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Summit BHC | Headquarters

Facility Chief Executive Officer

Are you a manager, clinician or business development professional in the behavioral health or substance abuse treatment field seeking upward mobility with a growing company?

Summit Behavioral Healthcare, headquartered in Franklin, TN is seeking qualified applications for facility CEO positions in various markets/regions for behavioral health, substance abuse residential, PHP, and IOP environments. Expectations of the CEO include providing hands-on management, leading to high performance and results-oriented operations which will support the mission of the facility. The CEO assumes full operational oversight of the facility, including the primary responsibilities of generating revenue, managing expenses, maintaining regulatory/accreditation compliance and ensuring the best care possible is provided. The CEO is responsible for assisting business development in cultivating relationships within the service area. This position exercises judicious decision making, initiative, judgment, problem solving and self-regulation within a host of situations.

Qualified candidate must possess a minimum of a bachelor’s degree and at least 5 years of prior experience in executive leadership positions. Successful candidates must be a self-motivated, independent, hands on individual with proven success.

Job Duties Include, but are not limited to:

  • Full P&L Responsibility
  • Quality of Care
  • Employee Relations/Human Resource Management
  • Contract Negotiations
  • Business Development
  • Accreditation/licensing Compliance

Summit BHC operates facilities in 14 states with plans to continue growth through additional acquisitions and De Novo’s.

Comprehensive benefits package offered along with competitive salaries commensurate with experience and qualifications. Qualified applicants should apply by submitting resume here.

Patient Account Representative

Summit BHC Administrative Offices located in Franklin, TN is currently searching for a Patient Account Representative. Qualified candidate will have High school diploma or equivalent. A minimum of two years previous work experience with insurance follow-up is required. Must have full understanding of insurance follow-up processes (e.g. Billing, Collections, Managed Care, Medicaid and Commercial Practices), and well-developed interpersonal skills. The ideal candidate will have excellent verbal and written communication skills, knowledge of EOBs, CPT & ICD-9/ICD-10 codes, HCFAs, UB04s, HCPCS, authorizations/referrals, good problem solving skills, detail oriented and well organized, an ability to perform under pressure in a calm manner, positive attitude with a team player focus. This position requires the ability to work independently, accomplish goals in a timely manner, excellent customer service and communication skills, patience and flexibility.

Job Duties Include, but are not limited to:

  • Obtain Claim Status via Telephone/Internet/Fax
  • Obtain Supporting Documentation Regarding Insurance Follow-up Efforts
  • Transmission of Electronic Claims
  • Post payments and Identify Contractual/Administrative Adjustments to ensure proper account resolution

Comprehensive benefits package offered along with competitive salaries commensurate with experience and qualifications. Summit BHC is an EOE.

Qualified applicants should apply by submitting resume here.

Human Resources / Payroll Manager

Summit, BHC has a full time Human Resources / Payroll Manager position available for corporate office human resources support and payroll processing.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree is preferred
  • Relevant experience in HR and payroll processing and management
  • Healthcare environment experience preferred

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Preparing and updating employee records
  • Ensuring new hire paperwork is completed and processed
  • Addressing employee relations issues
  • Payroll processing
    • Data Entry
    • Tax jurisdiction set up and maintenance
    • Garnishment management
    • Actual processing of corporate payroll
    • Set up payroll system of acquisitions
    • Help resolve payroll issues at facilities
    • Previous experience in ADP Workforce Now Platform
  • Ensure policies and procedures are communicated to staff and implemented
  • Special projects as assigned by VP of HR
  • Assisting facilities with payroll and human resources issues

Summit BHC offers a comprehensive benefit plan and a competitive salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Summit BHC is a Drug Free Workplace and an EOE.

Qualified applicants should apply by submitting resume here.


English Mountain Recovery | Tennessee

PRN Nurse Days | Part-time | Knoxville, TN

POSITION SUMMARY
Under the guidance and supervision of the Director of Nursing, or designee, the Nurse is responsible for providing care to the clients and providing direction and supervision to non- professional personnel in the provision of direct client care.

