Child Monitor Job Description Sample
Overview Position:Shelter Monitor Department:Emergency Housing (EH), Norristown,PA Availability of Position:Immediate (4 positions available) Schedule: On-call as needed with possible shifts Monday-Sunday, 3pm-11pm, 11pm-7am Reports to: Monitor Supervisor Salary and Grade:$9.00; 70 Non-exempt Responsibilities Description of Position:
Enforce House Rules.
Must remain on floor at all times-exception is to let clients out the front door.
Discover and report violations or incidents.
Put cold breakfast food items out at 6:30 AM.
Routine custodial functions related to Emergency Housing and the 24 hour sheet-trash is to be removed from floor after the Day shift Monitor arrives.
Manage laundry facility.
Provide wake up calls as posted
Assist clients in remembering and implementing house details/chores.
Clerical duties related to direct service including but not limited to: 24 hour sheet, client daily report, child food care, chore check sheet, client personal sheet and monitors log book.
Maintain clients’ room sheet and record notes on a daily basis.
- Performs related duties as assigned. Qualifications
High School Diploma.
Human service experience.
Prior residential or customer service work experience.
Must be able to read, write and speak well in English.
Must have computer skills in Microsoft Word and Excel Programs and be proficient in and the ability to utilize the internet.
Child Protection Clearances PA Act 153 requires that all prospective employees complete the following clearance and background checks: PA Child Abuse History Clearance, PA State Police Criminal Record Check and FBI Criminal Record/Fingerprint Check.
Must have an understanding of and appreciation for the Mission of The Salvation Army. Contact: Please send or fax your resume along with a cover letter including salary requirements to: The Salvation Army Emergency Housing Director 533 Swede St. Norristown, PA 19401 Fax: 610-275-1323 Or go to: http:// No phone calls please Released by the Divisional Human Resources Department on August 14, 2017. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. The Salvation Army’s Mission Statement The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. Requisition No.580 Job ID2017-3682 CategoryCommunity and Social Services Compensation MinUSD $9.00/Hr. Compensation MaxUSD $9.00/Hr. TypeOn-Call/As Needed
For 165 years, the YMCA of Greater Springfield has provided youth development, fostered healthy living, and promoted social responsibility in the 14 cities and towns that it serves. We take pride in being one of the largest non-school educators in the state, one of the top 120 YMCAs in the U.S., and the second oldest Y in the country. We are currently looking for a Bus Monitor to join our team. Whether you are interested in joining a leading non-profit or looking to advance your Y career, this is your opportunity to help make our community better together. The Y. ™ For a better us. ™ Please note that any and all offers of employment are contingent on the successful completion of a background check, reference check, and new hire packet. In roles where driving is required as an essential function, a driver history check must also be successfully completed. This person will play an important part in the work that we do each day. In addition to all other duties as assigned, this role will:
Serve as the primary person responsible for child safety on an assigned vehicle.
Complete and confirm daily attendance counts and rosters.
Assist children with street crossing, getting on/off the bus, door-to-door transfers.
Ensure the safety of children on the vehicle by following all Y rules and best practices for managing youth.
Provide pro-active supervision of children on the bus at all times.
Serve as a mandated reporter for our transportation operations.
Attend all safety, staffing, and training in-services/meetings.
Follow and administer the Y Child Safety Code of Conduct. The requirements and preferences (where indicated) for this role are listed below. Please review them carefully to ensure that you apply for the role that best matches your qualifications. Additional years of professional experience or a Rank of E-5 or better may be used in lieu of education requirements where permitted.
High School diploma, GED, or other equivalent
At least 1 year of experience in working with school-age children
Become certified in AED, CPR, and First Aid within 60 days of employment and maintain certifications for each
Ability to mitigate conflict while still performing all essential duties
Have a track record of safe practices and working with children While each of our leadership competencies plays a role in the success of our staff members, for this role we will be paying special attention to the areas of:
- Accepts, demonstrates, and models the Y's values.
