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    Project Manager, System Integrations  

    - Denver
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    POSITION OVERVIEW:

    The System Integrations Project Manager is responsible for creating and managing a disciplined strategy and execution model for all system integrations, consolidations, upgrades and advancements. Position ensures such system initiatives and advancements successfully capture the desired related outcomes in the areas of the People, Processes and Customers including ongoing optimization.

    ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    System Integrations Management
    Gain and maintain a deep understanding of the company, the industry and the competitive landscape.
    Develop due diligence checklist templates ensuring they acquire the needed information to integrate new partnerships into the system infrastructure portfolio.
    Create detailed integration checklists and project plan templates that serve as the baseline roadmap tool for all integrations.
    Partner with the executive team to identify the selected members of the integration team for each project/event and subsequently customize the plan.
    Partner with the Business Units to help them develop standard process flows, integration procedures, critical/confidential document protection and change management strategies.
    Lead the integration team as Project Manager so that all functional integration leaders understand their roles and responsibilities during the transition period.
    Develop a reporting strategy and chair ongoing meetings for company integration reviews and status reporting.
    Ensure project plan strategies properly address the company's key integration categories of People, Processes, Systems and Customers and that such plans are inclusive of:
    Targeted objectives/end states.
    Clear assignments, common formats for their outputs, disciplined timelines, coordinated meeting schedules, communication mechanisms and review processes.
    Integration hierarchy, decision-making protocols, and escalation routes so problems requiring senior-level input can be quickly addressed and resolved.
    Engagement of both sides so that the collective organization benefits from our combined knowledge and experience without getting mired down in politics and tradeoffs.
    Appropriate methodology for measuring progress and holding people accountable for meeting our targeted objectives.
    Consistent set of core messages both internally and externally.
    Strategies for minimizing potential cultural clashes and ensuring our combined culture is equipped to meet our collective marketplace demands.
    Documentation of any handoffs to leaders/managers at the end of the transition period.
    Communication of integration completion (avoid the concept of a race without the finish line).
    Capture lessons learned and recommendations for future corporate projects.

    New System Implementations/Upgrades
    Evaluate, install, configure and deploy new applications, systems software, products and/or enhancements to existing applications throughout the company.
    Collaborate with system owners in the testing of software programs and applications.
    Ensure any new system integrations into business systems meet functional requirements, system compliance and interface specifications.
    Liaise with software suppliers and internal stakeholders to address issues in program logic and the interoperability of new applications with existing systems software.
    System Optimization
    Maintain key partnerships with each member of the executive team and their key personnel to ensure the best or most effective use system capabilities.
    Serve as a Business Analyst for departments and units in the evaluating, planning and implementation of improvements in processes, reporting, practices and organizational effectiveness.
    Identify, plan and implement key projects to improve data access/transparency and quality, reduce costs, increase productivity, improve cycle time, etc. resulting in significant business improvement and customer satisfaction.
    Prepare monthly single page, visual, project and corporate integration scorecard reports to measure overall corporate integration status and integration status by corporate entity.
    REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS:
    Bachelor's degree in Business Information Systems, Engineering, Computer Science or related field.
    MBA, CPA, CFA or related degree/equivalent preferred.
    A minimum of 5 years related experience, specifically including business integrations and enhancement experience involving M&A and internal systems.
    Certifications in Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), Agile Scrum/Practitioner, CMM or Project Management Professional (PMP) preferred.
    Salesforce, Sage 300 CRE, Office 365, Business Objects, Power BI, and/or ADP Workforce Now system experience preferred.
    Proven ability to create and implement highly detailed project plans related to integrating businesses (infrastructure, systems, people); demonstrated ability to build trust and confidence amongst senior business leaders in the managing of such project plans.
    Excellent communication skills, both in written and verbal form are critical.
    Ability to work comfortably in a group/cross-functional setting, have excellent problem-solving skills, and have an ability to remain calm in the face of uncertainty, inspiring the same in collaborating personnel and prospective mergers and acquisitions.
    Confident but approachable and likable individual who portrays a similar image of the business, hence inspiring trust from our national workforce.
    High degree of accuracy and attention to detail, excellent critical thinking skills, strong financial acumen and ability to work in a fast-paced environment; ability to prioritize among competing duties/projects.
    Demonstrated skills in persuasion and consensus-building; excellent people skills, including interpersonal and conflict resolution skills.
    Willingness to serve as not only a leader but a resource when needed to meet deadlines and ensure success.
    Ability to perform project resource needs evaluations and staffing recommendations depending on required timelines and specific needs. Skilled at providing options for tuning project expectations and timing based on available resources.
    Proven ability to work in an acquisitive, fast-paced Company with the ability to consistently meet tight deadlines and manage complexity.
    High level of integrity and discretion in handling confidential/proprietary information.
    Ability to travel.

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    Project Manager, System Integrations  

    - Denver
    -


    POSITION OVERVIEW:

    The System Integrations Project Manager is responsible for creating and managing a disciplined strategy and execution model for all system integrations, consolidations, upgrades and advancements. Position ensures such system initiatives and advancements successfully capture the desired related outcomes in the areas of the People, Processes and Customers including ongoing optimization.

    ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    System Integrations Management
    Gain and maintain a deep understanding of the company, the industry and the competitive landscape.
    Develop due diligence checklist templates ensuring they acquire the needed information to integrate new partnerships into the system infrastructure portfolio.
    Create detailed integration checklists and project plan templates that serve as the baseline roadmap tool for all integrations.
    Partner with the executive team to identify the selected members of the integration team for each project/event and subsequently customize the plan.
    Partner with the Business Units to help them develop standard process flows, integration procedures, critical/confidential document protection and change management strategies.
    Lead the integration team as Project Manager so that all functional integration leaders understand their roles and responsibilities during the transition period.
    Develop a reporting strategy and chair ongoing meetings for company integration reviews and status reporting.
    Ensure project plan strategies properly address the company's key integration categories of People, Processes, Systems and Customers and that such plans are inclusive of:
    Targeted objectives/end states.
    Clear assignments, common formats for their outputs, disciplined timelines, coordinated meeting schedules, communication mechanisms and review processes.
    Integration hierarchy, decision-making protocols, and escalation routes so problems requiring senior-level input can be quickly addressed and resolved.
    Engagement of both sides so that the collective organization benefits from our combined knowledge and experience without getting mired down in politics and tradeoffs.
    Appropriate methodology for measuring progress and holding people accountable for meeting our targeted objectives.
    Consistent set of core messages both internally and externally.
    Strategies for minimizing potential cultural clashes and ensuring our combined culture is equipped to meet our collective marketplace demands.
    Documentation of any handoffs to leaders/managers at the end of the transition period.
    Communication of integration completion (avoid the concept of a race without the finish line).
    Capture lessons learned and recommendations for future corporate projects.

