Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group
San Francisco, CA, USA
THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA
Created by the Legislature in 1927, the State Bar of California is a public corporation within the Judicial Branch of state government, serving as an administrative arm of the California Supreme Court. The State Bar licenses attorneys and regulates the profession and practice of law in California by administering the California Bar Exam; enforcing Rules of Professional Conduct for attorneys; disciplining attorneys who violate rules and laws; advancing access to justice; and promoting diversity and inclusion in the legal system.
The State Bar of California is the largest State Bar in the country and one of the largest in the world. The State Bar licenses more than 250,000 attorneys, investigates approximately 16,000 complaints of attorney misconduct annually, and distributes over $50 million in grants each year to legal aid organizations (more than $60 million in 2019). It is headquartered in San Francisco and also has an office in Los Angeles.
“The State Bar of California’s mission is to protect the public and includes the primary functions of licensing, regulation and discipline of attorneys; the advancement of the ethical and competent practice of law; and the promotion of efforts for greater access to, and inclusion in, the legal system.”
The State Bar is led by a Board of Trustees and managed by staff. The Board of Trustees serves as the State Bar’s governing body and develops the guiding policies and principles underpinning its regulatory mission. The Board is comprised of 13 members that include five attorneys appointed by the California Supreme Court, two attorneys appointed by the Legislature; and six “public” (non-attorney) members appointed by the Legislature and the Governor. The Executive Director, through and with the Bar’s Leadership Team of seven Division Chiefs, is responsible for ensuring that the organization fulfills its mission and achieves the specific goals outlined in the Bar’s strategic plan.
The State Bar is organized into seven functional divisions: Office of General Counsel, Office of Chief Trial Counsel, State Bar Court, Office of Finance, Programs Division, Administrative Division, and Mission Advancement & Accountability Division.
THE OFFICE OF ACCESS & INCLUSION
The newly-minted State Bar Office of Access & Inclusion brings together grantmaking of the Legal Services Trust Fund Program, policymaking of the Center on Access to Justice, and the State Bar’s diversity work. This restructure will focus the State Bar’s access and inclusion work and build a framework to ensure that innovations and policy developments guide decisions about discretionary legal services grants and other grantmaking and vice versa.
One core function of this office is to oversee the State Bar's legal aid grants benefitting organizations providing direct legal services to low-income Californians, including immigrants, seniors, veterans, and people with disabilities. Through these grants, the State Bar ensures that all Californians have access to qualified, ethical attorneys. The office also guides State Bar policy on access to justice and legal services, staffing the California Commission on Access to Justice and delivering on the access goals and objectives set forth in the State Bar’s strategic plan. The office is also responsible for leading the Bar on diversity and inclusion initiatives, through the Coalition on Access and Fairness and Bar driven initiatives. These initiatives support the goal of increasing diversity in the legal profession with a goal that the legal profession reflect the diversity of California.
As a member of the Executive Management Team, the Director is responsible for planning, directing, and managing efforts to achieve the access to justice and diversity and inclusion missions of the State Bar.
The new Director will be joining the Bar at an exciting time of transformation and refinement, including an expansive governance review, reorganization, and recommitment to equity. The Director will operationalize this commitment in the organization’s daily work and cultivate and maintain a workplace culture that values equity and diversity, is culturally competent, and in which all staff are supported, inspired, included, and open to change and growth.
Addressing the Justice Gap
The State Bar is embarking on an exciting statewide Justice Gap Study, slated for completion by the end of 2019. The Director will be charged with managing the study and its many component parts to completion. The Director will be expected to assess how the results of the study could or should guide the important grantmaking activities of the office. The Director will also be charged with developing new approaches to serve modest means Californians, exploring issues on the right to counsel, and improving the diversity in the legal profession.
Advocate on Behalf of Californians
The Director will serve as a liaison and spokesperson to the judicial branch, legal services organizations, law schools, and other local, state, and national entities regarding access to justice and diversity and inclusion related issues and activities.