- Seeks first to understand the other person's point of view and remains calm in challenging situations.
- Decision Making
- Makes sound judgements and transfers learning from one situation to another.
- Quality Results
- Strives to meet or exceed goals while delivering a high-value experience for participants and members.
- Emotional Intelligence
- Accurately assesses personal feelings, strengths, and limitations and how they impact relationships.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by a staff member to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. We are proud to be a champion of diversity and an equal employment opportunity / affirmative action employer. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the staff member is regularly required to:
Sit, stand, or reach for extended periods of time;
Move around the work environment independently;
Communicate via computer, multi-line phone, and smart-phone; and,
Push, pull, or lift up to 25 pounds for short periods of time.
The noise level in the work place is usually moderate, but may vary based on a number of external factors. ID: 2017-1671 Full Name: First Last: Tom Ashe Minimum: USD $11.00/Hr. Maximum: USD $12.50/Hr. Post End Date: 12/31/2017 External Company URL: www.springfieldy.org
Monitor Technician, EOC Nights~ Monitor Resource
Department: CA401_31530 Monitor Resource
Expected Weekly Hours: 0
Shift: Night Shift
Position Purpose: SUMMARY Reporting to the Lead Monitor Technician, this position is responsible for continually observing the patient electrocardiographic patterns and accurately recognizing and reporting arrhythmias to patient care staff. In addition, the Monitor Technician may be asked to perform other activities to assist in ensuring the unit maintains an efficient workflow and environment.
Job Description Details:
REQUIREMENTS 1. High school diploma or equivalent is required. 2.
Successful completion of a Basic Arrhythmia Course is required upon hire. 3. Minimum score of eighty percent (80%) on the SAMC entry-level recognition examination within six months of hire is required. 4. Twelve to eighteen months experience in an acute care setting or successful completion of a medical terminology course are required. 5.
Well-developed interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively with medical center staff under routine and stressful situations are required. 6. Current American Heart Association (AHA) Healthcare Provider CPR card is required. 7. Previous 12 lead EKG experience is preferred. Trinity Health's Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion Trinity Health employs more than 120,000 colleagues at dozens of hospitals and hundreds of health centers in 21 states.
Because we serve diverse populations, our colleagues are trained to recognize the cultural beliefs, values, traditions, language preferences, and health practices of the communities that we serve and to apply that knowledge to produce positive health outcomes. We also recognize that each of us has a different way of thinking and perceiving our world and that these differences often lead to innovative solutions. Trinity Health's dedication to diversity includes a unified workforce (through training and education, recruitment, retention and development), commitment and accountability, communication, community partnerships, and supplier diversity.
Trinity Health offers rewarding careers in a community environment with all the advantages of working at one of the nation's largest health systems. We provide high-quality, people-centered care in 22 states through our network of hospitals, facilities, community-based services, and continuing care locations - including home care, hospice, Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), and senior living facilities. If you are looking for a rewarding clinical or administrative position, you'll find exceptional career possibilities, opportunities for advancement and a job with meaning at Trinity Health.
Trinity Health employs more than 131,000 colleagues across 22 states. We honor and embrace a diverse representation of people, ideas and backgrounds. Our dedication to diversity is evident in our commitment to training, education, recruitment, retention and development, as well as community partnerships and supplier diversity.
Because we serve diverse populations, our colleagues are trained to recognize the cultural beliefs, values, traditions, language preferences and health practices of the communities we serve and to apply that knowledge to produce positive outcomes. We recognize that each of us has a different way of thinking and perceiving our world, and that our differences not only serve to unite us, but also lead to innovative solutions.
Quality And Compliance Monitor
The Quality and Compliance Monitor provides leadership and support to the classroom teachers to ensure the classroom and center systems achieve 100% compliance with standards of the industry, including State licensing, NAEYC standards, as well as all Bright Horizon’s health and safety expectations and internal quality assurance instruments. The Quality and Compliance Monitor will monitor children each time there is a transition, including few or single child transitions, as well as group transitions and closely monitor tracking sheets.
