Automotive Engineer Job Description Sample
Automation's Controls Engineer / Automotive Plant
· This position is responsible for the supervision of skilled robotic/controls technicians in a multi-shift environment.
· Duties consist of guiding technicians on a daily basis with maintaining, repairing, and installation of all automated equipment, including heavy ton stamping presses, transfer presses, automation, robotic lines and standard / complex machinery.
· Responsible for implementing and managing automation asset inventory, spare parts management, program change logs, program back up data base and safety precautions as it pertains to automation.
· Other duties include assisting plant operations with engineering solutions, commissioning of new production equipment, and product launches.
· Minimum 7-10 years industrial automation experience focused on automation controls and robotics.
· 3-5 years supervision experience in a heavy manufacturing environment is preferred.
· A degree in a related technical field such as Engineering or trade designation is preferred.
· Extensive experience in programming, editing, and troubleshooting programmable controllers, primarily Allen Bradley.
· Ability to troubleshoot multiple types of communication platforms (Ethernet, Control Net, Device Net, etc.).
· Ability to program and manipulate operator interfaces.
· Extensive knowledge of motor controls for both AC and DC equipment.
· Qualified candidate must be able to interpret electrical schematics for troubleshooting control cabinets and general electrical circuits.
· Experience with programming and troubleshooting six axis robots. (Kawasaki, Nachi, Motoman, etc.).
· Experience with Medar Controls for Medium Frequency DC welding is a plus.
· Candidate must have leadership ability and the ability to work well in a team environment.
Weld Engineer Automotive Plant
Outstanding Company looking for a Weld Engineer full relocation package
· Review and approve all new weld equipment / cells and designs. (incl. the prints, specifications and other documentation for product requirements)
· Develop and validate all welding processes to the product specification and to the equipment specification.
· Ensure all weld parameters and weld equipment meet and exceed Customer quality expectations.
· Ensure the proper weld destruct methods and analyses are conducted in accordance with requirements.
· Work jointly with Process Engineer and/or Program Management to meet timelines of assigned project.
· Ensure that all engineering changes are completed to the Customer schedule and satisfaction.
· Review weld equipment / cell purchase orders and engineering files for correct data to ensure proper tool and equipment build.
· Request weld destructs at plant facilities providing all documents, prints, specifications, parts and fixtures.
· Support Plant Maintenance or Manufacturing on weld issues, as assigned.
· Support early containment at plant and Customer launch./ support Customer PPAP submission and approval activities.
· Support internal changes and continuous improvements as required.
· Provide training on weld engineering, quality of welds and weld parameters to other employees as needed to improve the overall knowledge and abilities of staff
· University or College graduate with Engineering degree/diploma with emphasis in electrical, mechanical or welding.
· Minimum of five years work experience in related field of metal joining and welded assembly. Automotive experience preferred
· Work experience must contain communication skills and time management.
· This must be supplemented with the ability to read GD&T, statistical process control, process measurement, computer skills for office administration, blue print reading and personal skill for customer relations.
· Candidate must have leadership ability and the ability to work well in a team environment.
Senior/Principal Application Engineer (M/F/D) Automotive Ethernet Products
NXP Semiconductors enables secure connections and infrastructure for a smarter world, advancing solutions that make lives easier, better and safer. As the world leader in secure connectivity solutions for embedded applications, we are driving innovation in the secure connected vehicle, end-to-end security & privacy and smart connected solutions markets.
The applications team within the Automotive Ethernet Solutions group is responsible for providing technical support to the worldwide customer/field application team, sales team and directly to customers worldwide. Our team is well recognized within the automotive market as experts and belongs to the cross-industry community that introduces novelties in car networking. The location of this vacancy is Hamburg, Germany.
Please check this video to learn more about NXP's Automotive Ethernet Solutions group: http://www.nxp.com/video/automotive-ethernet-the-future-of-in-vehicle-networking:FUTURE-OF-IN-VEHICLE-NETWORK
Your tasks and responsibilities:
Responsible for all customer application support activities for Ethernet switch products and their application in in-vehicle Ethernet networks
Respond to technical customer questions, perform code and schematic reviews
Reproduction and verification of customer issues; on-site support to identify and debug problems both in software and hardware
Create customer facing technical documents (application notes, white papers, FAQ's, product & solutions training material, …)
Organization of training and workshops with automotive manufacturers and their electronic subsystem suppliers
Initiate, lead and maintain the design of development tools, demonstrators, reference designs
Contribute to thought leadership activities through conferences, trade fairs, articles, etc.
