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SNAP-Ed Health & Wellness Regional Coordinator (Metro Region) (# 359587)

  • ... All Other ,See Job Description, Minnesota, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 30 per hour
  • Posted on: Feb 02, 2024       Expires on:

SNAP-Ed Health & Wellness Regional Coordinator (Metro Region) (# 359587)   

JOB TITLE:

SNAP-Ed Health & Wellness Regional Coordinator (Metro Region) (# 359587)

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

All Other ,See Job Description Minnesota United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Job ID: 359587

About the Job

Title: SNAP-Ed Health and WellnessRegional Coordinator (Metro)

Appointment: Full-time, Extension Program Associate 3, Supv (7316A3), CivilService

Extension Area: Department of Family, Health and Wellbeing | Health andNutrition

Office Location: Location to be determined in the Central Region;Hybrid workoptions available

Estimated Salary Range: $25 - $30/hourdepending on qualifications

Application Deadline: February 25, 2024

Extension's Family,Health and Wellbeing Department is in need of a SNAP-Ed Health & Wellness Regional Coordinator.
SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Regional Coordinators are charged with the implementation and management of the SNAP-Ed program in a definedmulti-county ( i.
e.
, Hennepin, Ramsey, Dakota, Anoka, Scott, Wright, McLeod, etc.
.
.
) region of the state.
This particular SNAP-Ed Health andWellness Regional Coordinator is in charge of a portion of the central region which includes the metro area.
The person in this positionwill lead a team of six to ten SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators, who are responsible for fulfilling the commitment to the grant bypromoting and improving individual and community health by promoting healthy eating behaviors and physical activity in low-incomecommunities.

One significant effort within the Health and Nutrition program area is the administration of the Supplemental NutritionAssistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) grant.
Using grant dollars, coordinators work throughout the state to make the healthy choice theeasy choice for Minnesotans with limited financial resources.
For more information on the SNAP-Ed program, visitumn.
edu/teaching-nutrition-education/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-education-snap-ed\">https://extension.
umn.
edu/teaching-nutrition-education/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-education-snap-ed

The SNAP-Ed Health and WellnessRegional Coordinator will hire, train, supervise, and support the SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators in their work as they buildrelationships with the community; conduct community needs assessment; Health and Wellness Coordinators evaluate, and revise programs acrossa variety of community settings.
In addition to overseeing the individual coordinators, the person in this position is responsible forensuring that the SNAP-Ed program is delivered in an effective and efficient manner across his/her region and that the full spectrum ofprevention strategies, including public health approaches, is utilized.
[Public health approaches promote policy, system, and environmentalchanges that improve access to healthy food and physical activity opportunities in order that individual behavioral change ispossible.
]

This position is a full-time position and will report to the SNAP-Ed Associate Program Director.
While this position willtravel frequently across the counties within the region, it will be based out of one of the central region Extensionoffices.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Supervision of Program Staff(40%)

  • Hire and develop the talent needed to support critical program goals andpriorities.

  • Supervise the day-to-day work of multiple SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators located in the region,adjusting the team's work as needed to maximize efficiencies and impacts.

  • Conduct ongoing performance management of SNAP-EdHealth and Wellness Coordinators through record and report monitoring, teaching observations, monthly one-on-one meetings, and monthlyall-staff meetings.

  • Observe, monitor, direct, and coach to ensure that SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators meetperformance expectations to:

  • Prepare and support SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators in delivering approved educationalprograms following the SNAP-Ed guidelines, to ensure program fidelity and success.

  • Provide SNAP-Ed Health and WellnessCoordinators with the resources, information, authority, and support needed for program delivery.

  • Provide SNAP-Ed Health andWellness Coordinators with clear performance expectations with timely, actionable, and constructive feedback andcoaching.

  • Working with the SNAP-Ed Associate Program Director, develop and implement training for SNAP-Ed Health and WellnessCoordinators on content, approved curricula and programs, effective teaching and delivery methods, program reporting and evaluation methods,and other procedures and protocols.

