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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.

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Senior Manager, People & Culture
Santa Fe Community Foundation
Posted September 15, 2021

Santa Fe Community Foundation (SFCF) is inviting applications and nominations for a Senior Manager, People and Culture. This role is critical to shaping and implementing the Foundation’s strategy pertaining to organizational culture and staff development that advances the Foundation’s overarching strategic goals. Reporting to the President & CEO and collaborating closely with the Senior Vice President for Finance & Operations, this role will be responsible for the planning, development and execution of all internal human resource, people development, and organizational culture for the Foundation – aligning impactful culture change content foundation goals, coordinating strategic and responsive people development practices with colleagues and functions across the Foundation, and overseeing human resource systems to support the Foundation’s needs. View full job description.

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Office Coordinator
Santa Fe Community Foundation
Posted September 15, 2021

Responsible for managing seamless and supportive operations for Santa Fe Community Foundation office, including providing hospitality and excellent customer service to visitors and staff; creating a warm, welcoming, and efficient work environment; and providing knowledgeable information and guidance about the Foundation’s work in response to a wide range of inquiries. Position assists with management of vendors, public use of space, and maintenance of technology infrastructure. View full job description.

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Philanthropy & Grant Associate
Santa Fe Community Foundation
Posted September 15, 2021

Responsible for the gift and grant entries of the Foundation in accordance with the National Standards for Community Foundations and overseeing all related activities by performing the following duties. View full job description

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ArtWorks Teaching Artist - Visual Arts
Partners in Education Foundation
Posted September 14, 2021

ArtWorks, an arts education program of the Partners in Education Foundation for the Santa Fe Public Schools, is seeking Teaching Artists in the area of Visual Arts to present approximately 10 three-part workshops to public school students and teachers (K-8) during the 2021-2022 academic year. This is a part-time, contract position. Compensation is approximately $50/hr. Candidates should be working artists with teaching experience who have:

  • Current or recent experience instructing visual arts mediums and an understanding of different cultures, style periods, and techniques within their artistic medium.
  • Teaching experience in a classroom setting, including the ability to work with students in a clear and engaging way, familiarity with the elementary and middle school grades (K-8), classroom management skills, the ability to create a lesson plan and to engage a wide variety of student populations.
  • A willingness to learn about and work within the ArtWorks aesthetic education methodology.
  • Flexible schedule to allow for scheduling of teacher meetings and workshops. We anticipate in-person instruction for the 2021-2022 school year, but are prepared to offer remote lessons if the SFPS district changes formats. The health and well-being of our teaching artists, classroom teachers, and students is our priority.

To apply, please email Erin De Rosa at ederosa@sfpartnersineducation.org before Monday, September 20, 2021.


ArtWorks Teaching Artist - Music
Partners in Education Foundation
Posted September 14, 2021

ArtWorks, an arts education program of the Partners in Education Foundation for the Santa Fe Public Schools, is seeking Teaching Artists in the area of Visual Arts to present approximately 10 three-part workshops to public school students and teachers (K-8) during the 2021-2022 academic year. This is a part-time, contract position. Compensation is approximately $50/hr. Candidates should be working artists with teaching experience who have:

  • Current or recent experience presenting to the public (performing/conducting) and an understanding of different cultures, style periods, and techniques within their artistic medium.
  • Teaching experience in a classroom setting, including the ability to work with students in a clear and engaging way, familiarity with the elementary and middle school grades (K-8), classroom management skills, the ability to create a lesson plan and to engage a wide variety of student populations.
  • A willingness to learn about and work within the ArtWorks aesthetic education methodology.
  • Flexible schedule to allow for scheduling of teacher meetings and workshops. We anticipate in-person instruction for the 2021-2022 school year, but are prepared to offer remote lessons if the SFPS district changes formats. The health and well-being of our teaching artists, classroom teachers, and students is our priority.

To apply, please email Erin De Rosa at ederosa@sfpartnersineducation.org before Monday, September 20, 2021.


