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Volunteer Coordinator
The Food Depot
Posted October 14, 2019

 

Hiring a Volunteer Coordinator with excellent customer service skills, ability to interface with diverse groups, strong organizational skills, and attention to detail. Duties include: process enrollment forms and background checks; log volunteer hours; prepare reports; schedule / coordinate volunteers across multiple shifts for large events (Souper Bowl, Canstruction); communicate regularly with volunteers; and help with volunteer recruitment and appreciation activities. Must obtain attain Food Safety for Handlers Card and pass a CYFD Background Check. Able to work some nights and weekends.

How to apply: For complete job description, visit www.thefooddepot.org. Send resume and cover letter to: 1222 A Siler Rd, Santa Fe, 87507 / info@thefooddepot.org

Deadline for applications: Deadline is Nov. 1 or open until filled.


Residential Family Advocate
Esperanza Shelter
Posted October 14, 2019

The Residential Services Family Advocate 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.
SHIFTS AVAILABLE:
Overnight Tues-Friday 10 pm - 8 am
Overnight Sat-Tues 10 pm - 8 am
Late Mid 2pm - Midnight
Late Mid 3pm - 1 am

How to apply: www.indeed.com

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.

 


Shelter Manager
Esperanza Shelter
Posted October 14, 2019

 

The Shelter Manager is responsible for the overall coordination of the day to day operations and activities of the shelter, including staff supervision/training, delivery of services, acting as agency/community liaison, programming and family support. Collaborates with the Director of Residential Services to oversee shift supervisors and staff to ensure operational effectiveness.

The shelter is a 24/7 operation. The Shelter Manager will keep Monday - Friday regular business hours, however there will be occasions when it is necessary to stay past the end of the shift. The Shelter Manager will also participate in the on-call after hours phone consultation schedule.

How to apply: www.indeed.com

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Child/Adolescent Therapist
Esperanza Shelter
Posted October 14, 2019


This position 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 to legally be able to practice as a Therapist.

How to apply: www.indeed.com

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Outpatient Services Manager
Esperanza Shelter
Posted October 14, 2019

 

The Outpatient Services Manager works collaboratively with the Executive Director and the Outpatient Services team to ensure program effectiveness, and that services are being delivered to clients in a timely and effective manner. Clients include survivors, Path to Peace (court-ordered offenders) and children of domestic violence survivors through the Seeds of Hope program. The Outpatient Services Manager will also oversee and, as necessary, assist with intakes/assessments, court advocacy and interpretation for Spanish-speaking clients as needed (fluency preferred, not required).

Some group sessions will take place in the evenings on Monday-Thursday, therefore the ability to work evenings is required. This is a full-time salaried exempt position.

How to apply: www.indeed.com

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Shift Supervisor

Esperanza Shelter
Posted October 14, 2019


Under the general supervision of the Director of Residential Services, the Residential Services Shift Supervisor will be responsible for assisting in overseeing and managing the shelter operations, staff and clients during specific designated shifts.

How to apply: www.indeed.com

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Program Associate
LANL Foundation
Posted October 14, 2019

 

LANL Foundation in Española seeks full-time, non-exempt Program Associate to offer admin assistance to Scholarship Program, with added support for other staff. Must have excellent communication, organization & computer skills + philosophy consistent with mission to strengthen education in Northern NM. BA/BS degree preferred + relative experience. Compensation depends on experience, excellent benefits offered.

How to apply: www.lanlfoundation.org/jobs

Deadline for applications:Email letter and resume by Oct 28 to jobs@lanlfoundation.org


Communities In Schools of New Mexico

Site Coordinator
Posted October 10, 2019

 

Working in partnership with the school principal, leadership team, and wellness team, CIS Site Coordinators (also called “Student Support Specialists”) provide integrated services that address unique school-wide issues and individual student needs in the areas of attendance, academics, basic needs, parent engagement, behavior, and social-emotional learning. Site Coordinators also case manage 30-50 students throughout the year, providing critical resources such as food, clothing, access to social-emotional learning groups, tutoring, and referrals to outside providers. At the heart of a Site Coordinator’s work is the forging of caring and lasting relationships with students and their families.

How to apply: Email cover letter, resume and how you heard about the position to info@cisnm.org. For more information, visit https://www.cisnm.org/careers.


