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Program Director of Education and Opportunity Santa Fe
Santa Fe Community Foundation

The Program Director of Education and Opportunity Santa Fe serves as a Subject Matter Expert to the Foundation’s Educational Success and Career Pathways Area of Interest (AOI) and oversees all aspects of Opportunity Santa Fe: Birth to Career. Opportunity Santa Fe (OSF) is a collective impact effort working to achieve birth to career success, wellbeing, and equity for all Santa Fe children, families, and communities. Opportunity Santa Fe takes a stand for equity in the community and says it proudly! OSF believes in centering youth and people of color in solutions and is committed to creating multilingual and multicultural spaces where intentional collaboration, learning and joy are fostered. 

Read the full job description here.

Salary range: $64,000 - $68,000 plus benefits.

To apply: Submit email application including a 1) cover letter describing motivations and specific qualifications for the position, 2) resume, and 3) three references (including at least one former or current employer and one community partner or colleague).
Please email applications to jyates@santafecf.org with SUBJECT: Program Director of Education and Opportunity Santa Fe.

Deadline to apply: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.


Literacy Aligned Regional Consortium
UNM-Taos
Posted September 18, 2020

Lead the evolution of Adult Literacy in Northern New Mexico! We are seeking a dynamic, highly skilled Supervisor of Community Education Programs to lead the
Aligned Regional Consortium (ARC) Adult Literacy Provider program. Join UNM-Taos, Rio Arriba Adult Literacy Program, ABQ-Adult Learning Center, and San Juan College ACE Adult Education Program, to re-envision and re-invigorate literacy service delivery in the Northern region. The Community Education Program Supervisor will collaborate with consortium partners, literacy providers, adult education programs, community colleges, and libraries to develop and deliver state-of-the-art literacy services and training among program participants.
Apply if you are able to lead a team, work independently and online, have high attention to detail, and are passionate about problem solving in order to deliver exceptional literacy services in New Mexico. Currently, this position requires the ability to work remotely and to travel across the region. The Community Ed Program Supervisor reports to the Director for Student Support Services as part of the Office of Academic Affairs at UNM-Taos.

APPLY ONLINE TODAY:
unmjobs.unm.edu
Select “Taos Campus” on sidebar filter.
Posting # req1361


Program Manager
Tomorrow's Women (formerly Creativity for Peace)
Posted September 18, 2020

Tomorrow’s Women (formerly Creativity for Peace) is announcing a full-time job opening for a Program Manager based in Santa Fe. The Program Manager is responsible for all programs in the United States. Management includes daily operations, program evaluation, and supervision of staff and interns as well as the yearly intensive camp in New Mexico and local programs for youth and adults. A wonderful opportunity to empower young women throughout the Middle East and New Mexico. Diverse applicants who speak a second language are encouraged to apply.

Applications for this position will be accepted through September 30th, 2020. Please complete this online application and submit your resume/CV with a cover letter to Tarrie Burnett, Executive Director at tarrie@tomorrowswomen.org with your NAME and PROGRAM MANAGER in the subject line. Email tarrie@tomorrowswomen.org to request a complete job description.


SAR Grant Manager
School for Advanced Research
Posted September 9, 2020

Full-time, non-exempt position manages all aspects of the organization’s grants process. Duties include research, proposals, budgets, reports, compliance, meetings, and events. Visit: www.sarweb.org for full position description.

You: Possess a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum three years’ experience in grant writing or proven success as a grant writer for corporate, foundation, and government grants; have exceptional presentation and writing skills; computer proficiency in Microsoft Office suite, use the Internet for research; have the ability to work well under pressure; creativity; self-motivation; strong interpersonal skills; and desire to work with our development team.

Apply: Submit in one PDF your cover letter, résumé, and three professional references to sandoval@sarsf.org. Filename includes your last name. Position open until filled, first application review will be Thursday October 1, 2020.


