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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.

Submissions for the next week's eNews due close of business the Friday before publication.

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Development Finance Officer
New Mexico Highlands University Foundation
Posted November 24, 2020

The incumbent in this position is responsible for all finance-related work in the office including cash management, data entry, check processing, journal entries, fund balancing, budget entry, and year‐end closing activities. The position reports to the Director of Advancement. This position is covered under a collective bargaining unit; upon successful completion of probationary status, the terms and conditions of the CBA will apply. For full job description and to apply, visit our website.


Executive Assistant for the Alumni, Foundation, and Strategic Enrollment Management Division
New Mexico Highlands University
Posted November 24, 2020

The Executive Assistant for the Alumni, Foundation, and Strategic Enrollment Management Division provides high-level administrative assistance and support to the Vice President of Student and Donor Engagement and oversees all office functions. Acts as the primary point of contact for both internal and external constituencies on all matters pertaining to the office and assists and represents the office principal in communicating with constituents. Researches, prioritizes, and follow-up on multiple issues and concerns addressed to the office principal, including those of a sensitive and/or confidential nature. Manages a variety of special projects, some of which may have institutional impact. For full job description and to apply, visit our website.


Development Associate
National Ghost Ranch Foundation
Posted November 24, 2020

The National Ghost Ranch Foundation seeks an experienced fundraising administrative support specialist. This position manages the logistical and technical aspects of a comprehensive donor management system with primary responsibility for timely and accurate gift entry into Raiser’s Edge, timely acknowledgment letters, and creating a wide variety of reports as needed.

Qualifications:
1. Excellent people skills, communication skills (written and verbal), critical thinking ability, and time management skills.
2. Ability to maintain positive relations with donors and ensure the integrity of development processes.
3. Strong technical skills in database management and customer relationship management applications (Raiser’s Edge experience strongly preferred).
4. Bachelor’s degree in fundraising, communications, marketing, or related field.

This position reports to the Director of Development and is a full-time hourly position with full benefits. To apply, please send your resume and a cover letter to hr@ghostranch.org. The cover letter should describe your interest and qualifications for the position.


Director of Philanthropy
Girls Inc. of Santa Fe
Posted November 24, 2020

What if you could work with a dynamic team of individuals motivated to inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold? Do you believe that strong relationships are the heart of philanthropy? Do you want to work for an organization that lives their mission and values through true empowerment of girls, staff, board, donors, and volunteers?

Girls Inc. of Santa Fe is looking for a Director of Philanthropy to achieve our Bold Goal of inspiring 1,500 girls annually. We have a vision for a world in which every girl values her whole self, discovers her inherent strengths, can push past obstacles, and achieve her goals. We strive for a world in which all girls can grow up strong, smart, and bold and become healthy, educated, and independent adults.

If you share this vision, then this is the dream job you seek! Visit our website for a complete position description at girlsincofsantafe.org/employment-opportunities/


Chief Philanthropy Officer
Girls Inc. of Santa Fe
Posted November 24, 2020

Girls Inc. of Santa Fe is looking for a Chief Philanthropy Officer to achieve our Bold Goal of inspiring 1,500 girls annually. We have a vision for a world in which every girl values her whole self, discovers her inherent strengths, can push past obstacles, and achieve her goals. We strive for a world in which all girls can grow up strong, smart, and bold and become healthy, educated, and independent adults. If you share this vision, then this is the dream job you seek!

Email resume and a cover letter to hr@girlsincofsantafe.org that describes your experience managing development departments and why you think you’ll be an asset to our organization. This application process will remain open until an ideal candidate is found. For more information about this position visit our website: girlsincofsantafe.org/employment-opportunities/


Executive Director
Con Alma Health Foundation
Posted November 24, 2020

The new ED will succeed Con Alma’s esteemed, long-serving Executive Director who will be retiring. Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the ED will implement the Foundation’s mission and values through its programs and operations; and direct the development, planning, evaluation, resource development, staffing, and coordination of all Foundation activities. S/he will lead strategic planning and evaluation efforts and ensure that the Foundation’s strategic plan is continually updated to meet mission needs. The ED will consult with the Community Advisory Committee, a group of respected advisors who serve as a resource to provide insight on the health care needs and trends within the communities. Finally, the ED will serve as a public representative for Con Alma and work collaboratively with partners across sectors (nonprofit, philanthropic, governmental, private/business) on behalf of communities.