    New System Implementations/Upgrades
    Evaluate, install, configure and deploy new applications, systems software, products and/or enhancements to existing applications throughout the company.
    Collaborate with system owners in the testing of software programs and applications.
    Ensure any new system integrations into business systems meet functional requirements, system compliance and interface specifications.
    Liaise with software suppliers and internal stakeholders to address issues in program logic and the interoperability of new applications with existing systems software.
    System Optimization
    Maintain key partnerships with each member of the executive team and their key personnel to ensure the best or most effective use system capabilities.
    Serve as a Business Analyst for departments and units in the evaluating, planning and implementation of improvements in processes, reporting, practices and organizational effectiveness.
    Identify, plan and implement key projects to improve data access/transparency and quality, reduce costs, increase productivity, improve cycle time, etc. resulting in significant business improvement and customer satisfaction.
    Prepare monthly single page, visual, project and corporate integration scorecard reports to measure overall corporate integration status and integration status by corporate entity.
    REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS:
    Bachelor's degree in Business Information Systems, Engineering, Computer Science or related field.
    MBA, CPA, CFA or related degree/equivalent preferred.
    A minimum of 5 years related experience, specifically including business integrations and enhancement experience involving M&A and internal systems.
    Certifications in Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), Agile Scrum/Practitioner, CMM or Project Management Professional (PMP) preferred.
    Salesforce, Sage 300 CRE, Office 365, Business Objects, Power BI, and/or ADP Workforce Now system experience preferred.
    Proven ability to create and implement highly detailed project plans related to integrating businesses (infrastructure, systems, people); demonstrated ability to build trust and confidence amongst senior business leaders in the managing of such project plans.
    Excellent communication skills, both in written and verbal form are critical.
    Ability to work comfortably in a group/cross-functional setting, have excellent problem-solving skills, and have an ability to remain calm in the face of uncertainty, inspiring the same in collaborating personnel and prospective mergers and acquisitions.
    Confident but approachable and likable individual who portrays a similar image of the business, hence inspiring trust from our national workforce.
    High degree of accuracy and attention to detail, excellent critical thinking skills, strong financial acumen and ability to work in a fast-paced environment; ability to prioritize among competing duties/projects.
    Demonstrated skills in persuasion and consensus-building; excellent people skills, including interpersonal and conflict resolution skills.
    Willingness to serve as not only a leader but a resource when needed to meet deadlines and ensure success.
    Ability to perform project resource needs evaluations and staffing recommendations depending on required timelines and specific needs. Skilled at providing options for tuning project expectations and timing based on available resources.
    Proven ability to work in an acquisitive, fast-paced Company with the ability to consistently meet tight deadlines and manage complexity.
    High level of integrity and discretion in handling confidential/proprietary information.
    Ability to travel.

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    Project Manager, System Integrations  

    - Denver
    -


    POSITION OVERVIEW:

    The System Integrations Project Manager is responsible for creating and managing a disciplined strategy and execution model for all system integrations, consolidations, upgrades and advancements. Position ensures such system initiatives and advancements successfully capture the desired related outcomes in the areas of the People, Processes and Customers including ongoing optimization.

    ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    System Integrations Management
    Gain and maintain a deep understanding of the company, the industry and the competitive landscape.
    Develop due diligence checklist templates ensuring they acquire the needed information to integrate new partnerships into the system infrastructure portfolio.
    Create detailed integration checklists and project plan templates that serve as the baseline roadmap tool for all integrations.
    Partner with the executive team to identify the selected members of the integration team for each project/event and subsequently customize the plan.
    Partner with the Business Units to help them develop standard process flows, integration procedures, critical/confidential document protection and change management strategies.
    Lead the integration team as Project Manager so that all functional integration leaders understand their roles and responsibilities during the transition period.
    Develop a reporting strategy and chair ongoing meetings for company integration reviews and status reporting.
    Ensure project plan strategies properly address the company's key integration categories of People, Processes, Systems and Customers and that such plans are inclusive of:
    Targeted objectives/end states.
    Clear assignments, common formats for their outputs, disciplined timelines, coordinated meeting schedules, communication mechanisms and review processes.
    Integration hierarchy, decision-making protocols, and escalation routes so problems requiring senior-level input can be quickly addressed and resolved.
    Engagement of both sides so that the collective organization benefits from our combined knowledge and experience without getting mired down in politics and tradeoffs.
    Appropriate methodology for measuring progress and holding people accountable for meeting our targeted objectives.
    Consistent set of core messages both internally and externally.
    Strategies for minimizing potential cultural clashes and ensuring our combined culture is equipped to meet our collective marketplace demands.
    Documentation of any handoffs to leaders/managers at the end of the transition period.
    Communication of integration completion (avoid the concept of a race without the finish line).
    Capture lessons learned and recommendations for future corporate projects.

