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  • 07 Nov 2018 10:13 AM | Working Women (Administrator)

    Administrative Coordinator

    Tampa, FL Full-time

    Candidates must possess:

    • Strong administrative support experience
    • Longevity on past positions - more than 2 years on average
    • Proficient in current technology - Word, Excel and all Google products
    • Professional and customer service demeanor and experience
    • Database management experience
    • Ability to learn new technology quickly such as paperless platforms
    • Ability to solve problems
    • Ability to work with a diversity of clients and vendors
    • Ability to work with all levels of the organization
    • Exceptional communication skills
    • Exceptional writing, verbal and organization skills
    • Attention to detail
    • Accustomed to meeting hard deadlines
    • Sense of urgency and ability to work in a fast-paced environment
    • Can work independently
    • Prior real estate experience a plus

    APPLY HERE


  • 21 Sep 2018 3:52 PM | Working Women (Administrator)

    Congrats to Kristi Campbell who recently got approval for her organization, Be a Santa to a Senior to become a 501c3!

    BE A SANTA TO A SENIOR……Holidays can be difficult on all generations. Our Elders go through depression/separation from their loved ones they have lost or when other family members have events away the Senior is unable to attend. This Home Instead Senior Care Program provides Christmas gifts to Seniors who live in Nursing Home or Assisted Living Communities, typically without any family interaction and low income. The Home Instead Team coordinates with the facilities to provide gifts to their Residents during their Holiday celebrations. Home Instead truly believes that if it weren’t for our Elders, we wouldn’t have the opportunities or freedoms we have today.

     

    HOW CAN YOU HELP???  Adopt a Senior or Seniors, maybe even a tree of 30 ornaments………Make a tax deductible donation via gift card to Walmart or Amazon or a check made payable to “Be A Santa” and mail to Home Instead Senior Care, 2902 Busch Lake Blvd, Tampa, 33614……OR……Volunteer to assemble the gifts and prepare for distribution.

     

    This program operates under the R F Campbell Charities 501-(c)(3) and supports programs, organizations and individuals whose mission and efforts are dedicated to improving the quality of life for the senior citizens in Hillsborough County. R F Campbell Charities is named after "R"ichard, Kristi's Dad and "F"aun, Jon's Mom, both are in Heaven hopefully proud of how Kristi and Jon try to make a positive difference in their community.


  • 25 Jul 2018 1:55 PM | Working Women (Administrator)


    Calling all ladies!!  Find out what’s holding you back from your weight loss goals at the upcoming Gemma Rayne Fountain Two-Day Health Retreat, August 4th-5th 2018 at TradeWinds Island Resorts


    Let's shift out of negative feelings around dieting, weight loss, and our bodies with a weekend of sisterhood, positivity, mental shifts, movement, activities to aid transformation and fun. So much fun!  [Plus Working Women save $20 off regular admission with the link below!]


    We are going to face that one thing, that one obstacle, that mental block that is preventing you from success - this is the elephant in the room! Let's tackle it together and remove it so that you can finally reach your goals with ease. 
    ...

    Together with a group of amazingly supportive women, you’ll learn the secret to achieving your weight loss goals with ease. Get ready to take a deep dive into shifting your mindset about dieting and weight loss.  

    The retreat is based on the principles taught in Gemma Rayne Fountain’s Book, “The Elephant in The Room: How to Overcome Your Psychological Barriers to Weight Loss Success”. 

    Learn more about Facing the Elephant in The Room at www.FacingTheElephant.com

    Members of Working Women of Tampa Bay can save $20 off regular admission!  That's $77 instead of $97. 

    Regular admission includes:

    - 1 1/2 days of awesomeness ($349 value)
    - 60 min Health Coaching session with Gemma Fountain ($100 value)
    - 1 group Personal training session ($45 value)
    - 1 beach yoga class ($20 value)
    - A copy of Gemma's book- The Elephant in the Room - How to Overcome Your Psychological Barriers to Weight Loss Success ($10 value)
    - Vision Mapping pajama party event ($45 value)
    - Lunch and breakfast ($50 value)
    - Swag bag full of free passes, coupons and more ($300 value)

    That's OVER $900.00 of amazingness all for ONLY $97!


    $77 for members of Working Women of Tampa Bay 
    Register at: 
    Paypal.me/GemmaFountain/77

    Want the VIP option?
    Receive everything in the regular admission PLUS...
    - 2 Private Personal training sessions with Exercise Scientist ($190 value)
    - 1 session of Float Therapy ($95 value)
    - 2 additional Health Coaching sessions with Gemma ($200 value) 
    - Priority seating during the event
    - Lunch or breakfast with Gemma - sit with Gemma and chat candidly for lunch or breakfast during the retreat (priceless, Lol)

    With VIP you get over $1400.00 worth of sweetness for ONLY $197.00
    Limited to only 10 VIP seats.
    Register at: PayPal.me/Gemma Fountain/197

    But hurry - seats are limited. Register TODAY

    ...

