TFT is taking action all over the world to transform supply chains, creating change from boardrooms to forests and factories.

We’re constantly growing and we’re often looking for new people to join our team.

Our current vacancies are listed below. We’re always interested in hearing from people who have passion, skills and talent. If you’d like to join us but are not applying for an existing vacancy, you can submit a spontaneous or intern application via the link at the bottom of the page.

Current Vacancies

Senior Project Officer-Digital Solutions / Malaysia

Senior Project Officer-Digital Solutions / Malaysia Kuala Lumpur/Malaysia

Deadline: 11/17/2017

The Forest Trust

 TFT (The Forest Trust) is an international fast growing and dynamic non-profit organization which helps companies transform their supply chains across the world for the benefit of people and nature.

 TFT is seeking a motivated

 SENIOR PROJECT OFFICER

(DIGITAL SOLUTIONS)

based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 with good understanding of IT applications, is fascinated by data and passionate in creating innovative digital solutions to drive transformation across connected supply chains, from businesses to smallholder farmers.

About The Forest Trust (TFT)

 TFT currently has offices in 16 countries including Indonesia, Malaysia, Ecuador, India, and several locations within West Africa, Europe and the Americas. We employ more than 260 people worldwide and work with big and small companies, communities and producers of raw materials to create compelling cases of transformation. With an innovative and entrepreneurial spirit, we work on the ground with people to create inspiring transformation stories. We focus on creating value, engage without judging and carry hope and a positive vision of the future.

 What Makes Us Unique

Beyond providing advice on policy set up based on our strong technical expertise, we see the world through interactions and relationships. Operating between two worlds (NGO-Companies/Buyer-Supplier), we encourage our partners to look inside, and are not only their environmental conscience. In addition to traceability and assessments, we create and innovate solutions to the challenges companies and communities face.

What We Offer

  •  A unique work experience in a fast-growing and dynamic non-profit directly impacting the conservation of the environment and improvements in human rights and social equity through supply chains.
  • A dynamic environment with the chance to work in a multicultural team.
  • The opportunity to lead complex projects, build customer relationships and develop new business, with exposure to different tasks.

 Responsibilities and Scope

  •  To be involved in whole SDLC which include design, develop, implement and maintain of new and/or existing application systems (BI report dashboards, online websites, assessment systems)
  • Maintain, verify and analyze large volume of data to identify trends or patterns
  • Support the implementation of TFT’s digital projects, including managing timelines and deliverables, communicating project statuses, monitoring budgets etc.
  • Engage internal and external stakeholders to get a well-rounded understanding of industry needs and opportunities via field works/ visits
  • Maintain a good understanding of emerging technologies and provide recommendations to show the potential of technology in transforming connected supply chains

 Requirements – Candidate Profile Minimum Qualifications

  •  Master’s / Bachelor degree or other equivalent higher level training in computer science, information technology or other related field
  • Advanced writing and communication skills in English and Bahasa Malaysia
  • Minimum four years working experience in IT project management
  • Familiar with PHP, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, ASP.Net, C#.Net
  • Knowledge of database tools such as MS SQL, MySQL, Postgres SQL, etc
  • Familiar with Business Intelligence tools such as PowerBI, Tableau etc (preferably)
  • Entrepreneurial, out-of-the-box thinker with strong capability to solve problems
  • Good understanding and keen interest in environmental and social issues related to palm oil industry

Language skills:

  • English proficiency
  • Bahasa Malaysia fluency

 Personal characteristics:

  • Passion for working on issues related to sustainability, resilience, and supply chains;
  • Hands-on, practical, innovative.
  • Flexibility, takes initiative/proactive and positive attitude.
  • Ability to work within a multidisciplinary and multicultural team;
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and work autonomously;
  • Committed to TFT values:
    • Focus on action and on-the-ground results;
    • Entrepreneurial spirit;
    • Client-focused;
    • Open collaboration and communication;
    • Humble;
    • Respect for each other.

Working conditions / Physical effort:

  • Based in Kuala Lumpur
  • Some trips around Malaysia & Overseas (if required)

Other information:

  • 1-year contract
  • Immediate start

To Apply

 Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume via email to malaysia.recruitment@tft-earth.org. The position will be open until filled. Only selected candidates will be contacted.

