As an equal opportunity employer, Elderly Housing Development & Operations Corporation complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding discrimination. Equal employment opportunity and advancement are provided consonant with appropriate laws without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or other legally protected classification. In our efforts to recruit and retain a diverse workforce, all qualified applicants, including minorities and women, are encouraged to apply.
Below is the list of open job opportunities with EHDOC. Please read the requirements before applying to a job.
|Job Description||Status: Full Time / Exempt
The Administrative Assistant will provide executive level support and coordination including but not limited to a full range of secretarial and administrative support functions, including prompt, courteous and effective communication with internal and external staff, residents, and vendors to ensure the smooth and effective administration of headquarters.
|Primary Responsibilities||Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities • Provides administrative support. • Organize and follow-up on construction requests. Meet with President/CEO to review and get approval • Work with VP of Field Operations on various property projects • Create weekly report from field • Receive complaints from tenants and follow-up. Meet with President/CEO to review • Work with regional service coordinators on various projects • Update and improve Service Coordinator Manual • Manage Service Coordinator Quality Control surveys, resident surveys • Manages travel arrangements for service coordinators. • Coordinates effective meetings by organizing and collating meeting agendas, providing confidential minute taking and distribution and coordinating follow up actions. This includes room bookings and equipment set up such as teleconferencing, data projector and refreshments. • Maintains organized filing systems for recording and storing information. • Gather information for the EHDOC magazine and provide to publisher • Represents EHDOC to the residents and staff. • Assists with updating and training other admin support on new processes and commitment to quality and customer satisfaction. • Works independently and with the executive team on special non-recurring and ongoing projects. • Acts as the project manager for special projects at the request of the President/ CEO or other member of the Executive staff. • Creates an environment for success through good communication and team building. • Supports the building of positive relationships across the organization. • Demonstrates leadership by remaining knowledgeable regarding current best practices and integrates this into all aspects of role. Other Duties and Responsibilities • Demonstrates understanding and endorsement of EHDOC’s Mission, Vision, and Standards of Excellence. • Demonstrates respect and value of resident’s choices, decisions, and preferences, accepts diversity in others, and treats all individuals equally and with respect. • Demonstrates personal integrity, credibility, and flexibility within the scope of position responsibilities. • Demonstrates the ability to understand, interpret, and uphold EHDOC policies and procedures. • Demonstrates the ability to utilize a wide range of appropriate knowledge, skills, and attributes to achieve desired outcome and to incorporate new knowledge and skills into work performance within scope of the job responsibilities.|
|Qualifications and Skills:||Education and experience should be equivalent to two (2) years of college level course work in a business related field. • Five (5) years or more of office administrative, supervisory or lead experience in the area of assignment or equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job listed above. • Experience working with a senior executive level staff is essential. • The successful candidate must possess excellent communication, organizational, and people skills, with close attention to details. • He/she must also have experience working with and collaboration with Board members and must demonstrate integrity and trust along with the ability to work independently. • The successful candidate must be mature, service oriented and an excellent team member with the ability to juggle multiple priorities with shifting agendas. • The successful candidate must also be highly skilled in the use of Microsoft Outlook, Office Suite, PowerPoint, Excel, and web technologies. • The ideal candidate must also have excellent customer service skills, be well organized with an attention to detail, multi-tasker, problem solver, be able to quickly adapt to a changing environment and have effective oral and written communication skills.|
|Job Description||Status: Full Time / Exempt
The candidate would definitely need to be highly motivated, detail oriented, self- starter, well organized, a multitasker with strong work ethic with a solid asset management and compliance background and, obviously be willing to partake in extensive travel. The position would be based at HQ and would report directly to you as a member of the senior staff, or as a junior to senior staff and report to anyone you choose.
