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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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Finance Associate
Santa Fe Community Foundation
Posted June 24, 2021

SFCF seeks a Finance Associate to be responsible for accounts payable, payroll, and building operations. Ensure that contributions, revenues and expenses are properly accounted for and that the Foundation meets its financial obligations. Properly maintain donor and other funds and related accounts and ensure financial records are organized and accessible. Read full description here. Please send resumes and cover letters to Charles Rountree, Controller, at crountree@santafecf.org.


Santa Fe CONNECT 211 Coordinator
United Way of Central New Mexico
Posted June 22, 2021

United Way of Central New Mexico’s Mission: Families Community Impact team is seeking a Santa Fe CONNECT 211 Coordinator for 32 hours per week. Under the direction of the Senior Director, the Coordinator will support the work of Mission: Families by implementing the 211 information and referral line in Santa Fe County and through support of other Mission: Families projects. The 211 information and referral line provides callers with information about a broad range of community, social, health and government services. The Coordinator will liaise with Santa Fe CONNECT, a joint project of the City of Santa Fe and Santa Fe County which creates a network of navigators at clinics, community organizations, and city and county programs. Initially, the coordinator will also work with Self Help, Inc, the current provider of 211 services in Santa Fe County, assisting with the transfer of Santa Fe 211 services from Self Help to UWCNM. A detailed job description is available here. Please send questions or resumes to Self Help director Maura Taylor at 211@selfhelpla.org.


Events and Artist Services Coordinator
Lensic Performing Arts Center
Posted June 22, 2021

The Lensic Performing Arts Center seeks a full-time Events and Artist Services Coordinator to execute and supervise the Lensic’s front-of-house operations and manage artist hospitality for Lensic Presents events. The successful candidate will have proven experience in front of house and/or hospitality management, organizing volunteers, and managing multiple consecutive events. This position reports to the managing director. The Events and Artist Service Coordinator will be responsible for training and managing approximately 60 volunteer Ambassadors and a crew of part-time house managers who provide ushering support at approximately 200 events per year. The position also oversees bar operations for two lobby bars, scheduling two bartenders and working with distributors to order product. The position will also manage artist hospitality – food, hotels, and transportation – for artists performing on the Lensic Presents season. Our ideal candidate must be comfortable working with large crowds, handling difficult situations, and managing multiple deadlines. Excellent communication skills and an interest in people and community are vital. Must have experience managing budgets. 

This full-time position offers a competitive salary, medical and retirement benefits. Full description here. Applications will be accepted through July 2 and early submissions are encouraged. Please send application materials (resume, cover letter, and references) to Lucy Renshall-Randles at LRenshall-Randles@lensic.org or mail to:

Lensic Performing Arts Center
Attn: Development Director Search
211 W. San Francisco St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501


Behavioral Support Staff
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted June 22, 2021

Las Cumbres Community Services is looking for a full-time Behavioral Support Staff (BSS) to provide specialized supports in a group home setting to adult clients with disabilities who exhibit challenging behaviors. BSS will assist clients in need of specialized behavioral supports with the objectives specified in their Individual Service Plan and therapy plans. The BSS will also work with other members of the client’s Interdisciplinary Team to assist with the overall objectives of their plan. Key qualities to be successful in this role include: an outgoing personality, great communication and problem-solving skills, highly organized and flexible. Documentation skills and have reliable transportation. HS Diploma or GED, AA preferred. Minimum of 1-year experience and specialized training. Valid New Mexico driver's license. Bilingual a plus.

Submit cover letter, resume or application to:
Human Resources
Las Cumbres Community Services
102 N Coronado Avenue
Española, NM 87532
Fax: (505) 747-0421
E-mail: jobs@lccs-nm.org.


Administrative Coordinator
Girls Inc. of Santa Fe
Posted June 22, 2021

Administrative Coordinator at Girls Inc. of Santa Fe provides administrative support in the areas of operations, finance, and fundraising for our 66-year-old youth serving organiation with a family-friendly and healthy work culture.
If you are team-oriented, friendly, have an awesome sense of humor and terrific communication skills, please send a cover letter and resume to us at HR@girlsincofsantafe.org.


Yiya Vi Kagingdi Doula Project Coordinator
Tewa Women United
Posted June 15, 2021

The YVK Coordinator at Tewa Women United will provide a variety of support, advocacy, intervention and outreach services to increase choices in the birthing experiences for families in NM. Doula and/or birthworker experience preferred. 30hours/week. Some in-person work required. $18/hr starting pay. Please send resume and cover letter to jessica@tewawomenunited.org


Box Office Representative (Part-Time)
The Lensic
Posted June 15, 2021

The Lensic seeks a part-time Box Office Representative for 15 hours a week, including some evenings and weekends. Duties include selling tickets in person and by phone while using a computer, processing memberships, handing out will call, problem-solving, and general office tasks. Requirements:

  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Computer skills
  • Punctual, professional, organized
  • Communication skills
  • Good memory
  • Fast learner
  • Attention to detail
  • Perform well under pressure

A plus if you:

  • Can speak Spanish
  • Have Tessitura experience
  • Have Microsoft Office experience
  • Have retail/sales/service experience
  • Have theater experience

Starting as soon as possible. Send resume by email to pbarrow@lensic.org with “Box Office Representative” in the subject line.


