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Assistant Extension Specialist - Hilo, HI

University of Hawai'i at Manoa - College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
  • Details

    Location

    Hilo, HI

    Deadline

    Continuous – application review begins March 16, 2020

    Duties and Responsibilities

    Responsible for developing integrated and sustainable plant disease management in both agricultural (edible and ornamental crops) and forest ecosystems in Hawaii. Possible areas of applied research include: developing sustainable strategies to manage fungal pathogens; collaborating with plant breeders to develop cultivars with resistance to pathogens; studying the impact of global climate variability on susceptibility of plants or range of pathogens; investigate the relation between soil health, microbial communities, or soil food webs. Work collaboratively with extension educators, state and federal government organizations (USDA, HDOA, DLNR), and industry partners to implement an extension program. Offer distance education related to integrated plant disease management or forest plant pathology. Build a nationally recognized research program in integrated plant disease management. Build a renowned graduate program by supervising and mentoring Tropical Plant Pathology (TPP) graduate students, and serving on TPP graduate student committees.

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Posted January 27, 2020


NC State IR-4 Positions - Raleigh, NC

NC State University - IR-4 Unit
  • Study Directors (Project Directors)

    Position Description/General Scope of Duties    

    The Study Director position will will be an integral part of the IR-4 Unit. Duties of this position include, but are not limited to:

    1. Independent Project Development (30%):Through drafting of comprehensive research plan or Protocol, provide technical direction of IR-4 Magnitude of the Residue Studies that are performed by cooperating university and governments scientists at various locations throughout North America. All aspects of the study must follow the provisions of the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s Federal Good Laboratory Practice (GLPs referenced in Chapter 40- Code of Federal Regulations, Part 160) regulations. Specific duties include development of approx. 10 national research protocols (study plans) annually for IR-4 Project sanctioned studies. Responsible to draft and develop protocols after extensive consultation with owners of the products, study scientists and IR-4 Project biologists. Must be able to balance needs of stakeholder suggestions in the development of the final product. Protocols must be prepared and authorized well in advance of target dates for research.
    2. Project Coordination (30%): Direct and manage approx. 30 on-going IR-4 sponsored residue studies in various phases of completion. An average an IR-4 residue study involves seven field trials and one analytical phase performed at various research facilities. This means that Study Director is responsible to direct the research of 240 research trials. As autonomous director of the projects, must assist scientists to successfully plan, conduct and report on IR-4 sponsored research with a chemical and bio-based pesticides on specialty crops. Must promptly evaluate and approve all proposed modifications from the authorized research protocol. Must keep track to status of active studies, including knowledge when critical phases of research are planned/performed, when residue samples are shipped to the analytical laboratory, when samples are analyzed by the laboratory and when research reports are received. Communicate with numerous individuals to maintain involvement in all facets of the research. Also responsible to critically review and scientifically assess the data/data reports associated with the studies in a timely manner to ensure that the research was performed appropriately and according to protocol. Review includes the test substance application rates, application timing of the test substance collection of adequate residue samples, and appropriate storage of samples before and during shipping to the laboratory, review of the analytical data including the analytical summary report. All findings of the Quality Assurance unit must be promptly address.
    3. Data package development (30%): Independently develop approx. 10 “submission ready” data packages annually utilizing established national (US EPA-OPPTS GUIDELINES) and/or international standards (e.g. UN FAO-Joint Meeting on Pesticide Residues). Expectations are that the incumbent:
      1. Prepare quality reports that are easily reviewed by all parties (Quality Assurance Unit, IR-4 Management, Cooperating Company, US EPA, others). When something is missing, identify the gap, solicit information and/or data for performing facilities in order to close data gaps, then compose summaries and existing data/info in correct format. This must be completed under IR-4 established timelines.
      2. Maximize value of existing research through the use of extrapolation models and crop groups, reduced data requirement proposals, and/or broad use pattern. Communicate with personnel in all facets of the project in a professional manner to complete projects in accordance with timelines.
      3. Assist other Study Directors in preparing reports and interpreting data.
    4. Other responsibilities as assigned (10%): Attend IR-4, grower, and professional meetings, make presentations and join committees of appropriate groups. Assist other Study Directors and Senior Study Director & Scheduling Manager in completion of projects. Work in cooperative manner with other individuals at Headquarters and elsewhere. General duties at IR-4 Headquarters include maintaining support for the office and research programs.

