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Career Opportunity at Autism Society of North Carolina

The Autism Society of North Carolina is currently looking to fill the position of Advocacy Database Specialist.

The Advocacy Database Specialist will manage and develop information on resources available to support people with autism, their families and the professionals who serve them in North Carolina. This staff person would be responsible for ASNC’s iCarol database and online resource directory including development, entry, and maintenance of community resource listings, database reporting functions, monitoring quality and accuracy of all database information, and training and supporting users of the iCarol Connection and Resource system. The position supports the Advocacy Departments work by assisting department staff with administrative duties.

This job is a partial work from home, and partial work from one of our regional offices, so you must be close enough to one of our office locations to commute as well. For a list of locations, click on your county and see if a local office location is listed https://www.autismsociety-nc.org/find-help/#

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include:

  • Operate the web-based information and referral database used by staff as well as the online Resource Directory used by the public. Determines appropriate means by which to accomplish this integral responsibility.
  • Research, enter and update statewide listings of community resources for people on the autism spectrum and their families.
  • Contact community organizations by phone and email to verify information.
  • Review and edit written content for grammar, spelling errors, and length.
  • Attach standardized classification system terminology to resource entries using the AIRS standardized taxonomy for human resources, as well as develop effective search keywords.
  • Develop and utilize content formatting and standardization rules, resource updating processes, other database policies, and training materials.
  • Communicate changes in database program services to staff and public.
  • Assist staff to help local ASNC chapters and support groups with the publication of local community resource guides.
  • Develop new and creative ways to use database and its information to further the mission of ASNC.
  • Review database system contacts entries for accuracy and problem solve with supervisory staff to improve data collection.
  • Train and support iCarol Connection system users.
  • Assist staff with development of system reports for internal and external audiences.
  • Assist Advocacy Department staff with administrative support work including but not limited to preparing and maintaining state lobbying reports, preparing ASNC info packets for elected officials, maintaining evaluation records, chapter volunteer background checks and availability of volunteers, compiling information and updating records, mailing packets of materials including Welcome Packets, securing locations and handling logistics for events, taking notes at meetings, arranging travel and other duties as assigned.
  • Other duties as assigned in support of the mission of the organization.

Qualifications include:

  • Attention to detail: is thorough when performing work; double checking for accuracy of information to ensure precision and high quality of work.
  • Time management and task prioritization skills; can set priorities and adjust them as needed to meet urgent needs.
  • Ability to problem solve; can analyze, develop solutions, test results, and use feedback to make modifications.
  • Excellent writing skills with an emphasis on correct grammar and the ability to summarize and edit written content. Skills testing may be a requirement of employment.
  • Superior computer skills: Use of MS Office Suite and internet research skills required; familiarity with information and referral databases and/or standardized taxonomy is preferred. Computer skills tests may be a requirement of employment.
  • Able to use excellent customer service skills to interact by phone, email/letter, or in person with a diverse array of community resource organizations, families, individuals on the autism spectrum and other stakeholders.
  • Acceptance of feedback from a variety of stakeholders and the ability to use to improve performance.

Education Requirements:

    Bachelor’s degree (B. A.) from a four-year college or university in human services, library and information sciences, database management, or related field and one year of experience in customer service, research, and/or data entry; or an Associate’s degree in one of the above fields and two years related experience; or a High school diploma and an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

    Monitor, coordinate and instruct volunteers and/or interns

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Career Opportunities at iCarol

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Are you looking to start a new career opportunity in 2022? We have several openings on our team at the moment, and are currently accepting applications! iCarol is looking to add team members to our Business Development Team in the role of Inside Sales Professional, and our Client Support and Implementation Team in the role of Client Support Implementation Specialist (CSIS).

The Inside Sales Professional is responsible for searching for new leads and opportunities to add more organizations to the iCarol family. This sales team member helps connect prospective customers with the right iCarol solutions for their agency and works with them to close the sale. Learn more about this open position.