QUALIFICATIONS
An experienced RN/LPN who also has two (2) years of Chemical Dependency experience preferred but will also consider basic nursing experience; a current LPN or RN license. Must meet and maintain facility and unit educational requirements and annual competencies. Must have current CPR/First Aid Certification.

PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS
Duties are determined by the facility’s needs and may include, but are not limited to, the following:

CLINICAL

  • Complete nursing assessments in a timely manner and indicate potential problems.
  • Ability to act independently.
  • Open interdisciplinary treatment plan and appropriately develop treatment plan for all conditions.
  • Communicate with client/family regarding care plan and outcome goals; involve client/family in developing plan of care and accomplishing outcome goals and/or consistently attend and actively participate in interdisciplinary team conferences.
  • Facilitate client support/educational groups.
  • Provide client care with minimal supervision. Adapt to assignments based on unit need. Independently recognize and assume additional responsibility.
  • Supervise self-administration of medications using safety initiative of using two means of client identification; document and report effects of scheduled and PRN medications; observe and report effects of medications in a safe and accurate manner; facility narcotics and client narcotics are handled appropriately.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of specialty practice through clinical performance.
  • Communicate pertinent information to peers and physicians and act as a client advocate; anticipate client needs and make appropriate suggestions regarding treatment.
  • Perform in a competent, calm and professional manner during crises or emergency situations; perform proficiently and expertly; aware of emergency medications, equipment and their location and is proficient in knowledge and use.
  • Demonstrate ability to perform procedures and skills in a safe and accurate manner; able to perform complex procedures and skills independently or with minimal supervision.
  • Communicate and document teaching and discharge planning.
  • Accurately take physician’s orders (verbal or via telephone) and document appropriately; transcribe and review physician’s orders.
  • Accurately and legibly document intervention and expected outcomes, noting client response, effectiveness of intervention and complications.
  • Demonstrate the ability to provide safe care to adults.
  • Thorough knowledge of pharmacy systems (e.g., ordering, obtaining, and verification).
  • Define and classify common chemicals of dependency and demonstrate knowledge of different medications and protocols for detoxification.
  • Recognize potential dual-diagnosis clients.
  • Recognize signs and symptoms of intoxication from different substances.
  • Adhere to HIPAA and other confidentiality guidelines.
  • Utilize standard precautions and follow infection control procedures.
  • Adhere to CARF Standards.
  • Aware of client handbook/contents; adhere to program rules.
  • Able to give thorough report to oncoming staff, supervisors, and physician.
  • Able to answer inquiries regarding admission and facilitate process.
  • Maintain unit safety in regard to contraband.
  • Aware of specific shift duties and those of the SAT.
  • Perform additional tasks as assigned.

License: Registered Nurse (RN) (Required)

Qualified applicants should apply by submitting resume here.

PRN Nurse Days | Part-time | Sevierville, TN 37876

POSITION SUMMARY
Under the guidance and supervision of the Director of Nursing, or designee, the Nurse is responsible for providing care to the clients and providing direction and supervision to non- professional personnel in the provision of direct client care.

QUALIFICATIONS
An experienced RN/LPN who also has two (2) years of Chemical Dependency experience preferred but will also consider basic nursing experience; a current LPN or RN license. Must meet and maintain facility and unit educational requirements and annual competencies. Must have current CPR/First Aid Certification.

PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS
Duties are determined by the facility’s needs and may include, but are not limited to, the following:

CLINICAL

  • Complete nursing assessments in a timely manner and indicate potential problems.
  • Ability to act independently.
  • Open interdisciplinary treatment plan and appropriately develop treatment plan for all conditions.
  • Communicate with client/family regarding care plan and outcome goals; involve client/family in developing plan of care and accomplishing outcome goals and/or consistently attend and actively participate in interdisciplinary team conferences.
  • Facilitate client support/educational groups.
  • Provide client care with minimal supervision. Adapt to assignments based on unit need. Independently recognize and assume additional responsibility.
  • Supervise self-administration of medications using safety initiative of using two means of client identification; document and report effects of scheduled and PRN medications; observe and report effects of medications in a safe and accurate manner; facility narcotics and client narcotics are handled appropriately.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of specialty practice through clinical performance.
  • Communicate pertinent information to peers and physicians and act as a client advocate; anticipate client needs and make appropriate suggestions regarding treatment.
  • Perform in a competent, calm and professional manner during crises or emergency situations; perform proficiently and expertly; aware of emergency medications, equipment and their location and is proficient in knowledge and use.
  • Demonstrate ability to perform procedures and skills in a safe and accurate manner; able to perform complex procedures and skills independently or with minimal supervision.
  • Communicate and document teaching and discharge planning.
  • Accurately take physician’s orders (verbal or via telephone) and document appropriately; transcribe and review physician’s orders.
  • Accurately and legibly document intervention and expected outcomes, noting client response, effectiveness of intervention and complications.
  • Demonstrate the ability to provide safe care to adults.
  • Thorough knowledge of pharmacy systems (e.g., ordering, obtaining, and verification).
  • Define and classify common chemicals of dependency and demonstrate knowledge of different medications and protocols for detoxification.
  • Recognize potential dual-diagnosis clients.
  • Recognize signs and symptoms of intoxication from different substances.
  • Adhere to HIPAA and other confidentiality guidelines.
  • Utilize standard precautions and follow infection control procedures.
  • Adhere to CARF Standards.
  • Aware of client handbook/contents; adhere to program rules.
  • Able to give thorough report to oncoming staff, supervisors, and physician.
  • Able to answer inquiries regarding admission and facilitate process.
  • Maintain unit safety in regard to contraband.
  • Aware of specific shift duties and those of the SAT.
  • Perform additional tasks as assigned.

License: Registered Nurse (RN) (Required)

Qualified applicants should apply by submitting resume here.

Fulltime and PRN Nurse Days/Overnight | Sevierville, TN 37876

POSITION SUMMARY
Under the guidance and supervision of the Director of Nursing, or designee, the Nurse is responsible for providing care to the clients and providing direction and supervision to non- professional personnel in the provision of direct client care.

QUALIFICATIONS
An experienced RN/LPN who also has two (2) years of Chemical Dependency experience preferred but will also consider basic nursing experience; a current LPN or RN license Must meet and maintain facility and unit educational requirements and annual competencies. Must have current CPR/First Aid Certification.

PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS
Duties are determined by the facility’s needs and may include, but are not limited to, the following:

CLINICAL

  • Complete nursing assessments in a timely manner and indicate potential problems.
  • Ability to act independently.
  • Open interdisciplinary treatment plan and appropriately develop treatment plan for all conditions.
  • Communicate with client/family regarding care plan and outcome goals; involve client/family in developing plan of care and accomplishing outcome goals and/or consistently attend and actively participate in interdisciplinary team conferences.
  • Facilitate client support/educational groups.
  • Provide client care with minimal supervision. Adapt to assignments based on unit need. Independently recognize and assume additional responsibility.
  • Supervise self-administration of medications using safety initiative of using two means of client identification; document and report effects of scheduled and PRN medications; observe and report effects of medications in a safe and accurate manner; facility narcotics and client narcotics are handled appropriately.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of specialty practice through clinical performance.
  • Communicate pertinent information to peers and physicians and act as a client advocate; anticipate client needs and make appropriate suggestions regarding treatment.
  • Perform in a competent, calm and professional manner during crises or emergency situations; perform proficiently and expertly; aware of emergency medications, equipment and their location and is proficient in knowledge and use.
  • Demonstrate ability to perform procedures and skills in a safe and accurate manner; able to perform complex procedures and skills independently or with minimal supervision.
  • Communicate and document teaching and discharge planning.
  • Accurately take physician’s orders (verbal or via telephone) and document appropriately; transcribe and review physician’s orders.
  • Accurately and legibly document intervention and expected outcomes, noting client response, effectiveness of intervention and complications.
  • Demonstrate the ability to provide safe care to adults.
  • Thorough knowledge of pharmacy systems (e.g., ordering, obtaining, and verification).
  • Define and classify common chemicals of dependency and demonstrate knowledge of different medications and protocols for detoxification.
  • Recognize potential dual-diagnosis clients.
  • Recognize signs and symptoms of intoxication from different substances.
  • Adhere to HIPAA and other confidentiality guidelines.
  • Utilize standard precautions and follow infection control procedures.
  • Adhere to CARF Standards.
  • Aware of client handbook/contents; adhere to program rules.
  • Able to give thorough report to oncoming staff, supervisors, and physician.
  • Able to answer inquiries regarding admission and facilitate process.
  • Maintain unit safety in regard to contraband.
  • Aware of specific shift duties and those of the SAT.
  • Perform additional tasks as assigned.