Cooperate with other application teams within own company to create complete system solution packages
Required and desired skills and experiences:
Relevant years of experience embedded hardware/software development automotive semiconductors & electronics.
Hands-on experience with Ethernet switches and an understanding of 802.1 switching protocols
Knowledge of Ethernet switch SoC products with embedded uC and according network implementations
AVB/TSN/PTP/1588 experience is beneficial
Knowledge of the automotive market and customers is plus
Software knowledge; working with microcontrollers C/C++; Low Level Drivers, Real Time Operating System
Ideally some hands-on experience of high speed board design, layout
Excellent communication skills and able to present in front of customers
Superior problem solving and debug capabilities
Your education and personality:
University degree in Electronics, Communications, Computer Science, or similar
Very good communication skills and a collaborative, cross-cultural mind-set
Independent working style, willingness to listen and to adapt, open for new ideas
Fluent in English
NXP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer regardless of age, color, national origin, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, marital status, status as a disabled veteran and/or veteran of the Vietnam Era or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, NXP will provide reasonable accommodations for otherwise qualified disabled individuals.
Test Engineer - Barrier / Automotive Crash Testing
Working in Calspan's state of the art automotive crash facility in Buffalo, New York, the Test Engineer will provide guidance and direction within Calspan's Crash Test Operations group, specifically focused on barrier certification testing. A customer centric, close knit, hardworking, accountable and responsible team who leverage their strong technical aptitude and experience to provide world-class automotive crash test services.
"Hands-on" position in which the Test Engineer interacts with others to prepare and execute tests in an accurate and timely manner; reviews data and prepares reports in an accurate and consistent basis in line with industry best practices.
Interpret test results, compile data and generate all test reports accurately and on time.
Work closely with staff and customers to develop innovative performance measurement and analysis methods. Convert customer requirements into detailed, logical and practical Project and Test Plans.
Work with technicians and mechanics to set-up equipment, test articles and facilities in order to prepare for and execute tests.
Execute tests in a professional and timely manner, consistent with general laboratory practices.
Preferred Education / Experience:
- Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering or related discipline
- 3+ years in a testing environment;
- A combination of education and experience equivalent to above
Preferred Knowledge / Ability:
Hands-on experience in a test environment
Read and interpret engineering plans and specifications
Define problems, collect data, establish facts draw valid conclusions and make specific recommendations
Write accurate, consistent and well written reports
Understanding of electrical sensors and ability to trouble shoot electrical problems
Microsoft Office 2007
Must be able to work outside in all weather conditions
Benefits Package: Our goal is to provide Calspan employees and their families with a comprehensive and competitive benefits package. Our benefits include: Health Insurance, Health Savings Accounts, Flexible Spending Accounts, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Life Insurance/Accidental Death & Dismemberment, Short-Term/Long-Term Disability, 401(k) company match on first 4%, Critical Illness Insurance, Universal Life Insurance Policy, Paid-Time Off, Company-paid Holidays, Bereavement Leave, Jury Duty, Military Leave, Employee Assistance Program and Educational Assistance Reimbursement.
Automotive Systems Engineer
ESG Automotive is the go-to source for electrical engineering consulting in the automotive industry. Join ESG Automotive's team and help create the technology of tomorrow.
Job Title: System Engineer
Location: Metro Detroit, MI
What you'll be doing:
Define CAN system requirements
Develop vehicle topology
Write system and subsystem specifications
Capture issues found in customer issue management system
Lead / participate in issue resolution activities during development, vehicle launch, and/or warranty periods
Define CAN messaging
Define gateway specifications
Develop vehicle message matrix
Support effort on incorporating module(s) into vehicle electrical systems.