Information Access/Portal Subcommittee Chair
Music in Schools Collaborative
Posted October 10, 2019

The nascent Music in Schools Collaborative (MISC) seeks a part-time Chair for its Information Access/Information Portal Subcommittee. Music in Schools Collaborative is a coalition of Santa Fe's performing arts organizations and schools that promotes the value of music education for youth. We support and deliver music opportunities through advocacy, coordination, and resource sharing. This position, created in response to needs expressed by the Collaborative, will be a volunteer position until such time as the Chair wins grant(s) to fund their work. This is an exciting chance to bring music education to underprivileged families in the Santa Fe area. Responsibilities will include creating a community master calendar of public, non-profit music education opportunities available to the public; determining the audience for MISC information; communicating with that audience via social media and tech platforms; communicating about MISC with local press as needed; adding MISC events to local online calendars; and formalizing MISC's association with the New Mexico Creativity Network. Grant-writing ability, a high degree of organization, computer and social media savvy, and excellent written communication skills are a must. Notice of selection for pre-interview will occur by October 18, with pre-interviews occurring on the afternoon of October 21.

Deadline for applications: October 17, 2019.

How to apply: please email a letter of interest, resume and references to Leanne DeVane at ldevane@sfcmf.org


Railyard Park Conservancy
Director of Marketing and Communications
Posted October 10, 2019

The Railyard Park Conservancy, the non-profit that manages the horticultural care, educational programming and public art in Santa Fe's Railyard Park is hiring for a Director of Marketing. This full-time position will be responsible for promoting events/programs, expanding social media presence, design high quality graphics for continued branding in both digital and print avenues, management of CRM database, and assisting in the creation of effective fundraising campaigns. Applicants should be proficient with Wordpress, Adobe Creative Suite, Google Suite, Excel and social media platform

The Railyard Park Conservancy, the non-profit that manages the horticultural care, educational programming and public art in Santa Fe's Railyard Park is hiring for a Director of Marketing. This full-time position will be responsible for promoting events/programs, expanding social media presence, design high quality graphics for continued branding in both digital and print avenues, management of CRM database, and assisting in the creation of effective fundraising campaigns. Applicants should be proficient with Wordpress, Adobe Creative Suite, Google Suite, Excel and social media platforms.

The Railyard Park Conservancy, the non-profit that manages the horticultural care, educational programming and public art in Santa Fe's Railyard Park is hiring for a Director of Marketing. This full-time position will be responsible for promoting events/programs, expanding social media presence, design high quality graphics for continued branding in both digital and print avenues, management of CRM database, and assisting in the creation of effective fundraising campaigns. Applicants should be proficient with Wordpress, Adobe Creative Suite, Google Suite, Excel and social media platforms.

Visit https://www.railyardpark.org/job-openings/ for full description

How to apply:Cover letter, resume, references and samples of work can be emailed to Christy Downs - christy@railyardpark.org

Deadline for applications: October 23, 2019


Lensic Performing Arts Center
Director of Development
Posted October 10, 2019

 

The Development Director will be responsible for managing a 3-5-person development team while leading annual campaigns (individual, corporate, and foundation giving) and launching a planned giving campaign. They will also assist the Managing Director in executing an endowment campaign as well as communicate, socialize, and cultivate a wide range of supporters and patrons, including both board members and major donors.

How to apply: Email Lucy Renshall-Randles: lrenshall-randles@lensic.org or mail: Lensic Performing Arts Center, 211 W. San Francisco St., Santa Fe, NM 87501

Deadline for applications: October 31, 2019


Events Coordinator
Santa Fe Botanical Garden
Posted October 9, 2019

The Events Coordinator, working closely with other staff members, will manage a wide range of events at the Santa Fe Botanical Garden’s two sites: general public events, fundraising events, and facility rentals.

How to apply: Submit a cover letter, resume and three references to Lindsay Taylor, lindsay@santafebotanicalgarden.org. No phone calls, please.

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Southwest Seed Partnership Coordinator
Institute for Applied Ecology
Posted October 9, 2019

The Southwest Office of the Institute for Applied Ecology (www.appliedeco.org) seeks to hire a Southwest Seed Partnership Coordinator with exceptional communication skills and a background in botany, crop science, restoration, ecology, or related field to lead a multi-regional seed program. The goal of the Southwest Seed Partnership (SWSP) is to increase the supply and diversity of appropriate native plant materials by coordinating the needs of restoration partners and facilitating the native seed industry for the southwest. The SWSP is implementing the National Seed Strategy.

