Additional Upcoming Events

Learning Lab: Women of Color in the Sector with Annie Sanchez
Tue, 23 Jul 2019
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

New Mexico Planned Giving Roundtable: How and Why to form a Legacy Society
Thu, 25 Jul 2019
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner 2019?
Fri, 09 Aug 2019
6:30 PM - 10:30 PM

Learning Lab: The Five-Minute Fundraiser
Wed, 14 Aug 2019
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Executive Director Learning Circle: Regrouping to Set Your Organization's Course
Thu, 15 Aug 2019
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM



/Home
> Nonprofit News > Nonprofit Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities

Job postings are listed in the order they are received with the most recent at the top. While many positions are "open until filled," please be sure to check the deadline for applications.

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

Looking to post a job? Please use this form to submit your job posting


Director of Development
Paws and Stripes
Posted July 12, 2019

The primary functions of the position are to identify, cultivate and solicit major gifts and annual contributions, execute special events, and ensure donor stewardship. Responsible for strategic planning and executing development initiatives and fundraising activities in collaboration with the Board of Directors, CEO, Development Coordinator, and other organizational staff and volunteers. The ideal candidate will have 3-5 years of development experience including demonstrated non-profit fundraising, major solicitation, donor stewardship, outreach, and event planning. For more information, go to www.pawsandstripes.org for a complete job description.

How to apply: To apply, please send Resume and Cover Letter explaining your interest in working as Director of Development of Paws and Stripes

Deadline for applications: July 31, 2019


Development Assistant
Conservation Voters New Mexico
Posted July 12, 2019

The Development Assistant works in a collaborative environment to support a robust and growing grassroots fundraising program that complements the organization’s overall fundraising strategy, determined in conjunction with the Development Director. Visit our website for more details.

How to apply:Send a cover letter, resume and two writing samples to careers@cvnm.org with “Development Assistant” in the subject. No phone calls please.

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Development Associate
Museum of New Mexico Foundation
Posted July 12, 2019

The Development Associate is a key member of the Museum of New Mexico Foundation (MNMF) development team. This individual contributes to the Foundation’s efforts to secure gifts for the Exhibition Development Fund, Education Fund, campaigns and special programs for the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (MIAC), Office of Archeological Studies (AOC), Museum of Art (MOA), and the Centennial Campaign. Responsibilities include gift and pledge reporting using Salesforce; donor communications, including fundraising appeals and stewardship mailings; campaign reporting and list development; prospect research; and fundraising event planning, implementation and follow-up. The associate works collaboratively with other departments.

How to apply: For instructions on how to apply, and to see the complete job posting and a list of benefits, please see https://www.museumfoundation.org/employment/

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Community Against Violence
Community Educator
Posted July 12, 2019

To address the root causes of domestic and sexual violence in Taos County by promoting CAV and our mission toward ending violence and supporting survivors of violence. To assist community members in finding ways they can end domestic and sexual violence. Deliver violence prevention programming and outreach services throughout Taos County through school-based youth trainings, community groups, workshops, and other strategies on preventing domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.

How to apply: email info@taoscav.org

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Community Against Violence
CHANGES Facilitator & Case Manager
Posted July 12, 2019

Assist in coordinating and providing comprehensive compliance monitoring for the CHANGES domestic violence offender re-education program to court-ordered, self-referred or other agency-referred clients, which address and seek to reduce the frequency and impact of domestic violence perpetration. Assure services provided meet the New Mexico state standards for Domestic Violence Offender Treatment/Intervention (DVOT/I) and national best practices, as contained in current version of 8.8.7 of the NM Administrative Code. www.taoscav.org

How to apply: info@taoscav.org

Deadline for applications: August 19, 2019


Rio Arriba Adult Literacy Program
Program Coordinator
Posted July 12, 2019

Organized educational administrator/academician overseeing our ever-growing program of volunteer tutors and literacy students. Flexible, part time (24 hours per week), and occasionally includes weekend/evening hours. Must speak Spanish. We are located in Española.

How to apply: email your cover letter and resume to jobs@raalp.org

Deadline for applications: July 24, 2019


Communications Director
Western Landowners Alliance
Posted July 8, 2019

Western Landowners Alliance (WLA) seeks an energetic and effective communications director to advance external relations for our rapidly growing West-wide non-profit organization. Preferred location is Santa Fe, New Mexico, though alternative arrangements may be considered. Travel and occasional evening and weekend work is required. The communications director will manage and produce external communications for the organization, including strategic communications planning, media relations, social media, website, newsletters, advertising and publications. The communications director will report to the executive director and work directly with communications consultants and members of the WLA staff. For full job description, click here.