Education Outreach Specialist
United Way of Santa Fe County
Posted September 9, 2020

This position provides culturally sensitive community outreach, organization of community events to families in Santa Fe County. The focus of this outreach and community engagement is to support women early in their pregnancy and includes, but is not limited to the following: non-traditional, grassroots outreach to Santa Fe’s most under served families, identification of families to participate in appropriate United Way programs, and connecting families with appropriate resources (with a focus on connecting women early in their pregnancy to prenatal care). The Outreach Specialist must participate in relevant program activities, such as training and supervision. Extensive local travel is required and all activities must be documented in electronic and other files. Visit our website for more details: https://www.uwsfc.org/about-us/employment-opportunities/


Development Director
New Mexico Environmental Law Center
Posted September 2, 2020

The Development Director works closely with the Executive Director in developing and implementing a diversified organizational fundraising plan which concentrates on growing our major donor support, growing our foundation support, and planning special events. See entire announcement and how to apply: nmelc.org/employment/

Please apply by September 21, 2020.


Communications Specialist
New Mexico Environmental Law Center
Posted September 2, 2020

The Communications Specialist will lead the organization’s internal and external communications, and will create communications’ processes that further the organization’s mission.
Bachelor’s degree and at least 2-4 years of demonstrated experience working in communications, public relations, and/or marketing
Applicants should submit resume, cover letter, work samples (optional), and three references electronically to Dr. Virginia Necochea, Executive Director at vnecochea@nmelc.org. All required documents must be submitted electronically. Incomplete submissions will not be considered. Interviews may be conducted via online video conference based on guidance from government/health agencies.

Please apply by September 21, 2020


Part-Time Advocate
Tri County Family Justice Center - Las Vegas, NM

Posted September 2, 2020

Tri-County Family Justice Center is a Domestic Violence Agency in Las Vegas NM, and is seeking (1) Part-Time Advocate. The Domestic Violence Advocate provides direct trauma informed advocacy to include assistance in the completion of Orders of Protection, DV Education and case management services for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence and stalking. Required: Bachelor’s degree and/or one year experience in a domestic violence related field or victim services, or combination of education and experience as approved by the Executive Director.


Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
Notah Begay III (NB3) Foundation

Posted September 2, 2020

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will develop and lead the financial strategy for the entire organization, including business planning, budgeting, forecasting, negotiations and annual audits. The CFO will oversee the finance department and collaborate closely with the executive management team and Board of Directors to create projections and reports, manage capital investments and ensure the financial stability of a growing nonprofit organization with an annual budget of approximately $2.5 million. Possessing specialized nonprofit financial management skills, experience with financial software applications, and the ability to work with national funding sources, federal grants and complex budgets and creative talent will be essential for success. The ideal candidate will be a seasoned, entrepreneurial leader committed to the mission of the NB3 Foundation and able to see the heart of the work beyond the numbers, actively contributing to changing the lives of Native American children by connecting financial management to meaningful outcomes.

Please visit website for full job posting and full details of responsibilities. Send resume and cover letter addressing how you meet the qualifications to hr@nb3f.org. Priority application deadline for this position is September 15, 2020.


Co-Director of Marketing and Sales
El Castillo Life Plan Community
Posted September 2, 2020

El Castillo Life Plan Community seeks a dynamic, creative and high-performing sales and marketing professional to fill our Co-Director of Marketing and Sales position. The shared responsibilities include developing key sales strategies and action plans that lead to independent living occupancy for active seniors. Positive interactions with current residents, prospects, fellow staff members and the Santa Fe community at large are important to the position. The candidate works directly with the CEO, along with the Co-Director, and other loyal senior management team members to support the community’s operations. The candidate has an understanding of the needs and wants of an active senior population with a successful background in the senior living industry, professionial sales, real estate, and/or property management. We are seeking well-seasoned applicants from the Santa Fe area.