  • Ensure SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators demonstrate a strong commitment to equity,inclusion, ethics, and integrity, including consistently following through on commitments and taking ownership for the performance of theteam.
Program Management (40%)

  • Oversee the implementation and evaluation of all SNAP-Edprogramming in a multi-county region within Minnesota.

  • Manage and monitor the budget and data collection for projects andprograms.

  • Analyze programmatic data and financial information to determine ways to better focus resources for effectively andefficiently reaching low-income Minnesotans, and people with health disparities in the region.

  • Identify potentialopportunities for program development and improved programmatic impact by exploring gaps in the prevention spectrum of health andnutrition-related community programs and initiatives and feeding leads to SNAP-Ed Health and WellnessCoordinators.

  • Collaborate with other Extension personnel regionally and statewide to enhance program delivery throughcoordination and sharing of programmatic activities, success stories, resources, formative research, and program evaluationinformation.

  • Oversee and coordinate the development and implementation of partner level agreements in theregion.

  • Provide guidance to community-based organizations on the technical aspects of the federal SNAP Educationprogram.

  • Train and manage the established reporting protocols and evaluation plans that are implemented by SNAP-Ed Health andWellness Coordinators.

  • Working with SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators, manage the implementation of a regional programplans for continuous improvement of the quality of health and nutrition programming within the region.

  • Lead statewide projectsthat benefit SNAP-Ed.

  • Take action to better understand community health and nutrition issues, public health approaches, andnew research and strategies in order to guide SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators in translating this knowledge into programmaticefforts.
Community Engagement (20%)

  • Maintainprofessional internal and externalcommunications by seeking, analyzing, and synthesizing feedback from SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators on participant and communityconcerns, program implementation, curricula, and other resources to improve the quality and efficiency in the program and better meet theneeds of SNAP-Ed participants.

  • Maintain a sound understanding of, and familiarity with, community demographics, key partnersand stakeholders such as local health and human services, and county health and nutrition initiatives.

  • Coordinate andfacilitate meetings with community members, partners, and other stakeholders.

  • Build sustainable relationships with localagencies serving the target population, working to establish recruitment and teaching opportunities for coordinators, as well asopportunities to utilize public health approaches to promote policy, system, and environmental changes.

  • Build and sustainorganizational and community support for SNAP-Ed programming.

  • Represent Extension and federal SNAP-Ed in a professionalmanner, providing informed support and expertise when serving on agency or community boards or advisory committees related to health andnutrition.

  • Help SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators understand how their work connects to broader SNAP-Ed state goalsand recognize staff programming contributions.
Other Responsibilities Assigned asNeeded

APPOINTMENT/BENEFITS

  1. This is a full-time, Civil Service position at the levelof Extension Program Associate 3, Supv (7316A3) and is funded by the SNAP Education grant.

  2. This position will travelfrequently across the Central Region counties and will have one primary office location to be determined at time of hire.
    Reimbursement fortravel and subsistence is available in accordance with University policy.

  3. University of Minnesota benefits package isavailable:umn.
    edu/Jobs/Applicant-Center/About-Working-U/Benefits-Working-U-M\">https://hr.
    umn.
    edu/Jobs/Applicant-Center/About-Working-U/Benefits-Working-U-M

Qualifications

RequiredQualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in health, nutrition, or a closely related discipline, and 4 years of relatedexperience, or a combination of education and experience to total eight 8 years to include:

  • Demonstrated experience inimplementing public health approaches to promote policy, system, and environmental changes related to health and/or nutritionprogramming.

  • Demonstrated skills in planning, organizing, problem-solving, and successfully completing multiple tasks underpressure of a deadline.

  • Demonstrated experience working together with communities of color, immigrant communities, thoseliving with limited income, and/or historically marginalized populations experiencing health inequities.

  • Excellent writtenand verbal communication skills.

