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Posted 3/15/2022

University of Georgia

Assistant Professor of Extension for Financial Planning and Consumer Wellbeing (nine month, academic appointment, tenure track, expected to be 75% public service and outreach, 25% teaching)

Start date:                 
August 1, 2022 or as negotiated. 

Qualifications:          
Candidates must have a doctorate degree at the time of appointment in financial planning or a closely-related discipline (e.g., family economics, consumer economics, resource management, accounting, and economics). 

Responsibilities:
The successful applicant must understand and embrace the land grant mission of public service and outreach, including serving the needs of underrepresented and/or economically disadvantaged individuals and communities. The successful applicant must be an effective communicator, both orally and written and with diverse audiences, and must work successfully, both independently and within a team. The ideal applicant must have a commitment to excellence in undergraduate and graduate education.

Candidates must demonstrate promise of moving toward excellence in service to Georgia citizens and their families, student instruction, scholarly activities, professional development activities, professional leadership, and/or service to the profession.

The ideal candidate will have a strong research agenda related    to financial health literacy, be able to collaborate with faculty working on the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program at UGA. Expertise in writing grant proposals, familiarity with university grants and contracts, knowledge of IRB/Human Subjects procedures and policies, and the ability to manage many different projects and programs simultaneously is desired. 

Work with faculty with multiple disciplinary expertise to grow and/or sustain scholarly undergraduate and graduate programs in financial planning. Teach the equivalent of 2 three-credit undergraduate and/or graduate courses per year in financial planning, housing and consumer economics. Conduct and disseminate applied research findings through trainings and materials to County Extension Agents, and the general public, as needed. Obtain extramural funds for research and program funding. Participate in    departmental and collegiate governance and professional organizations. 

Department:             
The Department of Financial Planning, Housing, and Consumer is one of the four academic units in the College of Family and Consumer Sciences. It offers B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees with an enrollment of approximately 320 undergraduate and 90 graduate students. Undergraduate programs include Financial Planning, Consumer Economics (with an optional emphasis in Applied Consumer Analytics), Housing Management and Policy (with an optional emphasis in Residential Property Management), and Social Entrepreneurship. Master’s degree emphases include Financial Planning, Consumer Economics, and Applied Consumer Analytics, Community Development, and Housing Management and Policy. The Department is staffed by 20 faculty members with expertise in financial literacy, financial planning, consumer decision making, consumer and family policy, housing, and residential property management. Extension and public service faculty provide practical, research-based information to Georgia residents to improve quality of lives and communities. 

University:                 
The University of Georgia (UGA), located in Athens, is a public research university, a land-grant/sea-grant institution in the University System of Georgia. Founded in 1785, UGA is the largest and most comprehensive educational institution in the state. The campus and community of Athens offer many cultural and recreational opportunities. UGA has approximately 39,000 students and has been ranked in the top 15 public universities in U.S. News & World Report. The Athens campus is approximately 65 miles northeast of Atlanta, 60 miles from Blue Ridge Mountains, and 195 miles from the Atlantic coast. Athens fosters a rich cultural environment interconnected with the university and is perennially identified as one of America’s most livable cities. Additional information about the college and university can be found at: http://www.fcs.uga.edu/ and http://www.uga.edu/

Closing date:            
Complete applications received by April 15, 2022 will be given full consideration.

The college desires to fill this position by August 2022, but the start date is negotiable. The search will remain open until the position is filled. 

Procedure:                
Complete applications will include a cover letter, a statement of teaching philosophy, a curriculum vita, an unofficial copy of transcript for graduate study, and names and contact information for three references. Applicants are invited, but not required, to submit up to three letters of support. The applications and supporting documents should be uploaded via the UGAJobs website: https://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/247386 . Questions about this position or the application process should be directed to Dr. Pamela Turner ([email protected])  or Ms. Melissa McBride ([email protected]). 

The college welcomes applications and nominations of minorities and others who share our passion about and reflect our desire to support a culture of diversity and inclusion. The University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, genetic information, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation or protected veteran status. Persons needing accommodations or assistance with the accessibility of materials related to this search are encouraged to contact Central HR ([email protected]). Please do not contact the department or search committee with such requests.

