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  • February 26, 2020 2:03 PM | Mathias Lemos Castillo (Administrator)
    • Madison, WI, USA
    •  8.00 - 10.00
    •  Hourly
    •  Seasonal

     A tuition free culinary education combined with paid work

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    Taliesin Preservation of Spring Green, WI is looking for Food Artisan Immersion Program Participants to join our 2020 seasonal work-study culinary program. Would you like to experience seed-to-compost learning while staying on the Taliesin estate, Frank Lloyd Wright's Wisconsin historical home, and earn $8.00 - $10.00 per hour plus tip share for working part-time in our Riverview Terrace Cafe? Shared housing, family meals while on shift, and tuition-free classes are provided. (There is a $2,000.00 up-front fee to cover the cost of housing on the estate. Participants who successfully complete the program will be refunded $1,000.00 of the fee ***financial assistance may be available) If this sounds like the right culinary work-study program for you, apply for a session today!

    ABOUT TALIESIN PRESERVATION

    As stewards of the Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center, our dual mission is to preserve the cultural, built, and natural environments that comprise the Taliesin property and to conduct educational and cultural programs that provide a greater understanding of his architecture and ideas. We are different from other historic sites because we are not satisfied with just being a museum. We want the estate to stay filled with life.

    For over a century, Taliesin and the surrounding Driftless hills and valleys have served as a laboratory for living. There is an energy here that captures and engages people. And the staff, without exception, is made up of creative people who care passionately about their work and are full of ideas. We are a small organization and, as such, we offer a lot of flexibility and opportunity for people to develop within their areas of interest--and we are invested in their success!

    The Food Artisan Immersion Program builds naturally on this by using an approach to food that integrates ecology, art, craft, community, and region.

    A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A FOOD ARTISAN IMMERSION PROGRAM PARTICIPANT

    As a Food Artisan Immersion Program Participant, you are excited to be part of this amazing program that draws its inspiration from Wright's organic vision that the arts, community, agriculture, food, and learning are integrally connected with the land. You embrace being immersed in the "foodways" concept--the intersection of food in culture, traditions, community, and history. As part of this program that combines compensated part-time hourly employment with a tuition-free curriculum, you share housing on the Taliesin Estate and get to partake in communal meals--immersing yourself in the experience.

    For your paid training, you rotate through all positions at Taliesin's Riverview Terrace Cafe where menus use seasonally inspired ingredients--mainly sourced from the surrounding Driftless region. While working at the cafe, you learn about product origin, kitchen fundamentals, proper food handling, how to read and create recipes, food cost analysis, menu planning, and vendor relationships. In addition to your paid work at the Cafe, you get to participate in free hands-on learning through scheduled "on-location" curriculum activities around the region.

    Curriculum activities include participating in a kitchen garden on the estate, shared group dinners at the Hillside School of Architecture, lectures, guest speaker sessions, book discussions, estate events, art projects, and field trips to area farms and restaurants. This instruction is designed to build skills and confidence in the basics of food service employment, gardening, sustainable agriculture systems, and community advocacy. You will love that you are becoming well-versed in foodservice and hospitality while gaining a greater appreciation and understanding of how to participate with and protect our regional foodways.

    QUALIFICATIONS FOR A FOOD ARTISAN IMMERSION PROGRAM PARTICIPANT

    • Keen interest in learning by doing
    • Commitment to participate in both the paid work and free educational activities
    • Ability to stand for extended periods of time, bend, and lift at least 50 lbs
    • Open to working with all foods, including all types of meat
    • Passion for preparing local, sustainable foods, and being an ambassador for a seed-to-table curriculum

    Do you have a strong work ethic and love for learning? Are you interested in food sources and how to compliment and highlight each ingredient's unique characteristics? Do you possess the curiosity for creative experimentation? Can you take direction and work well with others with varying skillsets? Do you have a strong desire to develop a career in food service or culinary arts? Are you flexible and able to "roll with the flow"? Do you like to interact with new and diverse people? If this sounds like you, you might just be perfect as a Food Artisan Immersion Program Participant!

