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  • December 20, 2021 3:54 PM | Cheryl Anne Farmer (Administrator)

    Port Huron Housing Commission Seeks Deputy Director

    The Port Huron Housing Commission is seeking a dynamic leader for the position of Deputy Director within their organization. The Port Huron Housing Commission provides 413 Public Housing Units and 578 HCV’s to families within our community. We also manage 3 other small Public Housing PHA’s and have two 501-c3 entities.

    The Deputy Director reports to the Executive Director, supervises approximately 40 staff and helps provide oversight for a budget of $10 million. Primary responsibility is to lead, direct and provide oversight of core housing programs including Public Housing, Capital Fund, Section 8 HCV and the ROSS grant.

    Requirements include a bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Business Administration or Non-Profit Administration, plus a minimum of 3 years working with a governmental or non-profit agency and 2 years in a supervisory position. Candidates must have the ability to earn industry certificates as required.

    Salary range is dependent upon education and experience. Benefit package includes retirement, health insurance, life insurance and paid time off.  All applicants must be a non-smoker and be able to pass both a drug test and criminal background check

    First review of applications will occur on February 10th, 2022. The position will remain open until filled.  Interested parties shall submit a letter of interest, a resume, salary requirements and any questions to: James A. Dewey, Executive Director at  jdewey@phhousing.org

  • November 11, 2021 9:44 AM | Cheryl Anne Farmer (Administrator)

    EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

    The Peoria (IL)Housing Authority (PHA) is seeking a highly qualified candidate to lead and manage the portfolio that includes 659 owned housing units and 2048 housing choice vouchers. PHA is governed by a seven-member Board of Commissioners, employs 40 staff, and has an operating budget of $21 million. Peoria is the principal city of the Peoria Metropolitan Area which includes the Counties of Marshall, Peoria, Stark, Tazewell, and Woodford, and which contains a metro area population of approximately 375,000.

    The successful candidate should have completed a Masters Degree in public administration, management, social services, or a closely related field.  The Masters Degree requirement may be waived if the applicant possesses a satisfactory combination of education and relevant progressive working in administrative management or similar fields. Applicants must have a minimum of five years experience working in progressive administrative or management level positions involving supervisory responsibilities, budget formulation and development, public relations, and other related fields. Three years of experience working in a public housing authority as an Executive Director or Administrator may be accepted in lieu of a Masters Degree. Candidates are preferred that have a demonstrated performance record with: (1) mixed finance developments including, but not limited to, RAD and LIHTC, (2) labor-management union relations, and (3) resident relations and engagement.

    It is expected that the selected candidate will have the leadership, management, technical and interpersonal knowledge, skills, and abilities to be a high-performing Executive Director of PHA. Compensation for the position is negotiable, depending on the qualifications and experience of the chosen candidate. It is expected that the selected Executive Director will establish residency in the immediate Peoria County area. PHA is an equal opportunity employer. Please submit a one-page cover letter, a two-page resume that includes salary history and a listing of three professional references.  Please submit an email version of the application document to both Stan Quy, President / Principal of the Organizational Leadership Edge at Squy@cox.net and Shanda Green, HR Director at SGreen@pha.peoria.il.us. The deadline for submittal of applications is December 20, 2021 by 5:00PM Central Time.

  • September 20, 2021 9:45 AM | Cheryl Anne Farmer (Administrator)

    The Eastpointe Housing Commission (EHC) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Executive Director.  EHC  is a progressive, high performing, agency located at the northeast border of Detroit.  EHC  operates 164 elderly public housing units and administers 171 Housing Choice Vouchers.   The Executive Director is responsible for all aspects EHC operation and manages a staff of 5 full time employees.

    The preferred candidate must be knowledgeable of HUD regulations, procedures, and have a minimum of five (5) years of  housing management experience.  In addition, strong written, verbal & organizational skills are required.

    A Bachelor’s Degree in Business or Public Administration is preferred; however, consideration will be given to a candidate with a combination of housing skills & certifications and experience related to the multi-faceted duties required of an ED in a semi-small public housing agency.

    The Candidate must also have the ability to obtain a Public Housing Manager (PHM)  Certification within  one (1) year of hire date.

