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Nonprofit Community Job Opportunities

Armand Hammer United World College USA: Director of Marketing and Communications

Please visit for a complete description and application.

How to apply: Email Application, Cover Letter and Resume to

Deadline for applications: Open until filled (posted February 14, 2017).

Casa Familia: Internship

Casa Familia is part of the St. Elizabeth Shelters and Supportive Housing organization, and provides emergency shelter for single women and families. Casa Familia 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 $6/hour wage, housing (in a fully-furnished efficiency apartment located at one of our supportive housing programs includes living/kitchen space). Those who commit for one year will also receive health and dental insurance. Applicants must have a high school degree and 2 years of college or work experience and be willing to work hard at helping the homeless. Bilingual is a plus! 

How to Apply: Go to: Print "Intern Application", fill out all forms and e-mail it to 

Deadline for Applications: Until filled (posted Jan. 17, 2017).

Community Against Violence: FT CAC Advocate/ FT Prevention Program Coordinator

Are you a good listener? Do you like helping people? Community Against Violence (CAV) is seeking three positions, FT CAC Advocate, FT Prevention Program Coordinator. See for info or call 758-8082 for application & job description. Mail or drop off resume & app w/refs to 945 Salazar Road, Taos, NM 87571. CAV is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

How to apply: for info or call 758-8082 for application & job description. Mail or drop off resume & app w/refs to 945 Salazar Road, Taos, NM 87571.

Deadline for applications: Open unil filled (posted February 14, 2017).

Esperanza Shelter: Bi-lingual DV Advocate

The Domestic Violence Advocate position, at the direction of and in collaboration with the Residential Services Manager, has the responsibility of provision of direct services to survivors of domestic violence within the Esperanza Shelter ‘s residential programs. The incumbent works closely with the Residential Services Manager and other residential staff counselors to assist in the development of a safe and confidential atmosphere for all non-residential clients of Esperanza. This position reports directly to and is supervised by the Residential Services Manager. 

How to apply:

Deadline for applications: Open until filled (posted January 20, 2017).

Esperanza Shelter: Bi-Lingual Resident/Case Advocate

The Family /Case Advocate is responsible for providing advocacy, case management services and support to survivors of relationship violence, stalking, and sexual assault or abuse and their children. answers crisis calls, and house coverage during various shifts. Assess immediate crisis needs of clients and address appropriately. Manage incoming calls and walk-ins and complete necessary documentation. Support the daily operations of the shelter offices. The shelter is staffed 24/7 by awake advocates. Holidays, overnights, evenings, weekends, and weekday hours are required – must be flexible in scheduling.

How to apply:

Deadline for applications: Open until filled (posted January 20, 2017).

Ghost Ranch Education and Retreat Center: Front Desk Manager

Ghost Ranch Education and Retreat Center seeks a creative and energetic manager to join our team. The Front Office Manager is responsible for successfully supervising the Welcome Center and staff. The FOM ensures that employees provide exceptional service to our guests with an eye on identifying procedures and policies to enhance the guest experience. The FOM will effectively train, coach, council, motivate and empower staff to surpass expectations.

- Create and execute strategies to exceed guest satisfaction and drive revenue
- Cultivate, execute, and grow team
- Ensure staff are trained and have the tools necessary to succeed for the guests and themselves
- Ensure all guest inquiries resolved

How to apply: under employment opportunities.

Deadline for applications: Until filled (posted February 8, 2017).

Ghost Ranch Education and Retreat Center: Guest Service Agent

Duties include:
- Provide quality guest services to all visiting Ghost Ranch;
- Accountability and balance of front desk cash drawer;
- Reservations and payments for overnight stay guests and Ghost Ranch opportunities: Tours, Water Front, Bodyworks, Yoga, Horseback Riding, etc.;
- Communicate to guests the mission of Ghost Ranch, and use of facilities;
- Maintain control of room reservations for overnight stay guests;
- Maintain inventory of name tags, room and trail maps, and all brochures;
- Operate and maintain the postal and mail needs of Ghost Ranch;
- Maintain control and tracking of Ghost Ranch vehicle & AV storage keys;
- Work in conjunction with all departments to facilitate guest arrival;
- Other duties as assigned.

How to apply: Job is posted at under employment opportunites.

Deadline for applications: Until filled (posted February 8, 2017).