The Quality and Compliance Monitor will observe classrooms, teaching teams and serve as a role model. The Quality and Compliance Manager will provide immediate feedback for correction when a teacher(s) are not in compliance with state licensing standards, Bright Horizons and NAEYC expectations, and Health and Safety requirements. Daily follow up as well as random checks will be provided until all non-compliance items are corrected.
The Quality and Compliance Monitor will develop and implement internal action plans for systems improvement, staff training, and documentation and will report their evaluations to the Center Director/Assistant Director. Working with established procedures, processes and documentation, the Quality and Compliance Monitor will provide feedback and recommendations to the Center Director as well as the Regional Manager if needed. Along with the Director and the Administration team, the Quality and Compliance Monitor will develop and implement training modules to improve compliance outcomes on a weekly basis.
The duration of this position will be at least 6 months and at that time will be evaluated for continuation. The hours for this position are Monday-Friday, 9-4pm but could vary based on the needs of the center.Req Number:58230BRState:New York Zip/Postal Code:10504Geographic Area:New York - Westchester County City:ArmonkJob Category:Administrative Support Posting Title:Quality and Compliance MonitorFT/PT:Full-Time Job Type:Regular
AA or BA in ECE. Elementary Education or related field preferred Well versed in New York State Licensing regulations, NAEYC accreditation criteria, and Bright Horizons internal policies and procedures including Health, Safety & Supervision expectations Strong organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple tasks Strong analytical and problem solving skills Strong oral and written and communication skills Ability to lead, supervise and serve as a role model to teaching teams through communication and collaboration Technically proficient and detail oriented
Additional Information:Bright Horizons is dedicated to creating a workforce that promotes and supports diversity and inclusion. We provide equal employment opportunities to all individuals without discrimination. Bright Horizons complies with the laws and regulations set forth in the following EEO is the Law Poster: EEO IS THE LAW. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact the recruitment helpdesk at 855-877-6866 or email@example.com. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis. Having technical issues with your online application? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 855-877-6866. Job Category 2:Center and School
Monitor - (Tlp-Transitional Living Program)
We provide a variety of social services to Los Angeles area communities such as Head Start programs, Upward Bound college prep programs, veterans’ services, homeless shelters, low-income housing program as well as drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Learn more at www.voala.org. Position
A monitor at the Transitional Living Program will help provide services for up to RHY (female and male) ages 17 and under youth who have left home without the permission of their parents or guardians, have been forced to leave home, or other homeless youth who might end up in contact with law enforcement or in the child welfare, mental health, or juvenile justice systems. This program will be located in Antelope Valley (SPA 1) in northern Los Angeles County.
• Ensure Transitional Living Program is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week • Answer telephone and take messages for youth and staff; monitor doors and greet clients • Oversee preparation and serving of nutritious meals • Secure the facility, including periodically walking the facility and making reports as needed • Observe and report suspicious or unusual activities to the appropriate authorities • Ensure the ongoing safety of youth and immediately report and address any signs of harassment or other bullying or conflict issues • Oversee youth medications in accordance with instructions and maintain logs of client compliance • Assist in integrating positive youth development strategies and other evidence-informed practices to provide a holistic service approach including providing life skills through “teachable” moments • Ensure all interactions are provided through a trauma-informed care approach • Provide advice, encouragement, and positive role modeling for youth • Ensure a welcoming environment that supports and respects all clients regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, geography, socioeconomic status, language, literacy, or disability • Ensure adherence to standards for quality of care for clients and confidentiality • Participate in staff meetings, Care Coordination meetings, and required training's • Input required program data on HMIS • Complete written incident reports • Other tasks as assigned
• High school diploma or GED, must be 18 years or older • Minimum 1 year experience in clerical position • Basic computer skills • Proven ability to do basic arithmetic • Able to communicate clearly, effectively, and compassionately with others Bonus
• Experience with administering prescription medications and drug/alcohol usage testing desirable • Bi-lingual a plus VOALA is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Why work for LSI? "I view the world differently because of my work at LSI." "I believe everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect." Are you looking for a career where you can make a positive impact in the lives of others? At LSI, your journey is our passion!