    What You’ll Get from The Retreat: 
    • Learn how to eliminate the vicious dieting cycle that leaves you feeling guilt, shame and failure
    • Learn how to shift to a success mindset 
    • Learn how to better connect with yourself and others
    • Learn how to change your view on body image
    • Learn to break the psychological barriers that are holding you back from achieving your goals

    Get ready for a fun, inspiring, and content-packed weekend where you will learn the secret formula for achieving your ideal body weight. 

    Book Now

    Regular Admission - $77 for WWOTB MEMBERS 
    Paypal.me/GemmaFountain/77

    VIP Admission - $197
    Paypal.me/GemmaFountain/197

    More info online at www.FacingTheElephant.com



  • 01 Jun 2018 12:50 PM | Working Women (Administrator)

    Position Title: Paraplanner

    Position Description:

    Step into an instrumental role. Help conduct the smooth operation of a fast-paced—and friendly—financial planning office. Work as an employee of an independent advisor franchisee with a financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial. Assist in daily business operations.

    The paraplanner will primarily assist financial advisor(s) and associate financial advisor(s) in the financial planning workflow. This position will consistently follow high standards of business and professional ethics and legal and regulatory requirements when dealing with others and/or performing work activities.

    This role provides client relationship support through managing, gathering and analyzing client data, helping prepare preliminary financial plans and other client deliverables, working with clients to resolve issues and other practice management tasks as needed. Responds to ad hoc requests, coordinates/tracks projects and/or manages business-as-usual projects such as organizing a client seminar.

    Responsibilities and Time Allocation – Will change over time to meet the needs of the practice and can include other duties as assigned by the advisor.

    Position Functions:

    60%

    Financial Planning & Advice / Product Solutions

    ·         Prepare preliminary financial planning recommendations and initial product solutions for advisor review and use in client meetings

    ·         Prepare charts, graphs, tables and other visual aids to be used in implementation meetings with clients

    ·         Develop portfolio/robust product solution recommendations that will fit the client’s risk tolerance and time frame as well as develop appropriate product deliverables

    40%

    Client Care / Business Management

    ·         Maintain client contact during the financial planning process. Answer questions and provide readily available information to clients, if requested and as allowable, as it relates to servicing their accounts

    ·         Review and update client information as needed for client review meetings. Attend and participate in client meetings if necessary.

    ·         Manage and resolve client service problems

    ·         Perform other allowable duties as assigned by the financial advisor(s)

    Minimum 2 years industry experience required. Series 7 license preferred.

    Email resumes to Laura.L.Rehbein@ampf.com


  • 01 Jun 2018 9:22 AM | Working Women (Administrator)

    Source: USA Weekly

    Starting a business is a big achievement for many entrepreneurs, but maintaining one is the larger challenge. There are many standard challenges that face every business whether they are large or small. It is not easy running a company, especially in a fast-paced, ever-changing business world. Technology advances, new hiring strategies, and now, political changes coming with the new administration, all add to the existing business challenges that entrepreneurs, business owners, and executives have to deal with.

    Maximizing profits, minimizing expenses and finding talented staff to keep things moving seem to be top challenges for both SMBs and large corporations. We have been interviewing companies from around the world to discover what challenges they are facing in their businesses. We also asked each company to share business advice they would give to a younger version of themselves.

    Below is our interview with Tami Fitzpatrick, Founder and CEO at Entropy Technology Design, Inc.:

    What does your company do?

    Entropy Technology Design, Inc., is a certified 51% woman-owned software/hardware-driven threat detection company specializing in severe weather, lightning, tornado detection and other threats such as mortar fire, sandstorms, tunneling and drones. My company has developed a disruptive new technology that will improve how we react to severe weather and other threats. Entropy’s NIMBUS™ proprietary technology platform detects and alerts users in real-time of severe weather. Integrated with key partners we will also provide early detection and disconnect features to safely take valuable electronics offline to avoid surge damage and loss of equipment. Nimbus will help save human lives, animal lives and property. This technology’s warnings in worldwide geographic areas without U.S. weather capabilities is critical. Although we developed this technology with the primary function of lightning, thunderstorm and detection in real-time, we have found other applications that are needed to protect the skies and waterways.

    What is your role? What do you enjoy most about your role?

    I am the founder and CEO of Entropy Technology Design, Inc. It is a thrilling challenge to be a woman in this male-dominated industry. I enjoy being part of a technology platform that will change many aspects of the weather, natural disaster, drone, and military combat arena. Nimbus will be a critical interface with IoT, smart cities, the fight against terrorism and climate change. Imagine knowing you will be the first to provide tornado detection that gives a person up to two hours’ notice even at night!