  • Strong computer skills with the Microsoft and Google application suites including competentkeyboarding/data entry skills; experience doing internet searches; experience using email; and the ability to lead as well as activelyparticipate in web-based communication and training.
Additional Requirements:

  • Valid driver'slicense and own means of transportation with required liability insurance, to be utilized for frequent travel withinMinnesota.

  • When not in the assigned office location, employees must be reachable with a mobile number at the employee's ownexpense.

  • Must have reliable internet if/when working outside of assigned office location.

  • Must be able to travelwithin the designated communities and provide in-person programming.

  • Ability to maintain a flexible work schedule, includingoccasional evening or weekend work, to meet the special needs of SNAP-Ed program management.

  • Ability to lift, push, pull, andcarry a minimum weight of 30 lbs.

  • Ability to work on computer for prolonged periods of time.
  • This position isnot eligible for employment visa sponsorship.

PreferredQualifications:

  • Master's degree in health, nutrition or a closely related discipline.

  • Experienceoverseeing grants or contracts, and/or enforcing budgetary and reporting requirements, financial policies, andprocedures.

  • Experience using distance technologies and social media to market and deliver educationalprogramming.

  • Experience managing a program that serves individuals experiencing issues and challenges related to living on alimited income.

  • Demonstrated ability to work independently as well as part of a team.

  • Demonstrated ongoingcommitment to decreasing health disparities.

About the Department

ABOUTEXTENSION

University of Minnesota Extension is a major outreach arm of the University of Minnesota with a mission to servethe public through applied research and education.
Our mission is to make a difference by connecting community needs and Universityresources to address critical issues in Minnesota.
Extension strives to attract and retain high-quality, passionate employees, and weavediversity, equity and inclusion into all aspects of Extension's programming and employee engagement.
Find further information atextension.
umn.
edu\">www.
extension.
umn.
edu
.

How To Apply

Applications must be submittedonline.
To be considered for this position, please click on the Apply button and follow the instructions.
You will be given the opportunityto complete an online application for the position.

Please attach the following required applicationmaterials:

  1. Cover letter

  2. Resume -Your resumemust include all your education and experience as it relates to the required qualifications.
    The initial HRscreening process focuses primarily on the resume.

Names and contact information for three professional references will berequired during the interview process.

Additional documents may be attached after the application by accessing your \"My JobApplications\" page and uploading documents in the \"My Cover Letters and Attachments\" section.
See full instructions,umn.
edu/Jobs/Applicant-Center/Help-Job-Applications/Using-Job-Application-System\">https://hr.
umn.
edu/Jobs/Applicant-Center/Help-Job-Applications/Using-Job-Application-System
.

To request an accommodation during the application process, please emailedu\">employ@umn.
edu
or call 612-624-UOHR (8647).

For questions about this position,contact:

CeAnn Klug, SNAP-Ed Associate Program Director,edu\">cdklug@umn.
edu
.

For questions about applying online, contact:

TiffanyMcMillan, Extension Human Resources,edu\">tiffmcm@umn.
edu
.

Diversity

TheUniversity of Minnesota and Extension recognize and value the importance of diversity and inclusion in enriching the employment experienceof its employees and in supporting the academic mission.
The University is committed to attracting and retaining employees with varyingidentities and backgrounds.

The University of Minnesota provides equal access to and opportunity in its programs, facilities, andemployment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, public assistancestatus, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.
To learn more about diversity at the U: umn.
edu\">http://diversity.
umn.
edu
.

Employment Requirements

Any offer of employmentis contingent upon the successful completion of a background check.
Our presumption is that prospective employees are eligible to work here.
Criminal convictions do not automatically disqualify finalists from employment.


About the U of M

TheUniversity of Minnesota, Twin Cities (UMTC)

The University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (UMTC), is among the largest publicresearch universities in the country, offering undergraduate, graduate, and professional students a multitude of opportunities for study andresearch.
Located at the heart of one of the nation's most vibrant, diverse metropolitan communities, students on the campuses inMinneapolis and St.
Paul benefit from extensive partnerships with world-renowned health centers, international corporations, governmentagencies, and arts, nonprofit, and public service organizations.