Ghost Ranch Education and Retreat Center: Education Program Coordinator

Please see Ghost Ranch website for full job description:, under employment opportunites

How to apply: Visit and look under employment opportunites.

Deadline for applications: Open until filled (posted February 14, 2017).

Ghost Ranch Education and Retreat Center: Program Assistant

Please see Ghost Ranch website for full job description:, under employment opportunites

How to apply: Visit and look under employment opportunites.

Deadline for applications: Open until filled (posted February 14, 2017).

Many Mothers: Program Coordinator

Many Mothers is currently looking for a part-time Program Coordinator who is fluent in Spanish. Please see complete job description on our website:

How to Apply: For questions or to submit resume and cover letter please email

Deadline for Applications: Position is open until filled (posted January 20, 2017).

Museum of New Mexico Foundation: Staff Accountant

The Finance Administrator provides accurate and timely data entry, accounts payable, professional service agreements, maintains records and provides acknowledgment letters for all development and membership gifts, matching gifts and grants, including pledges and payments.

How to apply: Submit cover letter and resume (MS Word or PDF) to Director of Finance Georgine Flores at

Deadline for applications: The position will be kept open until the right candidate is found (posted February 23, 2017).

National Dance Institute: Senior Director of Development

The Senior Director of Development is responsible to the Executive Director for overseeing the organization’s fundraising function including creation and implementation of the organization’s development plan; cultivation and solicitation of donors; oversight of staff, events, grants and record keeping; and management of pertinent development fiscal and financial goals. 

How to apply:

Deadline for applications: Open until filled (posted January 30, 2017).

The Nature Conservancy: NM Director of External Affairs

The NM Director of External Affairs will lead the development and implementation of strategies for energy, climate change, and urban programs to achieve the Conservancy’s goals through interactions with governments, agencies, and/or the corporate sector. The Director will identify conservation policy and funding opportunities, evaluate the potential for strategic partnerships, and develop and implement strategies to influence corporate practice, public policy and public funding. 

How to apply:, Posting ID:45150

Deadline for applications: March 2, 2017, 12:00 am (EST)

New Mexico Humanities Council: Executive Director

The New Mexico Humanities Council (NMHC), located in Albuquerque, New Mexico is seeking an Executive Director to oversee all aspects of institutional operations, communications, advocacy, advancement, and long-term strategic planning. The NMHC Board seeks applications and/or nominations for a dynamic, visionary, and accomplished leader. The ED will provide leadership, management and oversight for the NMHC headquarters and staff, advocate for strong and effective working relationships with the Board of Directors and oversee external relations including programming and development. 

How to Apply: For more detailed information and application specifics, please visit the NMHC website:

Deadline for Applications: March 17, 2017

New Mexico Immigrant Law Center: Multiple Positions

Staff Attorney or B.I.A. Representative with Full Accreditation
The Staff Attorney or B.I.A. Accredited Representative will provide immigration legal services to survivors of crimes, provide representation of clients in deportation proceedings, coordinate with pro bono attorneys, and work closely with community-based organizations. This position is based in Albuquerque, NM, but may require some travel statewide. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to

Finance/Operations Manager
The Finance/Operations Manager will, under the direction of the Executive Director and Contract Accountant, ensure that the financial, administrative, and human resources operations run smoothly and meet the needs, expectations, and deadlines of our staff and funders. This positions is based in Albuquerque, NM. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to with "Finance/Operations Manager" in the subject line.

Administrative Assistant
This part-time position is a great opportunity to gain experience working at a nonprofit organization. The Administrative Assistant is responsible for assessing potential clients' needs for legal assistance by using screening tools and providing referrals when appropriate. The Administrative Assistant also supports our staff in managing administrative tasks around the office. This position is based in Albuquerque and will be for 10-20 hours/week. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to with "Administrative Assistant" in the subject line.

Got Space in Santa Fe? 
Additionally, we have officially outgrown our space in Santa Fe! If you have any retail leads or know of in-kind opportunities for office space in Santa Fe that we may be able to take advantage of, please email our Executive Director, Jennifer Landau, at We are particularly interested in sharing a space with organizations that we would be able to collaborate with. 

Deadline for Applications: Open until filled (posted January 5, 2017).

