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About Cal Shakes: With a 545-seat outdoor performance venue in Orinda, CA; and education and community programs throughout the Bay Area, Cal Shakes expands access to and relevance of the arts by fostering a participatory culture among a diversity of audiences, artists, and learners. Launched in 1974, Cal Shakes is a major Bay Area theater that, guided by the artistic direction of Obie Award-winning Eric Ting, has emerged as a leader in promoting Equity in theater and incorporating the voices and perspectives of community partners in the works on our stage.

Theater is people. We strive for a work environment in which everyone feels encouraged to bring their whole self to work. Cal Shakes promotes transparency and staff access to decision-making through organization-wide meetings that invite participation from all staff regardless of seniority or position. We embrace a diversity of people, ideas, talents, and experiences and work to create a space where people have a sense of belonging. We highly encourage people of color, individuals with disabilities, and other historically underrepresented groups in our community to apply.

Mission: Cal Shakes redefines the classical theater for the 21st Century, making works of extraordinary artistry that engage with our contemporary moment so we might learn about ourselves and each other in the fullness of our world.

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Statement: At Cal Shakes, we believe that equity is a practice. Our actions—both onstage and off—can have a positive social impact by exposing oppression, addressing historic injustices, and showing how power can be transformed and shared in different ways. We work to dismantle systemic bias by actively including, reflecting, and creating opportunities for our diverse Bay Area communities. We recognize that this work is ongoing and often imperfect, but we are committed to facilitating respect for the many facets of the human experience.

Associate Production/Rentals Manager (downloadable PDF)

The Opportunity: 
The position of Associate Production/Rentals Manager (APRM) is a full-time, year-round position in the Production department, reporting to the Production Manager (PM). The APRM is charged primarily with the administrative activities of production management in support of the Theater’s Mainstage season and the Rentals Program. The APRM also assists with special events including concerts, fundraisers, staged readings, workshops, and educational programs which require production or logistical support.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Mainstage Production Management (45% of work time)

Management/ Personnel

  • Serve as the associate production manager for all mainstage productions in a season
  • Assist the PM with the planning and execution of Cal Shakes hosted special events including concerts, fundraisers, staged readings, workshops, and educational programs which require production or logistical support
  • Assist the PM in the supervision of the Assistant Production/Company Manager
  • Assist in the facilitation of the design process by clearly communicating and maintaining budget and deadlines and ensuring that the creative team is in communication with production department heads
  • Provide production support during the rehearsal, tech, and performance periods as needed; remain on-site at the theater for load-in, tech, and preview weeks in rotation with the PM
  • Serve as a secondary liaison between Cal Shakes and all creative team personnel (directors, actors, designers, other specialists)

Administrative

  • Assist the PM with the creation and maintenance of the full season calendar, including production-specific, deadlines, and rentals
  • Assist with coordination in hiring of Production Department heads
  • Assist with the coordination of workflow among production departments during load-in, tech, and strike
  • Coordinate all mainstage staff and production meetings, take and distribute meeting notes
  • Oversee the drafting and execution of all director, designer, and other production or creative team contract
  • Participate in the season planning process

Financial

  • Assist with monthly expense tracking, projections, and reports
  • Assist with day-to-day administrative tasks such as processing invoices, reimbursements, and check requests

Rentals Management (50% of work time)
Work in concert with the Production Manager, House Manager, and General Manager to coordinate all Rental needs. This Includes:

  • Receiving and Reviewing Client Intake
  • Initial Client reach outs
  • Scheduling and attending Site Visits
  • Coordinate with Cal Shakes departments to staff the event, including: facilities, house management, and production
  • Serve as the Production Lead for Rentals and Special Events, in concert with the PM
  • Assist the PM with the creation of the Yearly Rentals Budget
  • Create internal cost estimates and track actuals for Rental Events

Other (5% of work time)

  • Represent Cal Shakes at company functions, as assigned
  • Participate in company-wide projects such as the Anti-Racism Workgroup, Annual Fundraiser, and others

Qualifications:
You are an ideal candidate if you:

  • Have general knowledge pertaining to all aspects of technical theater—i.e. lighting, sound, costumes, scenic
  • Have proven experience in theater production and people management
  • Have experience in administrative experience working in a professional theatrical office, preferred
  • Have strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Have strong leadership, negotiation, and organizational skills
  • Have a valid driver’s license—own car preferred
  • Have previous outdoor theater experience, preferred