The Client Support and Implementation Specialist 1 (CSIS1) is responsible for implementing new name and back to base sales, answering complex questions, contributing to a knowledge base, and advocating for the needs of the client. The CSIS is accountable for ensuring continuity of computer system services by providing the technical expertise, the assistance and project coordination necessary to maintain computer software products, and resolve technical problems. Learn more about this open position.

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iCarol Career Opportunity – Director of Business Development and Marketing

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Director of Business Development and Marketing – Remote

We are currently accepting applications for the position of Director of Business Development and Marketing.

The team member in this position is responsible for the day-to-day management of the Sales department, including Marketing and Communications. This position manages all employees of the department and is responsible for the performance management, hiring and training of the employees within that department.

What your impact will be:

  • Gather and analyze market data and industry trends.
  • Develop relevant annual sales strategies that are congruent with market analyses of a competitive sector
  • Build and execute against aggressive growth plans
  • Build strong prospect/customer relationships
  • Generate leads through all necessary channels
  • Build a strong pipeline of qualified prospects
  • Attend sales presentations
  • Achieve sales goals and enable team to achieve targets through efficient management and constant support
  • Prepare reports detailing the status of all accounts
  • Prepare and maintain the monthly sales bookings forecast
  • Work to create a marketing brand
  • Oversee conference attendance and participation to help drive new business and grow the market awareness of the company.
  • Manage/realign territories as needed
  • Understand and monitor the win/loss rates to be able to determine ROI for each activity. Understand the sales cycle within each vertical and design sales strategies that drive organic growth.
  • Handle the financial resources (revenue and spending allocated to the department, cost control, etc.) and provide forecast updates and reporting as required.
  • Make sure customers are satisfied during and after service delivery and process complaints, if any
  • Be an ambassador for the use of iCarol and suggest best practices for its use
  • Some travel is required.
  • Collaboration with other iCarol teams and departments to seek out and share ideas for process improvements to help guide the company’s growth and ensure a quality product for our client base.

What we are looking for:

  • 3 to 5+ years of experience in software or institutional sales management
  • Superior oral and written skills
  • Demonstrated ability to determine and then transform customer needs/requirements into an opportunity for the company
  • Strong business development experience
  • Experience in client prospecting or seeking funding or partnership opportunities
  • High level of problem solving and analytical skills
  • Experience carrying a sales quota and achieving success of this quota Experience building out a high-performance team
  • Ability to work in a team and be hands on with customers in achieving their success
  • Strong critical thinking skills, decisiveness, and willingness to appropriately accept risk
  • Experience in industry, technology needs associated to industry, and in introducing new products is an asset
  • Experience with Zoho CRM and managing a CRM as an administrator.

What will make you standout?

  • iCarol software experience
  • Previous experience selling to charitable or non-profit organizations, securing funding, or building successful partnerships/programs, for a non-profit is preferred.

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iCarol Career Opportunity – Client Support Implementation Specialist (CSIS)

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Client Support Implementation Specialist (CSIS) – Remote

Are you a current or former user of iCarol Software with a belief in and passion for the missions of non-profit helplines and contact centers? Would you enjoy guiding new iCarol users through their onboarding process as they prepare to use iCarol at their not-for-profit helpline? Do you enjoy troubleshooting problems to find solutions, and guiding people to answers that will help them? If you answered “yes” to these questions, you could be the next member of the iCarol Support Team!

We are currently accepting applications for the position of Client Support and Implementation Specialist

The Client Support and Implementation Specialist 1 (CSIS1) is responsible for implementing new name and back to base sales, answering complex questions, contributing to a knowledge base, and advocating for the needs of the client. The CSIS is accountable for ensuring continuity of computer system services by providing the technical expertise, the assistance and project coordination necessary to maintain computer software products, and resolve technical problems.

