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Careers

Career Opportunities

CCLA thrives on our diversity and we are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to building a culturally diverse workplace. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, or disability. CCLA periodically hires for positions including attorneys, paralegals, and for legal administrative positions. For more information on open positions and career opportunities, please call the main office at 954-736-2400 or email CCLAemployment@legalaid.org.

 

Open Positions

ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST

Coast to Coast Legal Aid, a non-profit legal services corporation, seeks an Accounting Specialist to work with the Chief Financial Officer to manage its financial operations. CCLA provides free legal assistance to low income people in matters affecting essential needs. CCLA currently has a $4.8 million budget and 50 employees. CCLA has a diversified funding base of federal, state and local government grants, corporate and foundation support. Accounting Specialist Job Responsibilities:

• Work with accounts payable, accounts receivable, and payroll.
• Process incoming payments by check, credit card, and EFT.
• Receive, process, and reconcile statements.
• Prepare monthly financial statements.
• Generate and review monthly reports.
• Prepare and make bank deposits.
• Assist with preparation for annual audits.
• Prepare and distribute annual IRS forms.
• Ensure compliance with internal accounting procedures.
• Maintain accurate records, including ledgers, journals, receipts, and invoices.
• Perform administrative and other tasks as needed or as directed by the CFO.

Education and Experience Requirements:

• 1-3 years of general accounting experience
• 1-3 years of experience working with payroll, accounts receivable, and accounts payable
• Associate or Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field preferredCoast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida, Inc. is an Equal

Opportunity Employer. Competitive salary and comprehensive benefit package. CCLA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Email resume, cover letter, references, and salary history to patricepaldino@legalaid.org.

 

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER/CONTROLLER

Coast to Coast Legal Aid, a non-profit legal services corporation, seeks a CFO/Controller to manage its financial operations. CCLA provides free legal assistance to low income people in matters affecting essential needs. CCLA currently has a $4.8 million budget and 50 employees. CCLA has a diversified funding base of federal, state and local government grants, corporate and foundation support. The successful candidate will have proficiency in financial reporting, internal audit management, preparation for external audits, and benefits management; strong understanding of GAAP, OMB Uniform Guidance, accounting programs and other office software; excellent analytic and planning skills; and the ability to handle multiple and complex projects and work well within a team environment. The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) provides fiscal support to the organization, oversees all accounting practices, and supervises the Finance Department. The CFO supports and collaborates with the Executive Director in his/her management of the business aspects of the organization by: (1) providing leadership in financial management operations; (2) providing information on the fiscal impact of a broad range of issues including strategy, organization, compliance, regulation, investments, analysis, and reporting; and (3) offering strategic insight on financial implications of proposed decisions.

Financial Management

• Analyze and present financial results in an accurate and timely manner; clearly communicate monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements, projections, and critical financial matters to the Executive Director and the Board.
• Establish and maintain an appropriate internal control environment.
• Manage organizational cash flow and forecasting; ensure both restricted and unrestricted cash flows support operational requirements.
• Coordinate and lead the annual audit and 990 preparation and filing process; liaise with external auditors and the finance committee of the board of directors.
• Maximize efficiency of financial systems and processes; ensure sufficient capacity exists to handle growing volume and complexity as the organization expands.
• Ensure proper classification of assets, liabilities, net assets, revenues and expenses.
• Ensure compliance with Union contract in regards to salary increases, and annual leave benefits.
• Work with the development program.
• Supervise the fiscal assistant and other support staff positions.
• Participate in Board meetings and work with Board Treasurer.

Accounting and Tax

• Oversee all accounting functions.
• Oversee payroll and time keeping database.
• Ensure timely submission of employment taxes and payroll related forms and returns.
• Oversee proper inventory accounting of fixed assets.
• Ensure proper accounting of donations.
• Research, implement, and maintain hardware and software for accounting and finance.
• Maintain and update bi-annual Cost Allocation Plan.
• Provide training to attorneys on fiscal operation of Client Trust Accounts.
• Oversee audit process and coordinate with audit firm.
• Oversee preparation for tax returns including forms 990 and 5500 by external CPA firm and approve final return.
• Keep abreast of accounting, business, and financial issues by attending continuing education seminars.

