Employment Opportunities at The United Nations

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Job Title: Senior Health Coordinator
Sector: Health 
Location: Tanzania 
Employee Type: Regular 
Employee Category: Full Time 


The IRC has been responding to the needs of refugees from the Great lakes Region in Western Tanzania since the early 90’s when the genocide against the Tutsi and civil conflicts in the neighbouring nations resulted in a protracted refugee situation that persists to date. The IRC had been providing assistance to the protracted refugee population in refugee camps in the areas of Health, Education, Community Based Rehabilitation, Women and Child Protection. With the resolution of these conflicts, many refugees returned home with closure of camps to leave only Nyarugusu camp (one of the oldest refugee camps in the world having been set up in 1996). In late April 2015, political tension around the presidential elections in neighboring Burundi sparked months of deadly protests and violence. As at the end of February 2016, more than 130,000 Burundian asylum seekers have fled into Tanzania. The IRC has been on the ground rapidly responding to the needs of asylum seekers in all pre-existent program areas. The health sector has thus undergone a rapid scale up of activities including emergency primary and reproductive health units, hygiene and sanitation as well as the establishment of health posts at Manyovu and Kagunga border entry points to provide health consultations for both refugees and host community members. IRC also manages the Kigoma Refugee Transit Center (RTC-Kigoma), including medical referral support for all the health partners operating in the old camp as well as the two new refugee camps of Nduta and Mtendeli reopened in October 2015 and January 2016 respectively.

A multi-sectoral approach is being employed through an outcome based implementation of programs in Health, Child Protection; Education; Women’s Protection; Community Based Rehabilitation and Host Community Projects on education, livelihoods and child labour. Most of these programs are directly implemented by the IRC in coordination with INGOs, local NGOs, UNHCR and other UN partners and the Government of Tanzania.

In Health, the IRC is working closely with the health agency in Nyarugusu Refugee camp to support the delivery of reproductive health services to the new arrivals, with UNHCR and health partners in all three camps to ensure access to external medical care through the implementation of an interagency referrals program, running of a primary health clinic at the Refugee Transit Centre in Kigoma (RTC-Kigoma) and conducting medical screening and assistance to refugees arriving through 11 border entry points along the international border between Burundi and Tanzania.


• Reporting to the Deputy Director of Programs (DDP) the Senior Health Coordinator will be responsible for the immediate implementation and management of IRC’s health program in Tanzania, working in collaboration with the senior management team both in Dar es Salaam and in the field. As the focal point for health programs in Tanzania, the Senior Health Coordinator will also ensure the continued implementation of quality primary and reproductive health care programing in IRC’s operational areas in Western Tanzania and other parts of the country.
• S/he will provide technical support to the health program to ensure that IRC programs are of high quality and that programs are driven by data and learning, working in conjunction with other colleagues in the IRC Tanzania program. The Senior Health Coordinator will be responsible for maintaining regular contact with all partners and donors as new opportunities for coordination and funding arise. S/he will also play a strong role in mentoring and training the health team with a particular focus on M&E. 

Key Responsibilities
Program management, Technical monitoring and Program Quality:

• Provide technical supervision and guidance to all IRC health programming and extend technical support and assistance to other relevant stakeholders within the Tanzania refugee operation as the need arises.
• Ensure that the health projects in Tanzania utilize standardized protocols, policies and guidelines, as outlined by the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MOHSW), UNHCR, SPHERE, and WHO health standards in emergencies. Ensure that all activities are consistent with established best practices.
• Promote the quality of the IRC’s health programs by setting up quality assurance mechanisms
• Oversee the collection and timely reporting of data and statistics for all health programs in line with IRC’s REL (Research, Evaluation & Learning) guidelines and according to internal and donor requirements;
• Ensure that the stated goals and objectives of all health projects are met with strong monitoring and evaluation (M&E) follow up, including any required operational research, with technical support from the Health Information Management team in New York Health Unit and the Country Technical Advisors for health and nutrition as needed.
• Participate in the design of robust M&E plans and design/adapt health information systems including surveillance systems for the IRC health programs in Tanzania.
• Ensure sound data collection and information management systems are in place for ongoing performance analysis and programmatic action based on data and identified needs.
• Lead technical assessments as a basis for primary health care program development.
• Monitor evolving needs of the target communities and adjust the programmatic priorities as necessary;

