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  • Aug 24, 2015
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    Kelly Matlack Looking for woman who are ready to get healthy. Workout at home 30 minutes a day, Meal plan with portion control containers and Shakeology. A healthy fast breakfast for woman on the go. Are you ready to take your body back? Its only 21 days. Supportive coaches and motivation from a team of woman doing programs too. Id love help you through your journey. I'm still living mine and loving how I feel now! www.beachbodycoach.com/korkyklm follow me on Instagram @kellymatlack or Facebook
  • Aug 24, 2015
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    Breanne Mode Hello Ladies! I am a new member to NAPW (since yesterday!) and am looking forward to networking and meeting other successful professional women here in San Diego. When is the next chapter meeting? Thanks!
  • Aug 19, 2015 1 Comments
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    Mallory Murphy Hello everyone! I wanted to introduce myself--I'm Mallory, and I work in the hospitality industry at Evolution Hospitality as an Office Manager in Orange county. I graduated college almost a year ago at the University of San Francisco and had the opportunity to study abroad in Paris, run on the cross country and track team, and be a Delta Zeta sister of Xi Lambda chapter. I am trying to be involved in as many activities and hobbies as possible--I am a marathon and half marathon runner on the side as well. I unfortunately have a marathon this next meeting and will be out of town, but when will the next one be? Thanks!!
  • Jul 10, 2015 2 Comments
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    Kellie Sabas Hello Ladies!!! Here's the link to reserve your seat for our Chapter Meeting scheduled on July 23rd, from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at Star Anise Thai Cuisine Towne Center, San Diego.
  • Jul 09, 2015
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    Kellie Sabas Hello Ladies!!! Here's the link to reserve your seat for our Chapter Meeting scheduled on July 23rd, from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at Star Anise Thai Cuisine Towne Center, San Diego.
  • Jul 09, 2015

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    NAPW provides an exclusive, highly advanced networking forum to successful businesswomen and entrepreneurs.

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    Sep 23
    NAPW SD SEPT MEETING
    Oct 25
    NAPW SD WINE TOUR IN TEMECULA VALLEY
    Nov 18
    NAPW SD NOV MEETING
    Dec 10
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    Jobs

    Customer Relations Manager
    Excited about high performance, making a difference and developing others? The San Diego Airport Authority is proud of its team members, have a high performing culture and challenge ourselves through innovations...we work fast, value each other and have fun along the way.  We have an awesome opportunity for an avid individual to develop business case to implement, foster and manage an integrated customer service program that encompasses functions and activities to improve guests experience; performs related duties as assigned. Responsibilities include the following:  1. Oversees aspects of customer service program including the volunteer ambassador, concierge and therapy dogs programs; drives programs designed to support initiatives; provides leadership and works with staff to create a high performance, service-oriented work environment; participates in programs and activities that promote workplace diversity and a positive employee relations environment.  2. Recruits, manages and evaluates the work of assigned staff and volunteers including mobile volunteers, information booth staff, and customer service cart drivers; develops volunteer plans; schedules, implements and monitors work plans to achieve goals and performance measures; ensures adequate operational staffing in areas of assignment; coordinates staff and volunteer appreciation events.  3. Serves as an advocate for building strong internal customer service oriented focus and culture; integrates customer feedback into strategic planning efforts and programs; acts as a project team leader on multi-department project; selects appropriate study methods to define customer service objectives; analyzes customer service processes; researches and resolves customer service problem areas; defines projects scope, schedules and budget; researches and identifies alternatives for process re-design, associated impacts and cost-benefits analysis; researches and determines software required to support programs.  4. Develops business case to implement, foster and manage an integrated customer service program that encompasses the functions and activities to improve guest experience; develops strategies to identify customer needs and improve interaction with airport community, tenants, volunteers and other stakeholders.  5. Responds to Americans with Disabilities Act access enquiries; liaises with disability advocacy organizations; develops guest services-related requests for proposals and requests for qualifications; responds to ADA grievances received; discuss, resolves ADA violation and grievances.  6. Approves and distributes Terminal and Tenants Expressive Activities Permits, Commercial Photo and Film Shoot Permits and Meet and Greeter Permits; ensures permit compliance with permit holders; collects fees as required.  7. Analyzes effectiveness of programs and activities; establishes and maintains liaison with internal and external interest groups, tenants, governmental agencies and general public on initiative and compliance issues; develops corrective and remedial action plans; researches business challenges and develops alternatives strategies and solutions; redesigns processes and demonstrates impacts and cost benefits analysis.  8. Provides professional expertise to stakeholders in areas of assignment; develops and coordinates programs solutions and strategies; communicates program status to stakeholders and makes presentation to interest groups; develops Requests for Proposals and Requests for Qualifications.  9. Manages organizational assessments and maintains interaction with internal and internal stakeholders to formulate and implement business process improvements; participates with development and preparation of program and service communication; develops program and initiative promotional materials; develops program budget and procures program goods; maintains information, logs, permits, records and produces reports; maintains electronic media posts; remains updated regarding industry trends; performs other duties as assigned.   Graduation from a four-year college or university with Bachelor's degree in business administration, public administration, hospitality or a closely related field; and six years of customer service program strategy development experience of which three years were in a leadership role.   Applications accepted www.san.org   Full salary range: $65,602-$85,308-$105,014  
