Cap Maker Job Description Sample
Psychiatric Nursing Asst I CAP 3P - 11P
Are you ready to be professionally challenged? Are you looking to be part of a dynamic team of engaged and committed professionals?
Then the State Hospital System (SHS) may just be the place for you! The SHS is comprised on nine psychiatric hospitals located throughout the state and one youth residential psychiatric center in Waco. The SHS is a hub of excellence for forensic mental health and complex psychiatric care, with all facilities accredited by The Joint Commission.
The hospitals provide state-of-the-art treatment that is recovery-oriented and science-based. Whether in a direct-care or support role, your contribution will make a difference in the life of a Texan. The Psychiatric Nursing Assistant I performs entry level to routine (journey level) habilitative and rehabilitative patient care services work.
Work involves providing health and personal care services to patients; observing, reporting, and documenting patient conditions and behaviors; and intervening in medical/psychiatric emergencies. Works under moderate supervision, with limited latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Essential Job Functions:
Attends work on a regular basis and may be required to work a specific shift schedule or, at times, even a rotating schedule, extended shift and/or overtime in accordance with agency policy and performs other duties as assigned. 1. Uses therapeutic communication skills in promptly and effectively engaging patients to assist them in meeting the objectives of their individual treatment plans. If working nights, maintains a quiet and restful environment to promote patient's rest and sleep. 2. Monitors patients as assigned and provide observation to ensure the health and safety of all persons. 3. Provides supportive age specific care to patients assigned by the Licensed Nurse or designee(s) and assists patients with activities of daily living, hygiene and eating in order to promote independence. 4. Serves as a liaison to the treatment team, providing on-going, verbal and written communication concerning patient's progress or lack thereof, to individualized goals. Contributes and follow patient's safety plan. 5. Possesses knowledge of basic computer skills and reporting and documentation procedures are done clearly and concisely in a timely manner. 6. Assists the licensed nurse in preparing patients for medication administration or treatment. Includes taking and monitoring vital signs and performing other assigned tasks within competency level. 7. Actively promotes safety through the continuous monitoring of the environment and active engagement of patients to minimize unsafe situations and injuries. 8. Assist in facilitating programming offered on unit or at the facility. May co-facilitate groups as assigned or requested and encourages patients to attend. 9. Exhibits proficiency in crisis intervention, verbal de-escalation and the application of TIPS and other more restrictive interventions under the direct supervision of a RN/MD in order to avert crisis situations and to ensure the health and safety of all persons. Demonstrates a commitment to a culture that minimizes restrictive interventions. 10. Performs CPR/Heimlich techniques and use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) correctly and safety according to the specifications of the American Heart Association. Other duties as assigned include but not limited to actively participating and/or serving in a supporting role to meet the agency's obligations for disaster response and/or recovery or Continuity of Operations (COOP) activation. Such participation may require an alternate shift pattern assignment and/or location. Knowledge Skills Abilities:
1.Ability to read, write and understand English so as to effectively communicate and carry out verbal and written instructions. 2. Must be physically and mentally able to perform Prevention and Management of Aggressive Behavior/Treatment Intervention Protection Strategies (PMAB/TIPS), Heimlich maneuver and CPR. 3. Ability to work with others and accept supervision. 4. Skilled using a basic computer. Registration or Licensure
Must possess valid Texas driver's license or obtain it no later than 90 days after hire date. Applicants with an out-of-state driver's license must provide an original certified driving record from the state of driving licensure.
Eligible driving record required based on HHSC Fleet Management policy. Initial Selection Criteria:
Graduation from a standard senior high school or equivalent (GED) Additional Information:
Requisition # 385614Applicants must pass a fingerprint criminal background check, pre-employment drug screen, and registry checks including the Client Abuse/Neglect Reporting System (CANRS), Nurse Aid, Medication Aide and Employee Misconduct, and HHS OIG list of Excluded Individuals/Entities. Males between the ages of 18-25 must be registered with the Selective ServiceMOS Code:
Note: Military occupation(s) that relate to the initial selection criteria and registration or licensure requirements for this position may include, but not limited to: 68X, 4C0X1.
