an education session at the ACA World Conference or ACES National Conference;
·      Provide to the Research Grant Committee Chair a copy of the manuscript of the research results that has been submitted to a refereed journal for publication consideration.      
e.     “Acknowledgment of Support” Agreement: The researcher will include an acknowledgment of ACES financial support of the project in all reports, presentations, or publications related to the supported project.
Deadline Reminder

Deadline for Submission:  The deadline for submission is August 2, 2013.  Your email attachments must include:

·      One “blind” copy of the proposal**
·      One copy of the proposal with author identification
·      One application form
  • The Application Form as three separate attachments to the Acting Committee Chair Tracy Stinchfield attstinchfield@immaculata.edu  on or before August 2, 2013 in EITHER Microsoft Word or Rich Text format. NO OTHER WORD PROCESSING FORMATS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

Grants will be announced at the 2013 ACES luncheon at ACES in Denver. Recipients will be notified by September 2013.

Requests for further information should be directed to:
Tracy A. Stinchfield, Assistant Professor
Acting Chair, ACES Research Grants Committee
Immaculata University
Address:  1145 King Road P.O. Box 521
    Department of Graduate Psychology
    Immaculata, PA 19345-0512


Requests for information may be made via hard copy postal mail or E-mail.

Proposals must be submitted as an email attachment as described above. Neither faxed nor mailed “hard” copies of proposals will be considered.



**NOTE: A “blind” copy contains not only no name, but no identifying information about the author(s) or their location in the title pages, page headers, or text of the proposal. Proposals containing any identifying information or submissions that do not include one “blind” copy will be disqualified.




ACES RESEARCH GRANT
APPLICATION FORM
2013 - 2014

Principal Researcher Name:____________________________________
Address:_____________________________________________________           
City:______________________        State:   _____              Zip: ________
Work Phone: (     )                              Home or Mobile Phone : (     )                       
E-mail Address: __________________________________
Institution: _______________________________________    
[Include here the name(s), title(s), and institution(s) of any additional researcher(s)

1)


2)


3)


Title of Research: _____________________________________________________________

Qualifications of principal researcher:
I am a member of ACES                                                                                 No (  )             Yes  (  )
 If “Yes”, what category                                                                                 Student  (  )     Regular (  )
This proposal is my only submission for this grant                                      No (  )             Yes  (  )

Financial need:
Is this project fully or substantially supported by another funding source? No (  )             Yes (  )

If “Yes”, what source(s)                                                                                                         _____

If “Yes” what amount is being funded by another source? _______________________________

I am willing to include an acknowledgment of ACES financial support of the project in all reports, presentations, or publications related to the supported project.                         No (  )                        Yes (  )

Plan for Dissemination, Acknowledgment of Support, Agreement:  I am willing to complete one of the following by October 30th of the year subsequent to receiving the grant award:

1)   Provide a copy of the proposal to present the research results as a
      poster session at the ACA World Conference                                         No (  )             Yes (  )

2)   Provide a copy of the proposal to present the research results as an
      education session at the ACA World Conference, or                               No (  )             Yes (  )

3)   Provide to the Research Grant Committee Chair a copy of the
      manuscript of the research results that has been submitted to a
      refereed journal for publication consideration.                                         No (  )             Yes (  )
******************** See www.CESNET-L.net for information on how to sign-off, sign-up, and use the

2013 FSCA Keynote Speakers and Important Links

Keynote Speakers


FSCA 2013 Convention Keynote Speakers

Friday, November 1, 2013
Keynote FL School Counselors bio and detail.docx Read-Only - Microsoft Word 2013-05-28 10-31-43Rick Phillips is Executive Director and Founder of Community Matters, a national nonprofit organization whose mission is to collaborate with schools and communities in creating safe and inclusive environments where all youth and adults thrive. Rick has been interviewed on The Today Show and CNN Headline News and is the lead author of: Safe School Ambassadors: Harnessing Student Power to Stop Bullying and Violence (Jossey-Bass/Wiley, 2008) and “Ten Years after Columbine: School Violence-Prevention Report Card.”

