Director Stage Job Description Sample
Oncology Clinical Director (Early Stage Clinical Development)
Merck & Co., Inc. Kenilworth, N.J., U.S.A. known as Merck in the United States and Canada, is a global health care leader with a diversified portfolio of prescription medicines, vaccines and animal health products. The difference between potential and achievement lies in the spark that fuels innovation and inventiveness; this is the space where Merck has codified its legacy for over a century. Merck’s success is backed by ethical integrity, forward momentum, and an inspiring mission to achieve new milestones in global healthcare. Merck is on a quest for cures and is committed to being the world’s premier, most research-intensive biopharmaceutical company. Today, we’re doubling down on this goal. Merck Research Laboratories is a true scientific research facility of tomorrow, and will take Merck’s leading discovery capabilities and world-class small molecule and biologics R&D expertise to create breakthrough science that radically changes the way we approach serious diseases. The Director reports to a Senior or Executive Director in the Oncology Clinical Research Group. Under the guidance of a supervisor, the Director has primary responsibility for the planning and directing of clinical research activities involving new or marketed Oncology medicines. Merck's Oncology medicines span all phases of clinical development (pre-clinical to post-licensure). The Director will manage the entire cycle of clinical development, including: study design, placement, monitoring, analysis, regulatory reporting, and publication. Specifically, the Director may be responsible for:
Evaluating pre-clinical and translational work for the purpose of generating early clinical development plan and Investigational New Drug applications;
Developing of clinical development strategies for investigational or marketed Oncology drugs;
Planning clinical trials (design, operational plans, settings) based on these clinical development strategies;
Monitoring and managing the conduct of ongoing or new clinical trials for investigational or marketed Oncology drugs;
Analyzing and summarizing the clinical findings from studies to support decisions regarding safety and efficacy as well as new drug applications, clinical study reports, or publication; and participation in internal and joint internal/external research project teams relevant to the development of new compounds, and the further study of marketed compounds. In executing these duties, the Director may:
Supervise the activities of Clinical Scientists in the execution of clinical studies;
Work closely with a cross-functional group of experts in commercialization, regulatory affairs, statistics, and manufacturing to manage clinical development projects; and
Assist the Senior/Executive Director in ensuring that appropriate Corporate personnel are informed of the progress of studies of Merck's and
Competitors' drugs and internal and external expert opinion on scientific questions relevant to his/her areas of responsibility. The Director is responsible for maintaining a strong scientific fund of knowledge by:
Maintaining awareness of scientific developments within his/her area of expertise, in terms of new scientific findings, research methodologies;
Identification of scientifically and operationally strong investigators who can assist in the development of Merck's investigational and marketed drugs;
Establishing communications with prominent clinical investigators in his/her particular field of interest, particularly those who will be willing and able to assist in the evaluation of Merck drugs;
Attend appropriate scientific meetings to maintain his or her competency and to maintain awareness of research activities in his/her area of responsibility. To accomplish these goals, the Director may:
Author detailed development documents, presentations, budgets, and position papers for internal and external audiences;
Facilitating collaborations with external researchers around the world
Travel on company business about twenty (20) percent of the time to manage future or ongoing clinical research projects. Education:
M.D or M.D./Ph.D Required:
Board Certified or Eligible in Oncology (and/or Hematology)
Must have experience in industry or academia
Demonstrated record of scientific scholarship and achievement;
A proven track record in clinical medicine and background in biomedical research is essential
Strong interpersonal skills, as well as the ability to function in a team environment are essential. Preferred:
Prior specific experience in clinical research and prior publication is desirable but not necessary Your role at Merck is integral to helping the world meet new breakthroughs that affect generations to come, and we’re counting on your skills and inventiveness to help make meaningful contributions to global medical advancement. At Merck, we’re inventing for life. If you need an accommodation for the application process please email us at email@example.com.
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Stage Manager, School OF Music, College Of Fine Arts, School Of Music
Tracking Code 5167/J2517 Job Description Responsible for overseeing the technical aspects of all musical performances, rehearsals, master classes, and other events for the Boston University School of Music. Hire, train, and supervise work studystage crew; manage the Schools inventory of music chairs, stands, and stage equipment; monitor the School of Music practice areas; and assist with building maintenance.