Director of Operations
Reading Quest
Posted June 15, 2021

Reading Quest is an innovative, non-profit organization which provides engaging, effective structured literacy reading support for children who are having trouble reading, helping them to become strong, enthusiastic readers. We seek a Director of Operations who shares a commitment to supporting literacy for all children. This is a flexible, part time or full time position that requires someone who is dedicated to our mission, organized and detail oriented. Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate day-to-day finance operations includes processing timesheets, deposits, payables, reimbursements, and invoicing.
  • Work with accountant to make sure payroll and other regular financial functions are executed in a timely manner.
  • Support the administrative needs of the Executive Director and Director of Advancement.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Organization and detail orientation.
  • Must love spreadsheets!
  • Verbal and written communication and attention to detail.
  • Experience with grant management and grant reporting.
  • Strong commitment to Reading Quest’s mission and values.
  • Dedicated to collaboration and integrity.

Nonprofit experience preferred. Please send cover letter, resume, and references to readingquestcenter@gmail.com.


Guitar Teacher (Contracted Part-Time)
Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival Education Department
Posted June 15, 2021

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival Education Department seeks contracted part-time guitar teacher beginning August 2021. Teach beginning and intermediate acoustic guitar, grades 3-6, Kha’p’o Community School at Santa Clara Pueblo. Use of published guitar curriculum required: instruction in guitar technique, music literacy and theory, performance etiquette. Collaboration and cooperation with principal, parent, school community. Management of student recruitment, student attendance, student practice, instrument loans. Twice-yearly public presentations.

Qualifications – experience working with elementary-age students in classroom setting as well as private teaching. Advanced knowledge and skill in guitar performance as well as guitar pedagogy. Respectful, appropriate, effective classroom/behavior management ability. Bachelors’ degree in music education is a plus. Background check and fingerprinting required. Send LOI and Resume to Leanne DeVane, Director of Education and Outreach, at ldevane@sfcmf.org – applicants selected for interview will be notified on July 6. Posting expires June 30.


Education & Prevention Immigrant Justice Specialist
Solace Crisis Treatment Center
Posted June 15, 2021

Solace Crisis Treatment Center seeks an Education & Prevention Immigrant Justice Specialist. The primary roles:
• Implement culturally responsive sexual violence primary prevention programming to organizations and school-based communities in Northern New Mexico.
• Collaborate with Immigrant community members to create increased access to Solace’s services, to legal advocacy/representation and to other community resources.

Some Qualifications:
• Bilingual, with a preference for those who speak Spanish as a first language.
• Cultural familiarity with Immigrant communities in Northern New Mexico.
• Commitment to creating positive social change.
• Teaching or related experience with youth in a school setting.
• Confidence in public speaking engagements.

40 hours/week, $17.00-$20.00 per hour. 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.


Advocacy Specialist (Full-Time)
Solace Crisis Treatment Center
Posted June 15, 2021

The primary role of the Victom Advocate at Solace Crisis Treatment Center entails working with survivors of sexual and other violent crimes by using trauma informed strategies to assist them in accessing services and navigating the criminal legal system. This position would entail both remote and in person service provision. The victim advocate’s primary role is to believe and support victims of sexual assault and other violent crimes. As an advocate, you will have the opportunity to meet a victim of crime wherever they are on their journey to healing, and walk that path alongside them by providing support, accompaniment, and referral. Victim advocates assist survivors of sexual assault and other violent crimes with safety planning, applying for crime victim compensation, filing for orders of protection, navigating the investigative and judicial processes, getting follow up care, and accessing resources that make survivorship possible. Even more importantly, as a victim advocate, you are there to stand alongside that survivor in the courtroom, during an exam, at a forensic interview, during a law enforcement report, or in many other places where your presence reminds that survivor that they are not alone. Victim advocacy requires an understanding of trauma and its impact on our lives, a passion to show up and stand up for survivors of crime, and a readiness to work in a fast-paced environment where no two cases are the same.

Required Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree with at least three years of experience working with survivors of sexual and other violent crimes and their families is preferred. *Active community members without formal education are encouraged to apply.
• Knowledge of and sensitivity to family systems and child victimization.
• Strong communication skills.
• Ability to hold confidential information, use good judgment, and exercise awareness of other people’s needs.

***see website for complete job posting*** 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.


Bilingual Forensic Interviewer & Advocacy Specialist (Full-Time)
Solace Crisis Treatment Center
Posted June 15, 2021

A forensic interviewer at Solace Crisis Treatment Center 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. Forensic interviewers create opportunities for children’s voices to be heard in a safe, welcoming environment that centers on the needs of each child. 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.

An advocacy specialist’s role 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. The victim advocate’s primary role is to believe and support victims of sexual assault and other violent crimes. As an advocate, you will have the opportunity to meet a victim of crime wherever they are on their journey to healing, and walk that path alongside them by providing support, accompaniment, and referral. Victim advocates assist survivors of sexual assault and other violent crimes with safety planning, applying for crime victim compensation, filing for orders of protection, navigating the investigative and judicial processes, getting follow up care, and accessing resources that make survivorship possible.

**See website www.findsolace.org for complete job posting** 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.


Full-Time Administrative Assistant
New Mexico Foundation
Posted June 15, 2021

The New Mexico Foundation seeks a full-time Administrative Assistant. The right person will answer phones, greet customers, schedule meetings for the President & CEO, provide support for other staff members. Files, scan, make deposits, order supplies, and provide general office support. For complete job description, visit www.newmexicofoundation.org.
Please send letter of interest and resume to cmelendez@newmexicofoundation.org. Closing date - 06/28/21


Part-Time Administrative Assistant
RENESAN
Posted June 8, 2021

RENESAN seeks a part-time Administrative Assistant position: performs a range of office and clerical tasks related to class management including record keeping, data entry, word processing, course registrations, preparing materials, signs, and refreshments, setting up and taking down classrooms, and performing other office and course management duties as needed.
RENESAN holds classes Monday-Thursday, 10AM-5:15PM during two academic terms. The Administrative Assistant is expected to be in the office during business hours Monday-Thursday, January-April and August-November and additional days as needed. The Administrative Assistant reports to the Executive Director.