How to apply: https://appliedeco.org/get-involved/jobs/

Deadline for applications: 10/24/19


Information Portal Chair
Music in Schools Collaborative
Posted October 9, 2019

Information Access/Portal Chair -Music in Schools Collaborative (MISC) seeks part-time Chair for its Information Access/Information Portal Subcommittee. MISC is a coalition of Santa Fe's performing arts organizations promoting the value of music education for youth, supporting and delivering music opportunities through resource sharing. This is a volunteer position until such time as the Chair wins grant(s) funding. Responsibilities: creating a community master calendar of public music education opportunities; determining audience for MISC information; communicating via social media/tech platforms – and more. Grant-writing ability, strong organization skills, computer and social media savvy are a must. For complete job description, email ldevane@sfcmf.org

How to apply: Send letter of interest, resume, and references to Leanne Devane at ldevane@sfcmf.org

Deadline for applications: October 17. Candidate selection October 18. Pre-interviews October 21.


Chief Operating Officer
Notah Begay III Foundation
Posted September 29, 2019

Reporting to NB3 Foundation’s President/CEO, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) is responsible for overseeing and managing the internal affairs of the organization, developing new programs, overseeing and managing existing programs and initiatives, providing project management support to staff and supporting fundraising for the organization. Fundamentally, the COO manages day-to-day operations of the organization, grows NB3 Foundation programs, ensures the quality of all NB3 Foundation work, and ensures the staff and organization attain their goals. The ideal candidate will have an entrepreneurial spirit, motivate and inspire staff, have experience managing many facets of an organization during a period of significant growth and share a passion for the mission.

How to apply: Email resume and a cover letter addressing how you meet the qualifications listed in this posting to: Hr@nb3f.org.

Deadline for applications: October 18, 2019


Communications Associate
Conservation Voters New Mexico
Posted September 29, 2019 

The role will be responsible for coordinating and implementing our strategic online mobilization program to engage organizational supporters in the political and policy-making arenas on behalf of the environment. We are looking for a creative, ambitious, self- motivated individual with excellent oral and written communications skills in both English and Spanish that thrives working both independently and in a team environment. We are seeking someone who understands or is curious to learn how people and organizations build political power and create change. Visit www.cvnm.org for the full job posting.

How to apply: Please send resume, cover letter, and 3 references to careers@cvnm.org with “Communications Associate” in the subject line.

Deadline for applications: 9 am, Monday, October 14


Executive Assistant
Community Against Violence
Posted September 29, 2019

The Executive Assistant will provide all administrative and secretarial functions necessary to support the work of the Executive Director (ED); be the primary point of initial contact for both internal staff and external organizations and members of the community on matters directed to ED; independently research, prioritize, organize, and manage incoming issues and propose appropriate courses of action; abide by a strict code of ethical communication and confidentiality; professionally deal with all levels of staff and management within the organization and public.

How to apply: info@taoscav.org, www.taoscav.org, 945 Salazar Road,Taos NM 87571

Deadline for applications: Open until filled. 


Part-time Administrative Support Staff Member
United Way of Santa Fe County
Posted September 29, 2019

The Adobe Admin Support Staff Member is responsible for providing administrative support for multiple programs to ensure smooth operations and communications within UWSFC programs & administration. This position requires a high degree of proficiency with data entry and management, strong organizational skills, excellent written and oral communication, ability to multi-task, adherence to project deadlines, and efficient problem-solving. This position requires the individual to demonstrate flexibility, the ability to work under pressure, and with various personality types while maintaining a calm and professional demeanor. The Support Staff member must aid the Office Manager with projects and tasks.

How to apply: Please fill an application here: https://www.uwsfc.org/uwsfc-application-employment/ 


Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Fe/Del Norte
Unit Director - Part-time
Posted September 29, 2019 

The Boys & Girls Clubs has an immediate opening for Unit Director in our After School Program at our Camino de Jacobo Club in Santa Fe. Unit Directors manage overall daily operations of the Club’s After School Program including programming and service delivery, supervision and training of staff, facilities management, community relations and membership administration. Club members may range in age from 5 years up to 18. Position is part-time. Schedule is Monday-Thursday, 2:00-5:30 pm and Friday, 12:00-5:30 pm during the school year. No benefits are included. Pay rate: $12.50 to $13.50 per hour DOE. Must pass background check & drug test.

