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Sharon Goodwin Hello Medical Members of NAPW!. I am starting a business selling scrubs for medical personnel. I would like to share a survey with anyone who works in this industry and purchases/wears scrubs to get feedback on what you like or would want to see improved in this product. Please message me if you are interested. Thank you so much! Sharon
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    Gwen Boddie Gwen Boddie, Entrepreneur, RN ER/ICU Hello team members, I am the CEO of a NURSE staffing agency, who also continues to work diligently at the bedside. I am seeking Elite, pleasant, loving and compassionated nurses who maybe seeking some AWESOME supplemental income. If anyone in this NAPW family has a referral, please reach out to me via my email gboddie@rapidresponsemed.com. Thanks!
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    Mary Tulumovich Hi ladies, I am looking for a buyer. If you know anyone moving to Houston and wants to be close to Energy Corridor, please connect us! This new construction custom home on a secret street just minutes to Katy, TX as well. Bear Creek Estates offers country living so close to the city. 5 bedrooms, office/study, open floor plan, 1.3 acres lot, 7 cars garage, circular driveway, private backyard, all this just minutes to shopping, dining and highways. Thanks in advance!
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    Mary Tulumovich Hello team, I am part of a program that gives back to health care providers, first responders and other heroes when buying or selling a home. I partnered with lenders, home inspectors, title companies and we all give part of our commissions back towards closing cost or as a credit for down payment. If you know anyone who could benefit from this program please contact me. I am very excited about this and cant wait to help my next client.
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    Mary Tulumovich Who do you know looking for a new home or looking to relocate to Denver? (referral fee paid to Realtors) This beauty is in one of the hottest neighborhoods (LoHi). Steps to a ton of restaurants and walking distance to Union Station and Downtown. 4 bedrooms, office, rec space on third floor with rooftop access and downtown views, 2 cars garage, large front and backyards, wood deck, balcony and a patio. Over 3000 Sq Ft home and lots of outdoor space. Take a look at the details and pictures here http://www.recolorado.com/homes-for-sale/3230-Wyandot-Street-Denver-CO-80211-205753204
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    Serena Dodson RN BSN Looking for information on copyrighting a product for personal in the medical field? Serena Dodson RN BSN
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    Associate Video Producer, Politics
    We strongly encourage people of color, transgender and non-binary people to apply. HRC is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes everyone, including non-LGBTQ people, to join our team.   Position Summary: The Associate Video Producer, Politics reports to the Director of Video and is responsible for the production of cutting-edge videos for the Human Rights Campaign. This Associate Video Producer, Politics will help manage the production of political coverage, including rapid response videos, political ads, political rallies, field actions, viral videos, and studio-based productions.   Position Responsibilities: Develop HRC’s rapid response videos with an eye toward digital engagement. When news breaks that affects the LGBTQ community, this position will work on a video response as fast as possible; Develop creative political ads that help highlight anti-LGBTQ policies and policymakers at the local, state and federal level; Concept, script, research, edit and produce video projects in support of HRC’s mission from conception to delivery, including shooting, editing, graphics, sound, and other post-production adjustments; Aid and manage livestream productions, including shooting, directing, technical directing and stream management; Develop innovative and creative opportunities to build audience, drive video traffic and increase views; Look for ways to create viral hits that will help change hearts and minds; Assist with the management of HRC’s online video channels; Other duties as assigned.   Position Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent work experience required with at least two years in a video production position. Strong portfolio of video projects from concept to completion. Experience producing quick-hit digital videos with an eye to viral videos in the style of NowThis News, AJ+, or NewNowNext. Strong skills with Microsoft Word, Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive), and social media. Knowledge of and experience with non-linear video editing systems. Organized and detail oriented. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Flexibility with work schedule; this position requires frequent evening and weekend work to respond to breaking news. Personal interest in and commitment to LGBTQ rights required. Knowledge of and experience with Adobe Premiere, Adobe PhotoShop, After Effects, Illustrator and Apple software and products. Basic shooting and lighting abilities, with a desire to grow in these skills.   *Please include a link to your portfolio in the cover letter or resume or upload separate documents.*   All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically. Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.   No phone calls, please. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to queries about application status. 