Special Environmental Factors:

  • Outdoor theater with hills, uneven terrain, and environmental factors (heat, chill, wind, weather, etc.)
  • Fast-paced, open office environment, frequent interruptions, background noise.
  • Some areas have limited accessibility, please feel free to ask for more specifics
  • Variable schedule, some evening and weekend hours are required
  • Must be able to work independently and offsite

Supervision: This position is supervised by the Production Manager

Compensation: The Associate Production/Rentals Manager is a full-time, hourly, non-exempt position starting around December 1, 2021. The hourly rate is $22-$25/hour.

Benefits include health insurance (base plan 100% covered by Theater), dental and vision insurance (employee contributes), life insurance (100% covered by Theater), 2 weeks (10 days) vacation, and 10 paid staff holidays. Cal shakes is a fully vaccinated workplace. Full vaccination is required of all employees with exemptions made for sincerely held religious beliefs and medical exemptions.

How to Apply: Please submit a cover letter and résumé to:productionjobs@calshakes.org (with “Associate Production/Rentals Manager Search” in the subject header).

Application deadline: November 15, 2021.

Facility Manager (downloadable PDF)

The Opportunity:
The Facilities Manager (FM) is responsible for keeping our buildings and grounds at the Bruns Amphitheater in top shape. This includes our 545 seat outdoor amphitheater, three picnic grove areas, outdoor deck, plaza area as well as the indoor cafe, restrooms, green room, and dressing rooms. This includes systems repairs and maintenance, emergency preparedness, security, and safety. The FM is primarily responsible for preventative and daily maintenance as well as future planning. Additional responsibilities include IT and operations coordination and management

Duties and Responsibilities:
Facility Management (50% of work time)

  • Responsible for the leadership of the facilities department
  • Hiring and management of facilities staff
  • Oversight and maintenance of the water & septic systems
  • Oversight and maintenance of the electrical systems
  • Oversight and maintenance of HVAC
  • Oversight and maintenance of waste management (trash, yard, compost, recycling and hazardous material)
  • Oversight of custodial operations
  • Oversight and implementation of safety and adhering to all CalOSHA regulations
  • Manage relationships with outside vendors and schedule routine inspections, maintenance and emergency repairs as necessary
  • Oversight of emergency preparedness, security systems, and personnel
  • Oversight of vehicle registration and maintenance
  • Creating and maintaining detailed documentation, policies and procedures
  • Collaborating with upper management future planning for facility needs
  • Ensuring the venue is ready for all rentals, events, rehearsals, and performances in coordination with Production and Operations departments
  • Serve as liaison with EBMUD, local Police and Fire Departments, and contractors on all facilities issues

Financial Management (20% of work time)

  • Develop and maintain annual facility/IT budget
  • Oversee all facility & IT related expenditures
  • Review and approve payroll for facility staff
  • Track and manage the facility/IT budget

Maintenance Work (20% of work time)

  • Perform maintenance and repairs that do not require a contractor (eg: minor plumbing, electrical, carpentry, painting landscaping repairs)
  • Maintain day-to-day operations of facilities including but not limited to: power washing the plaza, cleaning chairs and tables, leaf blowing the facility, refill water coolers, refill first aid kits, etc.
  • Prepare facilities for changing weather conditions

IT Management (10%)

  • Serve as a liaison to external IT contractors, maintain priority list of IT-related projects
  • Work closely with the IT contractors and the staff to continually assess, enhance and maintain information technology and databases to support programs and development activities

Qualifications:
You are an ideal candidate if you:

  • Share a respect for a diversity of backgrounds and voices
  • Enjoy working in a creative, collaborative, fast-paced atmosphere and contribute to the creation of a positive work environment while upholding all safety guidelines
  • Are proactive, flexible, self-disciplined and reliable
  • Have a precise attention to detail and strong organizational and priority setting skills
  • Have prior facilities management and maintenance experience, (experience in an outdoor setting a plus)
  • Experience as a team player, creative problem-solver, and have the ability to know how to work with limited resources and infrastructure
  • Have strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Be familiar with and stay up to date on CalOSHA regulations
  • Have maintenance experience in building systems such as plumbing, HVAC, electrical, and other common systems is preferred
  • General understanding of IT and facility with learning new IT skills and programs
  • A valid CA Drivers license
    • Personal vehicle preferred
    • Class B Driver’s License a plus. Willing to obtain Class B license (expenses covered by Cal Shakes)