 

Rurality Field Officer-Rural Development/Solomon Islands

Rurality Field Officer-Rural Development/Solomon Islands Noro/Solomon Islands

Deadline: 11/24/2017

The Forest Trust

 TFT (The Forest Trust) is an international fast growing and dynamic non-profit organization which helps companies transform their supply chains across the world for the benefit of people and nature.

 TFT is seeking a motivated

 RURALITY FIELD OFFICER – RURAL DEVELOPMENT

based in Noro, Solomon Islands

with experience in rural development, excellent communication and writing skills, and a passion to  work with farmers and agribusiness to generate value, who is interested in a career with a dynamic non-profit that builds relationships with companies, governments and civil society organizations to bring responsible products to market.

The Rurality Filed Officer is field-based and has a passion to drive innovation at the smallholder level by working collaboratively with farmers and companies to understand their business, to improve their relationships, and to create value and promote resilience to fluctuations in climate and markets.

About Rurality

 Rurality is a new program led by The Forest Trust (http://rurality.org/) which seeks to catalyze innovation between businesses and smallholder farmers in the supply chain. Close to 2 billion people around the world live and work on small farms, often family-run. These farmers are not only the lifeblood of supply chains; they are innovators with the potential to profoundly and positively impact the human and natural ecosystems surrounding them. Rurality, an initiative of TFT, believes they are entrepreneurs who should be empowered to realize their vision.

Rurality places the farmer at the heart of the society.  The initiative uses a business-minded approach to work with farmers participating in already existing supply chains.  Significantly, the initiative believes that there are not one size fits all solutions.  Staff are field-based and work side-by-side with farmers and the agribusiness.  Ultimately the initiative seeks to identify empirical and practical solutions to empower family farmers and build their resilience.

About The Forest Trust (TFT)

 Rurality is an initiative of TFT, an international fast growing and dynamic non-profit organization that helps companies transform the way they source raw materials, with the ultimate goal of protecting nature and improving peoples’ lives. TFT has offices in 16 countries and currently manages Rurality projects in Ghana, Indonesia, Dominican Republic, Ivory Coast, Malaysia, Thailand, and France.  We employ more than 250 people worldwide and work with big and small companies as well as with communities and producers of raw materials.

What Makes Us Unique

Beyond providing advice on policy set up based on our strong technical expertise, we see the world through interactions and relationships. Operating between two worlds (NGO-Companies/Buyer-Supplier), we encourage our partners to look inside, and are not only their environmental conscience. In addition to traceability and assessments, we create and innovate solutions to the challenges companies and communities face.

What We Offer

  •  A unique work experience in a fast-growing and dynamic organization, which directly impacts the protection of the environment and promotes improvements in social equity through supply chains.
  • A dynamic environment with the chance to work in a multicultural team.
  • The opportunity to manage complex projects, farmer and company relationships and develop new business, with exposure to different tasks.

 Essential functions

 The Field Officer will continuously seek new opportunities and present ideas to increase the resilience of farmers in existing supply chains to climatic or economic fluctuations.  He/she should be a self-starter and innovator who believes that farmers are entrepreneurs with vision and leadership.

The Field Officer will work with farmers in Noro and will develop and implement a survey of households to gain an understanding of current social, economic and production conditions, including both risks and opportunities.   With the project manager, he/she will also engage key stakeholders in the region and company staff, and clearly communicate activities and updates to local partners.  In addition to the survey, the Rurality Field Officer will develop maps of current villages / land use. This information will be analyzed and presented as a written report, but also used to develop capacity building activities and provide individual coaching.

The Rurality Field Officer will work in a team with company staff, and also participate in the development of a study of market opportunities.

The Rurality Field Officer will be supervised and work in close collaboration with the TFT Project Manager to be identified to plan, implement and monitor all program activities.