    CULINARY WORK-STUDY WORK SCHEDULE

    The part-time compensated employment at the cafe ranges from 20-28 hours per week. The 27-Week whole immersion session goes from late April through October and allows time for spring menu planning, planting, cultivating, and end of season putting-by, and more depth for communications and learning about the farm-to-table business.

    READY TO JOIN OUR CULINARY WORK-STUDY PROGRAM?

    If this foodservice work-study program sounds right for you, please fill out our initial 3-minute, mobile-friendly application. We look forward to meeting you!

    Location: 53588


  • February 26, 2020 1:57 PM | Mathias Lemos Castillo (Administrator)


    •  Madison, WI, USA
    •  8.00 - 10.00
    •  Hourly
    •  Seasonal

     A tuition free culinary education combined with paid work

    Email Me Similar Jobs Email Me This Job

    Taliesin Preservation of Spring Green, WI is looking for Food Artisan Immersion Program Participants to join our 2020 seasonal work-study culinary program. Would you like to experience seed-to-compost learning while staying on the Taliesin estate, Frank Lloyd Wright's Wisconsin historical home, and earn $8.00 - $10.00 per hour plus tip share for working part-time in our Riverview Terrace Cafe? Shared housing, family meals while on shift, and tuition-free classes are provided. (There is a $2,000.00 up-front fee to cover the cost of housing on the estate. Participants who successfully complete the program will be refunded $1,000.00 of the fee ***financial assistance may be available) If this sounds like the right culinary work-study program for you, apply for a session today!

    ABOUT TALIESIN PRESERVATION

    As stewards of the Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center, our dual mission is to preserve the cultural, built, and natural environments that comprise the Taliesin property and to conduct educational and cultural programs that provide a greater understanding of his architecture and ideas. We are different from other historic sites because we are not satisfied with just being a museum. We want the estate to stay filled with life.

    For over a century, Taliesin and the surrounding Driftless hills and valleys have served as a laboratory for living. There is an energy here that captures and engages people. And the staff, without exception, is made up of creative people who care passionately about their work and are full of ideas. We are a small organization and, as such, we offer a lot of flexibility and opportunity for people to develop within their areas of interest--and we are invested in their success!

    The Food Artisan Immersion Program builds naturally on this by using an approach to food that integrates ecology, art, craft, community, and region.

    A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A FOOD ARTISAN IMMERSION PROGRAM PARTICIPANT

    As a Food Artisan Immersion Program Participant, you are excited to be part of this amazing program that draws its inspiration from Wright's organic vision that the arts, community, agriculture, food, and learning are integrally connected with the land. You embrace being immersed in the "foodways" concept--the intersection of food in culture, traditions, community, and history. As part of this program that combines compensated part-time hourly employment with a tuition-free curriculum, you share housing on the Taliesin Estate and get to partake in communal meals--immersing yourself in the experience.

    For your paid training, you rotate through all positions at Taliesin's Riverview Terrace Cafe where menus use seasonally inspired ingredients--mainly sourced from the surrounding Driftless region. While working at the cafe, you learn about product origin, kitchen fundamentals, proper food handling, how to read and create recipes, food cost analysis, menu planning, and vendor relationships. In addition to your paid work at the Cafe, you get to participate in free hands-on learning through scheduled "on-location" curriculum activities around the region.

    Curriculum activities include participating in a kitchen garden on the estate, shared group dinners at the Hillside School of Architecture, lectures, guest speaker sessions, book discussions, estate events, art projects, and field trips to area farms and restaurants. This instruction is designed to build skills and confidence in the basics of food service employment, gardening, sustainable agriculture systems, and community advocacy. You will love that you are becoming well-versed in foodservice and hospitality while gaining a greater appreciation and understanding of how to participate with and protect our regional foodways.

