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Job postings are listed in the order they are received with the most recent at the top. Job opportunity postings are welcome from nonprofits located in our funding region (Mora, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, and Santa Fe counties). While many positions are "open until filled," please be sure to check the deadline for applications. Job postings will remain online for two months from posting. After two months, if job is still available, please resubmit job for inclusion for an additional two months.

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Office Coordinator
Santa Fe Community Foundation
Posted October 26, 2021

Responsible for managing seamless and supportive operations for Santa Fe Community Foundation office, including providing hospitality and excellent customer service to visitors and staff; creating a warm, welcoming, and efficient work environment; and providing knowledgeable information and guidance about the Foundation’s work in response to a wide range of inquiries. Position assists with management of vendors, public use of space, and maintenance of technology infrastructure. View full job description.

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Senior Manager, People & Culture
Santa Fe Community Foundation
Posted September 15, 2021

Santa Fe Community Foundation (SFCF) is inviting applications and nominations for a Senior Manager, People and Culture. This role is critical to shaping and implementing the Foundation’s strategy pertaining to organizational culture and staff development that advances the Foundation’s overarching strategic goals. Reporting to the President & CEO and collaborating closely with the Senior Vice President for Finance & Operations, this role will be responsible for the planning, development and execution of all internal human resource, people development, and organizational culture for the Foundation – aligning impactful culture change content foundation goals, coordinating strategic and responsive people development practices with colleagues and functions across the Foundation, and overseeing human resource systems to support the Foundation’s needs. View full job description.

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Community & Social Justice Coordinator
Temple Beth Shalom (TBS)
Posted December 1, 2021

The primary purpose of the Temple Beth Shalom (TBS) Community & Social Justice Coordinator position is to deepen the Temple Beth Shalom (TBS) and Santa Fe Jewish Community’s commitment to the Jewish principle and practice of healing the world (Tikkun Olam) by implementing, supporting, and developing TBS’s social action agenda, increasing opportunities for volunteers to work at TBS and/or with direct health and social service providers in Santa Fe, and strengthening the social action and volunteer culture of TBS.

Please visit our INDEED link for more information.


Special Assistant to the Director
The Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe
Posted December 1, 2021

The Special Assistant at CCA Santa Fe works directly with the Executive Director in management of schedule and communications. Applicants should possess excellent communication skills and be extremely organized. Experience working with boards of directors, donors, and granting organizations is a plus. Applicants should submit their resume and cover letter to the email listed. CCA is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.


Program Manager - NM Genders and Sexualities Alliance (GSA) Network Program
The Mountain Center
Posted December 1, 2021

The New Mexico Genders and Sexualities Alliance Network (NMGSAN) is an intergenerationally-led, youth-driven program for LGBTQ2s+ and allied individuals ages 13 to 24. NMGSAN creates more secure, inclusive, and welcoming environments for youth while also building resiliency, self-efficacy, and positive self-identity and mental health. We offer peer training, peer support, and leadership development among young students and activists, with leadership from our Youth Council. NMGSAN does its work through an anti-oppression, intersectional lens. NMGSAN also works closely with The Mountain Center’s Adventure OUT! program, the National GSA Network, and many other local and state community organizations serving the LGBTQ2s+ community.

The position provides 40 hours of work per week/weekends; salary range is $47,000-$50,000 annually dependent on experience and qualifications. Paid Time Off and health insurance benefits are offered immediately, and retirement benefits are offered after one year of employment. The Mountain Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Our works centers around LGBTQ2s+ individuals, people of color, individuals in recovery, people with various diagnoses and abilities, and other oppressed communities. Therefore, we strongly encourage people with these identities and from these and other systemically oppressed communities to apply. To apply for the position, please complete an application form found here.

Please provide a cover letter and resumé to The Mountain Center by emailing jobs@themountaincenter.org. No phone calls, please. Position open until filled.


College, Career and Community Pathways Program Associate
Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation
Posted December 1, 2021

Are you interested in helping Northern New Mexico students and adult learners have equitable access to opportunities to pursue their interests, build their skills, contribute positively to their communities and thrive? If you are, the Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation is seeking a College, Career and Community Pathways (C3P) Program Associate to provide administrative and project management support for our C3P Program. This is a flexible, part-time position with benefits that offers great growth potential as a member of a wonderful team. It will involve: assisting with planning, managing and overseeing C3P projects, partnerships and initiatives; scheduling and calendar maintenance; drafting and finalizing correspondence, presentations and documents; planning and coordinating meetings and events; supporting budgets and funding applications and increasing knowledge through professional development. Candidates must possess excellent communication skills, organizational skills, strong computer literacy, and a personal philosophy and values consistent with the mission and vision of the LANL Foundation. Email letter of interest and résumé by Monday, December 8, 2021 to jobs@lanlfoundation.org including “College, Career and Community Pathways Program Associate” in the subject line. Start date: January 10, 2022.


College and Career Program Coordinator
College and Career Plaza
Posted December 1, 2021

The College and Career Program Coordinator is responsible for delivering College and Career Plaza (CCP) program services at Santa Fe High School (SFHS) and the Early College Opportunities School. Reports to Executive Director. Compensation: $26-$30/hour DOE + health, dental, vision. Academic Schedule. Summers off. Required Skills and Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college.
  • 2-3 years of experience with youth program facilitation.
  • Self driven. Ability to achieve goals independently.
  • Proactive communication and professionalism.
  • Available during some evenings and weekends in support of CCP events.
  • Flexibility as the organization grows.

