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Program Director of Education and Opportunity Santa Fe
Santa Fe Community Foundation
Posted July 8, 2020

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

Read the full job description here.

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

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

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

Target start date: August 15, 2020 

Youth Organizer
Tewa Women United
Posted July 8, 2020

Primary Duties Include but not limited to: 
Coordinate TWU youth organizing, coordinate TWU Youth Advisory Council "A'Gin Youth", Oversee youth leadership development and community involvement.

Plays a role in TWU's Collective Journey to embody couragous spaces that center Indigenous women & girls to connect with ancestral knowingness, healing strengths, and life ways for the wellbeing of ALL.

Must have experience working with Native American Youth in Northern New Mexico.

To Apply: Interested applicants please send your resume and cover letter to Celina Hokeah at the following email: a'

Deadline: July 31, 2020

A'Gin Project Coordinator
Tewa Women United
Posted July 8, 2020

Primary Duties
Primary responsibility and oversight of the implementation of the A'Gin program
Work with school staff and A'Gin staff to implement the program in local schools. Coordinator will serve as liaison between schools, community cohorts and the A'Gin Project
Coordinator will oversee facilitators, provide supervision, and skill building opportunities for facilitators to ensure fidelity to the project.

To Apply: Interested applicants please send your resume and cover letter to Celina Hokeah at the following email: a'

Deadline: July 31, 2020

Education Director
Posted July 8, 2020

The Education Director administers and works to expand the scope of the Climate Innovation Challenge (CIC), a climate adaptation curriculum and video contest for 5-12th graders. In the program’s inaugural year, about 130 students in 5 schools in Northern and Central New Mexico participated in CIC, using a set of 5 lesson plans currently tailored for 5th, 8th, and 11th grade. Over the next few years, the CIC program manager will work to expand the number of participating schools, work with contractors and the CAVU team to expand the curriculum (eventually to serve as a replacement climate unit for commonly used curriculums), build an online platform and media resources, and identify and implement opportunities to expand this program in other ways, including funding.

To Apply: Email a resume and cover letter to, cc'ing

Deadline: July 13, 2020

Case Manager
Santa Fe Recovery Center

Posted July 1, 2020

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

To Apply: Please visit to apply online

Deadline: Open until filled.

Accounting Associate
New Mexico Foundation

Posted July 1, 2020

Responsible for processing Accounts Payable weekly, making deposits, filing, answering phones, ordering supplies, data entry, sending emails.

To Apply: Send resume to Carla Melendez at

Deadline: July 10, 2020

Great Start Lactation Consultant and Program Coordinator
United Way of Santa Fe County

Posted July 1, 2020

This position provides culturally sensitive, in-home and community visitation services to families in Santa Fe County during the postpartum period. The focus of the Great Start Family Support Home Visitation program includes, but is not limited to the following: breastfeeding support and education, health screening, maternal birth recovery, and infant development. The Lactation Consultant assesses family needs as families enter the program and provides education and support through use of reflective listening and assessment, using a structured curriculum to provide optimal opportunities for child and family growth and development. The Lactation Consultant links families with relevant community resources and completes other health screens as required by program standards

To Apply: To apply, please complete the UWSFC Application for Employment on this website:

Deadline: Open until filled.

First Born Program Home Visitor
United Way of Santa Fe County

Posted July 1, 2020

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

To Apply: To apply, please complete the UWSFC Application for Employment on this website:

Deadline: Open until filled.

Operations Associate
Santa Fe Youth Symphony Association

Posted June 17, 2020

The SFYSA Operations Associate provides vital administrative support to the Executive Director and Artistic Team, including managing and maintaining registration, tuition payments, coordinating communications, and providing general logistical support for the SFYSA as it works to carry out its mission. The Operations Associate often serves as the face of the organization, answering the phone and occupying the receptionist’s desk in the SFYSA office, contacting parents and vendors, and selling tickets and other materials at SFYSA events. The Operations Associate is crucial in the multitude of tasks that accompany our growing organization, and reports directly to the Executive Director of the organization. 
Full description:

To Apply: E-mail resume and cover letter to Andrea Cassutt, Executive Director at SFYSA: Subject: SFYSA Operations Associate Application

Deadline: Open until filled.

