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We at Opportunity@Work are a close knit group with a strong passion for re-wiring the labor market. We offer both a diverse and inclusive work environment and an opportunity to make a nationwide impact.  

Open positions are listed below.

Opportunity@Work is an equal opportunity employer and offers a generous and competitive benefits package.

OPEN POSITIONS


VICE PRESIDENT OF PRODUCT

LOCATION: WASHINGTON D.C.

About Opportunity@Work

Opportunity@Work is a nonprofit social enterprise with a mission to expand access to career opportunities so that all Americans can work, learn, and earn to their full potential in a dynamic economy. Our work is anchored by three pillars: transforming hiring practices, expanding learning pathways, and pioneering talent financing. We build partnerships with employers, community organizations, civic leadership and job seekers to create pathways to meaningful jobs and fulfilling careers. 

Opportunity@Work’s flagship initiative, TechHire, is a place-based initiative that supports diverse job seekers in learning in-demand tech skills and starting great careers. TechHire is active in 72 communities across the country, and has already engaged 1k+ employers and 200+ training providers, resulting in job placements for 4000+ individuals. By 2025, Opportunity@Work will empower over 1 million Americans, creating $20+ billion per year of additional earnings.

About the role

As the Vice President of Product, you will develop the vision, architect the strategy, and lead the development of a cloud-based multi-sided labor marketplace designed to enable skills-based, inclusive hiring that reaches millions of Americans. With over 4,000 individuals already supported in landing well-paying jobs, the TechHire movement is demonstrating on the ground what an inclusive labor market can look like. A tech-enabled marketplace, with participation from employers, education providers, and individual job seekers, will enable our impact to scale to reach millions of individuals. 

Expanding access to career-path jobs within the innovation economy is not only a social imperative, but is now also a hot-button political issue attracting tremendous energy for action from high-profile players across sectors, including leading technology companies in Silicon Valley and beyond. Opportunity@Work is strongly positioned to the be the catalyst channeling this desire for action into a single scalable, tech-enabled solution.

As Opportunity@Work’s first VP Product, you will have a broad mandate to define the role of technology in our strategy, and the opportunity to leverage national partnerships to radically accelerate our progress towards our ambitious impact goals. 
Reporting directly to the President and Co-Founder, you will develop and grow the in-house product and engineering team and function to achieve Opportunity@Work’s mission. 

You will:

  • Align technology and product strategy to execute the organization's vision for a multi-sided labor marketplace designed for inclusive and skills-based hiring
  • Craft strategy for how we achieve that vision, including defining interfaces with a diverse array of relevant tools and players (e.g., job boards used by job seekers, applicant tracking systems used by employers)
  • Provide infrastructure decisions ensuring technical excellence, versatility and scalability of our engineering/architecting product solutions and managing delivery
  • Collaborate with teams across Opportunity@Work to further deepen our understanding of marketplace users – especially overlooked and underrepresented skill-seekers and job-seekers– and practice of user-centric design 
  • Define and execute the roadmap that will create first a marketplace MVP, and then chart the course from MVP to scale
  • Mentor our talented and passionate in-house product team to ensure personal and professional growth 
  • Manage and grow our product and engineering teams and conduct performance reviews
  • Manage business relationships with our partners and clients  
  • Review partners, platforms and tools to determine their relevance, usefulness and reliability  
  • Promote agile development, ensuring that product and engineering resources are effectively focused on high-impact, measurable experiments
  • Create and lead a technology advisory board for Opportunity@Work comprised of the best minds from the companies with most success in building multi-sided marketplace 

About you

You are passionate about using technology in service of the most pressing and complex social challenges. You  excel at translating ambitious goals into a product vision and defining and executing against product roadmaps. You are a seasoned leader with deep experience in leading agile product development teams, with a track record of building consumer products that reach and serve millions of users. 