Please send cover letter, resume, a writing sample, and contacts for three professional references to Jennifer Lind at jlind@westernlandowners.org by July 19, 2019.


Development Coordinator, Part-time
Bioneers
Posted July 7, 2019

Bioneers seeks a Development Coordinator for the overall project management of Foundations and Grants cycles. This includes tracking grant deadlines and foundation requirements and assisting with the coordination of report and proposal submissions. Additional responsibilities may be added as needed. The ideal candidate will have project management skills, knowledge of current fundraising best practices and proficiency in using Salesforce. This is a part-time non-exempt position based in Santa Fe, NM with a maximum of 20 work hours per week.

How to apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to careers@bioneers.org. Please send as PDFs or Word attachments. 

Deadline for applications: Open until filled


Accountant
Youth Shelters and Family Services
Posted July 7, 2019

Small, local nonprofit organization seeks Accountant to provide Grant Compliance and Invoicing services for Youth Shelters and Family Services (YSFS). Will review payroll, accounts payable and receivable; provide supervision of finance and billing systems; maintain a fixed asset listing; track and maintain agency licenses, registrations and business contracts; provide grant management including compilation of data, completion of reports, submission of contract billing, and analysis of and management of receivables, draw-downs and cash flow.

 How to apply: Email resume and cover letter (or for more information/full job description) to Alissa Byrne, HR Director, abyrne@youthshelters.org


Housing Coordinator
Samaritan House
Posted June 28, 2019 

The Housing Coordinator has complete responsibility for the MFA, HUD, and all other housing programs. Responsibilities include personnel and financial management, billing and coordinating of services in compliance with grant requirements. This position requires the ability to complete complex reporting requirements independently, on time and accurately.

How to apply: In person, 1000 Mills, Las Vegas NM 87701

Deadline for applications: Open until filled


Office Administrator
Camino de Paz Secondary School
Posted June 28, 2019

The Office Administrator is responsible for the office-oriented operations of the Camino de Paz Secondary School in both of its locations: the High School at the Santa Fe Railyard and the Middle School at the Santa Cruz farm campus. In addition to maintaining a warm, supportive and hospitable environment, the administrator is responsible for organization, communication, and institutional memory. This staff member works closely with all Camino de Paz staff members, spends part of the workweek at each campus, and reports to the Education Director. If interested in this position, please email us for the full description.

How to apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter to Patricia Pantano, Co-Founder and Educational Director and Brady McCartney, Founding High School Principal

Deadline for applications: July 27th, 2019


Director of Development
Santa Fe Council on International Relations
Posted June 28, 2019

The Director of Development is a new position at CIR. The successful candidate will oversee all development activities and report to CIR’s Executive Director. Founded as a nonprofit organization in 1965 to assist foreign visitors, the Santa Fe Council on International Relations (CIR) has grown rapidly in recent years, both expanding and enhancing its activities. The Director of Development will play a key, leading role in this growth.

How to apply:email admin@sfcir.org with resume and cover letter stating interest

Deadline for applications: Open until filled


Finance Administrator
Museum of New Mexico Foundation
Posted June 28, 2019

The Finance Administrator provides accurate and timely data entry, accounts payable, professional service agreements, maintains records and provides acknowledgment letters for all development and membership gifts, matching gifts and grants, including pledges and payments.

How to apply: Submit cover letter and resume (PDFs) to Georgine Flores, Director of Finance, at georgine@museumfoundation.org.

Deadline for applications: Open until filled


Camino de Paz Montessori High School
Founding High School Faculty
Posted June 20, 2019

Camino de Paz Montessori Secondary School is seeking Teachers/Guides to join its founding high school faculty.

Teacher/guide requirements:

* Has a college degree in a humanities-related field or science- and math-related field or Spanish /Spanish Pedagogy/Spanish and/or Latin American Literature
* Knowledge of the Montessori philosophy is a plus; we are willing to train you to work in a Montessori environment
* Experience or interest in planning and implementing Integrated Curriculum with peers and a collaborative approach
* Strong communication and listening skills that allow for clear and regular communication with peers, students, and families
* Ability to inspire students from diverse backgrounds to learn

How to apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter to: Patricia Pantano, Co-Founder and Educational Director, and, Brady McCartney, Founding Principal

Deadline for applications: August 1, 2019

For more information, contact or go to: http://www.caminodepaz.net

Psychotherapist (full and part time)
Solace Crisis Treatment Center
Posted June 20, 2019

The psychotherapist provides evidence-based treatment and complex trauma psychotherapy treatment to all survivors of sexual violence, and other violent crimes, as well as to non-offending family members, guardians, and other close supporters.