Responsibilities and Scope

  • Implement the Rurality program in close collaboration with a private sector company and farmers who will be new members of the supply chain.
  • Engage and build trust with key stakeholders, specially farmers and company staff.
  • Develop and implement a Rural Dynamics Diagnostic. The Rural Dynamics Diagnostic is a key and compulsory phase of our approach. It is an in-depth assessment of the farmer’s technical, physical, social, and economic environment.
  • Develop land use maps at the village level.
  • Create a database to manage data, and draft a final report presenting results.
  • Co-design with stakeholders plans for how to increase farmer resilience via capacity building, coaching, or other methods.
  • Provide regular written reports and updates on work plan to project manager.
  • Lead the implementation of project activities working in close collaboration with local company, farmers, and other key local stakeholders.
  • Share lessons learned from the Solomon Islands project with other TFT Rurality teams, creating opportunities for exchange and professional growth.

  Candidate Profile – Minimum qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree and 3-years of experience in rural development, including work with local communities.
  • Experience negotiating and working with the private sector including small and large businesses, civil society, and government actors.
  • Minimum 1-year experience in the development, application and analysis of surveys.
  • Minimum of 3 years relevant business or non-profit experience, with increasing responsibilities in program management.
  • Experience with GPS and mapping software preferred.
  • Strong organizational and negotiation skills, accuracy, attention to detail and ability to manage multiple interrelated tasks.
  • Demonstrated experience using diplomacy and tact to navigate tough negotiations, and build strong relationships.

Language:

  • English proficiency desirable

Personal characteristics:

  • Passion for working on issues related to rural development, sustainability, resilience, and supply chains;
  • Hands-on, practical, innovative.
  • Flexibility, takes initiative/proactive and positive attitude.
  • Ability to work within a multidisciplinary and multicultural team;
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and work autonomously;
  • Committed to TFT values:
    • Bias for action and on-the-ground results;
    • Entrepreneurial spirit;
    • Open collaboration and communication;
    • Humble;
    • Respect for each other.

Working conditions / Physical effort:

  • Based in Noro
  • Some trips to Honiara
  • Work with farmers in remote and rural regions, which may include stays in rustic conditions.

Other information:

  • 1 year contract
  • Start in 1st of January 2018

To Apply

 Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume via email to hq.recruitment@tft-earth.org

Deadline: 24th of November 2017

Please put your last name and Solomon.RFO.2018 in the subject line of the email. Successful candidates will be contacted by phone for an initial interview. The position will be open until filled.  Only candidates who send a resume and cover letter will be considered. Only selected candidates will be contacted.

 

PROJECT COUNTRY COORDINATOR / Dominican Republic

PROJECT COUNTRY COORDINATOR / Dominican Republic Dominican Republic

Deadline: 30th November 2017

The Forest Trust

TFT (The Forest Trust) is an international fast growing and dynamic non-profit organization which helps companies transform their supply chains across the world for the benefit of people and nature.

TFT is seeking an experienced and motivated

 PROJECT COUNTRY COORDINATOR

Dominican Republic

who will lead the Cacao Forest project implementation in collaboration with international, regional and local collaborators.

About Cacao Forest

 Cacao Forest (http://www.cacaoforest.org/) aims to create the sustainable cocoa of the future. Through agroforestry – growing cocoa trees alongside other types of tree – we hope to create innovative agricultural models that will increase the quality and productivity of the cocoa trees, improve farmers’ livelihoods and protect the environment.

To truly change the way cocoa is grown and to have a positive impact on farmers’ lives and the environment, we are working together with people all along the value chain, from producers and researchers, to NGOs, private companies and customers. Together we are innovating together for the sustainable cocoa cultivation of tomorrow.

About The Forest Trust (TFT)

 TFT currently has offices in 16 countries including Indonesia, Malaysia, Ecuador, India, and several locations within West Africa, Europe and the Americas.  We employ more than 260 people worldwide and work with big and small companies, communities and producers of raw materials to create compelling cases of transformation. With an innovative and entrepreneurial spirit, we work on the ground with people to create inspiring transformation stories. We focus on creating value, engage without judging and carry hope and a positive vision of the future.

What Makes Us Unique

Beyond providing advice on policy set up based on our strong technical expertise, we see the world through interactions and relationships. Operating between two worlds (NGO-Companies/Buyer-Supplier), we encourage our partners to look inside, and are not only their environmental conscience. In addition to traceability and assessments, we create and innovate solutions to the challenges companies and communities face.