    Associate Video Producer, Politics
    We strongly encourage people of color, transgender and non-binary people to apply. HRC is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes everyone, including non-LGBTQ people, to join our team.   Position Summary: The Associate Video Producer, Politics reports to the Director of Video and is responsible for the production of cutting-edge videos for the Human Rights Campaign. This Associate Video Producer, Politics will help manage the production of political coverage, including rapid response videos, political ads, political rallies, field actions, viral videos, and studio-based productions.   Position Responsibilities: Develop HRC’s rapid response videos with an eye toward digital engagement. When news breaks that affects the LGBTQ community, this position will work on a video response as fast as possible; Develop creative political ads that help highlight anti-LGBTQ policies and policymakers at the local, state and federal level; Concept, script, research, edit and produce video projects in support of HRC’s mission from conception to delivery, including shooting, editing, graphics, sound, and other post-production adjustments; Aid and manage livestream productions, including shooting, directing, technical directing and stream management; Develop innovative and creative opportunities to build audience, drive video traffic and increase views; Look for ways to create viral hits that will help change hearts and minds; Assist with the management of HRC’s online video channels; Other duties as assigned.   Position Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent work experience required with at least two years in a video production position. Strong portfolio of video projects from concept to completion. Experience producing quick-hit digital videos with an eye to viral videos in the style of NowThis News, AJ+, or NewNowNext. Strong skills with Microsoft Word, Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs and Drive), and social media. Knowledge of and experience with non-linear video editing systems. Organized and detail oriented. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Flexibility with work schedule; this position requires frequent evening and weekend work to respond to breaking news. Personal interest in and commitment to LGBTQ rights required. Knowledge of and experience with Adobe Premiere, Adobe PhotoShop, After Effects, Illustrator and Apple software and products. Basic shooting and lighting abilities, with a desire to grow in these skills.   *Please include a link to your portfolio in the cover letter or resume or upload separate documents.*   All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically. Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.   No phone calls, please. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to queries about application status. 
    Chief Human Resources Officer
    At HealthPartners, you’ll find a culture where we live our values of excellence, compassion, integrity and most importantly, partnership. We are seeking a seasoned human resource executive who has proven management and human resource experience in a complex, highly matrixed environment. The Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) will be a key member of the senior leadership team and will provide strategic leadership for HealthPartners human resources while aligning the people, processes, and practices organization-wide. This role will provide leadership for the programs, practices, and relationships that affect our ability to attract, develop, retain, and engage employees so that we can fulfill HealthPartners mission and vision of health as it could be, affordability as it must be through relationships built on trust. This individual will build and maintain collaborative partnerships with other leaders to achieve our goals and further cultivate a Head + Heart, Together culture.   This role requires someone who has a strategic mindset with a strong tactical human resources foundation, and the vision and experience to learn and grow, and support our work to build a team and culture to achieve our mission, vision and values. The CHRO must be engaged, proactive, and diplomatic while partnering with key executive leaders as well as other human resources leaders across the HealthPartners family of organizations to ensure a healthy culture across our organization.   The principal accountabilities for this position include: Provide strategic leadership of human resources functions for HealthPartners in a manner that cultivates Head + Heart, Together values, and alignment of our people processes and practices organization-wide. Lead the human resources department functions, including but not limited to recruitment, retention, performance management, employee and labor relations, compensation and benefits, employee well-being programs, diversity and inclusion, employee engagement, leadership development, human resources communications and technology. Build and maintain collaborative partnerships with operational, clinical, financial, and administrative leaders and ensure that human resources strategies, processes and practices are aligned to support the execution of strategic objectives and initiatives across the HealthPartners organization. Lead development and implementation of the human resources strategic and annual plans with an emphasis on the programs, practices and relationships that affect our ability to attract, develop, retain and engage employees today and in the future. Responsible for overall strategy and implementation of approaches to create a diverse and inclusive workplace. Partner with the Chief Quality Officer to ensure that quality improvement and change management skills are integral to our culture and teams. Responsible to design and execute leadership development strategies, programs and approaches in partnership with the SVP, Chief Marketing Officer, to