The ideal candidate will have substantial work and leadership experience in a relevant field, fostering collaboration and support for positive change within the context of New Mexico’s diverse communities. S/he will bring experience from working and partnering in various systems that impact health equity and foster success broadly for communities. S/he will possess deep knowledge of systems change and experience addressing health disparities through dealing with the broad social, economic and place-based forces affecting the social determinants of health. S/he will have the ability to oversee the development and implementation of programs and possess the skills to facilitate authentic, productive dialogue within diverse communities and settings. The ED will have demonstrated success in protecting, preserving and increasing organizational assets; and in leading a dedicated, strong, diverse team in navigating change and achieving mission success.

For full job description and to apply, visit website here: https://recruitcrm.io/apply/24911216


Director, Leadership Giving for the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture and the Office of Archaeological Studies (Full-time Exempt)
Museum of New Mexico Foundation
Posted November 17, 2020

The Director is responsible for all development activities for the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (MIAC) and the Office of Archaeological Studies (OAS). As a critical member of the Development team, the director leads the Trustee and Major Giving programs and provides support to the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. For full job description and instructions on how to apply, please visit our website: https://www.museumfoundation.org/employment/


Contract Child Therapist
Child Counseling Center and Play Therapy Institute
Posted November 9, 2020

Child Counseling Center and Play Therapy Institute is an innovative, rapidly growing outpatient mental health center specializing in supporting children and their families. Located in Santa Fe, NM, we offer a creative, child-centered atmosphere and provide effective, compassionate, and child-friendly interventions for our clients.

• independently licensed masters level therapists with either a LCSW, LMFT, or LPCC credential

• wanting 10 or more billable hours a week

• knowledge of play therapy and/or art therapy (RPT would be preferred)

• willing to work towards RPT if not credentialed yet

• therapists with at least 2 years experience working with children or adolescents

• part-time or full-time

• experience with intakes, parenting support, and modalities like Circle of Security, Chlid Centered Play Therapy strongly encouraged

• therapists who are professional, compassionate, team-players, with innovative ideas to bring to the table.

Are you looking for a place where you will be supported, respected and appreciated for the work you do as a therapist?

We are looking for clinically licensed therapists with a passion for working with children and families.

You must be currently licensed in the State of New Mexico as an LPCC, LCSW, LMFT, or Ph. D.Master's Degree or higher is required. You must carry your own Professional Liability Insurance.

Interest or experience in Play Therapy, Sand Tray Therapy, and/or Sand Play Therapy required. We are especially interested in hiring those with specializations in trauma, PTSD, depression, anxiety, and grief. RPT credentialed therapists encouraged. We are looking for clinicians with a wide range of modalities that want to serve the community with integrity, compassion, kindness, and connection. You can work with the clients you prefer to work with. Enjoy being a counselor.


Part-Time Office Manager
Child Counseling Center and Play Therapy Institute
Posted November 9, 2020

Child Counseling Center and Play Therapy Institute is hiring a part time Office Manager to be responsible for the general operation of our office. Duties will involve greeting visitors, answering incoming phone calls, purchasing office supplies and keeping an inventory, and other duties to ensure the organization is running efficiently. You will also be required to maintain the social media accounts for the non-profit organization.
To be a successful hire, you will need to have experience in office administration. You will also need to be proficient in Microsoft Office applications such as Word and Excel and with GSuite applications and social media platforms. The ability to communicate empathetically with people in crisis situations is crucial.

This will start at 5 hours a week. Please contact Suzy@childcounselingcenterofnm.com. There is not a deadline at this time.


