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Job Opportunities

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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Finance Associate
Santa Fe Community Foundation
Posted March 31, 2021

The Santa Fe Community Foundation seeks a Finance Associate to be responsible for accounts payable, payroll, and building operations. This position will ensure that contributions, revenues, and expenses are properly accounted for and that the Foundation meets its financial obligations. This person will properly maintain donor and other funds and related accounts and ensure financial records are organized and accessible, and contribute, along with other members of the team, to the smooth operations of the department.

Read full description here. Deadline to apply: Friday, April 17, 2021.


Chief Executive Officer
Santa Fe Community Foundation
Posted February 19, 2021

The Santa Fe Community Foundation seeks an accomplished leader to serve as its next Chief Executive Officer. The new CEO will provide dynamic and forward-thinking leadership to promote SFCF’s goals, implement the Board-identified policy directives, and steward the role of SFCF as a key convener in Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico. The CEO will serve as the key spokesperson and face of SFCF to its grantees, donors, civic, community and state leaders. The CEO will support Board and staff to be visible in philanthropic activities throughout the communities in and around Santa Fe. The new CEO will have a broad-based mix of experiences to promote philanthropy throughout the region, attracting gifts to increase the size and impact of SFCF, developing and deepening lasting partnerships, and continuing to advance SFCF’s role in community leadership and advocacy. The CEO will further position the organization to listen to and lift the voices of a broad cross-section of Santa Fe’s and the surrounding area’s residents, engaging them in developing sustainable solutions for their communities.

Read full description here.


Registrar
Tia Collection
Posted April 15, 2021

Tia Collection is seeking an experienced candidate to address the diverse duties of the registrar position for a private art collection in Santa Fe, NM. Responsibilities include daily management of collection inventory (3,300 works of art and counting), while working directly with the curator of the collection, media manager, and collections manager. The mission of the art collection is to share artwork from the collection with museum around the world, either via long term loans and/or specific to exhibitions.

Must be extremely well organized and self-directed, able to handle multiple projects at once in a very fast paced work environment and process large amounts of data simultaneously, both in digital and paper formats. Strong writing and research skills are necessary as well. The successful candidate will also be able to interact confidently with all levels of museum directors, curators, and registrars. Full-time, Monday - Friday 9 to 5pm with an hour for lunch. Benefits are offered. Salary $45-50,000 or DOE. Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree from accredited college or university required.
  • One year of museum or gallery registration and/or collections management experience preferred. Knowledge of American Art and a familiarity with artist's materials.
  • Knowledge of collections management practices and procedures including art handling, storage, tracking of objects and working with conservator and framers.
  • Proficient computer skills with Apple products.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Self-directed with an ability to prioritize and multi-task.
  • Meticulous and accurate attention to detail.
  • Ability to work within a team environment and to accept guidance and constructive feedback.
  • Ability to understand and maintain the highest levels of confidentiality.
  • Valid driver's license with a clean driving record required.The successful candidates will be required to pass a routine background check.

Position available until filled. For consideration, please send a cover letter and resume to tiacollectionsantafe@gmail.com


Managing Director
Dancing Earth
Posted April 13, 2021

Dancing Earth seeks a Managing Director with demonstrated strong executive leadership skills, who is a dynamic leader with a passion for the arts and the impact of art on the lives of Indigenous, intra-cultural and intersectional creative communities. The Managing Director is responsible for the overall business, administrative, and operational management of the company. This includes leadership and/or overseeing of fundraising, budgeting, financial management, HR, information systems, institutional marketing, and advisory council relations. The position requires a deep commitment and engagement to DANCING EARTH's artistic goals and company ethos, as well as a strong sense of responsibility and an excellent work ethic. Dancing Earth, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

Ideally, position to begin by April 20, 2021. Letter of interest, resumes, and references can be sent to: info@dancingearth.org


Marketing + Communications Manager
Performance Santa Fe
Posted April 13, 2021

Performance Santa Fe seeks an accomplished Marketing + Communications Manager. Reporting to and collaborating closely with the Executive + Artistic Director, the Marketing + Communications Manager is responsible for the development and execution of Performance Santa Fe’s strategic marketing and communications plans to meet and exceed revenue goals, enhance patron and donor engagement, and drive media coverage. This position also serves as the in-house graphic designer for all departments. For the full job description and list of responsibilities: https://performancesantafe.org/home/employment/

To apply, email your cover letter, resume, and portfolio to Executive + Artistic Director Chad Hilligus: chad@performancesantafe.org

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.


Operations Manager
Santa Fe Desert Chorale
Posted April 13, 2021

The Operations Manager at the Santa Fe Desert Chorale is responsible for managing event and administrative operations. Develop, implement, and maintain operations manual and filing systems; oversee CRM system(s), procedures, and training; manage venue communications and contracting; manage and analyze events from creation to reconciliation; and hire and oversee seasonal Box Office Assistant and House Manager.

Additional responsibilities include: Process the mail and prepare bank deposits; maintain current outgoing message and phone-tree within the messaging system; monitor general organizational email accounts and coordinate responses with staff as needed; assist in event production and donor cultivation events as requested; and other duties as may be assigned.

Please review full job description before applying: https://desertchorale.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Operations-Manager-Job-Description_Santa-Fe-Desert-Chorale_2021-04-09.pdf

To apply: submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to Careers@desertchorale.org. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis beginning April 9, 2021, until the position is filled.