New Mexico Recycling Coalition (NMRC): Technical Administrator (part-time)

The Technical Administrator provides part-time administrative assistance to NMRC to include bookkeeping and membership development and communication.  The position will also assist NMRC with administration, financial management, program development and management, grant management and reporting, training registrations, event planning, outreach and membership services.  Salary is hourly. The position will be expected to be based in the Santa Fe area and work from home under the direct supervision of the Executive Director. 

Required skills include, but are not limited to excellent computer skills and experience with financial management tools (Quickbooks experience preferred), spreadsheets, word processing and online programs, such as Wordpress, Mailchimp and Survey Monkey.  Excellent inter-personal skills, writing skills and attention to details also desired. Graphic design skills beneficial. Knowledge of recycling operations and education is preferred but not required.  A Bachelor's degree is preferred but can be replaced with related experience.
This is a part-time position starting with an average of 10 hours per week, but could grow to up to 25 hours depending on funding.  Rate is $22-25/hour depending on experience. Please click here for complete job description.

How to apply: To apply for the position, please send resumes and cover letter to Sarah Pierpont at with “Technical Administrator Job Application” in the subject line.  

Deadline for applications: Position open until filled (posted January 30, 2017). Interviews will take place starting February 17th.

New Vistas: Early Intervention Program Coordinator

The New Vistas Early Intervention Program Coordinator has full responsibility for planning, directing and administering the early intervention program, which serves families of children from birth to three at risk for or with developmental delays. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, program development, program fiscal management, quality assurance, compliance with standards and reporting requirements, public relations, community collaboration/coordination, staff training and technical assistance to programs, supervisory responsibility for early intervention program employees and oversight of independent contracts for specialized services. 

How to apply: Position description and instructions on how to apply are posted at under Employment Opportunities;

Deadline for applications: Position open until filled (posted February 21, 2017).

NonProfit Back Office Resources: Director of New Client Integration

Manager level CPA/MBA, with public accounting and non-profit accounting exp. for taking charge of designing MIP acct structure and converting existing client GL into our MIP cloud-based software. A key position for new client integration and building leadership sustainability into our organization.

How to apply: In confidence, send cover letter and resume to David Rivard, CEO at: More detailed position description available on request.

Deadline for applications: Open until filled. Seeking well qualified applicants only. (Posted February 14, 2017).

Performance Santa Fe: Accountant

The Accountant is responsible for updating the Executive Director on any financial matters of significance; coordinating with the Executive Director and Treasurer/Finance Committee Chair in preparation for Finance Committee meetings; assisting with annual budget planning and forecasting; day-to-day financial matters including accounts receivable and payable, recording financial transactions in QuickBooks, maintaining proper support documentation, and filing of all transactions in accordance with GAAP; and, support of the PSF Foundation Board’s financial activities and reporting.
Full job description:

How to Apply: Please email cover letter and resume to Executive Director Jonathan Winkle:

Deadline for Applications: Open until filled (posted January 5, 2017).

Santa Fe Botanical Garden: YCC Positions

The Santa Fe Botanical Garden is hiring three YCC members for a six month project with a May/June start date. YCC crew members will implement and oversee creating a Master Naturalist Curriculum, restore habitat, and create and maintain trails at the Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve and Botanical Garden at Museum Hill. The Santa Fe Botanical Garden celebrates, cultivates and conserves the rich botanical heritage and biodiversity of our region. In partnership with nature, we demonstrate our commitment through education, community service, presentation of the arts, and the sustainable management of our nature preserve and public garden.

How to Apply: Visit the Santa Fe Botanical Garden website to learn more and download a job description. Email or mail resume, cover letter, and three references to: Mollie Parsons,, SFBG, 725 Camino Lejo, Suite E, Santa Fe, NM 87505.

Deadline for Applications: March 15, 2017

Santa Fe Children's Museum: Floor Manager

The Floor Manager oversees the operation of the SFCM exhibit floor, reception desk, and provides support to the gift shop. Duties include, but are not limited to: Supervises Exhibit Facilitators and Reception Desk staff. Creates staffing schedules. Facilitates floor staff meetings. Supports the Museum's mission and educational philosophy. Ensures a fun and welcoming environment that is clean, safe, and well cared for. Facilitates hands-on, play-based experiences for visitors with programs and activities created by the programming staff. Engages with children and adults in a welcoming, courteous, and professional manner. 

Please visit for full job description. 

How to apply: Cover letter and resume can be emailed to

Deadline for applications: Open until filled (posted February 7, 2017).