What We Offer

  •  A unique work experience in a fast-growing and dynamic non-profit directly impacting the conservation of the environment and improvements in human rights and social equity through supply chains.
  • A dynamic environment with the chance to work in a multicultural team.
  • The opportunity to manage complex projects, customer relationships and develop new business with exposure to different tasks;

 Responsibilities and Scope

 The main responsibilities of the Project Country Coordinator are to:

  • Coordinate the implementation of the Cacao Forest program in the Dominican Republic with local stakeholders.
  • Manage stakeholder relationships with government and non-government institutions in the Dominican Republic, including signing legal agreements for collaboration, providing regular follow-up, and creating open communication channels.
  • Provide regular written reports and updates on work plan to project supervisor.
  • Lead the implementation of project activities working in close collaboration with local farmer cooperatives, farmers, local non-profit and government actors, and the project’s scientific partners.
  • Coordinate closely to ensure the successful community and stakeholder relationships between the project’s scientific partners and local groups.
  • Develop workshops and lead training activities to train local actors.
  • Identify new market opportunities, both local, regional and national, for local farmers and cooperatives.
  • Develop new market connections based on those identified in the 2016 market study.
  • As needed, provide support to TFT-Ecuador and TFT-Africa cocoa teams, and TFT-Ecuador team for other commodities in Latin America.
  • Share lessons learned from Cacao Forest with TFT cocoa teams in Africa and Ecuador, creating opportunities for exchange and professional growth.

Requirements – Candidate Profile Minimum Qualifications

  •  Bachelor’s degree in business, business administration, or related field and 5 years related experience in working with small businesses on sustainability and/or sustainable agriculture.
  • Experience negotiating and working with the private sector including small and large businesses, civil society, and government actors.
  • Minimum experience of 3-years in project management.
  • Strong organizational and negotiation skills, accuracy, attention to detail and ability to manage multiple tasks.
  • Demonstrated experience using diplomacy and tact to navigate tough negotiations, and build strong relationships.

Language:

  • Spanish and French proficiency.
  • English proficiency desirable.

Personal characteristics:

  • Passion for working on issues related to sustainability, resilience, and supply chains;
  • Hands-on, practical, innovative.
  • Flexibility, takes initiative/proactive and positive attitude.
  • Ability to work within a multidisciplinary and multicultural team;
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and work autonomously;
  • Committed to TFT values:
    • Focus on action and on-the-ground results;
    • Entrepreneurial spirit;
    • Client-focused;
    • Open collaboration and communication;
    • Humble;
    • Respect for each other.

Working conditions / Physical effort:

  • Frequent trips inside the Dominican Republic.
  • Activities will be implemented in rural communities throughout the island, and position will require regular visits and overnight stays in these regions.
  • Work with smallholders in remote and rural regions.

Other information:

  • 40 hours/week
  • Immediate start

To Apply

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume via email to ecuador.recruitment@tft-earth.org. Please send us your application until 30th November 2017 at the latest and put your last name and DR2017 in the subject line of the email.  Successful candidates will be contacted by phone for an initial interview.  The position will be open until filled.  Only candidates who send a resume and cover letter will be considered.  Only selected candidates will be contacted.

Rurality Project Manager/Solomon Islands

Rurality Project Manager/Solomon Islands Noro, Solomon Islands

Deadline: 24th November 2017

The Forest Trust

TFT (The Forest Trust) is an international fast growing and dynamic non-profit organization which helps companies transform their supply chains across the world for the benefit of people and nature.

TFT is seeking a motivated

Rurality Project Manager

based in Noro, Solomon Islands

with experience in rural business development, excellent communication and writing skills, and a passion to work with farmers and agribusiness to generate value, who is interested in a career with a dynamic non-profit that builds relationships with companies, governments and civil society organizations to bring responsible products to market.
The Project Manager shows leadership and passion to drive innovation at the smallholder level by managing a field team, engaging with key stakeholders including farmers and company to understand their business; and to create value and promote resilience to fluctuations in climate and markets.