    Just imagine how valuable this is to first-responders (e.g., police, firefighters, EMTs). I can trust my entrepreneurial instincts to push through all the blockades, traps, and closed financial doors to find a way through or around obstacles which energizes my business acumen. I love turning a “no” into a “yes.” Hard work, ingenuity and a can-do attitude at the end of the day fuels me. True entrepreneurs never give up. Period.

    What are the biggest challenges in your business right now?

    Naysayers and access to capital. Like Elon Musk (whom I hope to meet one day), or anyone who started with nothing and fought to bring an alien concept to life, they likely encountered the naysayers. The Chinese proverb I have in my email signature says it all : “The person who says something is impossible to do shouldn’t interrupt the person who is doing it.” Secondly, access to capital that doesn’t suck the life or kick out the founders.

    I am not building and growing this company to just abandon my baby. I have had to fight with everything in me to maintain my 51% control. I find it pathetic that it is quite acceptable for founders to be expected to starve as they create their masterpiece only for the sharks to wait or create vulnerability, so they can bully their way into ownership. This needs to change. It occurred to me that while I absolutely can say #MeToo I would also suggest a business version of #MineToo!

    If you could go back in time, what business advice would you give to a younger version of yourself?

    Regardless of your place or position in life, don’t allow yourself to be bullied or manipulated by anyone. I know now that “calm wisdom” does seem to come with age. As I look back, I have always been unafraid of uncharted waters. In fact, it is what took this Midwestern girl and helped her survive and overcome an oppressive marriage and her escape from Beirut. I would tell a younger version of myself that change only comes when you survive and overcome your obstacles. Don’t view them as failures, think of them as a new pair of stilettos when the old ones go out of style. You cannot hide from life. You have to demolition it one brick at a time towards success.


  • 24 May 2018 1:09 PM | Working Women (Administrator)


  • 23 May 2018 4:29 AM | Working Women (Administrator)
    We've outgrown our old recycling facility at 5144 Le Tourneau Circle in Tampa.  We now occupy a new warehouse at 5630 East Powhatan Avenue, just across from Hillsborough Boulevard.  Last year, Urban E Recycling recycled around 3.2 million pounds.  With our growing number of dedicated customers, we had filled the capacity of our previous facility. We see our business as always improving and that means we needed more space.  The relocation occured for several reasons that benefit both customers and our business.  We needed more space for our recycling process to take place and offices to manage day to day details.  We also wanted a location that would streamline deliveries and pickup services that would be convenient for customer drop offs. 
    www.urbanerecycling.com
  • 14 May 2018 5:59 PM | Working Women (Administrator)

    Executive Director, Neighborly Care Network

    The Neighborly Care Network is seeking an Executive Director who can increase the agency’s capacity to serve its clients and accomplish its mission of ensuring, maintaining and improving the quality of life for seniors throughout Pinellas County through the provision of life-sustaining services. Please click here to review the full position description. Please send confidential inquiries, cover letter and resume via e-mail to mturman@catalystcs.org.

    To learn more about the Neighborly Care Network, please visit neighborly.org.


    Executive Director, Heart Gallery of Tampa

    The Heart Gallery is entering a new period of organizational growth to increase its mission of raising awareness of Tampa’s foster children who are waiting to be adopted into loving families.  As part of this exciting time, the Board of Directors is actively seeking an Executive Director and has retained Catalyst Consulting Services to facilitate this executive recruitment. Please review the position description send confidential inquiries, cover letter and resume via e-mail to mturman@catalystcs.org.

    To learn more about the Heart Gallery of Tampa, please visit heartgallerytampa.org.


  • 03 May 2018 11:37 AM | Working Women (Administrator)

    If you are a Business Owner, Executive, Leader, Manager or Supervisor and connect with lots of employees, then you will want to attend this seriously-informative seminar!  At a minimum, your HR person should be there!

    Note: Workplace Violence is now at epidemic numbers….from incivilities to bullying to harassment to vengefulness to homicide and active shooters.  It doesn’t have to be that way!  Whether you’re concerned about keeping your facility safe, or untangling and stopping dysfunctional behaviors, you’ll learn “the essentials” to reduce the risk of Workplace Violence in your workplace, and within your Team.

    This session is presented by Claire Knowles (of Lights On!) and her partners, at Nagele, Knowles and Associates. They are hosting/presenting a breakfast / info session on the above subject on Friday, May 18th in Tampa at the Kaizen Collaborative Center, starting promptly at 8:30 and ends at 10:30 am.  (Fee: $24.95)

    Note that this event is limited to 45 attendees.  PRE-Registration is required via Eventbrite.com.  More information can be obtained at the Eventbrite info for this event from www.NageleKnowlesAndAssociates.com



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