Report to the Director of Production and Performance. This position requires irregular hours, including frequent nights and weekends. Required Skills B.A./B.S. required; three to five years of related work experience.
Classical music background required and the ability to lift at least 50 lbs. Work schedule is variable and follows the concert performance schedule.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor. Job Location BOSTON, Massachusetts, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular
Description Primarily responsible for stage managing recorded events and live productions originating from the KTVU/KICU studios, including scenery and prop preparation, stage lighting, teleprompter operation (including correct implementation) and responding to and carrying out direction and instructions from the director and/or producer by performing related duties as required/assigned. Position and operate studio and field computerized teleprompter (both hard copy and computerized.) Preparation, maintenance and assembly of theatrical sets, including scenic painting and set up and strike of scenery to storage. Maintain existing studio lighting in the studios using ladders and motorized lifts (up to 25 feet high). Organize and prepare studio for newscasts, cueing talent including time cues during the production, maintaining prop storage area and fulfill ancillary duties for studio presentations. Duties include working on location, outside the studio including set up and tear down of lighting, background sets, props and video equipment carts as well as driving designated company production vehicles. May be required to lift up to 40 lbs. Other duties assigned as deemed appropriate and necessary. ## Qualifications Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year College or technical school and one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Knowledgeable use of P.C. including Microsoft Office, Excel, Word, iNews, Autocue. Job: Stagehand
Primary Location:* United States-California-San Francisco
Job Type:* Standard
Req ID:* 17000432
Software Development, IBM Data Stage / Quality Stage
This is a software development quality stage analyst position to support the SCA Customer program. The successful candidate will be working with a global team to provide guidance and support in the usage of the Quality Stage tool. This includes the development of new software to support the launch of individual countries and regions, as well as technical support to assist in helping to resolve software failures and lead various efforts to ensure all responsible applications meet Ford’s security and control requirements.
- Work closely with Business to define parameters used in identifying customers for a given country
- Develop Business rules necessary to cleanse and match customer information from different sources and countries for the Single Complete Actionable Flexible view of the Customer program (SCA-C).
- Convert above Business rules into a common set of Quality Stage products that will provide consistency across Global platform
- Ability to analyze changing conditions and priorities in order to assess impact on existing processes to ensure they continue to meet the needs of the business
- Provide the road map for forward-looking, global solutions to all Quality Stage deliverables.
- Work closely with Business in defining business rules that will be used
- Lead and Mentor developers to ensure best practices are implemented for DataStage/QualityStage processes.
- Work closely with other delivery teams (MDM, Transform) to ensure the solution is able to meet all of the elements of the service agreements especially from an end customer perspective
- Work to effectively develop project plans that will meet the time critical needs of these programs.
- Ensure resource levels are within established budget.
- Coach/Mentor teams to ensure a smooth transition of solutions that utilize QS output.
- Accountable to enterprise-wide projects/programs for analytic/computer services supporting business critical engagements (Autonomous Vehicle, Ford Pass and Connected Vehicle)
- Bachelor’s Degree
- 5+ years of experience with Quality Stage
- 5+ years of experience with Data Stage
- In depth knowledge of Teradata programming and usage
- In depth knowledge of DB2 programming and usage
- In depth knowledge of SQL Server programming and usage
- Familiarity with major Customer Knowledge Systems
- Demonstrate ability to understand the business value behind the solutions IT delivers.
- Capable of thinking outside the box to deliver business value in a short amount of time.
- Ability to establish relationships with the Business Partners resulting in a high level of trust and reliability
- Courage to deliver service-based solutions founded in facts and data
- Experience with logical, physical, functional, operational, and technical architecture of large and complex information systems
- Capable of formulating compelling and comprehensive plans across the global technical service landscape
Candidates for positions with Ford Motor Company must be legally authorized to work in the United States on a permanent basis. Verification of employment eligibility will be required at the time of hire. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
Ford Motor Company is an equal opportunity employer committed to a culturally diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, age, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability status or protected veteran status.