Please submit 1) a cover letter that addresses why you are interested in the position, and 2) a resume including the names and contact information for three references.
Email your application materials to renesan@newmexico.com with "Administrative Assistant" in the subject line. We anticipate hiring/onboarding in mid to late July 2021. Compensation is $17/hour.


Administrative Specialist
Interfaith Community Shelter at Pete's Place
Posted June 8, 2021

Administrative Specialist at the Interfaith Community Shelter at Pete's Place provides administrative support for the Executive and Finance Directors at the Interfaith Community Shelter at Pete's Place. Qualifications:

  • Previous related office support/management experience
  • Knowledge of Office Suite programs including Excel, Word, Access, and able to learn other computer programs as needed.
  • Ability to develop administrative procedures with the organization as needed.
  • Maintain a positive, supportive attitude with employees, volunteers, community members, and participants in our programs.
  • Possess a valid ID and pass a background check.

Please submit your resume and cover letter to interfaithsheltersf@gmail.com


Annual Giving Director
NMSA Art Institute
Posted June 8, 2021

New Mexico School for the Arts Art Institute has grown steadily over the last 11 years and is now entering a new phase of growth. We are seeking a dynamic, focused, race-equity-oriented, experienced development professional to apply analytical thinking, effective inclusive communication, and proven practices to building sustainability in our fundraising efforts.

Big picture: The Annual Giving Director oversees annual fundraising initiatives throughout the donor pyramid, emphasizing gifts up to $10,000. The primary function of the position is to develop and execute annual fundraising plans, including the development of effective multi-channel appeals, donor-focused communications, cultivation and fundraising events, database management, and stewardship and prospect efforts

To apply: email cover letter and resume to hr@nmsa-ai.org.


Chief Executive Officer
Notah Begay III Foundation (NB3)
Posted June 8, 2021

The Notah Begay III Foundation (NB3) is seeking a dynamic CEO/proven leader to direct its operations and growth. NB3 Foundation’s mission is to ensure Indigenous American children achieve their full potential by advancing cultures of Native American community health. The successful candidate will have the following characteristics:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in a related field with preference given to the recipients of a Master’s degree.
  • At least seven (7) years of progressive, related work experience, including: staff supervision, human resources, finance, and operations.
  • Demonstrated success designing and leading organizational development and capacity building.
  • Proven track record of strategic planning.
  • Cultural competency working with Native American populations in a social justice context.

We are looking for a face to the organization that can lead and energize the stakeholders; one that develops effective working relationships and can team build across cultural lines. Please submit a resume and letter of interest to hr@nb3f.org no later than June 26, 2021.


Water and Land Restoration Advocate
Conservation Voters New Mexico
Posted June 8, 2021

Conservation Voters New Mexico is seeking a full-time exempt Water and Land Restoration Advocate. Visit our website for full job description. 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.


Grants Manager
SITE Santa Fe
Posted June 8, 2021

The Grants Manager coordinates all of SITE Santa Fe’s grant application activities to private foundations and government agencies, including prospecting, stewardship, application, and reporting. The Grants Manager collaborates with a range of SITE staff members to write narratives for grants in support of SITE’s exhibitions, education programs, public programs, marketing efforts, facility improvements, special initiatives, and general operating. The Grants Manager works closely with the Development Department in meeting annual fundraising goals, and reports to the Associate Director of Development.

Applicants should submit a resume, a cover letter, and two (2) writing samples with the subject line “Grants Manager”. Visit our website for full job description.


Executive Director
New Mexico Center for Therapeutic Riding (NMCTR)
Posted June 8, 2021

The New Mexico Center for Therapeutic Riding (NMCTR)’s mission is to expand and enrich the lives of children, youth, and adults with special needs through equine assisted-activities and therapies. NMCTR is looking for a forward-looking, proven leader who is committed to leading the organization into the next phase of growth. A dynamic capacity builder is a must! The Executive Director is responsible for the overall administration and management of NMCTR. Primary areas of responsibility include long-term strategic planning, fundraising, marketing, community relations, and business operations. Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field, non-profit management education preferred.
  • Minimum five (5) years’ non-profit management experience.
  • Must have experience in public speaking with the ability to communicate diplomatically and enthusiastically with others.
  • Must have a successful track record of fundraising from multiple revenue sources that include the philanthropic, public, and private sectors.
  • Must have proven track record in grant writing, development, website and social media management, marketing, publicity, and community relations.
  • Must have minimum of five (5) years’ experience in working with a governing board, preferably in a non-profit environment.
  • Experience in budget preparation and financial management.
  • Current PATH Intl. membership.
  • Equine experience preferred.

NMCTR is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Full job description available here. Submit letter of interest and resume to: info@nmctr.org. No phone calls or inquiries please.