What you need for this position:
2+ years of experience electrical engineering within the Automotive Industry
BSEE or BSCE
Preferred: CANalyzer experience
What's in it for you:
Competitive compensation with bonuses
Excellent benefits including:
Employer paid Life and AD&D Insurance, Short-term and Long Term Disability Insurance
401k with employer match and immediate vesting
Flexible Spending Account
Generous paid time off package including Vacation, Personal/Sick, and Holiday
Employee Referral Program
Employee Assistance Program
Travel Assistance Program
Dynamic place to work with variety of projects
Strong work/life balance
Opportunity for growth
Let the innovative developments and newest technologies in the world of electronics captivate you.
ESG Automotive Inc. is a sound and steadily growing company. As a member of the ESG Group, we are able to offer committed employees the professional environment of an internationally active company with locations in the USA and Europe. For four decades, the ESG Group has been developing, integrating and selling electronics and IT systems and is regarded as a high-tech company for technology transfer between different markets.
Due to our broad range of customers and our activities in future-oriented industries, we offer challenging tasks and activities. Technology and consulting are entwined in all areas of our business. Shorter chains of communication and an open corporate culture make for a straightforward and pleasant working environment in which our employees are able to grow and develop.
As we operate in the high-tech sector, we place particularly high demands on our employees: In addition to solid specialist knowledge and industry experience, we are looking for professional and quality-oriented individuals who are customer- oriented and are able to quickly integrate in multi-disciplinary teams.
Automotive Studio Engineer Intern
Job Introduction: (Primary purpose of this position)
Learn to develop new vehicle technical concepts in conjunction with the Mercedes-Benz corporate identity and strategy. Suggests creative, innovative engineering solutions that push the boundaries of technology while adhering to Mercedes-Benz corporate engineering policies. Acts as the liaison between local Designers/Modelers and Daimler AG Technical department.
Key Tasks & Responsibilities
Understand and interact with creative Designers on all technical and safety related design issues, follow design directives, and provide input into creative process.
Conduct engineering, materials and process related research and prepare presentations to communicate clay model feasibility.
Analyze design, engineering and marketing information and understand/apply knowledge of industrial materials, methods, and technologies.
Perform computer-aided design with Siemens NX software, and provide advanced packaging solutions for new concepts.
Provide technical assistance for both Exterior and Interior design, as well as UX design.
- Minimum level of education required and required field of study:
Working towards Bachelor's Degree in Automotive Engineering or related Field
Minimum skills required :
Ability to understand designer's ideas and translate them into concepts, packages or alternative engineering solutions
Skilled in Microsoft Office software including Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, etc.
Working knowledge of Siemens NX software
Ability to analyze criteria and engineering drawings.
Outstanding knowledge and expertise of automotive architecture and systems
Exemplary communication skills, both verbal and written, and strong team player
Minimum years of experience required (Non-exempt positions only):
Combination of Degree and Years of experience acceptable (minimum) :
Bachelors 0 yrs
Knowledge of CAD and CAx computer systems, 5-axis milling machines, and software.
Previous experience working on tightly scheduled vehicle programs
Working level English Language skills
German Language skills a plus
Battery Engineer – Automotive Sector (M/F) (H/F)
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Battery Engineer – Automotive Sector (M/F) (H/F)
ALTEN was set up in 1988 by three French engineering graduates. Today, the company supports some of the world's biggest companies with their R&D and information systems projects. As a European leader in technology consulting and engineering with 30 000 employees more than 20 countries, ALTEN has stayed true to its origins in engineering, which now more than ever before holds the key to the major challenges of the future.
ALTEN Ltd is currently involved in innovation development for the energy, IT, automotive, aerospace, railway industries with premium customers in the UK. Description du poste As a Battery Engineer, you will be responsible for the following tasks:
Supporting the customer in the development of Hybrid battery systems ;
Performing design, analysis and validation of electrical system core functions, which includes high voltage battery systems, DCDC converters, energy management functions ;
Performing modelling and simulation of battery, testing and validating BMS hardware and software
Implementing and validating the functional safety of the electrical vehicle (ISO 26262) ;
Supporting the development of future products and services, implementing problem-solving activities.