What your impact will be:

  • Configure new systems and features and train clients how to use iCarol to best meet their organizations’ needs
  • Monitors and answers incoming support chats and tickets, working directly with customers to help solve problems
  • Resolves issues or escalates issues to CSIS2 when more expertise is needed
  • Assists with release management by testing bug fixes and software enhancements, and other upgrade rollout tasks as required
  • Stay abreast on the latest developments in software through self-learning/training
  • Uses discretion to effect timely solution of problems to ensure customer satisfaction, eliminate downtime and prevent cost overruns
  • Maintains client relationships
  • Aids in creating and providing support documentation
  • Identifies solutions for customers related to potential up sales, escalating to the Sales Team when needed
  • Exercises sound professional judgment in analysis of problems to: (1) attempt hardware/software solution by screenshare, or (2) decide proper level of maintenance required to solve problem
  • Other duties as assigned

What we are looking for:

  • Honesty, patience, and motivation are core values of the iCarol team
  • A passionate belief in the mission of help lines and respect for their callers
  • A high degree of responsiveness to client requests and issues
  • Strong proficiency and comfort using computers and the web
  • General to intermediate knowledge of computers, internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, etc.) and Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Project management skills will be a plus
  • Due to the nature of the work our clients do (ie. you will have access to client ePHI), our policies require you to sign a confidentiality agreement and pass a basic criminal background check in addition to annual HIPAA security training.

What will make you standout?

  • At least 2 years of experience working at a help line, preferably both on the phones and in an administrative role
  • At least 2 years of experience as an iCarol Admin
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred

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iCarol Career Opportunity – Inside Sales Professional

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Inside Sales Professional – Remote

Do you have understanding or experience working with not-for-profits?

Are you a self-starter, charismatic, and highly motivated with some prior success in hunting for, identifying, qualifying, and closing high quality business opportunities?

We’re seeking an Inside Sales Professional to join our Business Development team! As an Inside Sales Professional you will be responsible for closing leads, as well as hunting for new opportunities.

What your impact will be:

  • Identify the needs of the customer, demonstrate the benefits of the software, and present the iCarol solution to not-for-profit organizations, growing the customer base with new clients, as well as enhancing relationships with existing customers
  • Hunting and qualifying new business opportunities
  • Qualifying and closing high quality business opportunities
  • Finding the best solution to fit the needs of our customers

What we are looking for:

  • Experience working in a not-for-profit setting or demonstrated understanding of not-for-profit structure and needs
  • Technical aptitude
  • Proven sales experience
  • High character, be trustworthy, authentic, and do what you say you will do
  • A desire to learn with the ability to be trained, take responsibility for your actions, and can be coached to improve
  • Ability to work well autonomously, and be authentic in their abilities and demeanor
  • An inquisitive, self-starter, highly motivated for success

What would make you stand out:

  • Experience working with the iCarol solution
  • Previous direct sales experience, an understanding or experience working with not-for-profits
  • Experience selling SaaS
  • Experience in information technology or software sales

What we offer:

  • 3 weeks’ vacation and 5 personal days
  • Comprehensive Medical, Dental and Vision coverage from your first day of employment
  • Employee stock ownership and 401K matching programs
  • Lifestyle rewards
  • Flexible work options

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Postpartum Support International seeks Data Manager/Quality Improvement Specialist

Postpartum Support International (PSI) is searching for a qualified candidate to join their team in the role of Data Manager/Quality Improvement Specialist.

PSI is looking for someone to manage the Case Management Software and HelpLine reporting. This is a work-from-home position and is fully remote. You are the sole Data Manager/Quality Improvement Specialist in the organization, providing database and quality improvement management, and communicating with non-technical staff and board in our non-profit organization.

Resourcefulness is a necessary skill in this role. You should be able to diagnose and resolve problems quickly. You should also have the ability to communicate with a variety of interdisciplinary teams and users, and the ability to show patience along with a clear understanding of technical issues while explaining in clear terms to non-technical staff. Candidates must be comfortable in an environment that priorities diversity, equity, and inclusion, and in an organization that works to address systemic inequities.

