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Nonprofit Community Job Opportunities

In order to help job seekers better identify new job opportunities, we've changed our format. Instead of an alphabetical list, jobs will now be listed in the order they are received with the newest at the top. While many positions are "open until filled," please be sure to check the deadline for applications at the bottom of each listing.

Thornburg Foundation: Food & Ag Policy Officer
Posted May 24, 2017

Candidates must demonstrate:

  • Undergraduate degree in agriculture, economics, business administration, political science, public policy or related field; required
  • 5+ years of experience in fields related to the position; required
  • Superior leadership, strategic thinking, and planning skills; required
  • Experience in program planning with the ability to partner/advise and the ability to delegate; required
  • Excellent writing and oral communication skills; required
  • Experience in legislative advocacy; preferred
  • Demonstrated commitment to advancing healthy, accessible, local food and sustainable ranching practices: preferred
  • Experience working in agricultural communities in New Mexico; preferred

How to apply: Email for complete job description.

Deadline for applications: June 30, 2017

Esperanza Shelter: Executive Director
Posted May 24, 2017

The ED is responsible for all agency fiscal and program success and for effective management of all resources, including staff. The ED develops the agency strategic and financial plans; monitors progress and addresses and reports roadblocks to relevant constituents in a timely manner to ensure that problems do not interfere with operations and wise stewardship of funds. The ED is responsible for overall administration and leadership of the agency, including development, organization and implementation of domestic violence shelter, prevention and outreach programs.

How to apply:

Deadline for applications: June 5, 2017

Las Cumbres Community Services: Multiple Positions
Posted May 19, 2017

Professional Therapists Needed
Professional Therapists needed for Physical Therapy, Speech Language Pathology and Occupation Therapy for an Early Intervention program that provides services to children with special needs. Potential applicants must have proper New Mexico licensure. Must have experience with children with special needs, be willing to work with their families and potential applicant must have reliable transportation. Bilingual a plus. Contracted annually. Openings located in Rio Arriba and Santa Fe County.

Service Coordinator/Developmental Specialist
Seeking a full-time Family Service Coordinator/Developmental Specialist position for the LCCS Family, Infant, Toddler program. Duties: assist families to access and receive early intervention services; complete intakes; evaluations; determine eligibility; and provide early intervention services in families homes. BS or MS in early childhood education, social work, or related field required. Positions located in Rio Arriba and Santa Fe County. Must have reliable transportation. Bilingual a plus.

Billing Specialist
Full time opening to serve as the Santa Fe - Early Childhood FIT (Family Infant Toddler Program) Billing Specialist. Also provides administrative support to all Child and Family Services program areas and serves as receptionist back-up as necessary. HS Diploma or equivalent post-secondary education in related field. Experience in billing, Administrative Support and reception. Computer literate and detail oriented. 

How to apply: Please submit cover letter and resume to: LCCS-HR, Fax: (505) 747-0421, E-mail:

Deadline for applications: June 15, 2017

Historic Santa Fe: Development Associate
Posted May 19, 2017

The Development Assistant/Event Coordinator will support the Executive Director in identifying and cultivating major individual donor prospects, growing the annual giving program, managing and expanding the membership program, enhancing the Stewards Group events & membership, securing sponsorships for events, and developing corporate support. The position will also manage the donor database (Donor Perfect) and create printed newsletters, eZines, invitations, brochures and email communications, as well as maintain updates and content on the HSFF website designed on Squarespace. This is a full-time  position.

Graphic design abilities, development experience, events experience, general office & computer skills. Given the small staff, the development assistant needs to be willing to pitch in and help as needed, engage with the public in HSFF office/gallery and meet daily challenges with a friendly demeanor. Although not required, experience with planned giving, grants, prospect research, & public relations a plus.