Administrative Assistant
Santa Fe Desert Chorale
Posted April 13, 2021

The Administrative Assistant at the Santa Fe Desert Chorale provides administrative, project, and communications support to the Executive Director; provide assistance to Board of Directors and maintain Board materials; assist with fulfillment of ticket and merchandise orders, mailings, and donor acknowledgements/benefits; and assist with maintenance of files, archives, CRM database, office equipment, supplies, and physical space.

Additional responsibilities include: Process the mail and prepare bank deposits; maintain current outgoing message and phone-tree within the messaging system; monitor general organizational email accounts and coordinate responses with staff as needed; assist in event production and donor cultivation events as requested; and other duties as may be assigned.

Please review the full job description prior to applying for this position: https://desertchorale.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Administrative-Assistant-Job-Description_Santa-Fe-Desert-Chorale_2021-04-09.pdf

To apply: submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to Careers@desertchorale.org. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis beginning April 9, 2021, until the position is filled.


Policy Officer - Food & Agriculture
Thornburg Foundation
Posted April 13, 2021

The Thornburg Foundation is seeking applications from qualified candidates to lead its Food & Agriculture (F&A) Initiative, which supports the advancement of more resilient, sustainable, and localized food and agricultural systems in New Mexico. The F&A Policy Officer position will be responsible for overall direction of the F&A strategy as well as managing a multi-year grantmaking portfolio consistent with the F&A strategic plan.
To Apply: No phone calls. Please submit a cover letter that specifically addresses how your expertise and background match the job description requirements, your resume, and contact information for three references (two must be former or current employers) prior to April 23, 2021. Email applications to leslie@thornburgfoundation.org and include “Food & Agriculture Policy Officer” in the subject line.


Grants Financial Accountant
Santa Fe Institute
Posted April 13, 2021

The Santa Fe Institute is the world’s leading research center for complex systems science. It receives sponsored funding for its research projects the National Science Foundation, the Department of Defense, other federal agencies, and private foundations. Reporting to the Controller, the grants financial accountant supports two key functional areas in the Finance Department: accounting for federal and non-federal awards, reporting, and support day to day department operations.

To apply, e-mail PDFs of the following: 1) a short statement of interest, 2) your CV, and 3) a list of three references to employ@santafe.edu. Please note in your subject line that you are responding to the “Grants Financial Accountant position for the Santa Fe Institute

We will be accepting applications for this position through Friday, May 28, 2021


Data Associate
Santa Fe Institute
Posted April 13, 2021

The Santa Fe Institute seeks an apprentice database administrator to help maintain data integrity standards across a dynamic organization, and develop data collection and reporting methods to aid Institute operations. The Institute is committed to the mentorship and training of a highly motivated, detail-oriented self-starter who seeks experience with database applications within an established organization. As an employee of the Santa Fe Institute, this position will also afford the successful candidate opportunities to audit a range of talks and seminars related to contemporary complexity science theories and applications.

To apply, e-mail PDFs of the following: 1) a short statement of interest, 2) your CV, and 3) a list of three references to employ@santafe.edu. Please note in your subject line that you are responding to the “Data Associate position for the Santa Fe Institute"

We will be accepting applications for this position through Friday, May 14, 2021


Communications Administrator
New Mexico Farmers Marketing Association
Posted April 6, 2021

POSITION DESCRIPTION:
The Communications Administrator is a key member of the NMFMA’s team. While the job is largely administrative, it also includes creative thinking and independent projects. The successful candidate will provide key internal support, with the opportunity to work with diverse external partners. The ideal candidate will be able to effectively manage and meet multiple project deadlines, have proven writing and editing skills, be able to adjust workflow as immediate editing needs occur, have basic knowledge of website management (WordPress, etc.) or be willing to learn, assist with trainings and events; and work within a vibrant non-profit environment. The job is 32 hours, with the possibility of eventual full-time. The job will be approximately 60% communications and outreach, and 40% general program support.

Employee must live in New Mexico. Open to remote work if employee has high-speed internet access and a willingness to travel to the Santa Fe home office twice per month. Employee can also work from Santa Fe home office. The NMFMA is committed to diversity and inclusion in its hiring practices. View full description here: https://www.newmexicofma.org/docs/Communications_Administrator.pdf 

HOW TO APPLY:
Send a cover letter, resume, and writing samples as PDF attachments to: questions@farmersmarketsnm.org with “Communications Administrator” in the subject line.

DEADLINE: Open until filled


Program Officer, American Indian Sight Initiative (Full-time)
Seva Foundation
Posted April 6, 2021

Seva is a global nonprofit eye care organization that transforms lives by restoring sight and preventing blindness. Since 1978, Seva has provided sight-saving surgeries, eyeglasses, medicine, and other eye care services to more than 40 million people in underserved communities around the world. The role is within the Program Department. The Program Department is tasked with the implementation of all program efforts, including the quality of program work, identification of new initiatives, day-to-day management of program activities, building and maintaining partnerships, and evidencing our work.

Within the Program Department, the role sits on the program implementation team. The program implementation team oversees operations, partner relations, fund utilization, new initiatives and measurement of impact. A responsive process of planning, implementing, and assessing guides the program implementation work. The Program Officer plays a vital role within the Program Implementation Team that supervises an expanding portfolio of programs working with Native Nations. Based in the United States, the Program Officer works under the supervision of the Program Director. The Program Officer represents and grows Seva Foundation’s AISI program. The position ensures ongoing communication and expansion of Seva’s partnerships. The Program Officer is responsible for preparing donor reports and communication, documenting the learning of GSI in the region, as well as representing Seva at key coordination meetings. The Officer will travel to partner clinics and institutions across the region.