About Rurality

Rurality is a new program led by The Forest Trust (http://rurality.org/) which seeks to catalyze innovation between businesses and smallholder farmers in the supply chain. Close to 2 billion people around the world live and work on small farms, often family-run. These farmers are not only the lifeblood of supply chains; they are innovators with the potential to profoundly and positively impact the human and natural ecosystems surrounding them. Rurality, an initiative of TFT, believes they are entrepreneurs who should be empowered to realize their vision.
Rurality places the farmer at the heart of the society. The initiative uses a business-minded approach to work with farmers participating in already existing supply chains. Significantly, the initiative believes that there are not one size fits all solutions. Staff are field-based and work side-by-side with farmers and the agribusiness. Ultimately the initiative seeks to identify empirical and practical solutions to empower family farmers and build their resilience.

About The Forest Trust (TFT)

Rurality is an initiative of TFT, an international fast growing and dynamic non-profit organization that helps companies transform the way they source raw materials, with the ultimate goal of protecting nature and improving peoples’ lives. TFT has offices in 16 countries and currently manages Rurality projects in Ghana, Indonesia, Dominican Republic, Ivory Coast, Malaysia, Thailand, and France. We employ more than 250 people worldwide and work with big and small companies as well as with communities and producers of raw materials.

What Makes Us Unique

Beyond providing advice on policy set up based on our strong technical expertise, we see the world through interactions and relationships. Operating between two worlds (NGO-Companies/Buyer-Supplier), we encourage our partners to look inside, and are not only their environmental conscience. In addition to traceability and assessments, we create and innovate solutions to the challenges companies and communities face.

What We Offer

  • A unique work experience in a fast-growing and dynamic organization, which directly impacts the protection of the environment and promotes improvements in social equity through supply chains.
  • A dynamic environment with the chance to work in a multicultural team.
  • The opportunity to manage complex projects, farmer and company relationships and develop new business, with exposure to different tasks.

Essential functions

This position serves as Rurality Project Manager with oversight and management responsibility for project and staff therein:

  • Plan, coordinate and oversee activities and service provision to Rurality identified project in Solomon Islands, ensuring all delivery targets are satisfactorily met. This includes : work planning, field work supervision, budget management, members communication, building new relationships with other organisations/stakeholders
  • Carry out field work, specifically a Rural Dynamics Diagnostic (RDD) in compliance with the guidelines. Provide any feedback to feed these guidelines to be adapted to the local context
  • Carry out field work, specifically the Action Plan elaborated after the RDD. Provide regular feedback to adjust this Action Plan
  • Provide advice, ideas, and innovations; and participate actively for helping spread and develop Rurality programme: from the vision to the day-to-day work.
  • Undertake regular communications with Rurality Senior Manager, and other Senior TFT staff with a view to providing clear updates on progress, challenges and issues for which additional support may be required. In the meantime, share experiences with other Rurality project managers

Key expected results and deliverables

  • Rurality Solomon Islands project is well run regarding the objectives, the members expectations and the budget
  • Good working relationships established and maintained with regional stakeholders, government authorities and national NGOs
  • Rurality project is visible in Solomon Islands
  • Provide regular written reports and updates on work plan implementation.
  • Share lessons learned from the Solomon Islands project with other TFT Rurality teams, creating opportunities for exchange and professional growth.

Requirements – Candidate Profile Minimum Qualifications

  • Master’s degree or other equivalent higher level training in agricultural, sociology, rural development, forestry, natural resource management, environmental or social sciences or business
  • Advanced writing and communication skills in English
  • Well-developed management and leadership capabilities
  • Advanced personal computer, email, Microsoft Office Programme suite, Internet skills, etc.
  • GIS and GPS mapping qualification desirable

Experience:

  • Minimum of 6 years relevant business experience or non-profit, with increasing responsibilities in programme and people management
  • Field experience, particularly with local communities, in rural areas
  • Experience with Pacific culture

Knowledge and abilities:

  • Listening and humility
  • Ability to spend time in remote & rural areas, autonomous
  • Entrepreneur to develop and free up innovations from farmers
  • Financial management & administration
  • HR (people management) & staff development
  • Client relations
  • Committed to TFT values:
    o Bias for action and on-the-ground results;
    o Entrepreneurial spirit;
    o Open collaboration and communication;
    o Humble;
    o Respect for each other.