At the University of Minnesota, we are proud to be recognized by theStar Tribune as a Top Workplace for 2021, as well as by Forbes as Best Employers for Women and one of America's Best Employers (2015, 2018,2019, 2023), Best Employer for Diversity (2019, 2020), Best Employer for New Grads (2018, 2019), and Best Employer by State (2019, 2022).

Position Details

POSTED:

Feb 02, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

30 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707246486-607226664de6a3769371b946557592a5

LOCATION:

Minnesota United States

CITY:

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About the Job

Title: SNAP-Ed Health and WellnessRegional Coordinator (Metro)

Appointment: Full-time, Extension Program Associate 3, Supv (7316A3), CivilService

Extension Area: Department of Family, Health and Wellbeing | Health andNutrition

Office Location: Location to be determined in the Central Region;Hybrid workoptions available

Estimated Salary Range: $25 - $30/hourdepending on qualifications

Application Deadline: February 25, 2024

Extension's Family,Health and Wellbeing Department is in need of a SNAP-Ed Health & Wellness Regional Coordinator.SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Regional Coordinators are charged with the implementation and management of the SNAP-Ed program in a definedmulti-county ( i.e., Hennepin, Ramsey, Dakota, Anoka, Scott, Wright, McLeod, etc...) region of the state. This particular SNAP-Ed Health andWellness Regional Coordinator is in charge of a portion of the central region which includes the metro area. The person in this positionwill lead a team of six to ten SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators, who are responsible for fulfilling the commitment to the grant bypromoting and improving individual and community health by promoting healthy eating behaviors and physical activity in low-incomecommunities.

One significant effort within the Health and Nutrition program area is the administration of the Supplemental NutritionAssistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) grant. Using grant dollars, coordinators work throughout the state to make the healthy choice theeasy choice for Minnesotans with limited financial resources. For more information on the SNAP-Ed program, visithttps://extension.umn.edu/teaching-nutrition-education/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-education-snap-ed

The SNAP-Ed Health and WellnessRegional Coordinator will hire, train, supervise, and support the SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators in their work as they buildrelationships with the community; conduct community needs assessment; Health and Wellness Coordinators evaluate, and revise programs acrossa variety of community settings. In addition to overseeing the individual coordinators, the person in this position is responsible forensuring that the SNAP-Ed program is delivered in an effective and efficient manner across his/her region and that the full spectrum ofprevention strategies, including public health approaches, is utilized. [Public health approaches promote policy, system, and environmentalchanges that improve access to healthy food and physical activity opportunities in order that individual behavioral change ispossible.]

This position is a full-time position and will report to the SNAP-Ed Associate Program Director. While this position willtravel frequently across the counties within the region, it will be based out of one of the central region Extensionoffices.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Supervision of Program Staff(40%)

  • Hire and develop the talent needed to support critical program goals andpriorities.

  • Supervise the day-to-day work of multiple SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators located in the region,adjusting the team's work as needed to maximize efficiencies and impacts.

  • Conduct ongoing performance management of SNAP-EdHealth and Wellness Coordinators through record and report monitoring, teaching observations, monthly one-on-one meetings, and monthlyall-staff meetings.

  • Observe, monitor, direct, and coach to ensure that SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators meetperformance expectations to:

  • Prepare and support SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators in delivering approved educationalprograms following the SNAP-Ed guidelines, to ensure program fidelity and success.

  • Provide SNAP-Ed Health and WellnessCoordinators with the resources, information, authority, and support needed for program delivery.

  • Provide SNAP-Ed Health andWellness Coordinators with clear performance expectations with timely, actionable, and constructive feedback andcoaching.

  • Working with the SNAP-Ed Associate Program Director, develop and implement training for SNAP-Ed Health and WellnessCoordinators on content, approved curricula and programs, effective teaching and delivery methods, program reporting and evaluation methods,and other procedures and protocols.

