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Career and Internship Opportunities 5/21/2017

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Southern California Edison

Campaign Manager, Public Safety

Rosemead, Calif.

From Ms. Diane Tasaka, Principal Manager – Brand & Creative, Southern California Edison.

Job Number: MPP1/71018127

Position Overview:

Responsible for developing, executing, and managing a forward-looking, integrated, communications strategy to positively impact reputation and awareness of our Public Safety and Cybersecurity messages and activities.

Typical Responsibilities:

· Create and disseminate content and campaigns via various platforms, channels and events to improve public perception of the company’s safety and security efforts based on an editorial calendar, issues and opportunities.

· Oversee outreach, communications and media pitching strategy to educate stakeholders on electrical safety. Coordinate resources, including external vendors to execute on tactics designed to reach to reach at-risk workers, first responders and customers. Draft message platforms and remarks for public speaking opportunities.

· Support and identify synergies with the internal safety communications plan, playing a role in signature events and key programs.

· Also responsible for Cybersecurity communications, including strategic plan, message and collateral development for both internal and external audiences, and providing the Cybersecurity team with effective communications consultation and guidance.

· Maintain effective working relationships with external and internal stakeholders, including participation in public safety and Cybersecurity committees and working teams...

· Assess opportunities for metrics and measuring of progress and success in overall performance. Monitor plan against these performance indicators and make mid-course corrections as needed. Ensure campaigns and planned communications are delivered on time and within budget.

· Provide media and employee communications response during emergency/crisis situations. Serve as spokesperson for after hour media on call duty.

Here is the link to apply:

http://bit.ly/2p4JNz8


Walt Disney Imagineering

Project Management Organization (PMO) Manager

Glendale, Calif.

From Ms. Carmen J. Smith, VP – Creative Development, Walt Disney Imagineering.

Walt Disney Imagineering (WDI) is the master planning, creative development, design, engineering, production, project management, and research and development arm of Disney’s Parks and Resorts business segment. Representing more than 150 disciplines, its talented corps of Imagineers are responsible for the creation of Disney resorts, theme parks and attractions, hotels, water parks, real estate developments, regional entertainment venues, cruise ships and new media technology projects.

The Project Management Organization (PMO) Manager reports to the Project Management (PM) Studio Executive Leader and is a critical member of the senior leadership team responsible for execution and activation of Project Management Studio strategies. The PMO Manager Integration will be responsible for managing daily activities and implementation of programs, processes, and tools that support organizational goals and requirements. The position is a key contributor for studio strategic planning and goal establishment. Accordingly, PM experience on complex projects and a deep understanding of PM and Project Controls (PC) concepts, practices, and procedures is required. The person must be able to leverage extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Strong communication, conflict resolution, and relationship skills are essential to the role in addition to possessing a genuine passion functional work.

The Project Management Organization Manager must possess a focused drive for results and be a champion of change and innovation.  Additionally, the PMO Manager is responsible for the establishment and maintenance of practices and the integrated toolkit, studio budgeting and control, resource planning, development and implementation of training and talent development programs, and implementation of strategies with only broad guidance.

Job Duties

Serves as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for PM process and project initiation set-up

Serves as a member of studio senior leadership team and a key contributor to annual strategic planning and goal setting with responsibility for driving implementation of defined action plans

Able to implement strategies with only broad guidance

Responsible for the definition, documentation, and maintenance of the studio standards, guidelines, templates, and processes

Leads the establishment of Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) program and serves as a champion to collect, normalize, and communicate lessons learned and best practices ensuring deep understanding within the PM community and broader Imagineering organization as appropriate

Serves as a change champion within the Studio in developing plans that ensure successful change adoption, strong communications, and technical support

Facilitates and ensures establishment of healthy change management process for projects.

Proactively collaborate with project teams to ensure effective implementation of PM program

Performs project health checks to ensure compliance with PM practices and requirements, develops corrective actions plans where needed, and works collaboratively with project team to support as needed to bring into compliance.