How to apply: Send resume to

Deadline for applications: June 2, 2017

Keres Children's Learning Center: Director of Advancement
Posted May 19, 2017

An exempt position reporting to KCLC’s Administrator, the Director of Advancement will establish enduring revenue sources for KCLC and put in place strategies for KCLC’s long-term prosperity. As a part of the leadership team, the Director of Advancement will champion KCLC’ story and purpose to advance KCLC’s mission. May work from home.

KCLC seeks a Director of Advancement to establish reliable and long-term funding for KCLC, creating a diversified funding plan for the next 10 years that will sustain an annual budget of over $500,000; support KCLC in developing a training strand, the profits becoming a revenue stream; forge partnerships in the philanthropic and legislative communities, and in the private sector.

How to apply: Submit a letter of interest to or to Keres Children’s Learning Center, PO Box 113, Cochiti Pueblo, NM 87072.

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.

The Sky Center/New Mexico Suicide Intervention Project: Clinical Supervisor for Family Therapy Training Center
Posted May 15, 2017

New Mexico Suicide Intervention Project has an opening for a part-time, 10-12 hours per week Clinical Supervisor for The Sky Center’s Family Counseling Training Center. This position provides training supervision in family counseling for graduate intern students. Responsibilities include one way mirror observation of clinical work, co-counseling of families, supervisors meeting and individual supervision to assigned students. Must have supervisory experience and a minimum of five years’ experience as a trained family therapist with LPCC, LCSW or LMFT licensure in New Mexico. Experience in one way mirror observation a plus. This position runs from mid-August through mid-May. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.

How to apply:Please e-mail resume and cover letter to

Deadline for applications: June 15, 2017

Community Against Violence: NNMCAC Advocate
Posted May 15, 2017

Crisis intervention, services and advocacy for children, teens, and adults/seniors with developmental/cognitive disabilities who are alleged or suspected of being sexually or physically abused, neglected, or witnessed violent crimes.

How to apply: or

Deadline for applications: May 31, 2017

Santa Fe Botanical Garden: Membership and Marketing Coordinator
Posted May 15, 2017

Working closely with the Development Director, maintains the organization’s Altru member and donor database. This includes all data management and record keeping. Assures timely and accurate communication with Botanical Garden general and business members via e-mail, phone, and regular mail. Assists the Director of Public Affairs via coordinating various marketing and public relations duties including appeals, media relations, and social media. Coordinates special events rentals within the Garden including the creation and negotiation of contacts. Maintains appointment schedules for the President/CEO and Development Director.

How to apply: E-mail resume and writing sample to:

Deadline for applications: 5:00 p.m. MST on May 31, 2017

Western Landowners Alliance: Communications Director
Posted May 15, 2017

Western Landowners Alliance seeks a communications director for our rapidly growing West-wide non-profit organization. Desired qualifications include bachelor’s degree and at least five years of experience in communications and/or journalism, preferably including experience with land use, agriculture and natural resource management issues. For a full job description, please visit our website at

How to apply: To apply, please send cover letter, resume, a writing sample, and contact information for three professional references to

Deadline for applications: May 31, 2017

Santa Fe Symphony and Chorus: Development Assistant
Posted May 15, 2017

The Development Assistant will be an active participant in helping make strategic decisions for the organization.

The successful candidate will assist in forging new relationships to build the organization’s visibility, impact, and financial resources. S/he will assist in the implementing a comprehensive plan for developing key external alliances by supporting the cultivation of individual, corporate and philanthropic donors, institutions and foundations.The Development Assistant works under the supervision of the Executive Director, Development Director, and Development Chair to develop strategies and programs for maintaining and increasing the financial development of the organization. Knowledge of, and experience with CRM (e.g. Raiser’s Edge, Tessitura, etc.).

How to apply: Send resume.

Deadline for applications: May 28, 2017

Audubon New Mexico: Vice President and Executive Director
Posted May 8, 2017

Audubon seeks a dynamic Executive Director to build on Audubon New Mexico’s rich history and expand its contributions to conservation in New Mexico and the Central Flyway, leading the organization to its next level of programmatic and financial success. This is a high-profile, pivotal opportunity for a conservation professional to be an environmental entrepreneur in representing one of Audubon’s oldest state programs.