  • Ensure SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators demonstrate a strong commitment to equity,inclusion, ethics, and integrity, including consistently following through on commitments and taking ownership for the performance of theteam.
Program Management (40%)

  • Oversee the implementation and evaluation of all SNAP-Edprogramming in a multi-county region within Minnesota.

  • Manage and monitor the budget and data collection for projects andprograms.

  • Analyze programmatic data and financial information to determine ways to better focus resources for effectively andefficiently reaching low-income Minnesotans, and people with health disparities in the region.

  • Identify potentialopportunities for program development and improved programmatic impact by exploring gaps in the prevention spectrum of health andnutrition-related community programs and initiatives and feeding leads to SNAP-Ed Health and WellnessCoordinators.

  • Collaborate with other Extension personnel regionally and statewide to enhance program delivery throughcoordination and sharing of programmatic activities, success stories, resources, formative research, and program evaluationinformation.

  • Oversee and coordinate the development and implementation of partner level agreements in theregion.

  • Provide guidance to community-based organizations on the technical aspects of the federal SNAP Educationprogram.

  • Train and manage the established reporting protocols and evaluation plans that are implemented by SNAP-Ed Health andWellness Coordinators.

  • Working with SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators, manage the implementation of a regional programplans for continuous improvement of the quality of health and nutrition programming within the region.

  • Lead statewide projectsthat benefit SNAP-Ed.

  • Take action to better understand community health and nutrition issues, public health approaches, andnew research and strategies in order to guide SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators in translating this knowledge into programmaticefforts.
Community Engagement (20%)

  • Maintainprofessional internal and externalcommunications by seeking, analyzing, and synthesizing feedback from SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators on participant and communityconcerns, program implementation, curricula, and other resources to improve the quality and efficiency in the program and better meet theneeds of SNAP-Ed participants.

  • Maintain a sound understanding of, and familiarity with, community demographics, key partnersand stakeholders such as local health and human services, and county health and nutrition initiatives.

  • Coordinate andfacilitate meetings with community members, partners, and other stakeholders.

  • Build sustainable relationships with localagencies serving the target population, working to establish recruitment and teaching opportunities for coordinators, as well asopportunities to utilize public health approaches to promote policy, system, and environmental changes.

  • Build and sustainorganizational and community support for SNAP-Ed programming.

  • Represent Extension and federal SNAP-Ed in a professionalmanner, providing informed support and expertise when serving on agency or community boards or advisory committees related to health andnutrition.

  • Help SNAP-Ed Health and Wellness Coordinators understand how their work connects to broader SNAP-Ed state goalsand recognize staff programming contributions.
Other Responsibilities Assigned asNeeded

APPOINTMENT/BENEFITS

  1. This is a full-time, Civil Service position at the levelof Extension Program Associate 3, Supv (7316A3) and is funded by the SNAP Education grant.

  2. This position will travelfrequently across the Central Region counties and will have one primary office location to be determined at time of hire. Reimbursement fortravel and subsistence is available in accordance with University policy.

  3. University of Minnesota benefits package isavailable:https://hr.umn.edu/Jobs/Applicant-Center/About-Working-U/Benefits-Working-U-M

Qualifications

RequiredQualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in health, nutrition, or a closely related discipline, and 4 years of relatedexperience, or a combination of education and experience to total eight 8 years to include:

  • Demonstrated experience inimplementing public health approaches to promote policy, system, and environmental changes related to health and/or nutritionprogramming.

  • Demonstrated skills in planning, organizing, problem-solving, and successfully completing multiple tasks underpressure of a deadline.

  • Demonstrated experience working together with communities of color, immigrant communities, thoseliving with limited income, and/or historically marginalized populations experiencing health inequities.

  • Excellent writtenand verbal communication skills.

  • Strong computer skills with the Microsoft and Google application suites including competentkeyboarding/data entry skills; experience doing internet searches; experience using email; and the ability to lead as well as activelyparticipate in web-based communication and training.
Additional Requirements:

  • Valid driver'slicense and own means of transportation with required liability insurance, to be utilized for frequent travel withinMinnesota.