Description du profil You are qualified in in M.Sc. or MEng in Mechanical Engineering or a relevant discipline and you have gained at least 2 years of practical experience in an automotive environment. Fluency in English is imperative. Compétences Experience with battery modeling software tools, such as Matlab/Simulink, FEA and CFD models is required as well as knowledge of battery safety standards.
Activité : Automobile
Profil : Electricite/Electrotechnique
Référence : EE/19/42210/SG/MDA/BATT
Lien court : https://www.altenrecrute.fr/o-42210
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Warn Automotive Quality Engineer II
Warn Automotive Quality Engineer II
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Date: Apr 9, 2019
Location: Milwaukie, OR, US
Company: Dover Corporation
Warn Automotive is a world leader in driveline disconnect technology. Our heritage comes from making WWII surplus Jeeps easier to drive on the road with the first unlocking hubs. We continue today by making disconnects for cars, trucks, and SUVs around the world. These trusted technologies come from years of innovation and listening to our customer's needs. We have a bright future ahead so come join our growing team at Warn Automotive.
This position works with minimal supervision, and applies extensive and diversified knowledge of Quality Engineering principles and practices in broad areas of assignments. Provides Quality Engineering / Six Sigma support to all Warn Automotive' locations. Works with Manufacturing and Quality Assurance personnel to define problems and problem solution strategies, develops training material for the application of quality engineering principles and techniques such as Design of Experiments and Statistical Process Control and provides small and large group training using those materials. Additionally, the Quality Engineer may be asked to provide training on all elements of TQC.
May be Project Manager or coordinate projects involving multi-million dollar product lines.
Drive Flawless Launches.
Directs the efforts of Engineers, designers, technicians or other team members to assure successful project completion.
Facilitate deployment of Quality performance requirements, initiatives and training to supply base of tools (e.g. Warranty Reduction, Benchmarking, Lean Manufacturing, Reliability and Robustness, 8D methodology, PFMEA (Process Failure Mode Effect Analysis), SPC (Statistical Process Control), Gage R&R (Repeatability and Reproducibility), etc.) as required
Performs duties as listed in the Quality Auditor job description for internal and external (supplier) processes.
Develops and presents training material in statistical and or process improvement techniques to adult learners.
Facilitate problem-solving as part of a group. May lead such problem-solving activities.
Facilitate closure of supplier process Quality issues related to DMR/Stop Ship/Build
Responsible for prompt and regular attendance as scheduled.
Accountable for Sarbanes-Oxley compliance in assigned area. Responsible for design and operating effectiveness of internal controls, including a self-assessment and report to management.
Accountable for developing and monitoring processes and practices necessary for legal and ethical compliance in assigned area.
Work safely and without injury.
Required Education and/or Experience:
Bachelor of Science Degree is preferred, in Engineering, Mathematics, or Statistics; or an Associate's Degree with five years of job experience in a QE role.
Eight or more years of professional experience in a Quality Environment with project leadership responsibilities required.
CQE Certification preferred.
Four or more years experience in a high volume, manufacturing environment
Has experience training, in a classroom environment/and or seminar setting.
Certified to Audit internal or external processes against ISO 9001:2015.
Successfully work in a matrix or team environment.
Working knowledge of ISO 9001:2015 and IATF 16949
Working knowledge of FMEA Process, using Auto DCP, creating linked documents.
Ability to work collaboratively and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, customers and visitors.
Ability to effectively problem-solve.
Excellent communication, interpersonal and customer service skills.
Ability to facilitate activities necessary to a project's completion.
Demonstrated leadership abilities.
Must be enthusiastic about adopting Warn Industries' Core Values: Never Compromise Trust, Honesty, Partner with Customers, Commitment, Teamwork, Personal Development, Lead by Example.
Must have history of impeccable integrity, ethics and fair play.
Ability to read, write, verbalize and comprehend instructions and correspondence in English. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and group situations to customers, clients, and other team members. Conflict resolution. Excellent interpersonal skills. Excellent verbal and customer service skills.
Must have mathematical skills equivalent to those required under degree requirement. Higher skills may be required depending on actual job duties.