Your goal will be to ensure that our technology and network infrastructure runs smoothly and efficiently, and to coordinate with a variety of internal stakeholders regarding the specifics of their web pages, database information, and related technical systems.

The Data Manager/Quality Improvement Specialist reports to the Hotline Project Director and works collaboratively with other staff, board members, and Case Management System vendor to implement strategic solutions.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Manage and optimize Case Management Software application, status, and improvements for HelpLine/Hotline Operation
  • Devise and establish database management and quality improvement systems to support the implementation of organizational strategies
  • Oversee database management and quality improvement, monitor key performance indicators, and evaluate them according to established goals
  • Research and implement technical improvements and solutions to database system and communication integration
  • Monitor performance and maintain systems according to requirements
  • Make recommendations to improve key performance indicators
  • Troubleshoot issues and outages, work with team to respond to surges or natural disasters
  • Develop expertise to assist in staff and volunteer training in case management system
  • Assist in the development of internal documentation of database case management systems
  • Resolve technical issues, detect patterns of occurrences and coordinate with staff regarding handling resolutions to persistent problems
  • Manage data collection, surveys and reports, including monthly and ad-hoc reports, as needed
  • Contributes to the interpretation of data analysis and reports. Presents findings in easy-to-understand terms.
  • Use on demand and ad hoc queries and reports to review, monitor, and report on evaluation outcomes

In order to qualify for the role, the ideal candidate will possess the following experience:

  • Database management: 2 years (Required)
  • Quality management: 2 years (Required)
  • QA/QC: 2 years (Required)
  • English (Required)
  • US work authorization (Required)
  • Bachelor’s (Preferred)
  • Microsoft Excel: 5 years (Preferred)
  • Survey design: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Network monitoring: 1 year (Preferred)
  • One to three years of related experience is required
  • Experience working with data management systems and reports. Experience with iCarol CMS preferred.
  • Experience with data collection, entry, quality assurance, visualization, and reporting
  • Experience with survey and assessment design
  • High level of computer proficiency
  • Degree in social science, statistics, or a related field

This remote work position pays a salary of $70,000 USD per year and benefits include: Health and Vision Insurance and Health Savings Account; Tuition Reimbursement; Employee Discount; Retirement; Paid Leave, and more.

This blog contains highlights and excerpts from the job posting. Click the button below to learn more and apply for this position.

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iCarol is posting this career opportunity on behalf of Postpartum Support International. Postpartum Support International is an equal opportunity employer. Postpartum Support International will not discriminate and will take measures to ensure against discrimination in employment, recruitment, advertisements for employment, compensation, termination, upgrading, promotions, and other conditions of employment against any employee or job applicant on the bases of race, color, gender, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, veteran’s status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. www.postpartum.net

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Career Opportunity: Family & Children’s Service Nashville Seeks Data Manager

Family & Children’s Service Nashville is looking for a Data Manager to assist with the implementation and maintenance of databases, data collection systems, and strategies that optimize the efficiency and quality of data. In coordination with the Director of Data Analytics, this position helps maintain the data infrastructure to support operations, including reporting and quality assurance. This position will also support a partner nonprofit agency with database administration and reporting.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Create, refine, and generate reports on data and outcomes.
  • Identify and interpret trends or patterns in complex data sets.
  • Provide technical support for end users for databases and data collection systems.
  • Assist in quality assurance reporting by filtering and cleaning data to locate and correct problems.
  • Troubleshoot systems to ensure error-free functionality and end-user satisfaction by conducting research on specific issues related to individual queries or systemic issues.
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Career Opportunity at iCarol: Solutions Expert

Do you have sales experiences, experience working in or with a not-for-profit, or Admin Experience with iCarol Software? If you said yes to two or more of these, you could be the person we need!

iCarol is currently seeking candidates to fill the position of Solutions Expert, which is a sales representative role. Below is our full job listing. Interested parties can apply using the link at the bottom of this listing!