    QUALIFICATIONS FOR A FOOD ARTISAN IMMERSION PROGRAM PARTICIPANT

    • Keen interest in learning by doing
    • Commitment to participate in both the paid work and free educational activities
    • Ability to stand for extended periods of time, bend, and lift at least 50 lbs
    • Open to working with all foods, including all types of meat
    • Passion for preparing local, sustainable foods, and being an ambassador for a seed-to-table curriculum

    Do you have a strong work ethic and love for learning? Are you interested in food sources and how to compliment and highlight each ingredient's unique characteristics? Do you possess the curiosity for creative experimentation? Can you take direction and work well with others with varying skillsets? Do you have a strong desire to develop a career in food service or culinary arts? Are you flexible and able to "roll with the flow"? Do you like to interact with new and diverse people? If this sounds like you, you might just be perfect as a Food Artisan Immersion Program Participant!

    CULINARY WORK-STUDY WORK SCHEDULE

    The part-time compensated employment at the cafe ranges from 20-28 hours per week. The 27-Week whole immersion session goes from late April through October and allows time for spring menu planning, planting, cultivating, and end of season putting-by, and more depth for communications and learning about the farm-to-table business.

    READY TO JOIN OUR CULINARY WORK-STUDY PROGRAM?

    If this foodservice work-study program sounds right for you, please fill out our initial 3-minute, mobile-friendly application. We look forward to meeting you!

    Location: 53588


  • February 08, 2020 10:31 AM | Mathias Lemos Castillo (Administrator)


    Dane County Career Opportunitieslogo image

    DANE COUNTY

    invites applications for the 

    Social Worker - Bilingual (SpanishEnglish) Children's Long Term Support

    SALARY: $24.77 - $32.55 Hourly

    OPENING DATE: 11/01/19

    CLOSING DATE: 02/28/20 04:30 PM

    DESCRIPTION: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/countyofdane

    The Dane County Human Services Department is currently recruiting for a full-time (1.0 FTE) Social

    Worker - Bilingual (Spanish/English) position in the Children's Long Term Support Unit. The Eligible List

    created will be used to fill future vacancies within the next six (6) months.

    Starting hourly rate of $24.77 with further increases to $32.55. Bilingual positions are subject to earn

    an additional $0.75 per hour. Excellent benefits include fully paid dental and HMO health insurance

    premiums for full time employees. The County will also provide contributions towards POS health

    insurance premiums and short/long term disability. Additional benefits available include long term care,

    vision coverage, flex spending account and deferred compensation programs paid in full by the

    employee and a wellness program (for further details visit https://admin.countyofdane.com/EmpRel).

    Employees hired after 7-1-11 must be expected to work a minimum of 1200 hours annually to be

    enrolled in the Wisconsin Retirement System when hired. Dane County also provides six (6) weeks of

    paid parental leave for birth or adoption of a child.

    EQUITY, DEFINITION AND EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

    COMMITMENT TO EQUITY AND INCLUSION

    As an employer, we strive to provide a work environment where diversity and differing opinions are

    valued, creativity is encouraged, continuous learning and improvement are fostered, teamwork and

    open/honest communication are encouraged, and meeting customer needs through quality service is a

    shared goal. All employees must be able to demonstrate multicultural competence – the awareness,

    knowledge, and skills needed to work with others who are culturally different from self in meaningful,

    relevant, and productive ways. Applicants from traditionally underrepresented populations including

    women and racial and ethnic minorities are especially encouraged to apply.

    DEFINITION

    Under the supervision of the Children's Social Work Supervisor, Children's Long Term Support Social

    Workers develop long-term working relationships with children and young adults from birth to twentyone years old, who experience intellectual, physical, emotional, developmental and other disabilities.

    Most have additional complicating factors such as medical, psychiatric, sensory or behavioral challenges

    which require multi-system coordination.

    EXAMPLES OF DUTIES

    Children's Long-Term Support Social Workers work closely with families, guardians, schools, service

    providers and natural supports; coordinate comprehensive assessments of individuals' needs; develop

    family and person-centered plans; act as team leaders, facilitating regular stakeholder meetings;

    mediate conflicts; comply with court requirements; develop or connect people to needed paid and

    unpaid supports; monitor the continued appropriateness and effectiveness of supports, making changes

    as warranted; autonomously complete daily, monthly and annual paperwork needed to maintain

    Job Bulletin Page 1 of 4

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    DEADLINE EXTENDED

    Medicaid waiver services and other public benefits; perform other duties as assigned with flexibility,

    humor and creativity. Children's Long-Term Support Social Workers seek to ensure health and safety

    while promoting self-determination, community belonging, valued social roles, the sharing of ordinary

    places, opportunities for contribution, and choice. They provide on-going therapeutic interventions to

    children and families in community based settings, such as a child's home, neighborhood, school, or

    other places where people without disabilities typically spend time.

    EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

    Applicants with a Bachelors or Masters Degree in Social Work will be screened through. Applicants who

    are currently in their final semester of school and are obtaining a Bachelors or Masters Degree in Social

    Work will also be screened through. Applicants with any other major must possess a temporary or

    permanent Social Work Certification from the WI Department of Safety and Professional Services

    (DSPS) prior to applying (a training certificate will not be accepted).

    All individuals must possess a degree and a temporary or permanent Social Work Certification from the

    WI Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS) prior to the first day of employment. If any

    applicant does not possess a temporary or permanent certification on the first day of employment the

    job offer will be rescinded and they will be terminated. Candidates with a temporary certificate must

    obtain a permanent certification within one (1) year in order to pass probation.

    Special Requirements:

    • Applicants applying for the Children's Long Term Support Division must have two (2)

    years of professional experience working directly with individuals with intellectual and

    developmental disabilities.

    • Must take AND pass the State of Wisconsin's test to become a Children's Long Term

    Care Functional Screener within sixty days of hire.

    • Requires a valid driver's license (or eligibility for), access to reliable personal motor

    vehicle transportation, and a good driving record.

    • Bilingual (English/Spanish) is required. (Must be able to pass a bilingual Spanish and

    English test.)

    Background Check Statement:

    Some positions may require a criminal background check which can include fingerprinting due to the

    nature of the job's responsibilities. Wisconsin's Fair Employment Law, s. 111.31 – 111.395, Wis. Stats.,

    prohibits discrimination because of an arrest or conviction record. However, Dane County may disqualify

    an applicant if the position's responsibilities are substantially related to the applicant's criminal history

    (e.g., the nature of the crime and its relationship to the position, whether hiring, transferring or

    promoting an applicant would pose an unreasonable risk to the business, its employees, customers and

    vendors, etc.) Management reserves the right to make employment contingent upon successful

    completion of the background check.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

    • Basic understanding of human growth and behavior and awareness of how sensory-motor

    differences, developmental and physical disabilities and may impact this.

    • Knowledge of and experience with current human service philosophies and approaches such as

    self-determination, person and family centered planning, community inclusion, trauma informed

    care and asset based community development.

    • Ability to develop positive, long-term relationships with people who have disabilities, understand

    their concerns and mental health issues and act to address them in a timely, respectful and

    effective manner.

    • Ability to quickly acquire and apply knowledge of laws, regulations, policies and procedures

    relating to people with developmental disabilities.

    • Knowledge of and ability to access community resources that may be used by people with

    intellectual, developmental and other disabilities.

    • Ability to prioritize, manage and resolve urgent or crisis situations.
    • Capacity to organize large amounts of information and manage complex situations to achieve the

    most effective individual and programmatic outcomes.

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    • Ability to be decisive, consistent and diplomatic.
    • Possession of good verbal and written skills, the ability to follow oral and written instructions,

    autonomously meet deadlines, participate in and appropriately use supervision.

    APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:

    https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/countyofdane

    210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 418

    Madison, WI 53703

    (608) 266-4125

    employee-relations@countyofdane.com

    Position #2019-00504

    SOCIAL WORKER - BILINGUAL (SPANISH-ENGLISH) CHILDREN'S

    LONG TERM SUPPORT

    AH

    Social Worker - Bilingual (Spanish-English) Children's Long Term Support Supplemental

    Questionnaire

    * 1. Do you possess a Bachelors Degree?

    Yes No

    * 2. If yes, what is your degree?

    * 3. Do you currently possess any of the State of Wisconsin Social Worker Certifications (temporary

    certification may be accepted during the application process)?

    Yes No

    * 4. If so, please provide the license number AND expiration date.