    New System Implementations/Upgrades
    Evaluate, install, configure and deploy new applications, systems software, products and/or enhancements to existing applications throughout the company.
    Collaborate with system owners in the testing of software programs and applications.
    Ensure any new system integrations into business systems meet functional requirements, system compliance and interface specifications.
    Liaise with software suppliers and internal stakeholders to address issues in program logic and the interoperability of new applications with existing systems software.
    System Optimization
    Maintain key partnerships with each member of the executive team and their key personnel to ensure the best or most effective use system capabilities.
    Serve as a Business Analyst for departments and units in the evaluating, planning and implementation of improvements in processes, reporting, practices and organizational effectiveness.
    Identify, plan and implement key projects to improve data access/transparency and quality, reduce costs, increase productivity, improve cycle time, etc. resulting in significant business improvement and customer satisfaction.
    Prepare monthly single page, visual, project and corporate integration scorecard reports to measure overall corporate integration status and integration status by corporate entity.
    REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS:
    Bachelor's degree in Business Information Systems, Engineering, Computer Science or related field.
    MBA, CPA, CFA or related degree/equivalent preferred.
    A minimum of 5 years related experience, specifically including business integrations and enhancement experience involving M&A and internal systems.
    Certifications in Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), Agile Scrum/Practitioner, CMM or Project Management Professional (PMP) preferred.
    Salesforce, Sage 300 CRE, Office 365, Business Objects, Power BI, and/or ADP Workforce Now system experience preferred.
    Proven ability to create and implement highly detailed project plans related to integrating businesses (infrastructure, systems, people); demonstrated ability to build trust and confidence amongst senior business leaders in the managing of such project plans.
    Excellent communication skills, both in written and verbal form are critical.
    Ability to work comfortably in a group/cross-functional setting, have excellent problem-solving skills, and have an ability to remain calm in the face of uncertainty, inspiring the same in collaborating personnel and prospective mergers and acquisitions.
    Confident but approachable and likable individual who portrays a similar image of the business, hence inspiring trust from our national workforce.
    High degree of accuracy and attention to detail, excellent critical thinking skills, strong financial acumen and ability to work in a fast-paced environment; ability to prioritize among competing duties/projects.
    Demonstrated skills in persuasion and consensus-building; excellent people skills, including interpersonal and conflict resolution skills.
    Willingness to serve as not only a leader but a resource when needed to meet deadlines and ensure success.
    Ability to perform project resource needs evaluations and staffing recommendations depending on required timelines and specific needs. Skilled at providing options for tuning project expectations and timing based on available resources.
    Proven ability to work in an acquisitive, fast-paced Company with the ability to consistently meet tight deadlines and manage complexity.
    High level of integrity and discretion in handling confidential/proprietary information.
    Ability to travel.

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    Lot Associate  

    - Denver
    -

    Job Description Lot Associates assist customers with the loading of their vehicles and also monitor and maintain the entrance of the store. Lot Associates also are responsible for maintaining a sufficient quantity of carts near the entrance of the store. This position interacts with Home Depot associates and customers. Because the Lot Associate is often the first and last associate to interact with customers as they enter or leave the store, customer service plays a vital role in this position. Direct customer interaction is frequently required for some positions and excellent customer service skills are required.
    Pay Rate: $18.50 Starting pay may vary based on factors including, but not limited to, position offered and location.

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    Elementary Special Education Teachers  

    - Denver
    -

    UNIVERSITY PREP
    Position: Special Education Teachers
    Our Mission: Building a foundation of skills, knowledge and character, University Prep educates every K-5 scholar for a four-year college degree and life of opportunity.
    Why you'll love us:
    "We have been a part of the University Prep family from the beginning. Over the past school years, I've been so proud to see my child grow, learn, and get the support that I feel every child should receive." - U Prep Parent
    At U Prep, three major focus areas drive our work each day, ensuring we stay true to the promises we make to every one of our families - a genuine life of opportunity for their child.
    Vision - You can only dream as far as you can see - we ensure all of our students see what's truly possible. Read more.
    Academics - Academic excellence for every child sits at the center of our work. Read more.
    Character - A focus on growing good students and good people is at the heart of our mission. Read more.
    Why we'll love you:
    Do the following must haves resonate with how you are wired?
    You're mission and values-driven. You are committed to educational equity for all children and are deeply aligned with the core values that drive our team and our organization at University Prep.
    You love working with people: You love to proactively communicate with new people, in fact it gives you energy.
    You carry deep humility while remaining results-oriented: You are open to new ideas and approaches while always keeping the end goal in sight.
    You never give up: You take on challenges and find a way to get to the finish line.
    Achieving big dreams takes hard work and a team effort. If you're reading this far and feel yourself nodding enthusiastically, read on!
    What you'll do:
    Embody mission and vision of University Prep along with the organization's core values.
    Intellectually prepare for and implement a cohesive, rigorous, and standards-aligned curriculum.
    Engage in deliberate practice with leaders and colleagues to ensure full preparation before delivering instruction in front of children.
    Leverage daily, weekly, interim and end of year assessments to consistently capture student learning/understanding.
    Assessments are a combination of curriculum-based tests and external tests used to ensure a clear/full picture of scholar mastery against grade level expectations.
    Analyze student work and their academic data in collaboration with campus-based Academic Leadership, and colleagues to action plan and determine the effectiveness of all targeted interventions and supports for students with IEPs and students with additional needs.
    Actively engage with families, children and community members to understand their backgrounds and experiences in order to support an equitable and inclusive school environment.
    Communicate regularly and proactively with scholars and families.
    Collaborate with classroom teachers to draft scholar report cards to ensure meaningful information for families and revise as needed.
    Draft and revise IEPs as necessary to ensure that needs of scholars with IEPs are being met.
    Maintain detailed, meticulous scholar IEP and 504 records according to state and federal guidelines.
    Collaborate with other staff members and actively participate in all professional development and learning opportunities including, but not limited to, a four-week summer institute and weekly professional development.
    Engage in professional development.
    Teach, support and enhance school-wide systems and expectations at all times with all children.
    Continuously use feedback from leaders, colleagues and families to make productive changes in instructional practices and overall performance.
    Complete all administrative requirements before given deadlines.
    Participate in additional activities including field trips, intensive academic support sessions, and other required programs as needed throughout year to best serve our children and community.
    Compensation & Benefits:
    Our package includes, but is not limited to the following:
    Annual salary range of $50,000-$65,000. Depending on experience and demonstrated ability to drive outcomes for scholars.
    U Prep pays 100% of the employee's personal medical benefit and provides options to elect dental, vision, critical illness and accident benefits.
    U Prep contributes up to $600 to a personal wellness account for each employee.
    Potential access to signing bonuses and moving stipends
    Entrance into our Teacher Career Pathways and Opportunities
    Includes additional compensation (Up to 10K) and opportunities for instructional coaching, grade-level leadership, and personalized PD based on areas of interest/focus.
    Three weeks of summer professional development (PD) for new employees
    Robust PD over the course of the school year (including our Summer Institute)
    140+ hours of PD for new instructional staff
    Weekly personalized coaching and supports:
    Time to connect (our leaders go beyond helping develop your technical skills and ensure we know what's going on with you)
    Classroom observations including real-time coaching
    Observation feedback sessions
    Co-Intellectual Prep meetings (working with you to prepare for excellent instruction)
    Data meetings to analyze and action plan
    Weekly time for grade level teams to collaborate and engage with each other with a focus on helping all of our scholars succeed
    Position Requirements:
    Full commitment to, belief in, and alignment with mission and vision of school.
    Minimum of a Bachelor's degree.
    Highly qualified as defined by ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act). SPED Teachers must hold an active and valid CO SPED teaching license by July 2022.
    Minimum of one year working in urban education with a history of significant gains in student performance and/or growth.
    Excellent verbal and written skills.
    Experience in writing excellent Individualized Educational Plans (IEPs) and communicating the contents in an accessible way to multiple audiences.
    Experience compiling and managing special education reporting data.
    Experience or familiarity analyzing data and using data to inform decisions and/or instruction.
    Strong organizational skills.
    Ability to work full-time, including some evenings and weekends.
    Ability to work in person/in the school building. This is not a remote/telecommuting role.
    Openness to feedback, desire to continue development as professional, and willingness to take responsibility for student outcomes and achievement.
    Bilingual strongly preferred (English/Spanish).
    For Additional Information: Visit:
    As an equal opportunity employer, University Prep hires without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or disability.