    Salary dependent on education & experience and includes a full benefit package.

    Interested parties should  submit a letter of interest, a resume AND one (1) professional reference letter to : Eastpointe Housing Commission, 15701 E 9 Mile Road, Eastpointe, MI. 48021 no later than October 22, 2021. Eastpointe Housing Commission is an EOE.

  • September 17, 2021 9:09 AM | Cheryl Anne Farmer (Administrator)

    Operations Director

    Erie Metropolitan Housing Authority (EMHA) seeks a qualified Operations Director. Responsibilities include: managing housing programs, implementing policy, program compliance and reporting, and staff management. Knowledge and experience with HUD housing programs, organizational skills, excellent communication and management skills with all contacts, and computer proficiency are of the utmost importance.  Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalency and 5 years of progressive and related experience required. Must possess valid Ohio vehicle operator’s license and insurable under EMHA carrier.  Pre-employment physical and drug screening required.  This is a non-bargaining unit position.  Submit resume with cover letter and salary requirements to ATTN: Executive Director; EMHA; 322 Warren Street; Sandusky, OH 44870 or by fax to (419) 621-4254, no later than Friday, September 24, 2021.  EMHA will not accept phone calls regarding this position. EOE

  • July 23, 2021 12:58 PM | Cheryl Anne Farmer (Administrator)

    VICE PRESIDENT OF OPERATIONS

    The Fort Wayne Housing Authority (FWHA) is seeking a highly qualified Vice President of Operations to serve as the principal adviser to the Chief Executive Officer in directing and implementing strategies, policies, and practices that maximize the key programs and general operations of the agency.  A description of the general duties, responsibilities, and competencies can be found on the agency website at www.fwha.org.  FWHA is a HUD high-performer agencya newly designated Moving to Work agency, the largest affordable housing provider in the community and the second largest housing authority in Indiana.  FWHA has an operating budget of $50 million, manages 900 units of affordable housing, and administers 3100 housing choice vouchers.  Under the leadership of Chief Executive Officer George Guy the agency ispositioned to be the “go-to” provider and developer of affordable housing that will meet the unique needs of Fort Wayne.  A culture has been established that ensures residents and community stakeholders will be provided with agency leadership, strategic thinkinginnovative solutions and prioritization of resident self-sufficiency that positions FWHA as a national leader in the ever-changing affordable housing industry.  

    A Bachelor’s degree in public administration, business administration / management or closely related disciplines is required.  A Master’s degree in these same discipline areas is preferred.  Candidates are expected to have a minimum of seven(7) years of progressively responsible experience in publichousing and/or assisted housing, including a minimum of three(3) years at a supervisory level in public housing, tax-credit housing, apartment management, or local government housing positions. However, candidates with exceptional academic or experience background that compensate for an academic or experience deficiency may still be considered at the discretion of the CEO. The successful candidate must have the Housing Choice Voucher Management Certification or commit to gaining the Certification in the first year in this position.  Candidates will be required to provide academic, work history, and salary history verification.  The consultant will complete criminal and credit history background checks.  

    Compensation for the position is negotiable, depending on the qualifications and experience of the chosen candidate.  It is required that the selected candidate will establish residency in Fort Wayne, Indiana.  FWHA is an equal opportunity employer.  Please submit a one-page cover letter, a two-page resume that includes salary history and a listing of three professional references to Stan Quy, President / Principal of The Organizational Leadership Edge at Squy@cox.net.  The position is open until filled.  However, the goal of the agency is to fill the position expeditiously and candidates that are highly qualified may be interviewed shortly after application submittal.

  • July 23, 2021 12:55 PM | Cheryl Anne Farmer (Administrator)

    CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER / DIRECTOR OF FINANCE

    The Indianapolis Housing Authority (IHA) is seeking a highly qualified Chief Financial Officer to lead and manage the financial, accounting, auditing, fixed assets, and businessmanagement functions of the agency. IHA has 100 full-time equivalent staff that administers a budget of $80 million.  The CFO reports to the Executive Director. The Indianapolis Housing Authority is the largest housing authority in Indiana and serves the affordable housing needs of approximately 11,000 residents.  