You have a track record of demonstrating excellence across the following functions and skills:

  • Growing and leading product and engineering teams in high-growth environments, both in effectively bringing new products to market and driving it to scale
  • Leading strategically aligned and operationally efficient agile product development processes
  • Strategic smarts, including the ability to identify new opportunities, drive clarity, create focus, and make tough decisions in complex and dynamic contexts
  • Effectiveness in working closely with engineers to translate broad product vision into concrete technical needs
  • Technical proficiency to fully grok the engineering level-of-effort of different solutions and to find practical, efficient product development paths
  • User-driven approach demonstrated through past work on products users love, including effectively designing for users of diverse socio-economic and educational backgrounds
  • Strong communication, influence and cross-functional collaboration skills
  • Implement our technological vision throughout cross-functional teams
  • Develop and budget long-term technical roadmap
  • Communicate and implement our product and technology strategy
  • Develops the staff to meet the changing needs of the organization in regard to new projects and technologies.
  • Aligns technology and product objectives and programs with the organization's overall vision, strategies, and objectives.
  • Prepares and manages an annual operational budget.
  • Manages the process to prioritize and approve projects enabled by product and engineering Team.

In addition, you have experience in building multi-sided marketplaces and/or can rapidly articulate and execute a plan for how to engage senior leaders from the the most successful marketplaces in shaping our strategy.

You should also have:

Passion for our mission: You care deeply about workforce, social justice and inclusive training/hiring related issues.

Clear communication: You have good written and verbal communication skills with the ability to synthesize complex information into simple and engaging terms with your audience in mind.

People-centered approach: You enjoy engaging with people and have a talent for building and managing strong relationships that achieve outcomes. You are comfortable working in teams and can build rapport with people from diverse backgrounds and perspectives and use a human centered design approach to your work.

How to Apply:

Please submit a resume and short cover letter in PDF or Microsoft Word format. We value past demonstrations of skill above all else. If possible, include detailed samples of previous work (full descriptions of relevant past projects are also highly valued as demonstrations of experience). 

We will only review complete applications! In your cover letter, please include an answer to why you believe that you would be a good fit for this role in our organization (e.g., your strengths and major contributions that best describe your abilities). 

Applications will remain open until the position is filled.

Send your application as an email attachment with the words ‘VP of Product Application’ in the subject line to: JoinUs@opportunityatwork.org

You may also mail your application to:
Opportunity@Work, Inc.
1111 19th Street NW, Suite 1180
Washington, DC 20036
Attn: Senior Vice President

Opportunity@Work is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce at all levels of the organization. We value and encourage the contributions of our employees and strive to create an environment where everyone can reach their full potential and drive outstanding results. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, gender identity or expression, or any other basis protected by local, state, or federal law. This policy applies with regard to all aspects of one’s employment, including hiring, transfer, promotion, compensation, eligibility for benefits and termination.

Accommodations: 
Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities in all phases of the application and employment process.


Fall INTERNSHIP - PAID

LOCATION:
WASHINGTON, DC

About Opportunity@Work:

Based in Washington, DC, Opportunity@Work is a nonprofit social enterprise with a mission to expand access to career opportunities so that all Americans can work, learn, and earn to their full potential in a dynamic economy.

Opportunity@Work has a vision for a labor market where job seekers who have the potential to perform a job successfully, have the opportunity to obtain that job. In this “re-wired” labor market:

  • Hiring decisions are made based on an individual’s ability to demonstrate skill and readiness

  • Training is accessible to anyone with the aptitude and drive to learn a skill

  • Talent financing to be based on potential and linked directly to learning outcomes

Launched in 2015, Opportunity@Work’s flagship project, TechHire, aims to enable widespread adoption of inclusive hiring practices and accelerated training into well-paying IT jobs across all industries. Over half a million such jobs are open today, with employer demand growing faster than traditional education and training programs. Beginning with the TechHire initiative, Opportunity@Work is working with a range of technology, private sector and philanthropic partners to create freely available tools to streamline the sign-up and participation of thousands of employers (with 72 communities and over 1,000 employers already signed on) in inclusive hiring and to facilitate a nationwide learning network to rapidly improve the TechHire initiative’s impact.

Opportunity@Work has been featured in publications including the New York Times (“How to Beat the Bots,” by Tom Friedman).

Role Details

Opportunity@Work is hiring for Fall (Sept - Dec 2017) paid, full-time internships. In a lean startup environment, the intern should be confident in playing multiple roles as needed and exploring opportunities to add value. We are a small but rapidly growing team. As such, the intern will have access to and work alongside all members of the organization, from the most senior to most junior Team members. The intern will participate in key meetings and will have the opportunity to take on mini-projects of their own connected to larger team deliverables.