Policy and Procedure

• Develop accounting policies to comply with GAAP, OMB Circulars A-110, A-122, LSC rules and regulations, trust account rules, tax, grant, and management reporting requirements.
• Establish internal controls.
• Maintain accounting manual with continuous review and enhancement of processes and controls.
Financial Planning and Analysis
• Prepare annual agency budget.
• Prepare financial projections.
• Interpret operating results.
• Make recommendations for cost efficiencies.
• Provide cost-benefit analyses including capital asset acquisitions, space leases, etc.
• Coordinate fiscal special projects and provide requisite analysis.

Grants Management

• Ensure timely and accurate preparation and submission of grant documents such as proposals, budgets, monthly actual expenditures, interim reports, budget modifications, final reports, and self-audits.
• Work closely with Deputy Director of Advocacy and Programs on grant proposals and reports.
• Participate in fiscal monitoring visits by funders.
• Ensure proper accounting for grant receivables.

Accounting Personnel Management

• Develop specific duty assignments of all Finance Department personnel.
• Recruit and interview accounting personnel and make hiring recommendations.
• Develop and train Finance Department personnel.
• Review work performed by Finance Department personnel.
• Supervise and evaluate Finance Department personnel.
• Maintain overall responsibility and accountability for Finance Department operations.

Strategic

• Provide financial scenarios for strategic initiatives.
• Assess financial and internal control risks of proposed initiatives and/or programs and propose recommendations.
Insurance/Contracts/Benefits
• Solicit bids and review major vendor proposals and contracts.
• Oversee renewal of insurance policies including general liability, property, umbrella, wind, flood workers and unemployment compensation, malpractice, fiduciary, and ERISA.
• Assist with benefits insurance renewals.

Qualifications

• A CPA license or MBA degree with concentration in Accounting or Finance.
• Minimum of five years’ experience managing a finance department; non- profit experience preferred.
• Proficiency in financial accounting and spreadsheet software.
• Proficient computer skills, specifically in Microsoft applications, accounting software, and databases.
• Working knowledge of nonprofit accounting.
• Experience with donor management software
• Demonstrated experience with personnel and operational/administrative management.
• High degree of flexibility, ability to multi-task, significant initiative and attention to details and accuracy.
• Superior oral and written communication skills; Strong business acumen, competency in business operations, and an ability to speak in non-financial terms.
• Excellent people skills, the ability to work effectively with a team and with diverse groups and individuals.
Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Competitive salary and comprehensive benefit package. CCLA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Email resume, cover letter, references, and salary history to patricepaldino@legalaid.org.

 

GRANTS SPECIALIST

A member of the Grants Team, this position reports directly to the Grants Developer/Administrator. Assist in the research, identification, development, organization, compilation, writing, application and submission of grant proposals in a timely manner to local, county, state, federal and foundation funding sources in accordance with applicable standards, regulations, guidelines and agency identified priorities. Position is located in Plantation, FL. Benefits package included. Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants are asked to submit a cover letter along with CV/Resume to the attention of Patrice Paldino, Executive Director at patricepaldino@legalaid.org

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTION/EXAMPLES OF DUTIES

• Research new and renewable funding sources online and through various memberships, directories, and newsletters.
• Coordinate and lead meetings/e-mails to timely relay RFP/NOFA priorities and deadlines to appropriate staff.
• Organize workload, set timelines, and assist program staff in identifying goals/objectives/outcomes, outcome measures, and project evaluations.
• Timely generate and submit well-researched, well-written, and well-documented grant proposals for local, county, state and federal funders.
• Maintain, update, and adhere to established Grant Development Calendar and Schedule ensuring all staff are current and compliant with benchmarks and deadlines.
• Work with Fiscal Administrator and Grants Developer/Administrator on the development, proofing, and revision of program budgets.
• Identifies possible joint applicant opportunities with local and state partners.
• Monitors local trends and developments through participation in collaborative grant committees and grant associations.
• Attend training and organizational meetings to further professional skills related to position, as identified by Grants Administrator and Director of Development.
• Assist with aspects of grant monitoring and compliance as directed.
• Ensure prompt acknowledgement of grant awards.
• Other duties as may be assigned by the Grants Administrator or Executive Director.