Midtown Shelter Case Manager
New Mexico Coalition to End Homelessness

Posted June 17, 2020

The Case Manager provides case management and crisis intervention services to shelter guests at the City of Santa Fe Midtown Shelter with an immediate goal of sheltering individuals and families who do not have a safe place to stay or self-isolate during the COVID-19 pandemic. Case management also includes the longer-term goal of moving individuals and families into permanent supportive housing as quickly as possible. Through the Unite Us platform and other coordinated entry systems, case manager will network with community organizations in order to provide referrals necessary for program participants to obtain housing and achieve overall stability. Services will be provided in Covid safe manner using masks, social distancing, phone meetings and outside meetings.

To Apply: Send cover letter, resume, and names, phone numbers and emails for three professional references to Email for complete description.

Deadline: July 1, 2020

Santa Fe Emergency Shelter Director
New Mexico Coalition to End Homelessness

Posted June 17, 2020

The Shelter Director is responsible to manage all aspects of the City of Santa Fe Midtown Emergency Shelter direct services and operation of shelter beds. The immediate goals of the shelter are to relieve pressure on local hospitals and reduce Covid-19 spread by receiving discharged Covid positive and medically fragile individuals without appropriate housing for health and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. Director will be responsible for ensuring that the Shelter offers cohesive unified programming consistent with current best practices, the City’s mission as adopted by the Board, and in alignment with federal and state laws and grantors’ regulations and agreements. The Director will supervise the Case Manager and all shelter staff.

To Apply: Send cover letter, resume, and names, phone numbers and emails for three professional references to

Deadline: July 1, 2020

Bilingual Advocacy Specialist
Solace Crisis Treatment Center

Posted June 10, 2020

Position Summary:

The primary role of this position entails working with survivors of sexual and other violent crimes by using trauma informed strategies to assist them in accessing services and navigating the criminal legal system. This position would entail both remote and in person service provision.

Required Qualifications:

  • Bilingual, with a preference for those who have Spanish as a first language.
  • 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.
  • Ability to serve clients with compassion, a belief that they are the experts in their own healing, and with strong professional boundaries.
  • Ability to form deep connections to community.
    Strong ability to collaborate with professionals from other disciplines and agencies involved in sexual violence investigations and/or provision of services with survivors and families. 
  • After-hours availability for on-call crisis hotline.
  • Access to reliable transportation.
  • Computer literacy in Windows-based applications

To Apply: Interested candidates should email a letter of interest, resume, and three professional references to the Executive Director, María José Rodríguez Cádiz, at

Deadline: Open until filled.

Volunteer Coordinator
Taos Milagro Rotary Club For The Love of Reading (FTLR) in cooperation with Not Forgotten Outreach

Posted June 10, 2020

The VISTA member will expand the FTLR program, establish capacity building and program sustainability strategies, and imbed volunteer management best-practices into the program. Your responsibilities will include: • Grant writing and establishing fundraising initiatives • Relationship building and program coordination with school personnel • Insure administration of program and outcomes assessment strategies • Secure a supply of diverse and age appropriate books • Volunteer management: recruitment, orientation, training, and recognition.

To Apply: Via My AmeriCorps

Deadline: July 2, 2020

Executive Director
New Mexico Asian Family Center
Posted June 8, 2020

The Executive Director reports to the Board and is responsible for fulfilling the mission and overseeing administrative, programmatic, and fiscal management of the organization. The Executive Director should possess skills related to strategic planning, fundraising/grant writing, community outreach, and legislative initiatives while also embodying the beliefs and ideals of our community.

To Apply: Submit resume, cover letter, writing sample and references electronically to Ms. Carol Suzuki, Interim Board Chair at

Deadline: For best consideration, apply by June 24, 2020. Open until filled.

Course Administrator
Regenesis Institute for Regenerative Practice
Posted June 1, 2020

We are looking for a multi-faceted Course Administrator to support the successful delivery of globally distributed courses, and to ensure the quality of our students’ experience. The Course Administrator ensures the smooth flow of systems, processes and communications at each stage of a student’s journey through a course, and works with our team to ensure a clear and coherent experience for our volunteer host team members and faculty members.

To Apply: Apply via our LinkedIn listing.

Deadline: We will begin scheduling interviews in mid June.