Responsible for innovation, quality, and integration of software tools including cost management, change management, risk management, earned value, planning, and reporting dashboards

In partnership with the Technology Studio, define functional and technical requirements for studio technology tools, evaluate cost effective solutions, perform cost-benefit analysis, develop and execute Proof of Concept (POV), launch Minimum Viable Product (MVP), and develop training and implementation plan

Develop and control annual operating plan (AOP) and resource plans that support the overall studio goals in partnership with the studio leadership team and Finance. Control includes analyzing variances, predicting impacts, and developing recovery plans.

Define, collect, analyze, and communicate meaningful business metrics that align with historical and industry benchmarks.

Understands PM deliverables and provides guidance as needed to contribute to team success in completing deliverables

Partners with Project Controls Executive Leader and Regional Leaders to create effective, streamlined, and consistent Project Reviews for senior executive management. Also, facilitates debrief feedback to project teams to continuously improve forum.

Leads design and implementation of engagement surveys including group communications and development of recommended actions to increase engagement

Leads development and implementation of training and talent development programs including development of material, training the trainer, researching and customizing external training opportunities, ensuring implementation of annual training plans, establishing PM Summits, identifying and maximizing the utility of professional conferences and associations, and establishment of PM mentoring programs.

Leads development and implementation of program to foster PM community development and effectively connect the global PM community.

Works with other studio leaders and divisions of work leaders to conduct PM needs assessment and define action plans

Partners with HR and PM Portfolio leaders to advance diversity, create a balanced talent strategy, institute strong mentoring and succession planning, and integrate HR programs and policies into the studio.

Manages intern program

Prepare and deliver effective executive presentations.

Responsible to ensure the frequency, quality, and flow of communication within the studio.

Required Qualifications

Minimum 10 years relevant experience in project management or controls

Ability to translate high-level strategy into actionable plans

Ability to distill complex information, including financial details, into engaging high-level messages accessible to a wide audience including senior executives

Able to develop, maintain, and improve process and tools

Highly dependable with strong work ethic

Positive, energetic attitude and able to advance the studio culture and foster community

Open minded and curious with a desire to explore possibilities beyond previous experiences

Develop and mentor others in the department

Ability to communicate effectively regardless of audience, including oral and written communications

Ability to handle confidential information

Strong organizational and time management skills with attention to detail

Proven experience in managing multiple projects with strong prioritization skills

Previous PMO or functional PM related experience or equivalent

Problem solving ability

Required Education

Bachelor’s degree, preferably (Architecture/Engineering/Construction), or ten years equivalent work experience

Post graduate discipline related training, seminars, and conferences preferred

Preferred Certification

Project Management Professional (PMP)

If interested in this position, please let me know.  According to the person hiring, this position is senior-level and is a position that is described as “critical” and “empowered.”  Please be sure to let me know if your background and experience fits the critical elements of this job well.


PUMA

Intern, Entertainment Marketing

Los Angeles

From Ms. Kristina Fields, Global Head of Partnership Management, PUMA.

Manager:

Ms. Vivian Ramirez

Overview:

The primary responsibility for this position is to assist the marketing partnership team with fulfilling product requests, inventory management, reporting and placement scanning.  Interns will support the team with a host of functions and will gain hands on working experience with Entertainment partnerships.

Candidates should be familiar with celebrity press outlets such as weekly publications, shows and online blogs. This role requires someone who is engaging, proactive, resourceful, organized, self-motivated, with strong attention to detail and proven ability to be part of a team, work independently and multi-task.