The Executive Director will be the chief executive officer for Audubon New Mexico and will exercise broad leadership and management responsibility in developing statewide conservation policy, initiatives, and public programming. Additionally, the Executive Director will oversee the Randall Davey Audubon Center & Sanctuary, a community nature center in Santa Fe that welcomes thousands of schoolchildren and visitors annually, and will supervise the staff responsible for planning, operating, and managing the day-to-day operations, as well as the implementation of the long-term natural, cultural, and historic reserves, habitat, and public outreach goals at the center.

With an annual budget just under $1 million and a staff of ten, Audubon New Mexico works with a network of four affiliated local Audubon Chapters, the New Mexico Audubon Council, and over 6,500 grassroots members, plus various conservation organizations, government agencies, and other public and private entities to protect birds and their habitats.  The successful candidate will have the passion and leadership skills necessary to articulate, develop, and implement Audubon’s conservation goals and strategies in the state, while working closely with the Audubon New Mexico Board of Directors and staff, and the Vice President of the Central Flyway to continue to develop the state program in tandem with strategic regional and national priorities.  The Executive Director will hold the title of Vice President within the national organization and will report directly to the Vice President of the Central Flyway.

How to apply: For more information and to apply, click here:

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.

Las Cumbres Community Services: Bilingual Therapist
Posted April 28, 2017

Santa Fe Community Infant Program seeks full time bilingual (English/Spanish) Therapist with clinical, infant mental health training or experience working with children ages birth to 6 and their families. Masters in Counseling or Social Work and proper licensure for State of NM required. Bilingual a must. Infant Mental Health Endorsement/ Independently Licensed preferred. Dependable transportation for home visitation.

How to apply: Send resume to LCCS, HR Dept., 102 North Coronado Ave., Española, NM 87532. Fax (505) 747-0421 or email:

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.

New Mexico Highlands University: Annual Giving Officer
Posted April 28, 2017

The position is responsible for planning and implementing a comprehensive annual giving program at New Mexico Highlands University.


• EDUCATION: Associates Degree in any field.
• EXPERIENCE: Two years’ in relevant fund-raising or sales experience.
• Fund-raising or sales experience in a non-profit environment
• One year annual giving experience at a similar non-profit
• Experience using Raiser’s Edge software, Microsoft Office, including Access, and data analysis using these tools


• Must be willing to work overtime, weekends and evenings as required.

How to apply: Submit to - letter of interest, resume, unofficial copies of transcripts, names/address/phone numbers of 3 professional references

Deadline for applications: Open until filled

Drug Policy Alliance: Administrative Associate
Posted April 28, 2017

The position will provide general office management/administrative support to the NM DPA office. The position is part-time at 20 hours per week. 

How to apply: Send a cover letter, résumé, and salary requirements to We will only contact candidates who are under consideration.

Deadline for applications: Until position is filled.

La Familia Medical Center: Multiple Positions
Posted April 28, 2017

Human Resources Coordinator (Half Time)
Under the general direction of the Human Resources Director, the Human Resources Coordinator is responsible for providing advanced and complex general Human Resource duties in all areas of Human Resources planning, directing and coordinating employee recruitment, benefits, retention and development consistent with effective HR practice, legal compliance with federal, state and local laws and regulations.

Clinical Nursing Supervisor
The Clinical Nursing Supervisor is under the general direction of the Director of Nursing and assists in supervising clinical duties within the nursing area. The Clinical Nursing Supervisor manages clinical nursing operations and communication between the nursing and laboratory staff.

This position requires that the incumbent be a graduate of an accredited nursing school with a bachelor’s or associate’s degree in nursing, and a minimum of three (3) years of supervisory nursing experience (charge nurse experience is acceptable). Experience in a community health center, and working within a managed care environment are preferred.