    * 5. Do you possess two (2) years of professional experience working directly with individuals with

    intellectual and developmental disabilities?

    Yes No

    * 6. THIS QUESTION IS GRADED Children's Long Term Support Social Workers work on an on-going

    basis with children who have developmental, physical and emotional disabilities, their families,

    guardians, service providers and advocates to ensure they live, attend school and participate as fully

    as possible in their community. Individuals often have co-occurring psychiatric, sensory, behavioral

    issues and/or fragile health that necessitate coordination between families, school, medical, mental

    health, and juvenile and/or criminal justice systems. Please describe how your educational

    background and experience working with children who have complex long term care needs have

    provided you with the interest, temperament and clinical skills needed to be a Children's Long Term

    Support Social Worker. Highlight any experience you have had working with children or families who

    speak Spanish as their primary language.

    * 7. THIS QUESTION IS GRADED Children's Long Term Support Social Workers work in a highly

    individualized, community-based, child and family-directed service system which seeks to increase

    children and families' sense of belonging, sharing of ordinary places, contribution, choice and valued

    social roles. Provide a specific example of how you have creatively integrated the approaches and

    values of self-directed services, full community membership, asset based community development

    and person-centered planning to enhance the life of a child with long term support needs and their

    family.

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    * 8. THIS QUESTION IS GRADED Ella is a five year old about to enter kindergarten. She has cognitive

    delays and emotional struggles. Several times per week she pushes her siblings and other children

    to the ground, throws objects at them, experiences bouts of extended crying and makes disruptive

    vocalizations. As a case manager what interventions would you put in place to decrease family stress

    and increase the likelihood of classroom success? Assuming Ella has long-term care needs, how

    would you adapt your role as Ella's support needs change? Provide examples of how her services

    might look different when she enters middle school, high school and eventually the paid work force.

    * Required Question

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  • September 23, 2019 9:17 AM | Tania Ibarra (Administrator)

    APPLY FOR THIS JOB

    Are you looking to make a direct impact on the health and wellness of the diverse communities served by Quartz? Are you bilingual in Spanish and English languages? Do you have experience supporting and engaging with multicultural audiences and communities of color on a regular basis?



    If you answered “yes” to any of these questions - please consider joining our Marketing department as a Senior Marketing Communications Coordinator! Quartz is seeking a skilled, bilingual (Spanish/English) writer to develop and carry out our multicultural communications strategy. This role will be responsible for a variety of marketing activities including, but not limited to, public relations and the creation, editing and translating of web and printed materials in Spanish and English.

    • Develop, implement and oversee organizational multicultural communications strategy
    • Help implement and develop marketing and communications plan, budget and user experience for our bilingual audiences
    • Ensure presence and availability to diverse communities and promote Quartz as the choice in health insurance through a variety of communication mediums
    • Write/edit and translate advertising, printed collateral, publications, digital media, event materials and flyers in Spanish
    • Support the overall marketing department - identifying and writing relevant content for all audiences
    • Stay up-to-date with trends in communications and the needs of multicultural and bilingual communities, ensuring the organization can meet the needs of current and prospective members through outreach and communication
    • Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Journalism, Public Relations, Communications or related field
    • 5+ years of related marketing, public relations and/or communications experience
    • Bilingual - English & Spanish language mastery: comfortable writing, speaking and transitioning between English and Spanish on a regular basis
    • Certified Interpreter or Translator preferred, or the ability/interest to obtain certification within 12 months of hire
    • Experience with executing a company-wide marketing and communications strategy in the as a role of brand steward: ability to communicate the brand through written and verbal communication.
    • Demonstrated commitment to supporting and engaging with multicultural communities of color
    • Ensure and manage a consistent voice across all stakeholders and communication channels.
    • Ability to demonstrate a high-level competency in written communication for B2B and B2C audiences.
    • Must demonstrate initiative and persistence for all self-directed responsibilities.
    • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills with a team-oriented approach.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications is required
    • Health Insurance or healthcare experience preferred
    • Ability to travel off-site, as needed, to engage with the community and audiences
    • Qualified candidates should submit a writing portfolio, or include a link to online portfolio with their application.

