Services for sexual assault survivors in Maryland are available during the COVID-19 crisis. Local rape crisis centers, SALI, and MCASA are available to provide direct services. Learn more

MCASA posts job openings for our organization, our member programs, and other job opportunities in agencies dedicated to ending sexual violence. All postings will be removed after 90 days.

Position Overview
The Virtual Services Specialist, is a new, unique position at MCASA that will prevent, prepare for, and respond to the coronavirus by increasing the capacity of  MCASA, the Sexual Assault Legal Institute (SALI), and local sexual assault/rape crisis programs to provide virtual services to sexual assault survivors.  This position will manage a project that will address the immediate and future needs for sexual assault survivors during the COVID-19 pandemic. Through researching and analyzing virtual tools, this position will offer you a unique opportunity to provide training and technical assistance regarding appropriate online services to sexual assault service provides throughout the state.

The Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MCASA) provides technical assistance, training, outreach, education, and prevention in pursuit of our mission to help prevent sexual assault, advocate for accessible compassionate care for survivors of sexual violence, and work to hold offenders accountable.   This is a 9 month position scheduled to begin early in 2021 and reports to the Chief of Programming.  

Note:  MCASA staff is currently working remotely due to the COVID19 restrictions.  Staff generally must be available for meetings with partners or events in the State of Maryland as necessary and if safe.  Staff will return to work on-site in Silver Spring at some point in the future and may currently work in the office subject to social distancing, PPE, and occupancy restrictions.

Classification: Non-Exempt

Responsibilities and Duties
Research, evaluate, and analyze new and existing virtual tools to best serve sexual assault survivors during the COVID-19 pandemic, including evaluating recent updates and security improvements, user accessibility inclusive of clients with limited English proficiency, disabilities, and varying levels of access to technology

Provide feedback to rape crisis/sexual assault programs and others serving victim/survivors of sexual assault about virtual options and the best tools for programs given program characteristics including size, budget/costs, services, and the communities they serve 

Provide support to rape crisis/sexual assault programs and others serving victims of sexual assault with technical assistance, facilitating group purchases, and supplemental financial support  

Work with MCASA and the Sexual Assault Legal Institute (SALI) staff to develop and disseminate model policies regarding virtual services during COVID-19, emphasizing safety and confidentiality for survivors 

Assess selected virtual tools, skills and policies through field testing and data collection 

Support updating website content including researching and updating fact-sheets and other resource webpages

Support effective agency communications including, for example, listservs, social media, e-newsletter, conference calls, Zoom meetings, etc.

Assist in the production of training and technical assistance materials including dissemination of recent research findings or policy changes to rape crisis/sexual assault programs, MCASA members, and professionals working with survivors

Ensure compliance with grant objectives, goals, collection of data and reporting requirements.

Prepare grant reports and assist with development of grant applications 

Prioritize and fulfill responsibilities in accordance with available funding and grant requirements.

Such other duties as assigned by Executive Director & Counsel or Chief of Programming.


Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience in Public Administration, Technical Communication, or similar field.

Computer and tech friendly and curious; able to communicate about technology with people who are not computer and tech friendly.

Experience or familiarity with victim or human services involving direct services and confidential communication with clients. 

Proficient in project management and has experience collaborating with partners

Experience with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Power Point, Excel) and Zoom.  Experience with NEON, Mailchip, and Adobe Connect preferred   

Ability to use and communicate professionally and effectively through e-mail and social media including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other platforms; able to learn and use new technology such as online databases and communication systems

Experience working with survivors of sexual assault or other power-based violence such as domestic violence, child abuse, elder abuse, or stalking helpful, but not required

Strong oral and written communication, organizational, problem-solving and planning skills

Access to a car and valid driver’s license; this position may require travel within the State of Maryland.

 

Physical Demands  
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.  

Work Environment  
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Commitment to Diversity
MCASA is an equal opportunity employer. Its policy of nondiscrimination means that all employment decisions will be based on merit and without regard to factors unrelated to job performance, such as ethnicity, creed, marital status, national origin, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, and physical, emotional or mental capacity. 

To Apply 
Send cover letter, resume, and writing sample to [email protected] Please include your name and position title in the subject. No phone calls, please. 