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    Elementary Teaching Assistants  

    - Denver
    -

    UNIVERSITY PREP
    Position: Teaching Fellows (Teachers in Training)
    Our Mission: Building a foundation of skills, knowledge and character, University Prep educates every K-5 scholar for a four-year college degree and life of opportunity.
    Why you'll love us:
    "We have been a part of the University Prep family from the beginning. Over the past school years, I've been so proud to see my child grow, learn, and get the support that I feel every child should receive." - U Prep Parent
    At U Prep, three major focus areas drive our work each day, ensuring we stay true to the promises we make to every one of our families - a genuine life of opportunity for their child.
    Vision - You can only dream as far as you can see - we ensure all of our students see what's truly possible. Read more.
    Academics - Academic excellence for every child sits at the center of our work. Read more.
    Character - A focus on growing good students and good people is at the heart of our mission. Read more.
    Why we'll love you:
    Do the following must haves resonate with how you are wired?
    You're mission and values-driven. You are committed to educational equity for all children and are deeply aligned with the core values that drive our team and our organization at University Prep.
    You love working with people: You love to proactively communicate with new people, in fact it gives you energy.
    You carry deep humility while remaining results-oriented: You are open to new ideas and approaches while always keeping the end goal in sight.
    You never give up: You take on challenges and find a way to get to the finish line.
    Achieving big dreams takes hard work and a team effort. If you're reading this far and feel yourself nodding enthusiastically, read on!
    What you'll do:
    Embody mission and vision of our organization
    Live by the five core values that guide our work together (Educate our Scholars, Serve our Families, Serve the Team, Walk the Walk and My Child)
    Prepare to deliver high quality instruction in small group and whole group settings aligned to curricular expectations.
    All Teaching Fellows, like Teachers, engage in a rigorous intellectual preparation process in which they deeply internalize lessons and practice critical portions in advance of delivery with scholars.
    Deliver engaging, motivating, and rigorous instruction in whole-class, small group and individual settings using cohesive, standards-aligned curriculum (Teaching Fellows build to this responsibility throughout the year, carrying a larger teaching load as the year progresses and their skills develop).
    Provide academic and behavioral interventions to small groups and/or individual scholars.
    Analyze student achievement data and action plan in collaboration with instructional staff and leadership.
    Monitor student progress in relation to action plans to ensure positive and meaningful impact
    Build and enhance a classroom and school-wide culture of high expectations in which all children are positioned to engage with challenging, grade-level content
    Teach & enforce school-wide systems and procedures designed to maximize learning for all children
    Consistently use school-wide behavior management systems that ensure logical consequences and restorative practices that are predictable and supportive of scholar development
    Support scholars in meeting and exceeding expectations set forth in our PREP values as they build their strength of character (PREP - Pride, Responsibility, Enthusiasm, Perseverance)
    Communicate regularly and proactively with scholars and families
    Plan for and lead parent/teacher conferences that strengthen the school/home relationship
    Engage in the creation of quarterly scholar report cards that include academic performance and character development
    Actively participate in professional development sessions (internally and externally), engaging fully to maximize learning of new skills and knowledge.
    Continuously use feedback with direct coach, colleagues, and campus leaders to make productive changes in instructional practices and overall performance.
    Complete all administrative requirements before given deadlines.
    Participate in additional activities including field trips, intensive academic support sessions, and other required programs as needed throughout year.
    U Prep Fellowship Perks:
    U Prep Teaching Fellows receive their Colorado teaching license and a Master of Arts in Teaching through our partnership with the RELAY Graduate School of Education
    U Prep in conjunction with AmeriCorps grant funds covers the full cost of RELAY Tuition
    Participation in hands-on, in the classroom training with scholars leading small group and whole group instruction. Through direct coaching, supports and mentorship, Fellows build their skills over time as they prepare to be highly effective teachers within University Prep.
    Assumes the Teaching Fellow meets all RELAY program requirements and passes the PRAXIS 5001.
    U Prep will cover our portion of RELAY program costs in full on behalf of the Teaching Fellow as long as the Teaching Fellow remains actively employed at U Prep in good standing. Teaching Fellows commit to two years of teaching at U Prep after the completion of the Fellowship year. If the Teaching Fellow is no longer employed by U Prep during their Fellowship Year the individual will become financially responsible for program costs.
    Compensation & Benefits:
    Our compensation and benefits for Teaching Fellows include, but are not limited to the following:
    Annual salary range of $33,000-35,000
    Once Teaching Fellows complete the Fellowship year and transition into a teaching role at U Prep (their 2nd year with us) they gain access to highly competitive salaries, starting at a minimum of $ 50,000.
    Participation in the Colorado PERA retirement program, including PERA 401K option.
    100% of medical benefit covered for all employees, and options to elect dental, vision, critical illness and accident benefits.
    Up to $600 in contributions to a personal wellness account.
    Three weeks of summer professional development (PD) for new employees.
    Robust PD over the course of the school year (including our Summer Institute)
    140+ hours of PD for new instructional staff
    Weekly personalized coaching and supports:
    Time to connect (our leaders go beyond helping develop your technical skills and ensure we know what's going on with you)
    Classroom observations including real-time coaching
    Observation feedback sessions
    Co-Intellectual Prep meetings (working with you to prepare for instruction)
    Data meetings to analyze and action plan
    Weekly time for grade level teams to collaborate and engage with each other with a focus on helping all of our scholars succeed.
    Potential access to signing bonuses and moving stipends.
    Position Requirements:
    Full commitment to, belief in, and alignment with mission and vision of University Prep.
    Full commitment to organization's core values and core identity
    Unyielding optimism that children can perform at or above grade level regardless of where they may be starting their educational journey.
    Minimum of a Bachelor's degree.
    Be able to take and pass the PRAXIS 5001 (passing scores required by August 2022).
    Openness to feedback and a strong desire for continual growth and development as a professional.
    Demonstrated commitment to working in urban education and/or with a diverse student population.
    Ability to analyze data and use data to inform decisions and/or instruction.
    Excellent verbal and written skills.
    Strong organizational skills.
    Ability to work full-time, including some evenings and weekends.
    Ability to work in person/in the school building. This is not remote/telecommuting role.
    Bilingual strongly preferred (English/Spanish).
    For Additional Information: Visit:
    As an equal opportunity employer, University Prep hires without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or disability.