equip leaders for the future, support work across the organization, and deliver on our brand promise. Accountable for development and implementation of compensation and benefits strategies, as well as the people and processes related to compensation and benefits, including timely, accurate paychecks and compliance with applicable federal, state and local regulations and laws. Chair the People Council which is an organization-wide group of business and human resources leaders across HealthPartners focused on human resources strategy, culture, communications and execution to enable operational success. Work closely with the President and CEO. As a member of the senior leadership team act as a trusted advisor in order to achieve strategic, financial and team objectives, as well as succession planning, diversity & inclusion and organizational development efforts to equip the organization for success long term. Serve as staff support to the HealthPartners Board of Directors Compensation and Leadership Development Committee on matters of executive compensation and benefits design, leadership and development for key positions, and physician compensation strategy. Oversee the development, maintenance, and renovation of administrative facilities at the HealthPartners Bloomington, St. Paul and Richfield locations including office space design and renovation, telecommunications, security, physical plant and grounds maintenance, mail service, and photocopying service. Responsible for the supervision of human resources staff, including having the authority to hire, transfer, lay off, promote, discipline and discharge, train, reward, and review performance of employees. Oversee the creation, update and ongoing testing of business continuity and disaster recovery planning and preparation for assigned operational areas. Participate as requested in incident command training and drills. Serve on the enterprise risk management steering committee, and other leadership forums and boards as assigned. Experience and Qualifications The ideal candidate will have a master’s degree with at least five years of HR executive management experience working directly with senior officers / leaders of an organization as well as 10 years of human resources leadership or organizational consulting experience working in a highly matrixed environment. Additionally, the ideal candidate will have demonstrated experience in developing human resources strategies to support the achievement of overall business operations objectives. Specifically, it is important that the candidate has experience or thorough knowledge in the following areas: Previous experience functioning as a strategic business advisor to executive/senior management regarding key organizational and management issues. Demonstrated experience in leading cross-functional collaboratives with a focus on effectively building relationships with key constituents to accomplish disciplined execution of strategies and risk mitigation. Strong people management and leadership skills. Highly effective communicator who works well with people at all levels. Highly engaged and proactive management style, with demonstrated tact and diplomacy. Ability to handle confidential information with discretion. Strategic thinker with an understanding of how human resources impact all aspects of our work as an interconnected system. Ability to formulate optional approaches to problem-solving, provide effective advice, and recommend a course of action. Ability to develop, promote and implement strategies that may involve significant cultural and organizational change. Ability to identify, analyze, and create solutions for organization design issues and an ability to facilitate change throughout the organization. Ability to communicate effectively (all forms) with all levels of management, HealthPartners Board, employees, and other stakeholders. Ability to effectively build relationships and partnerships. Demonstrated business skills and financial understanding. Commitment to the philosophy, mission, vision, and values of HealthPartners and ability to demonstrate those values in leadership practices. HealthPartners is recognized nationally for providing outstanding care and experience for patients and members. We offer an excellent salary and benefits package. For more information and to apply go to www.healthpartners.com/careers and search for Job ID #46911.
    Chief Human Resources Officer
    At HealthPartners, you’ll find a culture where we live our values of excellence, compassion, integrity and most importantly, partnership. We are seeking a seasoned human resource executive who has proven management and human resource experience in a complex, highly matrixed environment. The Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) will be a key member of the senior leadership team and will provide strategic leadership for HealthPartners human resources while aligning the people, processes, and practices organization-wide. This role will provide leadership for the programs, practices, and relationships that affect our ability to attract, develop, retain, and engage employees so that we can fulfill HealthPartners mission and vision of health as it could be, affordability as it must be through relationships built on trust. This individual will build and maintain collaborative partnerships with other leaders to achieve our goals and further cultivate a Head + Heart, Together culture.   This role requires someone who has a strategic mindset with a strong tactical human resources foundation, and the vision and experience to learn and grow, and support our work to build a team and culture to achieve our mission, vision and values. The CHRO must be engaged, proactive, and diplomatic while partnering with key executive leaders as well as other human resources leaders across the HealthPartners family of organizations to ensure a healthy culture across our organization.   