Qualified candidates, please send your resume and cover letter to arubin@hroptions.com


Membership and Programs Administrative Assistant (Grant-Funded)
IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts
Posted April 6, 2021

This position is responsible for managing IAIA Museum of Contemporary Arts' membership program and assist with public programming and special events for the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts. The Membership and Programs Coordinator will be responsible for the department’s daily activities such as preparing membership letters, maintaining member gift records and files, coordinating mailing lists, supporting special events such as exhibition openings, and assisting MoCNA’s Senior Museum Education Manager on public programming initiatives, while also providing any administrative support as required for the membership department. Read full description here: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/Recruiting/Jobs/Details/519078

NOTE: This position is grant funded for up to 4 years. While funding may be extended, a grant-funded position has no guarantee of on-going and indefinite employment.


Direct Care Professional
Santa Maria El Mirador
Posted April 6, 2021

Santa Maria El Mirador has served New Mexico as a non-profit service provider for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities for over 40 years. Our mission is to provide an array of quality supports so that individuals with disabilities have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities. The position of a Direct Care Professional (DCP) is responsible for participant progress and support services to participants while providing community integration activities at all times. Support services to participants include but are not limited to: personal hygiene, housekeeping, cooking, following behavioral, medical and individualized Service Plans to provide a healthy, safe and meaningful environment to our program participants.

• Santa Fe and Alcalde Locations
• Starting Pay $13.25/Hour

Qualifications
• Must 21 years of age or older
• Valid Driver's License (Required)
• 3 yr clear driving record (Required)
• Negative Pre-Employment drug screening
• Ability to communicate + write clearly and accurately
• High school or equivalent (Preferred)
• Caregiving: 1 year (Appreciated)
Contact Info
• hr@eselm.org
• 505-428-2001 (Natalie)
• 505-428-2003 (Carlotta)
• 10-A-Van-Nu-Po, Santa Fe, NM 87508


Food Rescue Coordinator
The Food Depot
Posted March 30, 2021

The Food Depot seeks a Food Rescue Coordinator who will be responsible for all aspects of special projects in the warehouse, handling inventory in accordance with all applicable policies, procedures, standards and program guidelines. Full-time, $16.50 - $22.50/hr. Full job description and to apply, visit: https://thefooddepot.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=28


Behavior Team Member, Level One
The Santa Fe Animal Shelter
Posted March 30, 2021

The Santa Fe Animal Shelter seeks a full-time individual with experience in animal handling and training to join its Behavior Team. We are looking for someone with strong interpersonal and communication skills. This position requires a flexible schedule and good physical condition, with the ability to, bend over, crouch, lift and carry a minimum of 50 pounds and remain on foot, walking for hours at a time in the elements. While the majority of the work is with dogs, the position requires a willingness and some basic skill in working with a variety of other species, including cats. Responsibilities include behavior modification and training work, daily playgroups, assessing animals for adopt-ability and safety, effectively communicating with staff, volunteers, and the public, and otherwise maintaining a positive shelter environment. Full-time benefits include health insurance, hospital discount, and vacation time. Email resume to qsweeney@sfhumanesociety.org to apply. $13.00 – $14.00/hr, Full time. 


Training Team Member
The Santa Fe Animal Shelter
Posted March 30, 2021

The Training Team Member role is designed to support the Santa Fe Animal Shelter’s mission of ‘supporting animals, saving lives, and spreading compassion in both the shelter and in the community we serve as part of the Training Team. Training Team members are instrumental in building positive relationships with the community through the administration of the following public behavior services: helpline communication, distance, and in-person animal behavior consultations, group classes, and community events. This role’s primary functions include active communication and providing assistance to the public, supporting animals, and spreading compassion through behavioral education and advice. A high level of interest in assisting the public as well as responding to feedback is expected. Excellent communication skills and the ability to work within a team are a must. Bilingual (Spanish) speakers a plus. We encourage those with experience teaching in-person group classes to apply and qualified individuals may be offered a higher starting pay rate based on experience. Email resume to qsweeney@sfhumanesociety.org to apply. Salary based on experience, $13.00 – $20.00


Interim Producer/Projects Coordinator

Dancing Earth Creations
Posted March 30, 2021

Dancing Earth seeks Interim Producer/Projects Coordinator. Responsibilities:

  • Work with new incoming Managing Director, and Founding Artistic Director to assist in curation and content for programs ( online currently) and engagement of artists/instructors/culture carriers for online programs which include panels, lectures, screenings, dance and related arts classes, sustainability workshops, once our public programming begins
  • Coordinate communications and resources ( photos , descriptions, links) with Marketing Director as needed, including data analytics/statistics/feedback following each project
    Promote programs and content on social media, with strategy as directed by Marketing Director
  • Contact and coordinate communications with artists, collaborators, instructors, community advisors, donors, funders, presenters , venues partners, media contacts as needed/requested , including booking/scheduling
  • Coordinate online partner events with possibility of that role expanding into more hours as in May or later when DE resumes programming
  • Take notes on meetings during which you represent Dancing Earth
  • Track activities, action, steps, and assets in online system
  • Transcribe any handwritten evals into digital format
  • With all hired artists/instructors for programming/projects: assemble contracts/LOAs, share link to doc for payment, send our invoice template, schedule orientation for best practices for Zoom sessions and testing of tech, tracking of invoices
  • Track invoices and overall Budget for each Program/Project (such as monthly totals for online programming) to make sure our spending is within the plan
  • When necessary/requested , assemble proposed costs for mini projects

Please send a letter of interest, cv/resume, and three references to: info@dancingearth.org
Dancing Earth, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. Ideally, position to begin by April 20, 2021.