License: Registered Nurse (RN) (Required)

Benefits:

  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Retirement plan
  • Paid time off

Qualified applicants should apply by submitting resume here.


Highland Hospital | West Virginia

UR Director | Charleston, West Virginia

Manages all aspects of Utilization Review and provides overall direction of Utilization Review including supervising Utilization Review staff, reviewing information gathered from admissions, assigning cases to Utilization Review staff, monitoring the progress of all UR cases, problem solving when necessary and reporting/mitigating all issues with utilization for all Highland Companies. Reports to the CFO.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (not all inclusive):

  • Manages operations and productivity of Utilization Review.
  • Assigns all patients to Utilization Review Coordinators and maintains the work schedule.
  • Manages any discrepancies with regard to stated benefit information and insurance verification, need for updated benefits or follow-up on a problem with a pre-certification from admissions.
  • Works closely with Admissions staff/Admissions Manager to ensure patient information is accurate and pre-certification is complete.
  • Supervises Utilization Review staff to ensure they are following up on the information after it is verified and pre-certified appropriately.
  • Assists and oversees any denials, retro-reviews and documentation thereof.
  • Notifies Billing Manager of unusual or complicated account situations in writing.
  • Maintains clinical checks of documentation on each case, including and emphasis on Medicare chart review.
  • Identifies and forwards charts for review based on outlying data to the Medical Director.
  • Adheres to all applicable company policies, governmental regulation and policies regarding patient privacy including HIPAA. Sets professional example for others.
  • Provides training, support and in-service education to Utilization Review staff and other employees of the hospital.
  • Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Requires a minimum of 5 years’ experience as licensed Registered Nurse, Counselor or Social Worker. Requires a minimum of 5 years’ experience in medical/psychiatric Utilization, Managed Care or Billing. Minimum 1 year supervisory experience in clinical setting/utilization.

Comprehensive benefits package offered along with competitive salaries commensurate with experience and qualifications. Qualified applicants should apply by submitting resume here.

Director of Admissions

Highland Hospital, a behavioral health facility located in Charleston, West Virginia serves patients in acute psych, detox and PRTF levels of care; is searching for a Director of Admissions to join our team.

The Director of Admissions will direct the facility admissions activities by driving the admissions process, developing, implementing and maintaining revenue-generating strategies.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Manage all aspects of the patient referral and admission process
  • Directs staff in assessing potential admissions to ensure the facility can meet the prospective patient’s needs.
  • Responsible for the hiring decisions for Admissions Department personnel, provide orientation, in-service and continuing education programs for department staff and other internal positions responsible for crisis triage and/or evaluation services.
  • Conduct quality assurance and quality improvement programs for nurturing professional relationships with payors, physicians and other clinicians in acute care hospitals, community mental health centers and other organizations.
  • Serves as liaison to the Business Office to assure appropriate and accurate billing information is accessible to the admissions team.
  • Provides leadership to the admissions department

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/SKILL REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s Degree, counselor certification, or RN nursing license required (RN with valid West Virginia nursing license);
  • At least three (3) years (five years preferred) of prior experience in a behavioral health field including admissions, working with payors and developing referral relationships
  • Two (2) years of proven management experience is required.

Comprehensive benefits package offered along with competitive salaries commensurate with experience and qualifications. Highland Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants should apply by submitting resume here.


Twin Lakes Recovery Center | Georgia

Nurses

Twin Lakes Recovery Center, a 50 bed Substance Abuse Residential Facility and a subsidiary of Summit Behavioral Healthcare, is located between Atlanta and Athens in Monroe, GA.

PRN positions are available.