Grants Management and Program Development

• Participate in the development of annual program budgets; ensure implementation of Health related activities in line with approved budgets and spending plans.
• Ensure that programmatic and financial reports for donors and IRC country program are prepared as required, ensuring these are of the highest quality and submitted in a timely manner to the donor;
• Ensure and review that program managers prepare all necessary documentation for Grant Opening, Review and Closing meetings. 
• Assist with the preparation of a realistic budget, authorizing and monitoring expenditure in line with the budget, donor guidelines and IRC’s grant management and financial regulations; Where necessary, in collaboration with program managers, revise plans and budgets to maintain program quality and progress; work with the Grants Team and DDP to ensure that all program activities are implemented in compliance with donor requirements.
• Identify opportunities for program development;
• Collaborate with other in-country program teams to ensure an integrated strategy to achieve health outcomes as in the country’s SAP;
• Develop program and project proposals, including theories of change, logical frameworks, program design and implementation plans and SMART indicators for the IRC Tanzania health program under the supervision of the DDP and in consultation and collaboration with field-based technical and management staff.
• Identify and develop jointly with DDP and other sector team leaders areas of enhanced linkages with other programs so as to ensure that the health team contributes to the success of all outcomes in the country program portfolio.

Health Systems Strengthening

• Ensure that IRC programs are working with MoHSW structures at district and regional levels to support health system reforms and strengthening.
• Apply knowledge and expertise in health policy and programs to design and develop activities that promote health policy reforms/development
• Support current health programs to transition their approach to ensure that health system strengthening is a key component of their approach.
• Work at the policy level with key decision makers from various district and regional government levels and with donors and strategic technical partners, participating in strategy development and technical discussions relating to future direction of the health program.

Emergency Preparedness and Response

• Ensure that the IRC Emergency Preparedness and Response Plans are prepared in consultation with MOHSW/UNHCR/UNICEF/WHO and other health partners. Where these exist, ensure that they are revised annually to conform to the needs of the refugees and the host population.
• Together with the Senior Management Team (SMT), oversee the establishment and operationalization of the Emergency Response Teams (ERTs) and train the teams.
• Monitor data from the camps on disease trends (IDSR, UNHCR HIS and MOHSW MTUHA) and take the necessary steps to prevent disease outbreaks in the target populations.
• In the event of an outbreak, work with the SMT to ensure that the ERTs are deployed, medical supplies and drugs are available to manage the outbreaks.

Staff Development

• Participate in the development of staff development plans based on performance reviews in collaboration with the human resources department and contribute to the training of health staff (mentoring, as well as formal trainings).
• Develop/organize training opportunities to build the capacity of the health staff and local partners in order to transfer skills. This includes staff training in program management areas such as reporting, budgeting, monitoring, evaluation, and supervision.
• Provide technical support and participate in reviewing health program staff performance reviews
• Develop and implement continuous staff capacity building plan to ensure quality gender-sensitive programming;
• Ensure respect for IRC HR policies within the health staff team; Promote the IRC Way with all supervisees;
• Provide timely and quality performance evaluations;
• Identify and execute modalities for teamwork within the health team as well as with other program and operations teams.

Business development and Fundraising:

• Proactively look for funding opportunities for Health programming in Tanzania.
• Write timely and quality proposals and review donor reports in collaboration with Program Managers, other Technical Coordinators and the Health Technical Advisors.
• Develop strategic partnerships with local and international organizations, where possible.

Coordination, representation and advocacy:

• Represent IRC Tanzania in external Health related forums; actively develop and maintain effective working relationships with key stakeholders in Tanzania including donors, government actors, UN agencies (especially UNHCR), international and local NGOs, and other relevant actors; identify health related advocacy issues in consultation with the country management.
• Others - Provide leadership and direction on integration of health activities with other sectors including, but not limited to livelihoods, community based rehabilitation, child and women protection; work with relevant stakeholders to conduct operational research and document and disseminate lessons learnt.