Bookkeeper & Office Manager
Bridge to Health
Posted March 30, 2021
 

Brand new non-profit seeking to fill two positions:
1. Bookkeeper for contract of a few hours per month.
2. Office Manager for 10 hours a week with potential for expanded hours to assist the Executive Director.


Grants Manager
School for Advanced Research
Posted March 30, 2021
 

The grants manager at the School for Advanced Research (SAR) oversees the organization’s grants, including research, writing, submitting proposals and reporting. They seek grants from outside funding sources, assist with budget development and review financials with program staff. They also represent SAR at public programs and events.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree plus three years’ experience in grant writing or related field, or equivalent success as a grant writer for corporate, foundation, and government grants; exceptional writing skills; computer proficiency in Office suite, Internet use for research; manage multiple deadlines; interpersonal skills and work well as part of our team.

To Apply: Submit, in one .pdf, 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 April 23, 2021.
INTERVIEW NOTE: Candidates will submit a writing sample as part of the interview process. Instructions will be included during the interview.


Conservation Specialist
Santa Fe Conservation Trust
Posted March 30, 2021

Conservation Specialist will manage the acquisition of lands and conservation easements at the Santa Fe Conservation Trust and assist with the stewardship of conserved lands already in SFCT's portfolio. Send resume and cover letter to jobs@sfct.org. The Conservation Specialist tasks include conservation easement and fee title negotiation and acquisition, budgeting and financial reporting, and project management consistent with SFCT’s policies and procedures. This full time position will also work with a stewardship team to monitor, care for and maintain records on fee title lands and lands under conservation easement. The position will engage in landowner outreach, represent SFCT to key constituencies, and help identify funding sources and build collaborative partnerships. The Conservation Specialist will work directly with the Executive Director (ED) and Land Program Manager. The position reports to the ED and is based in SFCT’s office in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Key responsibilities: In coordination with the ED, Land Program Manager and legal counsel, lead all aspects of fee simple and conservation easement projects including contract negotiation and easement drafting. The candidate must be skilled in evaluating real estate appraisals, property surveys and legal descriptions, title work (and other due diligence documentation) and preparing Baseline Documentation Reports. Work includes managing project-related records in compliance with SFCT’s policies and LTA Standards & Practices. Assist Land Program Manager in conservation easement monitoring and enforcement.

  • Minimum bachelor’s degree, or equivalent professional training in natural resource management, conservation, real estate and/or law, or at least four years of experience with a land trust.
  • Experience in conservation easement drafting, monitoring/enforcement, ARC GIS, GPS and easement monitoring software for data collection and record-keeping.
  • Salary: DOE. $40,000 to $55,000 plus benefits
  • No phone calls please

Unit Directors
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Fe/Del Norte
Posted March 30, 2021

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Fe/Del Norte has rewarding full-time and part-time opportunities for UNIT DIRECTORS to run our after school programs at various Club sites in Santa Fe County. Unit Directors are responsible for all aspects of management at the Club, including managing and leading Program staff and Club resources. Specific program areas include Education, Recreation, Arts & Crafts, and Physical Education. Club members may range in age 6 up to 18. Qualifications:

  • Associate Degree or higher in a related field from an accredited college or university (a minimum of 3 years’ experience working with school-aged children may be substituted.)
  • Knowledge of youth development.
  • Ability to motivate youth and manage behavioral problems.
  • Ability to plan and implement quality programs for youth.
  • Ability to organize and supervise members in a safe environment.
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to lead staff through effective planning, training, communication and guidance.
  • Ability to drive Club vehicles to transport youth.

Other requirements: CPR and First Aid Certifications (current or must obtain within 60 days of hire), valid state driver’s license and proof of insurance, must pass a criminal background check and drug test.

Submit a resumé with cover letter no later than April 16, 2021, to dgtrujillo@bgcsantafe.org or mail to: BGCSF/DN, P.O. Box 29805, Santa Fe, NM 87592. Specify in cover letter if you are applying for a full-time or part-time position. For more information, please call 505-474-0385.


Part-Time Office Assistant
Westminster Presbyterian Church
Posted March 30, 2021

Westminster Presbyterian Church (WPC) is hiring a part-time Office Assistant to support our work by managing the church office under the supervision of the Pastor. The position will initially be 12 hours/week. $16/hour. Open until filled. Minimum qualifications include having a collaborative and cooperative spirit; clerical and administrative office experience; proficiency in MS Office; experience writing and editing in multiple platforms; effective communication skills; and, be organized, reliable, and a self-starter.

Responsibilities include assisting with production of church communications in traditional and online formats; managing online platforms and content; compiling reports and information packets; representing WPC to the public; and, answering phones and mail/email correspondence. To apply, please request the full job description by email to personnel.wpcsantafe@gmail.com and submit a Letter of Interest and a professional résumé with work history and three references (all documents must be submitted in PDF).