Qualifications
• Bachelor's degree or equivalent with proven executive experience in sales and marketing
• Excellent communication, listening, negotiation, and presentation skills on telephone, in person and virtually
• Working knowledge of MS Word, Outlook, Excel, CRM systems, social media and various e-communication and marketing platforms
• Demonstrated ability to develop strategies for expanding the brand of the organization through events, collaborations, sponsorships, targeted advertising, and referral-base development
• Proven ability to present varied aspects of services and value proposition to prospects to successfully drive the sales process from plan, to close, to occupancy
• Background in managing budgets, calendars, sensitive time frames, handling of confidential information and working effectively with a team

Salaried position, plus bonuses, in an office environment, after hours and weekend work probable

For full job description and to send resume/letter of interest, please email lorinabbey@elcnm.com

Job Announcement closes 9/10/2020


Finance Manager
New Mexico Land Conservancy
Posted September 2, 2020

NMLC seeks a positive, motivated and self-starting manager to oversee its finances, administration and operations; to help run an efficient, smooth and effective office and facility; and to support other organizational development and administrative activities as needed. The position reports to the Executive Director, works closely with other staff and professional service providers. Must have at least an Associate’s degree in accounting plus at least 3 years full charge bookkeeping and office administrative experience (nonprofit experience preferred) and be proficient with Excel, Quickbooks, MS Office, and database management. Starting salary range $50,000-$55,000 per year, DOE, plus health & PTO benefits.


Co-Executive Director
Santa Fe Dreamers Project
Posted September 2, 2020

Santa Fe Dreamers Project (SFDP) is a dynamic, young non-profit organization that, in five short years, has grown from one attorney working out of a supply closet to a staff of over 20, in two states and three cities, with clients all throughout New Mexico and several other states. SFDP currently provides legal services for a large variety of detained and non-detained cases, in addition to innovative support programs, including therapeutic services and post-release sponsorship for our formerly detained clients. SFDP works in coalition with other organizations with national scope to advocate both individually for our clients and collectively for changes in our immigration system.

We are seeking individuals to serve as Directors, who should be able to continue to develop the organization as a pillar of support to the immigrant community and a rewarding place to work, in line with our organizational mission and values.

To Apply: Visit this link.


The Finance + Administration Manager
Performance Santa Fe

Posted August 18, 2020

The Finance + Administration Manager reports to the Executive + Artistic Director. 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 + Artistic Director, while filing and reporting all transactions in accordance with GAAP. The Finance + Administration Manager also supports the Board of Directors’ Finance Committee as needed.

To apply: send resume to chad@performancesantafe.org


Pod Leader/Curricular Support
Greer Mount
Posted August 18, 2020

Looking for an experienced, creative, educator to support eight students (ages 8-12) in navigating online curriculum from the Santa Fe Public Schools. This will include helping them log on to class meetings, and complete and submit assignments. Students will cover all grade-level standards including English Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, and Science in their online curriculum. Applicant should ideally be able to provide supplemental educational material to keep students engaged and help them develop and hone a love of learning. On-site hours willbe M-Th, 8am – 4pm and Friday 8-12. $40,000.00 to $50,000.00 for 12-month contract depending on experience and qualifications. Will follow public school calendar through mid
May. In summer months, hours and curriculum may shift. Instruction will be in person, masked and with appropriate social distancing. Strict hygiene
procedures will be in place following CDC guidelines.

Start date August 17, 2020.

Interested parties please send letter of interest and resume to greermountsf@gmail.com


Assistant to Pod Leader/Extra-Curricular Coordinator
Greer Mount

Posted August 18, 2020

Looking for a creative, flexible addition to a pod of 8 students (ages 8-12). Applicant will be responsible for assisting pod leader in support of students navigating online curriculum from Santa Fe Public Schools. Students will need help logging on to class meetings and completing and submitting assignments. Students will cover all grade-level standards including English Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, and Science in their online curriculum. Applicant will be responsible for developing and coordinating extra-curricular activities, which will include field
trips. Hours will be M-Th, 10am – 6pm and Friday 8-12. $35,000.00 - $45,000.00 for a twelve-month contract depending on experience and qualifications. Instruction will be in person, masked and with appropriate social distancing. Strict hygiene procedures will be in place following CDC guidelines.

Position begins August 17, 2020. Send letter of interest and resume to greermountsf@gmail.com


Office Administrator
Camino de Paz Montessori Secondary School & Farm
Posted August 10, 2020

Camino de Paz Montessori Secondary School is seeking an Office Administrator to join its high school and middle school staff. The Office Administrator is responsible for the daily operations of the Camino de Paz’s dual campus sites and for maintaining a warm, supportive, and hospitable environment. The Office Administrator is responsible for organization, communication, and institutional memory and will directly support the school's mission.This staff member works closely with all staff and faculty members and reports to the Education Director and Farm Director.