 

Posted 3/15/2022

North Carolina State University

North Carolina State University’s SNAP-Ed Program, Steps to Health, is currently hiring a Lead Food and Built Environments Extension Associate. 

The Food and Built Environments Extension Associate will provide expertise and facilitates Policy, Systems, and Environmental (PSE) interventions, as well as strategies that focus on opportunities to support healthy nutrition and physical activity behaviors within the food system including, farmers markets, retail outlets, school and community gardens, food pantries, parks, and farm to institution. The Lead Food and Built Environments Extension Associate works with and assists the project team and the project faculty to develop nutrition education programs, materials, and reporting. The position works under the guidance and supervision of the Project Coordinator who works closely with the Principle Investigator (PI). 

For more information, please see job posting here: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/159264

 

Posted 3/10/2022

Louisiana State University

Director and Professor - School of Nutrition and Food Sciences

Position Type: Faculty
Department: LSUAG Chancellor - Program Leader 3 (Gina Elaine Eubanks (00009475)
Work Location: S. Knapp Hall
Pay Grade: Academic

Job Description:
LOCATION: School of Nutrition and Food Sciences, Knapp Hall, Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, Baton Rouge, LA 70803

The Director's primary duty is to provide leadership for faculty, staff, and students who strive  for excellence in research, teaching, and extension programs for the School Nutrition and Food Sciences. The Director will also be responsible for facilitating collaboration within and across faculties, and for the effective management of fiscal, human, and physical resources in support of these strategies.  The Director evaluates the performance of faculty and staff and facilitates working relationships with regional, parish, and research station offices and other departments within the LSU AgCenter.  The Director serves as a catalyst for extramural funding and collaborations with industry stakeholders and interdisciplinary collaborations with faculty from other campuses and departments within the LSU system.

This is a joint position between the LSU A&M campus and the LSU AgCenter campus with the primary appointment being with the LSU AgCenter.  The LSU AgCenter and College of Agriculture are dedicated to diversity and inclusion in programs and employment.  The School Director's responsibilities are performed in a manner that is non-discriminatory based on race, creed, color, marital status, sexual orientation, religion, sex, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, or veteran status.  The Director reports to the Vice President for Agriculture through the AgCenter Program Leader for Nutrition and Food Sciences and the LSU College of Agriculture Executive Associate Dean.

For full details and to apply, please visit: https://lsu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/LSU/details/Director-and-Professor---School-of-Nutrition-and-Food-Sciences_R00065126?q=Director+and+Prof

 

Posted 3/7/2022

north carolina state university

Extension Agent, FCS - Yancy County

The agent in this position will provide leadership for the development, implementation, evaluation, and marketing of an effective educational program in family and consumer sciences, including the areas of foods, nutrition, and health.  Other programming focuses for this position might include local community issues related to housing, parenting, family resource management, human development, and aging.

Primary Function of Organizational Unit
The agent will collaborate and network with other agencies, groups, and organizations with similar missions. Additional responsibilities will include recruiting and training Extension Master Food Volunteers providing leadership supervision and assistance as needed. The professional in this position must be energetic, enjoy working with individuals as well as groups, be able to work with diverse audiences, and have the ability to multi-task with little supervision.

Co-program with Agents in the office and the district.  Be a team!
  • Create new collaborations and maintain existing partnerships with food, health, and nutrition-based agencies and health professionals in programs focusing on health through nutrition food programs. 
  • Train, supervise, and coach Master Food Volunteers. Create a volunteer development model to facilitate meaningful volunteer roles
  • Facilitate the collection of appropriate Civil Rights documentation.
  • Create and implement a program development model which focuses on health. 
Create a professional development plan which embraces lifelong learning.
  • Travel within the county, district, and to the state office.
  • Experience preparing and presenting educational resource materials for face-to-face settings or via other forms of writing, and the internet, including social media, is important.