See the complete job descriptions on our website: www.findsolace.org

How to apply: Interested candidates should email a letter of interest, resume, and three professional references to the Clinical Manager, Denise Moore, dm

Deadline for applications: Open until filled


Gerard's House
Part-Time Bookkeeper
Posted June 20, 2019

Small established non-profit is seeking a skilled, part-time bookkeeper. The chosen candidate must have a strong knowledge of QuickBooks and Excel. Bookkeeper will work closely with our Board Treasurer and our Executive Director. Duties include processing payables and receivables, writing checks for approval, processing payroll and running various financial reports. Accuracy and timeliness are paramount. Compensation is hourly pay commensurate with experience. Preference is given for an individual with experience in non-profit accounting. Gerard’s House is a safe place for grieving children, teens and families, where healing happens through acceptance and peer support. Learn more at Gerardshouse.org.

How to apply: Please send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to Co-Executive Director Nicole Gonzales, nicolegerardshouse@gmail.com

Deadline for applications: July 19, 2019


MAKE Santa Fe
Education Coordinator
Posted June 20, 2019

MAKE Santa Fe is looking for an Education Coordinator to share their programming vision with the MAKE community. Our Education Coordinator is responsible for scheduling monthly programming, working with faculty to create exciting curriculum that meets safety standards, and working with outside partners to develop community programming.

How to apply: Email resume and cover letter to applications@makesantafe.org

More info here: https://makesantafe.org/ed-coord-search/

Deadline for applications: July 9, 2019


Data and Assessment Manager
Communities In Schools of New Mexico
Posted June 14, 2019

The Data and Assessment Manager will be responsible for daily management of CIS of New Mexico's data collection systems including our database, while monitoring data integrity. This position works to ensure efficient, consistent, and thorough data collection by CIS's school-based staff via the creation and implementation of trainings, data guides, and other collection tools as needed as well as ongoing staff support. Other responsibilities include conducting regular data reviews, generating reports, setting data deadlines and reporting calendars, and staying abreast of ongoing technical changes to the database. The ideal candidate will have an educational background in data management, computer science, systems analysis and design, or related field.

How to apply: Please go to www.cisnm.org/careers for full job description and how to apply.

Deadline for applications : June 30, 2019


Training & Events Coordinator
Tewa Women United
Posted June 14, 2019

The Training and Events Coordinator helps to advance the Tewa Women United mission by supporting the work of the Indigenous Women’s Health and Reproductive Justice Program (IWH). This position reports to the IWH Program Manager and is specifically responsible for IWH trainings and events. The Training and Events Coordinator provides broad support for IWH events, including event logistics. IWH key events include the monthly Parents Circles; quarterly Childbirth Education Classes; Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support Circles; Abortion SpeakOuts, community trainings, as well as our upcoming YVK Doula Training and Certification Program.

How to apply: send resume and cover letter to: doulas@tewawenunited.org

Deadline for applications: June 30, 2019

 


Fundraising/ Marketing Assistant
World, Women, Work
Posted June 7, 2019

Environmental non-profit needs part-time marketing/fundraising assistant 2 days a week. Must be computer literate, a good writer and Mail Chimp savvy. 20-25$ per hour.

How to apply: Send resume and letter of interest to audrey@themettaagenncy on behalf of Women, World, Work.

Deadline for applications: June 30, 2019


WAVE Prevention Specialist
Santa Fe Public Schools
Posted June 4, 2019

The WAVE Prevention Specialist is responsible for coordinating the Wellness Ambassadors to Voice and Empower (WAVE) groups at Santa Fe middle and high schools, including designing and implementing youth-led and supported projects and campaigns, advocating for prevention policies, and conducting community outreach. Full-time, 10 month position, start date end of July. Benefits included. How to apply:Apply online SFPS Applitrack system, under job id 3289.
https://www.applitrack.com/sfps/onlineapp/

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.