Representative
Defenders of Wildlife
Posted March 23, 2021

Defenders of Wildlife in Santa Fe is hiring a representative. This professional-level position is responsible for implementing assigned Defenders’ strategic plan conservation objectives and strategies in New Mexico, with a focus on conserving both state and federally listed threatened and endangered species, and ensuring the sustainable management and conservation of our public lands, while working collaboratively with other Defenders’ staff, programs, and departments.


Campaigns & Civic Engagement Director
Conservation Voters New Mexico
Posted March 16, 2021

Conservation Voters New Mexico(CVNM)& CVNM Education Fund are a family of nonprofit organizations headquartered in Santa Fe, NM. Our vision is for New Mexicans to thrive in just, resilient communities where our conservation & cultural values guide our decision-makers & public policies. CVNM connects the people of New Mexico to their political power by mobilizing voters, winning elections, holding elected officials accountable & advancing responsible public policies. CVNM & CVNM Education Fund currently have two regional programs that are implementing multi-issue campaigns to address legacy uranium pollution in Western New Mexico & invest deeply in renewable energy in Northern New Mexico.

We are seeking a full-time Campaigns & Civic Engagement Director to lead and oversee CVNM & CVNM Education Fund’s civic engagement, accountability and outreach efforts, including volunteer organizing, partner and allied organization engagement, get-out-the-vote strategies. The Director will also oversee and implement strategies and programs that help to build momentum for federal climate & public lands & water policy engagement in partnership with our national affiliate, League of Conservation Voters & in tandem with our partnered communities. The ideal candidate for this role will have demonstrated success developing, coordinating and implementing elections, civic engagement and/or advocacy strategies, including voter persuasion, phone banks, mail piece & radio development, and public outreach and education. The candidate will also have a deep understanding of community organizing, engagement and relationship building.

To apply: Please send your resume, cover letter, and three references to Careers@CVNM.org with “Campaigns & Civic Engagement Director” in the subject line. Position is open until filled. No calls please. CVNM is an equal opportunity employer. Employment with CVNM is at will.

For more information about this position, please visit https://cvnm.org/about-cvnm/jobs/


Water & Land Restoration Advocate
Conservation Voters New Mexico
Posted March 16, 2021

Conservation Voters New Mexico (CVNM)& CVNM Education Fund are a family of nonprofit organizations headquartered in Santa Fe, NM. Our vision is for New Mexicans to thrive in just, resilient communities where our conservation and cultural values guide our decision-makers and public policies. CVNM connects the people of New Mexico to their political power by mobilizing voters, winning elections, holding elected officials accountable and advancing responsible public policies. 

We are seeking a full-time exempt Water & Land Restoration Advocate to develop, coordinate, & implement public policy initiatives & advocacy strategies that advance New Mexico’s leadership to proactively address legacy mine waste, impacts of hard rock mining projects (current & proposed), groundwater & surface water contamination, watershed conservation, freshwater protection, statewide water allocation & administration reform, and in-stream flow protection. We are looking for an ambitious, collaborative & goal-driven individual who enjoys working with a team, understands the importance of civic engagement in the policy process & is passionate about environmental advocacy & climate justice.

The Water & Land Restoration Advocate must be committed to our mission & values of authentic community & stakeholder engagement in policy work & exemplify a deep understanding & commitment to equity, diversity & inclusion. CVNM staff incorporate these values into our day-to-day systems & work, & provide key support for collaboration across departments & community & organizational partnerships.

To apply: Please send your resume, cover letter, and three references to careers@cvnm.org with “Water and Land Restoration Advocate” in the subject line. Position is open until filled. No calls please. CVNM is an equal opportunity employer. Employment with CVNM is at will. For more information about this position, please visit https://cvnm.org/about-cvnm/jobs/ 


Business Administrator
Conservation Voters New Mexico
Posted March 16, 2021

Conservation Voters New Mexico (CVNM) and CVNM Education Fund are a family of nonprofit organizations headquartered in Santa Fe, NM. Our vision is for New Mexicans to thrive in just, resilient communities where our conservation and cultural values guide our decision-makers & public policies. CVNM connects the people of New Mexico to their political power by mobilizing voters, winning elections, holding elected officials accountable & advancing responsible public policies.

We are seeking an experienced & 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.

The Business Administrator must be committed to our mission and values of authentic community and stakeholder engagement in policy work, and equitable opportunities that promote race equity, diversity, and inclusion. CVNM staff incorporate these values into our day-to-day systems and work, and provide key support for collaboration across departments and organizational partnerships. This position is based in Santa Fe, and requires the ability to work a non-standard work week including occasional evenings and weekends, and travel in and out of state as needed.

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. For more information, visit https://cvnm.org/about-cvnm/jobs/


Special Victims Unit/Family Advocacy Department Manager
Solace Crisis Treatment Center
Posted March 16, 2021

The primary role of this position entails supervising a team of direct service providers who support survivors of sexual violence and other violent crimes through:

  • Conducting forensic interviewing in the context of child abuse investigations
  • Facilitating access to community resources.
  • Navigating the criminal legal system.

For more information, full job description, and directions on how to apply, please visit our website: www.findsolace.org. Interested candidates should email a letter of interest, resume, and three professional references to the Executive Director, María José Rodríguez Cádiz, at mjrodcadiz@findsolace.org.