How to apply: Send resume to bchavez@bgcsantafe.org or mail to: BGCSF/DN, Attn: Unit Director, P.O. Box 29805, Santa Fe, NM 87592. For more info call 505-204-0303.

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Coordinator of Support Services
St. John's United Methodist Church
Posted September 23, 2019
 

The position entails acting as an executive assistant to the Senior Pastor and manager of the church office in Santa Fe. Duties include, but are not limited to, communication, scheduling use of facilities space, maintaining the calendar and invoicing of facility use. Preparation of requests for accounts payable with required documents and maintaining such records. Recruitment and training of volunteer assistants for the office reception area and supervision of two facilities employees. The individual hired must demonstrate excellent office skills and proficiency in various computer applications (Apple).  A creative, self-starter with an enthusiastic personality is a plus for this position to act as a link between the church and the community. 

How to apply:email APP or resume to: brad@sjumcsantafe.org

 

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Project Coordinator
Tewa Women United - A'Gin Healthy Sexuality & Body Sovereignty Project
Posted September 23, 2019

 

Coordinator will have the primary responsibility and oversight for the coordination and implementation of the A’Gin Healthy Sexuality and Body Sovereignty Project, a Tribal Personal Responsibility Education Program. Bachelor’s degree in a related field (i.e., Human Services, Psychology, Education) and/or a minimum of 3 years’ experience in educational programs required. 3 years’ experience in supervising and/or management. Experience working with Native American communities/clientele, cultural sensitivity to the needs and distinct tribal and cultural ways of life and willingness to complete cultural competency training and/or undoing racism training.

How to apply:Interested applicants send your resume and cover letter to the following email: a’gin@tewawomenunited.org

Deadline for applications: October 11th, 2019


Executive Director
Santa Fe Pro Musica
Posted September 23, 2019

 

Santa Fe Pro Musica is seeking an Executive Director who, as administrative leader, will be responsible for providing the vision, strategic direction and day-to-day oversight of the organization’s resources to ensure success in carrying out its mission. Together with the Board of Trustees and Music Director, the Executive Director will work to ensure SFPM’s financial and operational stability, and maintain its artistic excellence. Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the Executive Director oversees an annual budget of approximately $1 million and a staff of 4. For a complete job description, please visit: https://www.sfpromusica.org/employment/

How to apply: See full job description for application information: https://www.sfpromusica.org/employment/

Deadline for applications: October 31, 2019


Development Associate
New Mexico Highlands University Foundation
Posted September 23, 2019

This position conducts assigned annual giving appeals and manages assigned annual giving donors; assists in the overall operation of the Foundation and its functions; supports all major Foundation events and activities; selects, analyzes, and produces annual giving and event reporting; composes annual giving appeals; solicits, stewards, and cultivates donors, including face-to-face solicitation of donors; manages student workers; oversees and ensures scheduling and execution of selected staff, office, and alumni and annual giving events; other duties relating to the Foundation as assigned.

How to apply:https://nmhu.peopleadmin.com/postings/4436

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Intake Coordinator - Behavioral Health
Presbyterian Medical Services

Espanola Family Wellness Center
Posted September 23, 2019

 

The Intake Coordinator is an independently licensed mental health professional who provides initial (both psychosocial and diagnostic) assessment, case management, short-term interventions, triage and referral services to all potential client calls to the PMS Behavioral Health program. Requirements: Minimum of Master's degree from an accredited college or university. Three years of experience in mental health treatment field with a minimum of one year of assessment/intake/triage experience for a full caseload of clients or for an agency.

How to apply: jobs.pmsnm.org

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Communications/Office Coordinator
Upper Pecos Watershed Association
Posted September 23, 2019

Support the UPWA Board in all areas of communicating with the public, media, elected officials, including grant processing, event planning, and overall office administration. Organize meetings and annual events. Provide tools, resources to meet watershed goals, i.e., create flyers and news alerts. Strong skills with MS Office programs, including OneDrive, Word, Excel and Powerpoint. Working knowledge of WordPress CMS website support and design, QuickBooks Online or similar accounting software. Maintain database using MailChimp. Strong organizational skills and proven ability to work independently. 30 hours per week to begin immediately in our Pecos office.