For more information, contact or go to: Jenn Jevertson, jjevertson@sfps.k12.nm.us

Violence Prevention Program Coordinator / Instructor
Resolve

Posted June 4, 2019

Are you interested in helping prevent violence in New Mexico? Do you have experience with teaching, education, or public speaking? If so - this position may be a good fit. The primary responsibilities of this full-time position include: teaching interactive violence prevention classes, coordinating classes, and building and maintaining positive community partnerships with area schools and organizations. This position will focus on youth programming, primarily in Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico. These programs include our anti-bias/anti-bullying classes and sexual assault/domestic violence prevention. Bilingual (English/Spanish) applicants preferred. Full position description available at resolvenm.org/employment

How to apply: To apply, email a letter of interest, resume, and three professional references to Marie Schow at marie@resolvenm.org

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Conservation Program Manager
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps
Posted May 28, 2019

The role of the Upper Rio Grande Program Manager will offer organizational leadership and program management in accordance with RMYC’s guidelines and the philosophy of Positive Youth Development. The Program Manager is responsible for direct oversight of program personnel, community collaboration, project acquisition, partner satisfaction, and program reporting. Additionally, the Program Manager is responsible for program design and evaluation, and ensuring smooth implementation of programming.  

How to apply: https://staff-youthcorps.icims.com/jobs/search?hashed=-435596540

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Bilingual Child/Adolescent Therapist
Esperanza Shelter
Posted May 28, 2019

This part-time position is responsible for counseling children who have directly experienced or witnessed domestic violence. The residential shelter is an ever changing dynamic environment. This requires a trauma-informed client centered approach combined with patience, centeredness, flexibility and the skills to do brief counseling and crisis interventions with families. This is not a traditional therapeutic office setting where clients attend scheduled therapy sessions. Other major duties include mentoring the Child Life Skills Coordinators, facilitating Circle of Security parenting classes and providing trainings for staff. See full description here https://esperanzashelter.org/get-involved/jobs/

How to apply: Apply here: https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=Esperanza+Shelter&l=Santa+Fe%2C+NM

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Pre-K Administrative Assistant
United Way of Santa Fe County

Posted May 28, 2019

UWSFC Early Learning Center at Kaune is a state-funded PreK Program for 3- and 4-year-olds that seeks to strengthen families and the community through an interconnected network of early intervention, education, economic development and family support programs. The Administrative Assistant will provide support to the Director of Early Learning at Kaune (PreK). The Administrative Assistant will also provide support to ensure smooth operations and communications between families, the community and UWSFC programs & administration. This position requires a high degree of proficiency with data entry and management, strong organizational skills, excellent written and oral communication, ability to multi-task, adherence to project deadlines, and efficient problem-solving.

How to apply: https://www.uwsfc.org/uwsfc-application-employment/

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Program Specialist – Santa Fe and Rio Arriba Counties
Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region

Posted May 21, 2019

Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region (BBBSMR) is looking for a community focused dynamic Program Specialist to join our innovative and collaborative team. BBBSMR provides one-to-one mentoring services to children facing adversity that empowers them to reach their fullest potential. This person will provide excellent customer service to volunteers, youth and families by efficiently and effectively enrolling, matching and supporting them in the BBBSMR program.

How to apply: Email resume and cover letter to Veronica.DeLeon-Dowd@bbbsmountainregion.org


Customer Relations/ Program Specialist
Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region

Posted May 21, 2019

This individual will contribute to the Program and BBBSMR as a whole by providing excellent customer service to volunteers, youth and families by efficiently and effectively enrolling, matching and supporting them in the BBBSMR program & by providing exceptional customer service while greeting visitors and answering questions.

How to apply: Veronica.DeLeon-Dowd@bbbsmountainregion.org

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Development Specialist
Santa Fe Public Schools Adelante
Posted May 21, 2019

The Adelante Development Specialist (DS) serves as an essential member of the Adelante team, ensuring the financial sustainability and growth of the program, as well as working towards greater community awareness of our work through events, communications and marketing. The DS will be responsible for grant writing, including maintaining existing funding sources as well as exploring new grants. The DS will also work closely with staff members responsible for data management in order to coordinate reports and communication with granting bodies. The DS will maintain the Adelante website, keeping it up to date with current events, contacts, photos and other information.

How to apply: https://www.applitrack.com/sfps/onlineapp/JobPostings/view.asp?AppliTrackJobId=2703&FromAdmin=True

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.