  • Must have active GA LPN or RN License
  • Prior experience in an addiction treatment facility a plus, but not required

Summit BHC offers a comprehensive benefit plan and a competitive salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Summit BHC is an EOE.

To apply for this position: submit your resume & cover letter here.

Clinical Technicians

Twin Lakes Recovery Center, a 50 bed Substance Abuse Residential Facility and a subsidiary of Summit Behavioral Healthcare, is located between Atlanta and Athens in Monroe, GA.

PRN positions are available.

  • Prior experience in recovery or 12 step programs is a huge plus
  • Position may also require minor documentation to be completed and may occasionally be required to work extra hours

Summit BHC offers a comprehensive benefit plan and a competitive salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Summit BHC is an EOE.

To apply for this position: submit your resume & cover letter here.

Counselors

Twin Lakes Recovery Center, a 50 bed Substance Abuse Residential Facility and a subsidiary of Summit Behavioral Healthcare, is located between Atlanta and Athens in Monroe, GA.

Full time and PRN positions are available.

  • Candidates will need experience in case management, including facilitating group and individual counseling, educational didactics, treatment planning, maintaining clinical records in accordance to state standards and Twin Lakes Recovery Center policies, and working with families effected by addiction
  • Previous experience in the field of residential addiction treatment is a plus

Summit BHC offers a comprehensive benefit plan and a competitive salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Summit BHC is an EOE.

To apply for this position: submit your resume & cover letter here.


Victory Addiction Recovery Center | Louisiana

Nurse (LPN/RN)

Full Time Nights/Evenings

Victory Addiction Recovery Center is a 26 bed, Joint Commission accredited addiction treatment center in Lafayette, Louisiana. We are currently seeking an experienced FT Nurse to work nights and evenings.

Requirements:

  • Current license to practice as a nurse in Louisiana
  • Prefer that staff nurses have at least 1 year nursing experience prior to hire

Summit BHC offers a comprehensive benefit plan and a competitive salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Summit BHC is an EOE.

To apply for this position:
Fax resume to (337) 456-9131 or email to HumanResources@myvictorycenter.com

Business Development Representative

Full Time Position

Victory is looking for the right person to help increase the awareness of services we provide to a variety of markets. The territory includes North Louisiana and just over the border in Texas and Mississippi. This position is responsible for increasing awareness of program services, establishing and maintaining professional relationships with referral sources for the purpose of generating appropriate patient referrals/admissions and more. The ideal person will have sales experience and knowledge of the behavioral health and/or addiction treatment process. The position works under the general supervision of the Business Development Director.

Requirements:

  • Two years of behavioral health/ substance abuse experience preferred
  • Bachelor Degree in sales or behavioral health related field also preferred
  • Position will require some overnight travel

Summit BHC offers a comprehensive benefit plan and a competitive salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Summit BHC is an EOE.

To apply for this position:
Fax resume to (337) 456-9131 or email to HumanResources@myvictorycenter.com


Waypoint Recovery Center | South Carolina

Admissions Coordinator/Counselor

Waypoint Recovery Center is a 35 bed residential substance use disorder treatment facility looking for a qualified candidate to fill an Admissions Coordinator/Counselor position within the facility. Waypoint is an equal opportunity employer whose mission is to Improve The Lives We Touch. Our Values include Honesty, Competence, Perseverance, Passion, Respect and Teamwork. If you want to work for a company who values those things then apply with us!

Your job as an Admissions Coordinator/Counselor would be:

  • Help the Director of Admissions to coordinate the inquiry and admission processes
  • Conducts over the phone screenings
  • Review clinical information and make decisions surrounding appropriateness for admission to Waypoint
  • Utilize and provide upkeep of inquiry database for all calls and admissions
  • Assist with initial intake paperwork for new admissions
  • Understand the importance of “first impressions” and strive for the best when welcoming clients, families and guests to the facility

The ideal candidate would have:

  • Experience working in an Admissions Department
  • A certification as an addictions counselor or a degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology or related field
  • A minimum of one (1) years experience in the behavioral health field or an equivalent combination of education, experience and training that provides required knowledge, skills and abilities required
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • An action oriented mindset with a sense of urgency
  • Proficiency with a computer
  • The ability to pick up procedures quickly

Waypoint Recovery Center offers a comprehensive benefit plan and a competitive salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Waypoint Recovery Center is a Drug Free Workplace and an EOE.