Required Qualifications, Experience & Competencies

• Medical degree in health e.g. MBChB, MD, MBBS
• Advanced degree in Public health is highly recommended.
• Minimum 5 years experience in primary health programs in resource poor settings with at least 3 years in project management position. Previous INGO experience in humanitarian or development contexts; previous emergency response, conflict/post-conflict experience preferred
• Must be knowledgeable of ECHO, UNICEF, SIDA, WHO procedures and familiar with their approach and strategies.
• Demonstrated skills in quantitative and qualitative research methodologies.
• Experience and competency in proposal development, report writing and grant management.
• Competent in Windows, MS office programs, email and database (HIS, EPI-Info etc) experience.
• Strong communication, people management, organizational and analytical skills.
• Fluency in English and Swahili, spoken and written- a must
• Ability to work in complex emergency environment, multitask, manage pressure and flexibility
• Training and competency in LQAS, SPSS, SQUEAC and SMART methodology for conducting surveys is an added advantage.
• Good project Management skills, including financial planning and documentation;
• Good interpersonal skills to work effectively with different stakeholders including different communities in the target areas, humanitarian actors, service providers, local and national authorities;
• Previous experience working in Tanzania is an added advantage

IRC leading the way from harm to home
IRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
IRC considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability.

Job Title: Emergency Response Manager

Save the Children is the world's leading independent organisation for children. We work in 120 countries. We save children's lives; we fight for their rights; we help them fulfil their potential.
We work together, with our partners, to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.
We have over two million supporters worldwide and raised 1.9 billion dollars last year to reach more children than ever before, through programmes in health, nutrition, education, protection and child rights, also in times of humanitarian crises.
Following a major transition, our international programmes are now delivered through a merged operation with c15,000 staff, managed through seven regional hubs and reporting to a relatively small, central office. We're changing to become more efficient, more aligned, a better partner, a stronger advocate, a magnet for world-class people and relevant for the 21st century.

Contract length: 6 months with possible extension

The role
The purpose of the role is to support the Tanzania Country Office response by ensuring that high quality, experienced personnel are deployed at speed and scale when and where emergency strikes. The post holder will be deployed to manage Save the Children (Kigoma area) emergency response in the North West of Tanzania, and to provide operational support and direction to the country programme in collaboration with the Operations Director and Country Director.

Qualifications and experience
• Extensive experience of working within a senior management role within a complex country programme in an emergency response or fragile state
• Previous experience of managing programme teams in large-scale first phase emergency response is essential
• Education: MA / MSc level (or equivalent field experience)
• Senior management experience of multi-national, multi-sector team at a SMT level
• Experience of managing multi-donor, multi-site programmes (including ECHO, DFID and OFDA) of GBP 5m+ in a first phase response at regional or country level
• Experience of national level representation with key stakeholders, and co-ordination with other NGOs/UN
• Experience of media representation and advocacy
• Experience of M&E and beneficiary accountability systems in large complex programmes
• Experience of developing and negotiating successful partnerships with institutional donors
• Proven ability to influence change at an operational level
• Politically and culturally sensitive with qualities of patience, tact and diplomacy
• A high level of written and spoken English
• The capacity and willingness to be extremely flexible and accommodating in difficult working circumstances.
• A commitment to the mission, vision and values of Save the Children
• We need to keep children safe so our selection process reflects our commitment to the protection of children from abuse.
• Please apply in English using your CV and covering letter as a single document, including your salary expectations for this role.

Location: Tanzania, Tanzania
Permanent - Full-Time
Closing date: Wednesday 6 April 2016
All jobs close at midnight UK time on the date specified



Advertised on behalf of: UNV
Location: Dar es Salaam, TANZANIA
Application Deadline: 04-Apr-16 (Midnight New York, USA)
Time left: 9d 19h 59m
Type of Contract: UNV
Post Level: UNV
Languages Required: English 
Starting Date: (date when the selected candidate is expected to start) 02-May-2016
Duration of Initial Contract: One Year Renewable
Expected Duration of Assignment: One Year Reneawable


AMICAALL Tanzania operates in United Republic of Tanzania (URT), in 24 cities and municipalities and 10 new members (district/ town councils). The headquarters is in Dar es Salaam city and its office is at the City Council of Dar es Salaam one of the founder member.