Physical Requirements

  • Ability to bend, lift up to 50 lbs, carry, climb ladders, and work in a timely manner
  • Ability to work outdoors in all weather conditions

Special Environment Factors

  • Outdoor work activity and traversing uneven ground
  • The theater in Orinda is not reachable by public transportation. The closest BART station is Orinda and it is over a mile on a public highway to the theater entrance. We prefer that you have regular access to a vehicle because of the hours and location.
  • Position requires daytime hours, and some evening or weekend hours
  • Work at the theater includes exposure to sunlight, and hot and cold weather for extended periods of time
  • The theater is nestled in the hills of Orinda and a beautiful place to work!

Supervision: This position is supervised by the General Manager.

Compensation: This is a full-time, year-round position with a salary range of $48,000-$60,000. Benefits include health insurance (base plan 100% covered by Theater for full-time, year-round employees), dental and vision insurance (employee contributes), life insurance (100% covered by Theater), 2 weeks (10 days) vacation, and 10 paid staff holidays. Cal Shakes is a fully vaccinated workplace. Full vaccination is required of all employees with exemptions made for sincerely held religious beliefs and medical exemptions.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

How to Apply:  Please submit cover letter and résumé to: Kyle Fischer, General Manager – kfischer@calshakes.org (with “Facilities Manager” in the subject header)

Development Associate (downloadable PDF)

The Opportunity:
Cal Shakes seeks a Development Associate to serve as an essential member of a small and agile development department reporting to the Director of Development. Cal Shakes is a unique and prominent Bay Area cultural organization rebuilding more equitably and sustainably as we reemerge out of the COVID-19 pandemic. We seek individuals who believe theater can and should advance social cohesion through presenting narratives that embrace the complexity, diversity, and pluralism of our 21st Century lives. This is a new position in a growing development department. The Development Associate will be someone with strong organizational skills and attention to detail who will support both Marketing and Development staff whose efforts bring in the income to sustain and grow Cal Shakes.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Fundraising & Stewardship

  • Initial intake and routing of individual and institutional donations (checks, website gift notifications, and other online tools).
  • Oversee and/or implement gift entry in a timely manner followed by thank you letter, donor research.
  • Monitor Cal Shakes’ Audience Circle, including: reporting, customer support, and identifying potential volunteers and major donors.
  • Develop and maintain a schedule for checking, receipting, and routing online gifts through third-party vendors.
  • Track donor engagement and execute communications plan and moves management, including scheduling donor visits for Artistic Director, Managing Director and Development Director, and eventually, self.
  • Participate in regular development department meetings as well as other organization-wide standing meetings.

Volunteers & Events

  • Support event ideation and project management.
  • Recruit and maintain volunteer corps.
  • Manage invitations, RSVPs, registration lists, guest services at events.
  • Liaise with other departments re event plans and needs including working with staff and volunteers day-of event, and coordinating event details as needed (caterers, artists, documentation, gifts, service, signage, etc.).
  • With Development Director, provide guest profiles and cultivation assignments for staff and board attending cultivation and fundraising events.
  • Coordinate event-related communications, including announcements. Execute pre-event and post-event correspondence with attendees.

Database Systems Management

  • Oversee and manage Cal Shakes’ fundraising CRM database on the Virtuous
  • Manage donor/constituent profile information and preferences in the database.
  • Conduct regular scripted data imports and exports.
  • Support Associate Director of Marketing & Sales in list generation, systems management, data hygiene.