Director of Advancement
New Mexico Highlands University Foundation
Posted June 1, 2020

The Director of Advancement provides oversight to the NMHU Foundation operations as well as leading the Major and Planned Giving efforts of the Foundation. Under the direction of the VP of Student & Donor Engagement, the Director of Advancement will supervise Foundation Financial Officer, and all externally contracted vendors and consultant relationships, as well as carry a portfolio of high level major and planned giving donors. The Director of Advancement will be responsible for meeting revenue goals for major planned giving, a significant portion of Foundation total revenue.

To Apply:

Deadline: Open until filled.

Development Director
New Mexico Environmental Law Center
Posted May 29, 2020

The New Mexico Environmental Law Center (NMELC) is seeking applications for a Development Director dedicated to NMELC’s mission of working with communities to advance environmental justice and human rights. The Development Director develops and implements an organizational fundraising plan which concentrates on growing our major donor support, growing our foundation support, and planning special events. Full-time/exempt annual salary of $55,000-$70,000 depending on experience. Benefits include health and life insurance and paid leave. For complete job description, visit

To Apply: For complete job description and to apply, visit

Deadline: June 12, 2020

Executive Director
New Mexico Environmental Law Center
Posted May 27, 2020

The New Mexico Environmental Law Center (NMELC) Board of Directors is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Executive Director. The position includes a competitive salary (based on full-time/exempt status) and benefits including health and life insurance and paid leave.

Applicants should have a passion for social and environmental justice, an appreciation of the inequities inherent in the application and practice of law, and an understanding of land-based cultures, colonization-related impacts, tribal systems, and social justice movements.
Applicants should have a passion for leading a public interest law firm that seeks to ensure social and environmental justice and a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion within local communities.

To Apply: For complete job description and to apply, visit

Deadline: June 5, 2020

Early Childhood Educators
United Way of Santa Fe County
Posted May 27, 2020

We are looking for professional, creative, and dedicated early childhood educators to join our team at the Early Learning Center at Kaune. Currently hiring lead teachers, assistant teachers, and floating teachers aides for 3 and 4-year-old classrooms.

To Apply: Please visit our website and fill out an application:

Deadline: Open until filled.

Executive Director
Enlace Comunitario
Posted May 22, 2020

Enlace Comunitario (EC), a non-profit organization serving Spanish-speaking immigrant victims of domestic violence and advocating for systemic change in Albuquerque, NM, seeks Executive irector. For nearly 20 years EC has been transforming lives of Latino immigrant victims of domestic violence, their children and their communities in Central NM. We are a passionate, highly motivated group of advocates, counselors, educators, attorneys, public policy experts, and fundraisers, and we’re looking for an exceptional Executive Director to join our team. The Executive Director provides leadership, strategic direction, management and oversight of all aspects of the organization as authorized by the Board of Directors

Bilingual Spanish/English required.

 Salary range is $75,000 – $90,000 based on education and experience. This is a full-time position.

For complete job description and to apply: visit

Deadline: Open until filled.

Program Officer - Family Economic Security, New Mexico
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Posted May 20, 2020

The new program officer will play a management role on the New Mexico team, providing overall leadership and oversight of the portfolio’s programmatic, policy, and systems change initiatives, and specific leadership and oversight of efforts aimed at advancing economic development and economic justice for New Mexico’s working families. The ideal candidate will have deep knowledge of and experience with New Mexico’s diverse communities, the economic context in the region, and how to support innovation and foster collaboration that improves the economic security of New Mexico’s most vulnerable children and families. 

To Apply: Visit this link.

Voter Registration Field Organizer
Student PIRGs
Posted May 20, 2020

Run a non-partisan voter registration and turnout campaign in a campus community. Campus Organizers recruit and train a team of volunteers to help register 18-29 year olds, collect pledges to vote, and contact all of these young people to turn out the vote on Election Day. Educate students and train new leaders. Campus Organizers teach citizenship and organizing skills. Campus Organizers also oversee an internship program, through which students can earn academic course credit for their work to boost youth voter engagement.

To Apply: Visit this link.

