Denver Job Description Sample
Project Manager - Colorado & Southwest
The Project Manager is a key member of The Trust for Public Land’s close-knit Colorado & Southwest team. S/he works to acquire and conserve priority lands that enhance and expand access to our public lands, ensure local residents have close-to-home parks, trails and open space and help rural communities fulfill their visions for the landscapes that surround them. S/he uses a broad spectrum of nonprofit land acquisition techniques and sound business practices to produce tangible, lasting on-the-ground results. This position generates support for The Trust for Public Land through donations and the successful completion of real estate transactions.
Colorado and the Southwest (Utah, Arizona and New Mexico) feature some of the nation’s fastest growing metropolitan areas and contain some of the country’s most iconic and ecologically-important lands and waters. The Trust for Public Land has been successful over the past 35 years in conserving about 700,000 acres across the region. Our land protection work ranges from neighborhood parks to national parks. By employing a can-do spirit and a creative, collaborative and entrepreneurial approach, we have developed a reputation as an organization that gets things done, and does so in partnership with local communities, neighborhoods and partner organizations. The person in this position will have a passion for conservation, a great sense of humor and a true zeal for real estate deals. With a primary focus in Colorado, but with the opportunity to work across the region, s/he will play a lead role in advancing and accelerating projects that advance The Trust for Public Land’s “land for people” mission.
- Assumes primary responsibility for identifying, negotiating, documenting and closing real estate transactions with the assistance of Legal and Finance staff.
- Explores potential projects by contacting landowners, nonprofit organizations, local elected officials, community leaders and municipal, county, state and federal public agency staff.
- Assumes primary responsibility for securing interim financing and permanent public funding for land protection projects through existing or new public and private funding sources.
- Develops and implements strategies for acquisition of priority properties and their conveyance to public agencies or other permanent stewards.
- Manages transactions, which involves researching and completing all phases of projects from initial outreach and landowner negotiation, supervision of appraisers, surveyors, and other consultants, to ultimate sale and conveyance to a public agency or non-profit partner.
- Identifies areas in which TPL's interim protection strategy is needed for the preservation of open space lands of critical local, regional, or national importance; develops and maintains portfolio of potential projects; responds to inquiries by individuals, groups, agencies, etc…
- Generates revenues for TPL through transactions and/or fundraising in the private sector.
- Identifies and secures project funding from multiple sources. Good working knowledge of processes for obtaining public, private, foundation, and corporate funding. Captures contacts for TPL database and maintains landowner relationships for fundraising purposes.
- Builds public awareness and understanding of TPL through outreach events, leading meetings, public speaking engagements, fundraising efforts and creating a public presence for TPL.
- Collaborates with national-level Federal Affairs and Conservation Finance teams and local staff and partners to advance policy, funding and other legislative priorities.
- May be involved in programmatic work, such as the coordination of a land acquisition program covering multi-parcel deals.
- Other relevant duties as necessary.
- Interacts with external professionals whom are involved with the purchase and sale of land, including public agency staff, non-profit partners, surveyors, lawyers, planners, appraisers, landowners and elected officials.
- Should be comfortable with public speaking and with representing TPL to the public at outreach events.
- Works independently with occasional guidance from supervisor.
- Works with Federal Affairs, Conservation Finance, Marketing, Philanthropy, Legal, Finance and Field Support teams.
- Bachelor's degree required.
- Minimum of 3-4 years land protection project-related or equivalent land trust or non-profit experience. Experience with land acquisition projects preferred.
- This position requires moderate to heavy travel. Evening and weekend work should expected.
- Superior written and oral communication skills.
- Proficient in computer applications. MSOffice Basics, Internet.
- Demonstrated understanding of real property and tax law, land use planning techniques, environmental assessments, titles and government land acquisition policies/procedures. Politically astute and sensitive.
- Strong, entrepreneurial negotiator, able to secure complicated real estate deals.
- Able to analyze and explain potential tax benefits and financial forecasting. Management of contracts.
- Able to work on complex projects with moderate level of supervision.
- Able to initiate and participate fundraising efforts.