Physical and Visual Activities:
Standing, Walking, Sitting, Lifting, Carrying, Balancing, Stooping, Reaching, Handling, Feeling, Talking, Hearing, Acuity-Far, Acuity-Near, Depth Perception, and Field of Vision.
May require a combination of sitting, standing, and walking. May require lifting up to 50 pounds with assistance.
Must be able to work in an office environment as well as a shop environment as job duties require. May be exposed to loud operating machinery, cold temperatures, chemicals, and vapors.
Machines, Tools, Equipment, Software:
Personal computer, copy machine, other office equipment, Microsoft Office, Powerpoint. May minimally operate shop equipment such as assembly presses, manual and CNC machines, basic hand tools.
The characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The information contained in this job description is for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (A.D.A.) and is not an exhaustive list of the duties that may be required for this position. Additional duties are performed by the individuals currently holding this or similar positions and additional duties may be assigned.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, age, genetic information, or any other factors prohibited by law.
This position may be located in: Americas : United States : Oregon : Milwaukie
Sub Division : VSG Warn Automotive
Job Requisition ID : 27654
Automotive Radar Application Engineer - Advanced Engineering
This position will be the North America technical expert for applying Mobis radars to advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and automated driving features. The ideal candidate has education, knowledge, and experience with radars for ADAS, is a self-starter, and holds others accountable to meet commitments.
Use your deep technical knowledge of automotive radars to answer OEM technical questions and support their evaluation and integration efforts
Support Mobis' local advanced engineering team integrating radars into ADAS software and systems
Support sales efforts, including preparing customer technical presentations
Support customer radar evaluations in laboratory and vehicle settings
Track internal and customer issues, document and communicate solutions, and coordinate communications with Mobis experts
Lead/perform radar installation, calibration, and checkout in preparation for internal and customer testing
Support internal and customer bench and vehicle testing
Identify, document, and report anomalies and performance issues found during testing
Troubleshoot problems using tools such as CANalyzer, CANape, and Matlab
Responsible for evaluating customer specifications and capturing the radar and feature requirements, and defining test plans to evaluate the requirements
Knowledge and ability to support / lead various design and release activities such as DFMEA and DVP&R.
Collaborative Working Relationships
Work collaboratively with the local advanced engineering team
Work with the Korean team to gain understanding and get questions answered
- Technical support for the sales department radar promotions to OEMs, and provide technical support post-sale to customers using the radars
- 3+ years of automotive radar experience
- B.S. degree in Electrical, Computer Engineering, or related fields
Experience with radar based ADAS systems, such as Adaptive Cruise Control, and Autonomous Emergency Braking.
Ability to work collaboratively with global partners, particularly Asia.
Ability to utilize CAN tools (CANape, CANoe, etc.) and other test equipment
Comfortable with test activities in vehicles on public roads and at test tracks.
Experience in systems, applications, and requirements engineering
Good understanding of vehicle architecture and driver assistance Interfaces.
Good understanding of vehicle/ECU communication protocols
Enjoys troubleshooting in the vehicle or bench
Capable to work independently in an organized and structured fashion with strong analytical skills
Understand integration of total vehicle sensors to be used in full vehicle decision making.
Understand cyber security challenges for automotive sensors.
Deep technical knowledge of automotive radars sufficient to answer typical performance, communications, and vehicle integration questions
Basic software, electronics, vehicle communication knowledge, such as CAN, Ethernet, and OBDII
Valid US driver's license with satisfactory driving record
Good verbal and written English communication and presentation skills
2 or more years' experience with vehicle system tests and release procedures in an automotive function.
2 or more years' experience in systems / requirements engineering
- Travel up to 30% of the time, including working onsite at local & non-local OEMs, plus domestic and international travel for training and coordination
Achievement, Monitoring & Feedback, Product & Process Understanding
Problem Solving, Project Management
Automotive Customer Rep. / Resident Engineer
Automotive Customer Rep. / Resident Engineer
Reporting to: Resident Engineering Manager
Objectives Of The Role This job is key for the success of our Automotive Customer Rep. (Liaison) business, so following objectives should be accomplished to the highest feasible standards.