Responsibilities:

Assist with partner product requests for day-to-day and specific opportunities like events and appearances

Assist with managing product inventory

Support the Los Angeles based Entertainment Marketing team with daily monitoring of placements in print, television and online

Assist in creation of monthly marketing reports

Support of the daily operations of the office, adhering to policies and procedures and maintaining a well operated office

Represent the brand and utilize the PUMA 4Keys (Fair, Honest, Positive, Creative) in all \decisions, actions, processes and practices

Qualifications:

Current enrollment in school preferably in Marketing

Basic knowledge of the entertainment industry preferred

Excellent writing and organization skills

Enthusiasm to work within a fun, fast paced work environment

Proven ability to work independently and multi-task

Must be detail oriented, resourceful, self-motivated and proactive

Familiarity and interest with both the sport and fashion industries

Strong computer skills, with knowledge of basic MS Office programs particularly power point

Candidates must be able to work a minimum of 28 hours per week and receive school credit

If interested, please let me know!  Please be sure that your background reflects what is requested in this job description.

 

 

CONFERENCE TOPICS: Dynamics of Leadership 2017

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The Perfect Introduction: How to say who you are and what you do in 20 words or less

First impressions matter! A great introduction can be a powerful door opener to new possibilities. But there’s only a tiny window to turn your introduction into a career or business-building opportunity. In today’s reality, you have a better shot of engaging with a goldfish than the person next to you. Everyone knows we only get one shot to make the right first impression. But few are really prepared to answer when asked, “What do you do?” In this workshop, we will show you how to create an engaging personal brand introduction in 20 words or less and make a lasting, positive impression.

Achieving Work-Life Balance: How to Prioritize Competing Priorities

We know now in 2017 that work-life balance does not simply exist. But, what can be done is the prioritization of what you value the most and to make time, somehow making it all fit into a 24-hour day. In this panel, we’ve assembled a set of speakers with a full plate, and their tips for making it work, as well as strategies on how to identify and balance all your priorities.

Overcoming Conflict and the Fear Inside

Confronting conflict is not what we seek to do in our daily lives, especially within the context of our professional life. Many Asians appear to have a strong disdain for or fear of any conflict, and avoid it whenever possible -- sometimes to their detriment. In this session, attendees will learn how to deal with their fears and effectively resolve conflict. By learning the best methods to interact with fellow professionals and solve problems, you can build an open, communicative environment in your office that everyone can feel comfortable in.

Working On Multi-Generational Teams: Effective Techniques to Minimize Generational Differences

Due to the changing economy, the retirement the age continues to increase. As business structures change drastically, working on a multi-generational team is become the economic reality (or on volunteer and non-profit organization). How to not only communicate across the cross-generational boundaries, as well as work effectively together is essential in this modern day and age. In this workshop, we deal with the best strategies on how to effectively cross and work with the generational barrier.

Changing the Conversation: Multicultural Communications in Diverse Markets

How does one continue to expand in growing multicultural markets to discuss corporate and marketing strategies for dealing with growing diverse markets around the country? Particularly, this workshop will discuss communications from the Asian American perspective and how to present that to the growing economy at large.

Public Speaking: Best Tips, Strategies, and Experiences to Ace Your Next Presentation

No matter the upgrades in technology and social media, public speaking, and more broadly, the ability to effectively communicate is a skill that will never stop being universal and important to any facet of your life. Join us in this interactive (and yes we mean interactive) workshop where you challenge yourself to be a more effective and engaging speaker. Tips on dealing with the nerves, common mistakes people make while public speaking, as well ways to improve your overall tone and presentation.

ERG Panel: The Role of Employee Resource Group and Your Career Representation/ Advancement/ Advocacy

The hot buzzword in corporate governance and diversity is ERG, or Employee Resource Group. In this interactive panel, experienced corporate managers and employees discuss the importance of ERGs and the role they play not only in promoting diversity in the corporate structure, but the ways in which the members of the ERG can better leverage and utilize the ERG for growth, progression, and development within their careers and at the company.

Learning from Failure: How to Make the Best Opportunity out of Failure

One of the most widely ignored topics, particularly as it is perceived of Asian Americans, is the ability to openly discuss topics regarding failure. However, failure is often the stepping stone for growth, both personal and professional. In this workshop, our speaker elaborates on the ability to not only accept “failure,” but strategies to grow and move forward. Your professional life will not always go as planned, but that does not mean you cannot adapt and still achieve success.

