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Census 2020 Outreach (Job Code 9573)
Definition: To develop, plan and organize the City's Census Outreach Program which provides information on Census 2020 to residents, particularly those individuals who might not be reached through the City's traditional communication methods.
Distinguishing characteristics: This position reports directly to the Administrative Analyst in LCS but may receive direction from other staff in the LCS. Duties:
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