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Position Title: Postdoctoral Position

Institution: University of Wisconsin - Madison
Department:
Demography of Health and Aging
Job Description: The Center for Demography of Health and Aging (CDHA) at the University of Wisconsin- Madison invites applications for a postdoctoral traineeship beginning in fall 2021 or winter 2022. The CDHA program is funded by the National Institute on Aging (NIA) and intended to support and develop the research and professional skills of recent PhDs in public health and/or the social sciences (including demography, sociology, economics, and related disciplines). Research at CDHA focuses on theoretical, methodological, and policy issues related to population aging and health. The program has a growing research portfolio examining the interplay between social, economic, geographic, and biological determinants of health and longevity. There is an emphasis on the study of genetic and epigenetic biomarkers and recent initiatives to expand research on cognitive health and disparities.

Postdoctoral scholars devote most of their time to independent research and collaboration with faculty mentors at CDHA. They are also encouraged to affiliate with one of the research studies at CDHA, including the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study (WLS), the Midlife in the United States (MIDUS) study, the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin (SHOW), or other major projects led by CDHA faculty. Faculty affiliates come from a number of departments including Sociology, Economics, Community and Environmental Sociology, Social Work, Population Health Sciences, Public Affairs, Statistics, and Psychology. CDHA provides a research and training environment that is strong in collegiality, computing, geographic information analysis, and administrative services. For more information about the Center, research faculty, and current research activities, please visit our website at http://www.cdha.wisc.edu

Selection will be based on academic potential and compatibility with a faculty mentor. Stipend will be commensurate with experience, based on levels mandated by NIH. In addition, we expect to support travel to professional meetings. The appointment is for one year with the possibility of extending for a second year, contingent on continued funding. To comply with NIH policy, candidates must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States and must have completed all requirements for the doctorate by the time of the initial appointment. Review of application will begin on August 15, 2021 and continue until the position is filled. The appointment will begin at a mutually agreeable time in Fall 2021 or Winter 2022.

To apply, please send (1) Short letter of application that includes your citizenship status, date of availability for the position, and description of your demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion through research, teaching, and/or service; (2) Curriculum Vitae; (3) Research statement (1-2 pages) describing current research activities and a plan for postdoctoral research to be conducted at CDHA. Applicants should describe their background in aging research, if any, and propose an aging-related research project; (4) Examples of publications or other written work; and (5) Three letters of recommendation, submitted directly from the recommender. Please email materials to: Michal Engelman, Training Director, Center for Demography of Health and Aging, University of Wisconsin- Madison (mengelman@wisc.edu).

The University of Wisconsin-Madison is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We seek to recruit diverse postdoctoral scholars to maintain the excellence of our research and ground it in varied perspectives and ways of knowing and learning.

Date Posted: 7/26/2021
Run Date: 8/15/2021

Position Title: Assistant Professor

Institution: Universityof Chicago
Department: 
Public Policy Studies
Job Description:
 The Harris School of Public Policy invites applications for an Assistant Instructional Professor in Public Policy Studies, a dynamic, multidisciplinary major grounded in the social sciences, with substantial inputs from economics, sociology, political science, and law, among other disciplines.

The hire will be expected to contribute to the Public Policy Studies major by developing coursework that contributes to the Public Policy Studies core and elective curriculum, mentoring individual undergraduate theses, assisting in program administration, and building learning experiences that engage students with relevant professional communities. Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate a desire and ability to teach Policy Implementation, a key component of our core curriculum—particularly those candidates with scholarly expertise in the sociology of organizations and/or program or policy implementation expertise. In addition, preference will be given to candidates with experience related to teaching undergraduate practicum courses (courses that involve student field research in service of a government or community-based client). Candidates with expertise in a substantive policy area, including but not limited to health policy and education are particularly welcome.

The position will be a two-year, renewable appointment to begin on or after September 1, 2021. The successful candidate will have a PhD or terminal degree in the social sciences or law and a proven record of teaching excellence and mentoring in at least one field relevant to public policy. A track record of research publications or practitioner experience are also highly desired. Applicants must have a completed Ph.D. by the start date and teaching experience. The Assistant Instructional Professor will teach 4-6 courses per academic year, depending on non-classroom responsibilities.