Keynote: Whole School Climate: Creating Safer and Bully-Free Schools from the Inside-Out 
Despite national efforts bullying, harassment and cyber-bullying continues to negatively impact our schools, affecting student achievement, behavior and the overall school climate. Making schools safer requires a whole school climate change approach. This presentation will introduce a blueprint for building safer, successful and high performing schools. We will explore best practice models, resources and programs and activities that achieve systemic and sustainable results in these challenged times.
Saturday, November 2, 2013
short bio - Joyce V  Brown 1.pdf - Foxit Reader 2013-05-28 10-32-45Dr. Joyce V. Brown is an experienced educator with forty years of professional experience in the areas of student development and school counseling. Her 34 year school level career was spent at Kenwood Academy, a large urban public school in Chicago, Illinois, where she created numerous programs focused on student leadership, curriculum development and student engagement. In 2004, she became a district administrator and joined the CPS Department of Postsecondary Education and Student Development, as Manager of Secondary School Counselors. In this capacity she provided professional development to over 400 high school counselors that supported the realignment of their work to the data driven American School Counseling Association (ASCA) national model. She currently serves as a CPS Counseling Consultant, Ed Trust Consultant and Consultant to the College Board National Office of School Counseling Advocacy (NOSCA). She is President and CEO of the recently founded Academy for Counselor College and Career Readiness that provides professional development workshops focused on drop out prevention and college matriculation to schools and school districts.

Dr. Brown is a national board certified counselor (NBCT) and a recognized counselor leader. Her research area is grade 8 to grade 9 transitions and she has developed a 12 Touch Freshman Transition Model. She has presented at numerous local and national conferences and holds a doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from Northern Illinois University.

Keynote: Lead With The End In Mind: Ensuring College Readiness, Access and Success for All Students 
The national education reform agenda calls for increased college and career readiness for all students. Embracing the ASCA framework of Advocacy, Leadership, Collaboration and Systemic Change, school counselors must become visionary leaders and implement interventions that close student achievement gaps and support increased student achievement. Whether you are a new counselor or a seasoned veteran, your action plan must include effective data-driven leadership practices. This session will highlight counselor leadership strategies resulting in students acquiring the knowledge and skills required to graduate college and career ready.
Important Convention Links:
Hotel Reservations for the 2013 Convention.
Purchase Recognition Banquet Tickets Only (without convention registration)

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Issue #139 of the SchoolCounselor.com eNewsletter is now online!

Issue #139 (May 23, 2013) of the SchoolCounselor.com
eNewsletter is now 
online
!
The SchoolCounselor.com eNewsletter is an electronic newsletter designed to advance counselors' level of technological literacy, application, and integration. You will find practical solutions and answers to technology related problems, especially as they apply to your job as counselor. If you would like to share a tip or trick, or if you would like to ask a question, e-mail Russ Sabella atnews@schoolcounselor.com

School Counseling Jobs in North Carolina


If you go to the DPI website: http://schooljobs.dpi.state.nc.us/Home you can apply to any district in the state via one application. All counties do not show their openings on the DPI site, so you will need to go to their individual county site. You can find that via the map (school districts) on the DPI site. In my experience, the larger counties don't always want to hire someone from out of state, so a smaller county may be where to start.

NCES Releases The Condition of Education 2013

NCES Releases The Condition of Education 2013

Today, Thursday, May 23, Commissioner Jack Buckley, National Center for Education Statistics, released The Condition of Education 2013. The 42 indicators presented in The Condition of Education 2013 provide a progress report on education in America and include findings on the demographics of American schools, U.S. resources for schooling, and outcomes associated with education.

Report findings include:

- As of 2012, about 90 percent of young adults ages 25 to 29 had a high school diploma or its equivalent and 33 percent had a bachelor’s or higher degree. Annual median earnings in 2011 were higher for those with higher levels of education. For example, 25- to 34-year-olds with a college degree earned over twice as much as high school dropouts.