What We’re Looking For

The intern will complete projects and special assignments by establishing objectives, determining priorities and monitoring progress. The intern should be confident, well organized, mature and bring a range of additional skills, from research and analysis, to writing and content management. A willingness to take initiative and a drive to learn would be especially advantageous.

You should also have:

  • Passion for our mission: You care deeply about work force, social justice and inclusive training/hiring related issues.

  • Comfort with a blank canvas: You feel you can thrive in an environment with ambiguity, and you are excited about the opportunity to build an initiative from scratch. You’re hard working, and bring grit and resolve to your work.

  • People-Centered Approach: You enjoy engaging with people and have a talent for building and managing strong relationships that achieve outcomes. You are an excellent listener who can build rapport with people from diverse backgrounds and perspectives and use a human-centered design approach to your work.

  • Clear Communication: You have exceptional written and verbal communication skills with the ability to synthesize complex information into simple and engaging terms with your audience in mind.

  • Tech-Savvy and Organized: You are comfortable using digital tools like the Microsoft Office Suite, Twitter and Facebook. You are highly organized and can handle multiple and competing priorities in a fast-paced environment.

  • Experience: You have proven experience in results-oriented relationship management, and demonstrated strong project management skills and ability to think critically and creatively, work independently, take initiative and problem solve.

How to Apply

Please submit a resume and a cover letter in either Microsoft Word or PDF format. Feel free to attach letters of reference or any other information that you feel helps describe your experience and qualifications. Internships will take place at our office in Washington, DC. 

1. Send your application as an email attachment with the words ‘Fall Internship Application’ in the subject line to: JoinUs@opportunityatwork.org (preferred method)

OR

2. Mail your application to:  

Opportunity@Work, Inc.

1111 19th St, NW - Ste. 1180

Washington, DC 20036

Attn: Yolanda Townsend

Accommodations:

Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities in all phases of the application and employment process.  

Opportunity@Work, Inc.

An Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer


Senior Software Developer

Location: Washington, DC

About Us:

Opportunity@Work is a nonprofit social enterprise with a mission to expand access to career opportunities so that all Americans can work, learn, and earn to their full potential in a dynamic economy. Our work is anchored by three pillars: transforming hiring practices, expanding learning pathways, and pioneering talent financing. Critical to the support and acceleration of this work, Opportunity@Work is building a platform utilizing assessments and volunteer coaches to help individuals showcase their skills so that employers committed to inclusion can find and hire talent. This multi-sided marketplace would bring together community organizations, civic leadership, and employers to support an individual at every point in their career journey from exploration to leveling up in a career.  

The platform complements the work of Opportunity@Work’s flagship initiative, TechHire, a place-based initiative that supports diverse job seekers in learning in-demand tech skills and starting great careers. TechHire is active in 72 communities across the country, and has already engaged 1k+ employers and 200+ training providers, resulting in job placements for 4,000+ individuals.

About the Role:

We are looking for an experienced developer who will work with our small in-house product and engineering team to realize a vision of this multi-sided labor marketplace designed to enable skills-based, inclusive hiring that reaches millions of Americans. You will also provide technical leadership and direction to the organization while mentoring and building out the engineering team.

You will:

  • Take on a leadership role in the organization and work with the executive team to identify opportunities and needs in technology and development capacity.

  • Collaborate with technical and nontechnical teammates across Opportunity@Work, providing technical feedback and mentorship around best practices

  • Inform technical trade-offs and possible product paths for development strategy

  • Mentor and guide junior members of the development team

  • Develop technical solutions according to specification

  • Help translate broader product vision into possible technological solutions

  • Help interpret feedback from user testing sessions into actionable advice

  • Help define interfaces with the diverse array of relevant tools and players (e.g., job boards used by job seekers, applicant tracking systems used by employers)

  • Help architect the technical course of the platform from MVP to reliable scale


About You:

You are passionate about using technology in service of the most pressing and complex social challenges. You are experienced in working and leading in agile product development teams. You have experience with and a track record of demonstrating excellence across the following skills and technologies:

  • Front-end web development (HTML, CSS, Bootstrap)

  • Back-end data architecture (API design)

  • Object-oriented programming and at least one modern web framework (we use Ruby on Rails)

  • Managing the software development lifecycle within a team; agile development

  • Making smart tradeoffs of efficiency/speed/reliability/maintainability

  • Following software development best practices (automated testing, code comments, etc)

  • Collaborating with nontechnical partners to effectively communicate technical outcomes

  • Taking a user-driven approach, finding effective solutions for users of diverse socioeconomic and educational backgrounds

You should also have:

Passion for our mission: You care deeply about workforce, social justice and inclusive training/hiring related issues.