Santa Fe Director of Development
National Dance Institute New Mexico
Posted November 9, 2020

The Santa Fe Director of Development at the National Dance Institute New Mexico is responsible for procuring major gifts and supervising the Santa Fe annual giving, membership and event programs. This position will work closely with board members and the development staff to identify and qualify new prospects, maintain and refresh board and staff portfolios, and actively cultivate, solicit, and steward major gift donors. This position will also serve as copywriter for marketing and donor recognition materials in cooperation with the Marketing & Communications Manager. To read full job description and apply online, please go to https://www.ndi-nm.org/.


Library Director
Embudo Valley Library and Community Center
Posted November 9, 2020

Embudo Valley Library and Community Center seeks a non-profit Library Director who will administer library operations, oversee program development, fundraise, report on, and advocate for the library, supervise staff and volunteers, run summer reading and early literacy programs, work with and report to the governing board to implement the library’s strategic plan, work 32 to 40 hours/week. To apply, send a letter of interest, resume, three references, and college transcripts to marciarbrenden@gmail.com. Applications will be reviewed until the position is filled. For priority consideration, submit your materials by 5pm 11/25/20. See full job announcement at https://www.embudovalleylibrary.org/news.


First Born Program Home Visitor, Full time (40 hours per week)
United Way of Santa Fe County
Posted November 9, 2020

United Way of Santa Fe County offers a position to provide culturally sensitive, in-home and community visitation services to first time families (prenatal and postpartum) within Santa Fe County. The home visitor provides education and support through use of reflective listening and utilizes structured curriculum to provide optimal opportunities for child and family growth and development. The home visitor assists families in linking with relevant community resources and completes developmental and other screens as required by program standards. The home visitor must participate in relevant program activities, such as training and supervision. Extensive local travel is required, as well as working some evening and weekend hours, and all activities must be documented in electronic and other files.

Position open until filled. To apply, please complete the UWSFC Application for Employment here: https://www.uwsfc.org/uwsfc-application-employment/


Part-Time Bookkeeper and Office Manager
Santa Fe Nonprofit (private listing)
Posted November 3, 2020

Part-Time Bookkeeper and Office Manager: we are a small nonprofit in Santa Fe in need of a an experienced nonprofit bookkeeper and office manager. Must have experience with grant funding and nonprofit budgets. Must have exceptional attention to detail and be willing to be in the office at least one or two days a week.

Send send your CV and cover letter to policywonks@outlook.com.


Site Coordinator
Communities In Schools of New Mexico
Posted November 3, 2020

Working in partnership with the school principal, leadership team, and wellness team, CIS Site Coordinators 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, who often face overwhelming poverty or trauma-related challenges in their lives that are impacting their ability to succeed in school. Visit https://www.cisnm.org/careers for more information.

To apply, please email cover letter, resume and how you learned about the position to info@cisnm.org.


Director of Operations and Finance
New Mexico Environmental Law Center
Posted October 28, 2020

Serve as a partner to the Executive Director on the organization's administrative and operational processes, developing and improving systems as the organization grows.
● Expertise in nonprofit financial management and investments.
● Manage the organization’s budget, accounts payable and receivable, financial forecasting, monthly and quarterly reports, audits, and cash flow.
● Manage contract invoices and foundation financial reports in partnership with the Development Director.
● Human Resource responsibilities including processing payroll, recruiting and working with other staff to onboard new hires, keeping track of leave/vacation, and
benefits.
● Ensure nonprofit compliance by managing organizational insurance, state and federal filings, and Board documents.
Applicants should submit resume, cover letter, and three references electronically to Dr. Virginia Necochea, Executive Director at vnecochea@nmelc.org.
Deadline: Open Until Filled


Certified Nurse Assistants
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted October 28, 2020

Full Time and Part Time Certified Nurse Assistant's 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.