Solutions Expert/Sales Representative

The Solutions Expert is a sales representative that is part of the Business Development Team and reports to the Director of Business Development. As a Solutions Expert, you will join the Sales Team with a primary focus on new prospects to increase new sales and help with the overall growth of the company, and additional sales to current clients to ensure stability for the future of the company.

As a Solutions Expert you will work remotely within Canada or the United States. Depending on location, an office may be available at one of our many offices, if the successful candidate prefers to work within an office setting.

What we are looking for:

  • Experience as a sales representative
  • Some technical aptitude
  • High character, be trustworthy, authentic, and do what you say you will do
  • A desire to learn with the ability to be trained, take responsibility for your actions, and are able to be coached to improve
  • Ability to work well autonomously, and be authentic in their abilities and demeanor
  • Self-starter and highly motivated for success

What would make you stand out:

  • Experience in information technology or software sales
  • Experience working in a not-for-profit setting or demonstrated understanding of not-for-profit structure and needs
  • Experience working with the iCarol solution, preferably as an iCarol Administrator

What we can offer:

  • 3 weeks’ vacation and 5 personal days
  • Comprehensive Medical, Dental and Vision coverage from your first day of employment
  • Employee stock ownership and 401K matching programs
  • Lifestyle rewards
  • Flexible work options

About us:
CharityLogic, a division of Harris Computer, is the makers of iCarol software. iCarol is the first and only commercially available, subscription based, helpline software management system that automates all the processes associated with managing contacts and providing iCarol Messaging (live chat and texting/SMS). While iCarol was originally built specifically for non-profit helplines, our solution serves not-for-profit agencies and government organizations of many different scopes and types who serve people in need not just over the phone, but in-person, on the web, and through live chat or texting conversations.

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Career Opportunity with The Senior Alliance

The Senior Alliance, based in Wayne, Michigan, is currently seeking a candidate for the position of Program Manager – LMSW.

The Program Manager – LMSW will manage a team of employees with the goal of improving the lives of older adults who are socially isolated. Effectively focus the team on achieving individual and program performance goals. Continually train the team to effectively enroll patients, implement the agency’s Hearken model, properly document cases and coordinate resource referrals to proper agency staff. Work with agency’s fiscal and information technology staff to insure data integrity, proper programmatic billing and report production. Serve as the agency’s liaison to the program’s partners. This is a temporary role pending budget continuance.

Education:
Master’s in Social Work – Program Manager must be a Licensed Master’s Social Worker with experience in counseling

Experience:
Minimum two years of experience in direct management of employees and programs, preferably in a professional environment. Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing projects and/or service delivery, including effectiveness in quality assurance/quality improvement activities with complex multi-year programs. Experience with business process, customer service, data management/flow mapping, interacting with high-level external stakeholders and community relations. Possess some understanding of database, system design, or application programming. Experience with Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) development, evidence-based diagnostic tools, and counseling. Familiarity with the aging network and community-based organizations is desirable.

Requirements:
Excellent interpersonal and group process skills. Is accurate, conscientious and flexible with attention to detail. Accepts direction, well organized, has the ability to meet deadlines and a willingness to work in a team environment. Is proficient with computers, including using data to generate meaningful queries and reports that help inform discussions regarding program effectiveness and future direction. Ability to develop collaborative partnerships with other agencies, draft documents for public distribution and make presentations on behalf of the agency. Must have valid driver’s license and reliable transportation. Perform job functions with ethics, honesty and integrity. The Senior Alliance (TSA) is a non-profit 501c(3) where philanthropy on behalf of the agency is a requirement of all employees.