    • This position will work from our office in Madison, WI. We offer an excellent benefit and compensation package, opportunity for professional growth, and a professional culture built upon the foundation of Respect, Responsibility and Relationships.

      Quartz values and embraces diversity and is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability


  • July 26, 2019 2:08 AM | Tania Ibarra (Administrator)

    Job ID: 

    R12831 Strategic Analytics Consultant (Business Performance Sr. Analyst) (Open)

    Summary:

    The Business Performance Senior Analyst provides an overall and ongoing assessment of the line of business (LOB) and provides performance analytic and consultancy services to business partners. Provides deep expertise and analytic insights that prepare division leadership for enterprise level reviews. Monitors company performance against the profit and growth plan and recommends initiatives to close gaps and build on strengths. Provides divisional leadership with the information and recommendations needed for long range strategic planning and short term initiative execution.

    Responsibilities:

    Specialized Knowledge and Skills Requirements

    • Demonstrated experience providing customer-driven solutions, support or service
    • Demonstrated experience managing and leading large complex projects.
    • Demonstrated experience performing complex financial or business analysis and communicating findings to company leadership and a variety of audiences to enable decision making.
    • Solid knowledge and demonstrated experience in business planning, forecasting, modeling and analysis utilizing various methods, tools and techniques.
    Travel Requirements
    • This position requires travel up to 10% of the time.

    Additional Job Information:

    • Depending on experience, candidates may be considered at the analyst level
    • Offer to selected candidate will be made contingent on the results of applicable background checks
    • Offer to selected candidate in contingent on signing a non-disclosure agreement for proprietary information, trade secrets, and inventions
    • Our policy restricts consideration of applicants needing employment sponsorship (visas) to specialty occupations. Sponsorship will not be considered for this position
    • Relocation assistance is available

    Preferred candidates will have experience in one or more of the following:

    • Tableau
    • Excel
    • SQL
    • R
    • Python
    • SAS


    Job Description:

    Primary Accountabilities

    • Completes performance and analysis on behalf of Strategic Business Unit (SBU) teams as warranted and needed to address business results. Completes business reviews reflecting business results, including the main drivers of said results, the consequence of inaction and the forecast of future results. Partners with teams during the annual Profit and Growth planning cycle; provides teams with the necessary information to develop the profit and growth plans. Attends SBU meetings regularly or as needed by the division.
    • Act as Subject Matter Expert representing the line in projects or initiatives sponsored by other divisions. (i.e. changes to performance measures such as Policy Retention or Sales Production reporting).Ensures that all initiatives within the Profit and Growth plan are fully quantified; provides quantification where none exists.
    • May interface with the Strategic Data and Analytics department and the data science lab to ensure their efforts are aligned with our business needs.  
    • Proactively identifies and continually incorporates innovative analytical approaches within the Business Performance domain. Communicates (both verbally and in writing) findings to LOB leadership and divisional business partners with recommendations for actions. Quantifies initiatives on behalf of the division for inclusion within the Profit and Growth Planning process.
    • Prepares divisional business reviews for use by senior leadership in monitoring and speaking to business results; includes the comprehensive analysis accompanying the review noting drivers of the results and associated corrective actions required.
    • Leads the more complex development of methods for evaluating lines of business and report on the drivers of deviations from plan.
    • Conducts advanced levels of statistical analysis, predictive modeling, etc. in the research of the composition of customer, policy, rating, and other attributes in order to understand the profiles of our book of business. Provides insightful and meaningful commentary related to business results allowing LOB leadership to take action.
    • Conducts high-level business analysis to support and drive business decisions using statistical modeling and other business analysis tools.
    • Develops financial competitive information especially as it relates to operational information. This analysis compares industry information such as premium growth, market share, operating results, financial strength, asset and liability distribution, and operational benchmarks.
    • Leads the division`s involvement in financial and operational benchmarking studies. Analyzes the resulting benchmarking reports to determine what the most-informative and actionable measures would be. Works with management to communicate results to the appropriate stakeholders.
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