    Additional Information

    Job City & State: Raleigh, NC

    Mandatory/Non-Mandatory Designation

    Pursuant to NC State REG 04.20.07 (Adverse Weather and Other Emergency Event Conditions), each position at NC State should be designated as either mandatory or non-mandatory for both adverse weather and other emergency event conditions. Please refer to section 3 of the regulations for mandatory and non-mandatory employee definitions.

    Adverse Weather: Non Mandatory - Adverse Weather

    Emergency Event Conditions: Non Mandatory - Emergency Event

    Work Schedule: 40 hours/week

    Referenced Minimum Experience/Education       

    Master of Science or PhD degree in analytical chemistry, the plant protection sciences (Entomology, Plant Pathology, Weed Science), horticulture, or related area, and at least 3 years of experience in applied pest management research/regulatory sciences; or Bachelor of Science degree and at least 10 years’ experience in chemistry or the applied pest management research/regulatory sciences.

    Preferred Experience, Skills, Training, Education           

    Documented training and experience with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Good Laboratory Practice Regulations and independent project directorship.

    Required License or Certification

    Valid NC driver’s license or the ability to obtain with 60 days of start.

    How to Apply

    To apply for the Project Director – Study Director position, please visit:

    https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/127846

  • Principal Entomologist

    Primary Function of Organizational Unit     

    The primary function of the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service (NCARS) unit is to develop the knowledge and technology needed to improve productivity, profitability and sustainability of industries in agriculture and the life sciences; develop ways to conserve and improve the state’s natural resources and environment; improve the health, well-being and quality of life of North Carolina’s citizens; and provide the science based research for academic and extension programs. 

    Position Description/General Scope of Duties     

    The Principal Entomologist position will be a integral part of the IR-4 Research Unit. The position will be expected to:

    Manage the technical handling of new IR-4 Request for Assistance for products that manage insects and other arthropod pests (40%):

    • Critically review and provide comments all new IR-4 Request for Assistance (PRs) with insecticides regulators in IR-4’s Food Program, including request for residue research, product performance and integrated solutions projects. Perform same function for new Request for Assistance within the Environmental Horticulture Program when needed.
      • Interpret if the proposed use pattern in the Request for Assistance is covered by existing registrations. If the use is not registered the incumbent must develop a research plan to develop the data required for registration.
    • Send formal IR-4 inquiry to cooperating company (owner of pest management technology) explaining justification of assessment and determine if the company is interesting in registering the use. Based on assessment of existing data, develop and share recommendations to the company on proposed next steps needed for successful registration.
    • Receive and review comments from company. If appropriate, develop a response and/or provide clarity or additional information.
    • Attend annual company meeting as part of the IR-4 Project team. On behalf of IR-4 lead all discussions about products that can be used to manage insects and other arthropods.
    • Develop a potential list of open/research projects with insecticides and other technology that manages insects/arthropods for consideration in the initial steps of IR-4 priority setting.
      • Contact IR-4 network of researchers to inquire about initial and preliminary results of their research. Encourage the submission of new requests if products are showing significant promise.
      • Follow-up with companies to ensure the most up-to-date information is in the IR-4 databases.
      • Participate in regional conference call and meetings to assist in preliminary priority setting activities.
    • Manage the discussions and subsequent development of priorities about national and regional projects that manage insects/arthropods at the IR-4 priority setting workshops. Develop and distribute information that assists stakeholders in their selection of the safest and most effective products.
    • Assist stakeholders in the development of Priority Upgrade Proposals and Regional Upgrades.
    • Participate in selection of national Priority Upgrade Proposals and Regional Upgrades.

     Manage IR-4’s national efforts with product performance and integrated solutions research with insecticides and other insect management technology (30%):

    • Actively solicit information from IR-4’s national/international network of entomologist to gather information that is relevant products in research protocols and studies. Review preliminary data and develop extrapolation plans.
    • Draft all efficacy and crop safety protocols used in IR-4’s research with insecticides.
    • Draft all Integrated Solutions protocols used in IR-4’s research with insecticides.
    • Provide guidance and answer questions by research community in regards to IR-4’s research protocols.
    • Visit some of IR-4’s key research sites throughout the United States to assess performance of products in tests.
    • Review the results of research, checking at first was the research performed according to provisions in the protocol. 
    • Develop a summary report of the national/international research. Transmit research summary reports to appropriate companies and other stakeholders.