Learning the Language of Business

Communication is essential to success in any endeavor that you may pursue. A key facet of any communication is knowing your audience. Particularly within the professional and corporate setting, learning to utilize one’s emotional intelligence and interpersonal communication skills, along with learning to be comfortable with the specific jargon of your profession, is a key to unlocking further success. This workshop will tackle all aspects of learning the “language” of business, from the jargon, personalities and ego, to presenting your best and genuine self. With this talk, you will be strongly armed with an understanding of today’s unique work environment, the business cycle and more.

Building a Strong Organizational Culture

Whether leading a startup or joining a well-established corporation, we all have opportunities to impact organizational culture. In this workshop, learn ways to tap into your strengths to define, develop, and lead positive cultural change. By learning ways to impact organizational culture, we can stand out as leaders and true change agents in creating safe, enjoyable workspaces.

Entrepreneurial Panel: Initializing Your Start-Up

Join us for the panel discussion on the ups and downs of being an entrepreneur, from all stages of career lifecycle, such as just starting out, just beginning to expand, and well established. The panelists will discuss everything from the fears they had starting their business, the strategies to get the business off the ground, maintaining some semblance of balance, dealing with failure, and ultimately facing that fear of the unknown. Ultimately they’ll address how to initialize a start-up and get it off the ground or onto the next plateau.

Running for Public Office 101: Your Hands on Guide to Public Office

Often within the Asian American research is the continued stress of lack of diversity, particularly on the part of Asians within the realm of elected office. What are the barriers to entry that is stopping Asians from not just being engaged with the electoral process, but worse, the lack of Asian American candidates? What does it take to run for public office? Listen to this bi-partisan panel on the ins and outs of running for public office, where the resources are, and their own personal experiences and challenges in their journey to serving the public. This panel will deal with the dreaded question of where to start looking for the funding to start and continue your campaign.

Money Does Grow on Trees

Cash flow management — or rather, the lack of cash flow management—is the number one killer of businesses large and small. Having the ability to move funds without being held back by barriers is crucial for continued operations, growth and adaptability. This presentation will ensure the dynamics movement of your company’s cash flow. It will help you build resistance to failure and slow months of business without requiring you to take a loan. By attending this talk, you will leave the conference with confidence that your company will not fall or be the least bit susceptible to stagnant cash flow.

How to Find Your Highest Purpose

One of the most widely ignored topics, particularly as it is perceived of Asian Americans, is the ability to openly discuss topics regarding failure. However, failure is often the stepping stone for growth, both personal and professional. In these workshops, our speaker elaborates on the ability to not only accept “failure,” but strategies to grow and find the work that utilizes your passions and talents to their fullest. Your professional life will not always go as planned, but that does not mean you cannot adapt and still achieve success.

How to Properly Engage and Activate the Mysterious Millennial Generation

One of the most sought after generational groups, engaging with millennials is a hot-button topic because very few have effectively engaged and activated the millennial generation. Whether it be how to effectively tap into the millennial market on a business scale, or engaging the millennial community for non-profit goals, there simply remains a certain mystery about this group…until now. Join us in this workshop on the best tips and strategies of activating millennials, as well as identifying resources that are particularly important to Generation Y.

The Beach Office: How to Build a Business Around The Lifestyle You Want

For many people, entrepreneurship means Silicon Valley startups and long hours in the hopes of hitting it big. However, a different type of entrepreneurship - lifestyle entrepreneurship - has a different goal in mind: to give you time, location, and financial freedom. You can work from the beach, travel the world, or drop your kids off at school every day and go to all of their events. In this workshop, you will learn the basics and see case studies on how to sell a product, information, and services leveraging online tools and services like Amazon, Alibaba, blogs, virtual assistants, and much more. This is not a multi-level marketing pitch; you will be building YOUR OWN business.