Operations Director
Quivira Coalition
Posted September 14, 2021

Quivira Coalition is seeking a full-time operations director who will oversee day-to-day operations for the organization and ensure that all staff work towards achieving operational goals. Please apply online include a current two page resume with the application. The application will be in place of a cover letter; no cover letter is needed. Please have available the name, phone number, and email of three professional references. References will be checked as a part of the hiring process. You can save your application and return to it at a later time. Please send questions to Sarah Wentzel-Fisher sarah@quiviracoalition with the subject line “Operations Director Application.”


Program Director
Gerard’s House
Posted September 14, 2021

Gerard’s House is your Santa Fe center for grieving kids and families. When a child or teenager experiences the death of a parent or other loved one, we are there with free grief support services and we have been since 1997. Gerard’s House is here for everyone in our community who is grieving. Because so many families experience barriers when they need grief support, we energetically focus on reaching the city’s most vulnerable grieving youth—kids who have immigrated from war-torn and impoverished regions, kids coping with homelessness and kids who have attempted suicide.

Gerard's House seeks a Program Director. The position of the Program Director requires an understanding of the grief process and experience working with children who have experienced loss. A minimum of two years of experience in the supervision/management of a non-profit volunteer program is preferred. Experience in initiating and setting goals for programs according to the strategic objectives of the organization. Completion of Gerard's House Facilitator Training program is required, and an LMHC, LPCC or LISW is preferred. People who work at Gerard’s House often say they appreciate the supportive and caring work environment, healing of their own grief, personal and professional growth including improvement in all their relationships. Send resume and cover letter to Nicole Gonzales at nicole@gerardshouse.com.


Executive Director
Parents Reaching Out
Posted September 14, 2021

Parents Reaching Out, a nonprofit serving all of New Mexico, is searching for it's new Executive Director. All interested applicants must send a resume no later than September 30, 2021 to hr@parentsreachingout.org. Please email us for a full job description.


Case Manager
North Central NM Economic Development District/Non-Metro Area Agency on Aging
Posted September 14, 2021

This is a full-time, temporary position supervised from the Santa Fe office of the North Central NM Economic Development District/Non-Metro Area Agency on Aging. The position is available to assist seniors, their families, and caregivers with accessing services and various benefits. This position addresses inquiries about senior services through information, referrals, and assistance with enrollment in Medicaid, Medicare and other benefits programs. Please fill out application here.


Executive Assistant
North Central NM Economic Development District/Non-Metro Area Agency on Aging
Posted September 14, 2021

The responsibility of the Executive Assistant is to support North Central NM Economic Development District/Non-Metro Area Agency on Aging's Executive Director, enhance the effectiveness of the day-to-day operation of NCNMEDD offices by providing management support. This is a non-exempt position located in the Santa Fe office. Please fill out application here.


New Mexico Liaison
Continental Divide Trail Coalition
Posted September 14, 2021

The CDT Liaison will serve as CDTC’s primary representative in the region. They will have responsibility for developing and maintaining the organization’s programs to assure excellent maintenance, management and protection of the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail (CDNST). They will serve to facilitate the cooperative work of the agencies and volunteer organization partners and carry out the policies, procedures and positions stated in the current CDTC Strategic Plan and assist and support the trail wide CDTC team to develop and refine that direction. This position will serve to establish and develop effective and meaningful partnerships with individuals, organizations, communities and tribal nations across the region to document information and establish priorities to accomplish broad overall goals for the CDTC. See here for a full job description and to apply.


Executive Director
New Mexico Center for Therapeutic Riding (NMCTR)
Posted September 14, 2021

The New Mexico Center for Therapeutic Riding (NMCTR) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that expands and enriches the lives of children, youth, and adults who have a wide array of special needs and challenges through equine assisted-activities and therapies (EAAT). To achieve its mission, NMCTR integrates innovative programming and result monitoring with PATH International best practices. As it moves into its next phase of accelerated growth and expansion, NMCTR is looking for a dynamic capacity builder that is forward-looking to lead the organization. The successful applicant will be responsible for leading and overseeing the funding, operational, financial, and administrative functions of the organization.

Santa Fe, NM/Full-Time Exempt/Salary $55,000 annually. Full job description available here. Submit required resume and cover letter to jobs.nmctr@gmail.com. References should be available upon request.