The principal accountabilities for this position include: Provide strategic leadership of human resources functions for HealthPartners in a manner that cultivates Head + Heart, Together values, and alignment of our people processes and practices organization-wide. Lead the human resources department functions, including but not limited to recruitment, retention, performance management, employee and labor relations, compensation and benefits, employee well-being programs, diversity and inclusion, employee engagement, leadership development, human resources communications and technology. Build and maintain collaborative partnerships with operational, clinical, financial, and administrative leaders and ensure that human resources strategies, processes and practices are aligned to support the execution of strategic objectives and initiatives across the HealthPartners organization. Lead development and implementation of the human resources strategic and annual plans with an emphasis on the programs, practices and relationships that affect our ability to attract, develop, retain and engage employees today and in the future. Responsible for overall strategy and implementation of approaches to create a diverse and inclusive workplace. Partner with the Chief Quality Officer to ensure that quality improvement and change management skills are integral to our culture and teams. Responsible to design and execute leadership development strategies, programs and approaches in partnership with the SVP, Chief Marketing Officer, to equip leaders for the future, support work across the organization, and deliver on our brand promise. Accountable for development and implementation of compensation and benefits strategies, as well as the people and processes related to compensation and benefits, including timely, accurate paychecks and compliance with applicable federal, state and local regulations and laws. Chair the People Council which is an organization-wide group of business and human resources leaders across HealthPartners focused on human resources strategy, culture, communications and execution to enable operational success. Work closely with the President and CEO. As a member of the senior leadership team act as a trusted advisor in order to achieve strategic, financial and team objectives, as well as succession planning, diversity & inclusion and organizational development efforts to equip the organization for success long term. Serve as staff support to the HealthPartners Board of Directors Compensation and Leadership Development Committee on matters of executive compensation and benefits design, leadership and development for key positions, and physician compensation strategy. Oversee the development, maintenance, and renovation of administrative facilities at the HealthPartners Bloomington, St. Paul and Richfield locations including office space design and renovation, telecommunications, security, physical plant and grounds maintenance, mail service, and photocopying service. Responsible for the supervision of human resources staff, including having the authority to hire, transfer, lay off, promote, discipline and discharge, train, reward, and review performance of employees. Oversee the creation, update and ongoing testing of business continuity and disaster recovery planning and preparation for assigned operational areas. Participate as requested in incident command training and drills. Serve on the enterprise risk management steering committee, and other leadership forums and boards as assigned. Experience and Qualifications The ideal candidate will have a master’s degree with at least five years of HR executive management experience working directly with senior officers / leaders of an organization as well as 10 years of human resources leadership or organizational consulting experience working in a highly matrixed environment. Additionally, the ideal candidate will have demonstrated experience in developing human resources strategies to support the achievement of overall business operations objectives. Specifically, it is important that the candidate has experience or thorough knowledge in the following areas: Previous experience functioning as a strategic business advisor to executive/senior management regarding key organizational and management issues. Demonstrated experience in leading cross-functional collaboratives with a focus on effectively building relationships with key constituents to accomplish disciplined execution of strategies and risk mitigation. Strong people management and leadership skills. Highly effective communicator who works well with people at all levels. Highly engaged and proactive management style, with demonstrated tact and diplomacy. Ability to handle confidential information with discretion. Strategic thinker with an understanding of how human resources impact all aspects of our work as an interconnected system. Ability to formulate optional approaches to problem-solving, provide effective advice, and recommend a course of action. Ability to develop, promote and implement strategies that may involve significant cultural and organizational change. Ability to identify, analyze, and create solutions for organization design issues and an ability to facilitate change throughout the organization. Ability to communicate effectively (all forms) with all levels of management, HealthPartners Board, employees, and other stakeholders. Ability to effectively build relationships and partnerships. Demonstrated business skills and financial understanding. Commitment to the philosophy, mission, vision, and values of HealthPartners and ability to demonstrate those values in leadership practices. HealthPartners is recognized nationally for providing outstanding care and experience for patients and members. We offer an excellent salary and benefits package. For more information and to apply go to www.healthpartners.com/careers and search for Job ID #46911.