Please submit letter of interest, resume, and three references to careers@collegecareerplaza.org

 


Spanish Interpreter
The Sky Center/ NMSIP
Posted December 1, 2021

Seeking a Spanish Interpreter for a part-time position, 4 hours per week on Fridays 2pm-6pm beginning in January 2022, ending in May 2022 at The Sky Center. This position involves one afternoon of interpretation/translation during family counseling sessions. As a bilingual interpreter, you will use your working languages and interpersonal skills to provide accurate meaning-for-meaning interpretation between our English-speaking therapists and their limited-English-speaking clients. Bilingual English/Spanish proficiency required. Please email resume and cover letter to Office Manager at theskycenter@nmsip.org


Program Director
Gerard's House
Posted November 23, 2021

The position of the Program Director at Gerard's House requires an understanding of the grief process and experience working with children who have experienced loss. A minimum of 2 years of experience in the supervision/management of a non-profit volunteer program is preferred. Experience in initiating and setting goals for programs according to the strategic objectives of the organization. Completion of Gerard's House Facilitator Training program is required, and an LMHC, LPCC or LISW is preferred. People who work at Gerard’s House often say they, appreciate the supportive and caring work environment, healing of their own grief, personal and professional growth including improvement in all their relationships. Send cover letter and resume to Nicole Gonzales, nicole@gerardshouse.com


Education and Outreach Director
Quivira Coalition
Posted November 23, 2021

This position will oversee two programs at the organization: Education and Outreach and the New Mexico Coalition to Enhance Working Lands. These programs are two sides of the same coin, with one focused on developing a community of practice among farmers and ranchers and the other focused on developing a community of practice among organizations and agencies that support agriculture and land stewardship. Learn more and apply here. Position open until filled.


Executive Director 
Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Area
Posted November 23, 2021

Experienced, visionary Executive Director sought for the Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Area to expand programs and engage the diverse communities within Taos, Rio Arriba and Santa Fe counties. Salary DOE. See complete job description and submit application at riograndenha.org by Dec. 13, 2021. NRGNHA was established by Congress in 2006 to preserve and promote the cultural, historical, and recreational resources of the tri-county area. Inquiries and questions should be directed to search director Staci Matlock at sjmatlock@gmail.com.


Advancement Associate
Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA)
Posted November 23, 2021

Join a new team of professionals dedicated to advancing the mission of IAIA to empower creativity and leadership in Native arts and cultures through higher education, lifelong learning, and outreach. Located on a beautiful and vibrant campus on the edge of Santa Fe, the Foundation raises money to support student success, fund scholarships, enhance academic programs, strengthen the college, and support the Museum of Contemporary Arts. Please apply via our website.


Director of Development
Assistance Dogs of the West
Posted November 23, 2021

Assistance Dogs of the West seeks a seasoned fundraising professional with a proven track record of success. The Director of Development will serve as a member of the Leadership Team for ADW, overseeing all fundraising functions. The Director of Development will be responsible for raising major donor revenue and for establishing and maintaining long-term, productive relationships with donors, business and corporate entities, philanthropic institutions and government funding agencies. The candidate must have a solid knowledge of planned giving, legacy opportunities and bequests.

The Director of Development will design, lead and implement a sustainable development strategy encompassing multiple channels to increase philanthropic revenue from a diverse portfolio of local and national supporters. Responsibilities include developing robust and diverse funding strategies; engaging emerging research, community opportunities, and potential innovations; expanding ADW’s influence within the local and national community; attending all meetings of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors. Please email a cover letter and resume to info@assistancedogsofthewest.org


Scholarship Program Associate
LANL Foundation
Posted November 23, 2021

The Scholarship Program Associate at the LANL Foundation is a part-time, non-exempt position that will provide administrative support for the Scholarship Program. Candidates must possess excellent communication skills, organizational skills, strong computer literacy, and a personal philosophy and values consistent with the mission and vision of the LANL Foundation. The Ideal candidate will have BA/BS degree with a minimum of 1–3 years’ administrative assistance experience in a fast-paced organization. Proficiency in Microsoft Office and advanced Excel skills required. Experience with database management; Salesforce and QuickBooks experience preferred. Compensation is $20/hour, 20 hours/week. Email letter of interest and résumé by Monday, December 6, 2021 to jobs@lanlfoundation.org including “Scholarship Program Associate” in the subject line. Start date: January 10, 2022.


Temporary Part-Time Digital Archivist 
Santa Fe Institute’s Office of Applied Complexity
Posted November 23, 2021

The Santa Fe Institute’s Office of Applied Complexity is hiring a temporary, part-time, digital archivist to help make our treasure trove of videos from our past conferences and seminars more accessible. The Santa Fe Institute (SFI) is a non-profit research institute dedicated to the development of complex systems science. SFI’s Office of Applied Complexity creates opportunities for governments, corporations, and individual donors to engage with SFI science and scientists. Although the hours will be quite flexible, this is an in-person position, located on SFI’s Miller Campus – a beautiful 36-acre campus on the edge of Santa Fe with miles of private hiking trails.