QUALIFICATIONS

Knowledge and Skills

• Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Communications, Public Relations, Marketing or related field
• Minimum 2 years direct experience in Grant Writing/Program Development, preferably some experience in legal services
• Proven Track record in securing new funding opportunities a plus
• Knowledge of grant/foundational support application process and proposal writing
• Excellent communications, writing, research, presentation and organizational skills
• Excellent inter-personal skills with ability to effectively and professionally engage with fellow staff and team members
• Excellent computer skills with a substantive command of various platforms and software systems including but not limited to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, online databases, online application portals, Google Docs, Dropbox and other FTPs, and social media.

Ability to

• Work with a legal staff to develop programs and funding to support legal services
• Set and meet strict timelines and deadlines
• Identify new sources of funding
• Work graciously under pressure to meet deadlines
• Manage multiple projects and work in a fast-paced environment
• Read, interpret and apply applicable rules, laws and regulations
• Plan, prioritize and coordinate multiple projects/applications
• Gather, analyze, and evaluate a variety of data
• Be an effective team player and display professionalism at all times
• Self-motivate, self-govern
• Display professionalism at all times
• Represent the interests of the organizations in the community

 

GRANT DEVELOPER/ADMINISTRATOR

Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida (CCLA) seeks a full time grant developer/administrator to strategically sustain and maximize grant and foundational support opportunities. Position is exempt. Salary based on experience. Position is located in Plantation, FL. Benefits package included. Equal Opportunity Employer.
Qualified applicants are asked to submit a cover letter along with CV/Resume to the attention of Patrice Paldino, Executive Director at patricepaldino@legalaid.org.

MAJOR FUNCTION AND PURPOSE

Under the general supervision of the Executive Director, the Grant Developer/Administrator will examine, manage and execute all aspects of grant and foundational support efforts and activities to 1) identify key funding sources available 2) determine feasibility of developing/sustaining programs to supplement annual budgetary allocations 3) write and submit applications and 4) facilitate with monitoring and compliance to ensure favorable and timely outcomes.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTION/EXAMPLES OF DUTIES

• Collaborate in defining and implementing an overall grant strategy with emphasis on collaborative and innovative methods for bringing in contract/support dollars to various programs
• Direct and implement the grant strategy driven by annual priorities of CCLA
• Maximize grant and foundational support opportunities
• Lead the activities to search, apply for and implement grants
• Write competitive grant proposals and assist with monitoring and compliance of awards
• Organize and direct the planning, design, content and preparation of all grant and foundational proposals
• Directly supervise the Grants Specialist
• Discuss program requirements and sources of funds available with appropriate administrative personnel (EDs, Fiscal, Project leads)
• Confer with key program personnel to develop program goals and objectives, outline how funds are to be used and explain procedures necessary to obtain funding
• Acquire relevant information from program staff, develop draft narratives and budgets
• Maintain/manage schedule of grant applications and deadlines – annual grants calendar
• Develop and maintain relationships with funders-capacity building
• Ensure full compliance of proposals with grantor/funder requirements as to content, format and documentation
• Conduct interdepartmental meetings to identify and prioritize project needs and areas for collaboration and coordinate and research grant preparation assignments
• Coordinate and plan scheduling of activities in accordance with funding guidelines
• Implement and maintain, a Grant Development Calendar and Schedule ensuring all deliverables are current and compliant with benchmarks and deadlines.
• Develop and incorporate outcome measurement standards, evaluation processes and reporting requirements into all proposals
• Keep abreast of local and national trends in development through participation in collaborative grant associations
• Other duties as may be assigned by the Executive Director