    Support for Residue Research Program with Insecticides (15%):

    • Working with the assigned study director draft the directions for use section in IR-4 GLP residue studies with insecticides.
    • During the conduct of the study, assist the study director with any questions/issues on insecticides, crop injury or general crop biology.
    • Draft the public interest finding section of petition and discuss the existing product comparison, product performance and biology attributes.

     Represent IR-4 and various regional, national and international meetings and conferences regarding IR-4 activities to manage insects/arthropods (10%):

    • Attend the annual Entomology Society of America meeting. Participate on relevant committees.
    • As resources are available, attend other relevant section and/or international entomology meetings.
    • Field questions from stakeholders on insecticides. Serve as resource individual to stakeholders in entomology issues.

    Other activities involving insecticides (5%):

    • Ensure that IR-4 database with insecticides is accurate and up-to-date.
      • Monitor and assess new registrations and provide closure to open files when the new uses are approved.
      • Follow up on labels after tolerances are set.
    • Keep track all new insecticide technology with information available for multiple resources.
      • Utilize knowledge to provide stakeholders with sound recommendations on products that may solve problems.
    •  As part of the IR-4 team assist with the education of involving entomology including formal lectures on insecticide technology, regulatory affairs, graduate student, etc. 

    Additional Information

    Job City & State: Raleigh, NC

    Mandatory/Non-Mandatory Designation

    Pursuant to NC State REG 04.20.07 (Adverse Weather and Other Emergency Event Conditions), each position at NC State should be designated as either mandatory or non-mandatory for both adverse weather and other emergency event conditions. Please refer to section 3 of the regulations for mandatory and non-mandatory employee definitions.

    Work Schedule: 40 hours/week Currently: blank 

    Proposed Minimum Experience/Education

    • PhD in Entomology or another pest management area (Weed Science, Plant Pathology), horticulture, agronomy, chemistry or related area with at least 8 years of direct experience in applied weed science/pest management research or regulatory sciences, or a Masters of Science degree in one of the above areas with at least 10 years of direct experience in applied weed science/pest management research or regulatory sciences.

    Preferred Experience, Skills, Training, Education        

    • Experience with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Good Laboratory Practice Regulations. 

    Required License or Certification

    • Valid NC driver’s license or the ability to obtain within 60 days of start. 

    How to Apply

    To apply for the Principal Entomologist position, please visit:

    https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/127875

  • Principal Weed Scientist

    Primary Function of Organizational Unit

    The primary function of the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service (NCARS) unit is to develop the knowledge and technology needed to improve productivity, profitability and sustainability of industries in agriculture and the life sciences; develop ways to conserve and improve the state’s natural resources and environment; improve the health, well-being and quality of life of North Carolina’s citizens; and provide the science based research for academic and extension programs.

     Position Description/General Scope of Duties     

    The Principal Weed Scientist position will be a integral part of the IR-4 Research Unit. The position will be expected to:

    Manage the technical handling of new IR-4 Request for Assistance for products that manage weeds or control the growth of plants (PGRs or Plant Growth Regulators) (40%):

    • Critically review and provide comments all new IR-4 Request for Assistance (PRs) with herbicides and plant growth regulators in IR-4’s Food Program, including request for residue research, product performance and integrated solutions projects. Perform same function for new Request for Assistance within the Environmental Horticulture Program when needed.
      • Interpret if the proposed use pattern in the Request for Assistance is covered by existing registrations. If the use is not registered the incumbent must develop a research plan to develop the data required for registration.
    • Send formal IR-4 inquiry to cooperating company (owner of pest management technology) explaining justification of assessment and survey if the company is interesting in registering the use. Based on assessment of existing data, develop and share recommendations to the company on proposed next steps needed for successful registration.
    • Receive and review comments from company. If appropriate, develop a response and/or provide clarity or additional information.
    • Attend annual company meeting as part of the IR-4 team. On behalf of IR-4 lead all discussions about products that can be used to manage weeds and modify the growth of plants.
    • Develop a potential list of open/research projects with herbicides, PGRs and other technology that manages weeds for consideration in the initial steps of IR-4 priority setting.
      • Contact IR-4 network of researchers to inquire about initial and preliminary results of their research. Encourage the submission of new requests if products are showing significant promise.
      • Follow-up with companies to ensure the most up-to-date information is in the IR-4 databases.
      • Participate in regional conference call and meetings to assist in preliminary priority setting activities.
    • Manage the discussions and subsequent development of priorities about national and regional projects that manage weeds at the IR-4 priority setting workshops. Develop and distribute information that assists stakeholders in their selection of the safest and most effective products.
    • Assist stakeholders in the development of Priority Upgrade Proposals and Regional Upgrades.
    • Participate in selection of national Priority Upgrade Proposals and Regional Upgrades.