To apply:
Web Application- www.lascumbres-nm.org
Fax: 505-747-0421
Email: jobs@lccs-nm.org


Direct Support Personnel
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted October 28, 2020

Full Time and Part Time Direct Support Personnel needed in Chama, Espanola and Los Alamos to work with adults with disabilities. Direct Support Personnel are responsible for working directly with individuals served at assigned worksite(s) and providing the personal assistance and supervision required for individuals served to improve and maintain quality of life as outlined in Individual Service Plans. Responsible for actively supporting individuals in all aspects of service.

Web Application: www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs
Fax: 505-747-0421
Email: jobs@lccs-nm.org


Business Administrator
Conservation Voters New Mexico
Posted October 26, 2020

Conservation Voters New Mexico is seeking an experienced and engaged Business Administrator to manage the administrative, accounting, scheduling, and overall internal functioning of our offices. This position plays a key role in overseeing the implementation of CVNM’s operational, administrative, human resources and financial systems in order to support organizational goals. Superb interpersonal and leadership skills are vital for this role, as teamwork is important for our organization’s success. Suitable candidates should also be excellent written and verbal communicators, and possess the ability to prioritize multiple work demands.

To apply: Please send your resume, cover letter, and three references to careers@cvnm.org with “Business Administrator” in the subject line. Position is open until filled. No calls please. CVNM is an equal opportunity employer. Employment with CVNM is at will. If you need additional assistance to apply, please contact careers@cvnm.org.


Resource Development Director
Homewise
Posted October 20, 2020

The Homewise mission is to create successful homeowners and strengthen neighborhoods so that individuals and families can improve their long-term financial wellbeing and quality of life. We empower and support clients with financial education and coaching, real estate services, affordable mortgage lending, and down payment assistance, loan servicing, refinance and home improvement lending. We also strengthen neighborhoods by increasing homeownership through real estate development, property rehabilitation, and revitalizing communities. If you are looking for a dynamic, high-energy work environment that focuses on creating positive change, consider a career with Homewise. We offer competitive pay, full benefits, retirement, tuition reimbursement, professional development, and growth opportunities.

We are currently seeking a results-oriented strategic thinker to join our team as the Resource Development Director. The mission of the Resource Development Director is to develop and grow relationships with the philanthropic, corporate, and public sectors to provide both equity and favorable debt ensuring the financial health of Homewise. The ideal candidate is someone that has the ability to; work independently, lead, engage, motivate, and influence others to achieve company and individual growth, juggle multiple projects, communicate clearly both verbally and written, and generate innovative ideas while making decisions to solve problems.

Please visit the job opportunities page on our website to submit your resume.


Residential Services Family Advocate
Esperanza Shelter
Posted October 20, 2020

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. Shift duties include: answer crisis calls; assess and triage crises situations; assess needs of clients and address appropriately; 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; model healthy boundaries and communication, as well as, actively participate in your own self-care to manage stress and build resiliency against secondary trauma.


Educational Programs Coordinator
Homewise
Posted October 20, 2020

The Homewise mission is to create successful homeowners and strengthen neighborhoods so that individuals and families can improve their long-term financial well-being and quality of life. We empower and support clients with financial education and coaching, real estate services, affordable mortgage lending, and down payment assistance, loan servicing, refinance and home improvement lending. We also strengthen neighborhoods by increasing homeownership through real estate development, property rehabilitation, and revitalizing communities. If you are looking for a dynamic, high-energy work environment that focuses on creating positive change, consider a career with Homewise. We offer competitive pay, full benefits, retirement, tuition reimbursement, professional development, and growth opportunities.

We are seeking an outstanding customer service oriented adaptable self-starter with the ability to communicate clearly in both English and Spanish to join our team as an Educational Programs Coordinator. The mission of the Educational Programs Coordinator is to ensure Homewise provides excellent customer service by coordinating and providing impactful training and education to our staff, clients, and communities served. The ideal candidate can work independently with little to no supervision, has proven group facilitation and public speaking skills, can effectively plan, design, develop, implement, monitor, and maintain training projects to facilitate learning. The candidate must be proficient in all Microsoft Office software, including the ability to import and export data between applications, database management, and SalesForce in order to collect, pull, analyze, and present data in a timely manner.