Clinical Supervisor
Sky Center of New Mexico Suicide Intervention Project
Posted June 8, 2021

The Sky Center of New Mexico Suicide Intervention Project has an opening for a part-time, 10-12 hours per week Clinical Supervisor for The Sky Center’s Family Counseling Graduate Training Program. This position provides training supervision in family counseling for graduate intern students. Responsibilities include one way mirror observation of clinical work, live interactive supervision of graduate interns and individual supervision to assigned students. Must have supervisory experience and a strong family systems theoretical framework along with a minimum of three years’ experience as a trained family therapist with LPCC, LCSW or LMFT licensure in New Mexico. This position runs from mid-August through mid-May. This position is ideal for anyone who has a private practice or is teaching adjunct at a graduate level. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred. Please e-mail resume and cover letter to the Executive Director at apryl@skycenter.nmsip.org. To learn more about our programs visit us at skycenter.nmsip.org


Communications and Marketing Associate
NMSA Art Institute
Posted June 8, 2021

New Mexico School for the Arts Art Institute has grown steadily over the last 11 years and is now entering a new phase of growth. We seek a dynamic, focused, race-equity-oriented communications and marketing associate to work in the development office directly with the Annual Giving Director, to advance our mission locally, statewide, and nationally. If you have a fire in your belly to learn the ins and outs of how an educational arts nonprofit organization functions and the opportunity to wear many different hats – all with a specific goal to increase awareness of an organization – we want to hear from you.

Big picture: You’ll coordinate initiatives developed by the President and Annual Giving Director while bringing new creative ideas to our organization. This position requires a self-motivated, self-starter, and team player with a positive and professional approach to inclusive communications strategies. This position provides a lot of latitude and is ideal for someone who enjoys being creative and taking the initiative.

To apply: Email cover letter and resume to hr@nmsa-ai.org.


Chief Executive Officer
Santa Fe Animal Shelter and Humane Society
Posted June 2, 2021

Reporting to the 9-member Board of Directors, the CEO is responsible for setting the vision and direction as well as general oversight of the Santa Fe Animal Shelter and Humane Society, which includes administration of all programs, managing and developing a $7.1 million budget, approximately $6.2 million in investments including an endowment that is currently valued at about $1.2M. There are approximately 100 employees and 400 active volunteers. The CEO directly manages nine direct reports.

We seek a highly experienced leader and manager with demonstrated vision and passion for the humane and ethical treatment of animals. A successful track record of strong, innovative, and inclusive leadership that continues to facilitate open communication is needed. Demonstrated accomplishments in fundraising, successful cultivation, solicitation and closing of gifts is essential. Financial management of a multi-million-dollar budget is expected. Experience in a senior leadership role where he/she has either reported directly to or worked closely with a Board of Directors is needed. The ideal candidate will bring successful leadership of an animal welfare/control agency or other animal welfare nonprofit.

An undergraduate degree from a four-year college or university is required; a graduate degree is preferred. Professional education in such areas as business management, marketing, non-profit or association management, fundraising and administration is also desired. CAWA certification is a plus.

Applications and nominations are being received by Noetic Search. Apply here. Santa Fe Animal Shelter and Humane Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Cafe Coordinator
Santa Fe Institute
Posted June 2, 2021
 

The Santa Fe Institute has an opening for a Cafe Coordinator. Under general supervision of the Events Manger, the Café Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day operations of our food service including catered lunches and afternoon tea. Additionally, this position will support a variety of SFI events (up to 10 events year), including evening receptions, special teas, and special dinners, this position requires a flexible schedule and occasional weekend and evening hours. Additional hours may be required during peak periods.

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 “Café Coordinator position for the Santa Fe Institute." The Santa Fe Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We actively seek and encourage applications from minorities, women, and people with disabilities.


Office Assistant/Spanish Interpreter

Sky Center/NMSIP
Posted June 2, 2021

The Sky Center/NMSIP has an opening for a part-time position, 25 hours per week/10 months per year (Mid-August- Mid June) for an Office Assistant/Spanish Interpreter. This position provides interpretation in family counseling sessions for Spanish speaking clients and assists the Office Manager in daily operations. Responsibilities include interpretation services, a full range of office duties including phone intakes, scheduling, technology support, management of data entry, purchasing supplies, community presentation assistance, and other office tasks as directed.

Must have excellent computer skills, positive and supportive communication, ability to multi-task and attend to clerical details and personal requests throughout the day. Personal skills of self-care and resiliency in order to handle crises. A high school diploma and additional coursework and experience in human service, administration, and or nonprofits are a plus. This is an ideal position for someone eager to learn and advance in nonprofit management. We are looking for a passionate, natural leader and team player with initiative and commitment to our mission. Must also have a valid NM Driver’s License and current car insurance. Bilingual English/Spanish proficiency required. Please email resume and cover letter to Office Manager theskycenter@nmsip.org.


2021-2022 SY: Adelante Elementary Liaison .8 FTE
Santa Fe Public Schools
Posted June 2, 2021
 

All positions with Santa Fe Public Schools require a post offer/pre-employment background check. Some positions have additional requirements as established by Federal or State Rules and Regulations. General Function:

  • The Adelante Elementary Liaison (EL) serves as a link between the elementary schools and Adelante’s Family Specialist/Case Manager, ensuring that Adelante elementary students’ needs are addressed in a comprehensive manner.
  • The EL will spend most hours working at the elementary schools, reviewing academic and other challenges faced by Adelante students. They will communicate the school’s view of the student’s needs to the Adelante Family
  • Specialist/Case Manager, who will help the parent/guardian develop a plan to assist the student.
  • Work closely with elementary school personnel to identify needs of students and how to coordinate services that help students to reach academic success.
  • Collaborate with community agencies as necessary to help stabilize Adelante families so that elementary students reach their highest potential.
  • Meet weekly and maintain daily communication with the lead elementary liaison for coordination of services.
  • Meet weekly with supervisor to promote communication and receive assistance for their work.
  • Meet weekly with SFPS Adelante Team to promote communication among the team members, enhance program development and collaborate on projects.
  • Participate in fund raising events and evening events as scheduled by coordinator.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Apply through the Santa Fe Public Schools website here.