Our Services for People with Disabilities team is searching for dedicated, compassionate PT & PT30+ Overnight Monitors in Des Moines. The Iowans we serve are seeking a life of greater confidence and independence, and it's our privilege to empower them toward success every day. Duties Overnight Monitors are there to provide support and assistance to individuals in their home during the overnight hours.
During the time all individuals in the home are asleep, Overnight Monitors may also sleep in a neutral area of the residence. Hours for this position is from 10:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. with weekend rotation. Must be able and willing to work every other weekend.
Will work 3 to 4 shifts per week. Salary and Benefits In addition to joining a family of caring teammates, Overnight Monitors enjoy a competitive salary and paid time off. Benefits are pro-rated for part-time employees, and team members working 30+ hours are offered a 401(k) and a health insurance plan including health, dental, life, and vision insurance.
Qualifications Qualified candidates for this job will have either a high school diploma or a GED. Experience working with Supported Community Living or with people with disabilities is preferred. This position requires a valid driver's license, auto insurance, a good driving record, and the ability to pass an extensive background check, including checks of the Dependent Adult and Child Abuse registries, the Sex Offender registry, and the criminal history check.
It's their life. It's your career. Make a difference in both by joining our LSI team today!For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.https://lsiowa.applicantpool.com/jobs/195962-17236.html
Overnight Monitor - Des Moines, IA
Services For People With Disabilities
Des Moines, IA, USA + $7.25-7.75/hr ($8.25-8.75/hr weekend rate)
Part Time Why work for LSI?"I view the world differently because of my work at LSI.""I believe everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect." Are you looking for a career where you can make a positive impact in the lives of others? At LSI, your journey is our passion! Our Services for People with Disabilities team is searching for dedicated, compassionate part-time (16 hrs/week & 24-29hrs/week)
Overnight Monitors in Des Moines. The Iowans we serve are seeking a life of greater confidence and independence, and it's our privilege to empower them toward success every day. Schedule Openings: Monday/Tuesday/Wedesday OR Friday/Saturday 3rd shift (10:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m.)
Duties Overnight Monitors are there to provide support and assistance to individuals in their home during the overnight hours. During the time all individuals in the home are asleep, Overnight Monitors may also sleep in a neutral area of the residence. Hours for this position is from 10:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. with weekend rotation. Must be able and willing to work every other weekend. Will work 2 to 4 shifts per week.
Salary and Benefits In addition to joining a family of caring teammates, Overnight Monitors enjoy a competitive salary and paid time off. Benefits are pro-rated for part-time employees, and team members working 30+ hours are offered a 401(k) and a health insurance plan including health, dental, life, and vision insurance.
Qualifications Qualified candidates for this job will have either a high school diploma or a GED. Experience working with Supported Community Living or with people with disabilities is preferred. This position requires a valid driver's license, auto insurance, a good driving record, and the ability to pass an extensive background check, including checks of the Dependent Adult and Child Abuse registries, the Sex Offender registry, and the criminal history check. It's their life. It's your career. Make a difference in both by joining our LSI team today!