Working conditions / Physical effort:

  • Based in Honiara or Noro with frequent travel
  • Able to travel extensively and be comfortable working away from home and keeping long hours

Other information:

  • 1 year contract – Part-time (minimum 1week/month)
  • Start in 1st of January 2018

To Apply

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume via email to hq.recruitment@tft-earth.org
Deadline: 24th of November 2017. Please put your last name and Solomon.PM.2018 in the subject line of the email. Successful candidates will be contacted by phone for an initial interview. The position will be open until filled. Only candidates who send a resume and cover letter will be considered. Only selected candidates will be contacted.

Senior Project Officer/Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Senior Project Officer/Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Deadline: 30th November 2017

The Forest Trust 

 TFT (The Forest Trust) is an international fast growing and dynamic non-profit organization which helps companies transform their supply chains across the world for the benefit of people and nature.

 TFT is seeking a motivated

 SENIOR PROJECT OFFICER

(DIGITAL SOLUTIONS & GIS)

based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

with good understanding of IT applications, is fascinated by data and passionate in creating innovative digital solutions to drive transformation across connected supply chains, from businesses to smallholder farmers.

About The Forest Trust (TFT)

 TFT currently has offices in 16 countries including Indonesia, Malaysia, Ecuador, India, and several locations within West Africa, Europe and the Americas. We employ more than 260 people worldwide and work with big and small companies, communities and producers of raw materials to create compelling cases of transformation. With an innovative and entrepreneurial spirit, we work on the ground with people to create inspiring transformation stories. We focus on creating value, engage without judging and carry hope and a positive vision of the future.

 What Makes Us Unique

Beyond providing advice on policy set up based on our strong technical expertise, we see the world through interactions and relationships. Operating between two worlds (NGO-Companies/Buyer-Supplier), we encourage our partners to look inside, and are not only their environmental conscience. In addition to traceability and assessments, we create and innovate solutions to the challenges companies and communities face.

What We Offer

 A unique work experience in a fast-growing and dynamic non-profit directly impacting the conservation of the environment and improvements in human rights and social equity through supply chains.

  • A dynamic environment with the chance to work in a multicultural team.
  • The opportunity to lead complex projects, build customer relationships and develop new business, with exposure to different tasks.

 Responsibilities and Scope

 Apply big data methods and technologies to maintain, verify and analyze large volume of data to identify trends or patterns

  • Build and present analytics reports, using dashboards to visualize findings
  • Spatial data analysis and mapping using GIS tools
  • Support the implementation of TFT’s digital projects, including managing timelines and deliverables, communicating project statuses, monitoring budgets etc.
  • Engage internal and external stakeholders to get a well-rounded understanding of industry needs and opportunities via field works/ visits
  • Maintain a good understanding of emerging technologies and provide recommendations to show the potential of technology in transforming connected supply chains

Requirements – Candidate Profile Minimum Qualifications

 Master’s / Bachelor degree or other equivalent higher level training in computer science, information technology, geospatial, remote sensing or related field

  • Advanced writing and communication skills in English and Bahasa Malaysia
  • Minimum four years working experience in geospatial technical support / data analytics
  • Proficiency in ESRI products, especially ArcGIS, and other GIS and mapping software
  • Preferably familiar with data visualization techniques such as PowerBI, Tableau, etc.
  • Ability to use R or Python for data analysis and manipulation will be an advantage. Knowledge and experience with national, regional and international spatial dataset is desired
  • Entrepreneurial, out-of-the-box thinker with strong capability to solve problems
  • Good understanding and keen interest in environmental and social issues related to palm oil industry

 Language skills:

  • English proficiency
  • Bahasa Malaysia fluency

 Personal characteristics:

  • Passion for working on issues related to sustainability, resilience, and supply chains;
  • Hands-on, practical, innovative.
  • Flexibility, takes initiative/proactive and positive attitude.
  • Ability to work within a multidisciplinary and multicultural team;
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and work autonomously;
  • Committed to TFT values:
    • Focus on action and on-the-ground results;
    • Entrepreneurial spirit;
    • Client-focused;
    • Open collaboration and communication;
    • Humble;
    • Respect for each other.

Working conditions / Physical effort:

  • Based in Kuala Lumpur
  • Some trips around Malaysia

Other information:

  • 1-year contract
  • Immediate start

To Apply

 Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume via email to malaysia.recruitment@tft-earth.org. The position will be open until filled. Only selected candidates will be contacted.

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