Using Conditional Formatting to identify various job titles/positions

Newbienew

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Hello.

I need some help with the following attached workbook.
What's going on: All jobs turn green based on what is on sheet two. It looks for the lettering and various numbers or the letter "C" and turns them green.
Current issue: On the first sheet several cells to including the JOBs column cells get data pasted in them. Then once the data is sorted out specific rows are deleted. Deleting the rows affects conditional formatting. Within the formula itself, it's supposed to read from Q2 ( the original is T2). At some point, the cell changes to other cells. When I visit sheet 2 I have a lot of REF errors. This overall throws off the conditional format and turns other jobs green that is not reflected on sheet 2. In addition, the formula breaks up in the applied to cell on the conditional formatting, making multiple conditional formattings. Please help.

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Newbienew

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I guess this was a harder than I thought
 

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