Administrative Assistant/Assistant Fiscal Sponsorship Coordinator
New Mexico Foundation
Posted March 9, 2021

The New Mexico Foundation seeks a dynamic, organized fulltime Administrative Assistant/Assistant Fiscal Sponsorship Coordinator. This position is the front-line staff member on the telephone and with incoming office visitors. The Administrative Assistant manages office logistics and provides quality customer service with people contacting the Foundation. The Administrative Assistant is also responsible for Board meeting logistics and minutes, maintaining calendars, distributing mail, and processing incoming checks. Assist with general requests from Fund Holders and Fiscal Sponsorship Advisors, setting up new FS partner and new fund files, prepare monthly donor gift reports and respond to other similar inquiries, assist current fiscal sponsorship partners with general inquiries and accept checks for credit to their funds. For detailed job description see: https://newmexicofoundation.org/2021/02/job-opportunity/

To apply, send letter of interest and resume to cmelendez@newmexicofoundation.org


On Call Preparator
Harwood Museum of Art / UNM Taos
Posted March 9, 2021

The Harwood Museum of Art in Taos, NM is hiring for the position of On Call Preparator. The museum is seeking an individual with strong skills in planning, preparation, design, and installation of museum exhibits, as well as art handling and crating, carpentry and fabrication. This position requires flexibility in scheduling. For best consideration please apply by 03/22/21. For more information, please visit UNM Jobs website https://unmjobs.unm.edu/


Curatorial Assistant
Harwood Museum of Art / UNM
Posted March 9, 2021

The Harwood Museum of Art in Taos, NM is seeking a Curatorial Assistant to work under direct supervision, provide support to all day-to-day aspects of the card of the art collection at the Harwood Museum of Art, including assisting in the planning, development, and implementation of collection exhibitions, touring exhibitions and/or curated exhibitions organized with incoming loans, or touring exhibitions. Also included art historical research, loan research, requests, and coordination, writing, editing, and extensive administrative tasks. For best consideration please apply by 3/30/21. This position is full time and UNM Benefit eligible. For more information, please visit UNM Jobs website https://unmjobs.unm.edu/


Customer Service Associate/Retail
Harwood Museum of Art / UNM Taos
Posted March 9, 2021

The Harwood Museum of Art of University of New Mexico, Taos NM, is hiring for the on-call position of Customer Service Associate/Retail. Duties encompass processing retail sales and cash register transactions for museum store sales, online sales, museum admissions, public programming, as well as memberships. Sells floor merchandise and/or assists customers with purchases, orders, and/or deliveries. Assist with public programming technical audio/visual aspects as well as program information and ticketing. Also included is cash management and drawer reconciliation. Weekends and evening shifts included. For best consideration please apply by 03/19/21. For more information, please visit UNM Jobs website https://unmjobs.unm.edu/


Executive Assistant
Casa First Judicial Distrcit
Posted March 2, 2021

Do you want to join a passionate team dedicated to improving outcomes of foster children? CASA First – Court Appointed Special Advocates, First Judicial District is looking for a professional and motivated team player Executive Assistant to join a nonprofit providing court appointed volunteer advocacy for foster children from Santa Fe, Rio Arriba and Los Alamos Counties. The CASA First Executive Assistant is a PT office position, to support key daily operations and will work closely with the Executive Director in a variety of tasks. This position is approximately 20-25 hours a week and will consist of a variety of duties depending on current projects and needs:
Administrative Duties to include:
--Help with donor management and communications
--Assist with data retrieval, outcomes measurement and grant reports
--Help prepare quarterly and annual reports
--Help produce newsletter
--Participate in marketing activities
--Help keep office physically organized and maintain case file storage systems
--Help create systems for improved organization
--Perform outreach and assist with special events
--Assist Executive Director with grant writing and reporting
--Help with annual financial reporting and audit
--Support Executive Director as needed including policies, bookkeeping, staff and Board support
--Perform other relevant office and administrative duties as needed to ensure smooth daily operations of CASA First

Requirements
Highly organized, independent worker who thrives in a dynamic team oriented environment, that works closely and respectfully with each other. Must be flexible, professional, highly ethical and goal oriented. Strong computer, data management systems and office suites capacity required with knowledge of Windows Word, Excel, and graphics. Must pass background check. Please include letter of interest with resume. Those with lived foster care experience, are highly encouraged to apply.


Grant Writer/Development Manager
Santa Fe Pro Musica
Posted March 2, 2021

Santa Fe Pro Musica seeks an experienced Grant Writer/Development Manager to manage the annual grants calendar, which includes: researching grant opportunities, writing and submitting grants requests as assigned, writing and submitting grant reporting requirements, continuing communications with granting resources, managing fundraising campaigns and donor service programs. The Grant Writer/Development Manager reports to the Executive Director. 