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Coordinator, Child Nutrition Programs - Summer Food And Child & Adult Care Food Programs
SPECIAL NOTIFICATION:This position is exempt from classified state service and the rules of the Division of Human Resources and the Idaho Personnel Commission. The State Department of Education (SDE) is seeking a Coordinator for Summer Food Service and Child & Adult Care Food Programs in the Child Nutrition Programs (CNP) department.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION The Coordinator, Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) and Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) in the State Department of Education, performs work in the SFSP and CACFP exercising independent judgment, initiative, and leadership. In meeting the legal responsibilities and goals of the agency, the Coordinator is in a position to exercise influence on financing, administration, and management of the SFSP and CACFP. The Coordinator may be called upon to assist in problem solving in legal, financial, and administrative issues relating to the operation of SFSP and CACFP. The Child Nutrition Program Coordinator is responsible for providing leadership in promoting, expanding, and maintaining programs; will cooperate in other program areas to maximize staff participation and provide competent coverage of all programs at all times; will participate in the development and implementation of the State plans for program and financial management, and coordinate activities to ensure compliance with Federal regulations by participating schools, institutions, and other sponsors. The incumbent is responsible for representing the department in a professional capacity. This position requires the ability to travel approximately 30% of the time throughout the state for training and monitoring of sponsors, as well as nationally 2 – 3 times per year for conferences. This is a full time position serving under an appointment of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction. RESPONSIBILITIES * Coordinate and conduct comprehensive reviews of Summer Food Service Programs including, Public and Private Schools, and community and faith-based non-profit organizations.
Conduct comprehensive reviews of CACFP programs including, child care centers, Head Start programs, family day care home sponsoring agencies, “At Risk” Meal programs, Outside School Hours care centers, and homeless shelters.
Research, interpret, and disseminate federal regulations and instructions pertinent to Child Nutrition Programs.
Work with Regional Consultants on SFSP site reviews.
Monitor program publications including SFSP and CACFP program manuals.
Assess training needs of sponsors and plan, coordinate, and conduct all annual mandatory trainings in SFSP and assist with trainings in CACFP.
Review and approve annually agreements for new and continuing programs.
Represent the Idaho State Department of Education on commissions, task forces, committees and study groups.
Write and submit a Management and Administration Plan to bring funds to the State of Idaho for the SFSP.
Oversight of program SFSP budget in accordance with federal regulations in SFSP.
Ability to travel throughout the state for training and monitoring of sponsors.
Attend regional and national USDA meetings out of state 2 - 3 times per year.
Provide technical assistance to sponsors with federal regulations and required reports.
Carry out assignments as requested by higher level administration and USDA. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS * Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in food service administration, nutrition, or a related field.
Experience in planning, conducting, and presenting nutrition and food service administration training sessions or classes desirable.
Knowledge of and ability to interpret state and federal laws and regulations that relate to Child Nutrition Programs.
Ability to communicate both orally and in writing with a variety of public entities, expertise in human relations skills, and ability to assume leadership role in the area of Child Nutrition Programs. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS * Additional consideration will be given for master's degree. TRAVEL REQUIRED * This position requires approximately 30% travel time throughout the state for training and monitoring of sponsors, as well as attending regional and national USDA meetings out of state 2 - 3 times per year. TO APPLY Click on the “Apply Online” button to the left and follow the instructions provided to complete the Application Checklist and Exam for this position. When updating your online application information, you must complete all items in the Application Checklist (this serves as your Employment Application). Without this information, your name cannot be referred for consideration. Items in the Application Checklist include: Personal Information, Education, Work History, Cities (please select "
Boise"), Agencies (please select "
Superintendent of Public Instruction"), Job Type/Shift (please select "
Full time"). The exam for this position is to submit a letter of interest and customized resume or curriculum vitae. Click the "" button below to review the exam questions. All applications received for this opening will be reviewed and screened to determine the most suitable candidates to be called for interviews. Finalists will be asked to provide three (3) letters of recommendations or the names and contact information for three (3) professional references. Additional information, documentation, or transcripts may be requested. TIMEFRAMES
The State Department of Education seeks to fill this position as soon as possible following the closing date.