Other

  • Represent Cal Shakes at company functions, as assigned
  • Participate in company-wide projects such as the Anti-Racism Workgroup, Annual Fundraiser, and others

Qualifications:
You are an ideal candidate if you:

  • Are willing to take initiative, take risks, learn from failure, speak up
  • Have a love of theater/performance arts
  • Are comfortable with using computers, data systems (CRMs), and information technology (Cal Shakes uses Outlook and the Microsoft Suite, Audience View, Google Suite, Slack, Virtuous, Classy, among other programs)
  • Have an attention to detail and organization
  • Are comfortable navigating social events/meetings
  • Have good time management & punctuality
  • Are passionate (or interested in learning) about fundraising for social impact

Special Environmental Factors:

  • Cal Shakes is an open-air theater with a 3-acre campus in the Berkeley/Orinda hills. This position will require participation in outdoor events at the Theater.
  • Work at the theater includes exposure to sunlight, and hot and cold weather for extended periods of time. Some areas are wheelchair accessible, other areas have uneven surfaces and there is a long incline path into the Theater (also accessible by car, but this access is restricted during performances).
  • This position will include both remote (work from home) and in-person work in shared workspaces at the Theater. Home internet access is required.
  • Occasional weekends and evenings required, especially during summer season.

Supervision: This position will be directly supervised by the Development Director, Andrew Page (he/him).

Compensation: This is a full-time, year-round position. $23-26/hour, overtime-eligible.

Benefits include health insurance (base plan 100% covered by Theater), dental and vision insurance (employee contributes), life insurance (100% covered by Theater), 2 weeks (10 days) vacation, and 10 paid staff holidays. Cal shakes is a fully vaccinated workplace. Full vaccination is required of all employees with exemptions made for sincerely held religious beliefs and medical exemptions.

How to Apply: Send a Cover Letter about you and why you want to join the staff of Cal Shakes specifically, along with your resume, work history, or CV as email attachments to Andrew Page: apage@calshakes.org

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

SEASONAL JOB OPENINGS

POSITION OVERVIEW

Part-time, Seasonal, Non-Exempt
California Shakespeare Theater (Cal Shakes) is looking for a detail-oriented, adaptive, and collaborative A1. This is a seasonal, non-exempt position that reports to the Head of Sound. The A1 acts as Sound Mixer for the mainstage production, will A1 or A2 rentals as necessary,  and will assit on all load ins, strikes, and change overs throughout the season. The A1 also offers occasional support as requested for projects in other departments at Cal Shakes.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Live mixing and operation of sound board for all techs and performances.
• Oversees preparation of wireless microphones for all performances and tech runs.
• Attends post tech meetings as needed.
• Maintain effective communication with the Stage Manager, Designers, Directors and other running crew members, to ensure smooth installation and operation of sound department needs on a production.
• Responsible for pre-show checks, maintenance, and repair of all equipment during the run of a show with the assistance of the A2.
• Organizing technical support for other theater events and projects, including Grove Talks and rentals, as requested.
• Other tasks as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
You are an ideal candidate if:
• Share with us a respect for diverse backgrounds and voices and a commitment to inclusion and equity.
• Have experience and/or professional-level training with wireless microphones, live mixing, and digital mixing boards.
• Have Mac and PC computer skills, ability to assess, design and install plots, familiarity with LCS, Qlab, Protools and other standard audio and video editing programs.
• Have good time management & punctuality.
• Comfort working at heights preferred
• Previous outdoor theater experience preferred, but not required
• Have a valid driver’s license.

Special Environmental Factors
• Theater is open-air and requires extended standing and walking on uneven surfaces.
• Work at the theater includes exposure to sunlight and hot weather for extended periods of time.
• Variable schedule, requires evening and weekend hours during load-ins and technical rehearsals. Some evening calls can end as late as 2am.

The A1 will be contracted from May 1st through October 31st and will be guaranteed work during tech and the run of The Winter’s Tale (dates below). Additional events and rentals will be scheduled one month in advance. Schedule for May 1 – May 30 is below.

 

Compensation: The hourly rate is between $20 per hour and is based on experience.  Cal Shakes is unable to provide local housing or travel assistance.

Deadline: April 30, 2021. 

Please submit cover letter and resume to:  productionjobs@calshakes.org (with “A1 Search” in the subject header).

2021 Show Dates:

The Winter’s Tale: 1st Rehearsal-July 28th / 1st Tech-August 18th / 1st Preview- August 26th / Opening-Sept 1 / Closing-October 10 / Possible Extension closing – October 17

 

May 1 – May 30:

Load in is April 26th – May 13th, depending on start date and availability, A1 will have at least 40 hours of work for load in.