All active duty military, reservists, guardsmen, and veterans are encouraged to apply if qualified to fill this position. For more information see the Texas State Auditor's Military Crosswalk at http://www.hr.sao.state.tx.us/Compensation/JobDescriptions.aspx.
HHS agencies use E-Verify. You must bring your I-9 documentation with you on your first day of work.
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In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), HHS agencies will provide reasonable accommodation during the hiring and selection process for qualified individuals with a disability. If you need assistance completing the on-line application, contact the HHS Employee Service Center at 1-888-894-4747. If you are contacted for an interview and need accommodation to participate in the interview process, please notify the person scheduling the interview.
Equity Research Analyst – Small Cap Consumer Sectors
Franklin Templeton Investments is a leading global investment management organization due to the efforts of our greatest assets - our employees. We have over 9,000 employees working in 60 offices around the world, servicing investment solutions for our clients in more than 150 countries overseeing nearly $750 billion in assets under management. We believe in our corporate values of putting clients first, building relationships, achieving quality results, and working with integrity. Our people are dedicated to delivering strong results and exceptional service to clients, team members and business partners.
For more than 65 years, our success has been a direct result of the talent, skills and persistence of our people. We are currently seeking a motivated and enthusiastic Research Analyst with a value based investment approach to focus on the small cap consumer discretionary and staples sectors. The ideal Analyst will have a minimum of 5 years of experience and will provide fundamental research support for the Franklin Small Cap Value Fund. This individual will join the Franklin Advisory Services group – a small and collegial team based out of Short Hills, NJ, with a disciplined approach emphasizing careful security selection and long holding periods.
Perform thorough fundamental analysis of a company's business and financial position; including cash flow analysis, balance sheet and income statement evaluations.
Conduct independent research by speaking with company management and industry contacts.
Compile data from multiple sources and develop detailed financial models on covered companies.
Initiate and maintain written and verbal communication with portfolio managers.
Ideal candidates will have:
Bachelor's degree, MBA and/or CFA highly recommended.
Minimum of 5 years of equity research experience, preferably with a focus on small-cap consumer-oriented companies.
Fundamentally sound and easily articulated investment process.
Creative problem solving skills.
Ability to build and maintain detailed financial models.
Strong understanding of securities and investment process. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
In addition to the dynamic and professional environment at Franklin Templeton, we strive to ensure that our employees have access to a competitive and valuable set of Total Rewards—the mix of both monetary and non-monetary rewards provided to you in recognition for your time, talents, efforts, and results.
Highlights of our benefits include:
Three weeks paid time off the first year
Medical, dental and vision insurance
401(k) Retirement Plan with 75% company match, up to the IRS limits
Employee Stock Investment Program
Tuition Assistance Program
Purchase of company funds with no sales charge
Franklin Templeton Investments is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We invite you to visit us at http://www.franklintempletoncareers.com/ to learn more about our company and our career opportunities.
SPP Finish Cap Operator -PR Night Shift
This job uses a multihead embroidery machine and related embroidery equipment to embroider designs (e.g., company names, university logos, etc.) on hats such as baseball hats and stocking hats. This job is cyclical in nature. Multihead Operators, Finish Cap review an embroidery work order, set up for the order, run the order, tear down after the order, and then begin the process again with the next order. The goal of this job is to embroider high-quality designs in an accurate, efficient, and safe manner with minimal errors.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
Reviews embroidery work orders.
Determines which work orders need to be run based on priority.
Verifies they have been given the correct hats to embroider.
Sets up for embroidery work orders.
Uses work order to determine proper design placement on the hat.
Selects which design backing to use based on design size and type of hat.
Uses cap frame to attach cap and design backing to each hat.
Sets up multihead embroidery machine (e.g., threads, bobbins, and needles) and programs it based on the work order.
Loads a hooped hat onto the multihead embroidery machine.
Runs a test sample to check placement and design quality.
Obtains production assistant's approval of the test sample before continuing with the work order.
Runs embroidery work orders.
Loads a hooped hat onto each head of the multihead embroidery machine.
Starts the multihead embroidery machine and monitors it as the designs get embroidered on the hats.