Duties include:

  • Manage daily activities of Social Workers, Peer Mentors, Community Health Workers & Peer Volunteers and effectively address issues arising from client interactions;
  • Work alongside Director of Programs to develop the Hearken model and any associated grant application
  • Provide counseling to program clients;
  • Review pre and post scores on all diagnostic tools used in the program to determine program successes and areas of improvement
  • Ensure that all staff obtain and maintain required professional certifications when required;
  • Implement a continual training and skill development program for program staff;
  • Oversee data entry and documentation processes;
  • Lead regularly scheduled team meetings to continually develop staff skills, provide programmatic performance feedback and foster interaction between team members focused on experience sharing;
  • Develop and implement individual staff member and project work plans, as needed;
  • Develop and maintain open lines of communication with program partners (both internal and external);
  • Adhere to programmatic policies and procedures established with the program’s contractual partners;
  • Work with Information Technology Specialist to maintain functionality of the program’s database;
  • Work with the fiscal department to insure accurate and timely billing of programmatic activities;
  • Be an advocate for older adults and an effective speaker at local, state and national forums;
  • Other duties as assigned by the Chief Clinical Officer, Director of Programs, or CEO.

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Database Administrator Career Opportunity at 211 Maryland

211 Maryland is currently seeking a candidate to fill the position of Database Administrator.

About the Position:

The Database Administrator oversees the evolution, expansion and maintenance of a statewide resource database that includes health and human service resources available to Marylanders and ensures standards are met by the Alliance of Information and Referral Systems (AIRS). They provide guidance and direction to 211 Maryland Call Center Resource Specialists, volunteers and information and referral specialists on database enhancements, development, and maintenance activities. The Database Administrator leads the creation of new partnerships with other statewide organizations that maintain health and human services databases to reduce duplication in resources and identify new partnerships. They serve as the point of contact for all statewide database requests.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities includes, but are not limited to :

    Database development oversight:
    In tandem with the Operations Director, develops statewide policy/procedures, documents and implements procedures for researching, selecting, classifying, indexing, and updating resource information to assure the accuracy, consistency and integrity of the database. Ensures that Inclusion/Exclusion criteria are uniformly applied statewide; a standardized profile is used for every resource; resources are classified by the AIRS/211 LA County taxonomy; and the database is updated annually. Networks with resource managers across the nation to stay abreast of best practices and developments in technology that could enable increased efficiencies. Regularly solicits input from call center resource specialist on resource needs and recommended system changes in accordance with identified needs.

    Identify best practices for database development and maintenance:
    In tandem with Operations Director and call centers, develop best practice policy/procedures for database improvements, maintenance, and technological upgrades. Support statewide efforts to increase agency resources, continued maintenance, and system updates. Support call centers with identifying resources and best practices to maintain and enhance their local resources. 10% Reporting: Creates customized resource reports. Collects and disseminates data on community resources as needed to support 211 Maryland’s public policy/statewide impact. 10% Relationship Building and Community Outreach: Identifies statewide collaboration opportunities. Oversee efforts to create data sharing agreements and processes with local and statewide organizations. Coordinates database activities among 211 pilots. Networks with community service providers to promote availability of online resource database and to coordinate efforts to update resource information.

    Training:
    Identify best practice training opportunities. Coordinates database maintenance activities and trainings for call centers resource staff. Provides direction and guidance to resource specialists, information, and referral specialists, in researching, developing, and updating resources. Provides training as needed for call center staff on use of information and referral software for resource development and maintenance using the AIRS/211 LA County Taxonomy of Human Services.

Administrator must consistently demonstrate competency in:

  • Maintaining a statewide resource database in accordance with AIRS standards.
  • Supervise, guide, and instruct staff and volunteers with database development tasks.
  • Plan daily work schedule and prioritize tasks to meet 211 MD’s goals and objectives.
  • Perform tasks with minimal direct supervision.
  • Build and manage external relationships.
  • Leading or participate in team projects as required.
  • Employ problem solving techniques when appropriate.

Qualifications and Requirements:

    Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Human Services, Library Sciences, or related field with at least 2 years of experience in a human service organization. Knowledge of computer systems, database technology and data analysis techniques. Basic knowledge of human service delivery system. iCarol Resource Database administration experience preferred.

Abilities/Skills:

    Ability to express ideas clearly to individuals and groups.
  • Agility to make independent decisions using good judgement.
  • Organizational skills.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Strong relationship building and other interpersonal skills.

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