Clear communication: You have good written and verbal communication skills with the ability to synthesize complex information into simple and engaging terms with your audience in mind.

People-centered approach: You enjoy engaging with people and have a talent for building and managing strong relationships that achieve outcomes. You are comfortable working in teams and can build rapport with people from diverse backgrounds and perspectives and use a human centered design approach to your work.

How to Apply:

Please submit a resume and short cover letter in PDF or Microsoft Word format by email to joinus@opportunityatwork.org. Subject Line should read “Senior Software Developer”. Applications will close on September 1 , 2017. We value past demonstrations of skill above all else. If possible, include detailed samples of previous work, e.g. a GitHub profile or repository link. Full descriptions of relevant past projects are also highly valued as demonstrations of experience.

We will only review complete applications! In your cover letter, please include an answer to why you believe that you would be a good fit for this role in our organization (e.g., your strengths and major contributions that best describe your abilities).

You may also mail your application to:

Opportunity@Work, Inc.

1111 19th Street NW, Suite 1180

Washington, DC 20036

Attn: Senior Vice President

Accommodations:

Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities in all phases of the application and employment process.


Senior business project manager

Location: Washington, DC

About Opportunity@Work:

Opportunity@Work is a nonprofit social enterprise with a mission to expand access to career opportunities so that all Americans can work, learn, and earn to their full potential in a dynamic economy.  Our work is anchored by three pillars: transforming hiring practices, expanding learning pathways, and pioneering talent financing. With these three pillars, Opportunity@Work and our partners will equip Americans currently overlooked by today’s labor market practices to build, to demonstrate, and to be hired based on their skills into well-paid, in-demand jobs and careers across the country.

In a fast-paced and ever-changing world, we are working to ensure that the labor market works for all Americans. We build partnerships with employers, community organizations, civic leadership to create pathways to meaningful jobs and fulfilling careers.

We are developing a “talent alliance,” a network of employers committed to skills-based hiring and supporting our work through public advocacy of skills-based hiring and financial resources. Specifically, Opportunity@Work is building ways for individuals to demonstrate their skills and be connected with employers and education/training providers through an online platform, as well as innovative financing models that make training programs more accessible and affordable for individuals. TechHire, our flagship project, is a place-based initiative that supports diverse job seekers in learning in-demand tech skills and starting great careers. TechHire (currently active in 72 communities across the country) has already engaged 1000+ employers and 200+ training providers, resulting in job placements for 4,000+ individuals.

About the Role:

Opportunity@Work is looking to hire an outstanding professional with strong interest at the intersection of social entrepreneurship, education and training, and workforce development. The successful candidate will thrive in a fast paced, results–oriented, collaborative environment and support and work closely with Opportunity@Work’s Leadership Team.  The Senior Business Project Manager role is an excellent opportunity for individuals with strong problem-solving skills, initiative, attention to detail, ability to manage multiple tasks and the desire to use his or her professional skills to contribute to social impact at scale.

You will report to the VP of Strategy, Business Operations, and Learning. You will support the development of relationships to advance the mission and vision of the organization by building alliances with people, communities, and organizations interested in providing access to career-path jobs for all Americans. You will have visibility across a wide and growing landscape of education/training providers, forward-thinking employers, and civic organizations. You will have the opportunity to develop deep sector knowledge of labor market issues, and innovation in higher education and workforce development. You will develop and manage relationships with organizations working across labor market issues and innovation in higher education and workforce development.

Primary responsibilities will include the following critical elements:

  • Assess, prioritize, and develop strategic partnerships

    • Manage critical functions of a “clearinghouse” for Opportunity@Work new and potential partners, including: outlining “rules of engagement” for each type of partner (e.g., education providers, employers, HR technology companies); refining our partner segmentation; distilling key learnings from partnerships to be able to institutionalize a few models for partnerships

    • Facilitate an organization-wide view of all operating partners, including leading knowledge management around partnership pipeline management

    • Structure prioritization and assessment of a range of innovative partnership models; manage an incoming pipeline of proposals from iconic technology companies, creative employers, and leading non-profits in the field.