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    Elementary Teachers  

    - Denver
    -

    UNIVERSITY PREP
    Position: Elementary Teachers
    Our Mission: Building a foundation of skills, knowledge and character, University Prep educates every K-5 scholar for a four-year college degree and life of opportunity.
    Why you'll love us:
    "We have been a part of the University Prep family from the beginning. Over the past school years, I've been so proud to see my child grow, learn, and get the support that I feel every child should receive." - U Prep Parent
    At U Prep, three major focus areas drive our work each day, ensuring we stay true to the promises we make to every one of our families - a genuine life of opportunity for their child.
    Vision - You can only dream as far as you can see - we ensure all of our students see what's truly possible. Read more.
    Academics - Academic excellence for every child sits at the center of our work. Read more.
    Character - A focus on growing good students and good people is at the heart of our mission. Read more.
    Why we'll love you:
    Do the following must haves resonate with how you are wired?
    You're mission and values-driven. You are committed to educational equity for all children and are deeply aligned with the core values that drive our team and our organization at University Prep.
    You love working with people: You love to proactively communicate with new people, in fact it gives you energy.
    You carry deep humility while remaining results-oriented: You are open to new ideas and approaches while always keeping the end goal in sight.
    You never give up: You take on challenges and find a way to get to the finish line.
    Achieving big dreams takes hard work and a team effort. If you're reading this far and feel yourself nodding enthusiastically, read on!
    What you'll do:
    Embody mission and vision of University Prep along with the organization's core values.
    Intellectually prepare for and implement a cohesive, rigorous, and standards-aligned curriculum.
    Engage in deliberate practice with leaders and colleagues to ensure full preparation before delivering instruction in front of children.
    Leverage daily, weekly, interim and end of year assessments to consistently capture student learning/understanding.
    Assessments are a combination of curriculum-based tests and external tests used to ensure a clear/full picture of scholar mastery against grade level expectations.
    Analyze student work and academic data, and action plan accordingly in collaboration with team members and leaders.
    Monitor progress against action plan expectations to ensure scholars are making necessary gains
    Provide engaging, motivating, and rigorous instruction in whole-class, small group and individual settings.
    Plan for and deliver academic supports to small groups or individual scholars as needed/scheduled.
    Actively engage with families, children and community members to understand their backgrounds and experiences in order to support an equitable and inclusive school environment.
    Communicate regularly and proactively with colleagues, scholars and families.
    Play a direct role in developing and strengthening a warm, consistent, and focused school culture in which learning time is maximized and all students are fully engaged.
    Teach, support and enhance school-wide systems and expectations at all times with all children.
    Draft scholar report cards and intentionally plan for family meetings to ensure meaningful information is shared and the school/home relationship is further enhanced.
    Actively participate in all professional development and learning opportunities, demonstrating a desire toward continual improvement and learning.
    Continuously use feedback from leaders, colleagues and families to make productive changes in instructional practices and overall performance.
    Complete all administrative requirements before given deadlines.
    Participate in additional activities including field trips, intensive academic support sessions, and other required programs as needed throughout year to best serve our children and community.
    Compensation & Benefits:
    Our package includes, but is not limited to the following:
    Annual salary range of $50,000-$65,000. Depending on experience and demonstrated ability to drive outcomes for scholars.
    U Prep pays 100% of the employee's personal medical benefit and provides options to elect dental, vision, critical illness and accident benefits.
    U Prep contributes up to $600 to a personal wellness account for each employee.
    Potential access to signing bonuses and moving stipends
    Entrance into our Teacher Career Pathways and Opportunities
    Includes additional compensation (Up to 10K) and opportunities for instructional coaching, grade-level leadership, and personalized PD based on areas of interest/focus.
    Three weeks of summer professional development (PD) for new employees
    Robust PD over the course of the school year (including our Summer Institute)
    140+ hours of PD for new instructional staff
    Weekly personalized coaching and supports:
    Time to connect (our leaders go beyond helping develop your technical skills and ensure we know what's going on with you)
    Classroom observations including real-time coaching
    Observation feedback sessions
    Co-Intellectual Prep meetings (working with you to prepare for excellent instruction)
    Data meetings to analyze and action plan
    Weekly time for grade level teams to collaborate and engage with each other with a focus on helping all of our scholars succeed.
    Position Requirements:
    Full commitment to, belief in, and alignment with mission and vision of University Prep.
    Full commitment to organization's core values and core identity.
    Unyielding optimism that children can perform at or above grade level regardless of where they may be starting their educational journey.
    Minimum of a Bachelor's degree.
    Highly qualified as defined by ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act).
    This includes passing PRAXIS 5001 scores by July 1, 2022.
    Minimum of one year working in urban education and/or with a diverse student population.
    For those with teaching experience: history of leading significant gains in student performance
    Excellent verbal and written skills.
    Experience or familiarity analyzing data and using data to inform decisions and/or instruction.
    Strong organizational skills as evidenced by exceptional time and task management
    Ability to work full-time, including some evenings and weekends along with a "whatever it takes" disposition.
    Ability to work in person/in the school building. This is not remote/telecommuting role.
    Openness to feedback and a strong desire for continual growth and development as a professional.
    Willingness to take responsibility for scholar outcomes and achievement without excuse.
    Demonstrated track record of operating with a growth mindset and deep humility in all previous roles.
    Bilingual strongly preferred (English/Spanish).
    For Additional Information: Visit:
    As an equal opportunity employer, University Prep hires without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or disability.