|Primary Responsibilities||Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities • Responsibility for overall portfolio asset management and compliance. • Assist in oversight of field operations to ensure optimal property performance through our directives and full adherence to HUD and LIHTC program compliance requirements. • Ensure the oversight and implementation of the property’s business and marketing plan, overall performance objectives and operate within the property’s approved budget. • Work together with managers and property accountants to analyze monthly financials, prepare budget variance narratives and set up performance metrics to maximize revenue and minimize expenses. • Provide recommendations to implement changes necessary for property improvements based on physical inspections and periodic file audits (based on a historical trend analysis). • Assist Community Managers and Regional Directors to prepare monthly narratives and financials packages for LP investors, HUD and lenders. • Work with VP of Development and VP of Finance & Accounting to maximize the asset’s NOI to increase its value for planned refinance/ rehabilitation. • Conduct periodic complete property inspections and file audits as directed by the President/ CEO as part of the ongoing monitoring of property’s performance, management and capital needs. • Assist with negotiating major vendor contracts and pursue portfolio-wide expense reductions through vendor bidding. • Problem solve property and portfolio level issues through research, analysis and implementation • Oversee preparation for third-party LIHTC, HUD REAC inspections. • Assist CMs and RDs with responses to HUD, LP, Lender and state agency file audit, MOR and REAC/UPCS inspections • Implement and monitor approved capital improvement projects. • Assist with completing and submitting HUD 9839 Management Certifications, 2530’s, AOC’s, AFHMP’s, state agency and LP compliance reports.|
|Qualifications and Skills:||3 - 5 years’ experience in affordable multifamily asset management and compliance. • Prefer HUD, LIHTC or other low-income experience. • Bachelor’s degree (prefer real estate, business and/or finance). • Excellent Excel and communication skills. • Strong management skills, with an ability to work independently and multitask. • Highly motivated, with a positive "can do" attitude. • Self-starter and problem solver. • An analytical approach with a results oriented mindset. • Ability to think like an owner. • A willingness spirit to do what is required and necessary. • Travel to properties across the nation required|
|Job Description||Status: Full Time / Exempt
The Community Manager is responsible for the day-to-day management of the community under the guidance of the Regional Manager and EHDOC. Management responsibilities include but are not limited to the daily administrative, financial, reporting, procurement and purchasing, personnel supervision, maintenance operations, resident relations, social activities, and the overall physical and financial operation of the community.
The Community Manager is responsible to perform and discharge all duties assigned by the Regional Manager and EHDOC, which are deemed necessary to meet the needs of the community.
|Primary Responsibilities||1. Select eligible residents to comprise a population that is appropriate to the program guidelines, Tenant Selection Plan, program requirements, and goals of Owner Corporation and EHDOC. 2. Maintain occupancy goals by having a minimum of five (5) pre-approved and documented applicants on file that meet all HUD guidelines, resident selection criteria, and 30% Median Income Rule. 3. Maintain all resident file documentation and financial transactions related to the leasing of the units in properly documented and secure order in accordance with HUD regulations, EHDOC Policies and Procedures and/or Board of Directors of the owner corporation’s Policies and Procedures. 4. Maintain all EHDOC files, financial records, computer data, and personnel records, in accordance with EHDOC Policies and Procedures. Records should be kept in such order that they are easily accessible to be retrieved, examined, etc., by EHDOC, HUD, and any auditors or lawful representatives of the federal government. 5. Assignment of administrative and maintenance staff work schedules/duties to insure the efficient daily operation of the property. Scheduling should be accomplished in consultation with other supervisory employees (i.e., Building Engineer or Assistant Manager). 6. In conjunction with the Building Engineer or Maintenance Supervisor, develop and oversee implementation of preventative maintenance programs. 7. In conjunction with the Building Engineer or Maintenance Supervisor, develop and oversee implementation of repairs, resident work orders, oversight of outside vendors/contractors, and emergency assignments. 8. Develop and implement an emergency evacuation plan for the community in conjunction with the Building Engineer, Maintenance Supervisor and local/state fire/emergency management personnel. Provide residents with copy of evacuation procedures. 9. Develop and implement a Resident Handbook. 