The UNV with Programme Officer position will be working at the head office.

Key strategies and activities of AMICAALL include the following:

• Advocacy for legislation aimed at enhancing an effective HIV response at all levels of city, Municipality as well as ensuring accountability for its implementation and to ensure that all advocacy activities are human rights and gender responsive;
• Ensure involvement of key population (CSW, MSM, IDUs) in HIV prevention interventions, sexual and gender based violence reduction;
• Promotion of right based and gender responsive approach in HIV campaigns and programming by high level leaders, key stakeholders and partners to address stigma, denial and discrimination at all levels and sectors of society;
• Build technical capacity of Councils, CSOs and Private sectors to implement work place programmes as well as Community interventions;
• Strengthen lower level structures (multisecoral AIDS Committees) for planning and coordination of the multi sectoral HIV and AIDS response at the local level;
• Forge sustainable partnerships and collaboration at national, regional and International levels to promote HIV and AIDS response in cities and municipal councils;
• Support effective Monitoring and Evaluation to track progress towards attainment of the desired results and impact on Multi sectoral HIV and AIDS initiatives;
• Build strength, creativity and determination of City/Municipality/ Communities to find their own solutions to reduce their vulnerability to HIV and AIDS;
• Strengthening of AMICAALL secretariat by providing the necessary and appropriate financial, human and physical resources for the implementation of the strategic plan through combined, coordinated and sustained efforts;
• Host Agency: UNAIDS (based at AMICAALL).

Organizational Context

The UNV Programme Officer will be interacting regularly with the following key strategic partners/ organizations:

• TACAIDS, the overall Coordination body for HIV and AIDS Multisectoral responses in the country with Vision of “to have a society in which our children can grow up free from the threat of HIV/AIDS” and mission statement of “to provide strategic leadership and to coordinate the implementation of a national multi-sectoral response to HIV/AIDS leading to the reduction of further infections associated diseases and the adverse soci-economic effect of the epidemics”.
• Ministry of Regional Administration and Local Government, this ministry has a Vision of an influential institution in facilitating provision of quality services in Regional Secretariat (RSs) and Local Government Authorities (LGAs) with Mission of to “create an enabling environment by formulating and overseeing the implementation of decentralisation by devolution (D-by-D), rural and urban development policies, legislations, guidelines and standards in order to facilitate RSs and LGAs to provide quality services to the community”.
• Members of AMICAALL (cities, municipal councils, towns and district councils-lead by Mayors and Council Chairpersons) are hosted in this ministry.
• Other important LGA coordination bodieswith partnerships MoU with AMICAALL;
• ALAT is an autonomous membership based organized which brings together and unifies all the urban and district councils in Tanzania Mainland. ALAT roles include fostering and promoting smooth Local Government Development in Tanzania, and representing Local Authorities views at national and international fora. In discharging its mandate ALAT interface with the Government, the Parliament and regional government structures. ALAT has a members strength of all 178 urban (City, Municipality, Town) and District Councils;
• Tanzania Cities Network (TACINE) is a Non-Governmental Organization which aims at documenting and analyzing data on the situation in Tanzania’s cities development challenges which provide bases for policies and strategies at both National and City level across the government spheres.

UN agencies, ie UNAIDS, UNV, UNDP etc.
Type of Assignment Place: Assignment with family.

Description of tasks
Under the direct supervision of the AMICAALL Programme Director who is an overall manager of the Programme (or in his/her absence of the AMICAALL Chairperson),the UNV Programme Officer will undertake the following tasks:
Overall responsibility
Overall responsibility is to co-ordinate HIV activities of the members (cities and municipal council) including those of the affiliated networks, and to support the implementation of the ALLIANCE Strategic Plan.