Liaise with Appointed Commissions and Partners
The Director provides staff support to the California Commission on Access to Justice, the Council on Access and Fairness, and the Legal Services Trust Fund Commission, and is responsible for strategizing, spearheading, and managing various access to justice, inclusion, and diversity initiatives relevant to these commissions. Also, as a continuation of ongoing governance review activities, the Director will evaluate the efficacy of these commissions and suggest improvements or changes to the Executive Leadership team and implement changes approved by the Board of Trustees.
QUALIFICATIONS OF THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
While no one candidate will embody all the qualifications enumerated below, the ideal candidate will possess many of the following professional and personal abilities, attributes, and experiences
* An inclusive, visionary leader with demonstrated experience effectively inspiring and leveraging staff, community, and partner relationships toward impact
* Experience developing or improving organizational capacity, with an eye toward opportunities for process improvement
* Demonstrated leadership in a large, dynamic organization including strategic and fiscal oversight, including budget development experience
* Excellent writing, analytical, and oral communication skills
* Deep knowledge of the legal services community across the state, including a keen understanding of the issues faced by underrepresented groups in a legal context
* An understanding of the importance of advocacy in broader policy and public relations contexts, and a facility for advancing justice, equity, and inclusion through such channels
* A Law Degree and significant nonprofit management experience in the legal aid or social justice fields
More information about the State Bar of California may be found at: www.calbar.ca.gov
This search is being conducted by Tamar Datan and Chris Cannon of the national search firm, NPAG. Nominations, inquiries, and/or applications, including a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, and your resume should be submitted to: SBC-DAI@nonprofitprofessionals.com
Cultivating a diverse and inclusive team of board members, staff members, and partners is an essential component of the State Bar of California’s work to advance equity. Candidates of all backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.
Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group
Seattle, WA, USA
For nearly 100 years, the ACLU has been our nation’s guardian of liberty through its work in courts, legislatures, and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties that the Constitution and the laws of the United States guarantee everyone in this country. Today, the work of the ACLU is more critical than ever. After the 2016 election, the not-for-profit, nonpartisan organization experienced tremendous growth with nationwide membership quadrupling from 400,000 to 1,600,000.
The ACLU of Washington (ACLU-WA) is regarded as one of the strongest state offices in the ACLU's nationwide structure. With more than 80,000 members, 40 full-time staff, hundreds of volunteers, and a budget of $7.2 million, the ACLU-WA is a powerful force for protecting and promoting a broad range of civil liberties, including de-incarceration, immigrants’ rights, racial justice, free speech, privacy, reproductive rights, LGBTQ equality, and more. The ACLU-WA has a long record of cutting-edge advocacy, leading to many nationwide firsts: one of the first laws legalizing marijuana, the first state ballot initiative to protect marriage equality, one of the first court orders holding that when the military excluded a gay person it violated the law, the first class action challenging under the American with Disabilities Act the refusal to provide medically assisted opioid treatment to people in jail, and the first court rule to reduce implicit racial bias in jury selection.
At this pivotal moment in our nation's history and at this time of dynamic growth in the organization, the ACLU-WA seeks an accomplished leader to serve as its next Executive Director. This is an extraordinary opportunity for a chief executive to lead an established, respected, and growing organization in its mission to defend and advance the civil liberties of individuals and communities in Washington.
The Executive Director will first and foremost provide strategic leadership and manage the ACLU-WA’s operations and advocacy to ensure that the organization uses its litigation, policy, political, and communications tools to the fullest effect. The ideal candidate will have extensive executive leadership experience and a demonstrated ability to manage the operations and finances of a comparable organization, coupled with a genuine commitment to and passion for the ACLU’s mission. The next Executive Director should have a deep substantive knowledge of civil liberties, an exceptional talent for strategic thinking and execution, proven success raising money, superb communication skills, an ability to inspire and mobilize a diverse group of individuals around a shared vision, a demonstrated commitment to racial equity, and experience building a strong workplace culture where all staff are valued and supported.
APPLICATIONS & INQUIRIES For a detailed position description, please visit: https://nonprofitprofessionals.com/current-searches-all/aclu-edwa
This search is being conducted with assistance from Katherine Jacobs, Carolyn Ho, and Chris Cannon of Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group (NPAG). Please send nominations and/or applications including cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume, and where you learned of the position to: ACLU-EDWA@nonprofitprofessionals.com.
Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group
Legal Aid Justice Center (LAJC), a not for profit law firm committed to battling poverty and injustice through individual legal representation, group and class action litigation, community organizing, policy advocacy, and media relations, is seeking nominations and applications for the position of Executive Director. LAJC is a fierce advocate for low-income clients and communities in Central and Northern Virginia, and its work broadly impacts the entire state. The new Executive Director will lead a dedicated team of nearly 50 staff while providing overall strategic direction to the organization in its ambitious agenda to advance social justice throughout the state.
Founded in 1967, LAJC provides services under four key program areas: Civil Rights & Racial Justice, Economic Justice, Just Children, and Immigrant Advocacy. LAJC boldly tackles issues of systemic injustice and aims to raise public and policy-maker awareness of some of the most pressing challenges facing low-income Virginia residents.
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will lead the organization in its provision of civil legal services and will provide thoughtful leadership of the strategic planning process in order to position the organization for continued success through efforts targeting the state’s most vulnerable communities. S/he will be a seasoned, inclusive leader and an empowering manager, responsible for overseeing staff based in offices in Charlottesville, Falls Church, Petersburg, and Richmond, VA.
The ideal candidate will have significant nonprofit leadership and complex litigation experience, as well as demonstrated experience advancing access to justice and equal access to resources for all members of society. S/he will pursue opportunities for broad impact work and manage all internal finances and growth of a $5.5 million budget. S/he will ensure compliance with legal and funder requirements, ensuring the short and long term fiscal and programmatic health of the organization. S/he will also enhance internal capacity and organizational infrastructure, while cultivating meaningful relationships and collaborations with key decision makers, law firms, philanthropic individuals and organizations, and other key social service and public interest partners.
The Executive Director will have an immovable moral core, exhibit humble, servant leadership, cultivate donors and pursue fundraising opportunities, and have strong ability to leverage staff effectively. S/he will represent LAJC publicly, and will continue to elevate the organization’s image as a critical, impactful agency within the community. S/he will have an underlying commitment to ensuring low-income people can meet their basic needs and be assured equal access to opportunities and justice, bringing to the work a sensitive appreciation for the barriers their communities face. The Executive Director will be based in the Charlottesville, VA office.
The LAJC Search Committee is being supported by Tamar Datan, Nureen Das, and Mira Kline of the Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group. Please see application instructions at the end of this document.
HISTORY AND MISSION
Originally formed as the Charlottesville-Albemarle Legal Aid Society, LAJC began providing legal representation for low-income individuals in Virginia in 1967. In the late 1990’s Congress drastically reduced federal funding for legal aid services nation-wide and imposed significant restrictions on services. The organization created a new entity with an overlapping Board known as Piedmont Legal Services to receive all federal funds for cases that fit the new federal guidelines. At the same time, the organization set out to find new sources of revenue to address the legal needs of low income individuals that fell outside of the federal guidelines.
In 2001, the Charlottesville-Albemarle Legal Aid Society merged with another legal aid organization and became known as the Legal Aid Justice Center. In the same year, Piedmont Legal Services merged into Central Virginia Legal Aid Society (CLVAS) creating a single federally-funded organization to serve Charlottesville, Richmond and Petersburg. LAJC expanded to provide the full range of legal needs to low-income individuals, free of federal restrictions, such as class action suits and representation for undocumented immigrants. Today, the two organizations operate as separate entities, still overseen by overlapping Boards.
Legal Aid Justice Center seeks equal justice for all by addressing clients’ legal problems, strengthening the voices of low-income communities, and rooting out the inequities that keep people in poverty. Its work includes individual representation, group and class litigation, community organizing, policy advocacy, and media relations. LAJC continues to be a leader, across the Commonwealth of Virginia and nationwide, in recognizing and addressing systemic problems affecting low-income clients.
LAJC is challenged with a growing demand for services among the communities served and needs that far exceed capacity. The organization is committed to continually enhancing and evolving to address unmet needs, in order to maximize impact and address vital issues facing its clients.
Opportunities and Challenges Facing the EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The next Executive Director at Legal Aid Justice Center will have the tremendous privilege and great responsibility of leading a venerable institution that has transformed countless lives over five decades. The new leader will help set the course for the future of the organization.