  • When not in the assigned office location, employees must be reachable with a mobile number at the employee's ownexpense.

  • Must have reliable internet if/when working outside of assigned office location.

  • Must be able to travelwithin the designated communities and provide in-person programming.

  • Ability to maintain a flexible work schedule, includingoccasional evening or weekend work, to meet the special needs of SNAP-Ed program management.

  • Ability to lift, push, pull, andcarry a minimum weight of 30 lbs.

  • Ability to work on computer for prolonged periods of time.
  • This position isnot eligible for employment visa sponsorship.

PreferredQualifications:

  • Master's degree in health, nutrition or a closely related discipline.

  • Experienceoverseeing grants or contracts, and/or enforcing budgetary and reporting requirements, financial policies, andprocedures.

  • Experience using distance technologies and social media to market and deliver educationalprogramming.

  • Experience managing a program that serves individuals experiencing issues and challenges related to living on alimited income.

  • Demonstrated ability to work independently as well as part of a team.

  • Demonstrated ongoingcommitment to decreasing health disparities.

About the Department

ABOUTEXTENSION

University of Minnesota Extension is a major outreach arm of the University of Minnesota with a mission to servethe public through applied research and education. Our mission is to make a difference by connecting community needs and Universityresources to address critical issues in Minnesota. Extension strives to attract and retain high-quality, passionate employees, and weavediversity, equity and inclusion into all aspects of Extension's programming and employee engagement. Find further information atwww.extension.umn.edu.

How To Apply

Applications must be submittedonline. To be considered for this position, please click on the Apply button and follow the instructions. You will be given the opportunityto complete an online application for the position.

Please attach the following required applicationmaterials:

  1. Cover letter

  2. Resume -Your resumemust include all your education and experience as it relates to the required qualifications. The initial HRscreening process focuses primarily on the resume.

Names and contact information for three professional references will berequired during the interview process.

Additional documents may be attached after the application by accessing your \"My JobApplications\" page and uploading documents in the \"My Cover Letters and Attachments\" section. See full instructions,https://hr.umn.edu/Jobs/Applicant-Center/Help-Job-Applications/Using-Job-Application-System.

To request an accommodation during the application process, please emailemploy@umn.edu or call 612-624-UOHR (8647).

For questions about this position,contact:

CeAnn Klug, SNAP-Ed Associate Program Director,cdklug@umn.edu.

For questions about applying online, contact:

TiffanyMcMillan, Extension Human Resources,tiffmcm@umn.edu.

Diversity

TheUniversity of Minnesota and Extension recognize and value the importance of diversity and inclusion in enriching the employment experienceof its employees and in supporting the academic mission. The University is committed to attracting and retaining employees with varyingidentities and backgrounds.

The University of Minnesota provides equal access to and opportunity in its programs, facilities, andemployment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, public assistancestatus, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. To learn more about diversity at the U: http://diversity.umn.edu.

Employment Requirements

Any offer of employmentis contingent upon the successful completion of a background check. Our presumption is that prospective employees are eligible to work here.Criminal convictions do not automatically disqualify finalists from employment.

About the U of M

TheUniversity of Minnesota, Twin Cities (UMTC)

The University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (UMTC), is among the largest publicresearch universities in the country, offering undergraduate, graduate, and professional students a multitude of opportunities for study andresearch. Located at the heart of one of the nation's most vibrant, diverse metropolitan communities, students on the campuses inMinneapolis and St. Paul benefit from extensive partnerships with world-renowned health centers, international corporations, governmentagencies, and arts, nonprofit, and public service organizations.

At the University of Minnesota, we are proud to be recognized by theStar Tribune as a Top Workplace for 2021, as well as by Forbes as Best Employers for Women and one of America's Best Employers (2015, 2018,2019, 2023), Best Employer for Diversity (2019, 2020), Best Employer for New Grads (2018, 2019), and Best Employer by State (2019, 2022).

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