This Broad Goal Can Be Split Into Following Activities
Main objective is to avoid the official claims from the customer mainly through preventive actions as well as corrective ones.
Ensure customer satisfaction - technical support of the customer, customer support in quality issues and promotion of contracted customer's reputation
Build a tight and solid professional relationship with customer at plant level.
Be identified as the contracted customer's representative, qualified to deal with customer production issues. Get customer credibility through fulfilled commitments.
Ensure an open and straight communication line between OEM and the contracted customer
Suggest improvements to both OEM and contracted customer.
Immediately analyze problems at OEM's facility to find the proper solution (and avoid claim), and inform affected production plants to take appropriate corrective actions. Proactive channeling of information on existing claims to the Plant to perform the analysis and solve them.
Provide continuous feedback to the customer about the status and evolution of existing claims as soon as possible.
Participate in the customer meetings, as required.
Seek continuous feedback, formal and informal, of customer satisfaction degree about our product and service.
Audit regularly how the customer handles our products.
Keep him/herself trained and updated on technical and quality related specifics and business topics through regular meetings and visits to contracted partner's
Be aware of and transmit to his/her TRIGO Resident liaison Manager any project or initiative taken by our competitors.
Report on a regular basis (defined by the supervisor) to the dedicated contracted partner's team or contact partner.
Participate on any prototype, pre-serial builds or line trials, launch support and engineering changes at Customer as needed.
Reports to the TRIGO Country Resident Manager internally and to the defined contacts externally.
Involvement in customer requirements concerning technical changes, technical support of the customer
Representation of contracted partner and the interest of the customer
Coordinate repair and/or Sorting activities on site. Starting any sorting or rework activity must be executed only based on written confirmation by the contracted client.
Process to be defined during the project kick-off meeting.
Problem solve and eliminate quality issues before they escalate into problems is key to be successful.
Direct involvement with all cross-functional teams (quality, logistics, production and engineering teams) in understanding quality concerns, data collection, measurement analysis and root cause identification.
Understand, adhere to and practice safety guidelines in the production environment.
Works according to TRIGO's Resident Engineering service description, processes and templates.
Works precisely, effectively and following deadlines.
Communicate and behave exemplary and according to TRIGO's and the contracted partner's values.
Bilingual (English and Spanish) ability will set you ahead of the pack
3 year experience in the automotive industry is a must.
Excellent Communication Skills, Both Written and Verbal
Ability to build interpersonal relationships
Ability to deal with pressure and ambiguous situations.
Eager to take on new challenges and responsibilities.
Strong integrity, used to act as company's rep.
Able to build a long-term win-win patterns with client.
Honest, committed, trustworthy
Communication a plus with excellent problem solving and customer relationship
skills: Problem-solving ability
Regular and predictable attendance.
Working familiarity of automotive OEM quality systems, including TS-16949 requirements
Ability to be/work on call at any time.
We offer an attractive compensation package. Only those selected will be contacted. No phone calls please. Qualified candidates may apply directly on our site at: https://trigogroup.applicantpro.com/jobs/
For over 30 years, PIC has remained the leading provider of full-service quality solutions, servicing the automotive, aerospace and manufacturing industries throughout the United States, Canada and most recently, Mexico. As the only full-service quality solutions provider of its kind, PIC provides containment, inspection, quality engineering consultants, training, and supplier development services. Not only do our quality solutions help customers meet their immediate needs, but they help to rectify quality issues long term. With our extensive geographic footprint, we are the largest global provider of quality solutions with the ability to respond quickly and effortlessly, when and where our customers need us.
Following a merger with TRIGO Group in November 2015, PIC has expanded its geographic footprint globally and created the largest and most comprehensive breadth of quality solutions available worldwide. Our team of over 8,000 professionals delivers Quality Assurance Services in over 20 countries. For more information, visit www.trigo-group.com.
Trigo Global Quality Solutions is committed to the core values of equal employment opportunity. We are committed to treating people fairly, and with respect and dignity. We offer employment opportunities based upon an individual's qualifications and performance, free from discrimination or harassment because of race, ancestry, place of origin, ethnic origin, color, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, family status, and disability.
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