    Master’s degree in business administration, public administration, public finance, accounting or closely related discipline is required.  Candidates are expected to have a minimum of five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in accounting or finance related experience, with preferably at least one year in affordable housing, housing development, property management, or a closely related field.Candidates with exceptional academic or experience backgrounds that compensate for an academic or experience deficiency may still be considered at the discretion of the Executive DirectorCertified Public Accountant or Certified Government Finance Manager designation are preferred.  Completion of the NAHRO Financial Management Training Program is required within the first year of employment at the company’s expense. Candidates will be required to provide academic, work history, and salary history verification.  The consultant will complete criminal and credit history background checks.  The remaining qualifications and expectations can be found in the job description found on the agency website atwww.indyhousing.org.

    Compensation for the position is negotiable, depending on the qualifications and experience of the chosen candidate. The salary range is negotiable depending on the qualifications and experience of the candidate.  IHA is an equal opportunity employer.  Please submit a one-page cover letter, a two-page resume that includes salary history and a listing of three professional references to Stan Quy at Squy@cox.net.  The position is open until filled.  However, the goal of the agency is to conduct an initial round of interviews in August of 2021.

     

  • July 09, 2021 9:51 AM | Cheryl Anne Farmer (Administrator)

    The Indianapolis Housing Authority (IHA) is seeking a highly qualified Controller to provide technical advice, guidance, monitoring, and evaluation of the financial performance operations including, but not limited to, payroll, employment taxes, bank accounts, regulatory financial reporting, external contacts, and external audits. IHA has approximately 100 full-time equivalent staff that administers a budget of $80 million. The Controller reports to the Chief Finance Officer. The Indianapolis Housing Authority is the largest housing authority in Indiana and serves the affordable housing needs of approximately 11,000 residents. 

    A Bachelor’s degree in business administration, accounting, public finance, accounting, or a closely related discipline is required. An equivalent combination of business experience along with ten (10) or more years of progressively responsible financial experience may be given consideration. A Certified Public Accountant or Certified Government Finance Manager designation are preferred.  Completion of the National Association of Redevelopment and Housing Officials’ Financial Management Training Program is required within the first year of employment at the company’s expense.  Candidates will be required to provide academic, work history, and salary history verification. The consultant will complete criminal and credit history background checks. The remaining qualifications and expectations can be found in the job description found on the agency website at www.indyhousing.org.

    Compensation for the position is negotiable, depending on the qualifications and experience of the chosen candidate. The salary range is negotiable depending on the qualifications and experience of the candidate.  IHA is an equal opportunity employer. Please submit a one-page cover letter, a two-page resume that includes salary history and a listing of three professional references to Stan Quy at Squy@cox.net. The position is open until filled.  However, the goal of the agency is to conduct an initial round of interviews in the first week of August of 2021.

  • July 09, 2021 9:16 AM | Cheryl Anne Farmer (Administrator)

    Erie Metropolitan Housing Authority (EMHA) seeks a qualified Maintenance Mechanic. This position performs maintenance duties in EMHA owned/managed properties. Must be skilled in the use of hand tools and equipment to perform general maintenance, heating, plumbing, electrical, carpentry, and drywall repairs. Must have ability to work independently, perform oncall duties when required, and lift 60 lbs. Applicants are required to have a high school diploma or equivalency, valid Ohio Vehicle operator’s license, and be insurable under EMHA. Technical training a plus. Ability to pass certification examinations. Must be able to work in adverse conditions, such as sleet, snow, heat, cold, dust and dirt. This is a full-time bargaining unit position with benefits package. Pre-employment physical and drug screening required. Submit resume with cover letter to ATTN: Executive Director; EMHA; 322 Warren Street; Sandusky, OH 44870 (mail), by fax to (419) 621-4254, or email to mbeier@eriemetrohousing.org. Resumes will be accepted until 4:00 PM on Friday, July 16, 2021. Visit www.eriemetrohousing.org for job posting/description. No phone calls. 