The new Executive Director will join a team of approximately 50 staff deployed in its four service offices including Charlottesville, Falls Church, Petersburg, and Richmond, VA. The staff share an enduring passion for creating impactful change in the lives of those they are serving.
Specifically, the Executive Director will:
Provide strategic leadership and effective management of the organization including program planning, development, budget and financial oversight.
Prioritize areas in which LAJC can optimize impact for clients and the communities served.
Be responsible for donor stewardship and identifying and pursuing new fundraising opportunities .
In partnership with the Board of Directors and staff, develop, implement, and communicate LAJC’s strategic vision among key partners and stakeholders.
Enhance the capacity of the organization to address and evaluate client needs, service priorities, and emerging issues impacting client needs.
Identify and cultivate strategic and robust relationships with cross-sector partners, key decision makers, and other relevant local and statewide organizations to advance the mission and goals of the organization, and to best serve client needs.
Guide and support community organizing and advocacy initiatives.
Serve as an ambassador for LAJC internally and externally, inspiring others to take bold action to address systemic issues facing low income communities.
Directly supervise and mentor the Development Director and the Leadership Team comprised of 11 individuals servicing the four offices.
QUALIFICATIONS OF THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
The ideal candidate will possess many of the following professional and personal abilities, attributes, and experiences:
A Law Degree, and significant nonprofit management experience in the legal aid or social justice fields.
Minimum of ten years’ experience in public interest law, or closely related field, with relevant courtroom litigation experience.
A breadth and depth of knowledge and experience in cutting edge impact litigation.
An understanding of the importance of advocacy in broader policy and public relations contexts, and a facility for advancing justice, equity and inclusion through such channels.
An inclusive, visionary leader with demonstrated experience effectively inspiring and leveraging staff, board members and partner relationships toward impact.
Deep appreciation of, and success in, community organizing and mobilizing at the local, state, and national levels.
Demonstrated leadership in a large, dynamic organization including fiscal oversight and budget development experience, revenue development, and fundraising experience.
Experience developing or improving organizational capacity, with an eye toward opportunities for process improvement.
Demonstrated success, internally and externally, as a consensus builder and collaborator.
Excellent writing, analytical, and oral communication skills.
Self-starter and change agent with strong ability to manage staff who are geographically dispersed.
An underlying commitment to equity and an understanding of the culture and specific challenges faced by underserved populations.
Ability to represent Legal Aid Justice Center to a variety of stakeholders and intermediaries in a credible and influential way.
An optimistic outlook, and the humor, integrity, patience, and perseverance necessary to support mission-driven staff and advance efforts to ensure underserved populations have greater access to services.
APPLICATIONS AND NOMINATIONS
More information about Legal Aid Justice Center may be found at:
Due to the pace of this search, candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Applications including a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume, salary expectations, and where you learned of the position should be sent to: LAJC-ED@nonprofitprofessionals.com . In order to expedite the sorting and reviewing process, please type your name (Last, First) as the only contents in the subject line of your e-mail.
The Legal Aid Justice Center is an equal opportunity employer, committed to inclusive hiring and dedicated to diversity in our work and staff. We strongly encourage candidates of all identities, experiences, and communities to apply.
The Legal Aid Justice Center is committed to strengthening the voices of our low-income clients, working in collaboration with community partners, and rooting out the inequities that keep people in poverty. We strive to take on the issues that have broad impact on our client communities and to be responsive to client input. Recognizing the particular impact of racism on our clients and staff, we devote special attention to dismantling racial injustice.
All applicants must be dedicated to working in and sustaining an environment that enables staff and clients to feel empowered, valued, respected, and safe. In reviewing applications, we look for evidence that applicants have experience and/or thoughtfulness in working with traditionally marginalized populations.
Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group
The ACLU of Northern California, a leading champion of civil liberties in California since 1934, seeks a Senior Staff Attorney with substantial litigation and management experience to deepen and expand the work in Fresno and the greater southern Central Valley region. The Senior Staff Attorney will report to Christine P. Sun, the Legal-Policy Department Director.