For more information, contact or go to: https://www.applitrack.com/sfps/onlineapp/


Adelante Secondary School Liaison
Santa Fe Public Schools Adelante
Posted May 21, 2019

Knowledge of how to accomplish goals within a large school system;
Understanding of local community services available to families living in homelessness and extreme poverty;
Ability to converse in English and Spanish;
Ability to create a calm, safe environment in high intensity situations;
Knowledge of Latino and Native cultures, LGBTQ population and competency in working with participants from these and other populations;
Ability to gather appropriate data and submit orderly logs for review in a timely manner;
Ability to work as a valued and collaborative team member while still being independent and a self-starter;
Ability to negotiate, advocate and mediate between schools, community agencies and youth;

How to apply: https://www.applitrack.com/sfps/onlineapp/JobPostings/view.asp?AppliTrackJobId=2378&FromAdmin=True

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.

For more information, contact or go to: https://www.applitrack.com/sfps/onlineapp/


Donor Relations Manager
Conservation Voters New Mexico

Posted May 12, 2019

Work in a collaborative environment to support a growing development department in the following ways: 1) develop and implement a leadership giving program ($1,000-24,999 range), 2) manage statewide fundraising event program, 3) manager donor stewardship calendar of activities and 4) identify and research potential major donors.

How to apply: Send a cover letter, resume and two writing samples to careers@cvnm.org with “Donor Relations Manager” in the subject line. No phone calls please.

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Program Officer (Health Equity), New Mexico
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Posted May 12, 2019

Job description: https://nonprofitprofessionals.com/additional-searches/wkkfponm

How to apply:WKKF-PONM@nonprofitprofessionals.com


Department of Finance and Administration
Office of the Secretary
New Mexico Complete Census Count Coordinator (term position)
Posted May 12, 2019

•  Support State Complete Count Committee as established by Executive Order 2019-007, including coordinating and attending all committee and subcommittee meetings, establishing meeting agendas, preparing meeting materials

•  Research and make recommendations to State Complete Count Committee on method for allocating legislatively appropriated funds to support local government complete count efforts and training for the 2020 Census

•  Collaborate with State Demographer to identify and target hard to count communities in New Mexico using a data informed approach and based on evidence-based practices

•  Manage and oversee grant agreements with local public entities regarding distribution and expenditure of legislatively appropriated funds

• Manage and oversee procurement of complete count services provided by non-profit organizations and other contractors to support local government complete count efforts in accordance with the State of New Mexico procurement laws and rules

•  Manage and oversee the agreements and contracts process to establish detailed scope of work, legal sufficiency, adequate accountability among other areas in accordance with the State of New Mexico procurement laws and rules

•  Develop detailed project plans with milestones, timelines, and responsible parties for the work of the State Complete Count Committee

•  Develop and implement goals and performance metrics corresponding to the expenditure of state funds to support local government complete count efforts, pursuant either to grant agreements with local governments or contracts with non-profit organizations or other contractors

•  Provide regular reports on the expenditure of appropriated funds to DFA Secretary

•  Compile information about complete count efforts undertaken by state agencies, local public entities, and non-profit groups to report to the State Complete Count Committee

•  Collaborate with staff and members of local complete count committees to develop and disseminate best practices to the State Complete Count Committee

•  Assist in development of budget request for FY2021 appropriation to support complete count efforts, if necessary

•  Collaborate with all stakeholders, including the Governor’s Office and Census Bureau on efforts to most effectively achieve an accurate, complete count

• Assist the DFA Secretary and the State Complete Count Committee with written reports regarding expenditures and grantee and/or contractor activities due to the Legislative Finance Committee and the Governor as required by the appropriating legislation and Executive Order 2019-007, respectively

Target start date: June 1, 2019. Salary range: $73,309.60/year

How to apply: Inquiries and cover letter/resumes should be directed to DFA legal counsel Jeremy Farris (Jeremy.Farris@state.nm.us) and Karen Armijo (Karen.Armijo@state.nm.us)


Santa Fe Recovery Center
Administrative Assistant
Posted May 8, 2019

Duties of the Administrative Assistant include providing support to our Managers', assisting in daily office needs and managing our company's general administrative activities so that the operational and strategic goals of the organization are effectively met.

Computer proficiency, office equipment operations including telephone systems, web-based applications, interpersonal, oral and written communication skills required. 1-3 years experience required. Salary based on Qualifications and experience. Full-time.