Information Systems Security Officer
- Current Top Secret Clearance with SCI Eligibility
- Eligibility for access to Special Access Program Information
- Willingness to submit to a Counterintelligence polygraph
- Candidate information must be in JPAS to be submitted (Scattered Castles not accepted). Program is a SAP.
Assured Consulting Solutions provides strategic and innovative solutions for customer needs across the business, technology, and organizational spectrum. As a member of our team, you will have the chance to work with customers that are both Government and industry leaders and technology innovators.
We are seeking a highly motivated Information Systems Security Officer to work within Special Access Programs (SAPs) supporting SMC and AFSPC mission areas. The position will provide “day-to-day” support for Collateral, Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) and Special Access Program (SAP) activities.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Review, prepare, and update AIS accreditation packages
- Notify customer when changes occur that might affect AIS accreditation/certification
- Perform AIS self-inspections, provide security coordination and review of all system test plans
- Identify AIS vulnerabilities and implement countermeasures
- Represent the customer on various technical review and inspection teams
- Conduct security surveys at subordinate facilities and gather pertinent security documentation for inclusion into system accreditation packages
- Coordinate, prepare, and track AIS inspections, reports, and responses
- Maintain AIS security records and prepare Co-Utilization Agreements for network nodes operating in government facilities
- Prepare reports on the status of security safeguards applied to computer systems
- Ensure AIS and network nodes are operated, maintained, and disposed of in accordance with security policies and practices
- Perform ISSO duties in support of in-house and external customers
- Assist Department of Defense, National Agency and Contractor organizations with the development of certification and accreditation (C&A) efforts
- Review, track, and conduct AIS training
- Must meet position and certification requirements outlined in DoD Directive 8570.01-M for Information Assurance Technician Level 2 within 6 months of the date of hire
- Must complete training on Joint Security Implementation Guidance (JSIG) and Risk Management Framework (RMF) Information Security Continuous Monitoring (ISCM)
- Must be familiar with security policy/manuals and the appropriate ICDs/JAFANs/DOD Manuals and other guiding policy documents
- Must have the ability to work in a dynamic environment and effectively interact with numerous DOD, military/civilian personnel and industry partners
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel)
- Possess a high degree of originality, creativity, initiative requiring minimal supervision
- Willingness to travel within the organizational Area of Responsibility (AOR) (note - could be extensive, and will include both air and ground transportation)
- Requires Bachelor's degree or equivalent (4 years of experience is the equivalent)
- 3-5 years total related experience, including minimum 2 years of relevant SCI or SAP experience. Minimum 1 year of SAP-related experience highly desired.
Diesel Engine Technician – Level I/Level Ii/Level III
Location: Multiple US Based Locations – Some with Global Travel
Base salary commensurate with experience. Overtime paid for hours worked over 40. Holiday, On-Call or Call Out are paid based on location with a minimum of time and half.
Bonus is paid by the company based on company performance
Benefits: Additional benefits vary between locations and include options such as 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan, Cash Balance Pension Plan, Medical/Dental/Life Insurance, Health Savings Account, Domestic Partners Coverage and a full complement of personal and professional benefits.
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Skills and Experience Notice: Any of the below skills and experience are not all inclusive in being considered. These are suggestive to guide the potential candidate to ensure they are listed within their resume.
- Diagnoses and completes complex repairs to engines either in shop or at the customer’s site
- Engages customers in a courteous and professional manner. Anticipates and ensures prompt and efficient attention to customer needs
- Applies the use of specialized tools and follows documented procedures and policies to diagnose and complete fewer complex repairs, including identifying and preparing required parts and tools
- Performs preventative maintenance activities as per documented schedules and standards on engine and related components in shop or in the field
- Escalates unresolved issues to more experienced Field Service Technicians and/or Supervisor
- Completes required documentation, such as service worksheets, timesheets, warranty claims, quality documents via handwritten forms or business system input screens
- Experience performing all work within Standard Repair Times (SRTs)
- Excellent diagnostic skill and experience
- Ability to carry out full diagnostics using diagnostic tools on different product types with or without supervision depending on skills and experience
- Experience using Insite diagnostic tool
- Properly use parts books, service manuals and QuickServe online
- Experience using Cummins EDS system
Any level of experience from entry to a professional pro with Light Duty Diesel Engines to High Horse Power 30 liter plus engines or Marine Engine experience.