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Job Title

Human Trafficking Policy Project Attorney

 

Position Overview

MCASA is Maryland’s sexual assault coalition and includes the State’s rape crisis centers and others concerned with ending sexual violence.  MCASA includes SALI (the Sexual Assault Legal Institute) which provides direct legal services to survivors, Policy Projects addressing systemic change, and a Program Division which includes training, technical assistance, and prevention designed to respond to and end sexual violence in the state of Maryland.  MCASA’s Human Trafficking Policy Project Attorney will help develop Maryland’s capacity to respond to Human Sex Trafficking through Maryland’s “Coordinated Action Against Sex Trafficking,” help support policy development, and handle a small caseload. This is a full-time position that reports directly to the Managing Attorney.

 

Classification: Exempt

Salary:  $50K (DOE) plus benefits with Maryland Bar admission, high 40s pre-admission

 

Responsibilities and Duties

Develop expertise regarding direct service needs of sex trafficking survivors in Maryland

Collaborate closely with MCASA member agencies to develop Maryland’s capacity to respond to sex trafficking

Coordinate service provision by rape crisis centers (and other victim services providers working with survivors of sex trafficking) assisting victim/survivors of human sex trafficking

Identify and coordinate resources for victim services providers working with survivors of human sex trafficking

Identify gaps in policies and resources for human sex trafficking survivors and develop strategies to address gaps

Work in coalition with others to support the needs of diverse communities, including diverse communities of survivors and diversity among service providers

Attend meetings of state and local human trafficking task forces

Develop policy, standards, and procedures regarding provision of services for survivors of human sex trafficking

Provide advocacy or representation (if licensed to practice law) to a limited number of survivors of human sex trafficking regarding crime victim rights, immigration, protective/peace orders, victim compensation proceedings, and related matters 

Coordinate with other MCASA/SALI staff and programs

Provide community outreach, technical assistance and training

Assist in production of training and technical assistance materials

Ensure materials and presentations are trauma informed and culturally respectful

Collect data needed for grant reports or other reasons; assist in report preparation

Assist in recruiting and supervision of interns

Prioritize and fulfill responsibilities in accordance with available funding and grant requirements

Comply with Maryland Rules of Professional Conduct

Such other duties as assigned by the managing attorney or executive director

 

Qualifications  

JD from accredited law school and admission or pending admission to the Maryland Bar. Attorneys currently licensed in another State may be eligible for admission under Maryland Rule 19-218 (temporary admission for public interest attorneys licensed out of state).  Attorneys admitted under Rule 19-218 must commit to taking the Maryland Bar Exam or have a plan for admission prior to the expiration of temporary admission.

Experience with debate, performing arts, or public speaking helpful.

Access to a car and valid driver’s license; this position requires some travel within the State of Maryland

Knowledge or previous work experience with survivors of human trafficking or sexual assault related issues preferred

Ability to work with other organizations, strong personalities, and people with varying perspectives

Ability to identify goals and take steps to implement change

Strong planning skills required

Respect for differences between cultures, experiences, and priorities 

 

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and talk or hear.  The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.  This job requires the ability to travel to and from different locations within the State of Maryland.

 

Work Environment

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

 

Commitment to Diversity  

MCASA is an equal opportunity employer. Its policy of nondiscrimination means that all employment decisions will be based on merit and without regard to factors unrelated to job performance, such as ethnicity, creed, marital status, national origin, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, and physical, emotional or mental capacity.  

 

To Apply

Send resume, cover letter, and legal writing sample to [email protected] with "Human Trafficking Project" and your name in subject line.  Applications will be considered as received, but applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

Position Overview

The Sexual Assault Legal Institute (SALI), a program within the Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MCASA), is seeking a full-time bilingual (English/Spanish) legal advocate; this position also has some administrative responsibilities related to law office management and provides legal services to survivors of sexual violence, and training & technical assistance to others working with survivors. Legal advocates report to the Senior Legal Advocate.

Note:  MCASA staff is currently working remotely due to the COVID19 restrictions.  Staff generally must be available for meetings with partners, hearings, or events in the State of Maryland as necessary and if safe. Staff will return to work on-site in Silver Spring at some point in the future and may currently work in the office subject to social distancing, PPE, and occupancy restrictions.