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Open until filled

Rio Grande Mindfulness Institute
Program Administrator
Posted May 8, 2019

Rio Grande Mindfulness Institute (RGMI) is seeking a part time Program Administrator for our educational outreach program. RGMI is a program of Mountain Cloud Zen Center, a nonprofit organization. Go to www.mountaincloud.org/mindfulness to learn about us.

Requirements: 
Expert with Google drive 
Experience managing simple budgets in Excel
Willingness to help train co-directors on computer programs 
Marketing experience: Social media and traditional marketing 
Excellent customer service skills in person and on phone 
Data management skills for creating class rosters, etc. 
Must have car 
Must be able to work from home

The ideal candidate will also have the following: graphic design experience. Work experience in a school, college, or retreat center.

How to apply: email melissa@mountaincloud.org

Deadline for applications: Open until filled.


Santa Fe Recovery Center
Recovery Peer Support and Housing Manager
Posted May 8, 2019

We are a heart-centered community ready to serve the long term wholeness of New Mexico residents. We provide evidence-based, trauma-informed, holistic treatment of substance use disorders in a seamless continuum of care that begins with detox, and follows with a 30-day Residential Treatment, 90-day Extended Residential Treatment, Recovery Housing, a 4-month Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), Regular Outpatient Treatment, Individual Therapy, Volunteering Opportunities, and comprehensive long-term planning and support of client’s return to the community at large. We have an immediate full time opening for a CPSW, CFPSW, Recovery Peer Support & Housing Manager.

 


Programs and Operations Director
Upaya Zen Center
Posted May 8, 2019

This position carries the responsibility for the execution of Upaya’s programs and retreats as well as organizational management and efficiency. Leads the Programs and Operations Team in order to prepare and execute exceptional workshops and retreats at Upaya. Works closely with the Abbot and the Leadership Team to manage guest experience, faculty relations, and staff.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Owns the quality of the guest experience and smooth execution of 40-45 programs annually. Producing and managing a detailed programs budget, working with the Abbot and Finance Director. Leading the Programs & Operations team, including the registrar, finance, retreat manager and maintenance; includes setting goals, professional development and hiring. Communicating effectively with all departments on a continual basis to ensure that all program logistics are tended to with care. Driving organizational efficiency and ongoing improvements in support systems. Working with the Abbot and maintenance department to continuously improve the physical campus, including the design of Upaya’s rooms and grounds. Nurturing a place of practice and learning for the thousands of people who come to Upaya each year. Required Qualifications: Minimum of 7-10 years’ experience related to the management of a retreat center, hospitality, or similar mid-sized non-profit organization. Strong leadership and communication skills. Ability to effectively manage staff and projects. Financial fluency and comfort with numbers; proficiency with MS Office and financial management software. Knowledge of data analysis and forecasting methods.

Conditions of Employment
Ability to work a variable schedule, including some weekends during Upaya’s largest retreats.

Unique opportunity to join Upaya Zen Center as a full-time Operations Director. Responsible for the quality of the guest experience and smooth execution of 40-45 programs annually. Candidates with a knowledge of Zen practice and/or familiar with the unique demands of a robust retreat center will be prioritized. Compensation package includes paid holidays, sick and vacation days, health insurance, and opportunities to attend retreats by some of the leading Buddhist teachers in the world. Click here for full job description. Please submit cover letter and resume to resumes@upaya.org. The position will be kept open until the right candidate is found. Please no phone inquiries or personal visits.

How to apply: judypmccarthy@gmail.com

 


Opportunity Santa Fe: AmeriCorps VISTA
Posted: January 30, 2019

Support the collective impact work of Opportunity Santa Fe. Work in the areas of early childhood, HS to college transitions, out of school time initiatives, and more in the birth to career field! Visit www.opportunitysantafe.org/americorps-vista to learn more.

How to apply:

  1. Create an account on my.americorps.gov
  2. Search for Listing: Santa Fe Collective Impact - Birth to Career
  3. Click Apply Now!

Deadline for applications: Open until filled


United States Census 2020: Temporary Positions
Posted: January 30, 2019

The U.S. Census 2020 is hiring for a variety of temporary jobs, including census takers, recruiting assistants, office staff, and supervisory staff. To be eligible, you must be at least 18 years old, have a valid Social Security number, and be a U.S. citizen. Review job qualifications here.

Positions for the 2020 Census are located throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Explore our interactive map to find the pay rates in your county or municipio. Learn more and check pay rates here.

To Apply: Candidates must complete an online job application. The application includes assessment questions about your education, work, and other experience. See application process here