Entry Level: Any level of experience with the below as long as you have at least the following:
- 1 - 3 years consistent work history
- Heavy-Duty external and internal engine rebuild/repair experience
- On highway vehicles with 15-liter engines
- Field Service experience
- Motor Coaches or High Horse Power Engine experience
- Experience with engine horse power 104 HP to 4200 HP
- Any experience with Cummins engine models: QSX, QSK, ISX, ISL, ISM, ISB, ISC Engines
- Experience with Cummins ISX 15, QSK 30 to QSK 78 engines or experience with K19, KT38, K50 and QSK60 to QSK95, QST 30 engines
- Experience with Diesel Engines, including CAT, Detroit, MTU, Cummins, Perkins, Volvo, Navistar, Western Star, Freightliner, Mac, Paccar, Waukesha,
- Experience with High Horse Power Diesel or Natural Gas engines, (30 Liter and up)
- Ability to travel to any global location, if required
- Active and current passport, if needed to perform work
- 14/7 Technician Program – 14 days on call and 7 days off – depending on work location
- 48 hours of pay for each week you are on assignment (14-day shift)
- Overtime paid before 7AM and after 6PM, weekends & holidays
- Cummins, GE Marine Engines or others
- Offshore marine service experience
- Some of the places supported/traveled on a regular basis:
- Trinidad, Angola, Spain, Dubai, Egypt, South Africa, French Guiana, China, Nigeria, Brazil, Malta, Mexico, Aruba, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Alaska, Washington, California, Florida Coast, New York, South Texas Coast, Mississippi Coast, Alabama Coast, and Louisiana
- Pre-establish Go Trailer and Remote Warehouses
- Adheres to all relevant Health, Safety & Environmental policies, procedures and legislation and reports any issues / incidents to their supervisor
- High School Diploma (or GED or High School Equivalence Certificate)
- Post-Secondary Certificate or training as a diesel technician preferred
- Certified MasterDieselTechnician / Mechanic (preferred)
Outside Sales Remote
- * Extremely generous upfront Commissions average $400 to $1200 per account
- * Management and other opportunities are encouraged and available.
- * Residuals LIFETIME FROM DAY ONE with no quotas paid out at 50%
- * First year expected income is between $85,000 & $100000
- * Comprehensive training and sales support.
- * Reliable transportation with a Valid Driver's License
- * Basic Computer skills and access to a Computer, laptop, or tablet.
- * Strong Sales experience is a must, with a proven record of closing Sales
- * A strong focus on exceeding Customer Expectations
- * Strong written and verbal communication skills
- * Self-motivated and results driven
- * Time management skills with the ability to work independently
This is a 1099 Straight commission position. Compensation includes upfront commissions, Monthly bonuses, and 50% lifetime residuals.
If you meet the requirements above and want to join one of the highest rated companies in the industry, Apply today for immediate consideration.
This position requires a minimum of 5 years in the analysis and design of aerospace structures. This experience is to include the analysis and test of aerospace subsystems and components when subjected to static, transient/ steady state dynamic, shock, and random vibration loads. Extensive experience with finite element and numerical analysis techniques in general and the NASTRAN analysis program is required.
Please send qualified resumes to Lentech Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website http://www.lentechinc.com/join-our-team.
Lentech, Inc. provides technology-enabled IT Solutions and Mission Technical Solutions to civil, defense and intelligence customers. Through our accumulated years of experience, industry expertise, and strategic partnerships, Lentech has built mission-critical solutions for our federal and commercial customers. Lentech’s clients achieve full life-cycle support and cost effective managed services supporting enterprise computing and applications initiatives for Government agencies. Lentech’s newly established Mission Technical Solutions Division is focused on providing engineering, operations, I&T and technical services to civil and defense customers primarily in the aerospace fields.
Lentech, Inc. is a performance-based company providing employees with challenging and interesting work, competitive pay and benefits, and opportunities to learn and grow. We focus on providing an environment of fun, sharing, collaboration and connection. Our culture is team oriented, non-hierarchical and entrepreneurial. It gives people a chance to participate and be a factor in the company’s growth and success.
Lentech, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and considers all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender identification, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, protected veteran status, or any other factor prohibited by applicable law. We are proud of the diversity of our staff and seek diversity in our applicants.