How to Capture and Keep Attention in A World Where No One Has Time to Listen

We work in a fast-paced, attention deficit, multi-tasking environment. How many people are really paying attention when you speak? You may have a lot to say, but no one has time to listen. This is a 60 minute workshop where you’ll gain a framework for persuasive communication that motivates people to action. Our presenter will teach you how to capture and keep a split second attention span, create an elevator pitch in as few as 10 slides, and create compelling presentations that keep people engaged from start to finish.

Energizing your Passions: Establishing a Career in the Non-Profit World

Accelerating your passions often finds many seeking further opportunities and careers within the non-profit sector. But how does one exactly start a career in this non-profit world, especially if you are fresh from college, or looking to make a dramatic career change? Join us in this workshop to discuss the pathways to starting on that non-profit career that you’ve always dreamt of, but just did not know how to approach.

*Agenda/Topics are Subject to Change

Registration

Early Bird Before 5/31/2017

General Registration After 5/31/2017

Conference Kickoff Reception (Fri, July 7, 7-9pm) | Keynote Speaker: Svetlana Kim, Author of White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee

$30.00


$40.00

Gala reception, dinner, and event (Sat., July 8, 6-9pm)

$100.00


$120.00

DAY PASS: Saturday Conference (Sat, July 8) | Access to 12 workshops/seminars, breakfast, lunch & Dinner Gala

$200.00


$290.00

DAY PASS: Sunday Conference
(Sat., July 9) | Access to 6 workshops/seminars & breakfast

$95.00


$120.00

ALL-INCLUSIVE PASS: Best Deal!** (Friday, July 7 - Sunday, July, 9) | Full Access to Reception, Conference and Gala Event

$250.00


$400.00

PROGRAM SCHEDULE | WORKSHOP TOPICS | SPEAKERS' BIO

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Attire: Business professional/Semi-formal.
All tickets are non-refundable. All payments must receive by 4 p.m. on July 1st, 2017 to guarantee your seat.

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A Conversation with keynote speaker, Svetlana Kim: How unshakeable optimism and a no-fear approach on life, spelled out success for this servant leader

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Written by MaryAnne Riodique

As an immigrant fleeing Communist Russia in the 90’s, Svetlana Kim, came to the US with virtually nothing in the bank, and little English. Through a combination of luck and hard work, her success story comes down to grit, mental toughness, and unfailing optimism.

Svetlana recounts in her book, White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee, how one of her earliest ambitions was to work on Wall Street. She taught herself the basics of the stock market through voracious reading, but was told that before she got started as a stockbroker, she would first need to establish herself as a sales person. This is where Svetlana’s fearlessness and an ingenuity is displayed – she worked her way up as a department store cosmetic sales associate, to business manager, and eventually into account executive role with Laura Mercier. With proven sales ability in hand, what followed was a series of roles which would prove pivotal in gaining her access to influential friends and mentors: she became a successful stockbroker for UBS PaineWebber, where she promptly won the Western Division Advisor Award, followed by a move to DC working for top PR firm, the Public Affairs Group, where she was mentored by the firm’s CEO, philanthropist Edie Fraser, and entrusted with heading up the Business Women’s Network.

She is now celebrating 10 years as a self-described “solo-preneur,” as a lauded keynote speaker, activist, philanthropist, fundraiser, author, and radio host. Her show “To the Stars Through Adversity” has been in production for 3 years, where she’s interviewed over 200 individuals – selected specifically for their ability to overcome life’s challenges and who’ve embraced their role in serving humanity, themes she knows about first hand.

“Life is like a river,” Svetlana said. “you can either sit on the sidelines and watch it go by, or you can jump in, brave the cold, and swim in it!”