This position will require an average of 20 hours per week of work, for approximately six months, but there will be a fair amount of flexibility. To apply, please send a resume and a brief email describing your interest in this project to employ@santafe.edu Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.


Part-time Admin / Social Media Assistant
Acequia & Aquifer Water Watchers
Posted November 23, 2021

Acequia & Aquifer Water Watchers is looking for a creative, socially-minded assistant. Someone skilled in all aspects of computer office and graphics work and social media writing/posting with the ability to work remotely and in person in Santa Fe, NM. This is a part-time assistant job for someone who has flexible hours to assist a small non-profit. $15/hr Open until filled. Website work a plus. Please send a cover letter and resume to irenewebbdevelopment@gmail.com.


URG Program Manager
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (RMYC)
Posted November 23, 2021

Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (RMYC), located in New Mexico, is a nonprofit youth development organization serving New Mexico’s youth and young adults. We are a stepping stone to new opportunities and we inspire Corpsmembers to make a positive difference in themselves and their communities. Through training and service, Corpsmembers discover the potential for leading healthy, productive lives.

RMYC is looking for an experienced Conservation Program Manager for our Taos location. The position includes organizational leadership and program management in accordance with RMYC’s guidelines and the philosophy of positive youth development. Familiarity with AmeriCorps programs, youth development, non-profit management and project management are essential for success in this position.

The URG Program Manager is responsible for direct oversight of program personnel, community collaboration, project acquisition, partner satisfaction, and program reporting. Additionally, the Program Manager is responsible for participating in program design and evaluation, and ensuring smooth implementation of all programming.


Executive Director 
Groundworks New Mexico
Posted November 15, 2021

The Executive Director at Groundworks New Mexico oversees all facets of the organization’s operations and mission fulfillment; works closely with the staff and board to set the organization’s long term vision and develop strategies, programming, and initiatives to meet goals; serves as a high profile spokesperson for the organization and for the sector; tracks opportunities to advance the field in our state, and serves as an advocate for the interests of the sector. Salary range: $100,000 - $120,000 based on experience, plus benefits. To apply: Submit resume and one-page cover letter, with three professional references to cathy@groundworksnm.org.


Managing Director 
ARTsmart NM
Posted November 15, 2021

ARTsmart is a nonprofit organization that ensures access to quality arts education by connecting students with local and diverse visiting artists in K-12 classrooms in Santa Fe and rural schools in Rio Arriba County. ARTsmart NM is seeking a full-time Managing Director to oversee the organization's funding, operational, financial, and administrative functions. Strong writing skills, attention to detail, and familiarity with local public schools and Santa Fe’s diverse arts communities. Experience in financial/fiscal management, fundraising, events planning, grants management, marketing, community relations, and nonprofit board management.

An annual salary of $48,000-60,000. Benefits include 120 hours of PTO and a monthly health insurance stipend. To apply, email your resume and cover letter to info@artsmartnm.org with “Managing Director” in the subject line by 12/3/21.


Alumni and Constituents Relations Manager
Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA)
Posted November 10, 2021

Under the direction of the Director of Institutional Advancement at Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA), the incumbent is charged with the development and implementation of plans, strategies, and/or proposals to coordinate and manage cultivation, recognition, and stewardship efforts designed to increase the active engagement of alumni, donors, and constituents of IAIA. Incumbent will contribute to the building and strengthening of relationships with alumni, supporters, other constituents, and donor prospects. As expected of all employees, this position requires the incumbent to perform his/her job responsibilities in a manner consistent with the overall mission and core values of IAIA. Please apply via the IAIA website.


Education Programs Coordinator
Santa Fe Institute
Posted November 10, 2021

Are you excited about transformative scientific training? Do you want to support the next generation of complexity scientists? We invite you to join our highly collaborative Education team at the Santa Fe Institute as the Education Programs Coordinator. In this role, you will play a key role in helping with communications, recruitment, engagement, and support for the students and early-career researchers in our programs. 

To apply, e-mail PDFs of the following: 1) a short statement of interest, 2) your CV, and 3) a list of three references to employ@santafe.edu. Please note in your subject line that you are responding to the “Education Programs Coordinator" position for the Santa Fe Institute." The Santa Fe Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We actively seek and encourage applications from minorities, women, and people with disabilities.


Programs Coordinator
Center for Contemporary Arts of Santa Fe (CCA)
Posted November 10, 2021

The Program Coordinator at CCA Santa Fe spearheads the development of innovative and impactful virtual and in-person programs and activities designed to fulfill CCA's mission to celebrate creativity across the arts, humanities and sciences by generating transformative experiences designed to ignite minds and connect people. This position provides opportunities to positively affect the lives of tens of thousands of people in Santa Fe, the region, the nation, and the world. The position will also help shape the future of CCA and the artistic and cultural life of Santa Fe by helping, for the first time, integrate and bring together Santa Fe and New Mexico’s rich artistic, scientific, and humanistic resources. The position will report to the Executive Director or designee. For full job description, to apply or if you have questions, please email April with subject line "Programs Coordinator Inquiry."