Program Coordinator Adult Day Care
Life Circle New Mexico
Posted September 14, 2021

In conjunction with the Director, the Program Coordinator will implement the Life Circle Adult Day Services Program. This position will be responsible for designing and implementing an individualized activity program for 10 to 30 elderly adult day care program participants. Minimum Qualifications:

  • At least an associate’s degree from a nationally accredited institution of education in the field of geriatrics or a health related course of study which includes the care of elderly and/or handicapped adults. The equivalent in training and experience will be considered
  • At least two years’ experience and training in services to elderly and/or handicapped adults
  • At least one year supervisory experience
  • Experience designing and/or implementing creative activities or educational programs for adults is preferred

For a complete list of responsibilities, please see the full job description on our website under "Opportunity". $42,000 - $49,000. Please send a resume and cover letter that describes why you would be a good fit for this position to Lifecirclenm@gmail.com.


Advancement Associate
Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) Foundation
Posted September 14, 2021

Join a new team of professionals dedicated to advancing the mission of IAIA to empower creativity and leadership in Native arts and cultures through higher education, lifelong learning, and outreach. Located on a beautiful and vibrant campus on the edge of Santa Fe, the Foundation raises money to support student success, fund scholarships, enhance academic programs, strengthen the college, and support the Museum of Contemporary Arts. As IAIA enters its 60th anniversary year, position will support all Advancement Office activities, including donor and Foundation board relations, gift processing and acknowledgements, fundraising campaigns, donor research, and event management. Apply for position by submitting cover letter and resume here.


Fundraising Assistant
Española Humane
Posted September 14, 2021

The Fundraising Assistant at Española Humane is responsible for the upkeep and entry of all donations into the donor database. This requires great attention to detail and ensuring that donors are communicated within a timely and accurate manner. This position requires the ability to write letters and keep the Deputy Director informed when larger donations are received. The Fundraising Assistant is also responsible for interacting with donors to solve any issues related to donations such as credit card issues, end of year tax letters and thanking memorial/honorees appropriately. The Fundraising Assistant is also responsible for overseeing the entire volunteer program and ensuring shelter/clinic volunteers are trained and that fundraising events have the appropriate number of volunteers as well as being the point person for those events. This position will also assist the bookkeeper with end of month reports and assist in filling in at the shelter front desk when needed.

This is a exempt full-time position based at the Española Humane shelter in Española (Rio Arriba County) with benefits. Salary commensurate with experience ($45-$55K). Please apply by October 8th.


Certified Peer Support Worker (CPSW)
The Life Link
Posted September 7, 2021

Under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor, a CPSW at The Life Link provides services that support consumer centered and consumer driven recovery toward self- sufficiency including efforts to engage consumers and/or their families in achieving the consumer's service plan goals. The CSW-PSS assists consumers to gain access to and maintain community services. Must be at least 18 years of age and certified as a CPSW with a minimum of two years experience with an active CPSW License. Full posting of job can be viewed on indeed.com. Resume can be emailed to our HR department at dvigil@thelifelink.org


Director of Development
Assistance Dogs of the West
Posted September 7, 2021

Assistance Dogs of the West seeks a seasoned fundraising professional with a proven track record of success. The Director of Development will serve as a member of the Leadership Team for ADW, overseeing all fundraising functions. The Director of Development will be responsible for raising major donor revenue and for establishing and maintaining long-term, productive relationships with donors, business and corporate entities, philanthropic institutions and government funding agencies. The candidate must have a solid knowledge of planned giving, legacy opportunities and bequests.

The Director of Development will design, lead and implement a sustainable development strategy encompassing multiple channels to increase philanthropic revenue from a diverse portfolio of local and national supporters. Responsibilities include developing robust and diverse funding strategies; engaging emerging research and community opportunities, and potential innovations; expanding ADW’s influence within the local and national community; attending all meetings of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors. Please see the full job posting on our website: https://assistancedogsofthewest.org/development-2/ Please submit your cover letter and resume to info@assistancedogsofthewest.org


Executive Director
New Mexico Public Health Association (NMPHA)
Posted September 7, 2021

NMPHA is hiring a full-time Executive Director to lead our organization in mission-driven collaboration, communication, fundraising, professional development and advocacy. NMPHA is currently an all-volunteer nonprofit organization. This position will launch NMPHA into a new stage of development with this position offering leadership and support in collaboration with an active, committed Board.