Throughout the course of our discussion, I was struck with Svetlana’s energy – it was contagious and inspiring, even over the phone. When I asked how she found the inner strength to overcome life’s obstacles, she very nonchalantly said, “When you focus on your pain, you become miserable. You either dwell on misery – or, you go forward. This is what defines great people.”

She’s truly walked the talk, as well – she is passionate about nutrition, fitness, and yoga. She’s practiced, and studied mediation for over 7 years, and became a certified yoga instructor in 2015. She states her meditation practice as some of the most difficult training she’s ever done, crediting its role in her success after leaving corporate life.

Meditation “helped me overcome a lot of anxiety, and allowed me to dispel negative thoughts. It grounded me, and allowed me to be my true self,” says Svetlana. “Success requires energy. When you do the simple, good things,” like sleep, exercise, eat right, “you attract the right people, energy – all the good things which equal success.”

She admitted to me, however, that she tends to define success differently than other people.

“Success,” she says, “is when you are at peace. It is about collaboration with others.”

She went on to describe an outlook which revealed a true servant leader, which explains her active role serving on various boards and philanthropic endeavors – to list just a few - the Asian Division Friends Society of the Library of Congress (Board member since 2007, Board Vice President, 2010-2013, Chair of Finance Committee, 2013-present); the Global Executive Board of the Euro-American Women's Council (2007-2012); the National Council of Asian American Business Associations (East Coast president, 2009 – 2011); the Pacific Coast Immigration Museum (Board member, 2009-present); the National Association of Professional Asian American Women (Board member, 2012-present), the Harvard Business Review Advisory Council (2013-present); in 2011 she was chosen as Spokesperson for MACY'S Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, and she volunteered in the Presidential Correspondence Office at the White House for President Obama.

To learn more about Svetlana’s amazing success story, visit her website www.svetlanakim.com and her memoir, White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee. She will provide the keynote address to kick off our Dynamics of Leadership Conference this summer.

Registration

Early Bird Before 5/31/2017

General Registration After 5/31/2017

Conference Kickoff Reception (Fri, July 7, 7-9pm) | Keynote Speaker: Svetlana Kim, Author of White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee

$30.00


$40.00

Gala reception, dinner, and event (Sat., July 8, 6-9pm)

$100.00


$120.00

DAY PASS: Saturday Conference (Sat, July 8) | Access to 12 workshops/seminars, breakfast, lunch & Dinner Gala

$200.00


$290.00

DAY PASS: Sunday Conference
(Sat., July 9) | Access to 6 workshops/seminars & breakfast

$95.00


$120.00

ALL-INCLUSIVE PASS: Best Deal!** (Friday, July 7 - Sunday, July, 9) | Full Access to Reception, Conference and Gala Event

$250.00


$400.00

PROGRAM SCHEDULE | WORKSHOP TOPICS | SPEAKERS' BIO

Group Discount is Available, please This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information 

All conference registrations must be purchased online with a credit or debit card. Once you RSVP through This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , an email with a PayPal link for payment will be sent to the address that you provide when you RSVP. Your registration will be confirmed by an email sent to the same address after we receive your payment. Please ensure that your email address is correct when registering.

Attire: Business professional/Semi-formal.
All tickets are non-refundable. All payments must receive by 4 p.m. on July 1st, 2017 to guarantee your seat.

Attending our #‎DynamicsOfLeadership2017, but need a hotel?

We have you covered when you reserve a room with Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino.

Special pricing is available for our event, $69/night +tax for a Standard 2-bed room.

Reserve your room by June 16th 2017 to guarantee the special pricing.

We have locked in that special pricing at $69/night!! This link will be available until July 16th, 2017. Make sure to book your room today!!!

Use this direct link provided by Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino:

https://reservations.travelclick.com/75936?groupID=1763179

Or call 1-800-946-4452 and mention ACEL special pricing.

Click here to become a member today!

For more information about the conference, please email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or visit http://www.acelphoenix.org/blog/453-registration-is-now-open-2017-dynamics-of-leadership-regional-conference-

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