    CLOSES JULY 16TH, 2021

  • July 01, 2021 1:51 PM | Cheryl Anne Farmer (Administrator)

    EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

    The Bloomington (IN) Housing Authority is seeking a highly qualified candidate to lead and manage the agency’s operating budget of $13 million and portfolio that includes 1400 housing choice vouchers, 196 public housing units, and 116 RAD conversion units.  The agency is governed by a seven-member Board and staffed with 30 employees. BHA is a HUD High Performer in both the PHAS and SEMAP scoring. The agency has a strong resident initiatives program that includes 80 FSS participants, 99 ROSS participants, 12 homeownership participants, and many other support services providers and partners.

    Bloomington is an attractive, progressive community situated 50 miles south of Indianapolis. It is known as the “Gateway to Scenic Southern Indiana and includes many state parks and national forest areas. Bloomington is the home of Indiana University and is one of the oldest and largest state universities in America. A recruitment brochure that can be accessed on the agency website provides much additional information on community and regional amenities as well as an agency profile.

    The successful candidate must have completed a Bachelor’s degree, and preferably a Master’s degree, in business administration, public administration, urban planning, law, or a closely related field.  Candidates must also have a minimum of five (5) years of progressively responsible managerial experience in affordable housing program administration or management, including two (2) years in budgeting activities and experience in real estate development OR five (5) years of progressively responsible managerial experience in a closely related field that includes two (2) years in budgeting activities and experience in real estate development.  However, candidates with exceptional academic or experience backgrounds that compensate for an academic or experience deficiency may still be considered at the discretion of the BHA Board of Commissioners.  Candidates must possess a Low Income Housing Tax Credit compliance certification or have the ability to obtain within the first six months of employment.  Finalists will be required to provide academic, work history, and salary history verification.  The consultant will complete criminal and credit history background checks.

    The BHA website contains additional information regarding the expected knowledge, skills and abilities, the position description, and a recruitment brochure.  Compensation for the position is negotiable depending on the qualifications and experience of the chosen candidate.  It is required that the selected Executive Director will establish residency in the Bloomington area.  BHA is an equal opportunity employer.  Please submit a one-page cover letter, a two-page resume, and a listing of three professional references.  Please submit an email version of the application documents to both Stan Quy, President / Principal of the Organizational Leadership Edge at Squy@cox.net and Kalen Richmond, BHA Administrative Assistant, at krichmond@blha.net. . The position is open until filled.  However, the Board will review the slate of applicants as of July 23, 2021, and may decide to select a candidate at that time.

  • June 25, 2021 10:00 AM | Cheryl Anne Farmer (Administrator)

    June 25th 2021 - Application deadline  July 12th

    Senior Accountant II

    Classification:   Non-Union

    FLSA:   Exempt (Salaried)

    Pay Rate:   $55,000-$60,000

    General Description: Under the direction of the Executive Director, with a working relationship to the contracted Fee Accountant, the Senior Accountant serves as a senior level accountant, manages complex accounting functions, performs a variety of professional level accounting duties in the preparation, maintenance and control of funds, including cash disbursements, cash receipts, procurement functions associated with cash disbursements, cost allocation, banking transactions, analysis of special programs and accounts and the development of financial reports. All work is performed consistent with IHC policies and procedures and GAAP. The Senior Accountant maintains related records and prepare periodic reports and other necessary financial reporting to be submitted to management, the Board, and local, County, State and Federal entities.

    Reports to:         Executive Director

    Supervises:      The Senior Accountant II has supervisory responsibility for all personnel assigned to the finance and accounting office, including accountants, accounts payable specialists, payroll specialist, grants analyst and clerical staff. 