This position requires 1 – 4 years fundraising experience, excellent organizational/time-management skills, good computer skills, excellent verbal and written communications skills, excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work with a variety of persons, including donors, trustees, staff and volunteers. The Grant Writer/Development Manager is a part-time position with a path to full-time within 6 months. Compensation is negotiable. Santa Fe Pro Musica is an equal opportunity employer. Send cover letter, resume, and professional references to: info@sfpromusica.org


Manager, Retail and Customer Experience
Harwood Museum of Art / UNM Taos
Posted March 2, 2021

The Harwood Museum of Art of University of New Mexico, Taos NM, is hiring for the 32 hour/week position of Manager, Retail and Customer Experience. This position will manage all aspects of store operations, on-line sales activity, and visitor admissions at the Harwood Museum of Art. Manager will be responsible for activities such as tracking attendance, buying, selling, consignment, merchandising, inventory control, and supervising and scheduling of customer service and support staff. Weekend and some evening work included. This position is eligible for UNM benefits. Requisition ID: Req #14703


Curator of Education and Public Programs
Harwood Museum of Art / UNM
Posted March 2, 2021

The Harwood Museum of Art of University of New Mexico, Taos NM, is seeking a dynamic art professional with strong knowledge of object-based museum education and experience with creating dynamic community focused public programming, as the Curator of Education and Public Programs. This senior staff member will lead, implement, and evaluate a wide range of interdisciplinary K-12 and adult educational programs, lectures, and events that amplify the museum’s exhibitions and collections to engage new diverse audiences. Some evening/holiday/weekend work included. For best consideration please apply by 04/12/21.This position is full time and UNM Benefits eligible. Requisition ID: Req#14841


Water Resources and Irrigation Technician
El Rancho de las Golondrinas
Posted February 23, 2021

The position of the Irrigation and Water Resources Technician at El Rancho de las Golondrinas is to ensure the functionality and maintenance of the museum’s potable and non-potable water systems and the agricultural drip irrigation systems. The position’s aim is to secure a safe and steady supply of water for consumption, cleaning, flushing, and irrigating. Other operations duties as assigned.

Please email spaloheimo@golondrinas.org for a complete job description.


Assistant Manager of Programs
El Rancho de las Golondrinas
Posted February 23, 2021

Seeking a self-motivated team player with the ability to meet goals and objectives of Museum at El Rancho de las Golondrinas. The Assistant Manager of Programs (AMP) is an essential member of the museum team functioning in a supporting role for the education and programs departments. The position will be responsible for the coordination of festival vendors and serves as the Assistant to the Education and Volunteer Manger and the Events and Site Rental Manger.

The AMP is responsible for securing vendors and artisans for festivals. The AMP will communicate with vendors, update applications as necessary, make vendor selections in conjunction with other staff, and will coordinate all aspects of vendor setup during established setup days and the morning of festivals. This position requires the ability to be diplomatic with vendors. In this capacity the AMP will also be responsible for:

-Assisting the Education and Volunteer Manager in the opening and closing of the museum, daily volunteer care and the planning and execution of festivals and educational programming and other duties as needed.

-Assisting the Manager of Special Events and Site Rentals in the planning and execution of events, festivals, site rentals and other duties as needed.

For full job description or to apply with cover letter and resume, email with the subject line Assistant Manager of Programs to daniel.goodman@golondrinas.org


Executive Director
Interfaith Community Shelter
Posted February 23, 2021

Interfaith Community Shelter seeks an Executive Director responsible for carrying out its mission of providing short-term survival services and long-term services as appropriate for those experiencing homelessness, accomplished by providing active service experiences for volunteers and in collaboration with the City of Santa Fe and local service provider partners. The Executive Director understands and has empathy for the Shelter’s guests and the issues they face.

The ED reports to the Board of Directors and executes its policies and priorities and is responsible for overseeing and making executive decisions regarding all shelter programs. The ED works closely with staff, Partner Providers, government entities and funders to ensure that services are appropriate and seamless. In addition to supervising and training the staff, the ED recognizes the value of volunteers’ services and assures meaningful service experiences. The ED works with the Shelter’s Finance and Development Director to create and monitor the budget, identify grant opportunities, and write the grants or engage the appropriate resources to assist in grant writing.
Interested applicants should email a resume and cover letter to Julie Murray, BoardChair@InterfaithShelterSF.org


SITE Guides
SITE Santa Fe
Posted February 23, 2021

SITE Guides (SGs) at SITE Santa Fe are a vital part of the mission of SITE Santa Fe. They are responsible for engaging with museum visitors, leading tours, and facilitating a positive relationship between art, audience, and the museum. SGs also help monitor the galleries to promote the safety of our visitors and of the artwork, and offer the public an opportunity to connect to our museum and exhibitions in a meaningful way. SGs must be comfortable working in a public-facing role, and be confident interacting with individuals of varying degrees of experience with art. SGs are scheduled Thursdays through Sundays, but may be required to work other days of the week for special events. SG’s report to the Education Coordinator. Please see website for full job description.


Ticket Office Manager
Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival
Posted February 23, 2021

The Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival seeks a highly qualified person to join our team as Ticket Office Manager to plan, organize, and manage the operations, activities, and staff of the Festival’s ticket office and for the ordering, sale, and accounting for all tickets sold for Festival events. The Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival is an internationally acclaimed six-week summer festival of over 45 concerts. Since it was founded in 1972, the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival has become one of the world’s preeminent music festivals, guided by a visionary spirit and dedicated to artistic excellence and innovation. Each summer, about 100 musicians from around the world come to Santa Fe to perform at the Festival. The Festival is heard throughout the United States and other countries through its long-running radio series distributed by the WFMT Radio Network.

For more detailed information on this opportunity, go to https://www.santafechambermusic.com/opportunities/


Development Director
Ralph T. Coe Center
Posted February 23, 2021

The Ralph T. Coe Center seeks a full-time/part-time development director to head fundraising and operational needs including implementing major giving and planned giving fundraising strategies. Reporting to the executive director, this professional must have an established background in coordinating nonprofit donation strategies and staff/volunteer leadership. This role involves organizing large and small-scale fundraising initiatives, working closely with board directors, staff, volunteers, and building relationships with donors.