Sales Executive - Tech
Routematch is the leading provider of passenger transportation technologies spanning demand response, fixed route, payment, mobile, and on-demand transit solutions. We blend powerful technology and excellent service to equip transit agencies with the right tools to provide accessibility and mobility for every rider in their community. When everyone has access to transportation, individuals, communities, and societies thrive.
The ideal Sales Executive has about 2 years of technical sales experience and has managed the entire sales process from cold calling to contract signing. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, a positive attitude and a desire to win! Must be able to understand and communicate complex technical solutions to a variety of audiences. You might be talking to a C-level one day and a smaller operator the next. Building relationships is key as we have a long sales cycle – typically 12-24 months. Experience selling to government entities is a big plus. Travel is expected at 50% and can live in Denver or Atlanta.
We have some great benefits at Routematch
- Excellent medical, dental, vision and disability insurance plans
- Matching 401k
- Beautiful, open office space in a vibrant midtown location right off 75/85 with a free gym
- Paid parking or public transportation reimbursement
- Strong culture of family, working together and promoting from within
- Bachelor’s degree
- Excellent listening skills with the ability to truly understand a client’s needs
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
- Ability to quickly develop and build relationships over the phone and in person
- Excellent management, organization and presentation skills
- Ability to multi-task and handle numerous responsibilities
- Proactive mindset
- Transportation or logistics industry experience
Routematch is firmly committed to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and to comply with all Federal, State and local laws that prohibit employment discrimination on the basis of age, race, color, gender, national origin, religion, disability, protected veteran status and other protected classifications. This policy applies to all employment decisions including, but not limited to, recruiting, hiring, training, promotions, pay practices, benefits, disciplinary actions and terminations.
As a government contractor, Routematch is also committed to taking affirmative action to hire and advance minorities and women as well as qualified individuals with disabilities and covered veterans.
Project Manager - Associate Chief Of Staff
ZOMALAB seeks to catalyze bold and innovative solutions to issues facing our home regions of Colorado and Chile, with the goal of building resilient, thriving communities that will endure for generations to come. ZOMALAB, a Denver-based family office, is comprised of three platforms, ZOMA Capital, ZOMA Foundation and ZOMA Holdings, between which there are many synergies.
Through ZOMA Capital, we invest in a broad range of market-based sustainable solutions advancing energy, water, and regional economic resiliency in Chile and Colorado. Our global investment portfolio spans multiple asset classes and sectors with an emphasis on addressing environmental and social challenges.
Through ZOMA Foundation, we leverage philanthropy to support systems-level alignment and efficiencies, as well as to pilot, incubate, and prove innovations in our core issue areas, including early childhood development. We believe philanthropy plays an important role in taking risks and accelerating progress and change.
ZOMA Holdings focuses on the management of the family office and supporting the operations of ZOMA Capital and ZOMA Foundation. We provide support in finance and accounting, legal, human resources, information technology, property management and other general operating matters.
At ZOMALAB, we are passionate about the work we do in service to our mission, communities and each other. We strive to be a great place to work, where each of us can fulfill their professional and personal goals by committing to live up to our organizational values and honor our team commitments. We value integrity, service to others, collaboration, boldness of ideas and solutions, and accountability. We commit to trust one another, engage in open dialogue, back decisions made as a team, hold one another accountable and focus on achieving collective results. To learn more about us, please visit www.zomalab.com
About the Role
We are seeking a dynamic, versatile, and resourceful individual to serve as a full-time Associate Chief of Staff and work closely with the CEO of ZOMALAB.
The ideal individual must be service-oriented and a self-starter who enjoys working in a team environment that is mission driven, results driven, and community oriented. They must exercise critical thinking and good judgment in a variety of situations, learn fast and apply excellent project management skills. The Associate Chief of Staff will work independently on projects, from conception to completion, and must be able to work under pressure at times to handle a wide variety of activities and confidential matters with discretion. They will remain flexible and proficient among different work streams, including, but not limited to, corporate, personal, and philanthropic responsibilities.
- Act as a project manager for the CEO working on a variety of initiatives, from organizational culture to operating matters.
- Collaborate closely with team members to successfully execute on cross-functional projects.