QUALIFICATIONS

Knowledge and Skills
• Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Non-Profit Management, Communications, Public Relations, Marketing or related field
• Minimum 5-7 years proven competitive grant writing and grants management experience in the non-profit sector, preferably some experience in legal services
• Highly motivated individual with proven success in grant and foundational support writing and competitive funding strategies at the local, state and national level
• Knowledge of Legal Services Corporation Basic Field Grant
• Knowledge of grant and foundational support application process and proposal writing
• Knowledge of key trends in grantmaking, sourcing funds and refined research channels
• Excellent communications, writing, editing, research, presentation and organizational skills
• Excellent inter-personal skills with ability to effectively and professionally engage with fellow staff and team members
• Excellent computer skills with a substantive command of various platforms and software systems including but not limited to MS Office (including word, excel, power point), database management, online grantmaking portals and systems, varied grant and foundational support databases

Ability to:

• Work with a legal staff to develop programs and funding to support legal services
• Apply critical thinking and strategic vision
• Identify new sources of funding
• Set and adhere to strict timelines and deadlines
• Work graciously under pressure to meet deadlines
• Adapt and adjust in a fast paced work environment-maneuverability
• Effectively supervise, manage and collaborate as needed
• Take initiative and utilize innovative techniques and ingenuity in preparing applications
• Read, interpret and apply applicable rules, laws and regulations
• Plan, Prioritize and coordinate multiple projects/applications
• Gather, analyze, and evaluate a variety of data
• Participate as a team player, while taking the lead in developing grant proposals
• Self-motivate, self-govern
• Motivate and encourage others
• Display professionalism at all times
• Represent the interests of the organizations in the community

 

MARKETING & EVENT MANAGER

Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida (CCLA) seeks a full time Marketing & Event Manager. Position is exempt. Salary based on experience. Position is located in Plantation, FL. Benefits package included. Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants are asked to submit a cover letter along with CV/Resume to the attention of Patrice Paldino, Executive Director at patricepaldino@legalaid.org.

The Marketing & Event Manager largely assists the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer in communications, marketing and branding efforts for Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida (CCLA) and their programs, as well as assisting in cultivating potential donors and sponsors. This position is exempt and reports directly to the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer. Salary commensurate with experience. CCLA is an equal opportunity employer

RESPONSIBILITIES

• Build, sustain and expand relationships with law firms, corporations, law schools and bar associations with emphasis on obtaining partnerships and sponsorships and identifying potential revenue streams
• Attend various functions to promote the various assets of LAS and CCLA and ways to get involved
• Develop and coordinate the annual pro bono giving campaign
• Collaborate with Pro Bono Project in the development of CLE trainings for attorneys, the recruitment of pro bono attorneys, and recognition opportunities for pro bono attorneys
• Manage the 17th Judicial Circuit Pro Bono Committee, including quarterly meetings with the volunteer bar associations, planning the content and strategy and serving as point person for the committee activities
• Identify, develop and coordinate publicity and promotional opportunities, including but not limited to the preparation and distribution of press releases and photos to media outlets and maintaining press clippings
• Coordinate event logistics for any and all special events and fundraisers
• Conceptualize and write stories and articles about the organizations and our clients
• Prepare statistical and analytical reports, including information required by funders
• Prepare monthly Board of Directors report and submit to Chief Marketing and Communications Officer
• Assist Chief Marketing and Communications Officer in determining long-range goals and strategic planning
• Assist Chief Marketing and Communications Officer in all fundraising and friend-raising activities
• Other duties as assigned by the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer

QUALIFICATIONS/TECHNICAL SKILLS

• 8-10 years minimum professional work experience in the areas of marketing/public relations/communications, fundraising, and event planning
• Demonstrated experience with project management involving multiple assets and stakeholders
• Strong organizational, time management and communications
• Excellent writing, design, editing, and proofreading
• Ability to work in MS OFFICE and general understanding or experience with a CRM/donor management database
• Preferred skills: Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, Collaborative Productivity Apps, Word Press, HTML, drag and drop website builders and plug-ins
Social media: Twitter, Facebook, You Tube, Blogging