Classication: Non-Exempt


Responsibilities and Duties

  • Provide high quality, culturally competent legal advocacy for survivors of sexual assault.
  • Assist attorneys in representation of sexual assault survivors in a range of cases; these may include protective and peace orders, U-visa, family law, crime victim rights, education, employment and other cases.
  • Increase SALI’s presence on social media and improve legal information available on MCASA’s agency-wide website. 
  • Coordinate and develop culturally competent outreach materials and arrange for appropriate translation of current SALI literature.
  • Participate in forums and meetings relating to SALI activities.
  • Conduct initial interviews (intakes) with survivors of sexual assault.
  • Provide safety planning for survivors.
  • Assist in production of training and technical assistance materials.
  • Support effective agency communications including, for example, listservs, social media, e-newsletter, conference calls, etc.
  • Collect data needed for grant reports, assist in preparation of grant applications and grant reports.
  • Ensure compliance with grant objectives, goals, collection of data and reporting requirements. 
  • Assist in report preparation using SALI’s Legal Server database.
  • Assist in recruiting, training, and working with legal interns.
  • Prioritize and fulfill responsibilities in accordance with available funding and grant requirements.
  • Comply with or assist others in compliance with the Rules of Professional Conduct (legal ethics).
  • Such other duties as assigned by the Managing Attorney or Executive Director & Counsel.
  • Commitment to complying with PPE recommendations including wearing a mask, social distancing, and sanitation.  Flexibility to work off-site or on-site.

 

Qualications

  • Commitment to ending sexual violence.
  • Bachelor's degree required. Recent JDs considered only if committed to outreach and other responsibilities that may not fall under an attorney's usual duties AND committed to non-attorney position for significant period of time. Other responsibilities will include administrative tasks related to office management.
  • Experience working with survivors of sexual assault or other power-based violence such as domestic violence, child abuse, elder abuse, or stalking preferred
  • Strong verbal and written communications skills.  Performing arts or debating experience preferred.  Ability to communicate in person, by phone, via email, and in writing required.
  • Fluent in English; fluency in Spanish required.
  • Access to a car and valid drivers license; this position requires travel within the State of Maryland. Out of state travel required 1-3 times annually.
  • Skilled and enthusiastic about developing ways to share legal and general information via technology, including social media and website.
  • Ability to work remotely (equipment is provided by agency).  Ability to work in office in Silver Spring Maryland when public health recommendations permit.

 

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and talk or hear.  The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

Work Environment

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Commitment to Diversity

MCASA is an equal opportunity employer. Its policy of nondiscrimination means that all employment decisions will be based on merit and without regard to factors unrelated to job performance, such as ethnicity, creed, marital status, national origin, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, and physical, emotional or mental capacity. 

To apply:  Send resume and cover letter to [email protected] with "Bi-lingual Legal Advocate Position" and your name in subject line. No phone calls, please.

Position Overview
The Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MCASA) is looking for a Policy Advocate (SAFE/SART) with knowledge in the sexual assault arena to provide strategic planning and leadership, technical assistance and training to Sexual Assault Response Teams, sexual assault forensic nurse examiners, advocates and other allied professionals. This is a full-time position that reports to the MCASA Sexual Assault Kit Initiative (SAKI) Victim Notification Project Manager.

Note:  MCASA staff is currently working remotely due to the COVID19 restrictions.  Staff generally must be available for meetings with partners, hearings, or events in the State of Maryland as necessary and if safe.  Staff will return to work on-site in Silver Spring at some point in the future and may currently work in the office subject to social distancing, PPE, and occupancy restrictions.

Classification: Non-Exempt

Responsibilities and Duties

SART/SAFE and FNE

  • Provide support and technical assistance to existing and emerging Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs) to further their work and support establishment of SARTs in all jurisdictions in Maryland.
  • Facilitate statewide SART leader teleconferences focused on addressing emerging issues and trends in sexual assault, disseminating information related to best practices and new laws and regulations, and encourage statewide collaboration.
  • Participate in SART case reviews and provide guidance and technical assistance as needed.
  • Provide trainings to staff at Rape Crisis & Recovery Centers, FNEs, and SARTs, about issues related to SAFEs and SARTs, such as investigation, law enforcement response, perpetrator behavior, cyberstalking, crisis intervention, and drug facilitated sexual assault.
  • Produce materials and present trainings for professionals working with sexual assault survivors on trauma-informed response, including: the neurobiology of trauma (adult and childhood), adapting services to be trauma-responsive, and vicarious trauma.
  • Develop, support, and present at trainings for sexual assault forensic nurse examiners (FNEs) by partnering with organizations or hospitals offering training, and working with partners to increase and improve access to FNE trainings.
  • Provide technical assistance and advocate for policies that improve systemic responses to sexual assault survivors by ensuring best practices in SAFE/SART. 
  • Represent MCASA as assigned by the Executive Director by participating in selected statewide committees and task forces.
  • Provide technical assistance to Maryland’s Rape Crisis & Recovery Centers regarding Maryland Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner (SAFE) programs, Sexual Assault Response Teams, and other matters.
  • Conduct targeted outreach to registered nurses employed in Maryland hospitals without Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner (SAFE) programs to advertise trainings in order to recruit potential forensic nurse examiners.
  • Provide input regarding regulations and policies applicable to FNEs to provide survivor-centered responses to sexual assault.
  • Coordinate with attorney(s) from MCASA’s Sexual Assault Legal Institute to identify and address legal questions and needs regarding to SAFE, SART, and related issues.
  • Assist in the production of training and technical assistance materials and other resources to support SAFE programs and SARTs.
  • Support effective communications for SAFE programs, SARTs and Rape Crisis & Recovery Centers, including the use of social networking/online communities.
  • Assist in the maintenance of MCASA’s webpage by updating fact sheets, program information, and other resources.
  • Conduct community outreach and education as it relates to SAFE/SART activities.
  • Provide production assistance and present information at MCASA’s Sexual Assault Victim Advocate Training.  
  • Improve coordination and facilitate communication between SARTS, SAFE Programs, and medical facilities across the state.