Deadline: July 24, 2020

Utilization Review Specialist
Santa Fe Recovery Center
Posted May 13, 2020



Utilization review is the use of managed care techniques such as prior authorization that allow payers, particularly health insurance companies to manage the cost of health care benefits by assessing its appropriateness before it is provided using evidence-based criteria or guidelines and requires the specialized knowledge and experience of clinicians. Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervision Manager, the Utilization Review Specialist processes prior authorization requests for Medicaid and private insurance for clients entering treatment and throughout the course of treatment at Santa Fe Recovery Center.  




  1. A Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Psychology, Social Work, Addictions or related health field and currently licensed in New Mexico as a counselor, therapist or social worker.
  2. Current independent license such as LPCC, LCSW or related degree preferred.
  3. ASAM Certified preferred.
  4. Two years of experience working with client with co-occurring mental health/substance abuse issues preferred.
  5. In the case of a recovering person, he/she must have successfully maintained a 3 year period of uninterrupted abstinence from alcohol and/or drugs.
  6. Must be computer literate in order to effectively maintain compliance with standards and requirements for use of computerized client assessments.
  7. Bi-lingual preferred (English-Spanish)

To Apply: Please send resumes to

Deadline: June 1, 2020

College and Career Coordinator
College and Career Plaza
Posted April 29, 2020

The College and Career Coordinator is primarily responsible for implementing College and Career Plaza (CCP) curriculum and programs at Santa Fe High School (SFHS) or Capital High School (CHS) Positions are based in the library. 

Compensation: $25-$30/hour DOE. 30 hours/week. 182 days academic schedule. Cell phone stipend.

Required Skills and Qualifications: Three years experience with youth program facilitation or counseling/teacher certification. Self driven. Ability to achieve goals independently. Proactive communication and professionalism. Available during some evenings and weekends in support of CCP and district events. Spanish language proficiency preferred. Bachelor's Degree Preferred.

To Apply: Please send resume and letter of interest to:

Deadline: Applications considered on a rolling basis. Deadline is July 1, 2020.

Bandelier Conservation Crew /  Bandelier Historic Preservation Crew
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps
Posted April 29, 2020

Join an AmeriCorps crew working on conservation, and historic preservation projects in Bandelier National Monument. Youth between the ages of 17-25 will Serve their community as part of a team while working with other AmeriCorps members! Earn a living stipend of $760 before taxes, and a $1,289.95 Educational award (college scholarship). Personal and
Professional training included: CPR/1st Aid, Mental Health First Aid, Resume/Cover Letters, and much more.

To Apply: Visit

Deadline: ASAP, interviewing now

Associate Director
Community Against Violence
Posted April 23, 2020

SCOPE OF POSITION: Provide supervision and oversight of CAV’s direct services and prevention programs. Engage in reflective supervision of staff. Work to ensure cohesive unified programming consistent with current best practices, CAV philosophy and mission statements, and in alignment with federal and state laws and grantors’ regulations and agreements.

MINIMUM STAFF QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree in social service field with one (1) year experience in the domestic/sexual violence population and at least one (1) year experience in supervision/administration, or comparable number of years of applicable work experience.

Must participate in a minimum of forty (40) hours of relevant training in DV/SV/CA initially. Twenty (20) hours minimum of ongoing training per year, may include NMCADV, CSVANW, VOCA, or VAWA training. Must be 18 years of age or older.

For more information and for position responsibilities, click here.

How to apply: 945 Salazar Rd. Taos, NM 87571

Deadline: Open until filled.

Clinical Supervisor
Santa Fe Recovery Center
Posted April 8, 2020

Under the supervision of the Clinical Director, Clinical Supervisor performs professional work in developing, planning, organizing and coordinating all client service activities within the structured framework of SFRC Policies and Procedures and in compliance with a CARF accredited organization and BHSD regulations. Responsible for supervising a counseling staff in the Residential Components.

A Masters Degree or Doctorate from an accredited college or university in Substance Abuse Counseling; Guidance and Counseling; Psychology; or related health field, plus any combination or graduate studies in the above areas and experience in Mental Health and Addictions Counseling adding up to five (5) years.

How to apply: Please send resumes to

Deadline for applications: June 1, 2020

Transitional Housing Advocate
Community Against Violence
Posted March 25, 2020

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

How to apply: 945 Salazar Rd. Taos, NM 87571

Deadline: Open until filled.

February 10, 2020