Additional details provided upon request: patriciap@caminodepaz.net

Further description of duties, responsibilities and work environment will be forwarded upon submission of resume and CV.


Membership Coordinator
Santa Fe Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Posted August 10, 2020

Position Summary
Membership Coordinator is responsible for the development and growth of the Santa Fe Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Chamber’s members. Additionally, this position is accountable for the effective operation of all Chamber activities to include developing and implement program initiatives, membership recruitment, development and retention, and interaction with the Santa Fe community.

Membership Coordinator Job Duties
•Engages in planned activities leading to the recruitment and securing of new memberships, promotion of membership by continuously interacting with Santa Fe business community, business owners and leaders
•Works to enhance member’s professional and financial position through use of business exposure, educational experiences and training opportunities
•Advises on a consistent manner and informs members on the chamber’s new programs, current events, and available services
•Maintains, updates, and expands the Chamber’s website and social media platforms, creates innovative methods and opportunities to existing and potential members
•Plan, promote, market, and implement Business After Hours events

Strategy and Sales
•Improve the Chamber’s financial situation through growth of membership, increasing corporate partnerships and grants
•Ensure securing of grant funding along with increasing corporations and governmental funding sources
•Enhance, maintain, and manage relationships with business owners while maintaining a special interest for Hispanic owned business/entrepreneurs
•Develop Monthly Newsletter and attend monthly Chamber Board meeting

To send resume or for more information please email SFHCC President David Fresquez: info@caresource.life or call: 505-920-9486.


Director of Development, Planned Giving
UNM Foundation, Inc.
Posted August 10, 2020

The University of New Mexico Foundation seeks applications for the position of Director of Development, Planned Giving. This is a part time position (32 hours a week) with a competitive benefits package. The Director reports to the Associate Vice President of Planned Giving and will work closely with foundation and university leadership, unit based Development Directors, faculty, staff, volunteers and others to identify prospects, cultivate relationships, develop strategies leading to solicitation, and steward planned gift donors.

Please visit our website www.unmfund.org/careers to submit your application, resume and cover letter.


Shift Supervisor, Full Time
Casa Familia Urgent Transition Center
Posted August 10, 2020

Able to respond to crisis situations that might arise. Comfortable working with children and families. Housekeeping duties also required. Must have effective communication skills and able to work in a high stress environment, and ability to work well in a group setting with colleagues and other community members. Assisting with the responsibilities of daily office operations including answering phones, assisting the public, receiving and sorting donations, monitoring and supervising guests.

Please contact casafamilia@steshelter.org for more information


Social Media and Marketing Admin Assistant
Street Homeless Animal Project
Posted August 3, 2020

This is a part-time (up to 10 hours per week) job for someone who thrives on social media and communication and has excellent skills. You'd be working for the ED and marketing/fundraising team from your home using your computer and phone to help this animal welfare organization run our program. Upcoming work includes virtual events (FB LIVE/Zoom), magazine articles, end-of-year annual appeal, monthly newsletter, and data entry.

Please send resume and cover letter to nmstreethomelessanimalproject@gmail.com
Open now until filled


Site Coordinator, Espanola, NM
Communities In Schools of New Mexico
Posted August 3, 2020

Working in partnership and collaboration with the Carlos Vigil Middle School (CVMS) principal, assistant principal, leadership team, and wellness team, the CIS Site Coordinator will collaboratively build the CIS/CVMS School Support Plan aligned with the information provided in and through the CIS Needs Assessment and Asset Mapping process conducted during the previous school year. The identified integrated services and supports will address the unique school-wide issues 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 be responsible for the implementation of the CIS School Support Plan in alignment with the CIS model for Integrated Student Supports and working closely with the school staff and stakeholders to ensure success. The Site Coordinator will be responsible for case managing 30-50 students throughout the school 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, who often face overwhelming poverty or trauma-related challenges in their lives that are impacting their ability to succeed in school.

How to apply: Email cover letter, resume and how you heard about the position to info@cisnm.org.