Removes hooped hats from the multihead embroidery machine once the machine has finished embroidering the designs.
Rehoops the hats if there is more than one design to be embroidered on the hat.
Continues the hooping and embroidery process until all designs have been embroidered on the hats.
Applies stickers to hang tags when necessary.
Monitors equipment and design quality and makes adjustments as needed to ensure high-quality designs and proper design placement.
Tears down after running embroidery work orders.
Removes hooped hats from the multihead embroidery machine.
Removes embroidery hoop from each hat.
Inspects design and cuts any hanging or looped threads off of the design.
Cuts or tears away design backing from the hat.
Runs heater over designs (i.e., puff designs) when necessary.
Accurately counts and packs hats back into the boxes they came in.
Documents work order information on the outside of the box.
Loads boxes on cart and takes them to the production assistant.
Keeps records and maintains work area.
Completes production tracking paperwork and verifies that it is accurate.
Monitors equipment and notifies maintenance of any problems.
Maintains a clean and safe work environment.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Minimum Education Required:
- High School Diploma or GED
Minimum Prior Related Work Experience Typically Required:
- Less than 1 year
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:
Knowledge of multihead embroidery machines and related embroidery equipment including their uses, adjustments, and maintenance.
Skills in troubleshooting and solving problems.
Ability to read and comprehend a work order.
Ability to process work orders accurately, efficiently, and safely with minimal errors.
Ability to maintain accurate counts utilizing basic math skills.
Ability to use scissors and other small hand tools requiring hand/finger dexterity.
Ability to stand, bend, twist, reach, and grip throughout work shift.
Ability to use both arms to operate equipment.
Ability to lift up to 30 pounds 3-4 feet high in order to move and stack boxes full of embroidered hats.
Must be detail oriented to ensure high-quality embroidery design standards are met.
Essential Work Environment:
Work takes place in a well-lighted production environment with loud moving equipment and concrete floors. Work is labor intensive and involves continually repeating processes to mass produce products. Work requires standing for long periods of time.
Staples is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, or any other basis protected by federal, state, or local law.
Staples is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, or any other basis protected by federal, state, or local law.
CAP Part Time Cashier (Fill 9/5/18)
Provides support as a member of the Front-End team to include assisting customers during the check-out process, performing all cash register functions, bagging groceries, and working at the customer service desk. Works to maintain attractive customer service displays and support the regional Customer Service vision.
All Whole Foods Market Retail jobs require ensuring a positive company image by providing courteous, friendly, and efficient service to customers and Team Members at all times. All positions must be performed with team and store Standard Operating Procedures. Further, Team Members must be prepared and able to perform the duties inherent in other Team Member job descriptions. Team Leaders are required to spend significant time on the floor, engaging with customers, and pitching in to help whenever and wherever needed. All positions must strive to support WFM core values and goals, promote national, regional, and store programs and initiatives, and ensure adherence to all applicable health and safety regulations.Job Responsibilities
Checks out customer groceries efficiently and accurately.
Upholds government regulations concerning sale of alcoholic beverages and taxation.
Follows proper check, ATM, and credit procedures.
Uses proper tares procedures when ringing up scalable items.
Cleans and stocks Front End areas, including own register – changing tapes and ribbon as necessary.
Follows all cash handling procedures – meeting and exceeding regional cashier variance policy.
May assist with training of new Cashier and Courtesy Team Members.
Assists supervisor in controlling customer flow and backed up lines – helping reduce customer waiting time.
Proactively participates in Regional Front End programs as directed by leadership.
Arrives to work station on time, appropriately groomed, dressed and ready to work; works all scheduled shifts and attends required trainings and meetings.
Provides excellent customer service, addresses needs of customers in a timely and effective manner and models suggestive selling techniques; answers phones and pages promptly and courteously.
Maximizes sales potential through effective and proper procedures for prepping, storing, rotating, stocking, and merchandising product.
Follows and complies, or ensures compliance, with established procedures, including Weights and Measures, health and sanitation, and safe work practices.
Maintains, or ensures maintenance of, a clean and sanitary working and shopping environment; maintains equipment in accordance with WFM cleanliness and safety standards.