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    Veterinarian  

    - Denver

    Lakewood Veterinary Hospital is located just right outside of Denver in Lakewood, Colorado. We are an AAHA accredited hospital providing veterinary care to dogs and cats. Lakewood Veterinary Hospital is a full-service animal hospital and welcomes both emergency treatment cases as well as pet patients in need of routine medical, surgical, and dental care. Here at Lakewood Veterinary Hospital, our team of dedicated professionals strive to provide compassionate care and high quality service to our patients and their human families in a clean and caring environment. If you are a passionate and caring team player please apply today!
    OFFERING A COMPETITIVE SIGN ON BONUS!
    The Veterinarian is responsible for providing high quality care to our patients while also developing rapport with their owners. In addition to physical examinations, surgeries, and dentistry, client communication and client education are of the upmost importance. It's important that SVP Veterinarians treat each pet and client like part of the family.
    Description
    Develop a rapport with clients and determine their needs and wishes; perform physical examinations and diagnostic/medical/surgical/dental procedures in a way that will deliver the highest quality care while minimizing patient stress and discomfort.
    Explain physical examination findings and communicate to the client a diagnosis of the pet's problems; generate and present a treatment plan for the pet to the client; educate clients on preventative health care, including vaccines and appropriate nutritional products.
    Maintain client/patient medical/surgical records and make certain all necessary logs are kept up-to-date through established protocols; assist colleagues in follow-up and future management of the patient.
    Stay up-to-date with new medical information and changes in veterinary medicine, attend Continuing Education meetings.
    Assist in the development of the paraprofessional team to ensure the delivery of the highest quality care and exceptional client service.
    Positively represent the hospital in the professional community and to the general public.
    Treat every client like family and each patient like your own pet.
    Requirements
    Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree from an accredited university
    Licensure in good standing to practice in the state of in which applicant is applying
    Professional comportment and appearance, with excellent interpersonal skills and a positive, friendly attitude
    The ability to make decisions and communicate clearly and effectively with fellow team members
    Respect for and willingness to work with clients and their pets
    Compassionate team player who can uphold great reputation with clients
    A commitment to practicing the highest standard of medicine, upholding the veterinary code of ethics
    Proficiency in surgery a plus
    Salary range of $85,000-$120,000/year with an average production percentage of 20-22%, depending on experience
    We support our team members with A LOT of programs designed for personal and professional growth including:
    Industry-Leading PTO Program
    At SVP, we like to call it TRUE PTO because here, you can actually take personal time off without worrying about making up lost production when you get back. Production-wise it's like you never left. Relaxation-wise, it's a game-changer.
    High Producers Bonus
    CHA-CHING. At SVP, eligible DVMs earn a production bonus of 30% of all revenue generated above $750K a year. Here, you can earn a greater share of the success you help create. Like we said Cha-Ching.
    Maternity Leave
    FULL PAY for four weeks. Because mamas deserve it. Plus short-term disability at 60% of your salary (six weeks for natural birth, eight weeks for C-section), and all still in addition to your PTO. (P.S. We definitely want baby pics when you're ready to share!)
    SVP Leadership Academy
    At SVP, we never stop investing in our people. And we're turning our great veterinarians into great leaders, as well. This executive education experience is designed to develop your business leadership acumen to drive success around your hospital's culture, team development, and operations. Instruction is led by a Vanderbilt University faculty member and includes a variety of guest experts and speakers.
    And the list continues
    Doctor Mentorship Program: New DVMs are paired with experienced mentor DVMs for a year-long customized learning experience like no other.
    Peer Network: Enjoy 5,000+ phone-a-friend opportunities to veterinary professionals across the country who share the goal of a collaborative working environment.
    Dental Academy: Small-group boot camps and clinical rotations are led by respected industry experts to develop your specialty skills.
    DVM Teammate Referral Program: Get rewarded for making connections that turn into amazing hires.
    Flexible Compensation Structure: Get paid in a way that works for you.
    401(k): We're serious about investing in our people. Our teammates receive a hefty 100% match on the first 3% they put in, plus a 50% match on the next 2%.
    Continuing Education Allowance: Our teammates receive 24 hours PTO allowance hours each year exclusively for CE, with no production make-up needed.
    Lead DVM positions available for those ready for the next step.
    Regional and Area Medical Director growth tracks.
    New Hospital Equity Incentives: Join as a founding DVM and get substantial financial benefits.
    Our team members also enjoy an extensive, comprehensive benefits package. When you're on our team, we've got you covered.
    YOUR HEALTH- COVERED.
    Health Insurance
    Dental Insurance
    Vision Insurance
    Critical Illness Insurance
    Mental Health Counseling
    Hospital Indemnity Insurance
    Life & Accident Insurance
    Long & Short-term Disability Insurance
    Teledoc- FREE doctor access 24/7
    YOUR FAMILY- COVERED.
    Programs offered to support you in matters such as
    DVM Maternity Leave
    Caring for Elderly Family
    Returning to Work After a Baby
    Divorce
    Moving to a New Community
    Grieving for a Lost Loved One
    Military Family Matters
    Job Relocation
    Buying or Selling a Home
    YOUR FINANCES- COVERED.
    Financial protection programs you can bank on
    Competitive sign-on bonus offered
    Industry-Leading PTO Program
    Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
    Budgeting and Financial Guidance
    Professional Liability Coverage
    $5000 Relocation Allowance
    Discounted Veterinary Care
    Retirement Planning
    Will and Testament Planning
    Tax Issues
    Identify Theft Recovery
    Legal Counseling
    Teammate Assistance Program
    So, what's the culture like at SVP?
    In a word Amazing. (There's a reason why we have the highest DVM retention rate in the country. Maybe it's the culture. Maybe it's the stacked benefits package. Maybe it's both.)
    Our brand in a nutshell: You + SVP Amazing Together
    Amazing Together encompasses SVP's living standard of excellence as a team and the positive impact we deliver for our partners, teammates, clients, pets and communities. Our commitment to this standard is evident in the care we provide to our hospitals and the care they provide for pets. Our continued growth is a direct result of this dedication. This statement is the culmination of our WAG values and is, critically, a statement that aligns with the ambitious vision and unique culture at the heart of SVP. And we invite YOU to be a part of it all.
    We live out our WAG Values on a daily basis.
    Work Together: At SVP, collaboration and respect are the foundation of our culture and of our collective success. By working together, we uncover solutions and opportunities that help elevate the team as a whole. And with our unparalleled peer network and depth of resources (think: in-house specialty referrals, a dedicated marketing squad, operations assets, and more), you always have the support that you need to do your best work (and have fun while you're at it).
    Amaze: Our mission is to amaze our clients with exceptional veterinary care and personalized client experiences, as well as to amaze our teammates with the drive to go the extra mile. We find ways to say, "yes". And we treat others as we would like to be treated.
    Grow: We always ask, "How can we do it/make it/be better?" We're proactive in our quests for knowledge, new ways to engage our clients, and pathways for leadership and development among all of our teammates. With SVP, it's not just a job. It's a career.
    Southern Veterinary Partners is a veterinarian owned and managed network of animal hospitals with the common mission of providing best-in-class veterinary care with exceptional client experiences.
    SVP pursues partnerships with like-minded veterinarians to build this growing network of compassionate, service-oriented animal hospitals. We're based in Birmingham, AL, but the heartbeat of our organization is in our 300+ local animal hospitals across the country.
    SVP provides integrated support, from HR, finance, and inventory management to marketing, recruiting . click apply for full job details