The position will be part of the Service Employees International Union.

 Applicants must apply online at the University of Chicago’s Interfolio academic job board at: http://apply.interfolio.com/90621. Applicants are required to upload the following materials: 1) a letter of application 2) contact information for 2 references; 3) curriculum vitae; 4) teaching statement that describes prior teaching experience, pedagogical approaches, expertise in public policy studies, and experience mentoring undergraduate students; 5) teaching evaluations and 6) sample syllabi. Review of applications will begin on August 16, 2021 and will continue until the position is filled.

Date Posted: 7/26/2021
Run Date: 8/16/2021

Position Title: Assistant Instructional Professor

Institution: The Center for Scientific Review (CSR) at NIH
Department:
Law and Society
Job Description:
 Assistant Professor to Advanced Assistant Professor. Law and Society. We are seeking a scholar with a substantive focus in the field of sociology of law. We are particularly looking for a scholar who focuses on sociology of policing, in the U.S. or comparative and/or transnational. This could include research on policing, criminal courts, incarceration, drug criminalization, immigrant detention practices, programs of "re-entry,” and the politics of criminal justice policy. Course offerings might include: Sociology of Law; Criminal Justice; Sociology of Policing; Incarceration and Inequality; Immigration and Incarceration; Law, Crime, and Punishment in an Era of Mass Incarceration. Preference will be given to candidates who can contribute to other strengths in the sociology department (please visit https://www.maxwell.syr.edu/soc/Faculty_Research_Areas/) and to Maxwell School-wide priorities.

Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Sociology or a related discipline and must show potential for success in scholarly achievement and productivity, as well as a commitment to graduate and undergraduate teaching. The department seeks candidates whose research, teaching, and service have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and inclusion in higher education. Review of applications will begin September 1, 2021. For consideration, interested candidates must apply at https://www.sujobopps.com/postings/87290 by completing a brief faculty application. Candidates must attach a letter of interest, vita, one publication or writing sample, research statement, teaching statement, and a diversity statement. A list of the names with contact information for three references should be provided at the time of application. Syracuse University is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action institution. The University prohibits discrimination and harassment based on race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender, national origin, citizenship, ethnicity, marital status, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable law to the extent prohibited by law. This nondiscrimination policy covers admissions, employment, and access to and treatment in University programs, services, and activities.

Date Posted: 7/6/2021
Run Date: 9/1/2021

Position Title: Assistant or Associate Professor

Institution: University of Wisconsin - Madison
Department: 
Sociology
Contact Name: 
Joseph Conti
Contact E-mail: 
jconti@ssc.wisc.edu
Job Description:
 The Department of Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison invites applications for a tenure-track or tenured position at the assistant or associate professor rank beginning August 2022. The successful candidate will have a primary appointment and tenure home in the Department of Sociology, will teach and mentor undergraduate and graduate students, engage in scholarly research, and participate in University and professional service. Applicants must hold a PhD prior to the start of the appointment. Research specialization is open; however, we are especially interested in scholars whose research is in the areas of race/ethnicity, health and aging, medical sociology, stratification and inequality, methods (non-specified), organizations, political sociology, economic sociology, or education. Open until filled; deadline for full consideration is September 13, 2021. For additional details and to begin the application process, please go to http://go.wisc.edu/914a91 The University of Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. Diversity and inclusion are primary values for the Department of Sociology as well as other units on campus and are integral to achieving our strategic goals. We seek a diverse set of faculty candidates with an awareness of and commitment to the principles of diversity and inclusion across all spectrums.

Date Posted: 7/26/2021
Run Date: 9/13/2021

Position Title: Assistant Professor

Institution: Lewis and Clark College
Department: 
Sociology
Job Description: Lewis & Clark College, a private liberal arts college with 2,000 undergraduates, invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in sociology beginning fall 2022. We seek candidates whose research and teaching complement the strengths of our Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Areas of particular interest include: Critical criminal justice; education; queer theory; science/technology/health; or other topical/theoretical areas that complement current department strengths. The normal teaching load is five courses per academic year, which can include teaching critical theory and research design and participation in the College’s general education program.