Operations Director
Life Circle
Posted May 25, 2021

Life Circle seeks Operations Director to report to President, Life Circle Board of Directors.

NATURE OF WORK:
The Operations Director will develop and oversee the day-to-day operations of a pilot program of new adult day services (ADS). The ADS will provide approximately 10-15 elderly participants with a daily program of stimulating activities and nutritional meals that meet their interests and needs, and support healthy aging in a safe environment.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Duties include intake assessments of participants and progress reports; hiring, training, and supervising staff, oversight of weekly activities program, and grants management. For a complete list of job responsibilities, please see the full description of the job on our website, https://www.lifecirclenm.org under “Opportunities”.

QUALIFICATIONS:
The ideal participant will have at least a Bachelor’s degree in nursing, social work, geriatrics or the equivalent in training and experience. Experience caring for elderly and/or adults with disabilities; Familiarity with the State of New Mexico licensing requirements for adult day services; Experience with administration and supervision; Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Goggle Drive; Ability to speak, read, and write English fluently in order to complete initial participant assessments, participant chart entries, and required reports; Experience with grant management; Patient, caring demeanor; Diligent and independent; able to conduct his/her responsibilities with minimal or no supervision.

SALARY:
Range: $47,000 to $52,000 annually, depending on training and experience.

APPLICATION:
Position available until filled. Interested candidates should submit a resume with a letter of why you would be a good candidate for the job to: LifeCircleNM@gmail.com, using “Operations Director" in the subject line.


Early Childhood Program Associate
LANL Foundation
Posted May 25, 2021

LANL Foundation’s Early Childhood Program (ECP) seeks a full-time associate to support the Vice President of Early Childhood Education and her team. Strong written and verbal communication skills; solid computer skills, proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint) and Google Suite. Demonstrated ability in composing and proofing materials; detail oriented. Ability to work in a multi-cultural setting.

Compensation is dependent on experience. Generous benefits packet includes health, dental, vision, disability and life insurances, retirement, vacation and sick leave. Other benefits include working in an office friendly and team-oriented environment. See complete job details here.


Employment Specialists
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted May 25, 2021

Las Cumbres Community Services is looking for Employment Specialists in the Espanola area to work with people with disabilities. Responsible for providing support with employment goals; client profiles, assessments and all other aspects of successful employment placement. Required: Adequate writing proficiency and computer literacy. Must have reliable transportation, a clean driving record and the ability to pass DOH Background check and pre-employment drug screening. Bilingual a plus. Send cover letter and resume to jobs@lccs-nm.org.


Supported Employment Supervisor
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted May 25, 2021

Las Cumbres Community Services seeks a full-time Program Supervisor in Espanola area to work with adults with disabilities. Responsible for supervision of employment staff. Track progress of employment outcomes, serves as backup for staff as needed, arranges safe transportation, ensures accurate documentation is kept on each person served, monitors and creates staff schedules, verifies end of the month paperwork. Must have reliable transportation, clean driving record, ability to pass DOH Background Clearance. Bilingual a plus. Send cover letter and resume to jobs@lccs-nm.org.


Training Coordinator
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted May 25, 2021

Las Cumbres Community Services seeks a Training Coordinator to support and manage training operations, ensure compliance with submission to the Statewide training database, and ensure all Adult Services staff remain current with all required trainings. Requirements include three years' prior experience in Developmentally Disabled field and certification by the New Mexico Department of Health Developmental Disabilities Supports Division (DDSD) as a certified trainer. Submit cover letter and resume to jobs@lccs-nm.org.


Program Director
Santa Fe Hestia Fund (SFHF)
Posted May 25, 2021

The Santa Fe Hestia Fund (SFHF) is a women’s giving group that provides grants to support programs for middle school students in the Santa Fe community. SFHF is affiliated with the Santa Fe Community Foundation (SFCF, a 501c-3) which manages all Hestia funds. For more information, visit hestiasantafe.org.

The Hestia Program Director (PD) is a non-member, part-time contractor that manages the day-to-day tasks of the organization. The PD is directly responsible to the Chair, Vice-Chair, and Executive Board of SFHF. The PD must have excellent communication, technical, and time-management skills, working knowledge of office software, and be able to prioritize tasks and complete work in an efficient manner. Hestia’s PD will represent Hestia in interactions with community partners and others, and therefore must have excellent people skills. For consideration, please send a letter of interest and resume to hestiasantafe@gmail.com.


Educational Programs Coordinator
Homewise
Posted May 19, 2021

Essential Functions
· Achieve learning objectives for individuals and groups congruent with Homewise Principles by utilizing activities that engage adult learners and help them achieve learning objectives.
· Collaborate with Human Resources Director to continually improve in-person and virtual training and development models including curriculum, scripts, presentations, manuals and agendas.
· Serve as lead facilitator for all internal and external workshops
· Deliver live, online, and on-demand trainings as necessary.
· Complete all pre- and post-workshop data entry and follow up for internal and external client workshops
· Serve as the main point of contact for all client class inquiries such as scheduling and rescheduling, and general client follow up via phone, email and other technologies
· Follow up in coordination with Marketing/Outreach Team with all non-client class participants with an invitation to start the home purchase process; ensure they are added outreach communications (i.e. newsletter, annual report, etc.)
· Coordinate internal and external education programs workshops including annual class calendars, trainer schedules, sponsor representation, set up/clean-up and supply inventory.
· Schedule annual Financial Capability sponsor recognition in collaboration with Resource Development team.
· Schedule and track attendance for all Homewise University onboarding elements for new employees such as new hire book club and new hire department orientation meetings, to ensure a smooth and successful onboarding process.
· Deliver regular reports on education program attendance using STARS and Homewise Reports Database
· Report on education program effectiveness for both internal and external class evaluations (based on templates/planned reports)
· Collaborate on launching new internal and external education programs and curriculum
· Develop effective internal training manuals for various roles in partnership with department leaders and managers

Please apply here.