 

General

  • Collect data and prepare grant reports.
  • Support effective agency communications including, for example, listservs, social media, e-newsletter, conference calls, etc.
  • Produce, provide, and facilitate trainings for both large and small groups of professionals.
  • Prioritize and fulfill responsibilities in accordance with available funding and grant requirements.
  • Produce, update and distribute electronic and tangible materials including announcements, brochures, booklets, fact sheets, press releases and other outreach.
  • Provide technical assistance to Maryland’s Rape Crisis & Recovery Centers, MCASA members and professionals working with survivors.
  • Prioritize and fulfill responsibilities in accordance with available funding and grant requirements.
  • Other duties as assigned by Executive Director or Division Manager.

 

Qualifications 

  • Commitment to ending sexual violence.
  • Master’s degree and relevant course work and/or experience addressing sexual violence, the criminal justice system, victim services, women’s studies, or policy.
  • Planning, technical assistance, and project management skills.
  • Strong communication skills – verbal and written, with individuals and among groups, including those with differing professional backgrounds such as law enforcement, medical professionals, attorneys, counselors, and advocates.  Ability to speak publically and to groups.
  • Knowledge and/or previous work experience in one or more of the following preferred:  facilitating meetings, supporting different work styles (including collaborative and hierarchical), SART membership or affiliation with profession typically found on SARTs.
  • Common sense and the ability to work independently.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft office applications, content management applications and social networking/media, able to learn and use new technology such as online databases and communication systems.
  • Experience using Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; able to learn and use new technology such as online databases and communication systems.
  • Access to a car and valid driver’s license; this position requires travel within Maryland. 

 

Physical Demands  
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and talk or hear.  The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.  This job requires the ability to travel to and from different locations within the State of Maryland.

Work Environment 
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Commitment to Diversity 
MCASA is an equal opportunity employer. Its policy of nondiscrimination means that all employment decisions will be based on merit and without regard to factors unrelated to job performance, such as ethnicity, creed, marital status, national origin, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, and physical, emotional or mental capacity. 

To applySend resume and cover letter to [email protected].  No phone calls, please.

Job Title

Program Intern

 

Position Overview

The Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MCASA) advocates for accessible, compassionate care for survivors, the prevention of sexual assault, and accountability for all offenders.  MCASA actively works to end sexual violence in the State of Maryland through professional training, public outreach, public policy advocacy,   technical assistance, and legal services.

Through hands-on learning responsibilities, MCASA’s program interns are engaged in the important effort to end rape, child sexual abuse, and the full continuum of sexual violence including campus sexual assault and human sex trafficking. They are exposed to the latest thinking in the field of sexual assault prevention and response through webinars and trainings, professional meetings, and written resource materials. Program interns also come away with practical knowledge about a statewide nonprofit organization’s strategies for office management, internal and external communications, professional training, and public outreach.  

A minimum commitment of 15 hours per week is required.  Interns are encouraged to work with their academic institutions to seek credit.

This internship located at our metro-accessible Silver Spring, MD office. Remote work is available during COVID-19.