    Membership Outreach Coordinator
    We strongly encourage people of color, transgender and non-binary people to apply. HRC is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes everyone, including non-LGBTQ people, to join our team.   Position Summary: Membership is the lifeblood of the Human Rights Campaign – our members are the reason we can accomplish so much in the fight for full LGBTQ equality. The Membership Outreach Coordinator will support the team in their administrative and programmatic work. This position plays a key role in the processes for a fast-paced team that expands and diversifies HRC’s membership and supporter base through several key programs: Pride, Community Events, Athletes for Equality, the Wedding Registry, as well as through gift and memorial giving.   The position will report directly to the Deputy Director of Membership Outreach, but will support all members of the team on various projects. This is a full-time position based in Washington, DC with regular travel.   Position Responsibilities: Serve as lead on all revenue and membership systems and processes for the team, ensuring information received through any of the Membership Outreach programs is accurately reflected in organizational systems and databases. Provide year-round support for the Pride program, which may include: researching and completing pride festival applications, tracking progress and coordinating payments; ensuring the integrity of data in a comprehensive database; assisting in logistical on-the-ground preparedness for pride events; and working with in-house fulfillment team on shipping and delivery of materials. Provide support for the Community Events program, which may include liaising with the internal design and online strategy teams, ordering supplies, and coordinate shipping and delivery of materials. Support the Membership Outreach team with all other programs as needed, including gift memberships, memorial gifts, and the Wedding Registry. Process acknowledgements for all gifts from these programs. Play a key role in the logistics and planning of the annual HRC Membership Outreach training as part of HRC’s Equality Convention for volunteers and Board members. Serve as lead on all Membership Outreach administrative needs, including but not limited to preparing monthly credit card statements for the team and for senior people on the team, scheduling meetings and reserving conference rooms, setting up webinars for volunteer trainings. Other duties as assigned.   Position Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience with one to two years of office experience required, preferably in a membership role. Highly organized with a strong attention to detail while working under pressure. Proven ability to coordinate multiple projects simultaneously. Strong written and verbal communication/interpersonal skills. Must be a self-starter with experience taking initiative, and proven ability to work in a team environment with multiple stakeholders, while maintaining a professional and responsible manner. Proficient to advanced computer skills including MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Google Suite (Calendar, Mail, Drive) and ability/willingness to learn new programs and software. Weekend travel to a number of events nationwide is required, up to 20%. Working knowledge of LGBTQ issues a plus.   All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically. Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.   No phone calls, please. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to queries about application status. 
    Membership Outreach Coordinator
    We strongly encourage people of color, transgender and non-binary people to apply. HRC is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes everyone, including non-LGBTQ people, to join our team.   Position Summary: Membership is the lifeblood of the Human Rights Campaign – our members are the reason we can accomplish so much in the fight for full LGBTQ equality. The Membership Outreach Coordinator will support the team in their administrative and programmatic work. This position plays a key role in the processes for a fast-paced team that expands and diversifies HRC’s membership and supporter base through several key programs: Pride, Community Events, Athletes for Equality, the Wedding Registry, as well as through gift and memorial giving.   The position will report directly to the Deputy Director of Membership Outreach, but will support all members of the team on various projects. This is a full-time position based in Washington, DC with regular travel.   Position Responsibilities: Serve as lead on all revenue and membership systems and processes for the team, ensuring information received through any of the Membership Outreach programs is accurately reflected in organizational systems and databases. Provide year-round support for the Pride program, which may include: researching and completing pride festival applications, tracking progress and coordinating payments; ensuring the integrity of data in a comprehensive database; assisting in logistical on-the-ground preparedness for pride events; and working with in-house fulfillment team on shipping and delivery of materials. Provide support for the Community Events program, which may include liaising with the internal design and online strategy teams, ordering supplies, and coordinate shipping and delivery of materials. Support the Membership Outreach team with all other programs as needed, including gift memberships, memorial gifts, and the Wedding Registry. Process acknowledgements for all gifts from these programs. Play a key role in the logistics and planning of the annual HRC Membership Outreach training as part of HRC’s Equality Convention for volunteers and Board members. Serve as lead on all Membership Outreach administrative needs, including but not limited to preparing monthly credit card statements for the team and for senior people on the team, scheduling meetings and reserving conference rooms, setting up webinars for volunteer trainings. Other duties as assigned.   Position Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience with one to two years of office experience required, preferably in a membership role. Highly organized with a strong attention to detail while working under pressure. Proven ability to coordinate multiple projects simultaneously. Strong written and verbal communication/interpersonal skills. Must be a self-starter with experience taking initiative, and proven ability to work in a team environment with multiple stakeholders, while maintaining a professional and responsible manner. Proficient to advanced computer skills including MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Google Suite (Calendar, Mail, Drive) and ability/willingness to learn new programs and software. Weekend travel to a number of events nationwide is required, up to 20%. Working knowledge of LGBTQ issues a plus.   All positions at the Human Rights Campaign may require travel on a regular basis or periodically. Where the need arises for business travel, appropriate compensation as outlined by the Fair Labor Standards Act will apply.   No phone calls, please. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to queries about application status. 
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