How to apply: Please email a cover letter, resume and references to Carol Johnson at carolj@cybermesa.com

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Workforce & Personnel Director
YouthWorks
Posted September 23, 2019

The Workforce & Personnel Director is responsible for the development, management, and oversight of youth workforce training and staff development initiatives. This position works collaboratively and strategically with the other members of the leadership team to ensure operational objectives and organizational goals are met.

How to apply: Send resume to Melynn Schuyler, Executive Director, melynn@santafeyouthworks.org

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Project Director
Santa Fe Community Foundation

Posted September 21, 2019

The Santa Fe Community Foundation is currently seeking collaborative, outcome-driven candidates for the position of Project Director. The position will lead two important projects at the Foundation focused on young parents and early childhood – Expanding Opportunity for Young Families (EOYF) and the Santa Fe Baby FundExpanding Opportunity for Young Families (EOYF) is a new nine-month pilot initiative funded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation (AECF) to conduct a landscape scan and create a plan for expanding opportunities and pathways for young parents and their children in Santa Fe and more broadly throughout New Mexico. Santa Fe Community Foundation will serve as a “hub” bringing together a coalition of multi-sector partners across Santa Fe and New Mexico for the project. The Santa Fe Baby Fund is an initiative of the Santa Fe Community Foundation funded by an initial $1.1 million gift to promote the healthy development of babies and toddlers in Santa Fe County. The Baby Fund provides annual competitive and strategic grantmaking and also engages in community leadership efforts to raise awareness of the critical importance of investing in early childhood and raise additional funds to support sustained grantmaking and activities of the program.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
Applications are due October 3, 2019 for priority considerations.

Learn more about this position.


Philanthropy Associate
Santa Fe Community Foundation
Posted September 21, 2019

The Santa Fe Community Foundation is currently seeking collaborative, professional candidates for the position of Philanthropy Associate. This is a split position, requiring Coordination of the W. K. Kellogg-Funded grant, Catalyzing Community Giving (50%), and Community Philanthropy Team Support (50%). The position will lead two important aspects of our work at the Foundation focused on building Native American donor networks and supporting our development team in the area of Community Philanthropy.  In respect to the Native American donor networks, the work involved in this position work will expand Native American (NA) donor networks; engage in Native American-focused research in New Mexico; develop and disseminate a deeper understanding of philanthropic practice within Native American communities; and work with partners in New Mexico and the other WKKF-funded Catalyzing Community Giving cohorts. The other part of the position involves providing direct support to the Director of Development and the Philanthropy Team, which includes the Vice President for Community Philanthropy, the President & CEO, and the Communications and Marketing Officer.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis as soon as they come in prior to October 3, 2019 and after that until position is filled.

Learn more about this position.


Membership & Development Administration Coordinator
New Mexico Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Posted September 18, 2019

Assist Executive Director and manage wide variety of high volume tasks including event planning, membership database and services, development and overall office administration. Candidate will be extremely proficient with MS Office programs, written and oral communication and able to use new hardware and software, including WordPress. The job requires strong organizational skills, ability to manage multiple projects, prioritize tasks effectively and efficiently, and show strong attention to detail. Candidate should demonstrate initiative and think creatively. Flexible hours with a minimum of 25-30/week to begin as soon as possible. Start pay of $20-$23/hour. Email info@nmcdla.org for full job description.

How to apply: Please email a cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references to info@nmcdla.org

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Director of Finance and Administration
Performance Santa Fe
Posted September 18, 2019

This role provides management and oversight of all financial and administrative operations for Performance Santa Fe. The spectrum of responsibility ranges from day-to-day operations to long-term financial strategy and annual budget planning alongside the Executive and Artistic Director, while filing and reporting all transactions in accordance with GAAP. The Manager of Finance and Administration also supports the Board of Directors’ Finance Committee as needed.