10. Complete all EHDOC and HUD required reports, including EIV, in a timely and accurate manner. Reports include, but are not limited to, HAP requests, Monthly Manager’s Report, weekly vacancy report, financial/deposit reports, etc. 11. Conduct annual inspections of all units for Decent, Safe and Sanitary Conditions in accordance with EHDOC and HUD guidelines. Prepare a written report of inspection and file in resident file. 12. Work with Building Engineer or Maintenance Supervisor to develop and implement all work orders needed for correction of any problems found during the course of inspection. 13. Notify Regional Manager and insurance company within prescribed EHDOC Policies and Procedures of any incident involving fire, flood, wind damage, property damage, personnel injury or life threatening conditions. Where appropriate, notify Worker’s Comp carrier of any injury to an employee immediately. 14. Inspect all floors, hallways, stairwells, common areas, and grounds on a continual basis. At least weekly, walk the property with the Building Engineer or Maintenance Supervisor to identify potential problem areas. 15. Secure bids and prepare complete bid packages for all contract work to be forwarded to the Regional Manager for approval. 16. Review all contracts for submission to Regional Manager with recommendations. 17. Become familiar with the knowledge of state/local/federal laws and regulations as they relate to the management of the property and resident needs (for example, Tenant Bill of Rights, eviction requirements and 504 accommodations, etc.). 18. Work with Tenant Association/Resident Council to meet residents’ needs and foster community spirit and harmony. 19. Maintaining the community within the established budget, monitoring budget variances, and replacement reserve funds. 20. The timely and accurate submission of expense vouchers, financial documents and bank deposits to EHDOC for proper processing, payment and recording. 21. Advertising for, interviewing and preparing recommendation for hiring of new employees to be forwarded to Regional Manager for approval. Preparation of complete New Employee Package and personnel file. Other supervisory personnel (Building Engineer or Maintenance Supervisor) should be involved in the interview process for maintenance staff. 22. Acting as liaison representing EHDOC and the property to the Owner Corporations Board of Directors, state/local community and governmental organizations, Tenant Associations and Resident Councils related to the functions, mission and goals of the property. 23. Supervise volunteers, senior aides, etc. associated with the operation of the community. 24. Other duties and responsibilities as directed by the Regional Manager and EHDOC that are deemed necessary to meet the needs of the community and for professional management of the community.|
|Qualifications and Skills:||A. Education/Certifications 1. A Bachelor’s Degree in management, business or related field is preferred. However, an equivalent of five years of community management related experience may be considered as a substitute for a college degree. 2. Certified Occupancy Specialist Certification. 3. Certified Manager of Housing Certification. CMH may be completed within the first year of employment. 4. Tax Credit Specialist when applicable to property. B. A minimum of five (5) years community management experience at an administrative and supervisory level. C. Hands-on, working knowledge of TRACS processing, EIV, and HUD submission requirements. D. Computer literate capable of using Excel, Windows, e-mail, document processing, etc. E. Excellent verbal and written language skills in primary language of property location (i.e. Spanish in Puerto Rico, English in the continental United States). Bi-lingual is preferred in many locations. F. Ability to supervise, motivate and train staff in order to develop a cohesive team at Community to ensure quality, professional management. G. General knowledge and experience in management accounting and financial policies and practices. H. General knowledge and experience in budget preparation and monitoring. I. Working knowledge of building maintenance. J. Ability to produce complete bid packages. K. Familiar with HUD procedures regarding occupancy, inspections, report submissions, etc. L. Understanding and consideration of the type of circumstances associated with working with the elderly and handicapped. M. Familiar with 504 requirements. N. Ability to travel to conferences/training as required by EHDOC.|
|Job Description||Job Summary
Elderly Housing Development & Operations Corporation ("EHDOC") is seeking candidates for a Development Analyst position whose primary responsibility will be to assist the Vice President of Development in analyzing, underwriting and closing affordable elderly and workforce multifamily real estate transactions. The position is in EHDOC's office in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. We are seeking a motivated individual who possesses strong financial and analytical skills that will excel in a dynamic, entrepreneurial, team-based environment.
