The People's Clinic, a non-profit medical clinic in Boulder, recently publicized a discriminatory job announcement. The announcement, for a Marketing and Outreach Representative, required that all applicants be able to:
Sit, stand, walk; drive an automobile. Work with extensive use of hands, wrists and arms Operate a telephone, fax machine and computer equipment[.] Lift and carry eleven to twenty-five (11-25) pounds[.] Crouch, twist, reach, kneel and bend on a daily basis[.] Hear routine conversations, signals and tones[.] Use near and far vision.
CCDC filed a charge of discrimination on September 6, 2006.