     Manage IR-4’s national efforts with product performance and integrated solutions research with herbicides, plant growth regulators and other weed management technology (30%): 

    • Actively solicit information from IR-4’s national/international network of weed scientists to gather information that is relevant products in research protocols and studies. Review preliminary data and develop extrapolation plans.
    • Draft all efficacy and crop safety protocols used in IR-4’s research with herbicides and plant growth regulators.
    • Draft all Integrated Solutions protocols used in IR-4’s research with herbicides and plant growth regulators.
    • Provide guidance and answer questions by research community in regards to IR-4’s research protocols.
    • Visit some of IR-4’s key research sites throughout the United States to assess performance of products in tests.
    • Review the results of research, checking at first was the research performed according to provisions in the protocol.
    • Develop a summary report of the national/international research. Transmit research summary reports to appropriate companies and other stakeholders.

    Support for Residue Research Program with Herbicides and PGRs (15%):

    • Working with the assigned study director draft the directions for use section in IR-4 GLP residue studies with herbicides and plant growth regulators.
    • During the conduct of the study, assist the study director with any questions/issues on herbicide performance, crop injury or general crop biology.
    • Draft the public interest finding section of petition and discuss the existing product comparison, product performance and biology attributes.

      Represent IR-4 and various regional, national and international meetings and conferences regarding IR-4 activities to manage weeds and/or control plant growth (10%):

    • Attend the annual Weed Science Society of America meeting. Participate on relevant committees such as Herbicides for Minor Use Committee.
    • As resources are available, attend other relevant regional and/or international weed science meetings.
    • Field questions from stakeholders on herbicides. Serve as resource individual to stakeholders in weed management issues.

    Other activities involving herbicides/PGRs (5%):

    • Ensure that IR-4 database with herbicides and plant growth regulators is accurate and up-to-date.
      • Monitor and assess new registrations and provide closure to open files when the new uses are approved.
      • Follow up on labels after tolerances are set.
    • Keep track all new herbicide technology with information available for multiple resources.
      • Utilize knowledge to provide stakeholders with sound recommendations on products that may solve problems.
    • As part of the IR-4 team assist with the education of involving weed science including formal lectures on herbicide technology, regulatory affairs, weed contests, etc.

    Additional Information

    Job City & State: Raleigh, NC Currently

    Mandatory/Non-Mandatory Designation

    Pursuant to NC State REG 04.20.07 (Adverse Weather and Other Emergency Event Conditions), each position at NC State should be designated as either mandatory or non-mandatory for both adverse weather and other emergency event conditions. Please refer to section 3 of the regulations for mandatory and non-mandatory employee definitions.

    Work Schedule: 40 hours/week

    Proposed Minimum Education/Experience

    • PhD in Weed Science or another one of the pest management areas (Entomology, Plant Pathology), horticulture, agronomy, chemistry or related area with at least 8 years of direct experience in applied weed science/pest management research or regulatory sciences, or a Masters of Science degree in areas stated above with at least 10 years of direct experience in applied weed science/pest management research or regulatory sciences.

    Preferred Experience, Skills, Training, Education

    • Experience with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Good Laboratory Practice Regulations.

    Required License or Certification         

    • Valid NC driver’s license or the ability to obtain within 60 days of start.