- In 2011, almost two-thirds of 3- to 5-year-olds were enrolled in preschool, and nearly 60 percent of these children were in full-day programs. At the elementary and secondary level, there were about 50 million public school students in 2011, with nearly 2 million of them in charter schools. Postsecondary enrollment in 2011 was at 21 million students, including 18 million undergraduate and 3 million graduate students.

- At the elementary and secondary level, about 1 in 5 public schools was considered high poverty in 2011, meaning that 75 percent or more of their enrollment qualified for free or reduced-price lunch, a number that was closer to 1 in 8 in 2000. In 2009–10, some 3.1 million public high school students, or 78.2 percent, graduated on time with a regular diploma.

- In postsecondary education, about 56 percent of male students and 61 percent of female students who began their bachelor degree in the fall of 2005, and did not transfer, had completed their degree by 2011. In that year, 1.7 million bachelor’s degrees and over 700,000 master’s degrees were awarded.

To view the full report when it is released please visit
http://nces.ed.gov/pubsearch/pubsinfo.asp?pubid=2013037

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Guardian ad Litem Program is currently seeking a Case Coordinator 1


The 20th Circuit Guardian ad Litem Program is currently seeking a Case Coordinator 1 to join its Lee County office. This is responsible professional work, coordinating the advocacy of the best interests of abused, neglected and abandoned children. The case coordinator works with volunteers to gather information relating to the case and give recommendations and written reports to the court. The case coordinator attends court hearings, depositions, case plan conferences, dependency mediations, staffings, and meetings with the Department of Children and Families and other social service agencies.

The case coordinator assigns tasks to volunteers to expedite case work and promote timely permanency objectives. EDUCATION AND TRAINING GUIDELINES Bachelor's degree from an accredited four year college or university with a major in sociology, social work, psychology, child development, education, communications, or a related social science, and one year of experience in a program of social service, counseling, teaching, or supervising volunteers. Interested applicants should download a State of Florida employment application form and mail or fax to: Guardian ad Litem Program Attn: Linda Rowan 2075 West First Street, Suite 300 Fort Myers, FL 33901 Fax No.: 239-337-1380 Telephone No.: 941-613-3233

See the complete job posting at
https://jobs.myflorida.com/viewjob.html?optlink-view=view-628839&ERFormID=newjoblist&ERFormCode=any

Closing Date: 5/30/2013

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

How a Longer School Day Can Improve Academics



Since Edwards Middle School in Boston added three hours to their school day through the Expanded Learning Time Initiative, they have seen great improvements both academically and in the overall school culture and environment. See how they used the additional time to such good effect.

Mental Health Counselor (Denver metro)


Source: http://denver.craigslist.org/npo/3807182664.html

Third Way Center is seeking a full-time mental health counselor to work as a member of a multidisciplinary treatment team in one of our residential facilities.
Qualifications: B.A. or equivalent in social work or related field. Additional experience could offset educational requirements. Ability to take direction and work as a team player.
The candidate will also possess a valid Colorado driver's license, have a sufficient driving record, the ability to obtain QMAP, and CPR/First Aid certification. Additionally, the candidate must pass an extensive background check as well as the Diana Screen.

If qualified, submit resume and cover letter to the email address for this posting.

Third Way Center, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Location: Denver metro
Compensation: Based upon experience and qualifications
This is at a non-profit organization.
Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
Please, no phone calls about this job!
Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.

Department Of Veterans Affairs LMHC

Read more here.


Job Title:Licensed Professional Mental Health Counselor (LPMHC)
Department:Department Of Veterans Affairs
Agency:Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
Job Announcement Number:VC-13-252-893292-AMB

SALARY RANGE:

$57,408.00 to $74,628.00 / Per Year

OPEN PERIOD:

Thursday, May 16, 2013 to Thursday, June 06, 2013

SERIES & GRADE:

GS-0101-11

POSITION INFORMATION:

Full Time - Excepted Service Permanent

DUTY LOCATIONS:

1 vacancy in the following location:
Kalispell, MT United StatesView Map

WHO MAY APPLY:

United States Citizens

JOB SUMMARY:

Vacancy Identification Number (VIN): 893292

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