Service Coordinators/ Developmental Specialists
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted August 3, 2020

Full time positions available for Service Coordinators/Developmental Specialists for our Family, Infant and Toddler Program. This is a dual role. Duties: assist families to access and receive early intervention services; complete intakes; evaluatations; determine eligibility; and provide Early Intervention Services in families homes. BA required. Experience with Early Childhood preferred. Positions available in Santa Fe and Espanola, NM. Must have reliable transportation. Bilingual a plus.

How to apply:
Online application www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs
Fax Resume and Cover letter 505-747-0421
Email Resume and Cover letter to jobs@lccs-nm.org


Therapist
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted August 3, 2020

Las Cumbres seeks one full time Behavioral Health Therapist to serve Rio Arriba and Los Alamos Counties. Duties include providing clinical services for children ages 0-18 and their families. Candidates must work comfortably and collaboratively with other team members, agency programs, and partner organizations, including CYFD and Family Court Services. Las Cumbres clinicians receive extensive training in evidence-based, trauma-focused treatment models, and provide specialized services for families with infants and young children, as well as those who have experienced traumatic events. Masters's Degree in counseling, art therapy, marriage and family therapy or social work required. Must be Licensed to practice in the State of New Mexico. Preference will be given to candidates with an Independent License, those who are Bilingual/Bicultural, and/or those who have earned Infant Mental Health Endorsement at a Category II, III or IV.

How to apply:
Online application www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs
Fax Resume and Cover letter 505-747-0421
Email Resume and Cover letter to jobs@lccs-nm.org


Certified Nurse Assistants
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted August 3, 2020

Full Time and Part Time Certified Nurse Assistants needed in Los Alamos to work with adults with disabilities to provide 1:1 support.  ​Will provide personal hygiene, baths, shaving, assist with travel to and from restroom, etc. Provide activities for daily living. Assist with meal prep, serving and feeding. Provide adjunct care. Maintains clients' stability by checking vital signs. Keeps strong line of communication with administrative staff, House Manager, Nurse and Operations Manager. Responsible for actively supporting individuals in all aspects of service.

How to apply:
Online application www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs
Fax Resume and Cover letter 505-747-0421
Email Resume and Cover letter to jobs@lccs-nm.org


Family Navigator - Community Based Abuse Prevention, Intervention and Reunification Program
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted August 3, 2020

The CBPIR program focuses on providing services to parents and primary/secondary caregivers of children 0-18 years of age to prevent child abuse and neglect. This position works to improve parent-child interaction and health child development in addition to increasing parents and primary/secondary caregivers' knowledge of and ability to meet children's developmental needs.
Key qualities to be successful in this role include: an outgoing personality, great communication and problem solving skills, highly organized and flexible. Must be proficient in data entry, ability to learn databases and must have reliable transportation for home visitations. BA in Social Work or a related Human Services field preferred. Combination of education and experience totaling (6) six years may be considered in lieu of degree. Bilingual preferred. Valid New Mexico's Driver's License. Position located in Taos County.

How to apply:
Online application www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs
Fax Resume and Cover letter 505-747-0421
Email Resume and Cover letter to jobs@lccs-nm.org


Healthy Baby Navigator
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted August 3, 2020

The Navigator provides community and home-based services to expectant mothers that are impacted by social determinants of health. Navigators partner with expectant mothers and families to understand their personal and individual needs. The Navigator provides information to community partners about the program to build relationships and program referrals. Navigators promote pre-natal and post-natal health through connecting expectant mothers with community resources both formal and non-formal.

High school diploma, AA in early childhood development, doula, lactation, or infancy experience, or ​other related​field preferred . At least 1 year of experience working with infants, toddlers and families. Valid New Mexico Driver’s License. Bilingual Preferred. Benefits include dental, vision, flexible spending account, optional critical Illness, short-term disability, accrued leave, and paid holidays.