Performs opening, mid, and closing duties as assigned; ensures accuracy of signs and pricing.
Immediately reports safety hazards and violations.
Performs other duties as assigned by store, regional, or national leadership.
Demonstrates patience in dealing with customers and Team Members.
Maintains proficiency with the Front-End Code Book and PLUs:
Strong basic math skills
Strong to excellent communication skills and willingness to work as part of a team.
Ability to deliver information in a clear and respectable manner to fellow Team Members, customers, and vendors.
Ability to meet customer service expectations and standards in all interactions with customers, vendors, and Team Members.
Ability to follow directions and procedures; effective time management and organization skills.
Passion for natural foods and the mission of Whole Foods Market.
Strong work ethic and ability to work in a fast-paced environment with a sense of urgency.
Understanding of and compliance with WFM quality goals.
Strong attention to detail.
- No prior retail experience required.
Physical Requirements / Working Conditions
Must be able to lift 50 pounds.
In an 8-hour work day: standing/walking 6-8 hours.
Hand use: single grasping, fine manipulation, pushing and pulling.
Work requires the following motions: bending, twisting, squatting and reaching.
Exposure to FDA approved cleaning chemicals.
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Ability to work in a wet and cold environment.
Ability to work a flexible schedule including nights, weekends, and holidays as needed.
Ability to use tools and equipment, including box cutters, electric pallet jacks, and other heavy machinery.
Note: The purpose of this document is to provide a general summary of essential responsibilities for the position and is not meant as an exhaustive list. This document does not reflect all job duties or requirements for every position. Requirements build as one progresses through the job levels, so any job duties required at a lower level may be required at the higher level in addition to the duties listed for that higher level. Duties, assignments, and other responsibilities may differ for similar positions based on business conditions, departmental or geographic location, and/or needs for the particular position. An individual must demonstrate successful performance in their current position before being considered for promotion. In addition, in order to promote into a higher-level position, a business need for the promotion must exist and the candidate must be considered the most qualified person for the new position. Completion of certain milestones such as obtaining an advanced degree or certification, time in current position, or developing skills to perform at the higher-level role do not guarantee a promotion.
At Whole Foods Market we provide a fair and equal employment opportunity for all team members and candidates regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, or disability. Whole Foods Market hires and promotes individuals solely on the basis of their qualifications for the position to be filled.32>
Journeyman Tool & Die Maker (Stamping)
Qualifications:Must be able to demonstrate proficiency and skill appropriate to the job in the areas of shop mathematics, heat treatment techniques, blueprint reading, job layout skills, machine tool operation skills, tool design techniques, fitting and assembly.
Experience & Education: Must have successfully completed an apprenticeship training program and have a certification of completion along with 7+ years of experience in a metal stamping facility as a Tool & Die Maker.
1st Shift Hours: 4am – 2pm, Monday – Thursday
2nd Shift Hours: 2pm – midnight, Monday - Thursday
To build new tooling such as stamping dies, fixtures and gages by performing the following duties.
The following job/task functions have been identified as the core functions of this position. However, the supervisor or manager may assign additional duties associated with this position.
- Performs all duties and operates machinery & equipment according to MIOSHA standards and company procedures using required safety equipment (gloves, sleeves, ear plugs, etc)
- Studies specifications such as blueprints, sketches, models, or descriptions and visualizes product to determine materials required and machines to be used to fabricate parts and make repairs
- Measures, marks and scribes metal stock for machining
- Die welding
- Sets up and operates machines tools such as lathes, milling machines, blanchard and surface grinder to machine parts and verify conformance of machined parts to specifications
- Lists machined parts and positions and secures parts on surface plate or worktable
- Smooth flat and contoured surfaces to fit and assemble parts together into assemblies and mechanisms
- Verifies dimensions, alignments and clearances
- Perform hand operations involved in producing jigs, fixtures, tools and dies. Uses hand tools of the trade
- Determine specifications for inspection of work, using full range of precision measuring and gauging tools to perform inspection before, during and after machining
- Able and willing to work any shift assigned
- Keeps work areas clean and orderly
- Participates in continuous improvement
- Other duties as assigned by supervision
- Conforms to TS16949 and ISO-14001standards and procedures
- Journeyman Toolmaker
Senate CAP Analyst
UCSD Layoff from Career Appointment: Apply by 09/10/18 for consideration with preference for rehire. All layoff applicants should contact their Employment Advisor. Eligible Disability Counseling and Consulting services (DCC) or Special Selection clients should contact their Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor for assistance.