Program Facilitator
Girls Inc. of Santa Fe
Posted November 10, 2021

The Program Facilitator works directly with the Program Manager to provide Girls Inc. of Santa Fe programming to girls at various locations, including our Hillside Center and in Santa Fe Public Schools. The Program Facilitator ensures that all programs are purposeful, grounded in best practice, and beneficial to all girls and their families. Program Facilitators are expected to follow all guidelines, policies, and protocols established by Girls Inc., take direction from the Program Manager and Director of Programs, and adhere to an approved schedule. Send cover letter and resume to hiring@girlsincofsantafe.org


Outreach and Events Coordinator 
National Dance Institute of NM
Posted November 10, 2021

National Dance Institute of NM seeks an Outreach and Events Coordinator to administer its school programs and events in Santa Fe. Requires work experience with children and families, (ie: camp counselor, tutor, teacher, etc.) customer facing experience such as customer service, and MS Office proficiency. The ideal candidate will also have a college education, be bilingual, have event coordination experience, as well as an understanding of the dance or theatre industry. The schedule includes some evenings and weekends. Pay range is $44-46K. Apply here.


Advocacy Specialist
Solace Crisis Treatment Center
Posted November 10, 2021

The primary role of this position at the Solace Crisis Treatment Center entails working with survivors of sexual and other violent crimes by using trauma informed strategies to assist them in accessing services and navigating the criminal legal system. Interested candidates should email a letter of interest, resume, and three professional references to the Executive Director, Maria Jose Rodriguez Cadiz at mjrodcadiz@findsolace.org


Bilingual Advocacy Specialist
Solace Crisis Treatment Center
Posted November 10, 2021

The primary role of this position at the Solace Crisis Treatment Center entails working with survivors of sexual and other violent crimes by using trauma informed strategies to assist them in accessing services and navigating the criminal legal system. Interested candidates should email a letter of interest, resume, and three professional references to the Executive Director, Maria Jose Rodriguez Cadiz at mjrodcadiz@findsolace.org


Bilingual Psychotherapist
Solace Crisis Treatment Center
Posted November 10, 2021

The Bilingual Psychotherapist at the Solace Crisis Treatment Center provides evidence-based treatment and complex trauma psychotherapy treatment to all survivors (adult and children) of sexual violence, as well as to non-offending family members, guardians, and other close supporters. Complex Trauma treatment is the primary treatment provided along with adjunctive therapies in at least one of the following areas: EMDR, CBT, DBT, Hypnosis, Somatic Experiencing, Brainspotting, Trauma Resilience Model and/or Art Therapy. Interested candidates should email a letter of interest, resume, and three professional references to the Executive Director, Maria Jose Rodriguez Cadiz at mjrodcadiz@findsolace.org


Executive Assistant 
National Dance Institute of NM
Posted November 10, 2021

Have a passion for children and the arts? National Dance Institute of NM is seeking 5+ yrs of office administration experience (calendar, screening communications, prep correspondence, meeting rooms, conference calls, VIPs, note taking, Teams/files). Experience interfacing with board of directors (manuals, meetings, script, presentations, rehearsals, tech support, orientation, candidates, onboarding, gifts). Experience supporting fundraising activities (portfolios, database, event planning liaison, donor letters, follow up). Salary 48k-58K. Apply here.


Program Designer, Supporting Early Childhood Success
New Mexico Appleseed
Posted November 2, 2021

New Mexico Appleseed is hiring an experienced Program Designer to lead and manage the design process for an intervention providing cash to mothers with drug/alcohol exposed babies. Ideal applicant has extensive experience working at the community level to design social interventions. Must have strong community connections and a track record of success. This is an 18-month contract position but could be a limited time employee arrangement as needed. This is a remote position that will require flexible hours and some travel (pending public health safety protocols).

Supporting Early Childhood Success will co-create a guaranteed income intervention with parents living in communities of color whose children were born drug exposed. Purpose is to design a program in partnership with the targeted population that will help stabilize families and help children thrive while informing potential policy interventions. Programming will take place in Bernalillo and McKinley counties. Skills and expertise:

  • Background in relevant area such as human-centered design, systems practice methodology, and racial equity design
  • Substantive knowledge of the relevant issue areas or related areas, including project design, substance use, housing instability, racial equity, and poverty
  • Demonstrated success in collaborating with diverse populations
  • Proven design facilitator with experience convening and facilitating diverse groups of stakeholders and developing consensus on how best to design a project or pilot
  • Strong project management skills, ability to define projects and drive successful outcomes
  • Ability to manage multiple deadlines and strong public speaking and writing skills
  • Collaborative team player with excellent interpersonal skills

Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest and their current resume via email to Rose Nava, Director of Research, Equity and Community Empowerment: rnava@nmappleseed.org


Accounting Manager and Human Resources Administrator
SITE Santa Fe
Posted November 2, 2021

The Accounting Manager and Human Resources Administrator manages all of SITE Santa Fe’s day-to-day accounting functions including: payroll; accounts receivable; accounts payable; maintenance of the general ledger; month-end closing; and, many other duties. The position also handles administrative aspects of human resources, namely, managing employee insurance and benefit plans, and working with external auditors to ensure proper internal controls and compliance with local, state, and federal laws. The Accounting Manager and Human Resources Administrator reports to the Deputy Director and works collaborative with other departments in the museum.