    • Gather and synthesize key learnings from new types of partnerships to inform future partnership development, create the case for the partnership (what each party gets out of the partnership), including conducting business analyses to support the business case

    • Conduct research, interviews, and analysis proactively on the landscape of potential partnerships, including financial, industry, policy, and business model analyses; prepare reports to present key takeaways

  • Develop employer relationships

    • Deepen relationships with major US employers already engaged with Opportunity@Work, incorporating their feedback into new initiatives

    • Manage the development of and outreach to a pipeline of top executives of leading US employers, to engage in Opportunity@Work initiatives

    • Develop clear, compelling materials for use in meetings with executives including top management, technical, and HR leaders

  • Manage ongoing strategic planning and business operations

    • Support the translation of organization-wide strategy into operational goals

    • Manage a quarterly process to refine strategy, revisit goals, and improve business processes based on learning and outcomes

    • Support the Leadership Team on strategic, high priority projects

 

The candidate should also have:

  • Ability to work well in a collaborative environment

  • Excellent research, writing, editing and analytical skills with the ability to synthesize complex information into simple and engaging terms with your audience in mind

  • Demonstrated ability to think critically and creatively, work independently, take initiative and solve problems

  • A passion for creative and innovative solutions to have social impact at scale

  • A skill set consistent with 5-7 years relevant work experience in related fields such as consulting, project/program management, or applicable demonstration of skills required and ability to deliver effectively

  • Talent for building and managing strong relationships that achieve outcomes, and enjoy engaging with people

  • Exceptional attention to detail, organization skills, time management

  • Familiarity with CRMs such as SalesForce a plus, commitment to learn a must

  • Ability to prioritize competing obligations and consistently meet multiple deadlines

  • Open, flexible, can-do and collaborative attitude

  • Ability to thrive in a fast paced, high volume, results –oriented environment

  • Intellectual curiosity, motivation and a desire to learn on the job

  • Familiarity or interest in relevant policy issues is a plus

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

  • Comfort working in teams; experience building rapport with people from diverse backgrounds and perspectives

Experience Required:

In this role, experience and competence consistent with having supported the strategy and/or development team of a non-profit or corporate relationships office would be valued. A successful candidate will exhibit the competencies for and excitement about working on a fast-paced team to develop strategy and partnerships that allow Opportunity@Work to execute the strategic vision of re-wiring the labor market required.

How to Apply

We look for evidence of your ability to communicate complex ideas in straightforward, intuitive ways, so please include at least one writing sample, presentation or example of any other previous work that may be relevant to this position. Submit (1) a cover letter, (2) your resume, and (3) at least one writing sample or presentation you have created. Candidates without all three items in their submission will not be considered. Please submit your application with the subject line “Senior Business Project Manager” to joinus@opportunityatwork.org.

Applications will close on: September 10, 2017

You may also mail your application to:
Opportunity@Work, Inc.
1111 19th Street NW, Suite 1180
Washington, DC 20036
Attn: Senior Vice President

Accommodations:
Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities in all phases of the application and employment process.
 

Opportunity@Work is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce at all levels of the organization. We value and encourage the contributions of our employees and strive to create an environment where everyone can reach their full potential and drive outstanding results. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, gender identity or expression, or any other basis protected by local, state, or federal law. This policy applies with regard to all aspects of one’s employment, including hiring, transfer, promotion, compensation, eligibility for benefits and termination.


Talent FInancing Manager

Location: Washington, DC

About Opportunity@Work

Opportunity@Work is a nonprofit social enterprise with a mission to expand access to career opportunities so that all Americans can work, learn, and earn to their full potential in a dynamic economy. Our work is anchored by three pillars: transforming hiring practices, expanding learning pathways, and pioneering talent financing. We build partnerships with employers, community organizations, civic leadership and job seekers to create pathways to meaningful jobs and fulfilling careers.

