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40 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7- MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2014 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE Cape Qazette Jaime L. Rubini of Mays Landing, N.J. selected to manage programs Cape May-Lewes Ferry of- ficials announced Jaime L. Rubini of Mays Landing, N.J., as the ferry's new human resources supervisor. Rubini brings more than 10 years of human resources management experience. She began her official duties Sept. 22. As human resources supervisor, Ru- Jaime Rubini bini has the primary responsibility for planning, implementing and managing all HR programs and policies associated with the Cape May-Lewes Ferry operation. "I appreciate and welcome the opportunity to manage the hu- man resources responsibilities at the Cape May-Lewes Ferry," said Rubini. "The ferry is such a great attraction with a fantastic work- force. It's a great opportunity to use the myriad of skills and HR knowledge that I've gained throughout my career to make a positive impact here at the ferry." "Working in the private sector, Jaime has gained a tremendous amount of knowledge and ex- perience in human resource management, particularly in the hospitality industry where customer service is essential," said Charlotte Crowell, SPHR, chief human resources officer for the Delaware River and Bay Authority. "We are fortunate to have someone of her caliber and stature, and I know she will do an outstanding job at the ferry. She's a great addition to our team, and I look forward to working with her." Prior to joining the Cape May-Lewes Ferry, Rubini was the human resource manager for Angel Management Group, which connects Victorian Cape May, New Jersey, and historic Lewes, Delaware, transported approximately 275,000 vehicles and nearly 1 million passengers. For schedule, rates and other program information, go to cmlf. com, or call 800-643-3779. responsible for management, co- l ordination and evaluation of all : human resources functions for : Revel Casino. In Febru 2005, she was named the dii?eetor of human resources for the Golden Inn Hotel and Conference Cen- ter, a position she held for more than five years. In 2003, Rubini began her professional career with NIA Group as a benefits ad- ministrator and insurance sales representative. In 2002, Rubini earned a bach- elor of science degree in business management from The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. A member of the Society for Hu- man Resource Management and the Professional Service Group, she is currently pursuing certifi- cation as a strategic professional in human resources. About the Cape May-Lewes Ferry The Cape May-Lewes Ferry is owned and operated by the Dela- ware River and Bay Authority, a bi-state governmental agency created by compact in 1962. The ferry is open year-round and has carried more than 42 million pas- sengers since its inception July 1, 1964. In 2013, the ferry service, Invest in energy savings! Did you know that vinyl replacement windows can save you hundreds of energy dollars? Call us today to find out more! Atlantic Windoworks We the showroom to you/ 302-542-3852 Family owned since 1984 ~Find us on Facebook GUTTER CLEANING SEAMLESS GUTTERS Seamless Gutters 5", 6" GutterGard*" 6utter protection 25 Gutter Colors Free Estimates system, never clean No Deposits Required Satisfaction ~tmmwettw~ your gutters again. Guaranteed Gutter Cleaning & Repairs e ...................................................... Must be presented at time of estimate. Minimum of 100 laNUa Fn-r. NOT TO B COMBMID WIANY 0~!10mWL ............................................... Ex2ir2s_l_2J31/24 Ready, set, shop. at twitter.corn/CG f li ~ lllllIl ; III1:] il II ~il I i II1 ]1 III