Bookkeeper
Wise Fool New Mexico
Posted May 19, 2021

Wise Fool New Mexico is looking for a Bookkeeper. The bookkeeper's primary responsibility will be tracking and managing financial transactions while maintaining accurate books on accounts payable and receivable, payroll, daily financial entries, and reconciliations. The bookkeeper also works closely with the Productions & Administration Director and the Grants & Finance Coordinator to manage the organization’s finances. Three or more years experience working with non-profit or community organizations in financial management and/or accounting. An understanding of and commitment to social justice. Wise Fool defines social justice as “the equitable distribution of resources and information; space for the human spirit to thrive; and realization of the dignity and health of all beings, environments, and communities.” Read full job description here. Please submit letter of interest and resume to alishiya@wisefoolnm.org


Director, Leadership Giving for the Museum of International Folk Art (FT Exempt)
Museum of International Folk Art
Posted May 19, 2021

The Director is responsible for all development activities for the Museum of International Folk Art. As a critical member of the Development team, the director leads the Trustee and Major Giving programs and provides support to the Museum of International Folk Art. For the complete job ad and information on how to apply please see our website.


Counseling and Youth Transitions Coordinator 
Youth Shelters and Family Services (YSFS)
Posted May 19, 2021

Youth Shelters and Family Services (YSFS) is a nonprofit organization, established in 1980 and now serves as the primary agency in the Santa Fe/Northern New Mexico area serving homeless, runaway, and street youth and their families, as well as young people who are at risk of being homeless.

QUALIFICATIONS and SKILLS:

  • Master’s Degree and one year relevant experience; OR meet requirements as expected by the Children, Youth and Families Department, Children’s Behavioral Health Division Service Requirements and Utilization Guidelines (experience with homeless and at-risk youth, preferred).
  • Licensed in the state of New Mexico as a counselor or social worker.
  • Understanding and knowledge of issues affecting youth, youth services, and family dynamics.
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Experience with providing services to homeless and low-income populations.
  • Excellent crisis intervention skills.
  • Computer software skills
  • CPR/First Aid Certification (within 30 days of hire; will train).
  • Valid Driver’s License

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Provide individual, family, group therapy and advocacy services for youth ages 18-24.
  • Educate and review child development and parenting practices with caregivers to promote healthy parenting behaviors.
  • Case management and progress assessment of client’s ongoing needs.
  • Demonstrate a non-judgmental orientation when working with clients from all cultures, religions, sexual identities, gender identities, values, philosophies, and lifestyles.
  • Establish and maintain positive working relationships with referring agency and other community professionals.
  • Assume other responsibilities* as assigned.
  • YSFS is an Equal Opportunity Employer, a Drug Free Workplace and complies with the ADA.

LGBTQ+ Individuals are encouraged to apply! Salary: $DOE Medical, dental, and generous PTO. Please send us your resume and cover letter if you are interested in this position. Position open until filled.


Director of Operations
May Center for Learning
Posted May 19, 2021

May Center for Learning is a non-profit school and outreach center in Santa Fe, NM. Our vision is to access and impact every student with learning differences in New Mexico. The ideal candidate is an analytical leader with strong emotional intelligence who will join our leadership team. You will be responsible for leading May Center's day-to-day business operations. Responsibilities:

  • Develops, implements, and monitors work practices, systems, and methods that are consistent with May Center culture contract, standards, policies, and procedures
  • Supervises, implements, and updates all organizational systems
  • Manages budgets
  • Coordinates May Center master calendar of events
  • Develops schedule of classes and sessions for programs in collaboration with relevant leadership team members
  • Administers records, reports and transcripts
  • Schedules and oversees events, guests, and activities
  • Team lead for certifications and accreditations
  • Oversees the organizational safety programs including building security, emergency procedures, fire drills and lockdowns, and CYFD checks
  • Updates and publishes employee and parent/student handbooks in collaboration with appropriate leadership team members
  • Oversees the maintenance of the facility

Technology Support

  • Manages technology including ordering and tracking all devices
  • Supports printer networking and setup
  • Troubleshoots tech problems and calls tech support when warranted

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in Nonprofit Management, Education, or related discipline at least 5 years of relevant experience
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Understanding of or experience with learning differences preferred

Site Coordinator
Communities in Schools New Mexico
Posted May 19, 2021

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

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

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


Field Operations Director
Communities in Schools New Mexico
Posted May 19, 2021

This exciting and challenging role oversees the CIS Site Coordinator Team at Communities in Schools New Mexico, who work full-time inside high-poverty public schools to connect students to caring adults and culturally responsive community resources, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life, and engages in general program management.

The Field Operations Director works as part of a team with an additional Field Operations Director as well as the Program Director, Executive Director, Volunteer Coordinator, and Data and Assessment Manager in order to ensure Communities In Schools’ framework for student success is implemented at each school we serve.