Pharmacist (Part Time)
Work in small clinic pharmacy to dispense medications prescribed by physicians and other health practitioners and provide information to patients about medications and their use. 

Dental Hygienist
Provide preventive dental services and oral health education to patients. Prefer bilingual Spanish-English.

How to apply: Please go to our website at

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.

St. Elizabeth Shelter and Supportive Housing
Posted April 25, 2017

St. Elizabeth Shelters and Supportive Housing organization provides emergency shelter for single women, men, and families. St. E’s is offering an internship opportunity that will bring a mutually satisfying experience for both the intern and the residents. Positions are available full-time from 6-12 months with flexible start dates. Benefits include a stipend, housing (in a fully-furnished apartment located at one of our supportive housing programs includes living/kitchen space), and health insurance. The intern will be responsible for assisting homeless guests, organizing meals, processing donations, providing case management, and maintaining the facility. Spanish language ability and prior work in the social services field is a plus.

How to apply: Please go to and download the “Intern Application”. Complete all parts of this form. 

Deadline for applications: July 2017

Con Alma Health Foundation: Administrative Assistant
Posted April 25, 2017

We’re seeking a full-time Administrative Assistant (AA) to join our team in Santa Fe. The AA will work closely with staff supporting initiatives and daily operations. Competitive salary and benefits and opportunities for professional development.

Responsibilities include:

- Support to Executive Director: Provide daily administrative support and supports and assist with special projects/ initiatives
- Operations/Finance Support: Accounts payable and assist with accounts receivable; maintain vendor/billing files
- Office Management: Staff front desk, greet visitors, set up meetings; purchase and inventory office supplies; and handle incoming and outgoing mail.

Please visit for full job description. 

How to apply: Email cover letter and resume to

Deadline for applications: Until Filled.

CineFesta Italia: Film Festival Marketing Intern
Posted April 18, 2017

Unique opportunity to help develop and implement a marketing plan for a fledgling festival. CineFesta Italia is a non-profit film festival that benefits Santa Fe’s neediest children, while delighting moviegoers with contemporary and emerging Italian cinema. This position offers the chance to help us define our brand & find the best means of spreading the word about a great little festival. With luck and some good marketing, it won’t be little for long.

This intern will assist in developing and implementing marketing and advertising campaign; develop database of print and radio advertising contacts, deadlines and pricing; draft copy for ads; etc. For a full job description and list of qualifications, go to

All staff are unpaid.

How to apply: Send resumé to

Deadline for applications: Starts immediately. Position is open untill filled.

CineFesta Italia: Film Festival Events Intern
Posted April 18, 2017

Unique opportunity to help plan and coordinate events for a fledgling festival. CineFesta Italia is a non-profit film festival that benefits Santa Fe’s neediest children, while delighting moviegoers with contemporary and emerging Italian cinema. This position offers the chance to be involved in the nuts and bolts of orchestrating a great little festival. With successful events and happy customers, it won’t be little for long.

This intern will assist in planning and coordinating film screenings, dinners, parties and such other events; interface with Programmer to coordinate film “traffic”; coordinate / interface with volunteers; etc. For a full job description and list of qualifications, go to

All staff are unpaid.

How to apply: Send resumé to

Deadline for applications: Starts immediately. Position is open untill filled.