To apply, submit a resume and a cover letter to job@sitesantafe.org with the subject line “Accounting Manager and Human Resources Administrator.” Apply by December 31st, 2021.


Visitor Services Associate
SITE Santa Fe
Posted November 2, 2021

Visitor Services Associates are the public face of SITE Santa Fe. They are responsible for creating a welcoming and accessible environment for visitors and for delivering information about the exhibitions and public programs. This fast-paced position requires a candidate to multitask and quickly problem-solve, while maintaining a friendly and professional demeanor. Specific responsibilities include processing entry ticket sales, gathering visitor information, facilitating coffee, snack bar and store sales,and answering the phone. This is a part-time position on Saturday and Sunday only.

Please send cover letter and resume to job@sitesantafe.org and indicate Visitor Services Associate in the subject line. No calls please. For more information about SITE Santa Fe, please visit https://sitesantafe.org/. Thank you for your interest in SITE Santa Fe.


Senior Bookkeeper/Office Manager
Lensic Performing Arts Center
Posted November 2, 2021

The Lensic Performing Arts Center seeks a Senior Bookkeeper/Office Manager. This position is responsible for performing a variety of bookkeeping and accounting duties to ensure accurate financial information and to support department workflow and planning. The Bookkeeper/Office Manager’s responsibilities include reconciling a variety of statements and accounts, processing accounts payable, overseeing federal tax reporting and form completion, and 401K processing and maintenance. Other responsibilities include preparing reports to support staff and operations, managing show settlements, and managing office supplies and equipment.

The successful candidate will have demonstrated computer proficiency (Quickbooks, Tessitura, MS Office – Word, Excel and Outlook), and be knowledgeable about GAAP and nonprofit accounting. This position will require being able to manage multiple projects and deadlines. An attention to detail is also a must. Occasional evening and weekend work will be required. Associate’s degree or higher is preferred. This full-time position reports to the Director of Finance. LPAC offers a competitive salary, medical and retirement benefits.

Please send application materials (resume, cover letter, and references) to Lucy Renshall-Randles at LRenshall-Randles@lensic.org


Marketing Manager
Pajarito Environmental Education Center
Posted October 26, 2021

The Pajarito Environmental Education Center, operator of the Los Alamos Nature Center, seeks a Marketing Manager skilled in written communication and graphic design. This is a full-time, salaried position with a starting salary range of $43,000 – $47,000. The position can be partially remote, with some work on-site and at outreach events. For more information and application instructions, visit our website. For best consideration please apply by October 31st.


Child Adolescent Therapist
Esperanza Shelter
Posted October 26, 2021

This position at Esperanza Shelter is responsible for counseling children and adolescents who have directly experienced or witnessed domestic violence. The residential shelter is an ever changing dynamic environment. This requires a trauma-informed client centered approach combined with patience, centeredness, flexibility and the skills to do brief counseling and crisis interventions with families. This is not a traditional therapeutic office setting where clients attend scheduled therapy sessions. Other major duties include mentoring the Child Life Skills Coordinators, facilitating Circle of Security parenting classes and providing trainings for staff. To be considered, candidates must have a Master's Degree and license (LMHC, LPPC, LMSW, LCSW or LISW) to legally be able to practice as a therapist. Bilingual in Spanish strongly preferred.


Office Manager and Tour Coordinator
El Rancho de Las Golondrinas Living History Museum
Posted October 26, 2021

Seeking a self-motivated team player with the ability to meet goals and objectives of El Rancho de Las Golondrinas Living History Museum. The Office Manager and Tour Coordinator is an essential member of the museum team functioning in a supporting role across multiple departments. The position will be responsible for the management of the office, overseeing tour programs and functioning as personal assistant to the Museum Director handling Board communication and coordination. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Ability to effectively work in a team. For full job description email daniel.goodman@golondrinas.org. To apply, email cover letter and resume, with the subject line: Office Manager and Tour Coordinator to daniel.goodman@golondrinas.org


Executive Director
New Mexico Brewers Guild
Posted October 19, 2021

The Executive Director at the New Mexico Brewers Guild is responsible for achieving the Mission Statement of the Guild and executing the goals of the Strategic Growth Plan as set forth by the Board of Directors. This position is expected to implement the structure, process, and financials to lead the organization to performance excellence. The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for managing all elements of the Guild including fundraising, membership, financial, events, media and marketing, support of legislative activity and administration duties. This position will require passion for the industry, working in a fast-paced environment, coordinating concurrent projects, and utilizing the Board of Directors. The ED must be a self-motivated individual, with the ability to work and achieve goals independently.

Please read full job description here. Submit detailed resume and cover letter electronically to palmerbrewery@gmail.com and alana@santafebrewing.com.


Children's Clinical Social Worker / Family Support Program Coordinator
Growing Up New Mexico
Posted October 19, 2021

The Children’s Clinical Social Worker / Family Support Program Coordinator at Growing Up New Mexico is responsible for providing infant mental health consultation and services for the Early Learning Center at Kaune children and families, and for developing and implementing the family support component of the program. To apply, please complete the Growing Up New Mexico Application for Employment on our website.