Associate Propulsion Engineer - Stage 2 Development
At Virgin Orbit, we launch the small satellite revolution, accessing space for missions that were previously unimaginable and fostering new ideas and technologies to create a truly spacefaring civilization. We deliver Virgin’s legendary customer service by pairing technological advancements with a clear focus on our customers’ needs. We build a workplace and a workforce for the future, knowing that our decisions and investments of today will launch the industries of tomorrow. We engage a diverse and inclusive community of dreamers and achievers in a shared mission to access space to improve life on Earth. At Virgin Orbit, we boost imagination. Search all of our job openings on our career portal. Position Summary Virgin Orbit (VO) is seeking a new member for our team to serve as Associate Propulsion Engineer - Stage 2 Development. If you join us in this position, you will assist in propulsion system design, development, and test for the LauncherOne small satellite launch program. This role is for a hands-on person with great attention to detail and excellent people skills. This is a full-time position at our rocket factory in beautiful Long Beach, California.
Develop requirements and design concepts for engine and stage level propulsion systems.
Define, coordinate and control the functional and physical interfaces between the propulsion system, rocket, and the airplane.
Configure and detail design propulsion sub-systems and components to meet all design and performance criteria.
Define and support testing of propulsion sub-systems and components. Support fielded systems to assure continued reliability.
Occasional travel to Mojave, CA, approximately 10-20%.
Help Virgin Orbit do our part to make the world a better place.
Perform other duties as assigned & constantly learn new things— and share them with your team members! If you want to join us, you’d better have all of these…
Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Mechanical / Aerospace Engineering or relevant field.
0-3 years of experience in liquid rocket propulsion or pressurized fluid systems.
Knowledge of pressurized system manufacturing processes, test, and integration procedures.
Ability and willingness to thrive in a fast-paced, rapidly changing work environment. … and you should probably have a bunch of these, too.
Ability to thrive as a ‘one person team’ & be a contributing member of a larger team.
Excellent computer skills, standard office software as well demonstrated ability to learn and use CAD, FEA, CFD, Data Acquisition & Control, and/or custom software specific to problems being solved.
GD&T skills through experience and/or formal training.
Passion for space exploration and a firm belief in the utility of affordable access to space. ITAR Requirements To conform to U.S. Government space technology export regulations, applicant must be a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident of the U.S., protected individual as defined by ITAR (22 CFR §120.15) or eligible to obtain the required authorizations from the U.S. Department of State. Personal Requirements Our idea of a happy life: build rockets, work with brilliant people, serve purposeful customers, and open access to space. Sir Richard Branson’s belief is “If you get the perfect mix of people working for your company, you have a far greater chance of success.” From the very start, we have placed top priority on growing and fostering a team of creative, diverse, and talented women and men. In the words of Sir Richard Branson “We believe it’s better to have a hole in your team than an asshole in your team!” Search all of our job openings— www.VirginOrbit.com Virgin Orbit is an Equal Opportunity Employer; employment with Virgin Orbit is governed on the basis of merit, competence and qualifications and will not be influenced in any manner by race, color, religion, gender, national origin/ethnicity, veteran status, disability status, age, sexual orientation, marital status, mental or physical disability or any other legally protected status. iCIMS Req Number: 2017-3197 FLSA Status: Exempt External Company URL: https://virginorbit.com/
Senior Clinical Operations Program Manager - Late Stage CNS
Are you looking for a patient-focused company that will inspire you and support your career? If so, be empowered to take charge of your future at Takeda. Join us as a Senior Clinical Operations Program Manager – Late Stage CNS in our Cambridge office. Here, everyone matters and you will be a vital contributor to our inspiring, bold mission. As a Senior Clinical Operations Program Manager – CNS, you will be empowered to oversee a robust portfolio of clinical programs and their clinical studies and collaborate with our strategic partners. A typical day will include:
You will provide operational expertise and strategic input to the development of Clinical Development Plans.
You will develop and lead the operational strategy on assigned programs in close collaboration with our strategic partner.
You will represent Clinical Operations on both the Global Program Team (GPT) and the Clinical Sub Team (CST).