To apply for this position: submit your resume & cover letter here.

Addictions Counselor - Part-Time - Weekends

Waypoint Recovery Center is a residential, behavioral health care facility located in Cameron, South Carolina specializing in the treatment of people dealing with an alcohol and/or drug addiction. We are currently looking for qualified, professional, and motivated clinical staff. Our Company Mission is to “Improve The Lives We Touch” and our Values are: Honesty Competence, Perseverance, Passion, Respect and Teamwork. We are looking for people who possess these qualities to become a part of our team.

Your Job as a Counselor:

The Substance Use Disorder Counselor is the glue that holds our patient’s treatment and recovery plan together using motivational interviewing, accountability and shame free support. Our Counselors provide high quality, compassionate care through various mediums which include both individual and group counseling sessions. Our Counselor will plan, oversee, facilitate and document their patient’s recovery as well as provide leadership and guidance for the activities of other personnel.

Your Responsibilities as a Counselor:

  • Conduct individual counseling sessions as scheduled and documents as required
  • Conduct group and/or family sessions as scheduled and documents as required
  • May co-facilitate assigned group or family sessions
  • Assist in the completion of initial bio-psychosocial assessments for patients;
  • Ensure all documentation regarding patient care, treatment and incidents is completed timely and in a clear, concise manner
  • Provide crisis intervention to patients, as needed
  • Evaluate patient’ needs and determines if referrals to other programs or facilities are needed

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in social or health services field with 4+ years experience in counseling field; degree must be from an accredited college or university
  • Previous experience providing guidance and direction to others
  • Previous experience in Addictions

Licenses/Certifications:

  • Master level counselors who are licensed to practice (LPC, LISW, LMSW, LMFT) in South Carolina are highly desired

Waypoint Recovery Center offers a comprehensive benefit plan and a competitive salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Waypoint Recovery Center is a Drug Free Workplace and an EOE.To apply for this position: submit your resume & cover letter here.

Director of Clinical Services

Waypoint Recovery Center is a 35 bed Residential Treatment facility for Substance Use Disorders located in Cameron, SC and an outpatient treatment office located in North Charleston, SC. Waypoint is currently expanding to 67 beds and is looking for an experienced Director of Clinical Services to lead the growing client care operations. Our Company Mission is to “Improve the Lives We Touch” and our Values are: Honesty Competence, Perseverance, Passion, Respect and Teamwork. We are looking for someone who possesses these qualities to become a part of our Leadership team. The Director of Clinical Services is responsible for Day to Day Client Care Operations in the residential and outpatient location.

Expectations and Job Duties Include but are not limited to:

  • The development and management of a high quality treatment program. Responsible for the overall quality and delivery of client care and the therapeutic milieu.
  • The hiring, development and management of a cohesive clinical team.
  • The development and management of clinical strategic planning
  • Efficient personnel management and oversight.
  • Contributing to and working collaboratively with the Senior Leadership Team, Business Development and community partners/referral sources.
  • Development of Performance Improvement initiatives related to the clinical product.
  • Responsible for the revision and implementation of policies and procedures as appropriate.
  • Responsible for implementing and meeting standards and regulations of our licensing entity, The Joint Commission, and other regulatory standards including Managed Care.
  • Planning and maintaining staffing of the Clinical Services Department.
  • Provide Supervision to Clinical Services Department Personnel on a weekly basis.

The Qualified Candidate must:

  • Be a fully licensed counselor in the state of South Carolina and/or certified as an Addictions Counselor I or II by SCAADAC, an Addictions Counselor Certified by NAADAC or have obtained reciprocity from an approved certification board.
  • Be an experienced clinical leader in the field of Substance Use Disorders.

Waypoint Recovery Center offers a comprehensive benefit plan and a competitive salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Waypoint Recovery Center is a Drug Free Workplace and an EOE.To apply for this position: submit your resume & cover letter here.

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