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


Student and Donor Engagement and Director of Athletics
New Mexico Highlands University Foundation
Posted May 19, 2021

Under direction of the VP, Student and Donor Engagement and Director of Athletics at New Mexico Highlands University Foundation identifies, cultivates, solicits, and stewards gift and sponsorship donors; develops fundraising strategies; supports budget, projects, goals, and strategic planning; coordinates NMHU Athletics sponsorship benefits to include: advertisements in various media forms (programs, radio ads, video streaming commercials, web site ads, event signage, and public address announcements), sponsor event recognition, athletic event season passes, and other benefits associated with sponsorship of NMHU Athletics.


GME Program Specialist
NM Primary Care Training Consortium
Posted May 11, 2021

NM Primary Care Training Consortium seeks a GME Program Specialist. Responsibilities: Program Development, Resource Development, Community Relations and Marketing, Financial Planning and Management, Leadership, and Advocacy.

Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Business, Public Administration, Public Health, or related field or 3 years of experience in health care or public administration. A minimum of 3 years management and / health care experience preferred. Ability to execute complex problem solving and creative thinking. Demonstrated skills in collaboration, community engagement, and team building. Skills and experience in grant writing and grants management. Excellent writing and communication skills. Experience in the development, coordination and assessment of programs. Ability to develop and monitor budgets. Proficient in web-based research and Microsoft Office. Demonstrated ability to generate income through services, grants, and contracts. Adept at engaging and motivating others to achieve desired outcomes. Keen ability to manage multiple projects and meet tight deadlines.

Please send resumes and cover letters to Nicole Mandall at: nmandall@chi-phi.org


Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) Crew Member
Santa Fe Children's Museum
Posted May 11, 2021

YCC Crew Members at the Santa Fe Children's Museum will gain job experience through hands-on projects that increase skills related to, and appreciation for gardens, education, sustainability, and children at play. This is a paid internship, working 35 hours per week, M-F, for approximately 22 weeks. Per government requirements, Crew members must be between the ages of 17-24, NM residents, and be unemployed at the time of hire. Full-time, Temporary, Internship. Pay is $12.50 - $13.50 per hour.

Crew Members will work under the supervision of our Facilities Manager and a Crew Leader to build and maintain child-centered museum conservation projects- such as building a composting exhibit, planting, building, maintaining, and refurbishing garden exhibits including raised garden beds, renovating a picnic area and other landscaping projects. Crew Members may also assist in developing and implementing new ideas for programs, exhibits, and /opportunities for museum guests (specifically young children and their families). The program includes professional skills training in areas such as Sustainable Gardening, Landscaping, Construction, Children’s Educational Programming and Inquiry-Based Learning, Composting, Adobe Making, and job skills.


Grant Writer
Homewise
Posted May 11, 2021

The Grant Writer at Homewise is responsible for carrying out the following duties:
• Lead grant proposal development/submission to deliver effective, funded grant proposals. This includes; proactive identification and research of grant opportunities, preparing and organizing materials for proposals, writing and editing proposals, submitting and tracking grant applications.
• Fulfill grant reporting requirements as required.
• Participate in the development of strategic relationships with public sector agencies to secure funding to provide homebuyer and home improvement assistance as well as subsidy for real estate development and community revitalization initiatives.
• Sustain positive relationships and communication with foundations and other funders.
• Serve as the project manager for grant proposals that require internal cross-departmental or external cross-agency collaboration and coordination.
• Support the Resource Development Director in researching and identifying new and relevant funding opportunities.
• Organize and coordinate updated and relevant internal and external data for grant writing purposes.
• Maintaining organized and accurate files for grants and grant relationships

Please apply here.


Facility Manager
Site Santa Fe
Posted May 11, 2021

SITE Santa Fe, a non-profit contemporary arts organization, is hiring immediately for a full-time Facility Manger. The Facility Manager works to maintain a high standard of professionalism and excellence in managing all aspects of museum facilities operations. Primary responsibilities include overseeing building maintenance and repair; security and safety management; technology and infrastructure; and, capital construction projects. The Facility Manager reports to the Director of Finance and Administration and works closely with all SITE employees. This person leads by example and is an excellent communicator. The Facilities Manager works Tuesday through Saturday, and may be called upon after hours in case of emergency. For a full job description, please visit our website. Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to: job@sitesantafe.org


Business Administrator
Conservation Voters New Mexico (CVNM)
Posted May 11, 2021

Conservation Voters New Mexico (CVNM) 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.


Accounting & Office Coordinator
Growing Up New Mexico
Posted May 4, 2021

The Accounting & Office Coordinator at Growing Up New Mexico provides essential in-person support to the Finance Department and general office operations and ensuring prompt and courteous service is a top priority. This position is responsible for providing clerical, accounting, and recordkeeping in support of the Controller and in compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). This position requires an understanding of accounting principles, excellent time management skills, pro-active oral and written communication, and the ability to consistently meet deadlines. Reliability and accuracy are essential. Occasional local travel is required for errands or events. Please see our website for more information.


Educational Assistant
Growing Up New Mexico
Posted May 4, 2021

The Growing Up New Mexico Early Learning Center at Kaune is a state-funded PreK Program that seeks to strengthen families and the community through an interconnected network of early intervention, education, economic development, and family support programs. Growing Up New Mexico is comprised of programs and services including Home Visiting; Great Start Family Support; Early Learning Programs; Bridges to Opportunity; Family, Friends and Neighbors; and Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library programs.

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


Home Visitor
Growing Up New Mexico
Posted May 4, 2021

The Home Visitor at Growing Up New Mexico provides culturally sensitive, in-home and community visitation services to families (prenatal to five) within Santa Fe and Rio Arriba 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. Please see our website for more information.