How to apply: Send resume to helen@performancesantafe.org

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Director of Development
Performance Santa Fe
Posted September 18, 2019

The Director of Development is responsible for leading, planning and implementing philanthropic revenue-generating channels. He/she will build and fortify new and existing relationships with top-level donors and prospects to achieve philanthropic goals for Performance Santa Fe. The successful candidate must possess significant sales and personal approach marketing abilities, capitalizing on the organization’s unique assets and donor recognition benefits to encourage increased philanthropic investment. The Director of Development partners with the Executive and Artistic Director to expand and diversify total philanthropic support from individuals, foundations and corporations, particularly in the areas of annual fund and major gifts.

How to apply: Send resume to chad@performancesantafe.org

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Transitional Housing Advocate
Community Against Violence
Posted September 10, 2019

Responsible for assessing and supporting CAV client housing needs. The Advocate provides supportive services during program enrollment and seeks to advocate for clients as needed. It is also the responsibility of the advocate to provide case management for clients to make sure that they are safe and working to meet goals of self-sufficiency and living a violence-free life. The advocate will oversee compliance with program guidelines and will coordinate services to clients of the program with other advocates and agencies as part of on-going service plans. Provide crisis intervention, personal and legal advocacy, individual life skills coaching and peer counseling for emergency shelter and transitional housing survivors.

How to apply: info@taoscav.org, www.taoscav.org, 945 Salazar Road,Taos NM 87571

Deadline for applications: Open until filled


Community Educator
Community Against Violence
Posted September 10, 2019

To address the root causes of domestic and sexual violence in Taos County by promoting CAV and our mission toward ending violence and supporting survivors of violence. To assist community members in finding ways they can end domestic and sexual violence. Deliver violence prevention programming and outreach services throughout Taos County through school-based youth trainings, community groups, workshops, and other strategies on preventing domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.

How to apply: info@taoscav.org, www.taoscav.org, 945 Salazar Road Taos, NM 87571

Deadline for applications: Open until filled


Executive Director
The National Hispanic Cultural Center
Posted September 4, 2019

The National Hispanic Cultural Center is seeking an exceptional individual to fill the position of Executive Director. The NHCC is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and advancement of Hispanic culture, arts, and humanities. It is located in Albuquerque's historic and culturally vibrant Barelas neighborhood and consists of a history and literary arts program (including a library and genealogy center), a performing arts program, and a visual arts program (including a museum). The NHCC is a Division of the State of New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs and is supported by by the National Hispanic Cultural Center Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization. This is a full-time, exempt position. The Executive Director reports to the Secretary of Cultural Affairs and to the Center’s Board of Directors. This position requires seasoned administrator and talented personnel manager, with a track record of successful leadership of a multidisciplinary organization, a professional staff, and a large facility. The Executive Director supervises a dedicated staff of up to thirty (30). EEO/AA. Competitive salary and generous benefits package. See http://www.nhccnm.org.

For best consideration,  a cover letter addressing the minimum and preferred qualificaitons and a resume with three references should be postmarked and sent to:

NHCC Executive Director Search 
Department of Cultural Affairs
407 Galisteo Street, Suite 260
Santa Fe, NM 87501
ATTN: Office of the Secretary

Deadline: Open until filled.


Communications Associate
Conservation Voters New Mexico
Posted September 4, 2019

The role will be responsible for coordinating and implementing our strategic online mobilization program to engage organizational supporters in the political and policy-making arenas on behalf of the environment. We are looking for a creative, ambitious, self- motivated individual with excellent oral and written communications skills in both English and Spanish that thrives working both independently and in a team environment. We are seeking someone who understands or is curious to learn how people and organizations build political power and create change. Visit www.cvnm.org for the full job posting.

How to apply: Please send resume, cover letter, and 3 references to careers@cvnm.org with “Communications Associate” in the subject line.

Deadline for applications: September 23, 2019


Major Gifts Officer (full or part-time)
New Mexico Appleseed
Posted September 4, 2019

Incredible opportunity to work with high performing nonprofit. Focus on gifts $2500 and up. Must have demonstrated experience cultivating and securing major gifts. Looking for focused, kind and funny, team players. Great benefits and competitive pay.