     How to Apply

    To apply for the Principal Weed Scientist position, please visit:

    https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/127869

Posted January 10, 2020


3 Positions in Mars Astrobiology Lab - Merritt Island, FL

University of Florida - Plant Pathology
  • Details

    Location

    Space Life Sciences Lab at Exploration Park, Merritt Island, FL

    Deadline

    March 1, 2020

    Topic: Bacterial Survival, Metabolism, & Growth under Simulated Space Conditions

    Position #1: Part-time lab assistant (up to 20 hrs/wk) beginning on January 15, 2020, or shortly thereafter.

    Position #2: Full-time summer internship on bacterial survival under simulated space conditions (10 weeks) beginning on June 1, 2020.

    Position #3: Full-time lab assistant (for up to 3 years); beginning on May 15, 2020.

    Mentors: Dr. Andrew C. Schuerger (PI; schuerg@ufl.edu) and Dr. Petra Schwendner (post-doc; petra.schwendner@ufl.edu), 505 Odyssey Way, Space Life Sciences Lab at Exploration Park, Merritt Island, FL 32899; 321-261-3774 [adjacent to the Kennedy Space Center, FL].

    All three positions involve activities studying the metabolism, growth, and adaptation of Earth bacteria to simulated Martian conditions and/or the survival of bacteria under biocidal interplanetary space conditions.

    Mars Astrobiology Research: The search for life on Mars will be enhanced by characterizing the limits of growth of terrestrial microorganisms under simulated Martian conditions.  We have successfully grown bacteria under Martian conditions at 7 mbar, 0oC, and CO2-enriched hypoxic atmospheres [see Schuerger et al. (2013), Astrobiology 13(2), 115-131; and Schuerger and Nicholson, (2016), Astrobiology, 16(2), 964-976].  Ongoing experiments have identified a total of 31 hypopiezotolerant bacteria (i.e., bacteria that tolerate low-pressures) from diverse soils including Siberian permafrost, Arctic soils, and alpine soils.  Future research will focus on characterizing the limits of growth for the hypopiezotolerant bacteria under increasingly complex simulations of the harsh Martian surface.

    Microbial Survival in Interplanetary Space: All planetary spacecraft spend some portion of their mission cruising through interplanetary space exposed to harsh conditions of low pressure, dramatic high/low temperature fluctuations, extreme desiccation, high solar UV irradiation, and ionizing radiation.  Future research will characterize the synergistic effects of high vacuum, solar heating, solar UV irradiation, and ionizing radiation (particularly Position #3) on the survival of bacteria that might be adhered to spacecraft surfaces.

    Job activities for all positions will include (but are not limited to): (1) setting up experimental equipment (e.g., a Mars simulation chamber), (2) preparation of research consumables (e.g., media, reagents, sterilizing tools, cleaning glassware, etc.), (3) monitoring ongoing experiments, (4) collecting publication-quality data, (5) plotting summarized data, and (6) analyzing data (when applicable).  Schuerger’s 1000 sq ft lab is outfitted with a Mars simulation chamber, several low-pressure growing systems, an anaerobic glove box, and all required equipment for the research described above. 

    Position #1 has flexible hours up to 20 hrs/week ($15.00/hr) during the Spring 2020 school semester.  Position #2 will be a 10-week summer internship opportunity to work on the above experiments ($15.00/hr).  Position #3 will focus on the survival of bacteria under interplanetary space conditions and will be a full time position for up to 3 years (based on the annual renewal of the NASA grant; salary will be commensurate with experience). 

    _____________________________________________________________________________________

    All applicants for Positions #1 and #3 should send a PDF of their current CV or resume to Dr. Andrew Schuerger at schuerg@ufl.edu.  Applicants for Position #2 should submit a CV to Dr. Petra Schwendner at petra.schwendner@ufl.edu. Applicants with experience in microbiology and astrobiology are desired, but not required.  High grades and an enthusiastic personality are required.  Successful candidates must have independent means of traveling (an automobile, or similar) to and from the Space Life Sciences Center adjacent to the Kennedy Space Center, FL.  A microbiology, cell biology, or similar B.S. or M.S. degree is required for Position #3.  Deadlines for all 3 positions are: March 1, 2020.