ABILITY TO

• Apply logical thinking
• Set and adhere to strict timelines and deadlines
• Work both independently and collaboratively
• Work graciously under pressure to meet deadlines
• Adapt and adjust in a fast paced work environment-maneuverability
• Plan, prioritize, coordinate and execute multiple projects; multi-task
• Effectively collaborate – be team oriented and a team player
• Take initiative, self-motivate, be resourceful
• Display professionalism and cultural sensitivity
• Represent the interests of the organizations in the community

 

CHIEF MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER

Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida (CCLA) seeks a full time Chief Marketing and Communications Officer. Position is exempt. Competitive salary. Position is located in Plantation, FL. Benefits package included. Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants are asked to submit a cover letter along with CV/Resume to the attention of Patrice Paldino, Executive Director at patricepaldino@legalaid.org.

The Chief Marketing and Communications Officer reports directly to the Executive Director of CCLA which provides free civil legal services. Working closely with the Board, volunteer fund-raising campaign committee and staff and volunteers, this individual is responsible for formulating, implementing, and directing fundraising, marketing and event strategies.

Responsibilities:

• Plans, directs and implements a comprehensive, proactive and creative development plan that generates individual, corporate, government, foundation and organizational donations at a variety of levels.
• Creates and implements strategies and research to identify, prioritize, cultivate, solicit, recognize and steward all donors and prospects.
• Leads organizational branding and marketing efforts to bring and sustain a strong community identity.
• Supervises social media outlets including website, Facebook and Twitter.
• Collaborates with staff, board and volunteers to gather stories and outcome statistics that demonstrate the value of programs funded.
• Oversees preparation of written brochures, pamphlets, newsletters and annual reports.
• Develops yearly pro-bono fundraising campaign reaching all Broward County attorneys.
• Supervises the Marketing Manager.
• Responsible for coordinating and implementing all special events.
• Supports all staff, pro-bono, outreach and recruitment activities.
• Assist the Chief Operating Officer in the implementation/development of a client hotline.

Qualifications:

• A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
• Prior legal marketing and planned giving experience a plus.
• Substantial experience in fund and friend raising.
• A successful records of securing major funding sources.
• Prior management and organizational experience with a proven ability to lead and motivate staff.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Experience coordinating and implementing special events.
• A commitment to the mission of improving the lives of those in need through quality legal assistance.
• Ability to inspire and motivate through actions and ideas.

 

Staff Attorney with Foreclosure Experience

The Senior Citizen Law Project is seeking to hire a full-time Staff Attorney experienced in litigating mortgage/condo/HOA foreclosure and consumer cases.  This unit provides legal counseling and/or representation to Broward County residents who are 60 years of age or older in various areas, such as, Housing, Health and Public Benefits, Consumer, Naturalization, Abuse and Financial Exploitation. 

Key Responsibilities: Conduct client interviews, Engage in discovery and depositions; Conduct legal research; Draft pleadings and motions; Attend court hearings and bench trials; and conduct outreach presentations/community education events Supervise support staff; and Perform other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications and Skills:

  • Licensed to practice law in Florida
  • 3-5 years of legal experience preferably in foreclosure and consumer defense
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, as direct client contact is
  • Ability to work independently and manage a varied caseload is essential
  • Ability to work in a fast-pace environment
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • A commitment and passion for working with the low-income vulnerable
  • Professional demeanor and client-oriented focus
  • Ability to work with web-based applications
  • Strong computer skills, proficient in Microsoft Office, particularly Word and Excel

This is a full-time exempt position. The successful applicant must be able to work remotely and have technology skills in platforms such as Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and PDF.  Bi-lingual (Spanish or Haitian Creole) preferred but not required. Salary D.O.E. plus excellent fringe benefits. Submit resume to CCLAemployment@legalaid.org by 10/14/2020.  