The new Senior Staff Attorney (SSA) will join the Fresno team as the lead attorney responsible for mentoring and supervising Staff Attorneys and legal fellows, and litigating cases involving significant civil-liberties and civil rights issues. He/She/They will serve as a member of the Legal-Policy Department management team and play a significant role in supporting alignment and coordination between the San Francisco, Fresno, and Sacramento offices. The new SSA will also carry significant responsibility for leading and supervising civil liberties and civil rights impact litigation, with a particular focus on criminal justice, racial justice, immigrants’ rights, economic justice, and voting rights. In coordination with the ACLU of California and the national ACLU office, the successful candidate will actively engage in policy advocacy campaigns at the local, state, and national level. The SSA will be a key resource on litigation matters, will be expected to draft legislation and regulations that impact the region, and should be prepared to speak before legislative bodies.
To ensure success, the new SSA will be an experienced litigator, inspiring leader, successful manager, and passionate advocate for civil rights and civil liberties. He/She/They will excel at developing and litigating high-impact cases and identifying multi-pronged legal, policy, and community engagement strategies. He/She/They will provide high quality supervision and mentorship, take a solutions-oriented approach, and exercise sound, independent judgment while working collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders. The new Senior Staff Attorney will thrive in a busy, bustling work ecosystem, and balance key administrative tasks while also being available to others while staying focused and prioritizing key objectives. He/She/They will be a relationship-builder who enjoys developing and nurturing close ties with community organizations and advocates across the region; and will be excited about the opportunity to participate in the ACLU’s community engagement efforts in Fresno and the greater the Central Valley region.
The ideal candidate will be an exceptionally talented litigator, strategist, and manager with a deep personal passion for advocating for the civil liberties that are most significant for the residents of the Central Valley. He/she/they will have a deep commitment to community engagement and partnership among the different agencies that advocate in the Central Valley. He/she/they will bring at least ten (10) years of litigation experience, two (2) years successfully managing and leading a highly-talented team, and be barred or willing to sit for the next bar exam in California.
The search committee is supported by Tamar Datan and Erica Nicole Griffin of the national search firm NPAG. Please see instructions for submitting applications, nominations, and inquiries at the end of this document.
HISTORY AND MISSION of ACLU-NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
The ACLU of Northern California (ACLU-NC) is an affiliate of a nationwide, non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to the defense and expansion of civil liberties and civil rights. For most of the last century, it has been at the heart of many of the most major – and sometimes controversial – struggles for civil liberties and civil rights in the state of California. Its mission is to ensure that Constitutional rights don’t just exist on paper but, are protected in practice. Moving into a new era, and facing dangerous policies that threaten civil rights and civil liberties, ACLU-NC remains dedicated to confronting these issues and defending the progress that has been made. The organization is using decades of experience in impact litigation, legislative advocacy, and fearless organizing to fight un-American policies, and to protect the most cherished rights and freedoms of the communities it serves.
The ACLU of Northern California is one of the largest ACLU affiliates in the nation, with nearly 170,000 members. Throughout its 75-year history, ACLU-NC has stood with well-known figures like Fred Korematsu in the fight against the forced detention of Japanese-Americans during WWII, and lesser known people like Lawrence Ferlinghetti for selling Howl, the groundbreaking book of poetry, in his San Francisco City Lights bookstore. ACLU-NC stands with Latinos who are the most recent targets of xenophobic hate and discrimination, in the same way it stood with Muslims and people with Middle Eastern backgrounds after 9/11.
Senior Staff Attorneys are critical members of the Legal-Policy Department and the ACLU of California, a statewide collaboration of the ACLU affiliates in California aimed at maximizing impact and enhancing the protection of civil liberties and civil rights statewide. As leaders in litigation and team management, SSAs provide the leadership and strategic partnership needed to engage with community leaders and secure comprehensive impact in the Central Valley and all of Northern California.
Opportunities and challenges facing the senior STAFF ATTORNEY
Work at the American Civil Liberties Union is both a great privilege and a responsibility. The new Senior Staff Attorney should not only be a champion of fairness, equality, and justice for all people while litigating in the courtroom but, he/she/they should also be an experienced manager capable of inspiring a staff of attorneys, fellows, and investigators as they build out and execute a comprehensive agenda for Fresno and the Central Valley.