You will provide sponsor’s oversight of our strategic partner, program-level direction and support to the clinical study manager(s) responsible for the execution of your studies. Responsibilities
Translate the Clinical Research Plan into an optimal operational plan
Plan and oversee the overall execution of the assigned clinical program(s) to meet necessary quality, budget and timelines, * Responsible for program budget planning and accountable for external spend related to program execution.
Communicate program status, cost and issues to ensure timely decision-making by senior management
Responsible for operational risk management strategy in collaboration with Strategic Partners
Review and provide expert clinical operations input into clinical documents such as Investigator Brochures, * Investigational New Drug Applications (INDs) and/or Investigational Medicinal Product Dossier (IMPDs), study synopsis protocols, clinical study reports
Ensure adequate clinical operations resources are assigned to programs
Support functional strategic initiatives and process improvement
Requirements* * Bachelors Degree or international equivalent required, Life Sciences preferred.
Advanced degree is highly desirable. Experience leading multiple late stage CNS clinical trials
Expertise in global regulatory and compliance requirements for clinical research, including but not limited to US CFR, EUCTD, and ICH GCP. Awareness of local country requirements is also required.
Demonstrated excellence in project/program management and matrix leadership
Fluent business English (oral and written)
Experience:* * 7 years experience in pharmaceutical industry and/or clinical research organization, including 4 years clinical study management.
Experience must include Phase 2 and 3 studies and global/international studies or programs.
Experience in more than one therapeutic area, including CNS
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS:* * Requires approximately 10-20 % travel, including overnight and international travel to other Takeda sites, strategic partners, and therapeutic area required travel. WHAT TAKEDA CAN OFFER YOU: * 401(k) with company match and Annual Retirement Contribution Plan
Company match of charitable contributions
Health & Wellness programs including onsite flu shots and health screenings
Generous time off for vacation and the option to purchase additional vacation days
Community Outreach Programs
Empowering Our People to Shine*
Learn more at takedajobs.com. Takeda is an EEO employer of minorities, women, disabled, protected veterans, and considers qualified applicants with criminal histories in accordance with applicable laws. For more information, visit http://www.takeda.us/careers/EEO_Policy_Statement.aspx No Phone Calls or Recruiters Please #LI-ES2
Job:Research and Development
Title:Senior Clinical Operations Program Manager - Late Stage CNS
Pl/Sql Data Stage ETL Architect(Working Directly On The NYS Health Exchange Or Other State Or Federal Health Exchanges)
Duration: 24 Months
New York State of Health (NYSOH) is New York's official health plan marketplace established by Executive Order No. 42. Development and design of the marketplace is funded with federal Exchange establishment grant funds. The hourly based IT resources requested are needed to support the on-going design and development of information technology systems consistent with federal regulations and state and rules.
The Technical Architect (expert) will have responsibility for the technical operational aspects of the New York Health Benefit Exchange (NY-HX). This includes all software and technical infrastructure in support of the design, development and implementation of NY-HX systems. Specific duties include:
· Lead analysis, processing, metrics and reporting of EDI transactions
· Evaluate design, development, testing, and confirm that results are consistent with the system or business processes;
· Analyze and revise flow charts, process models and technical specs describing as-is or to-be IT systems or business processes
Candidates should have at least 84 months experience and a majority of the following should apply:
Each candidate should fill out the months of experience they have for each item in the table:
|1.||84 months of experience in Data analysis, Data profiling.||#of months||16|
|2.||72 months of experience developing complex SQL and PL/SQL.||#of months||10|
|3.||48 Months of experience as an ETL Architect:|
-of which 12 months is with IBM Data Stage.
-of which 36 months is with another ETL tool (ie Informatica, OWB)
|4.||84 months of working experience in data modeling, including logical, and physical modeling of data warehouse projects and DW loading Techniques, Change Data Capture (CDC) and Slowly Changing Dimensions.||#of months||20|
|5.||60 Months of experience as an ETL developer:|
-of which 12 months is with IBM Data Stage as a developer.