For full details, and to apply, visit: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/158157

 

Posted 3/7/2022

north carolina state university

Extension Agent, FCS - Yadkin County

The agent in this position will provide leadership for the development, implementation, evaluation, and marketing of an effective educational program in family and consumer sciences, including the areas of foods, nutrition, and health. 

Primary Function of Organizational Unit
North Carolina Cooperative Extension gives our residents easy access to the resources and expertise of NC State University and NC A&T State University. Through educational programs, publications, and events, Cooperative Extension field faculty deliver unbiased, research-based information to North Carolina citizens.

Yadkin County is full of adventures just waiting to be discovered. From local vineyards and wineries to rolling farmland and a rural character, Yadkin is home to small town charm with close proximity to big city amenities in NC’s Piedmont Triad. 
 
The Yadkin Agriculture and Education Building is home to a commercial kitchen just primed and ready to be a training site and incubator for those looking to add value to fruits or vegetables or to start a food business.

Additional responsibilities will include recruiting and training Extension Volunteers and serving as Advisor to an active Extension Volunteer Association (Extension Community Association), providing leadership and assistance as needed. This individual will also work with the NC Farms App that connects local farms to buyers and the WIC Community Garden Project that provides education to low income families on healthy eating.
 
The professional in this position must be energetic, enjoy working with individuals as well as groups, be able to work with diverse audiences, and have the ability to manage multiple tasks with little supervision. 
 
The professional in this position will also provide leadership to a foods program not limited to preservation, processing and value-added products and this professional should be comfortable working with younger audiences including working parents, youth, and other audiences seeking to learn traditional family and consumer science skills deemed appropriate by county wants and needs.. Food entrepreneurship skills would be preferred. Programming on family resource management and integration with other staff members is encouraged. 
 
The successful candidate is expected to be a team player working with the Extension staff and other organizations, possess a high degree of subject matter competence, possess excellent oral and written communication skills, and have the ability to work independently.

For full details, and to apply, visit: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/158157

 

Posted 3/7/2022

north carolina state university

Southeast District Extension Director

The Southeast District Extension Director (DED) provides leadership to each county in the assigned district while under the supervision of the Associate Director of NCCES and with the County Operations Team, the State as a whole.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • Provide strong, visionary, and progressive administrative leadership to the district on behalf of the total organization.
  • Provide leadership to field faculty and staff to develop, deliver, and evaluate exceptional, comprehensive educational programs that address NCCES’ priority program areas of agriculture, food systems, and 4-H youth development, family and consumer sciences and community development, as identified by the citizens, the counties, and the University collectively through extensive needs assessment and program planning methodology.
  • Ensure that programs are available to all interested persons in accordance with applicable equal opportunity/civil rights laws and best practices. Ensure that all employees, volunteers, and citizens are provided access according to civil rights laws and best practices.
  • Extensive personnel management responsibilities for recruiting, developing, supervising, and evaluating each County Extension Director (20-25 in each district), who in turn supervise the county staff members. Engages in staff development, coaching and employee relations to ensure excellent personnel management. Provides extensive support to county field faculty in the promotion process.
  • Responsibility for the University portion of the County Operations budget for each office within the district, including salary, travel, and other operating budgets.
  • Supervise one administrative assistant who supports the DED and District, as well as is responsive to the other DEDs/County Operations Team and the Associate Director.
  • Supervise Area Specialized Agents within the district.
  • Work collaboratively with county partners (County Managers, Boards of County Commissioners, etc.) and State Advisory Council members.
  • Work effectively as part of the County Operations Team, along with colleagues in Organizational Development, Program Leadership, Information Technology, Personnel and Regional Program Leaders from NC A&T State. Will be assigned organizational projects that solve issues and/or advance strategic priorities. 
Highly qualified candidates will possess:
  • Substantial knowledge and understanding of the Extension organization, operation, philosophy and strategic objectives.
  • Demonstrated abilities in the areas of planning/project management, organizing, budgeting/financial management, personnel management, motivating employees, team building and project management.
  • Exceptional, proven competency in interpersonal relationship skills, including the ability to effectively relate to and communicate with staff, faculty, elected officials, colleagues, and the public.
  • Knowledge and proficiency in the use of technology to support program delivery, training and staff development.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in at least one core program area of Agriculture, Natural Resources, Youth Development/4-H, Community Development, and/or Family and Consumer Sciences.
  • Ability to interpret and enforce University policy and best practices in a variety of areas, including personnel and financial, conflict of interest, volunteer management, program liability.
  • Strong work ethic, independent responsibility, attention to detail, dependability, and follow-through.
  • Ability to travel as extensive travel is required.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Associate Director of NCCES, Director of NCCES or Dean.
This position is located in Raleigh, NC (Southeast District).