From May 14th – May 31st – the A1 will have approximately 20 hours of work per week

Schedule specifics will be discussed during interview and hiring process.

 

Box Office Associate–  part-time, seasonal

We seek dynamic customer service professionals to join our box office. Come work in a relaxed but fast-paced environment engaging with the public as the first point of contact that sets the tone for their experience with our theater. As a member of the Cal Shakes staff, you’ll receive complimentary reservations to our online offerings as well as tickets to any live productions we may be able to produce. You’ll also have the opportunity to engage in company dialogues about the art we create and the communities we touch.

Apply here.

House Associate–  part-time, seasonal

Under the direction of the House Manager (HM), House Associates are responsible for the efficient operation of all Front of House activities and audience comfort and safety at our 545-seat outdoor venue. House Associates staff both rental events and Cal Shakes productions including Student Matinees. House Associates will need to be prepared to welcome patrons to the Bruns, assist patrons by answering questions and helping them to their seats and other duties requested by the HM, such as maintaining the facilities and assisting with daily reports.

Applicants must be able to: demonstrate diplomatic, tactful customer service and event management techniques; think on their feet and problem-solve in a calm, professional manner; act professionally under pressure and meet tight nightly deadlines. House Associates should be prepared to work closely with a team and demonstrate the ability to work well with others. Comfort and interest to work as a bartender or in concessions on occasion is a plus. Interest in theater and experience in customer service, house and/or event management preferred. Must be able to dependably work nights and weekends.

Apply here

Shahrazad Squad Line Producer

California Shakespeare Theater (Cal Shakes) is looking for a detail-oriented, adaptive, and collaborative Line Producer (LP) for our Shahrazad Squad (ShahSquad). This is a part time, seasonal, non-exempt position that reports to the Lead Artist for the Shahrazad Squad, Raeshma Razvi. The LP will be responsible for liaising between the Cal Shakes staff and Raeshma and support in the development and producing of ShahSquad events and programs.

About the Shahrazad Squad

The Squad originated in 2018 as Cal Shakes began developing ‘1001 Nights’ for the stage with an all-MENASA (Middle East, North African, South Asian) artistic team. As a parallel community-based project inspired by the character of Shahrazad, Raeshma brought together Bay Area MENASA women creatives and change-agents for intimate dialogues on leadership, creativity and social change. With the theatrical production of ‘1001 Nights: A Retelling’ on temporary hold, the Squad continues its evolution as a community, with both virtual and IRL activities/events, focused on building a story-based supportive network with/for MENASA women creatives and change-agents. With funding from Doris Duke Foundation’s Building Bridges program, the Squad will expand into the Midwest, adding new participants and new events.   www.shahrazadsquad.org 

Position Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist Lead Artist in producing virtual events, including an ‘In Conversation’ series, story circles and other workshops. Many events will launch from within a Mighty Networks community platform, which will require learning and use of this platform
  • Assistant produce and possibly lead produce 4-6 live events in the Bay Area, and in Chicago, Cleveland and Detroit/Ann Arbor
  • Help identify, recruit and engage MENASA individual participants and cultural organizational partnerships; and help create and maintain dynamic lists and directories 
  • Help manage adaptive timelines with multiple project tasks and deliverables that include groundwork for content like podcasts, card decks and story circles
  • Liaise between Lead Artist and Cal Shakes teams, and participate in Cal Shakes producers’ meetings
  • Help manage and track project budget/expenses on multiple grants 
  • Assist in documentation of some activities, for PR or grant reporting as it relates to the ShahSquad
  • Help manage event information with publicity team
  • Other tasks as assigned.