    Representative Duties & Essential Functions

    E = Essential Functions

    • Performs a variety of complex professional-level accounting duties in a lead position. Responsible for the preparation, maintenance and control of funds including but not limited to cash receipts, cash disbursements, financial reporting and banking transactions.
    • Manages and oversees the processing of periodic subsidy payments into and out of IHC. Ensures IHC receives its funding and reimbursements from government entities in a timely manner. Ensures that landlords and tenants receive their housing assistance payments and utility allowance payments in a timely manner. Investigates potential fraud/abuse involving housing assistance payments and performs the necessary transactions for repayment agreements accordingly.
    • Performs all aspects of Accounts Payable to include vendor payments, ensuring vendor packets are complete, insurance is in compliance for active contracts. Assists with ensuring compliance with IHC procurement policy prior to disbursement of funds. Maintains contract register payment data, performs vendor analytics. Processes disbursements twice monthly. Performs monthly statistical and performance reporting.
    • Performs all aspects of management of tenant accounts receivable, proper cash receipting, billing, write-out, security deposit refunds and account analysis. Performs monthly statistical and performance reporting.
    • Prepares and analyzes financial reports quarterly for multiple funds; assists supervisors and department managers with quarterly financial analysis; prepares reconciliations and forecasts accordingly.
    • Responds to audit, bank, trust company, fee accountant and other external entity’s inquiries. Provides a variety of information and assistance regarding budget, accounting transactions and related information; provides technical expertise and direction to resolve complex accounting issues and questions; coordinate activities with other departments.
    • Researches, compiles, analyzes, and inputs financial data for preparation of vendor payments. Assists with Federal, State, and local reporting documents; recommends, develops and revises accounting and internal control procedures in accordance with industry standards, IHC partnership agreements, and GAAP requirements.
    • Analyzes records and documentation of transactions and monitors program expenditures for assigned funds and accounts to assure expenditures and income are approved and allocated to proper accounts; performs expenditure analysis to assure financial compliance with budget authorization and limitations; utilizes computerized accounting system to perform work including the review of purchase requests.
    • Reviews and analyzes financial and program data and documents to assure accuracy, completeness and compliance with IHC policies and procedures, applicable HUD rules, and other governmental, and non-governmental regulations.
    • Reconciles and balances assigned accounts and financial statements; monitors financial transactions for accuracy and timely processing; maintains journals and ledgers for assigned funds.
    • Communicates with IHC personnel, vendors, department directors and other housing commission personnel to resolve problems, correct errors, obtain authorizations and exchange information.
    • Prepare a variety of local, County, State and HUD financial reports and contracts; gather, compile, post, balance and summarize accounting data; develop and analyze data for presentation in IHC financial reports; prepare financial reports, summaries, and other materials for the Board of Commissioners and Executive Director as requested.
    • Compiles, consolidates and analyzes financial and program data and reports; prepare and maintain mandated statistical reports and projections as requested or required; prepares and maintains detailed and comprehensive records related to assigned accounts.
    • Conducts researches and prepares special studies as requested or required; answers questions and provides information and assistance regarding a variety of accounting, budgeting and funding regulations, requirements and issues; analyzes financial accounting data and makes recommendations; assists personnel with the budget development and monitoring.
    • Reviews financial recordkeeping procedures and methods; maintains and improves internal controls and operating procedures; implements new procedures and techniques and assures efficiency and compliance with generally accepted accounting principles and policies and applicable government regulations.
    • Performs duties as a senior level accountant.
    • Oversees and coordinates the network-based, automated Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCVP) HAP payment and reporting systems.
    • Initiates the HCVP portability invoice process; makes invoice adjustments based on additional payments made through weekly check runs; facilitates reconciliation of portability invoices to and from housing authorities nationwide.
    • Facilitate the year-end HCVP and Vendor 1099 processing and reconciliationprocess; electronically transmit 1099 data to IRS and other taxing authorities as required; processes any necessary revisions.
    • Ensures compliance with internal control, reporting, and financial management requirements of federal grants and contracts and subsidies.
    • Prepares and files necessary Federal, State and local reports, including but not limited to Form 990.
    • Performs bond compliance audit and prepares and files necessary reports to meet the bond regulatory requirements.
    • Attendance at regular and/or special Inkster Housing Commission board meetings.
    • Perform related duties as assigned.

    Minimum Qualifications

    • Minimum 7-10 years experience in general accounting, 3-5 years of which should be in a financial management/supervisory position
    • 3-5 years experience in Low Income Public Housing or Affordable Housing
    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Finance or related field required
    • Certified Public Accountant (CPA) certification preferred
    • Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM) certification preferred
    • Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and Federal/state financial regulations
    • General knowledge of HUD programs, requirements, and policies/procedures
    • Experience in financial planning, as well as in analyzing and reviewing a variety of financial reports
    • Ability to direct and manage a team effectively in a fast-paced environment
    • Strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills
    • Strong technical skills/computer knowledge
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel and Access

    EDUCATION

    Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Business Administration required; Master’s degree preferred.