For full details, and to apply, visit: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/158939

 

Posted 3/7/2022

north carolina state university

Assistant Professor - Food, Bioprocess & Nutrition Science

The Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences seeks a highly-qualified candidate for an Assistant Professor position in the area of Food Systems Sustainability. This will be a tenure-track position with an 80% research and 20% teaching appointment.  The incumbent will be expected to develop an internationally recognized, multidisciplinary, externally-funded research program in the area of food systems waste and/or sustainability that involves aspects of processing, microbiology, chemistry, and engineering. This includes an expectation to train graduate and undergraduate students via research and internship experiences.

Research and teaching could include areas such as, but not limited to: 
  • Recycling, repurposing, recovery, and commercialization of value-added components in plant, animal, or fermentation-based food waste streams to contribute to a circular economy.
  • Food-related wastewater quality, wastewater reuse, and minimization of industrial water use.
  • Food packaging, biosensor/remote sensing, or omics solutions to prevent, identify, or minimize waste.
  • Food processing solutions to minimize material inputs, waste and energy use.
  • The use of machine learning or artificial intelligence to maximize efficiency in food processing and storage across the food supply chain via process control, traceability or other means.

For full details, and to apply, visit: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/158751

 

Posted 3/7/2022

north carolina state university

Assistant Professor & Extension Specialist: Nutrition Education and Behavior

The need for nutrition education is increasing due to heightened awareness from consumers and the important role nutrition plays in the prevention of chronic diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer. This position would work to deliver messages on food, food preparation, nutrition, health, and wellness.

This is a 12-month tenure track position in the Department of Agricultural and Human Sciences at NC State University. The position will be part of a dynamic team of specialists within the department and across the college working in the area of food and health. This position carries a 10% effort in Teaching and 90% effort in Extension. Essential job duties include:

  • Provide programmatic expertise for NC State extension at the intersections of food, nutrition, and health. This would include food, nutrients in food, chronic disease risk reduction, nutrition-related health disparities, and food preparation.
  • Develop programs to be delivered by extension agents in the area of food and nutrition.
  • Train extension agents in the area of food and nutrition.
  • Develop and test new delivery strategies that use technology to reach a broader audience with research-based information. These strategies could become models for the nation as other nutrition professionals look to use technology for program delivery.
  • Collaborate with the Plant Sciences Initiative (PSI) and Plants for Human Health Institute (PHHI), as they seek to share their research findings on food and health with a broad audience.
  • Work with an interdisciplinary department team to develop a doctoral program in Agricultural and Human Sciences. This could include teaching research methods, advanced extension education theory, or developing new courses as needed by the graduate program.
  • Supervise student research and mentor graduate students as needed.
  • Work/partner with internal CALS Departments such as Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS) and Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences (FBNS), as well as external partners and funders (other local universities, non-profit organizations, and/or public health and/or dietetics and nutrition organizations) on projects.
  • Conduct scholarly activity related to teaching and applied research in area(s) of specific expertise.
  • Secure external funding for extension, scholarship, and development activities.
  • Serve on departmental, college, and university committees, as appropriate.
  • Provide service to appropriate professional organizations.

For full details, and to apply, visit: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/159037

 

Posted 10/29/2021

Extension Agent – Family & Consumer Sciences and 4-H/Youth Development, Custer County, Miles City, Montana.