Opportunity@Work’s flagship initiative, TechHire, is a place-based initiative that supports diverse job seekers in learning in-demand tech skills and starting great careers. Active in 72 communities across the country, TechHire has already engaged 1000+ employers and 200+ training providers, resulting in job placements for 4000+ individuals. By 2025, Opportunity@Work will empower over 1 million Americans, creating $20+ billion per year of additional earnings.

About the role:

Opportunity@Work is looking to hire an outstanding professional with strong interest at the intersection of social entrepreneurship, innovative finance and economic mobility. The successful candidate will thrive in a fast paced, results–oriented, collaborative environment and work closely with Opportunity@Work’s Leadership Team. This role is an excellent opportunity for individuals with a combination of strategic thinking underpinned by strong analytical and problem-solving skills, execution orientation, relationship management and the desire to use her or his professional skills to contribute to social impact at scale.

You will be reporting to the Co-Founder and Executive Vice President. As Talent Financing Manager, you will be responsible for the design and implementation of innovative financing mechanisms that allow currently low-income and underrepresented talent to acquire skills and get placed into middle-class, career path jobs. The position focuses on one of our three pillars (pioneering talent financing) to help millions of Americans who are stymied by a financing system for education and training that is not inclusive, outcomes based nor sustainable.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Lead the design and implementation of innovative financing mechanisms & products (e.g., data, product design, capital sources, pilot tests etc.) that are inclusive (provide access to those underserved or locked out today), outcomes based (align incentives around success on learning-to-earning pathway) and sustainable (market-based).

  • Conduct the analysis and diligence needed for design and execution - including developing and analyzing business, financial and underwriting models

  • Manage a small team and external partners to operationalize such mechanisms and products - including the execution of pilot programs to rapidly test, learn and iterate

  • Work closely with the leadership team to develop Opportunity@Work’s talent financing strategic roadmap and shape the field of innovative talent financing

  • Identify, engage and  manage close relationships with external partners and experts needed to achieve talent financing strategic objectives and goals

  • Collaborate and work closely with the teams across Opportunity@Work

About you:

You excel at translating an ambitious mission into a strategic roadmap and executing against this roadmap. You are passionate about using your skills in service of the most pressing and complex social problems.

Specifically, you demonstrate the following:

  • Excellent analytic skills and problem-solving ability - comfortable driving the analysis of financial and business models to underpin design, diligence strategy and operations

  • Data-driven decision-making with ability to pivot quickly based on learnings

  • Entrepreneurial and operational bent - take initiative to push forward even when there is ambiguity, explore new concepts and ideas and translate these into operations to drive execution

  • Manage a team (internal and external) to drive towards a shared goal - including developing work plans, aligning resources against the plan and overseeing the execution of the plan to successful completion and outcome

  • Ability to build trusted relationships with external partners

  • Strong communication, influence and cross-functional collaboration skills

  • Thrive in a fast paced, high volume, results –oriented environment

  • Intellectual curiosity, motivation and a desire to learn on the job

  • Ability to prioritize competing obligations and consistently meet multiple deadlines

  • Open, flexible, can-do and collaborative attitude

  • Domain knowledge and expertise on financing and financial structures and instruments (not required but helpful)

How to Apply:

Please submit a resume and cover letter in PDF or Microsoft Word format. We value past demonstrations of skill above all else. If possible, include detailed samples of previous work (full descriptions of relevant past projects are also highly valued as demonstrations of experience).

We will only review complete applications! In your cover letter, please include an answer to why you believe that you would be a good fit for this role in our organization (e.g., your strengths and major contributions that best describe your abilities). Send your application as an email attachment with the words ‘Talent Financing Manager’ in the subject line to: JoinUs@opportunityatwork.org

Applications will close August 25, 2017.


You may also mail your application to:

Opportunity@Work, Inc.

1111 19th Street NW, Suite 1180

Washington, DC 20036

Attn: Senior Vice President

Opportunity@Work is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce at all levels of the organization. We value and encourage the contributions of our employees and strive to create an environment where everyone can reach their full potential and drive outstanding results. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, gender identity or expression, or any other basis protected by local, state, or federal law. This policy applies with regard to all aspects of one’s employment, including hiring, transfer, promotion, compensation, eligibility for benefits and termination.

Accommodations:

Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities in all phases of the application and employment process.