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    Lead Veterinarian  

    - Denver

    Rising Sun Animal Care is located in Denver, Colorado and has been serving the community since 2010. We are a full-service animal hospital in the phenomenal Lowry Neighborhood. We are currently a four-doctor practice, with a collaborative doctor team and excellent support staff.
    In October 2022, our new addition opens, doubling our exam room capacity and treatment area square footage. We now have six exam rooms, a comfort room, and an updated surgery suite. Additionally, we have two ultrasound machines and a therapeutic laser. Two of our DVMs are certified in acupuncture and we are proud to offer a wide variety of treatments to our clients. We practice gold star medicine and have the best clients!
    We treat all pets we see as if they were our own, and we are committed to providing a consistent, ethical, and methodical approach to our practice. We are closed on the weekends, with no on-call or overnights.
    If you are a passionate and caring team player, please apply today!
    The Veterinarian is responsible for providing high quality care to our patients while also developing rapport with their owners. In addition to physical examinations, surgeries, and dentistry, client communication and client education are of the upmost importance. It's important that SVP Veterinarians treat each pet and client like part of the family.
    Competitive sign-on bonus offered!
    Description
    Responsible for the ongoing evaluation and management of clinical practices as well as the delivery of patient care.
    Responsible for monitoring associate doctor performance and production.
    In conjunction with hospital manager, helps drive financial performance of the hospital including revenue generation and expense management.
    Explain physical examination findings and communicate to the client a diagnosis of the pet's problems; generate and present a treatment plan for the pet to the client; educate clients on preventative health care, including vaccines and appropriate nutritional products.
    Maintain client/patient medical/surgical records and make certain all necessary logs are kept up -to- date through established protocols; assist colleagues in follow- up and future management of the patient.
    Stay up- to -date with new medical information and changes in veterinary medicine, attend Continuing Education meetings.
    Assist in the development of the paraprofessional team to ensure the delivery of the highest quality care and exceptional client service.
    Positively represent the hospital in the professional community and to the general public.
    Treat every client like family and each patient like your own pet.
    Requirements
    Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree from an accredited university
    Licensure in good standing to practice in which the applicant is applying
    3+ years of leadership/management experience, preferred
    3+ years of experience as a veterinarian, required
    Professional comportment and appearance, with excellent interpersonal skills and a positive, friendly attitude
    Have the ability to lead the team through a variety of cases
    Respect for and willingness to work with clients and their pets
    Compassionate team player who can uphold great reputation with clients
    A commitment to practicing the highest standard of medicine, upholding the veterinary code of ethics
    Must be proficient in surgery
    Salary range: $100,000-$140,000, plus production options; based on experience
    We support our team members with A LOT of programs designed for personal and professional growth including:
    Industry-Leading PTO Program
    At SVP, we like to call it TRUE PTO because here, you can actually take personal time off without worrying about making up lost production when you get back. Production-wise it's like you never left. Relaxation-wise, it's a game-changer.
    High Producers Bonus
    CHA-CHING. At SVP, eligible DVMs earn a production bonus of 30% of all revenue generated above $750K a year. Here, you can earn a greater share of the success you help create. Like we said Cha-Ching.
    Maternity Leave
    FULL PAY for four weeks. Because mamas deserve it. Plus short-term disability at 60% of your salary (six weeks for natural birth, eight weeks for C-section), and all still in addition to your PTO. (P.S. We definitely want baby pics when you're ready to share!)
    SVP Leadership Academy
    At SVP, we never stop investing in our people. And we're turning our great veterinarians into great leaders, as well. This executive education experience is designed to develop your business leadership acumen to drive success around your hospital's culture, team development, and operations. Instruction is led by a Vanderbilt University faculty member and includes a variety of guest experts and speakers.
    And the list continues
    Doctor Mentorship Program: New DVMs are paired with experienced mentor DVMs for a year-long customized learning experience like no other.
    Peer Network: Enjoy 5,000+ phone-a-friend opportunities to veterinary professionals across the country who share the goal of a collaborative working environment.
    Dental Academy: Small-group boot camps and clinical rotations are led by respected industry experts to develop your specialty skills.
    DVM Teammate Referral Program: Get rewarded for making connections that turn into amazing hires.
    Flexible Compensation Structure: Get paid in a way that works for you.
    401(k): We're serious about investing in our people. Our teammates receive a hefty 100% match on the first 3% they put in, plus a 50% match on the next 2%.
    Continuing Education Allowance: Our teammates receive 24 hours PTO allowance hours each year exclusively for CE, with no production make-up needed.
    Lead DVM positions available for those ready for the next step.
    Regional and Area Medical Director growth tracks.
    New Hospital Equity Incentives: Join as a founding DVM and get substantial financial benefits.
    Our team members also enjoy an extensive, comprehensive benefits package. When you're on our team, we've got you covered.
    YOUR HEALTH- COVERED.
    Health Insurance
    Dental Insurance
    Vision Insurance
    Critical Illness Insurance
    Mental Health Counseling
    Hospital Indemnity Insurance
    Life & Accident Insurance
    Long & Short-term Disability Insurance
    Teledoc- FREE doctor access 24/7
    YOUR FAMILY- COVERED.
    Programs offered to support you in matters such as
    DVM Maternity Leave
    Caring for Elderly Family
    Returning to Work After a Baby
    Divorce
    Moving to a New Community
    Grieving for a Lost Loved One
    Military Family Matters
    Job Relocation
    Buying or Selling a Home
    YOUR FINANCES- COVERED.
    Financial protection programs you can bank on
    Competitive sign-on bonus offered
    Industry-Leading PTO Program
    Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
    Budgeting and Financial Guidance
    Professional Liability Coverage
    $5000 Relocation Allowance
    Discounted Veterinary Care
    Retirement Planning
    Will and Testament Planning
    Tax Issues
    Identify Theft Recovery
    Legal Counseling
    Teammate Assistance Program
    So, what's the culture like at SVP?
    In a word Amazing. (There's a reason why we have the highest DVM retention rate in the country. Maybe it's the culture. Maybe it's the stacked benefits package. Maybe it's both.)
    Our brand in a nutshell: You + SVP Amazing Together
    Amazing Together encompasses SVP's living standard of excellence as a team and the positive impact we deliver for our partners, teammates, clients, pets and communities. Our commitment to this standard is evident in the care we provide to our hospitals and the care they provide for pets. Our continued growth is a direct result of this dedication. This statement is the culmination of our WAG values and is, critically, a statement that aligns with the ambitious vision and unique culture at the heart of SVP. And we invite YOU to be a part of it all.
    We live out our WAG Values on a daily basis.
    Work Together: At SVP, collaboration and respect are the foundation of our culture and of our collective success. By working together, we uncover solutions and opportunities that help elevate the team as a whole. And with our unparalleled peer network and depth of resources (think: in-house specialty referrals, a dedicated marketing squad, operations assets, and more), you always have the support that you need to do your best work (and have fun while you're at it).
    Amaze: Our mission is to amaze our clients with exceptional veterinary care and personalized client experiences, as well as to amaze our teammates with the drive to go the extra mile. We find ways to say, "yes". And we treat others as we would like to be treated.
    Grow: We always ask, "How can we do it/make it/be better?" We're proactive in our quests for knowledge, new ways to engage our clients, and pathways for leadership and development among all of our teammates. With SVP, it's not just a job. It's a career.
    . click apply for full job details