Posted January 9, 2020


Assistant Professor - Connected Technologies in Agricultural Applications - Blacksburg, VA

Virginia Tech Institute and University - School of Plant & Environmental Sci
  • Details

    Location

    Blacksburg, Virginia

    Deadline

    Open Until Filled

    Job no: 512093
    Work type: Teaching & Research Faculty
    Senior management: Agriculture & Life Sciences
    Department: School of Plant & Environmental Sci
    Location: Blacksburg Area
    Categories: Agriculture / Life Science

    Job Description

    Virginia Tech College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) is seeking applicants for two tenure track positions in Connected Technologies in Agricultural Applications as part of its SmartFarm Innovation Network faculty cluster hire. The cluster hire of 13 new faculty positions will be filled over multiple years within several academic units and Agricultural Research and Extension Centers. Collaborations of cluster hires and existing faculty will enhance interdisciplinary flagship programs at the nexus of digital, biological, social, and physical sciences and engineering with application to agriculture, food, and natural resources. This ambitious vision will create a statewide network of interconnected faculty, partners, and resources for scientific discovery and developing and deploying new technologies. The goal is to increase overall efficiency, resiliency, sustainability, and economic value of food, agriculture production systems, and natural resources and expand Virginia Tech’s global leadership in this rapidly evolving domain.

    The School of Plant and Environmental Sciences (SPES) at Virginia Tech seeks to fill two academic year (9-month) tenure-track faculty positions in Connected Technologies in Agricultural Applications at the Assistant Professor rank with responsibilities in research and teaching. The incumbents will conduct research on the application of autonomous, semi -autonomous, robotic, remote sensing, and smart systems in, but not limited to, agronomic crops, specialty crops, or agricultural soil and water systems. Research may include but is not limited to soil water management, nutrient management, weed management, pathogen detection & management, planting and harvesting. The incumbents are expected to work collaboratively across academic units at Virginia Tech and with national or international collaborations. The individuals will cooperatively develop and teach new classes related to connected technologies in agriculture. A Ph.D. in plant science, soil science, engineering, or a closely related discipline is required. Demonstrated experience in the use of connected technologies is required. A commitment to mentoring students, diversity and inclusion is required. To obtain more information and to apply for this position go to [Job #512093 at https://www.jobs.vt.edu].  Review of applications will begin on January 6, 2020 and will continue until the position is filled.

    Responsibilities: The incumbents will develop an internationally recognized program in the use of connected technologies in agricultural systems. The incumbents are expected to obtain extramural funding and publish research in peered-reviewed journals appropriate to the discipline. The incumbents are expected to work cooperatively with other SPES faculty, faculty in other units and programs at Virginia Tech and other universities. The incumbent will be expected to recruit and mentor graduate students and teach classes related to connected technologies in agriculture.

    Candidates must submit on-line (https://www.jobs.vt.edu) a cover letter, curricula vitae, statements of research and teaching interests, and the contact information for three professional references.

    Required Qualifications

    A Ph.D. in plant science, soil science, engineering, or a closely related discipline is required. Experience in the use of connected technologies such as but not limited to autonomous, semi-autonomous, and smart systems, data analytics, or advanced sensing technologies in agriculture is required. A commitment to mentoring students, diversity and inclusion is required.

    Preferred Qualifications

    Specific experience with connected technologies in agronomic crops, specialty crops, or soil systems is desirable. A record of publication in the area of connected technologies and grantsmanship are desirable. Teaching experience is desirable.

    Salary Information

    Commensurate with Experience

    Review Date

    January 6, 2020

    Additional Information

    The successful Candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check

    About Virginia Tech

    Virginia Tech is a public land-grant university, committed to teaching and learning, research, and outreach to the Commonwealth of Virginia, the nation, and the world. Building on its motto of Ut Prosim (that I may serve), Virginia Tech is dedicated to InclusiveVT—serving in the spirit of community, diversity, and excellence. We seek candidates who adopt and practice the Principles of Community, which are fundamental to our on-going efforts to increase access and inclusion, and to create a community that nurtures learning and growth for all of its members. Virginia Tech actively seeks a broad spectrum of candidates to join our community in preparing leaders for the world.

    Virginia Tech does not discriminate against employees, students, or applicants on the basis of age, color, disability, sex (including pregnancy), gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status, or otherwise discriminate against employees or applicants who inquire about, discuss, or disclose their compensation or the compensation of other employees or applicants, or on any other basis protected by law.

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Posted December 9, 2019