Reporting to the Vice President of Development, the Development Analyst will work closely with the Development Team towards the successful completion of affordable housing real estate development projects from inception through financing, construction completion and lease-up, increasing the organization’s community and mission impact, with a focus on long-term sustainability and achievement of the organization’s production and financial goals.
|Primary Responsibilities||Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities 1. Assist with underwriting multifamily real estate developments for elderly residents. 2. Perform financial projections and other analyses used in evaluating potential real estate opportunities and investments. 3. Collect, analyze and catalog project due diligence materials. 4. Prepare investment packages for the Investment Committee. 5. Assist in developing and maintaining good working relationships with clients. 6. Travel periodically to analyze markets, evaluate properties, and monitor progress of closed transactions.|
|Qualifications and Skills:||Education and Experience 1. BS/BA in Real Estate Finance, Engineering, Development Design/Planning, Law, or a related discipline; a post-graduate degree and/or professional certification is desirable. 2. Strong financial modeling and analytical skills. 3. Minimum of 3 years’ experience in multifamily real estate development or construction management including affordable rental housing finance and development experience, preferably elderly, LIHTC, HUD and other affordable housing programs. 4. In depth understanding of affordable rental housing finance and development strategies. 5. Solid problem-solving skills with the ability to think critically and provide solutions. 6. Ability to focus, multi-task, and meet deadlines in a high-pressure environment. 7. Unwavering attention to detail with a results-oriented mindset. 8. Ability to balance competing demands, effectively handle shifting priorities, and meet deadlines. 9. Strong organizational skills and the demonstrated ability to work productively and efficiently with multiple projects and firm deadlines. 10. Strong personal and professional integrity and ethics. 11. Must be able to speak and write English fluently and possess strong written and oral communication skills. 12. Must be skilled in using Microsoft Office applications, specifically MS Excel and MS Word. 13. Must be a self-starter and be able to multitask in a fast-paced work environment. 14. Must take initiative and be able to demonstrate problem-solving skills. 15. Must be able to work as an effective, collaborative team member. 16. Must be able to work evening and weekend hours as needed and during peak periods.|
|Job Description|| Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities
• Prepare payroll for personnel for approximately 250+ staff in 50+ entities in multi-state locations
• Prepare and post payroll adjustments.
• Prepare benefit schedules for different unions.
• Assist on-site personnel with payroll related matters.
• Assist the Director of Finance & Accounting with audits of pension fund and workers’ compensation
• Post the payroll into the respective property general ledgers
• Prepares benefit reporting for the unions.
• Review timesheets from site staff before processing
• Administering the paperwork required in hiring and firing of all personnel
• Maintain all personnel folders.
• Assist in managing the relationship with the outside payroll service provider, and with the respective unions, as it relates to employee benefits.
• Other duties as assigned by EHDOC
|Primary Responsibilities||Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities • Prepare payroll for personnel for approximately 250+ staff in 50+ entities in multi-state locations • Prepare and post payroll adjustments. • Prepare benefit schedules for different unions. • Assist on-site personnel with payroll related matters. • Assist the Director of Finance & Accounting with audits of pension fund and workers’ compensation • Post the payroll into the respective property general ledgers • Prepares benefit reporting for the unions. • Review timesheets from site staff before processing • Administering the paperwork required in hiring and firing of all personnel • Maintain all personnel folders. • Assist in managing the relationship with the outside payroll service provider, and with the respective unions, as it relates to employee benefits. • Other duties as assigned by EHDOC|
|Qualifications and Skills:||Education and Experience • Bachelor’s Degree preferred, Associates degree minimum • Three (3) years’ experience in payroll or related accounting field • Payroll experience in multi-state jurisdictions • Experience in managing multiple benefit packages • Experience in calculating and posting payroll adjustments. • Communication skills • Management and organizational skills • Computer skills|
|Job Description||Job Summary
Elderly Housing Development and Operations Corporation, a national non-profit affordable housing developer and property management company that manages 56 multifamily properties with over 4,500 units in 14 states, District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, is seeking a full-time Regional Director for the Corporate Office located in Fort Lauderdale, FL. This position requires the flexibility and the ability to travel, extensively at times, and on short notice.
The Regional Director is responsible for directing and overseeing the overall operations of the assigned residential portfolio. The position requires the candidate provide exceptional customer service to residents, demonstrates leadership, solid direction with company mission, goals and objectives being the primary focus, and provide mentoring and support to their site teams. Candidates must also be well versed in marketing, business administration, reporting, compliance and analytical analyzing a property’s performance and budgetary expectations; as a goal is to produce the maximum cash flow, reduce expenses and improve the property's curb appeal and long-term objectives and value. This position will consist of 60-75% travel throughout the assigned portfolio. The Regional Director must be well organized, analytical, goal-oriented, and a self-starter.