Excellent teaching credentials and an appreciation of the role of research at an undergraduate liberal arts institution are essential. PhD required.  A complete application must include: (1) cover letter of application which includes statements of research interests and teaching experience, as well as a description of how the applicant’s teaching and/or work in the campus community will contribute to a culture of inclusion and campus diversity; (2) curriculum vitae; (3) statement of teaching philosophy and evidence of teaching effectiveness; (4) sample of scholarship (published articles, and/or works in progress); (5) graduate transcripts; (6) three letters of recommendation (uploaded separately by the referees). All materials should be addressed to Jennifer Hubbert, Chair, SOAN Search Committee and must be submitted via Interfolio [http://apply.interfolio.com/90266].

Click “Apply” to create your free account. Review of applications will begin on September 15, 2021 and continue until the position is filled. Lewis & Clark College will conduct background checks on the finalist. Lewis & Clark College adheres to a nondiscriminatory policy with respect to educational programs, activities, employment, and admission.  We do not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, sex, religion, age, marital status, national origin, the presence of any physical or sensory disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or any other basis prohibited by applicable federal, state, and local laws.  The Associate Vice President of Human Resources has been designated to handle inquiries regarding employment- and disability-related non-discrimination policies.  Title IX inquiries may be directed to the Title IX coordinator or deputy Title IX coordinators (https://www.lclark.edu/about/title_ix_compliance).

Date Posted: 7/26/2021
Run Date: 9/15/2021

Position Title: Assistant Professor

Institution: Syracuse University
Department: 
Gender and Qualitative
Job Description: Sociology Associate Professor – Gender and Qualitative Methods We seek a sociologist whose research focuses on gender, who does work in the US or internationally, and who uses qualitative methods, including ethnography, in their research. We are particularly interested in a scholar who works on and can teach courses on gender and intersectionality. Preference will be given to candidates who can contribute to other strengths in the sociology department (please visit https://www.maxwell.syr.edu/soc/Faculty_Research_Areas/) and to Maxwell School-wide priorities.

Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Sociology or a related discipline. In addition, candidates must have a demonstrated record of success in scholarly achievement and productivity, including a substantial research profile on an upward trajectory, as well as a commitment to graduate and undergraduate teaching. The department seeks candidates whose research, teaching, and service have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and inclusion in higher education. Review of applications will begin September 15, 2021. For consideration, interested candidates must apply at https://www.sujobopps.com/postings/87128 by completing a brief faculty application. Candidates must attach a letter of interest, vita, one publication or writing sample, research statement, teaching statement, and a diversity statement. A list of the names with contact information for three references should be provided at the time of application. Letters will be requested at a later stage of the review process. Syracuse University is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action institution. The University prohibits discrimination and harassment based on race, color, creed, religion, sex, gender, national origin, citizenship, ethnicity, marital status, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable law to the extent prohibited by law. This nondiscrimination policy covers admissions, employment, and access to and treatment in University programs, services, and activities.

Date Posted: 7/6/2021
Run Date: 9/15/2021

Position Title: Assistant Professor

Institution: Macalester College
Department: 
Sociology
Job Description: The Department of Sociology invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position at the assistant professor level to begin August 2022. We seek to hire a sociologist whose primary teaching and research interests are in structural or relational approaches to inequality. Potential areas of substantive emphases include, but are not limited to, Urban Sociology, Sociology of Sexualities, Sociology of Health and Illness/Medical Sociology, Environmental Sociology, Sociology of Education, or Sociology of Work. The ideal candidate could also contribute to the teaching of undergraduate research methods (quantitative and/or comparative-historical methods). A conferred Ph.D. in sociology by the beginning of appointment is required. Applicants must demonstrate a strong commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching and evidence of scholarly promise. The normal teaching load is 5 courses/year. Successful applicants may also contribute to the advancement of one of the College’s interdisciplinary programs, including American Studies, Education Studies, Environmental Studies, International Studies, Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Community and Global Health, or Urban Studies. Submit materials to https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/18815. Applications received before October 1, 2021 will be given first consideration. For questions about the position, please contact Erik Larson at larsone@macalester.edu.