- Carry out a mix of duties to support the optimal operations of the family office. The Associate Chief of Staff will help the CEO oversee the daily operations of shared support functions, including but not limited to talent management/HR, financial reporting, legal, IT and Property Management.
- As many of these support functions are outsourced to a larger partner family office, the Associate Chief of Staff will act as a point of connectivity and work in close collaboration with our partner(s).
- Assess and improve current processes and coordinate organizational procedures to ensure the family office services are provided in an efficient and high-quality manner.
- Attend meetings with the CEO and synthesize complex discussions including taking notes, identifying key takeaways, and following-up on actionable items.
- Partner with Executive Assistants to coordinate key administrative tasks for the CEO, including calendar management and planning and coordinating meetings and events.
Characteristics for Success
- A trusted team member, who exhibits integrity, discretion and good judgment every day.
- Committed to serving others and collaborating to achieve the results that define team success. Acts humbly to learn from others, listens actively and engages in open and constructive dialogue to find the best ideas and solutions.
- Passion to do high-quality work, continuously learn and achieve results. Has proven project management skills, including excellent communication, critical thinking, planning skills, conflict management and focus on accountability.
- Brings a great attitude and positive energy, is resourceful to advance projects independently and flexible and adaptable when priorities change.
- Bachelor’s degree
- Minimum of five years of experience in an executive supportive role, preferably as Associate Chief of Staff, Project Manager or experienced Executive Assistant
- Proven success in project management roles, and organizing, directing teams
- Experience with data analysis and highly proficient with office technology platforms
- Ability to pass extensive background checks
- Spanish speaking skills is a plus
- Preferred experience working in small to medium sized organizations
Competitive salary commensurate with experience; comprehensive benefits package including (401K; medical, dental and vision insurance, short-term and long term disability insurance; paid time off and paid parental leave).
We are an equal opportunity employer.
ELA Community And Professional Learning Associate
Who We Are
Open Up Resources is a nonprofit developing the highest quality full-course curricula available to districts, provided for free to promote instructional equity.
We partner with the country’s foremost materials experts to develop superb curriculum and deliver essential implementation support, from professional development to printing. Our mission is to provide students and educators with equal access to rigorous, standards-aligned core programs.
We are seeking a dynamic Community Manager to help bring a growing number of superb, free curricula to K–12 schools across the country.
Our team is driven by our social justice mission to put high-quality curricula in front of as many students and teachers as possible. If you’re a strong marketer and relationship manager, and you’re looking to join a nonprofit that improves learning experiences for kids and educators, we’d love to hear from you.
This is an ideal position for any marketer looking to have a significant impact on K–12 education.
Assist the Growth and Engagement of our ELA Communities (70%)
- Host regular twitter chats for our ELA communities
- Host regular video chats for our ELA communities
- Host virtual book clubs for our ELA communities
- Assist with the management of our ELA Gurus
- Support educators in our ELA communities
- Gather product feedback from our ELA communities and pass it on to appropriate teams for continued product improvement
- Attend conferences/events and facilitate community activities
Assist with Open Up Resources Professional Learning (30%)
- Collaborate with the ELA Professional Learning Director
- Gather and utilize professional learning ideas / information from the ELA communities
- Assist in the design and evaluation of professional learning
- Support the professional learning development for onboarding PL partners
- Provide feedback for professional learning
Reinforce OUR Culture
- Support partnerships with content providers, working with the Senior Leadership to evaluate terms, and reinforcing relationship tenets.
- Model and reinforce the values and culture of OUR in all internal and external interactions.
- Background in K–12 ELA education
- 2 years of professional learning experience
- Experience with social media and/or communications
- Experience working with cross-functional teams to deliver projects on time and on target; experience working closely with third-party partner organizations preferred
- Strong writing skills
- Superior attention to detail and dedication to excellence
- Remote organization; your manager is located in Lexington, KY
- Competitive compensation package, including generous benefits package
- Passionate, high-talent team
Mid Level Data Engineer- Colorado
The Mid-Level Data Analyst on Data Acquisition team will primarily be responsible for working with IT personnel at healthcare organizations to clearly deliver data specifications and manage the holistic process of acquiring client data. They will be responsible for working with clients across different health information systems to deliver data extracts, write code to ingest data, test/validate data and ensure quality data is being ingested into the system. The analyst will need to ability to understand the ingestion pipeline and how data gets from an extract into the Acustream enterprise solution known as Revbuilder. The analyst will also be responsible for quality assuring data and running ad-hoc analyses for the organization and should have strong problem solving skills and attention to detail.