    Customer Relations Manager
    Excited about high performance, making a difference and developing others? The San Diego Airport Authority is proud of its team members, have a high performing culture and challenge ourselves through innovations...we work fast, value each other and have fun along the way.  We have an awesome opportunity for an avid individual to develop business case to implement, foster and manage an integrated customer service program that encompasses functions and activities to improve guests experience; performs related duties as assigned. Responsibilities include the following:  1. Oversees aspects of customer service program including the volunteer ambassador, concierge and therapy dogs programs; drives programs designed to support initiatives; provides leadership and works with staff to create a high performance, service-oriented work environment; participates in programs and activities that promote workplace diversity and a positive employee relations environment.  2. Recruits, manages and evaluates the work of assigned staff and volunteers including mobile volunteers, information booth staff, and customer service cart drivers; develops volunteer plans; schedules, implements and monitors work plans to achieve goals and performance measures; ensures adequate operational staffing in areas of assignment; coordinates staff and volunteer appreciation events.  3. Serves as an advocate for building strong internal customer service oriented focus and culture; integrates customer feedback into strategic planning efforts and programs; acts as a project team leader on multi-department project; selects appropriate study methods to define customer service objectives; analyzes customer service processes; researches and resolves customer service problem areas; defines projects scope, schedules and budget; researches and identifies alternatives for process re-design, associated impacts and cost-benefits analysis; researches and determines software required to support programs.  4. Develops business case to implement, foster and manage an integrated customer service program that encompasses the functions and activities to improve guest experience; develops strategies to identify customer needs and improve interaction with airport community, tenants, volunteers and other stakeholders.  5. Responds to Americans with Disabilities Act access enquiries; liaises with disability advocacy organizations; develops guest services-related requests for proposals and requests for qualifications; responds to ADA grievances received; discuss, resolves ADA violation and grievances.  6. Approves and distributes Terminal and Tenants Expressive Activities Permits, Commercial Photo and Film Shoot Permits and Meet and Greeter Permits; ensures permit compliance with permit holders; collects fees as required.  7. Analyzes effectiveness of programs and activities; establishes and maintains liaison with internal and external interest groups, tenants, governmental agencies and general public on initiative and compliance issues; develops corrective and remedial action plans; researches business challenges and develops alternatives strategies and solutions; redesigns processes and demonstrates impacts and cost benefits analysis.  8. Provides professional expertise to stakeholders in areas of assignment; develops and coordinates programs solutions and strategies; communicates program status to stakeholders and makes presentation to interest groups; develops Requests for Proposals and Requests for Qualifications.  9. Manages organizational assessments and maintains interaction with internal and internal stakeholders to formulate and implement business process improvements; participates with development and preparation of program and service communication; develops program and initiative promotional materials; develops program budget and procures program goods; maintains information, logs, permits, records and produces reports; maintains electronic media posts; remains updated regarding industry trends; performs other duties as assigned.   Graduation from a four-year college or university with Bachelor's degree in business administration, public administration, hospitality or a closely related field; and six years of customer service program strategy development experience of which three years were in a leadership role.   Applications accepted www.san.org   Full salary range: $65,602-$85,308-$105,014  
    Human Resources Business Partner
    The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority is seeking a dynamic, driven, and passionate Human Resources Business Partner to join the Talent, Culture & Capability department. Under general supervision, the Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) builds best practice HR framework utilizing organization values, strategies, and performance measures in partnership with executives and management for an assigned client group; advising and consulting management on a full range of strategic and tactical Human Resources issues and developing, implementing and administering the Authority’s standards and guidelines. Also conducts special projects that support strategic HR initiatives; performs a variety of professional, technical and analytical activities in support of the Authority's human capital programs strategy.   A certificate and/or degree from a community college/university with major coursework in public or business administration, human resource management, psychology or a related field; three to five years of increasingly responsible human resource management experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.  Experience in a dynamic organization with a strong organizational culture is preferred.
    Human Resources Business Partner
    The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority is seeking a dynamic, driven, and passionate Human Resources Business Partner to join the Talent, Culture & Capability department. Under general supervision, the Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) builds best practice HR framework utilizing organization values, strategies, and performance measures in partnership with executives and management for an assigned client group; advising and consulting management on a full range of strategic and tactical Human Resources issues and developing, implementing and administering the Authority’s standards and guidelines. Also conducts special projects that support strategic HR initiatives; performs a variety of professional, technical and analytical activities in support of the Authority's human capital programs strategy.   A certificate and/or degree from a community college/university with major coursework in public or business administration, human resource management, psychology or a related field; three to five years of increasingly responsible human resource management experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.  Experience in a dynamic organization with a strong organizational culture is preferred.