Lead Teacher
Growing Up New Mexico
Posted May 4, 2021

The Growing Up New Mexico Early Learning Center at Kaune is a state-funded PreK Program that seeks to strengthen families and the community through an interconnected network of early intervention, education, economic development, and family support programs. Growing Up New Mexico is comprised of programs and services including Home Visiting; Great Start Family Support; Early Learning Programs; Bridges to Opportunity; Family, Friends and Neighbors; and Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library programs.

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


Teacher’s Aide
Growing Up New Mexico
Posted May 4, 2021

The Growing Up New Mexico Early Learning Center at Kaune is a state-funded PreK Program that seeks to strengthen families and the community through an interconnected network of early intervention, education, economic development, and family support programs. Growing Up New Mexico is comprised of programs and services including Home Visiting; Great Start Family Support; Early Learning Programs; Bridges to Opportunity; Family, Friends and Neighbors; and Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library programs.

The Teacher’s Aide is responsible for providing support to each of the classrooms at the Early Learning Center at Kaune, and must report for duty on time and perform quality program assistance and support for meals. The Teacher Aide complies with program policies and disciplinary standards. Please see our website for more information.


Development Operations Coordinator
American Civil Liberties Union of New Mexico (ACLU-NM)
Posted May 4, 2021

The American Civil Liberties Union of New Mexico (ACLU-NM) is seeking a detail-oriented Development Operations Coordinator to work in our growing Development Department. The Development Department is responsible for raising $2M+ annually through individual and institutional contributions and maintaining and strengthening the organization’s relationships with its supporters and members.

The Development Operations Coordinator is primarily responsible for managing the day to day operations of the development department, oversight of all aspects of the donor database, coordinating special events, and providing administrative support to the Development Department. This job requires close attention to detail, accuracy, and donor confidentiality. The Development Operations Coordinator plays a key role in maintaining smooth processes and effective systems to allow us to be as intentional, efficient, and productive as possible.

To apply, email a cover letter, resume, and a list of three references to HR@aclu-nm.org and include in the subject line of the email: your last name and Development Operations Coordinator. In your letter, please indicate where you learned of the posting. Applications will be accepted until the position has been filled. We encourage you to apply as soon as possible as we will be evaluating applications on a rolling basis beginning on May 14, 2021. Application materials will also be accepted via postal mail, but electronic filing is strongly preferred. Mailed applications should be sent to c/o HR, P.O. Box 566, Albuquerque, NM 87103.


Summer Conservation Crews
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps
Posted May 4, 2021

Summer Conservation Crews at Rocky Mountain Youth Corps offer multiple positions in communities throughout New Mexico. RMYC is hiring Staff, Crew Leaders, Assistant Crew Leaders and Corpsmembers. Staff and Crew Leaders must be 21 and older while Assit. Crew Leaders and Corpsmembers must be between 17-25.


College, Career and Community Pathways Consultant
LANL Foundation
Posted May 4, 2021

LANL Foundation’s College, Career and Community Pathways (C3P) Program seeks an independent contractor to help: support education partners in adapting, implementing & expanding C3P programs leading to systemic redesign; increase access to high-quality work-based learning opportunities; strengthen regional leadership, partnerships and capacity toward a shared vision; foster more equitable access to internet and technology in our region and support Pueblos, Tribes & Nations in accomplishing their C3P goals. Compensation: $65,000 total, including GRT.


Grants Development Officer
First Nations Development Institute
Posted April 27, 2021

First Nations Development Institute is now hiring a Grants Development Officer to coordinate the development team. Responsibilities include the administrative management of grant submissions and the coordinating of grant reports to First Nations supporters. The Grants Development Officer provides critical backup for processing donations from individuals, third-party processors, and donor-advised funds and works with development staff on appeals and strategy. The position calls for excellent database management skills, including the ability to monitor grant income and programmatic goals and regularly report progress to program staff and First Nations leadership. Full job description: https://www.firstnations.org/our-values/jobs/?bbeml=tp-pck9Q6QNPEiuBt3JmyTokQ.jv7JGppV4g0CvizTSQ-JUzA.re8uCPbOh-0OrnYIFePS45Q.lzq2-xTr0lUyfUVI2BqTzwQ

To apply, submit a cover letter, resume and three references to HumanResources@firstnations.org. Please note Grants Development Officer in the title of the email.


Virtual Fundraising & Brand Development Specialist
Solace Crisis Treatment Center
Posted April 27, 2021

Solace Crisis Treatment Center is looking for someone who understands how to forge relationships in the community, virtual fundraising, online content creation, and building brand awareness through digital and social media. We suspect that this passionate and creative person will have a background in nonprofit business development, major donor relations, online events, digital media, copywriting, and/or other related skills. We are open to hearing from anyone who has a clear and strong vision for the position and can show us that their skills are what is needed in order to execute that vision.

We want you to know more than we do on the digital front, so the application process entails you showing us how you would approach this position and what resources and budget will be needed to execute it your ideas. Please submit a 500-word letter describing how you would:
• Raise money using virtual events
• Maximize brand awareness using new and existing channels
• Your relevant skills and experience

You can also submit an optional additional one-minute video (mp4 format) as a visual representation of you and/or your vision. 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.


Family Service Coordinator/Developmental Specialists
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted April 27, 2021

Las Cumbres Community Services seeks two full-time Family Service Coordinator/Developmental Specialists for the LCCS Family, Infant, Toddler program. Duties: assist families to access and receive early intervention services, complete intakes and evaluations, determine eligibility, and provide early intervention services in families’ homes.

BS or MS in early childhood education, social work, or related field required. Positions located in Espanola. Must have reliable transportation. Apply online www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs or submit cover letter/resume to: jobs@lccs-nm.org