Santa Fe Farmers' Market: Site Manager

The Santa Fe Farmers' Market is seeking a passionate, dependable individual to serve at Market Site Manager for our year-round and seasonal Railyard markets. 

If you feel your personality, interests and skills are well-suited to the job description, please submit a resume and cover letter. No phone calls, please.

How to apply: Click here for full job description. 

Deadline for applications: Open until filled (posted February 21, 2017).

School for Advanced Research: Paid Internships

Anne Ray Internship

The School for Advanced Research, Indian Arts Research Center (IARC) offers two nine-month internships (September 1–May 31) to individuals who are recent college graduates, current graduate students, or junior museum professionals interested in furthering their professional museum experience and enhancing their intellectual capacity for contributing to the expanding field and discourse of museum studies. The internships include a monthly salary, housing, book allowance, travel to one professional conference, and reimbursable travel to and from SAR. One internship is open to an indigenous individual from the U.S. or Canada, and one internship is open to any U.S. or Canadian citizen meeting the application requirements.

The interns will devote their time to working on IARC educational programming, research and writing activities, and collections management and registration. Other requirements include presenting a research paper at the SAR Colloquium Series; attending a professional conference; assisting with IARC seminars, symposia, and collection tours; and working on outreach initiatives to local Native communities. Interns will also participate in interviews, photo sessions, video recordings, and exit interviews to document their experience. During the internships, the Anne Ray Resident Scholar provides mentorship and academic support to the interns.

How to apply: For full details, visit

Deadline for applications: March 1, 2017

Solace Crisis Treatment Center: Bilingual Family Advocacy Specialist

Solace Crisis Treatment Center is hiring a full-time Bilingual Family Advocacy Specialist. This is a dual role position. The primary role of this position entails working with survivors of violent crimes by using trauma informed strategies to assist them in accessing services and navigating the criminal legal system. The secondary role involves interviewing child victims of sexual and physical abuse as a forensic interviewer. 

For the full posting, please visit our website, 

How to Apply: Interested candidates should email a letter of interest, resume, and three professional references to the Family Advocacy Department Manager, Josie Jaramillo, at

Deadline for Applications: Open until filled (updated Jan. 17, 2017).

United Way of Santa Fe County: Director of Communications, Full-time, Exempt

  • Manage all public relations activities of UWSFC.
  • Create, implement, and evaluate a communications strategy.
  • Develop relationships throughout UWSFC’s network to create and promote consistent messaging among a variety of audiences.
  • Build and sustain strong relationships with a variety of media outlets.
  • Create and distribute press releases and contact members of the media.
  • Manage UWSFC website and increase effectiveness of the site to engage audience segments.
  • Create content that is optimized for search engines.
  • Design and implement social media outreach and measure outcomes.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in journalism, communications, public relations or related field required.  Experience in communications, public relations and/or marketing required.

How to apply: For more detailed information and to apply, please visit our website:
*Applicants must submit cover letter, resume, and completed UWSFC application

Deadline for applications: Open until filled (posted February 16, 2017).

United Way of Santa Fe County: Human Resources and Payroll Coordinator

Responsible for providing human resources (HR) and record keeping support. Provide prompt, courteous service to all United Way staff. Must conform to UWSFC personnel and fiscal policies at all times. Also responsible for processing a bi-weekly payroll. Requires excellent written and verbal skills (a writing sample will be requested), adherence to all applicable labor laws, and the ability to anticipate and manage operational needs. Minimum two years experience in HR and QuickBooks payroll software.

How to apply: Go to

Deadline for applications: Open until filled (posted February 17, 2017).

Youth Shelters and Family Services: Executive Director

Please email Alissa Byrne for the full job description,

The Executive Director will ensure that Youth Shelters and Family Service’s fiscal, operations, fundraising, marketing, human resources, technology, and programmatic strategies are effectively implemented across all segments of the organization.

Daily operations include administration, financial management, fund development, program oversight and community relations. The Executive Director is responsible for fund and program development as well as maintaining the financial viability and integrity of the organization within the community. The Executive Director has a significant role in fundraising and grant writing.

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

Deadline for applications: Open until filled (posted February 23, 2017).

Your Contact for Nonprofit Community Job Opportunities

Annaliza Herrera
Administrative Services Associate

(505) 988-9715 x 7010

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