Audubon New Mexico: Conservation Program Manager
Posted April 18, 2017

The Grassland Conservation Program Manager (Program Manager) leads Audubon’s work to enhance grassland bird habitat on working lands through development and application of regional bird-friendly management practices and ranch specific habitat management plans, monitoring of bird populations and natural resources, testing and development of market-based solutions and incentive programs, and outreach and education on Farm Bill legislation and Farm Bill conservation programs. This position will work closely with federal and state natural resource and wildlife agencies, civic organizations such as livestock and agricultural alliances and conservation partners, and individual ranchers to meet these goals. The initial geographic focus of the grassland conservation programming is the Southern Shortgrass Prairie and shin oak community in eastern New Mexico with programmatic expansion in the Southern Rockies Colorado Plateau short-grass prairies and Chihuahuan Desert grasslands as time and resources permit.  The ideal candidate for this position will have range management and/or private lands wildlife conservation experience, proven ability to work with a variety of partners, ability to manage complex projects, skills to communicate and work with private landowners, and a passion for science-based conservation and working lands conservation.

How to apply: For more information and to apply, click here:

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.

Audubon New Mexico: Development and Administrative Assistant
Posted April 18, 2017

Reporting to the Deputy Director, the Development & Administrative Assistant for Audubon New Mexico, located at the Randall Davey Audubon Center & Sanctuary, will be responsible for providing development, financial and administrative support to advance our education and conservation programs, both locally and statewide. Specifically, this person will support Audubon New Mexico’s fundraising and development program, including processing contributions and donor thank you letters, maintaining the donor database and conducting prospect research. Financial and administrative tasks will include processing invoices, maintaining accurate files and calendars, bank deposits, and assisting in the management of facility rentals and visitor center priorities. (S)he will be a vital member of the Audubon New Mexico team.

How to apply: For more information and to apply, click here:

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.

Performance Santa Fe: Development Director
Posted April 12, 2017

The Development Director, in collaboration with the Executive Director, leads Performance Santa Fe’s development functions in raising over $1 million annually to support our presented performing artist programs and education programs. Performance Santa Fe, a non-profit presenting arts organization located in Santa Fe, New Mexico presents nationally and internationally-renowned musicians, dance companies, and theater productions in a variety of performance venues such as the Lensic Performing Arts Center, Saint Francis Auditorium, Scottish Rite Masonic Center, and the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi.

This is the principal staff position responsible for creating and implementing a fundraising plan to sustain current donor relationships and improve donor retentention.

How to apply: Address and email cover letter and resume to Jonathan Winkle, Executive Director:

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.

Española Valley Humane Society: Deputy Director
Posted April 7, 2017

Must love dogs. And cats. And ferrets. And rabbits. And the occasional snake. And the people that care for them.

Española Valley Humane Society seeks a full-time Deputy Director to join our team. The Deputy Director keeps the organization on track when the Executive Director isn’t there, supports all aspects of fund development and operations, and assists in long-range planning and budget oversight. We need a jack of all trades who can do it all and make it all happen.
The Deputy Director assists the Executive Director with three critical roles:
1.Serves as an external representative of the organization with the community, media, funding entities, donors and other partners; 
2.Supports the financial sustainability and strategic objectives of the organization through the efficient administration of all operations; 
3.Works in partnership with the Executive Director and Giving Committee of the Board of Directors to support and enhance fundraising, donor relationship development, grant writing, and planned giving.

The ideal candidate will care deeply for the values, mission and vision of the organization; and commit to building long-term relationships to support the companion animals of the Española Valley and the employees and volunteers who care for them. For qualifications and complete job description, go to at

Starting salary: $75,000 annually plus benefits.

How to apply: Please email cover letter and resume to

Deadline for applications: May 31, 2017.

Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region: Program Specialist
Posted March, 30, 2017

Big Brothers Big Sisters is looking for a community focused energetic team player to join our program team. Program tasks include customer service, interviewing, conducting background checks, providing match support, conducting research surveys, case management, training, community outreach, and recruitment. Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree, strong Spanish speaking skills. Experience working with youth and families in northern New Mexico, customer service, database and Microsoft Suite. Some irregular hours and travel necessary.

How to apply: Please email resume to Veronica DeLeon-Dowd at

Deadline for applications: Until filled.

Your Contact for Nonprofit Community Job Opportunities

Annaliza Herrera
Administrative Services Associate

(505) 988-9715 x 7010

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