The Academic Senate is one of three branches in the system of shared governance in the University of California: The Board of Regents, which sets broad policy; the Administration, which directs the organization of the University and its finances; and the Academic Senate, which directs the educational function and provides faculty advice to both the Regents and the Administration.
Under the Standing Orders of the Regents, the Academic Senate exercises direct control over the authorization and supervision of all courses and curricula, determination of admission and graduation requirements, and approval of all manuscripts published by the University of California Press.
The Senate exercises its advisory role in the areas of faculty appointment and promotion, budget priority and policy, library policy, research policy, academic freedom, faculty privilege and tenure, faculty welfare, faculty and student affirmative action, campus planning, and computer policy. The Senate takes part in searches for deans, chancellors, and presidents and is called upon to recommend faculty for service on administrative committees.
On each campus, the divisional Academic Senate operates as a faculty legislative body which meets periodically through the year, and also as a system of appointed committees. The San Diego Division of the Academic Senate functions primarily through these committees, as well as through elected officers.
Functions as principal staff advisor to the Senate Committee on Academic Personnel (CAP), which is charged with reviewing faculty appointment, merit and promotion files and recommending final actions to the Executive Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs. Serves as senior advisor to CAP and the campus expert on the integration of UC and UCSD policy with Senate bylaws and protocols, and their synthesis and application to specific academic personnel decisions.
Provides advice and guidance to staff in Vice Chancellor and Deans' Offices, and ensures enforcement of the appropriate policies and Senate rules campuswide. Ensures that consistent practices and standards are applied across campus and provides analysis and recommendations on complex issues that cannot be resolved at lower levels within the organization and are sent to the Senate for a campus wide resolution. Proposes process improvements that impact the entire campus.
- Please submit a cover letter for a complete application.
Demonstrated experience with the peer review process for faculty.
Demonstrated experience working with faculty and/or campus senior administrators.
Proven experience interpreting University bylaws, regulations, guidelines and/or policies.
Excellent writing skills, including knowledge of correct English grammar, spelling, punctuation and usage. Experience composing correspondence, recommendations, reports and/or proposals.
Knowledge of the UC Academic Personnel Manual (APM) and the UCSD Policy and Procedures Manual (PPM) sections related to academic personnel matters preferred.
Ability to research policies and past practices to provide clear guidance on complex and sensitive personnel issues.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills to communicate effectively with all levels of staff and faculty, both verbally and in writing.
Excellent analytical skills. Ability to analyze and interpret complex documents, and to independently identify and research issues. Ability to analyze data and other information and formulate recommendations to resolve issues.
Ability to interpret and reconcile competing bylaws, regulations, guidelines and policies, and recommend the appropriate course of action.
Standard office computer skills, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, relational databases, calendaring applications and electronic mail.
Ability to work with faculty, campus senior administrators, and diverse staff at all levels of the organization, and to foster exemplary working relationships.
Ability to multi-task with demanding timeframes and shifting priorities. Ability to use discretion and maintain all confidentiality.
Understanding of the higher education shared governance organizational model, and decision making in that environment.
Working knowledge of and experience with UC and UCSD academic personnel policies and procedures.
Proven experience working with committees and understanding of parliamentary procedure.
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, gender identity or sexual orientation. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see: http://www-hr.ucsd.edu/saa/nondiscr.html
UC San Diego is a smoke and tobacco free environment. Please visit smokefree.ucsd.edu for more information.
Tool & Die Maker Journeyman
Plan and construct a wide variety of tools, dies, fixtures and gauges to very close tolerances, or construct more complex units where design is available.