    EXPERIENCE:

    Seven to ten years  increasingly responsible professional experience in leading the preparation and maintenance of financial and statistical records. Background in Public Housing/Housing and Urban Development/Affordable housing required.

    TRAINING:

    The Senior Accountant needs to successfully complete, minimally, eight (8) hours of continuing education/training annually relevant to the Accounting discipline.

    Competencies, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

    KNOWLEDGE OF:

    • Generally accepted accounting and auditing principles, practices and procedures.
    • Financial, statistical and fiscal internal control principles.
    • Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable processing and management.
    • Preparation and maintenance of comprehensive accounting and budgetary records.
    • Financial reporting procedures.
    • Data processing applications to accounting and auditing functions related to data management, electronic spreadsheets and word processing.
    • Applicable sections of applicable laws.
    • Modern office practices, procedures and equipment.
    • Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.
    • Operation of a computer, and assigned software.
    • Technical aspects of field of specialty.
    • Operations, policies and objectives.
    • Policies and objectives of assigned program and activities.
    • Verbal, and written communication skills.

    ABILITY TO:

    1. Work closely with the Fee Accountant to ensure timely performance of monthly, quarterly and annual accounting cycle duties and reporting.
    2. Perform a variety of technical accounting duties in the preparation, maintenance and control of financial and program records.
    3. Maintain and prepare periodic and annual reports and fiscal projections.
    4. Maintain and audit fiscal records and accounts.
    5. Assure compliance with applicable policies, procedures and governmental regulations.
    6. Balance and reconcile accounts.
    7. Interpret and apply policies, rules, regulations, and procedures.
    8. Plan and organize work and act in a senior level accountant capacity.
    9. Operate a variety of office equipment and machines including core company operations computers, word processing and spreadsheet applications.
    10. Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.
    11. Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.
    12.  Work independently with little direction.
    13. Meet schedules and time lines.
    14. Compile, analyze and record financial and statistical data.
    15. Communicate effectively both verbally, and in writing
    16. Works respectfully and courteously with staff, residents, and the general public.

    WORKING CONDITIONS:

    ENVIRONMENT:

    • Office environment; will include travel to IHC sites within the City of Inkster as well as the bank and post office.

    PHYSICAL ABILITIES:

    • Sitting or standing for extended periods of time.
    • Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard and calculator.
    • Seeing to read various data, either via electronic transmission or paper documents
    • Bending at the waist to retrieve materials.
    • Ability to converse, either telephonically or in person with stakeholders

    HAZARDS:

    Contact with dissatisfied or verbally abusive individuals.

    OTHER REQUIREMENTS

    Must possess a valid Michigan or Ohio Driver’s License.

    Must acknowledge and agree to maintain a drug-free workplace as a condition of employment with Inkster Housing Commission. 

    Although marijuana has been legalized under Michigan law, it is a Schedule I controlled substance and is illegal under federal law. As a federally funded agency IHC’s employees are NOT permitted to use or possess any form of marijuana for medical or recreational purposes. Any applicant for employment who tests positive for marijuana during a pre-employment drug screening shall be ineligible for employment with IHC. Any applicant for employment who advises IHC that s/he uses any form of marijuana will be ineligible for employment with IHC. IHC is unable to grant a request for a reasonable accommodation to use marijuana under any circumstance.

    Employee, current spouse or anyone living in employee’s household cannot be a Housing Choice Voucher (formerly known as Section 8) Landlord.

    Any applicant who accepts employment with the Inkster Housing Commission and owes money to the Inkster Housing Commission must resolve the debt prior to start date of employment.

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    This is an at-will position, with no tenure vested. Continued employment is at the discretion of the hiring body of the Commission and based upon employee performance and compliance with IHC policies and procedures.

    Inkster Housing Commission reserves the right to change or alter this job description based on regulation changes and/or the business needs of the Commission.

    NOTE: This job class specification describes main duties only. It is not considered to be a detailed listing of job tasks.


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