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    Eye Specialists for Animals (ESFA) of Denver and Colorado Springs is looking to add a full-time board-certified or board eligible Ophthalmologist to our team for our Denver practice location.



    ESfA is an ophthalmology only specialty practice that has offered specialty eye care services to Denver, Colorado Springs, and surrounding areas for close to 30 years. We are a very well-established practice in Colorado, so any candidate would be stepping into a large and busy medical and surgical caseload from a great referring veterinary community.



    To learn more about our practice, please visit .



    The candidate would be an addition to our current three board certified veterinary ophthalmologists on staff between the two office locations. The position includes a 4-day work week (no weekends, evenings, or holidays) and would be supported by an efficient and well-trained technical staff. Salary is highly competitive, and we plan to relocate to a brand-new and larger Denver practice location within the next 1 to 1.5 years.



    If you are interested in the position and want to learn more about our practice, you can contact one of our three boarded ophthalmologists: Dr. Steven Dugan ( ), Dr. Sara Smith ( ), or Dr. Lori Best Hall ( ). We will be happy to answer any questions!



    Competitive sign-on bonus offered!



    ESfA is part of the Southern Veterinary Partners network. Southern Veterinary Partners (SVP) is a veterinarian owned and operated network of over 315 animal hospitals. Our veterinarian founders started the company seven years ago with the goal of providing high-quality care and exceptional client experiences. We pride ourselves on maintaining the original culture of the hospitals that join our team while SVP provides operational support. This gives our veterinarians the best of both worlds: partnership, benefits, networking, and support while maintaining a family culture.



    Requirements:
    Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree from an accredited university
    Board certification in Ophthalmology or residency trained
    Licensure must be in good standing to practice in the state of Colorado
    Maintain cooperative relationships with primary care veterinarians, associated hospital departments, SVP teammates and others contacted in the course of work
    Maintain composure, direction and professional demeanor at all times
    The ability to make decisions and communicate clearly and effectively with fellow team members
    Respect for and willingness to work with clients and their pets
    Compassionate team player who can uphold great reputation with clients
    A commitment to practicing the highest standard of medicine, upholding the veterinary code of ethics
    Salary range: $100,000-$140,000, plus production options; based on experience

    SVP offers a comprehensive benefits package including health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, disability insurance, life insurance, accident insurance, mental health counseling, and critical care insurance. We cover moving expenses ($5,000 relocation allowance), professional dues, continuing education, vacation days, sick days, paid maternity leave, pet discounts, relocation package, and a 401K with a 4% match.


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