Perform development work, layout and difficult tool room machine operations, fitting, timing and adjusting, e.g. combination dies for parts or irregular contour, box type drill jigs with difficult locating or nesting features, ordinary index milling fixtures.
Dismantles and repairs or replaces parts of damaged dies and fixtures, fits and assembles parts, and tests repaired dies for proper operation.
Operates cranes safely to remove and/or relocate dies to specific work stations/equipment.
Establishes and maintains an effective preventative maintenance program. Ensures all tools are properly fit for use.
Prepares sketches for machining of tool details.
Performs basic layout inspections of both tooling and manufactured components in press.
Must have all tools common to trade practice
Proficient in reading and working with blueprints.
Capable of working with varied ranges of ferrous and non-ferrous materials.
Proficient in workshop theory and calculation.
Overhead Crane Operation.
Ability to work with SPC.
Participates in ongoing Continuous Improvement processes.
Takes direction from Supervisor/Lead Hand, as applicable.
Protects own health and safety by working in compliance with established safe work practices and procedures.
Maintains safety standard and cleanliness of workplace and equipment as outlined by company policy.
Any other reasonable request made by management
Skills (language, technical, computer, etc.)
Competent in all Tool Room machining to close tolerances.
Able to work with limited guidance and supervision.
Able to troubleshoot tooling problems and estimate timelines for resolution.
Recognized technical trade certificate Tool & Die Maker or minimum 5 years of experience working in the trade.
Die Repair/Die Maker Technician
Repairs stamping dies by performing the following duties.
ORGANIZED WORK ENVIRONMENT. Keep work station and the area around your
work station neat and orderly.
QUALITY INSPECTION AND RECORD KEEPING. Understand and follow all quality
instructions, work instructions and procedures. Must be adept at using and
understanding micrometers, calipers and process gauges. Accurately and legibly record
SAFETY. Understand and properly use all safety devices at all times, including safety
- Must be capable of working as part of a team and
- Demonstrate a commitment to support group decisions.
- Must have the ability to teach and train operators.
- Assist in continuous improvement or upgrades of dies.
- Repairs die from part print and/or from a qualified part.
- Sharpens dies.
- Trouble shoots problems of die in the press.
- Makes new tools. (die section, punch, etc.)
- Tool & Die Repair- Eight years of work experience or Journeyman's card.
- Die Maker- Eight years of work experience or Journeyman's card.
- Apprenticeship- On going education and on-the-job work experience.
- High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
- Surface grinder, wet grinders, mills, drill press. Optional: lathe. CNC lathe ,CNC mill, and Wire EDM
Commercial Cabinet Maker / Installer
Our Little Chute client is looking to hire a full time Temp-to-Hire Commercial Cabinet Maker/Installer. They are open to someone who has previous cabinet making experience OR training a candidate.
Candidate will be assisting with production of custom cabinetry, assembling cabinets, and working with high pressure laminate manufacturing. You will also be putting edges on shelves, counters, etc, (They call this edge banding, T molding & self-edge banding.)
They have 20 employees, are busy, and offer a casual atmosphere with various company outings throughout the year. They offer a great flexible schedule for employees as well!
Requirements for Commercial Cabinet Maker/Installer:
1 year of manufacturing, labor, construction or similar experience is needed.
Experience in cabinetry trade or wood working, etc is helpful but not required.
Preference to those who have used any of the following: drills, hand saws, table saws, etc.
Ability to add, subtracts, multiply.
Must have good measuring skills and be able to lift 50 pounds.
Able to work under deadlines and have good communication skills
This individual must be able to work independently as well as in a group.
Positive attitude, eager to learn, dependable and willing to ask questions
Steel toes are needed
Hours for Commercial Cabinet Maker/Installer:40 hours per week, Monday-Friday. (occasional weekends, when needed.) You can pick your start time: 6am, 7am or 8am!
Pay for Commercial Cabinet Maker/Installer: $14.00-15.00/hour for entry level candidates with no experience. (For those with Commercial Cabinet making experience, higher pay is offered - up to $17/hour.)
Benefits for Commercial Cabinet Maker include Paid Vacation, Paid Holiday, Health Insurance, Simple Plan (401K), Flex Hours.
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