 

Victim Rights Attorney for Victims of Intimate Partner Violence

Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida is looking for a hardworking, compassionate Attorney for a project providing victims of intimate partner violence with access to legal representation to assert and seek enforcement of their civil rights in criminal cases, including appellate proceedings.  Criminal experience is preferred.  Florida Bar membership required.  The Attorney will also conduct outreach and trainings throughout the community. The Attorney will become skilled regarding the applicable laws and dynamics of intimate partner violence. The Attorney must comply with all program requirements, including efficient case management, completion of timely grant reports, time keeping requirements, and all mandated trainings. Bilingual (English and Spanish or Creole) preferred. EOE. Email resume to patricepaldino@legalaid.org.

 

Attorney for Economic Advocacy and Community Health Unit

Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida, Inc. (CCLA) is seeking an attorney in its Economic Advocacy and Community Health (EACH) Unit. The EACH Unit works on a wide range of state-issued public benefits issues including SNAP (Food Stamps), TANF (Cash Assistance), Medicaid, The attorney would be also be required to handle Social Security Disability and SSI claims from initial through Federal Court.  This exciting and demanding staff attorney position entails a combination of representation of individual clients in administrative hearings and court actions and community education.  The staff attorney will work collaboratively with others in the unit to identify systemic issues, and develop strategies to address them, as well as to zealously represent individuals in need of benefits.   The staff attorney will also have related intake responsibilities and supervision of staff and interns as needed.  

We seek applicants with the following qualifications:

  • Interest and ability to do systemic and direct client representation.
  • Experience preferred particularly in the area of Social Security law.   Entry level applicants will be considered if they have strong clinical or internship work experience in Social Security claims. 
  • Excellent work ethic, organization, and communication skills
  • Excellent legal research and writing skills
  • Experience and ability to work with low-income and vulnerable individuals, individuals with limited English proficiency and individuals in crisis with an urgent need for subsistence benefits
  • Illustrate a high level commitment to racial justice advocacy
  • Fluency in another language helpful, but not required

This is a full-time exempt position.  The successful applicant must be able to work remotely and have technology skills in platforms such as Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and PDF. Florida Bar membership required or another State Bar is acceptable if willing to sit for the next Florida Bar exam. Salary commensurate with experience. CCLA is an equal opportunity employer.

To Apply: Please include a cover letter, resume, three professional references and one brief writing sample (10 pages or less).   Email resume to patricepaldino@legalaid.org. Application deadline October 30, 2020

 

VICTIM RIGHTS ATTORNEY FOR VICTIMS OF INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE

Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida, Inc. (CCLA) is looking for a hardworking, compassionate attorney for a project providing victims of intimate partner violence with access to legal representation to assert and seek enforcement of their civil rights in criminal cases, including appellate proceedings.  Criminal experience is preferred.  Florida Bar membership required.  This is a full-time exempt position. The successful applicant must be able to work remotely and have technology skills in platforms such as Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and PDF. The attorney will also conduct outreach and trainings throughout the community. The attorney will become skilled regarding the applicable laws and dynamics of intimate partner violence. The attorney must comply with all program requirements, including efficient case management, completion of timely grant reports, time keeping, and all mandated trainings. Bilingual (English and Spanish or Creole) preferred. CCLA is an equal opportunity employer. Email resume to patricepaldino@legalaid.org.

 

ATTORNEY FOR SENIOR VICTIMS OF CRIME

Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida, Inc. (CCLA) is looking for a hardworking, compassionate, experienced attorney to represent victims of crime, age 60 and older, for their civil legal needs including: injunctions for protection, housing, consumer, and family cases. Frequent courtroom litigation. The attorney should have the ability to multitask, organize, and prioritize. This is a full-time exempt position. The successful applicant must be able to work remotely and have technology skills in platforms such as Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and PDF. Florida Bar membership required. The attorney must comply with all program requirements, including efficient case management, completion of information for grant reports, time keeping, and all mandated trainings. Bilingual (English and Spanish or Creole) preferred. Salary commensurate with experience. CCLA is an equal opportunity employer. Email resume to patricepaldino@legalaid.org.

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