-of which 48 months is with other ETL tools (ie Informatica, OWB) as a developer
|6.||36 months’ experience working on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) working directly on the NYS health exchange or other state or Federal health exchanges.||#of months||10|
|7.||Bachelor Degree in Information Technology or Computer Science or similar field of study.||#of months||2|
Data Warehouse Administrator - Data Stage
Job Summary: Administrates, Develops and modifies ETL solutions on Data Stage. Designs data models used for reporting and analytics, develops ETL processes for data, and utilizes BI tools to satisfy end user data needs. Implements small projects or components or large projects. Ability to solve medium to complex problems.
Provides technical oversight for development andimplementation of database objects used for Data Warehousing and BusinessIntelligence solutions.
Administration of Data Stage environment
Has installed high availability configurations
Has led full cycle implementation on a DataStage project
Proficient and go-to resource for data movementand Oracle PL/SQL.
Provides technical leadership to tuning,monitoring, and performance tasks related to Data Warehousing functions.
Develops or modifies data models, ETL processes,and BI tool solutions.
Ensures appropriate documentation for alldevelopment and modification.
Ensures integrity and security of institutionaldata.
24 X7 On call responsibilities.
Technical Capabilities +
Business Intelligence Tools : Has successfully used thetool in situations of medium complexity. Occasionally needs assistance frominternal technical support in usage of the tool. May have successfullycompleted in-depth training in core components of the skill. Able to install andupgrade the tool. +
Data Marts : Has successfully appliedthe skill in situations of medium complexity. Occasionally needs assistancefrom internal technical support in its application, operation or practice. Mayhave successfully completed in-depth training in core components of the skill. +
Data Warehousing : Demonstrates anunderstanding of design concepts, data organization, capabilities andlimitations. Worked with corporate, as well as local, data warehouse models.Has used at least one of the state-of-the-art data warehouse packages availablein practical application of moderate difficulty. + ETL/ETT/ETM Tools and Process : Uses Datastage tools andutilities to accomplish appropriate data warehouse tasks under the direction ofother team members. Has participated in the process of extracting data fromsimple operational data sources or external data sources, transforming basicdata which includes cleansing, aggregation, summarization, integration, as wellas basic transformation, and loading the data into some form of the datawarehouse. Has experience with at least one type of data warehouse such as ODS,enterprise data warehouse, data mart. Capable of applying new software featuresin one or more ETL/ETT/ETM tools or utilities.
OrganizationalImpact: Executes job responsibilities withthe understanding of how output would affect and impact other areas related toown job area/team with occasional guidance. + ProblemSolving/Complexity of Work: Analyzesmoderately complex problems using technical experience and judgement +
Has expanded knowledge gainedthrough experience within a professional area +
TeamInteraction: Provides informal guidance andsupport to team members Bachelor's Degree (or equivalent experience) and 2 years relevant experience
Organization:VUMC IT Warehouse Admin 108047
Title:Data Warehouse Administrator - Data Stage
Location:TN-Nashville-3401 West End Ave
Late Stage Pharmaceutical Associate
Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories, a nationally recognized laboratory, is searching for a Late Stage Pharmaceutical Associate to support our Professional Scientific Staffing group in South San Francisco, CA. Late Stage Pharmaceutical Associate responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Basic understanding of GMP and GLP procedures. Fundamental knowledge of proteins and antibodies; specific experience with protein formulation a plus. Data analysis experience (e.g.
Excel, Matlab, Jmp or other programs). General wet lab skills including protein chromatographic characterization (SEC, IEC, RP), UV-visible spectroscopy and colorimetric assays. Perform analysis of samples with a variety of biochemical and biophysical assays including HPLC, ELSD, icIEF, sub-visible particle counting, osmolality, capillary electrophoresis sodium dodecyl sulfate (CE-SDS). Prepare data for presentation and assist in generating technical reports, and interact with other groups within the department. Perform review and peer review of analytical data.
Troubleshoot method and instrumentation problems as needed. Initiate and perform investigations and development as needed. Develop and execute validation plans as needed.
The ideal candidate would possess: Strong organizational, scientific, computational, communication and interpersonal skills. Highly organized, team oriented, dependable, a self-starter.