Public Information Specialist
New Mexico Forest and Watershed Restoration Institute (NMFWRI)
Posted October 19, 2021

The increased need to provide the public with unbiased, credible information on issues related to climate change, forest and watershed health, and catastrophic wildfires requires that NMFWRI have a public relations program. NMFWRI will hire a communications coordinator with the skills to craft media releases, prepare literature and develop social media programs that will inform the public on the importance and goals of forest restoration using social media platforms, graphic design, marketing, advertising, and other public relations techniques. This position will also help increase the awareness among the public, state and federal agencies, and non-profits of NMFWRI’s activities and goals. This person will help NMFWRI staff create, develop and bring to life compelling forest and watershed restoration stories and narratives across New Mexico. Please apply through the NMHU website at https://nmhu.peopleadmin.com/postings/7043


Lead Teacher
Growing Up New Mexico
Posted October 19, 2021

The Lead Teacher at Growing Up New Mexico is responsible for creating a joyous environment that gives children a respected space to develop their own inquiries and negotiate the social emotional terrain. The Lead Teacher is also expected to participate in a reflective and analytical process with colleagues in order to support and develop the understanding of, and work with, children and their families. The Early Learning Center at Kaune follows the standards set forth by ECECD regulations, New Mexico PreK standards, and the NAEYC quality rating system. The Early Learning Center at Kaune is a Reggio Emilia-inspired program and draws much of its philosophical roots from that approach. To apply, please complete the Growing Up New Mexico Application for Employment on the following website: growingupnm.org/about-us/employment-opportunities/


Educational Assistant
Growing Up New Mexico
Posted October 19, 2021

The Educational Assistant at Growing Up New Mexico, alongside the Lead Teacher and other teaching staff, is responsible for creating a joyous environment that gives children a respected space to develop their own inquiries and negotiate the social emotional terrain. The Educational Assistant is also expected to participate in a reflective and analytical process with colleagues to support and develop the understanding of, and work with, children and their families. The PreK Program at the Early Learning Center follows the standards set forth by ECECD regulations, New Mexico PreK standards, NAEYC standards, and the NAEYC quality rating system. The Early Learning Center at Kaune is a Reggio Emilia-inspired program and draws much of its philosophical roots from that approach.

To apply, please complete the Growing Up New Mexico Application for Employment on this website: https://growingupnm.org/employment-application/


Circus Comes to School Coordinator
Wise Fool New Mexico
Posted October 19, 2021

The Circus Comes to School Coordinator at Wise Fool New Mexico is responsible for coordinating youth programming that occurs in schools through our Circus Comes to Schools program, where Wise Fool coaches bring the benefits of Social Circus to kids to schools in the Santa Fe area. This position also coordinates Teen BUST! and in other settings off-site. This position is an administrative position, managing existing programs which strive to further integrate Wise Fool’s social justice and self-empowerment values into youth programming. They act as a representative of Wise Fool, making sure that all inquiries about Wise Fool youth outreach programming are answered promptly. Applicants should have a passion for circus and social justice, and have or be willing to develop experience teaching youth.

Please send letter of interest and resume to alishiya@wisefoolnm.org and oriana@wisefoolnm.org.


Exectutive Director
Tierra Contenta Corporation
Posted October 19, 2021

The Tierra Contenta Corporation, a nonprofit in charge of development of the large mixed income neighborhood on the south side of Santa Fe is looking for an executive director to lead the next phase of development. Visit tierracontenta.org/careers/ for more information.


Teacher Warehouse Coordinator
Partners in Education Foundation for the Santa Fe Public Schools
Posted October 19, 2021

Partners' Teacher Warehouse seeks a part-time Teacher Warehouse Coordinator at Partners in Education Foundation for the Santa Fe Public Schools. The Teacher Warehouse, at the BF Young building, 1300 Camino Sierra Vista, accepts donations of goods from the public and invites SFPS teachers to “shop” for free. Must possess great organizational and customer service skills. Heavy lifting required. Please send resumes to Ruthanne Greeley, rgreeley@sfpartnersineducation.org, or PO Box 23374, 87502. 1.5 hours, 2 afternoons per week throughout the school year. Schedule to be determined. To begin as soon as possible. Warehouse is closed during school district holidays. $16 per hour, no benefits. Job description:

  • Greet and orient teachers who come to “shop.”
  • Greet donors and receive donations.
  • Record donor contact information when receipt is requested. Submit to Partners’ office.
  • Sort goods. Discard/recycle items that are not suitable. Organize and display all other items.
  • Monitor inventory. Discard/recycle items that have not moved in a reasonable time.
  • Maintain a “Wish List” of items requested by teachers.
  • Notify Partners’ office of items that are needed in the warehouse, or are in abundance, for publication in the PIE newsletter and/or on social media.
  • Maintain/clean the warehouse to create a satisfying “shopping” experience and to ensure the safety of our teachers and donors.

Associate Director of Institutional Advancement
Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA)
Posted October 12, 2021

Reporting to the Director of Institutional Advancement at Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA), the Associate Director will be responsible for implementing, executing and maintaining donor relations and stewardship activities for special constituency donors including, but not limited to donors recognized through annual giving to the President’s Circle and planned giving Legacy Circle, and other friends of IAIA. The incumbent will work collaboratively with the Institutional Advancement team, IAIA faculty, and IAIA Foundation Development Committee to cultivate and solicit donors and sponsors for gifts to meet IAIA development priorities.