    Payroll Technician
    The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority is looking for a motivated, organized and efficient Payroll Technician to join their Accounting team.  The Payroll Technician is responsible for timely and accurate in-house processing of bi-weekly payroll for 400+ employees and many complex and highly sensitive related processes.  The candidate will have an exceptional eye for details, and the ability to understand and manage complex processes; in addition to having excellent customer service and communication skills.   American Payroll Association certification preferred   The following statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by people assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. 1.   Interprets payroll policies and procedures to employees through instructions, procedures and other means; answers employees’ technical questions; analyzes, studies and makes recommendations on development and implementation of improved systems, policies and procedures related to areas of responsibility. 2.   Verifies, audits, edits and initiates processing of bi-weekly payroll; reviews employee timecards; identifies and works with appropriate departments and/or supervisors to resolve time reporting discrepancies; enters timekeeping data in the payroll system; generates, reviews and reconciles payroll reports to ensure accuracy and completeness of payroll, earning statements and deductions; identifies and resolves discrepancies; generates payroll checks; transmits direct deposit files; verifies that each employee receives payroll check or earnings statement each pay period. 3.   Establishes and maintains payroll records; keeps abreast of changes in Federal and state rules and regulations; updates and maintains payroll codes, retirement rates and Federal and State tax changes; enters employee salary, deduction and tax information in the payroll system; receives, processes and enters wage garnishments; reviews, audits and corrects records, as necessary; calculates salary increase amounts. 4.   Ensures the Authority meets legal requirements in regard to payroll taxes and garnishments and provides all necessary information and payments to IRS, state tax authorities and other regulatory bodies; compiles information for, develops, completes, analyzes, reviews, reconciles and files quarterly and annual payroll tax and other required reports for federal and state governmental agencies, including generating, reviewing and distributing W2’s and corresponding reports within mandated timeframes; oversees processing of and balances, reviews and completes transfer of funds for payroll tax deposits and payroll deduction liabilities. 5.   Audits, balances and/or reconciles bank statements and assigned accounts, including general ledger payroll accounts, some of which may be highly complex; identifies and resolves issues. 6.   Provides accurate and timely information and assistance to employees; researches and handles daily inquiries from employees on a wide array of technical matters related to payroll. 7.   Utilizing spreadsheet programs and computer database systems, enters, posts, verifies, handles and retrieves a wide variety of routine to complex payroll data, reports and information; compiles, generates and distributes required reports.       8.   Develops, reviews, updates and/or distributes specialized reports and spreadsheets; compiles, calculates and analyzes data and information from a variety of sources; reviews and           audits reports, identifies discrepancies, notifies supervisor and other appropriate sources and ensures that issues are resolved; distributes reports to internal and external sources in a             timely manner.
    Payroll Technician
    The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority is looking for a motivated, organized and efficient Payroll Technician to join their Accounting team.  The Payroll Technician is responsible for timely and accurate in-house processing of bi-weekly payroll for 400+ employees and many complex and highly sensitive related processes.  The candidate will have an exceptional eye for details, and the ability to understand and manage complex processes; in addition to having excellent customer service and communication skills.   American Payroll Association certification preferred   The following statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by people assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. 1.   Interprets payroll policies and procedures to employees through instructions, procedures and other means; answers employees’ technical questions; analyzes, studies and makes recommendations on development and implementation of improved systems, policies and procedures related to areas of responsibility. 2.   Verifies, audits, edits and initiates processing of bi-weekly payroll; reviews employee timecards; identifies and works with appropriate departments and/or supervisors to resolve time reporting discrepancies; enters timekeeping data in the payroll system; generates, reviews and reconciles payroll reports to ensure accuracy and completeness of payroll, earning statements and deductions; identifies and resolves discrepancies; generates payroll checks; transmits direct deposit files; verifies that each employee receives payroll check or earnings statement each pay period. 3.   Establishes and maintains payroll records; keeps abreast of changes in Federal and state rules and regulations; updates and maintains payroll codes, retirement rates and Federal and State tax changes; enters employee salary, deduction and tax information in the payroll system; receives, processes and enters wage garnishments; reviews, audits and corrects records, as necessary; calculates salary increase amounts. 4.   Ensures the Authority meets legal requirements in regard to payroll taxes and garnishments and provides all necessary information and payments to IRS, state tax authorities and other regulatory bodies; compiles information for, develops, completes, analyzes, reviews, reconciles and files quarterly and annual payroll tax and other required reports for federal and state governmental agencies, including generating, reviewing and distributing W2’s and corresponding reports within mandated timeframes; oversees processing of and balances, reviews and completes transfer of funds for payroll tax deposits and payroll deduction liabilities. 5.   Audits, balances and/or reconciles bank statements and assigned accounts, including general ledger payroll accounts, some of which may be highly complex; identifies and resolves issues. 6.   Provides accurate and timely information and assistance to employees; researches and handles daily inquiries from employees on a wide array of technical matters related to payroll. 7.   Utilizing spreadsheet programs and computer database systems, enters, posts, verifies, handles and retrieves a wide variety of routine to complex payroll data, reports and information; compiles, generates and distributes required reports.       8.   Develops, reviews, updates and/or distributes specialized reports and spreadsheets; compiles, calculates and analyzes data and information from a variety of sources; reviews and           audits reports, identifies discrepancies, notifies supervisor and other appropriate sources and ensures that issues are resolved; distributes reports to internal and external sources in a             timely manner.
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