Knowledge of protein biochemistry is required. Ability to conduct process characterization and validation experiments, design-of-experiment robustness studies, as well as assay qualification studies. Basic to advance analytical knowledge in characterizing proteins with HPLC-based chromatographic techniques, electrophoresis methods, spectroscopy, and other biophysical characterization techniques.
Clinical lab experience and GMP/GLP knowledge a plus. Ability to work independently and as part of a team, self-motivated, adaptable and with a positive attitude. Ability to learn new techniques, perform multiple tasks simultaneously, attention to detail, keep accurate records, follow instructions, and omply with company policies.
Bachelor's or Master's degree in biochemistry, chemistry, analytical chemistry, chemical engineering, or other related degree concentration, with 1-2 years of industrial experience or 1-2 years of academic research experience. Authorization to work in the United States indefinitely without restriction or sponsorship.
Position is full-time, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., with overtime as needed. Candidates currently living within a commutable distance of South San Francisco, California are encouraged to apply. As a Eurofins Lancaster Labs employee, you will become part of a company that has received national recognition as a great place to work.
We offer excellent full-time benefits including comprehensive medical coverage, life and disability insurance, 401(k) with company match, paid holidays and vacation, personal days, and dental and vision options. To learn more about Eurofins, please explore our website . Eurofins is a M/F, Disabled, and Veteran Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer.
Stage Lighting And Sound Assistant Pool
Position Overview Hands-on work creating the lighting and sound elements involved in The University Theatre season. Lighting assistants work primarily in the areas of Stage Electrics. Sound Assistants work primarily in areas of Front of House Sound or Audio Production.
Job Description The student will be able to perform the following:
Lighting: hang, focus and maintain theatrical lighting equipment; Console operation, and programming, supervision of students in the Lighting Production course. Other duties as assigned. * FOH Sound: configure, and operate the sound system for mainstage productions.
Involves vocal reinforcement and computerized sound effect playback. Other duties as assigned.
Sound Production: Record, mix, and edit sound effects for all UT productions.
Train student board operators. Other duties as assigned. All positions:
Involves the use of power tools, the safe operation of stage equipment and machinery, occasional working at heights. Maintenance and inventory of light/sound equipment and spaces utilized in the production.
1.Proven experience in the operation of light and sound equipment as evidenced in application material. PLEASE SUBMIT A LIST OF SKILLS/EXPERIENCE AND TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE 2.
During the semester term of the appointment, the student hourly must be enrolled in no fewer than 6 credit hours. For summer periods the student hourly must: 1) have been enrolled in no less than 6 hours in the past spring semester or 2) be pre-enrolled in upcoming fall semester in no less than 6 hours or 3) be enrolled in summer session or 4) be admitted to study the upcoming fall semester. Student Hourlies may be undergraduate or graduate students (Exceptions granted for GRA/GTA/GA appointments DO NOT apply to Student Hourly appointments). ## Preferred Qualifications 1.
Lighting: Two-hour class in LIGHTING PRODUCTION - THR 224 OR proven experience in technical theatre 2. Attention to detail and self-motivation required. Able to work individually as well as with others as needed 3.
Familiarity with ETC consoles, automated lighting and CAD 4. Sound: Familiarity with Pro Tools, SFX and other computer based audio programs. Experience with standard techniques and practices in vocal reinforcement, system configuration and troubleshooting
Additional Candidate Instruction A complete application will include a cover letter and resume or CV
. Apply online and submit a letter describing your qualifications for this position as well as a list of relevant skills. Only complete applications will be considered.
THIS IS A POOL POSTING. Review of applications will be ongoing and hires will be made as needed throughout the posting period. This posting will close 12/8/17. ## Contact Information to Applicants Ann Sitzman Ann.Sitzman@ku.edu
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Auto req ID:* 9630BR
Posting Title:* Stage Lighting and Sound Assistant POOL
FTE:* .375 Reg/Temp: Temporary
Employee Class:* S-Student
Work Schedule:* 10-20 hours per week. Various hours depending on the production schedule. Includes some evenings and weekends
Advertised Salary Range:* $7.65 - $9.00 / hour
Application Review Begins:* 08-Aug-2017 Anticipated Start Date: 21-Aug-2017
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