Email a resume and cover letter that addresses why you are interested in this position to nmpha.mail@gmail.com. In your letter, describe how your experience, skills and interests are aligned with the mission and priorities of NMPHA. Apply by September 27, 2021.

NMPHA is an equal opportunity employer deeply committed to diversity and inclusion in its hiring and organizational practices. We strongly encourage Black, Indigenous, People of Color, immigrants, LGBTQ individuals, and New Mexicans of multiple backgrounds and identities to apply.


Director of Development/Church Relations
McCurdy Ministries Community Center (MMCC)
Posted September 7, 2021

Development Director oversees development and church relations for McCurdy Ministries Community Center (MMCC) in Española, including fundraising, grant writing, donor relations, church relations, and communications. The director reports to the executive director and assists with strategic planning, community relations and networking.

MMCC’s mission is to “create hope and empower the lives of children, youth, adults and families through education, life skills and faith based programs.” Excellent writing and research skills are mandatory and grant writing experience is preferred. Sensitivity to the culture of Northern New Mexico and an appreciation of faith based nonprofit work are necessary. Familiarity with the United Methodist Church and a bachelor’s degree in a related field is required. Spanish language skills are a bonus. 

Send an application letter, a one page writing sample and a resume with three references to eromero@mccurdy.org. Deadline: Sept. 30, 2021. 


Bookkeeper/Office Manager
Lensic Performing Arts Center (LPAC)
Posted August 31, 2021

The Bookkeeper/Office Manager Lensic Performing Arts Center (LPAC)’s responsibilities include reconciling a variety of statements and accounts, processing accounts payable, overseeing federal tax reporting and form completion, and 401K processing and maintenance. Other responsibilities include preparing reports to support staff and operations, managing show settlements, and managing office supplies and equipment. The successful candidate will have demonstrated computer proficiency (Quickbooks, Tessitura, MS Office – Word, Excel and Outlook), and be knowledgeable about GAAP and nonprofit accounting.

Please email resumes to Lucy Renshall-Randles at lrenshall-randles@lensic.org or mail them to her at the Lensic Performing Arts Center, 211 W. San Francisco Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501 


Administrator, Communications
Alliance for Local Economic Prosperity (AFLEP)
Posted August 31, 2021

Join a campaign for economic justice in New Mexico at the Alliance for Local Economic Prosperity (AFLEP). Experienced WordPress and MailChimp content manager with Social Media/online marketing skills to maintain regular content updates , eg. news blog and calendar posts, e-news publishing and subscriber/donor lists. Work with AFLEP staff and brand/web developer team. Qualified candidates must have: 3 years (min), experience with WordPress and MailChimp mobile templates and protocols; excellent grammar, spelling, and punctuation skills; basic SEO practices, (file naming, excerpts, tags); experience with Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube account tools and online marketing protocols; experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint apps); basic Photoshop experience: for website and enews content prep. This is a remote, contract position with a commitment initially of 12-15 hours/week @$30 an hour. Only New Mexico residents will be considered. Send cover letter and resume to info@aflep.org. Open until filled. See the website for agency details. 


Bilingual (English/Spanish) Resource Navigator
The Food Depot
Posted August 31, 2021

Bilingual (English/Spanish) Resource Navigator at the Food Depot mitigates food insecurity and poverty in nine northern New Mexico counties by offering and coordinating wraparound services such as resource navigation, SNAP and WIC enrollment, community outreach and engagement, and navigation program development. For the full job description and to apply, please click here. Deadline for applications is September 10, 2021


Residential Services Manager
Esperanza Shelter
Posted August 31, 2021

The Residential Services Manager at Esperanza Shelter is responsible for the overall coordination of the day to day operations and activities of the shelter, including staff supervision/training, delivery of services, acting as agency/community liaison, programming and family support. Collaborates with the Director of Residential Services to oversee shift supervisors and staff to ensure operational effectiveness. The shelter is a 24-7 operation. The Residential Services Manager will keep regular business hours, however there will be occasions when it is necessary to stay past the end of the shift. The Residential Services Manager will also participate in the on-call after hours phone consultation schedule.