How to apply:
Online application www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs
Fax Resume and Cover letter 505-747-0421
Email Resume and Cover letter to jobs@lccs-nm.org


Family Navigator, Santuario Del Corazon
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted August 3, 2020

The Navigator will act as liason to support children and their families with limited English proficiency in better managing their needs until goals are reached as defined by the Santuario del Corazon team. The SDC Program focuses on providing services to children and their families who have experienced a traumatic separation with a parent/caregiver due to deportation. This position works to identify, assess, screen, and team with professionals to case manage.

How to Apply:
Online application www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs
Fax Resume and Cover letter 505-747-0421
Email Resume and Cover letter to jobs@lccs-nm.org


Development and Marketing Associate
Cancer Foundation for New Mexico
Posted July 29, 2020

The Development and Marketing Associate position will implement content creation for newsletters, website updates, social media posts, donor and auction item database management, events, donor communication and stewardship.

College degree preferred with 2-4 years of relevant experience, experience using donor management systems and social media required. Superior organizational skills and a high attention to detail along with an ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks and meet deadlines are key to this position.

• Proactive personality with strong analytical and problem-solving abilities.
• Intermediate database and social media experience.
• Capacity to learn new technologies quickly.
• Positive and collaborative team player who can work independently.
• Clear and effective written and verbal communication skills.
• Wordpress knowledge, Constant Contact, Facebook pixels, and Google Ad words experience a plus.

To apply, email a Resume and Cover Letter to barbara@cffnm.org that describes your experience in marketing and development and how you think you would be an asset.


School Age Educator
United Way of Santa Fe County
Posted July 29, 2020

The School Age Educator is responsible for creating a safe and joyous environment that supports school age children with meeting learning needs while schools implement remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. The School Age Educator is expected to be knowledgeable in elementary level curriculum to tutor children and assist them as they complete their assignments. The School Age Educator will also create and implement learning activities for the children when they are not participating in online classes or completing schoolwork. The School Age Educator 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.

To Apply: https://www.uwsfc.org/about-us/employment-opportunities/

Deadline: Open until filled.


Climate & Energy Advocate
Conservation Voters New Mexico
Posted July 29, 2020

We are seeking a full-time exempt Climate & Energy Advocate to develop, coordinate, and implement public policy initiatives that advance New Mexico’s leadership to address climate change, development of clean energy resources, and just transition. We are looking for an ambitious, collaborative, and goal-driven individual who enjoys working with a team, understands the importance of civic engagement in the policy process, and is passionate about climate and energy advocacy.
Qualifications:
● Minimum 3+ years working on issues related to climate change, utility regulation, energy
policy or issue advocacy.
● Knowledge of how of how a bill becomes a law and city/county/state policy processes.
● Knowledge of Navajo Nation and/or Tribal Government policy processes is a plus.

To Apply: Please send your resume, cover letter, and three references to careers@cvnm.org with “Climate and Energy Advocate” in the subject line.

Deadline: Open until filled.


Bilingual Psychotherapist Full-Time
Solace Crisis Treatment Center
Posted July 22, 2020

The Bilingual Psychotherapist 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.

To Apply: Email a letter of interest, resume, and three professional references to the Clinical Manager, Denise Moore, at dmoore@findsolace.org.

Deadline: Open until filled.


Psychotherapist Full Time
Solace Crisis Treatment Center
Posted July 22, 2020

The Psychotherapist provides evidence-based treatment and complex trauma psychotherapy treatment to all survivors (adult and children) of sexual violence.

To Apply: Email a letter of interest, resume, and three professional references to the Clinical Manager, Denise Moore, at dmoore@findsolace.org.

Deadline: Open until filled.


Shift Supervisor- Temporary or Permanent
Casa Familia Shelter
Posted July 15, 2020

Oversees daily shelter functions, supervises house operations, assists in crisis management when necessary, participates in weekly case conferencing and assists in cleaning of shelter.

To Apply: Please email resume and references to program manager Cara Latil at carasuz67@hotmail.com.

Deadline: Open until filled.


Case Manager
Santa Fe Recovery Center
Posted July 1, 2020

Provides Case Management to clients in Women and Children's residential facility. Assesses clients needs, assists in setting goals and finding resources to obtain them. CPSW certification required.

To Apply: Please visit https://www.sfrecovery.org/careers/ to apply online

Deadline: Open until filled.