Interview dates have not been determined at this time.Those applicants not selected will be notified. Thank you for your interest in employment with the State Department of Education!Open for Recruitment: January 10, 2018 - January 24, 2018 Announcement #: NONCLS004997 Location(s): Boise
- Salary Range:* $28.94 per hr. ($60,195 yearly) -Plus Competitive Benefits!
Substitute Part-Time Pre-School Bus Monitor
The Susbstitute As Needed Bus Monitor will supervise children on their bus route, additionally, as a "good will" ambassador for CHSofNJ Head Start Program; the Bus Monitor greets parents and children during a bus route. Bus Monitor must be aware of and follow Federal regulations and agency protocols while maintaining a positive attitude and a focus on safety and comfortable riding environment. Schedule: On Call; As Needed
Up to 25 Hours per Week
2018 School Calendar Year Hours: 07:30AM – 09:30AM and 02:30PM – 05:30PM Salary: $10.00 Per Hour
Understand safety procedures for children boarding and exiting the vehicle
Trained in the appropriate installation and use of Child Safety Restraint Systems (CSRS)
Safety procedures for the emergency evacuation of a vehicle
Knowledge of Agency procedures for child pick-up and release
Assist the Bus Driver with a pre- and post-trip vehicle check
Trained in emergency response procedures
Operation and maintenance of special equipment on the bus
Bus Monitors interact with children throughout their time on the bus. It is through close observation and communication that children are provided with a positive experience and have safe riding practices reinforced while riding the bus.
Bus Monitors need to collaborate with the Bus Driver in teaching children the correct safety procedures for boarding and exiting a bus as well as the danger zones around the vehicle.
Bus Monitors are highly encouraged to lead children in singing, telling stories, playing visual games, or doing quiet activities throughout a bus route. By working with teachers, Bus Monitors can extend and reinforce classroom learning.
- Bus Monitors participate in professional development along with regular Head Start staff to improve their job skills. High School Diploma or GED Experience
Prior experience working with preschool aged children External Company Name: Children's Home Society External Company URL: www.chsofnj.org/?
Requisition Number 17-1761 Post Date 9/7/2017 Title Program Monitor City Santa Fe Springs State CA Description 1. Support the stated mission of The Salvation Army and the Transitional Living Center in word and deed. 2.
Monitor and supervise the entrance and exit of all persons at the Santa Fe Springs Transitional Living Center. 3. Make timely rounds of the facility to ensure that residents are safe and protected. 4. Enforce the program rules and regulations. 5.
Fulfill basic housekeeping duties and assignments as directed. 6. Supervise, monitor and record medication and distribution to residents. 7. Provide crisis intervention as needed. 8.
Maintain a helpful and friendly attitude toward residents. 9. Provide support and encouragement to residents. 10. Ensure that all Facility Monitor paperwork and records are accurate and up to date. 11.
Attend staff meetings and trainings when assigned. 12. Acts according to all emergency policies. 13. Supports the goals and directives of the Program Team. 14.
Follows through with all legal obligations (e.g. Child abuse reporting, accident reports, etc.) 15. Documents all resident and facility issues, incidents and/or concerns for Program Team review. 16.
Answers facility phone, screening, making appropriate referrals and/or taking messages when necessary. 17. Follows through with resident’s immediate needs, e.g. healthcare, food, clothing, toiletries. 18. Assists with donations (sorting, storing, distribution, etc.) 19.
Provide orientation of House Rules and program structure to new incoming residents. 20. Other duties as assigned. Requirements 1.
High School Graduate or equivalent. 2. 6 Months experience (or equivalent) working with homelessness, positive reinforcement principles, social work, etc. 3. Must obtain and maintain current CPR and First Aid certification. 4. Must receive T.B. testing annually. 5.
Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with co-workers, supervisor, residents, outside vendors, police, other social service providers, etc. 6. Must be able to set limits and maintain professional boundaries at all times. 7. Must maintain a non-judgmental attitude in working with residents. 8.
Must remain calm and follow protocol in all situations.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c) Apply On-line
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