 

Intern Objectives

  • Develop and expand knowledge regarding sexual violence and policies to prevent and respond to sexual assault and abuse.
  • Develop ability to write and format professional documents such as letters, fact sheets, website content, and newsletter articles.
  • Expand professional speaking skills by answering and making telephone calls.
  • Become familiar with client referrals by providing information about MCASA’s Sexual Assault Legal Institute and Maryland rape crisis and recovery centers to survivors who call the office.
  • Learn about event management by assisting with logistics coordination for professional training sessions and fundraising events.
  • Enhance research skills by completing written projects regarding sexual violence.
  • Develop an understanding of nonprofit membership development and engagement by updating and maintaining electronic database records.
  • Participate in public outreach by attending events, staffing community information fairs, and fulfilling orders for resource brochures.
  • Become familiar with a varied-pace office environment that juggles both immediate and longer-term projects.
  • Contribute to development of office resources on specific topics.   

 

Qualifications 

  • Be genuinely concerned about sexual violence issues and have a passion and desire to make a difference
  • Have a desire to learn about non-profit organizations and practices
  • Be organized, have a strong attention to detail, and be able to complete projects independently
  • Be computer and internet savvy: experience and proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint preferred
  • Be able to communicate effectively verbally and in writing

This internship is particularly relevant for students pursuing degrees in communications, social sciences, criminal justice, or Women’s Studies, but we welcome applications from those in any field.

 

Commitment to Diversity 

MCASA is an equal opportunity agency and is committed to diversity.  MCASA does not discriminate based on ethnicity, creed, marital status, national origin, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, and physical, emotional or mental disability. 

 

Compensation

This internship is unpaid.  We encourage interns to seek academic credit or stipends when possible.

 

To Apply

Send cover letter, resume, and one writing sample to [email protected]  Applications are accepted at any time; however, we encourage applicants for fall internships to apply by July 31st, for spring internships by mid-December, and for summer internships by March 13th. The start date is flexible; we require a minimum commitment of three months at 15 hours per week. Remote work is available during COVID-19.

*If you are interested for the Spring/Summer 2021 internship, please send your application materials to [email protected]

The Sexual Assault Legal Institute (SALI) of Maryland is seeking applications for legal interns for academic year and summer internships. SALI is one of the only programs in the country devoted solely to providing direct legal services to victims of sexual assault. The Institute is a state wide program that provides legal services in civil cases for victims of sexual assault in cases such as: college administration hearings, privacy issues, peace and protective orders, family law matters, employment, housing, and any other civil issue related to sexual assault. SALI also provides technical assistance and training for attorneys, rape recovery center staff, and other professionals working with survivors. The Institute is part of the Maryland Coalition against Sexual Assault (MCASA). MCASA is a non-profit membership organization that includes the state’s nineteen rape recovery crisis centers, law enforcement, mental health and health care providers, attorneys, educators, survivors of sexual violence and other concerned individuals. MCASA represents the unified voice and combined energy of all of its members working to eliminate sexual violence in the state of Maryland.

Legal interns in the office provide information to victims of sexual assault and help attorneys who are working on college administration hearings, privacy issues, peace and protective orders, family law matters, employment, housing, and any other civil matter relating to sexual assault. Interns are expected to commit to work a minimum of fifteen hours per week for at least one academic semester, or ten weeks (split summers possible) during the summer. Specific duties vary according with caseload, but generally include telephone and in-person intakes and referrals (with direct client contact), and some legal research. Interns are given the opportunity to accompany attorneys to court when possible. Other intern responsibilities may include: assisting attorneys in preparing cases for trial and/ or witness interviews; helping victims to create their own safety plans; and other administrative duties as assigned.

Legal Institute Responsibilities

The Institute will provide training on the dynamics of sexual assault and the Maryland statues. Written feedback will be provided if desired (or required for academic reasons). Constructive criticism and guidance will also be provided. Applicants should feel free to bring research proposals, or issues they are interested in the attention of the Institute; every effort will be made to accommodate individual interests. Some flexibility regarding hours may be given to allow for other commitments.

Intern Qualifications

Students of any academic discipline will be considered. Applicants must have a demonstrated interest in women’s issues, the American legal system, or working in the non-profit sector. Some academic background in on or more of these areas is preferred. Applicants must have common sense, and the ability to work independently.
Applications are accepted throughout the year for academic year internships. Please email, mail or fax a resume and cover letter detailing your interest, work experience, and availability to:

Sexual Assault Legal Institute (SALI)
Post Office Box 8782
Silver Spring, Maryland 20907
301-565-3619 (Fax)
[email protected] (Email)

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Anyone interested in this position should send a resume to [email protected] for more information.

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