How to apply:Email resume and cover to jramo@nmappleseed.org


Facilities Assistant, Randall Davey Audubon Center & Sanctuary
Audubon New Mexico
Posted September 4, 2019

The purpose of the Facilities Assistant position is to provide support the Center Manager in all operational functions of the Randall Davey Audubon Center & Sanctuary (RDAC). These operational functions include performing maintenance work for the buildings, grounds, equipment and vehicles at the RDAC or to contract to have the work done when necessary; collaborating with the staff on facilities use and planning; collaboratively manage and improve the site for wildlife with Center Manager and volunteers; and coordinating with volunteers, whenever possible, for gardening, building and grounds upkeep, trails maintenance and other tasks. The Facilities Assistant will regularly interact with the public and with diverse populations of visitors from around the world.

How to apply: https://nm.audubon.org/about-us/job-openings

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Public Lands & Wildlife Advocate
Conservation Voters New Mexico & CVNM Education Fund
Posted September 4, 2019

We are seeking a full-time exempt Public Lands and Wildlife Advocate to develop, coordinate, and implement public policy initiatives that advance conservation on public lands, preservation and protection of wildlife, outdoor recreation, and community involvement in public lands decision making.

How to apply: Please send your resume, cover letter, and three references to careers@cvnm.org with “Public Lands and Wildlife Advocate” in the subject line.

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Executive Director
Brindle Foundation
Posted September 4, 2019

The Brindle Foundation, a small family foundation based in Santa Fe, New Mexico with a focus on Early Childhood seeks nominations and applications for the position of Executive Director.

How to apply: https://nonprofitprofessionals.com/current-searches-all/brindle-ed or Brindle-ED@nonprofitprofessionals.com

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Director of Advancement
Keres Children's Learning Center
Posted August 24, 2019

The Keres Children’s Learning Center seeks a Director of Advancement to establish enduring revenue sources for the next decade and to put in place strategies for our long-term prosperity, including support from foundations, individual donors, tribal, state and federal education dollars, our for-profit revenue stream, and an endowment.

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

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Water Resource Associate
Audubon New Mexico
Posted August 11, 2019

Reporting to the Audubon New Mexico Director of Freshwater Conservation and collaborating with the Audubon New Mexico staff, National Audubon staff, local water management agencies, and landowners, the Water Resource Associate will assist New Mexico’s efforts to develop and implement policy, market-based, restoration and strategic engagement strategies to protect and restore natural riverine ecosystems for birds and other wildlife and their habitats on New Mexico’s major rivers and tributaries, with a focus on the Rio Grande. 

How to apply: Visit https://nm.audubon.org/about-us/job-openings

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Director of Policy
Audubon New Mexico
Posted August 11, 2019

The Director of Policy will lead development and execution of a state policy agenda to advance both state and federal priorities, focusing on water, working lands, and climate conservation priorities as they relate to the conservation of at-risk bird populations. The Director is responsible for coordinating and implementing policy efforts with staff across National Audubon and New Mexico programs. This includes engaging chapters, grassroots, and partners, proactively communicating issues and positions, and helping attract contributions to execute successful policy campaigns and conservation outcomes. The Director of Policy will also be tasked with extending our digital reach to more effectively and efficiently organize our membership in New Mexico.

How to apply: Visit https://nm.audubon.org/about-us/job-openings

For more information, contact: (505) 983-4609

Fathers New Mexico

Case Manager
Posted August 7, 2019

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Opportunity Santa Fe: AmeriCorps VISTA
Posted: January 30, 2019

Support the collective impact work of Opportunity Santa Fe. Work in the areas of early childhood, HS to college transitions, out of school time initiatives, and more in the birth to career field! Visit www.opportunitysantafe.org/americorps-vista to learn more.

How to apply:

  1. Create an account on my.americorps.gov
  2. Search for Listing: Santa Fe Collective Impact - Birth to Career
  3. Click Apply Now!

Deadline for applications: Open until filled


United States Census 2020: Temporary Positions
Posted: January 30, 2019

The U.S. Census 2020 is hiring for a variety of temporary jobs, including census takers, recruiting assistants, office staff, and supervisory staff. To be eligible, you must be at least 18 years old, have a valid Social Security number, and be a U.S. citizen. Review job qualifications here.

Positions for the 2020 Census are located throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Explore our interactive map to find the pay rates in your county or municipio. Learn more and check pay rates here.

To Apply: Candidates must complete an online job application. The application includes assessment questions about your education, work, and other experience. See application process here