Date Posted: 7/26/2021
Run Date: 10/1/2021

Position Title: Managing Director

Institution: Center on the Economics of Reproductive Health
Department: 
Research
Job Description: The Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) is the nation’s preeminent think tank committed to achieving economic equity for women and eliminating structural and institutional barriers to women’s full participation in the workforce and society. IWPR’s mission is to build knowledge and evidence to support policies that help grow women’s economic power and influence in society, close inequality gaps, and improve the economic security and well-being of girls, women, and families. We generate the ideas that build power and economic equity for all women. The Center for the Economics of Reproductive Health at the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) seeks to advance public understanding and awareness of the link between access to reproductive health care services for women and their long-term economic security and well-being. We conduct original research and policy analysis at the intersections of race, ethnicity, class, and reproductive health to improve economic outcomes, and educational and employment opportunities for all women. Statement on Racial Equity and Intersectionality At IWPR, we believe social and economic mobility in the United States is determined and influenced by race, ethnicity, class, gender identity, sexual orientation, and other markers of difference. In working to achieve economic equity and to better understand the experiences of all women in the workforce and in society, we use both racial equity and intersectional frameworks in our research and analysis to help generate strategies and solutions that are grounded in the economic realities of women and families. We also prioritize building an inclusive and welcoming work environment that values the diverse perspectives and experiences of staff in its research and efforts to improve gender and racial equity.

POSITION OVERVIEW
IWPR seeks a Managing Director to lead its new research center, The Center on the Economics of Reproductive Health (CERH). The Managing Director will oversee IWPR’s currently-funded work in this area and fundraise to support new research as well as policy and outreach initiatives to raise awareness of the importance of access to reproductive health services for women’s economic and overall well-being. They will engage in strategic thinking to determine the value CERH can add to the research and policy spaces around reproductive health and develop a cohesive research and policy agenda. They will also position CERH as a hub for high-quality research in this area and a go-to source for policymakers, advocates, and others seeking to advance reproductive justice for all women. The ideal candidate is a dynamic, forward-thinking, experienced, and a collaborative leader. They are a trained economist, political economist and/or possess deep knowledge and experience working on issues related to building women’s long-term economic security and well-being. They also have experience with translating high-level research for broad audiences through op-eds, blogs, reports, briefing papers, or other similar mediums. They are a proven fundraiser with a strong interest in the intersections of research, policy, and practice. They are also adept at building relationships with community partners, national experts, and funders; have experience directing large-scale projects; and have expertise on reproductive health and justice. They will also be detail-oriented, efficient, highly organized, and a strong writer and public speaker. They will hold a strong commitment to gender and racial equity and be driven to generate power and agency for marginalized communities through policy and practice. This position is based in Washington, DC and is full-time, exempt. The Managing Director, Center on the Economics of Reproductive Health reports to the Vice President of Research. Duties and Responsibilities Research Strategy, Vision, and Leadership Develop and implement a cohesive research and policy program and agenda focused the intersections of reproductive health care access and the economic security and well-being for women; Identify and assess emerging research gaps in the field and potential innovations and opportunities for IWPR; Represent IWPR at high-level convenings, conferences and meetings; Nurture and expand existing funding relationships and cultivate new sources.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Ability to perform advanced, complex quantitative data analysis of large datasets and trends, utilizing econometric, network science and/or other statistical methods, including creating data visuals; developing, programing, and fielding online surveys; and conducting interviews and focus groups; Familiarity and experience conducting research and/or policy analysis on issues related to reproductive health, educational and employment outcomes for women, macro and micro economic shocks, and women’s and family economic security; Experience with multivariate statistical methods, survey research and/or qualitative research and design and analysis; Experience using and integrating racial equity and intersectional frameworks and analysis in research study designs, written reports, and briefs; and Ability to write high quality working papers, reports and presentations based on the data work and analysis. Program and Research Management Strong program and project management skills, and ability to manage multiple deadlines and competing demands; Ability to oversee the overall execution of Center research projects and publications including major reports, briefs, government testimony, regulatory comments, data analysis, infographics and other visuals focused on reproductive health care access and economic outcomes for women; Experience managing junior and mid-level level research and program staff; Fundraise and manage donor relationships including writing proposals and grant reports; Work with communications staff to initiate policy campaigns and efforts on key issues and priorities; Coordinate research content and report releases with the other IWPR programs and units; and Organize convenings, symposia, and roundtables with national leaders, scholars, and practitioners and other key stakeholders on issues related to race, ethnicity, gender and the economy. Other Professional and Personal Qualities Excellent written and verbal communications skills, including presentation skills; A strong existing network—the candidate will be known and respected in the progressive research community, bringing existing relationships that will facilitate expansion of our research and policy work; Proven track record of effectively interacting with diverse stakeholders including executives, researchers, practitioners, policy and advocacy organizations, public officials, and Boards of Directors; Superior problem-solving, managerial, and interpersonal skills; Ability to work strategically and collaboratively across the organization; Effective, versatile, and action oriented; and Ability to work well under pressure with tight deadlines and multiple priorities. Education and Experience 7+ years related experience managing high-level projects and programs. A PhD or equivalent experience/expertise in a related field (e.g.  Public Health, a social science discipline, or related field (e.g., economics, sociology, political science, public policy, law etc.). Salary This position is classified as a Researcher V position in IWPR's compensation program. The salary for the Managing Director, Center on the Economics of Reproductive Health is  $115,000 to $150,000 and will be commensurate with experience. IWPR provides competitive salaries and a generous benefits package.