Staff Accountant
New Mexico Immigrant Law Center
Posted October 20, 2020

The Staff Accountant at New Mexico Immigrant Law Center is in charge of supporting the Senior Accountant, Contract Accountant/CPA, and Deputy Director in ensuring that the financial operations run smoothly and meet the needs, expectations, and deadlines of the staff and funders, that fiscal policies and procedures are adhered to, and working with the finance team and leadership to improve financial systems to enhance the organizational efficiency.

How to Apply: Send a cover letter explaining your interest in the position and resume to jobs@nmilc.org. Applications received by October 30, 2020 will be given best consideration.


Executive Director
Crisis Center of Northern New Mexico
Posted October 20, 2020

Executive Director to oversee all operations, functions, and activities. You will be the key management leader of the Crisis Center of Northern New Mexico. You will be responsible for overseeing the administration, programs, and strategic plan of the organization. You will report directly to the Board of Directors.

You will work with the board and staff to ensure that the mission is fulfilled through programs, strategic planning, and community outreach. You will be responsible for overseeing all programs including shelter and shelter services, community outreach, and non-shelter services. You will be responsible for the oversight of personnel and fiscal management of the organization, including budget preparation, expenditures, and fundraising. You will be responsible for the enhancement of the Crisis Center of Northern New Mexico’s image by being active and visible in the community and by working closely with other professionals, civic and private organizations. You will be responsible for the hiring and retention of competent, qualified organization personnel.


Case Manager/Program Specialist
Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region
Posted October 20, 2020

JOIN A FORWARD-THINKING ORGANIZATION THAT IS PROVEN TO MAKE POSITIVE IMPACT ON CHILDREN'S LIVES. Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region (BBBSMR) is looking for a bilingual (Spanish), community-focused, dynamic Case Manager/Program Specialist to join our innovative and collaborative team. BBBSMR provides one-to-one mentoring services to children facing adversity that empower them to reach their fullest potential. The Case Manager/Program Specialist contributes both to the Program team and to BBBSMR as a whole. This person contributes to the Program team by providing excellent customer service to volunteers, youth, and families by efficiently and effectively enrolling, matching, and supporting them in the BBBSMR program. This person contributes to BBBSMR as a whole by providing exceptional customer service while greeting visitors in person or on the phone and by answering questions and receiving inquiries as well also serving as the agency navigator by providing youth and family referrals for other services. Experience with diverse populations preferred.
To apply email resume and cover letter to gina.trujillo@bbbsmountainregion.org


Bilingual Advocacy Specialist (Full-Time)
Solace Crisis Treatment Center
Posted October 13, 2020

The primary role of this position 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. This position would entail both remote and in person service provision. Please check our website for a complete job description and instructions to apply: https://www.findsolace.org/conctact


Advocacy Specialist (Part-Time)
Solace Crisis Treatment Center
Posted October 13, 2020

The primary role of this position 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. This position would entail both remote and in person service provision. Please check our website for a complete job description and instructions to apply: https://www.findsolace.org/conctact


Bilingual Forensic Interviewer (Part-Time)
Solace Crisis Treatment Center
Posted October 13, 2020

A forensic interviewer plays an important role in ensuring the safety of children in our community. After receiving specialized training, the forensic interviewer talks to children who have potentially been abused, neglected, or have witnessed violence as a part of the investigative and safety planning process. The forensic interviewer is part of a multidisciplinary team, and coordinates closely with law enforcement, Children, Youth and Family Services, advocates, sexual assault nurse examiners, and mental health providers to ensure children throughout our community are safe and receive justice. Please check our website for a complete job description and instructions to apply: https://www.findsolace.org/conctact