The primary focus for this full-time position will be to provide leadership and educational programming in the discipline of Family and Consumer Sciences and to share program leadership for the 4-H/Youth Development program.  The Extension Office in Custer County includes a full-time agent for Agriculture, Natural Resources and Horticulture with shared responsibility for the 4-H program, and a full-time office administrative assistant. For complete description and application, please visit http://msuextension.org and click on “Careers.” Screening begins November 29, 2021. Equal Opportunity Employer, Veterans/Disabled.

 

Posted 6/14/2021

North Carolina State University

Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS)
Farm to School Outreach Extension Assistant 

The Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS) is seeking a Farm to School (F2S) Outreach Assistant. The F2S Outreach Assistant will support CEFS’ farm to school work, and also help coordinate and support the steering committee of the Farm to School Coalition of NC, including management of the F2SCNC website updates, social media accounts, weekly newsletter, and listserv.  

CEFS and the Farm to School Coalition of NC are multi-disciplinary and state-agency teams. The Farm to School Coalition of NC and CEFS both are committed to work through a Racial Equity lens and all work will be done with Racial Equity as a priority. By working with a Racial Equity lens we mean three things: 1) Acknowledge the presence of structures that shape life options and outcomes. 2) Analyze the impact of structures on a specific issue, condition, or population. 3) Develop structural strategies to interrupt inequities and improve outcomes and opportunities for all. 

This is a full-time 1 year position with potential renewal. This position will be a remote position until further notice due to COVID-19, and can stay remote or become an in-person position once CEFS staff return to the office on the NC State University campus (likely in July 2021). This position will provide an opportunity to gain rich experience in farm to school working with both state agency leads in farm to school as well as day to day practitioners and students.   

Position Description:

The primary purpose of this F2S Outreach Extension Assistant position is to

  • support relationship development and communications of the farm to school (f2s) Initiatives of CEFS and the Farm to School Coalition of NC, as well as 
  • partner in developing, designing, and implementing outreach programming that advances farm to school across NC. 

The F2S Outreach Extension Assistant will report to CEFS F2S Coordinator and support the coordination of the Farm to School Coalition of NC steering committee.  

The specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • work with principal investigators and project leads on program development, outreach, implementation, data collection, and assessment;
  • coalition logistical support;
  • social media, listserv, website management and communications; and 
  • support on development of promotional, training, and educational resources.

Other

The Extension Local Foods Working group is developing an on-line course in farm to school with multiple modules, and the F2S Outreach Extension Assistant will be part of our farm to school working group to develop particular modules, based on expertise and interest.

  • helping team create content at planning sessions,
  • supporting connection of community partners with the film crew, and
  • work on final products with whole team and curriculum specialist.

Additional duties as assigned. 

Minimum Experience/Education – Master’s degree in Food Systems, Agriculture, Rural Development, Education, Nutrition, Dietetics,  or related fields, OR Bachelor’s degree in above disciplines with at least 3 years of related experience, possibly as an intern, apprentice, or early career position in related area.

Other Required Qualifications –

  • Knowledge of food systems and farm to school generally, the impacts of racial inequities and strategies for building Racial Equity in Food Systems/Farm to School.
  • Clear racial equity lens and ability to analyze impacts of programs and processes.
  • Knowledge of educational systems as well as farm to school challenges, needs, and key players.
  • Excellent communication skills (written and oral).
  • Excellent organizing, people, decision making, computer and social media skills for a variety of audiences.
  • Experience working independently as well as with multiple partners and on multiple projects, including a large state-level project.
  • Demonstrated success supporting pursuit of goals and outcomes.
  • Desire to learn and develop a network and skill sets in farm to school. 

Preferred Experience and Skills – The ideal candidate will have the following skills/attributes:

  • A passion for educational systems as well as farm to school challenges, needs, and key players in North Carolina.
  • Knowledgeable of food systems and farm to school generally, the impacts of racial inequities and strategies for building Racial Equity in Food Systems/Farm to School, and of the North Carolina context in particular. 

To apply, please visit https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/145263

The Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS) is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, political affiliation, status as an individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran. Please see the job posting for information about how to request disability-related accommodations during the application and interview process.

