Visit Anaheim Careers

Thank you for your interest in joining the Visit Anaheim team.

Visit Anaheim is home to a team of innovative professionals who understand the value of providing a unique and personal experience in one of the most visited travel destinations in the world.

Our team shares the mission to develop, market, and promote the city of Anaheim ― to benefit the overall, economic vitality of our neighborhoods, along with our vision to inspire and delight the imagination of every visitor. As industry leaders, everything we do is energized by our passion for our destination.

Email us at [email protected] for more information.

 


Current Openings

  • JOB TITLE:  Payroll/Accounts Payable Manager
    REPORTS TO:  Director, Finance
    DEPARTMENT:  Operations
    CLASSIFICATION:  Non-Exempt
    DATE:  September 2021


    General Summary

    MISSION: TO DEVELOP, MARKET AND SELL ANAHEIM TO BENEFIT THE ECONOMIC VITALITY OF OUR NEIGHBORHOODS.

    The Payroll/Accounts Payable Manager is responsible for processing the day-to-day payroll and accounts payable functions.

    Primary Duties and Responsibilities 

    Responsibilities will include but will not be limited to:

    Essential Functions:

    Payroll

    1. Managing day-to-day payroll processing for employees.
    2. Process new employees into payroll system.
    3. Be available to assist employees with general payroll questions.
    4. Handle all aspects of payroll processing for 35+ team members, to include separations, manual checks, garnishments, benefits deductions, and child support.
    5. Enter new benefits deductions into Paycom.
    6. Performs payroll audits to ensure withholding, pay and general compliance.
    7. Upload appropriate documents into payroll system.
    8. Communicate important information effectively with HR, managers, and employees.
    9. Upload 401(k) deferrals into Newport Groups website.


    Accounts Payable

    1. Receive all Visit Anaheim invoices (paper & email). Prepare invoices for approval from Vice President of Operations including marking-up of bills, reconcile against purchase orders, and follow data retention protocol for files each month. Enter all POs into SAGE and run Aging report.
    2. Responsible for obtaining signatures on checks.
    3. Prepare and balance Cash Disbursement Journal to reconcile City Invoice Register on a bi-monthly basis.
    4. Maintain accurate vendor files, keeping track of vendor name changes and current W9.
    5. Take phone calls and answer any questions from departments or vendors regarding invoice payments.
    6. Make calls to vendors to clarify any questionable invoice items, prices, or receiving signatures; call department for proper information and/or data regarding invoice payment.
    7. Prepare 1099’s for year-end in coordination with CPA.
    8. Download backup for expense reports (VISA & OOP) from Concur.
    9. Assist CPA with all Accounts Payable questions during Quarterly and Yearly Audit.

    10. Assist with implementation of online time clock for non-exempt staff along with tracking of sick and vacation time for all staff.
    11. Collections of outstanding invoices due to Visit Anaheim.

    Non-Essential Functions

    1. Back up for Accounting/Finance Director.
    2. Assist Vice President of Operations with special projects.
    3. Various unrelated duties.​

    Specifications

    A.  Education

    Required:  High school diploma or GED
    Preferred: Some college (business courses)

    B.  Experience

    Required:  Minimum of 3 years clerical experience
    Preferred: 3-5 years clerical experience

    C. Abilities

    Required:  Excellent proofreading and editing, organizational, and communication skills, accurate/proficient typing skills, and the ability to perform multiple tasks.
    Preferred: Computer knowledge of Macintosh systems and PC systems, software knowledge Ring Central, Simpleview, Excel, Microsoft Word, E-Mail, SAGE and Paycom.

     

    The physical demands are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while perform essential functions of this job. The work environment is a professional business office.

    A consistent and reliable presence at work is necessary.

     


    Please submit resumes to Debbie Taylor at [email protected]
    Subject line to read: Payroll/Accounts Payable Manager

  • JOB TITLE:  Manager, Meeting Sales ― Eastern Region
    REPORTS TO:  Vice President, Meeting & Partnership Sales
    DEPARTMENT:  Convention Sales
    CLASSIFICATION:  Exempt
    DATE:  September 2021


    General Summary

    MISSION: TO DEVELOP, MARKET AND SELL ANAHEIM TO BENEFIT THE ECONOMIC VITALITY OF OUR NEIGHBORHOODS.

    The Meetings Manager’s primary objective includes selling, promoting and securing meetings opportunities for Anaheim/Orange County and increasing Anaheim's market share of meetings, conventions and events business generating occupancy and tourism tax revenues for the city of Anaheim and Garden Grove.

    Responsibilities also include understanding the strategic needs of customers, offering business solutions and securing business opportunities for Visit Anaheim partners and a detailed knowledge of destination and Partners.

    To work in cooperation with Partners and Visit Anaheim staff to solicit, qualify and secure meetings/events and enhance the brand of Anaheim/Orange County.

    Primary Duties and Responsibilities 

    Under the direction of the Vice President, Meeting & Partnership Sales, responsibilities will include but will not be limited to:

    Essential Functions:

    1. Responsible for developing sales plans to create awareness of destination and aggressively pursue all meeting opportunities and exceed goals based on assigned accounts and territories.
    2. Responsibilities include: selling to specific accounts/territories, create and deliver sales presentations/proposals, site visits, generate qualified leads and securing definite bookings.
    3. Strive to understand the strategic needs/objective of each customer to offer strategic business solutions and quantify the value of the business to Visit Anaheim.
    4. Nurture relationships with current clients and secure new accounts that have not utilized Anaheim/Orange County. This scope covers all sizes of meetings as assigned, as to meet the needs of all members of Visit Anaheim, inclusive of member partners.

    5. Responsible for maintenance and coordination of existing files/accounts and ensuring all accounts, customer information and sales activities are entered in to Visit Anaheim Sales Database. Responsible for data entry of all pertinent information of the account status by logging activity reports and trace dates to continuously update progress and contact with each account. Create new accounts as a result of qualifying and solicitation of businesses throughout targeted region/account base.
    6. Create new accounts as a result of qualifying and solicitation of businesses throughout targeted region/account base.
    7. Must be able to travel, when necessary, to any US destination for business development purposes. Coordinate and execute tradeshows and client events as assigned.
    8. Coordinate sales trips and events with Convention Sales Director(s) in same region to maximize customer penetration and budget/time investments.
    9. Maintain visibility in the marketplace through membership and participation chapter meetings of industry associations (MPI, PCMA, IAEE, ASAE, ESPA, etc.), as appropriate and approved. Increase business opportunities by enhancing knowledge and relationships in the meetings/events industry.
    10. Responsible for producing monthly reports, participation in conference calls, review of leads and bookings as assigned by supervisor. Management of assigned budgets and submission of expense reports accurately and timely. 

    11. Performs other duties as assigned.​

    Specifications

    1. Education
      Required:  2 year associates degree.
      Preferred:  4 year college degree or equivalent.
    2. Experience
      Required:  2 years hospitality/convention bureau/sales experience.
      Preferred:  2+ sales experience in hotels, convention visitors bureau and/or hospitality related industry.

     

    Must live within 25 miles of the Washington DC area.

    The physical demands are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    Must be able to travel. Work week will regularly exceed 37 ½ hours and not be limited to traditional work days Monday–Friday. Occasional evenings and weekends are required.

    The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while perform essential functions of this job.

    A consistent and reliable presence at work is necessary.

     


    Please send resumes to Debbie Taylor at [email protected]
    Subject line to read: Manager, Meeting Sales Eastern Region