Duties and Responsibilities
Detailed Responsibilities of AMICAALL Programme Officer:

• Support the development of new ALLIANCE strategic action plan for 2016-2020 with a focus on 2016/2017;
• Support implementation of ALLIANCE strategic action plan, provide guidance, monitoring and follow up support to Councils teams and relevant stakeholders;
• Participate actively in the mobilization and allocation of funds according to ALLIANCE Strategic Plan;
• Provide technical support to Councils on HIV and AIDS related issues according to demands;
• Guide Councils in preparation and conducting of advocacy meetings ,and identification of useful IEC materials;
• Identify councils with best practices of multi-sectoral and effective responses and circularize it as necessary;
• Act as main liaison officer with the TACAIDS Regional Coordinators, Council HIV/AIDS Coordinators, District AIDS Coordinators, Council Multisectoral AIDS Committees, ALAT, TACINE, potential development partners and CSOs and HIV and AIDS related networks;
• Report regularly to ALLIANCE Executive Committee on progress and challenges in implementing the ALLIANCE action plan;
• Organize regularly AMICAALL statutory meetings and act as the secretary of the Executive Committee and general meetings.


Advocacy/Advancing A Policy-Oriented Agenda:
Support the preparation of information for advocacy;

• Identifies relevant information for advocacy for a variety of audiences.

Results-Based Programme Development and Management:
Contributing to results through provision of information:

• Provides information and documentation on specific stages of projects/programme implementation;
• Provides background information to identify opportunities for project development and helps drafting proposals.

Building Strategic Partnerships
Maintaining information and databases

• Analyzes general information and selects materials in support of partnership building initiatives;
• Maintains databases of donor information;
• Tracks and reports on mobilized resources.

Innovation and Marketing New Approaches
Implementing processes and uses products

• Documents and tracks innovative strategies/best practices/new approaches;
• Responds positively to new approaches.

Resource Mobilization (Field Duty Stations)
Providing information for resource mobilization strategies

• Maintains information/databases on potential and actual donors;
• Maintains database of project files.

Provides data and information needed for preparation of project documents

Promoting Organizational Learning and Knowledge Sharing
Basic research and analysis

• Researches best practices and poses new, more effective ways of doing things.

Job Knowledge/Technical Expertise
Fundamental knowledge of processes, methods and procedures

• Understands the main processes and methods of work regarding to the position;
• Possesses basic knowledge of organizational policies and procedures relating to the position and applies them consistently in work tasks;
• Strives to keep job knowledge up-to-date through self-directed study and other means of learning;
• Demonstrates good knowledge of information technology and applies it in work assignments;
• Demonstrates in-depth understanding and knowledge of the current guidelines and project management tools, and utilizes these regularly in work assignments.

Global Leadership and Advocacy for UNDP’s Goals
Research and analysis

• Identifies relevant information for advocacy for UNDP’s goals for a variety of audiences.

Client Orientation
Maintains effective client relationships

• Reports to internal and external clients in a timely and appropriate fashion;
• Organizes and prioritizes work schedule to meet client needs and deadlines;
• Responds to client needs promptly.

Core Competencies

• Demonstrating/safeguarding ethics and integrity; 
• Demonstrate corporate knowledge and sound judgment;
• Self-development, initiative-taking;
• Acting as a team player and facilitating team work;
• Facilitating and encouraging open communication in the team, communicating effectively;
• Creating synergies through coordination and team work;
• Managing conflict;
• Learning and sharing knowledge and encourage the learning of others. Promoting learning and knowledge management/sharing is the responsibility of each staff member;
• Informed and transparent decision making.

Required Skills and Experience

• Degree in development studies, community development, other social sciences or public health;
• Strong computer proficiency (Word, Excel, Internet, Power point etc.).


• Extensive experience of not less than 3 years work in HIV and AIDS programing;
• Experience in program/ project monitoring and evaluation, in writing reports and evidence basedproposals;
• Experience in managing and dealing with a large team (30councils);
• Experience in building capacities, in designing, conducting and facilitating trainings, i.e. workshops, seminars;
• Good uunderstanding of the Local Government Authorities (LGAs) structures and system;
• Ability to work well and cooperate with AMICAALL Leadership, stakeholders, development partners, Regional and City and Municipal councilkey staff;
• Strong computer proficiency (Word, Excel, Internet, Power point etc.);
• Self-motivated and able to work well under minimal supervision or without direct supervision;
• Productive, punctual and strong work ethic;
• Ability to work well with limited resources in a sometimes challenging environment.


• Written and oral fluency in Swahili andEnglish, and strong ability to translate between English and Kiswahili.

UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.