Duties include developing and managing philanthropic relationships with constituents and diverse partners, stewarding a portfolio of 50+ donors, creating and executing advancement-focused events, collaborating on and creatively supporting the growth in Foundation assets to support long-term funding goals. The incumbent will support IAIA’s mission, vision, and core values. Please apply online here.


Advancement Services Manager
Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA)
Posted October 12, 2021

The Advancement Services Manager reports to the Director of Institutional Advancement at Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA). The incumbent is vital to the team-based success of the Advancement Office’s programs and services, such as annual appeals, fundraising events, and the management of tracking systems for scholarship fund availability. The incumbent oversees and monitors the department’s donor database, as well as providing analytical reports, key performance metrics, quarterly dashboard, and donor lists to strategically support the department’s many donor-based initiatives. The incumbent provides strategic and hands-on support for the development of the department’s financial, accounting, database coding and data entry procedures, and completes the monthly reconciliation and annual audit. Incumbent supports IAIA’s mission, vision and core values. Please apply online here.


Vice President of Retail
Museum of New Mexico Foundation (MNMF)
Posted October 12, 2021

The Vice President of Retail provides leadership and direction to all operations of the Museum of New Mexico Foundation (MNMF) shops, including website, warehouse, wholesale operations, and staff at five locations. Gift shops currently include the New Mexico Museum of Art, New Mexico History Museum, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, and Museum of International Folk Art. For further details, including information about how to apply, please see our website. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis and accepted until the position has been filled.


Shelter Support Staff
St. Elizabeth Shelter
Posted October 12, 2021

St. Elizabeth Men's Shelter is the hub of the St. Elizabeth Shelter Corporation. Our building shelters up to 28 sober men over the age of 18, and also provides outreach services to other individuals experiencing homelessness, such as giving out sandwiches and clothing. Our administrative offices are located on the second floor. We are seeking a shelter staff person. Our shelter is open 24-7, and this position is for shifts that fall between 7am and 11pm. This position will be responsible for most of the hands-on operation of the shelter, including:

  • Assisting in-house guests
  • Front office duties
  • Organizing meals
  • Facilitating interactions with outreach clients
  • Processing donations
  • Maintaining the facilities

Must have previous experience, either in a shelter setting or other capacity serving vulnerable populations. Applicants should have excellent boundaries, patience, and compassion. Ability to speak both Spanish and English preferred. Please send your cover letter and resume to emergencyservices@steshelter.org


Residential Family Advocate (overnight and mid-shift positions available)
Esperanza Shelter
Posted October 12, 2021

The Residential Services Family Advocate at Esperanza Shelter is responsible for providing trauma-informed case management and advocacy services to shelter residents who are survivors of relationship violence, stalking, sexual assault and human trafficking. The shelter is a confidential location staffed 24/7 by awake Family Advocates working four days on, ten-hour shifts with three days off (full-time). Must be willing to work weekends and holidays if your regular shift falls on a weekend or holiday. We have both overnight and mid-shift positions available. You can email hr@esperanzashelter.org if you are interested in this position.

Shift duties include: monitor the safety of the shelter property; answer crisis calls; assess and triage crises situations; assess needs of clients and address appropriately; support the daily operations of the shelter; participate in daily client staffing and documentation; perform client intakes, assessments and safety planning; client-centered advocacy and case management with a focus on client-identified goals; daily progress notes; mediate conflicts between residents; model healthy boundaries and communication, as well as, actively participate in your own self-care to manage stress and build resiliency against secondary trauma. See www.esperanzashelter.org for the full job description. 


Bilingual Court Advocate
Esperanza Shelter
Posted October 12, 2021

Under the general direction of the Clinical Director, responsible for providing legal advocacy services to victims of domestic violence. To see the full job description please go to www.esperanzashelter.org for the full job description. You can email hr@esperanzashelter.org if you are interested in this position.


Part-Time Operations Consultant
Encantado Sandia Foundation
Posted October 12, 2021

The Encantado Sandia Foundation will be a new 501c3 organization based out of Santa Fe that will promote local and regional STEM-related development programs and expand the area’s digital workforce through training and professional development opportunities, especially targeting underrepresented demographics in those careers, including women, minorities, and native peoples.

We are seeking a part-time consultant with prior non-profit management experience to join the team that will help launch this new Foundation on a path for success. This critical team member will participate in the crafting of the foundation’s mission statement and strategy, development and planning of the foundation’s granting logistics, and creation of systems that will help get the foundation off on the right foot.

Work hours are flexible and while in- person meetings will be required at times, the majority of the work for this position will happen remotely. Pay will be commensurate with experience. Please communicate your interest along with three references from previous non-profit and/or foundation work, and your earning requirements to Jay Heneghan, Foundation Director, at jayheneghan@gmail.com


Development Officer
American Indian Graduate Center
Posted October 5, 2021 

In support of its mission, AIGC now seeks a Development Officer who will be responsible for managing a portfolio of current and prospective donor relationships and identifying opportunities for new financial support for the organization. Reporting to the Director of Strategic Partnerships, the Development Officer will support donor engagement activities and cultivate relationships with foundation officers and other funders. The ideal candidate is a natural relationship builder with strong project management skills and sophisticated communications skills. Read full description here.