|Primary Responsibilities||Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities • Review and enforce policy and procedures for determining household eligibility for federal and state funded affordable housing programs. • Plan and conduct training of staff on LIHTC, Tax Exempt Bond, HOME, HUD 202 and RAD/ PRAC regulations. • Review rents, utility allowances, household income, maximum program income and rents to insure compliance regulations are met. Notify VP of Field Operations of suspected or confirmed instances of noncompliance. • Review monthly financials with Community Managers and assist with preparing budget variances and narratives. • Prepare for and attend annual management reviews conducted by state housing agency representatives, lenders, equity partners and compliance monitoring agencies. • Conduct periodic on-site file audits documenting discrepancies or inconsistencies in applying policy and/or regulations. Explain discrepancies and/or inconsistencies to staff. Direct staff on how discrepancies can be corrected within the company policy guidelines. • Instruct staff on how to apply policy and regulations consistently. Identify and develop training needs based on discrepancies. Follow up with staff to ensure that corrections are made. • Assist with maintaining 100% occupancy by conducting periodic reviews of rental applications, Community Manager’s ability to determine income eligibility of household and ensuring that all required documentation is provided and placed in file prior to a household moving in. Other Duties and Responsibilities • Oversee all aspects of the operations of the Communities assigned. • Direct supervision of the Community Managers and on-site staff within the portfolio. • Participate in hiring or termination of site staff (excluding Community Manager). • Some overnight travel is required. • Ensure all actions on site are conducted within the company policy and procedures. • Responsible for ensuring that all personnel respond to resident requests or complaints in a timely, efficient and courteous manner. • Ensure all residents adhere to the terms of the lease and house rules/regulations. • Ensure each resident file is in compliance with all regulatory commitments and any other governmental commitments. • Manage the selection process of residents. • Review all expenditures and ensue all Communities within their portfolio operate within budget. • Ensure the Communities in their portfolio have the highest and greatest curb appeal. • Staff any open positions in their portfolio with qualified employees. • All management functions for employees reporting to them, including timecard approval, PTO approval, attendance monitoring, reviews, etc. • Develop annual operating budgets. • Conduct regular community inspections. • Evaluate cost efficiency of maintenance operations. • Manage advertising and marketing plans for the Communities in their portfolio • Assist senior staff with updating and maintaining the company’s Compliance Policies and Procedures as part of or in addition to the Management Operations Manual. • Provide support to site staff on fiscal management • Monitor occupancy and provide marketing strategy • Monitor Replacement Reserve Accounts • Monitor Petty Cash at sites • Recruit and recommend vendor service contracts under $10,000 • Other duties as assigned by EHDOC|
|Qualifications and Skills:||Education and Experience • Experience managing multiple communities. • Strong leadership skills. • Bachelor degree or equivalent experience required. • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. • 5+ years’ experience working in affordable housing programs including one of more of the following: HUD, PRAC, REAC/ MOR, EIV, LIHTC, Project-Based Section 8, HOME required. • Strong computer skills • Possess HCCP, COS and HUD Certifications and/or Designations • Experience in RealPage [OneSite] Leasing & Rents Software • A minimum of three (3) years as a Community Manager • Working knowledge of Collective Bargaining Agreements Physical Demands • Ability to travel at times extensively and on short notice (approximately 50%). • Ability to work at a computer either sitting or standing for seven hours daily. • Ability to work in an office environment and use office machines. • Effectively communicate in various media forms.|
|Job Description||Job Summary
The Senior Accountant is an assistant to the Director of Finance & Accounting. The Senior Accountant will be responsible for day-to-day accounting for assigned properties. In general, the work involves checking/matching/researching data and verifying accuracy of accounting documents in order to process, balance, record and/or reconcile transactions, data and/or input/output in accordance with established internal guidelines, procedures and practices. Most of the work is executed through the accounting system, which has edits in place to flag improper entries and facilitate the review process. The Senior Accountant will compile financial information, processes journal entries, and reconciles reports and financial data for assigned properties.