Qualifications

You are an ideal candidate if you:

  • Share with us a respect for diverse backgrounds and voices and a commitment to inclusion and equity
  • Share a commitment to the arts as a tool for social impact
  • Have experience with community organizing, engagement, and/or outreach or with community-based organizations 
  • Embrace change and experimentation and be able to adjust to rapidly evolving programming
  • Enjoy collaborating with others
  • Have strong written and verbal communication skills and attention to detail
  • Have experience working with the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel), the G Suite (Docs, Spreadsheet, Drive), and social media 

Of particular importance include: 

  • Demonstrated project management and organizational skills
  • Excel at helping concretely manifest and organize diverse creative ideas
  • Demonstrated experience in/with MENASA communities is a plus, especially in the Bay or in the Midwest
  • Facility with or interest in virtual platforms/tools (Zoom, Instagram, Facebook groups, Mighty Networks or other digital platforms)
  • Demonstrated line-producing and/or group facilitation experience
  • Cultivated interest in new creative challenges, and patience in the work required to build something new with new people 
  • Practice time management & punctuality; and can help others stay on track

Special Environmental Factors

  • Variable schedule, some evening and weekend hours; able to coordinate some work/events on Eastern and Central time
  • Must be able to work independently and offsite, with reliable computer/internet 
  • Work on site at the Bruns Amphitheater may be required from time to time, but this is currently a remote position
  • Candidate should be comfortable working at a computer for an entire day
  • Primarily local travel with the possibility of out of town travel for specific projects
  • Amphitheater is open-air with extended standing and walking on uneven surfaces

Preference is for someone based in the Bay Area. The LP will be contracted approximately from July 19, 2021 through Dec 31, 2022 on a part time basis. (This is a grant-funded position)

The hourly rate is $20-23/hr and is based on experience and will work 5-20 hours per week. This position reports to the Artistic Producer.

Application deadline: June 30, 2021. Cal Shakes is unable to provide local housing or travel assistance.

Please submit cover letter and résumé to: productionjobs@calshakes.org (with “ShahSquad Line Producer Application” in the subject header.

Summer Shuttle Driver – part-time, seasonal 

Safe and timely transport of audience members from Orinda Bart to and from Cal Shakes; Bruns Amphitheater on an as needed basis from May – October.

A Class B license is required for this position. Cal Shakes will consider covering the cost of getting this license for qualified applicants.

Apply here.

OVER-HIRE JOB OPENINGS

Cal Shakes is seeking to update and expand their pool of over hire technical staff for its 2021 season. We are looking for over hire technicians in electrics, carpentry, props, audio, and production.

Special Environmental Factors: Depending on the position, work may include extended standing and walking on uneven surfaces, and working at heights. The theater is outdoors and includes exposure to sunlight and hot weather for extended periods of time. Variable schedule, may require evening and weekend hours.

The ideal candidate will:

● Share a respect for a diversity of backgrounds and voices.
● Have good communication skills.
● Be punctual and detail-oriented.
● Follow equipment safety procedures, always.
● Be timely with all projects but do not rush.
● Be able to work independently and in a team setting.
● Ability to lift 25-50 pounds preferred.
● Comfort working at heights preferred.
● Be comfortable working outdoors, in hot and cold weather.
● Be comfortable with extended standing and walking on uneven surfaces.
● Previous outdoor theater experience is a plus, but not required.

Hours will vary as needed, and may include nights, weekends, and holidays. Our 2021 season begins in May and ends in October of 2021.

These are ongoing, hourly wage positions. A background in theater is not required.

Please submit cover letter and résumé to: productionjobs@calshakes.org (with “Overhire Technician Search” in the subject header).  In your cover letter, please note which department(s) you would be interested in working as a part of.

Candidates should enjoy working in a diverse, creative, collaborative, and fast-paced environment. Have a minimum of one-year professional experience or equivalent educational experience working as an electrician with basic electrics troubleshooting skills. Have experience and/or professional-level training with a variety of lighting equipment, including conventionals, LED’s, and practicals, and ETC family consoles. 

Candidates should have experience in scenery construction, general construction, metal fabrication, or a related field. Be proficient in the safe use of a wide range of power tools.

Candidates have skills including (but not limited to) carpentry, welding, sewing and fabric crafts, foam carving, painting, shopping, and general fabrication. 

Candidates have a basic knowledge of sound gear and can lift at least 30lbs over head. Knowledge of Meyer equipment and Dmitri processing is a plus.

Candidates have a background or interest in theater, stage management, company management, or production management.

OTHER OPPORTUNITIES

We are always looking for volunteers!  Fill out this form.

California Shakespeare Theater is an Equal Opportunity Employer and has an inclusive work environment that actively embraces a diversity of people, ideas, talents, and experiences. We highly encourage people of color, individuals with disabilities, and other historically underrepresented groups in our community to apply.

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