Site Coordinator

Communities In Schools of New Mexico
Posted October 5, 2021

Working in partnership and collaboration with the Core Team at Communities In Schools of New Mexico, the Site-based Leadership Team as well as the Student Support Team (Wellness Team), the CIS community school Site Coordinator will deliver evidence-based interventions, programs and strategies, and best practices that support students, families, and communities to ensure student success that is aligned with the Four Pillars of a Community School. The CIS community school Site Coordinator will work in close collaboration with the Core Team and Site Based Leadership Team to develop a CIS School Support Plan that is aligned with the information provided in the CIS Needs Assessment and Asset Mapping process.

The integrated services and supports identified in the aforementioned Needs Assessment and School Support Plan will address the unique school-wide and individual student needs in the areas of attendance, academics, basic needs, parent engagement, behavior, and social-emotional learning and well-being. The Site Coordinator will implement CIS’s three-tiered differentiated model designed to connect the school, students and families with the right supports and resources to address school-wide as well as individual needs. At the heart of a CIS community school Site Coordinator’s work is the forging of caring and lasting relationships with students and their families, who often face overwhelming poverty or trauma-related challenges in their lives that are impacting their ability to succeed in school.

For more information, visit our website. To apply, please email cover letter, resume and how you learned about the position to info@cisnm.org.


Director, Program Sales
Santa Fe Community College Continuing Education and Contract Training
Posted October 5, 2021
 

Act as a sales representative for SFCC, focusing on both new partners/customers and on managing the relationships and sales with existing customers, to sell and package programming identified to meet the needs of the business, governmental, and non-profit community. Consult, package and sell professional development solutions and training to workforce development (contract training) clients. Create partnerships within the Santa Fe Community College service area and manage customer accounts. Ensure quality delivery of contracted solutions meeting identified client needs. Manage sales territory and become the lead contact for workforce development (contract training) solutions. Meet yearly production sales goals. It is necessary for this position to maintain relationships both internally and externally and must be able to communicate clearly and be highly organized – managing multiple projects at any given time is key to the success of the position. The position requires a sales-focused, customer service driven professional who will become the lead contact for long-term clients with the college and the department. Learn more on our website.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The SFCC job application process is application driven. All information candidates wish the College to consider must be included in the application. The College determines qualifications based on the application, so if information is not there the candidate risks being disqualified for lack of minimum qualifications. Incorporation by reference, including "see resume," does not work. All education, experience (include dates of employment),certifications/licenses must be reflected in the appropriate sections of the application in order to be considered for the position. In the event of hiring, your application will be used for proper salary placement. Identifying sensitive information such as Social Security Number, date of dirth, etc. should be redacted from documents prior to uploading for consideration.


Clinical Manager
Solace Crisis Treatment Center (SCTC)
Posted October 5, 2021
 

Under the direct supervision of the Associate Director, the Clinical Manager provides supervision and direction to the Solace Crisis Treatment Center (SCTC) Clinical Department. Assumes all duties as requested by the Associate Director or Executive Director. Complex Trauma treatment is the primary treatment provided along with adjunctive therapies in at least one of the following areas: EMDR, CBT, DBT, Hypnosis, Somatic Experiencing, Brainspotting, Trauma Resilience Model and/or Art Therapy. Required Qualifications:

• Masters or Ph.D. in counseling, psychology, social work, or marriage and family therapy, or psychology, with New Mexico state licensure (LISW, LPCC LMFT, or Ph .D.).
• Proficient in evidence-based practice preferred (e.g. DBT, EMDR, SE) .
• Willingness to apply as interdisciplinary supervisor for social workers if an LPCC.
• Five years independent license and two years management and supervision experience.
• Clinical experience including work with child, adolescent and adult sexual assault survivors preferred.

Please visit our website for a complete job description. Interested candidates should email a letter of interest, resume, and three professional references to the Executive Director, María José Rodríguez Cádiz, at mjrodcadiz@findsolace.org.


Civic Engagement Coordinator
New Mexico Asian Family Center
Posted September 28, 2021

The New Mexico Asian Family Center (NMAFC) is hiring for a Civic Engagement Coordinator (CEC) who will work to instill a culture of and strengthen the infrastructure for year-round civic engagement in local Asian Pacific Islander (API) communities; lead community building and organizing efforts to improve visibility, representation, and the platform for our API communities within New Mexico; grow an informed base of supporters who can engage in and sustain NMAFC’s programs and policy advocacy activities; and uplift specific policy and systems change work to support a healthy and thriving API community. This position is directly supervised and supported by the Community Engagement Director and lies within the “Programs” department.

Qualifications: Two years of directly-related experience preferably working in a nonprofit or civic engagement capacity. An equivalent combination of education and/or experience may be substituted, as long as it relates to the essential duties and responsibilities. Previous experience as a field organizer is strongly preferred. API language fluency preferred but not required.

To apply, email resume, three references, and cover letter to the attention of: Huong Nguyen, Community Engagement Director (huong@nmafc.org). Deadline: Open until filled.