HOW TO APPLY
APPLY VIA OUR CAREERS PORTAL AT https://iwpr.applytojob.com/apply/dumrVpKGlW/Managing-Director-Center-On-The-Economics-Of-Reproductive-Health Please submit a cover letter in addition to your resume. Applications without cover letters will not be accepted. Please direct any questions to jobs@iwpr.org.  Individuals from underrepresented groups encouraged to apply. IWPR is an equal opportunity employer. We consider applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.

Date Posted: 8/2/2021
Run Date: 12/2/2021

Position Title: Managing Director

Institution: Institute for Women’s Policy Research
Department: 
Economic Security, Mobility, and Equity
Job Description: The Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) is the nation’s preeminent think tank committed to achieving economic equity for women and eliminating structural and institutional barriers to women’s full participation in the workforce and society. IWPR’s mission is to build knowledge and evidence to support policies that help grow women’s economic power and influence in society, close inequality gaps, and improve the economic security and well-being of girls, women, and families. We generate the ideas that build power and economic equity for all women. Statement on Racial Equity and Intersectionality At IWPR, we believe social and economic mobility in the United States is determined and influenced by race, ethnicity, class, gender identity, sexual orientation, and other markers of difference. In working to achieve economic equity and to better understand the experiences of all women in the workforce and in society, we use both racial equity and intersectional frameworks in our research and analysis to help generate strategies and solutions that are grounded in the economic realities of women and families. We also prioritize building an inclusive and welcoming work environment that values the diverse perspectives and experiences of all staff.