Job Title: Programme Assistant

Location: Dar es Salaam, TANZANIA
Application Deadline: 07-Apr-16 (Midnight New York, USA)
Time left: 12d 19h 46m
Additional Category: Sustainable Development and Poverty Reduction
Type of Contract: FTA Local
Post Level: GS-5
Languages Required: English 
Starting Date: (date when the selected candidate is expected to start) 16-May-2016
Duration of Initial Contract: One Year Renewable
Expected Duration of Assignment: One Year Renewable


UNFPA Tanzania is a Typology Type IV office, with approximately 33 staff members providing programmatic support on Reproductive Health (RH), Youth, Population and Development (P&D) and Gender with support from operations team. Our work reflects the authority and commitment of Member States to uphold the United Nations normative values of social justice and inclusiveness ("leaving no one behind") on human rights, specifically by working to promote universal sexual and reproductive health and rights. The Programme Assistant works under the overall supervision of the Deputy and direct supervision of the Assistant Representative. S/he works in close collaboration with both operation and programme teams. S/he provides support to national authorities and implementing partners for the realization of the results as stipulated in the organization strategic plan and country programme results. The staff member is expected to interact regularly with the entire programme team and contribute to the Country Programme as required.

Purpose: The Programme Assistant supports the design, planning and management of UNFPA’s country programme by providing and managing data inputs, providing logistical support, monitoring project implementation and following up on recommendations.

The Programme Assistant applies established systems and procedures and assists in the creation of substantive knowledge by compiling, synthesizing and analyzing information relevant to population and development, reproductive health and gender issues. He/she is instrumental in facilitating programme/project implementation using and developing appropriate mechanisms and systems and ensuring compliance with established procedures. The Programme Assistant maintains collaborative relationships with all programme and project staff.

Duties and Responsibilities

• Participates in the identification and formulation of the country programme and component projects, by compiling and analyzing information in the subject areas of UNFPA assistance to the Government, assists in drafting project documents and work plans and prepares tables and statistical data;
• Assists in the monitoring of project and programme activities, managing and using established monitoring and implementing mechanisms to systematically assess the achievement of results, conducting field visits, when relevant, participating in review meetings and preparing regular inputs to status and progress reports. Analyzes basic factors affecting the achievement of results, recommends corrective actions and coordinates follow up on recommendations;
• Understands and uses UNFPA programme and financial policies and procedures for the effective financial recording and reporting system, procurement internal control and audit follow-up and processes financial transactions in an accurate and timely way;
• In coordination with national counterparts and project personnel assists in routine implementation of assigned projects, and coordinating the delivery of project inputs, e.g. track reports, prepare budget revision and transfer form and take follow up actions, record the Programme meeting minutes and draft letters/memos under PO's supervision, and generate transaction details as per supervisor’s request, preliminary review of FACEs and progress report and work plan;
• Provides logistical support to projects by coordinating review meetings and other project related workshops and events. Assists the Programme Officers in providing project personnel and staff guidance on national execution under the HACT modality and programme policies and procedures, e.g. prepare letters & memos, create vendor information, requisitions, purchase orders, keep both electronic and paper files, send and log all the outgoing correspondence;
• Contributes to the creation and sharing of knowledge by synthesizing and documenting findings and lessons learned, success stories and best practices, strategies and approaches of the Country Office and drafting relevant materials for dissemination;
• Supports the advocacy work of the Country Office by compiling and synthesizing relevant background material for use in discussions and public events;
• Any other tasks as requested by the Assistant and Deputy Representative.


• Performance Management;
• Working in Team;
• Communicating information and ideas;
• Analytical and strategic thinking;
• Results orientation/commitment to excellence;
• Knowledge sharing/Continuous learning;
• Performance of duties with Ethics and Integrity; specifically via strict adherence to the requirements of the Policy Procedure Manual (PPM).

Required Skills and Experience

• Secondary school diploma;
• A Bachelor’s degree in Social Science, Business Administration, Public Administration, Development studies, Finance, economics or related field is an asset.


• Minimum 5 years of relevant experience in the bilateral, multilateral, public or private sector;
• Proficiency in current office software applications, particularly word processing, spreadsheets, internet and PowerPoint.


• Fluency in oral and written English and Swahili.

UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.



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