Please reach email@example.com to apply.
1-2 years experience working in an enterprise quality system using some or all of the following:
- Database application or warehousing ETL
- SQL (We use PostgreSql but any SQL experience should be applicable)
- Bash/Unix command line
- Minimum 1-2 years work experience in Data Analysis managing large data-sets
- Understanding of python programming
- Ability to navigate relational database. Tables/procedure/index creation/ad hoc queries
- Strong customer service and client facing communication skills
- Previous experience with Business Intelligence/Data Warehouses a plus
- Experience with Health Information Systems a plus (Epic, GE Centricity, Cerner, IDX, McKesson etc...)
- Previous experience working in Linux Shell, Bash
- Must be comfortable learning new data, processes, and technologies; both software and hardware with a short learning curve and limited supervision
- BS in Computer Science or Information Systems (or any comparable experience/analytical based degree)
Planned Giving Manager-Engagement
The Manager is responsible for developing and implementing effective planned giving strategies for donors and prospects in a specific geographic region in order to successfully negotiate and close outright, blended and planned gifts funded primarily through bequests and other planned giving vehicles.
Utilizing a team approach, s/he will serve as a technical planned giving advisor and partner to the philanthropy staff, state and program leadership and project managers when working with prospects and their professional advisors in order to generate planned gifts that achieve the donor’s philanthropic objectives as well as securing the future financial success of the organization.
This position can be based in either (St. Paul, MN, or Denver, CO)
- Identifies, cultivates, solicits and stewards planned gifts from a portfolio of current and prospective legacy donors with a primary focus on bequest and life income donors located in the Midwest and Southwest
- Accomplishes this work with a donor centered and collaborative approach geared towards strengthening and maintaining positive relationship between individuals and The Trust for Public Land as a whole
- Manages a portfolio of approximately 150 individuals in the defined geographic region and is responsible for securing, planning, and engaging in 50-75 face to face visits annually
- Independently responds to donor and TPL staff inquiries with appropriate information on planned giving tailored to an individual’s specific needs
- Creates compelling, well written correspondence and donor proposals and utilizes relevant software to generate gift illustrations and contracts
- Discusses assets proficiently and listens for opportunities for gifts of assets
- Utilizes software and systems to track key metrics, prioritize activities and analyze portfolio status
- Develops and maintains positive relationships with Trust for Public Land donors and staff at all levels.
- Keeps abreast of changes and emerging issues in planned giving.
In collaboration with the Director of Planned Giving, the Marketing Department, and outside vendors, the Manager
- Manages and implements the overall planned giving marketing strategy
- Develops and executes a national multi-channel program including print and online newsletter articles, advertisements, solicitations, presentations and brochures
- Updates content on the planned giving website and on Canopy, the TPL intranet
- Defines metrics and tracks results of marketing efforts, recommending and implementing course corrections as necessary
- Serves as the primary point person for responses to marketing and facilitates the inclusion of other TPL staff for appropriate and timely follow up.
- Commitment to the mission of The Trust for Public Land
- Minimum of 3 years’ experience in fundraising required with 1-3 years’ experience in planned giving preferred, or transferrable experience working directly with clients in financial services, estate planning or related field
- Demonstrated knowledge of planned giving vehicles and basic estate and financial planning, including the tax implications of charitable giving. Ability to apply this knowledge to address individual donor needs and goals
- Ability to market conservation effectively and with enthusiasm to a varied constituent base
- Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team
- Ability to perform successfully and thrive within a geographically remote reporting structure
- Exceptional planning, organization, time management, analytical, and multi-tasking skills
- Excellent writing, communication, and presentation skills.
- Capacity to work easily and effectively with a wide range of people; adept at building relationships.
- Proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and with one or more CRM tracking systems
- Willingness and ability to travel as needed
- Valid driver’s license with clean driving record required
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