POSITION OVERVIEW
IWPR seeks a full-time Managing Director for its Economic Security, Mobility and Equity team, to manage its research and efforts focused on building the long-term economic security working women, their families and communities. Specifically, the Managing Director will lead a dynamic team of researchers and advocates committed to  producing high quality research and policy analysis on issues related to workforce development and the future of work; employment and earnings; income security and equitable workplace policies; economic mobility and advancement for women and younger workers in the labor market; and childcare and the care economy. The Managing Director will oversee IWPR’s currently-funded work in key areas and fundraise to support new  research as well as policy and outreach initiatives. They will also develop a strategic plan and vision for the program, identify opportunities to leverage IWPR’s work and research in the field and with key stakeholders, and help position IWPR as a go-to source for policymakers, advocates, and others seeking to build the long-term economic security and well-being of women and families. The ideal candidate is a dynamic, forward-thinking, experienced, and collaborative leader. They are a trained economist, trained social scientist and/or possess deep knowledge and experience working on issues related to building women’s long-term economic security and well-being. They also have experience with translating high-level research for broad audiences through op-eds, blogs, reports, briefing papers, or other similar mediums. They are a proven fundraiser with a strong interest in the intersections of research, policy, and practice. They are also adept at building relationships with community partners, national experts, and funders; have experience directing large-scale projects; and have expertise on reproductive health and justice. They will also be detail-oriented, efficient, highly organized, and a strong writer and public speaker. They will hold a strong commitment to gender and racial equity and be driven to generate power and agency for marginalized communities through policy and practice. This position is based in Washington, DC and is full-time, exempt. The Managing Director, Economic Security, Mobility, and Equity reports to the Vice President of Research. Duties and Responsibilities: Strategy, Vision, and Leadership Develop a programmatic strategy and implement a cohesive research and policy program focused on building the long-term economic security and well-being of working women, their families and communities; Identify and assess emerging research gaps in the field and potential innovations and opportunities for IWPR; Represent IWPR at high-level convenings, conferences and meetings; and Nurture and expand existing funding relationships and cultivate new sources.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Ability to perform advanced, complex quantitative data analysis of large datasets and trends, utilizing econometric, network science and/or other statistical methods, including creating data visuals; developing, programing, and fielding online surveys; and conducting interviews and focus groups; Familiarity and experience conducting research and/or policy analysis on issues related to poverty and income inequality, the wealth gap, the wage gap and pay equity, women’s and family economic security, quality jobs, and/or educational equity and access; Experience with multivariate statistical methods, survey research and/or qualitative research and design and analysis; Experience using and integrating racial equity and intersectional frameworks and analysis in research study designs, written reports, and briefs; and Ability to write high quality working papers, reports and presentations based on the data work and analysis. Program and Research Management Strong program and project management skills, and ability to manage multiple deadlines and competing demands; Ability to oversee the overall execution of IWPR research projects and publications including major reports, briefs, government testimony, regulatory comments, data analysis, infographics and other visuals focused on race, ethnicity, and the economy; Experience managing junior and mid-level level research and program staff; Fundraise and manage donor relationships including writing proposals and grant reports; Work with communications staff to initiate policy campaigns and efforts on key issues and priorities; Coordinate research content and report releases with the other IWPR programs and units; and Organize convenings, symposia, and roundtables with national leaders, scholars, and practitioners and other key stakeholders on issues related to race, ethnicity, gender and the economy  Other Professional and Personal Qualities Excellent written and verbal communications skills, including presentation skills; A strong existing network—the candidate will be known and respected in the progressive research community, bringing existing relationships that will facilitate expansion of our research and policy work; Proven track record of effectively interacting with diverse stakeholders including executives, researchers, practitioners, policy and advocacy organizations, public officials, and Boards of Directors; Superior problem-solving, managerial, and interpersonal skills; Ability to work strategically and collaboratively across the organization; Effective, versatile, and action oriented; and Ability to work well under pressure with tight deadlines and multiple priorities. Education and Experience 7+ years related experience managing high-level projects and programs. A PhD or equivalent experience/expertise in a related field (e.g., economics, sociology, political science, public policy, law etc.) is required. Salary This position is classified as a Researcher V position in IWPR's compensation program. The salary for the Managing Director, Economic Security, Mobility, and Equity is $115,000 to $150,000 and will be commensurate with experience. IWPR provides competitive salaries and a generous benefits package.

HOW TO APPLY
PLEASE APPLY VIA OUR CAREERS PORTAL HERE https://iwpr.applytojob.com/apply/woBNqW8TZO/Managing-Director-Economic-Security-Mobility-And-Equity Please submit a cover letter in addition to your resume. Applications without cover letters will not be accepted. Please direct any questions to jobs@iwpr.org.  Individuals from underrepresented groups encouraged to apply. IWPR is an equal opportunity employer. We consider applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.

Date Posted: 8/2/2021
Run Date: 12/2/2021