Administrative Assistant
Reading Quest
Posted October 13, 2020

Reading Quest, a Santa Fe non-profit that provides free engaging, quality reading tutoring for striving readers is seeking a detail oriented Administrative Assistant for approximately 10-20 hours a week. Duties include, but are not limited to; attending to our agency’s general administrative needs and providing support to the Executive Director and Director of Operations. The position involves duties such as database management, running errands, taking notes at Board meetings, purchasing supplies, and other general office work. The ideal candidate will have excellent typing, attention to detail and organizational skills, experience with data collection, data entry, and reporting with great attention to detail and confidentiality. Also required: excellent computer skills with extensive experience of Excel, Word, Zoom, and Google programs. Salary depends on experience and the hours are flexible. Please send your resume, references and a cover letter to readingquestcenter@gmail.com.


Family Navigator - CBPIR Program
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted October 13, 2020

Las Cumbres has one full time opening for a Community Based Child Abuse Prevention, Intervention and Reunification Family Navigator. 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.

Apply Online at: http://www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs
FaX: 505-747-0421
Email: Jobs@lccs-nm.org


Family Service Coordinator & Developmental Specialist (Dual Role Position)
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted October 13, 2020

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

Apply Online at: http://www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs
FaX: 505-747-0421
Email: Jobs@lccs-nm.org


Cultural Broker
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted October 13, 2020

Las Cumbres seeks to hire a Cultural Broker to work in the Santuario del Corazón Program, dedicated to serving immigrant children and families. This position requires fluent bilingual language capacity in Spanish and English, and a strong familiarity with cultural traditions in Latin American countries.

The Cultural Broker will work across all four counties of Las Cumbres’ northern service region and as a member of the mobile unit when the team resumes trips to the NM/TX/MX Borderland. Job duties include: provide crisis intervention services, serving as a liaison within the organization and with community partners to support the needs of immigrant children and their families, providing translation and interpretation services, co-facilitating school-based support groups for immigrant teens, manage the Santuario Program social media outreach, and assist the Program Manager with direct and indirect services as requested.

Job Requirements: Bilingual (Spanish/English), direct experience working with immigrant families and children, strong knowledge of immigration issues and current events, proficient with technology including social media platforms, access to reliable vehicle, outgoing team player, commitment to social justice for immigrant families.

Apply Online at: http://www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs
FaX: 505-747-0421
Email: Jobs@lccs-nm.org


Bilingual Health Baby Navigator
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted October 13, 2020

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, infancy experience, or other related field preferred . At least one year of experience working with infants, toddlers, and families. Valid New Mexico Driver’s License. Bilingual Preferred. Position serves both Santa Fe and Rio Arriba Counties.

Apply Online at: http://www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs
FaX: 505-747-0421
Email: Jobs@lccs-nm.org


FMP Facilitator
Fathers New Mexico
Posted October 13, 2020

Fathers New Mexico provides small groups for adolescent boys in middles school and we are looking for an experienced and responsible group facilitator. The Facilitator will coordinate with the school staff to establish and conduct FMP programming. The FMP Facilitator ensures appropriate referrals and arrangements for each group. Implementing groups includes listening to each participant, providing content with fidelity, responding to the needs of each group, and providing feedback to participants regarding choices and actions. The Facilitator engages each participant in a respectful and purposeful manner and with humility. The FMP Facilitator will engage professional development and be open to correction, ideas that challenge, and to working as a team member. A FMP Facilitator willingly brings their expertise and insights to the team at Fathers New Mexico, in the spirit of constant improvement for the organization.

If interested, please email a cover letter and a resume to Johnny Wilson at tokaprod@gmail.com.


Director of Development
Assistance Dogs of the West
Posted October 1, 2020

Assistance Dogs of the West (ADW) builds successful working partnerships between clients and dogs that empower people and open doors to new opportunities.

The Director of Development will serve as a member of the Leadership Team for Assistance Dogs of the West, 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. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: developing robust and diverse funding strategies; engaging emerging research and community opportunities, and potential innovations. A detailed job description is available here: http://assistancedogsofthewest.org/development/