The Senior Accountant will assist the Director of Finance & Accounting with corporate transactions, reconciliations, etc.
|Primary Responsibilities||Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities • Process, records, classifies and summarizes accounting transactions and events in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. • Compile various documents; verify accuracy and obtain authorization for payments in accordance with established procedures. • Initiates and processes journal entries to various accounts. • Reconciles sub-ledgers to the general ledger and resolves differences. • Resolves accounting issues and discrepancies. • Applies a working knowledge of applicable laws and regulations. • Compiles financial information in accordance with GAAP and governmental reporting requirements and prepares reports, prepares work papers and analysis for outside auditors, government entities, and tax credit requirements. • Uses various accounting systems and software applications to manipulate and/or format data and/or reports. • Establishes work priorities. • Assist and provide support as needed to the Field Operations. • Provides assistance to Accounting Specialists. • Additional duties as assigned by EHDOC.|
|Qualifications and Skills:||Education and Experience • A Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Business or related field is preferred. • Associates Degree in Accounting or two (2) years of college with courses in accounting, or business or five (5) years of related work experience is required. • Must be computer literate. • Knowledge of general ledger systems for property management and non-profit entity. • Experience with financial analysis and review of financial information; bank reconciliations, handling, recording and reconciling accounts payable, fixed assets, rent rolls and budgetary controls and reporting. • Knowledge and experience with HUD programs and requirements. • Knowledge of tax credit reporting requirements. • Verbal and writing communication skills. • Supervisory skills.|
|Job Description||Status: Full Time / Exempt
The Service Coordinator is responsible for basic case management and day to day coordination of supportive service activities performed on behalf of the residents of the property, with emphasis being placed on those who are frail and at risk.
These Services will include but not limited to arranging for personal assistance, Homemaking, meals-on-wheels, transportation, preventative health screening and advocacy.
|Primary Responsibilities||Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities 1. Establish and maintain relationships with local, state and federal agencies and local service providers such as Area Agency on Aging and its subcontractors. Compare costs of supportive services to determine the “best deals” in pricing to ensure individualized, flexible and creative service provision. 2. Develop and maintain a current directory of community-based providers for use by both project staff and residents. This directory will be used to refer residents to local service providers and will be regularly updated. Providers will include, but are not limited to, advanced case management, personal assistance, homemaker, meals-on-wheels, transportation, counseling, visiting nurse, physician, and legal or other advocacy. 3. Reads and is familiar with the resident lease and property house rules. Informs Community Manager of any noted lease violation. 4. Identification of at risk or frail residents as those most requiring support services. Referrals may originate from management staff, outside sources (neighbors, health professionals, family members, provider agencies), or from personal observation by the Service Coordinator. 5. Basic case management of individual residents, with emphasis on the frail and at risk to include: a. Assessment of individual needs for service based on the Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s) b. Identification of services to be arranged c. Arrangement of appropriate services by serving as liaison between resident and all care givers including service providers, family and volunteer staff. d. Monitoring the quality of services provided. e. Ongoing reassessment of resident needs. f. Follow-up of ongoing service provision to residents. g. Disposition/Termination of services 6. Establishes and maintains a current file on each resident client which will include, but not be limited to, documentation of each step in basic case management (as above); information relating to any reports, alleged or otherwise, of human or civil rights abuse; ongoing progress notes and follow-up and case resolution. All records will be kept in a secure, locked file. 7. Brings wellness/preventative medicine screenings and clinics into the property, along with speakers on all medical and legal issues of importance to the elderly. 8. Helps the residents build informal support networks with other residents, family and friends. 9. Upon receipt of the Release of Confidential Information, the Service Coordinator will work closely with the Community Manger to assure that the individual resident (and family) is assisted in getting all services necessary to continue residency in the project, or if necessary, to assist with the decision to move to a higher level of care. 10. All aspects of the Service Coordinator program will be discussed and coordinated with the Community Manager on an ongoing basis. 11. Will submit a monthly report of all pertinent activities to the Coordinator for Service Programs with a copy to the Community Manger. 12. Perform other duties as assigned.|
|Qualifications and Skills:||Education and Experience • A Bachelor’s Degree in social work, gerontology, or other social science is preferred, however the equivalent of five (5) years relevant work experience may be considered to substitute for a college degree. • Evidence of prior networking ability is required as is the ability to relate well with senior citizens. • Experience determining and arranging services for the elderly is essential.|
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