Our ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of five years of fundraising or development experience, preferably in the education and nonprofit fields. S/he should be familiar with DonorPerfect software and other fundraising and membership program technology to use in their daily job duties. Send application materials (resume, cover letter, references and salary requirements) to info@coeartscenter.org. Salary commensurate with experience. The position will remain open until filled.


Lead Teacher & Two Assistant Teachers Needed
Temple Beth Shalom
Posted February 16, 2021

Temple Beth Shalom seeks lead teacher and two assistant teachers. Qualifications:
Minimum C.D.A., or ability to get one. Teachers must continue their education according to NAEYC accreditation standards.
Regular and consistent attendance at work during all assigned hours is essential.
Lead teachers are expected to supervise and mentor the Assistant Teacher.
Satisfy all requirements of the New Mexico licensing agency and the accrediting body. Required to obtain CYFD Clearance.
All staff are required to follow Preschool policies and Temple policies.
The safety and well-being of all children at the preschool is the primary responsibility of the entire staff.

Important Attributes:
Demonstrates reliability
Courteous, cooperative and tactful
Able to handle stress, remain calm and effective when confronted with emergency, critical, unusual, or dangerous situations.
Able to switch from task to task easily without loss of efficiency or composure.
TO APPLY: Please email resume to Paula at preschool@sftbs.org


Marketing Coordinator
The Horse Shelter
Posted February 16, 2021

The Marketing Coordinator position is responsible for partnering with the The Horse Shelter (THS) Director to execute a wide array of marketing and administrative activities in order to fulfill the THS mission. The position requires a high degree of flexibility and willingness to “jump in” to a myriad of duties that may come up on any given day while still being responsible for making sure the THS marketing outcomes are executed. Specifically, the management of: the THS website, The Master Message Matrix, the Sponsorship program, the Donor and Event Partners Sponsor program, Event Planning Checklist, the Editorial Master Calendar, the THS Social Media Presence, the Newsletters - Press releases and Fact Sheets. Applications welcome until position is filled.

Required Skills:
•Demonstrated skills, knowledge and experience in the design and execution of marketing, communications and public relations activities.
•Strong creative, strategic, analytical, organizational and personal skills.
• Experience developing and managing timelines, measurable objectives and budgets
•Demonstrated successful experience writing press releases, making pitches and negotiating ad buys with media.
•Experience overseeing the design and production of print materials and publications.
•Computer literacy in word processing, data base management and page layout.
•Google and social media analytics and reporting literacy.
•Video editing proficiency.
•Commitment to working with shared leadership and Board committees.
•Strong oral and written communications skills; a persuasive and passionate communicator with excellent interpersonal and multidisciplinary project skills.
•Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, adaptable, and innovative approach to managing multiple projects at one time.
•Proficiency with Microsoft Office; experience with CRM software, WordPress, and Adobe Suite; interest in videography/photography
•1-2+ years of professional marketing, social media, or related experience.

Please send your resume and application to info@thehorseshelter.org.


Program Director
Casa Milagro
Posted February 16, 2021

Casa Milagro is an innovative and growing organization looking for a program director to grow with us and help us meet the needs of our residents. The program director will have clinical training and will assist our residents in getting the most effective support possible. Primary duties include:

● Hiring, training, supervising, and scheduling staff.
● Overseeing daily operations for the organization in collaboration with the program manager and under supervision of the executive director.
● Assisting the executive director with the development of policies and procedures for the organization.
● Supervising care coordination staff with the development and implementation of service plans for residents.
● Providing supportive case management services as needed.
● Liaising and collaborating with outside mental health care providers as needed to ensure residents receive the best mental health care possible.
● Facilitating communication with staff and residents, including admissions meetings, community meetings, and crisis/conflict-resolution meetings.
● Managing residents and staff in the event of a mental health crisis.
● Working closely with the executive director to develop the organization for maximum benefit to those we serve.
Hours & Benefits: 30 hours per week; starting pay rate $20-$22/hr based on experience and licensure.

To apply for this position, send a cover letter, resume or CV, and 2-3 references to dlb.casamilagro@gmail.com.


Administrative Assistant
Cornerstones Community Partnerships
Posted February 16, 2021

Cornerstones Community Partnerships collaborates with community members to restore historic structures, preserve cultural landscapes, encourage traditional building practices, and conserve natural resources. We are looking for a motivated master multi-tasker with excellent communication skills. The successful candidate will handle a wide variety office tasks, provide polite and professional assistance via phone, mail, and email, and generally be a helpful and positive presence in the workplace. This position will provide some support to our Executive Director and ensure our day-to-day office operations run smoothly. This position is part time. Please visit the "We're Hiring" page on our website for full details and how to apply.


Director of Outreach
Cornerstones Community Partnerships
Posted February 16, 2021

Cornerstones Community Partnerships collaborates with community members to restore historic structures, preserve cultural landscapes, encourage traditional building practices, and conserve natural resources. We are looking for an experienced professional to lead fundraising and communications in a growing organization. The Director of Outreach reports directly to the Executive Director and as such will play a key role in an exciting time of organizational development and growth.

This newly created position will provide the vision, leadership, and skills which will enable the organization to achieve its fundraising targets and audience development program. This role is responsible for managing all communications activities and building external relationships with the organization's constituencies, including funders and the media. Please visit the "We're Hiring" page on our website for full details and how to apply.