Working closely with Christine P. Sun, Director for Legal and Policy, the new SSA will litigate new and ongoing cases on behalf of key civil liberties, lead advocacy efforts with the community, and collaborate with existing agencies to promote widespread engagement among and between all communities in Fresno and the Central Valley. More specifically, he/she/they will:
Supervise and manage the ACLU Fresno Office in partnership with the Legal-Policy Department
Supervise attorneys in their litigation and non-litigation related work and professional development, and supervise department support staff;
Participate in Legal-Policy Department management meetings, manage key administrative tasks, and facilitate staff meetings in the Fresno office;
Communicate and coordinate with the Legal-Policy Department management team, ACLU of Northern California management team, and ACLU national office, as needed, to ensure implementation of organizational priorities, policies, procedures, and protocols in the Fresno office;
Work in collaboration and coordination with the ACLU of California and its statewide issue teams; and,
Work closely with non-legal program staff, particularly legislative, communications, organizing, advocacy, and fundraising professionals on ACLU-NC campaigns and activities.
Lead and supervise litigation for Fresno and the Central Valley
Lead multi-pronged strategies using litigation, public education, and legislative and policy advocacy to further the ACLU-NC’s strategic plans;
Supervise the investigation, development, and litigation of high-impact cases, including conducting discovery and motion practice, handling hearings and trials, and arguing appeals;
Review and respond to requests for legal assistance, in accordance with the organization’s intake procedures;
Respond to community needs as they arise, potentially on an emergency basis; and
Develop strong co-counsel relationships with other public interest lawyers and ACLU volunteer lawyers.
Lead Policy Advocacy, and Outreach to community leaders in Fresno and the Central Valley
Support and deepen existing and new relationships with community partners, coalitions, and stakeholders;
Ensure appropriate communication and coordination between ACLU-NC and ACLU of California staff engaged in policy advocacy and community outreach in the Fresno region.
Coach staff on developing and sustaining community partnerships, outreach, and policy advocacy;
Engage in community outreach and public speaking, including representing the ACLU-NC’s positions to the media and to the public generally; and
Use cultural sensitivity and awareness to develop appropriate and effective strategies to address the needs and advance the rights of vulnerable communities.
QUALIFICATIONS OF THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
The ideal candidate will be an exceptionally intelligent and effective litigator, strategist, and manager with an unrelenting commitment to justice on behalf of all those in Fresno and the Central Valley. While no one candidate will have all the qualifications enumerated below, the ideal candidate will be a trained attorney and have the following skills, qualifications, and abilities:
J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school, and 10 or more years of litigation experience in state and federal court;
Experience supervising and mentoring attorneys, law fellows, and support staff;
Strong legal research and writing abilities, and ability to gather facts, identify cases, and engage communities in litigation and non-litigation advocacy;
Ability to analyze and articulate legal concepts and communicate them to a variety of audiences, including to community residents and policymakers;
Commitment to community-oriented lawyering that is responsive to community needs, culturally competent, and enhances community participation within the scope of ACLU issues and strategies, as well as an ability to work cooperatively on a variety of projects with lawyers, organizers, other staff members, and with diverse community organizations and coalitions;
Solution-oriented approach, with a willingness to take initiative;
Excellent verbal communication skills;
Ability to both work independently and as a team member in a busy, small, remote office with personal enthusiasm, optimism, and a sense of humor;
Ability to work collaboratively and with flexibility in a complex organizational ecosystem;
Flexibility for travel within the Central Valley and to the Bay Area and Sacramento, and ability to work long hours when needed; and
Membership in the California State Bar (or must pass the next California Bar Examination if currently a member of another state bar).
Previous experience in or familiarity with the Central Valley region; and
Spanish fluency preferred but not required.
This search is being conducted with support from Tamar Datan and Erica Nicole Griffin of Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group. Candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, and applications will be reviewed as they are received. Please send nominations and/or applications, including cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word format), and where you learned of the position to: ACLU-SSA@nonprofitprofessionals.com .
ACLU-Northern California is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
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