 

Posted 4/22/2021

NC State University

Extension Agent, Family and Consumer Sciences

Essential responsibilities for the position include planning, marketing, conducting and evaluating educational programs in Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) for Catawba County.

Emphasis of the Family and Consumer Sciences program is on nutrition, food safety, health and wellness, food preservation, chronic disease reduction, and volunteer management. The position will conduct viable, proactive research-based educational programs in these areas primarily for adult audiences. The position will collaborate with Extension agents in the region on common educational program initiatives. All agents are expected to have a youth component in their programming.

There is a strong demand for food safety information from home audiences, non-profit organizations, churches, commercial food operations and the restaurant trade. The ability to obtain training in an approved food safety certification program is expected.

The agent will collaborate and network with other agencies, groups, and organizations with similar missions. The professional in this position must be energetic, enjoy working with individuals as well as groups, be able to work with diverse audiences, and have the ability to manage multiple tasks with little supervision. The successful candidate is expected to be a team player working with the Extension staff, including livestock, local foods, 4-H, gardening and other initiatives and organizations as appropriate. One should possess a high degree of subject matter competence, and have the ability to work independently.

For full details and to apply, please visit: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/142890

 

Posted 4/19/2021

University of North Carolina - 2 Positions
Locations:  Polk County and Cherokee County

The agent in this position will provide leadership for the development, implementation, evaluation, and marketing of an effective educational program in family and consumer sciences, including the areas of foods, nutrition, and health. The agent will collaborate and network with other agencies, groups, and organizations with similar missions. Additional responsibilities will include recruiting and training Extension Master Food Volunteers providing leadership supervision and assistance as needed. The professional in this position must be energetic, enjoy working with individuals as well as groups, be able to work with diverse audiences, and have the ability to multi-task with little supervision. 

The successful candidate is expected to be a team player working with Extension staff and other organizations, possess a high degree of subject matter competence, possess excellent oral and written communication skills, and have the ability to work independently. The individual should be comfortable speaking/making presentations to groups.
Conduct health and nutrition programming that has a meaningful impact on the people of Polk County.
Also:
  • Assist the 4H/youth agent with food and nutrition-related programming.
  • Be active in the community by joining health/nutrition-related boards to serve a broad audience.
  • Maintain a clean, neat, and functional kitchen workspace
  • Seek out donations and conduct fundraisers to support the FCS program and overall Extension mission.

For full details and to apply, please visit the appropriate link below:

Cherokee County: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/142848

Polk County: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/142097

 

Posted 11/05/2020

Utah State University

Home and Community Extension Assistant/Associate Professor or Professional Practice Extension Assistant Professor (Sevier County)

Overview
Utah State University Extension invites applications for a faculty position in the Home and Community Department. This is a 12-month, fiscal-year appointment. Extension faculty develop, provide, evaluate, and coordinate research-based educational programs for youth and adults. Extension faculty also recruit, train and supervise volunteer leaders and serve as a liaison between local clientele, other resource agencies, and Utah State University administrators, faculty, and programs. Extension faculty have Sevier County, departmental, and University responsibilities. An office will be provided at the Sevier County Extension Office in Richfield, Utah. 

Responsibilities 

  • Provide leadership to Extension activities
  • Develop, implement and evaluate programs for adults and youth
  • Develop partnerships and employ innovative approaches to reach clientele and new audiences
  • Pursue internal and external funding to support Extension programming
  • Document impacts and produce scholarly publications based on Extension programming
  • Manage budgets, personnel, and volunteers
  • Serve diverse audiences and support the civil rights mandate of Utah State University Extension
  • Serve and collaborate with other Extension county faculty and specialists, University personnel, community and government agencies, and stakeholders

For full details on this position, and to apply, please visit:
https://careers-usu.icims.com/jobs/3085/home-and-community-extension-assistant-associate-professor-or-professional-practice-extension-assistant-professor-(sevier-county)/job?mobile=false&width=1200&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-420&jun1offset=-360

 

 
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