Development Director
New Mexico Environmental Law Center
Posted August 31, 2021

The Development Director at the New Mexico Environmental Law Center is responsible for leading the organization’s overall funding portfolio that includes but is not limited to – foundation support, major donors, member donations, Environmental Justice Business Partners, among others. The Development Director works closely with the Executive Director in creating and carrying out all activities related to fundraising and development that adhere to the organization’s mission and values. See complete job description and how to apply here.

Applicants should submit a resume, cover letter, two writing samples minimum, and three references electronically to Dr. Virginia Necochea, Executive Director at vnecochea@nmelc.org. All required documents must be submitted electronically. Incomplete submissions will not be considered. Interviews may be conducted via online video conference based on guidance from government/health agencies.


Executive Assistant & Advancement Associate
LANL Foundation
Posted August 31, 2021

The LANL Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) public charity that focuses on learning and human potential in seven Northern New Mexico counties. Celebrating its 25th year, the Foundation makes grants, runs innovative programs, collaborates with multiple partners and communities, advocates and manages a large scholarship program.

The Executive Assistant and Advancement Associate is the key support to the President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) (75%of time). This position is the liaison between the CEO, Board of Directors and Staff. This position also maintains all legal records for the Board. The Executive Assistant and Advancement Associate also assists the Vice President of Institutional Advancement and Scholarships (VP of IA and Scholarships) (25% of time). This position plays a critical role in enabling the President and CEO to work most effectively with internal and external stakeholders to fulfill her commitments to the LANL Foundation’s Board of Directors, staff, partners, and funders. This position is responsible for the quality of support processes for all Board and committee meetings including the development and maintenance of a Board Orientation Manual. This position is important to help maintain a positive, supportive, inclusive, respectful and fun culture at the LANL Foundation and will work closely on this with the CEO while also serving as the lead on projects and programs to promote this culture. A great sense of humor is important!

Please see our website at: www.lanlfoundation.org/about/jobs for a full description. Email cover letter and resumé to jobs@lanlfoundation.org by September 15, 2021. No phone calls


Counselor - Residential Program
Santa Fe Recovery Center
Posted August 31, 2021

Santa Fe Recovery Center provides treatment beds for women, pregnant women and mothers. Residential treatment is a 30 to 120-day commitment. The center for women and children is unique in NM because it enables mothers to bring their children (0-3 years) with them while in residential treatment. Gender-specific treatment for women focuses on self-esteem, self-worth and value in an open and honest atmosphere. This program is aimed at ceasing the generational cycle of trauma, illness and addiction among families.

Under the supervision of the Clinical Manager, counselors will provide counseling and therapy services to Residential clients with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders; Conducts individual and group counseling with clients under the structured framework of state and federal law, the counseling code of ethics, and evidence based practices and policies and procedures; Responsible for creating and maintaining a therapeutic and safe environment for clients. Requirements:

  1. Current New Mexico Board licensure as LMHC, LPCC. LMSW, LCSW or LMFT.
  2. At least two years’ experience working with clients with co-occurring mental health/substance abuse diagnoses, providing individual and group psychotherapy
  3. In the case of a recovering SUD individuals, must have successfully maintained a 3 year period of uninterrupted abstinence from alcohol and/or drugs.
  4. Must be computer literate in order to effectively maintain compliance with BHSD Standards and requirements for use of computerized client assessments, data systems, etc.
  5. Maintain current, valid NM Driver’s License.
  6. Bi-lingual/Bi-cultural preferred. (English/Spanish)

Three weeks PTO; medical, dental, dision insurance; 4% matching 401(k)

To apply, please email cover letter, résumé, and list of three (3) professional references to larviso@sfrecovery.org. Please see our website for a complete job description. This position will remain open until filled.


IT Business System Analyst
Santa Fe Recovery Center
Posted August 31, 2021

Santa Fe Recovery Center is undertaking an initiative to review business systems and ensure functionality of the agency’s electronic medical record system (EMR). The IT Business Systems Analyst is responsible for assessing business processes to ensure the business functions are implemented by its EMR.
The IT Business Systems Analyst solves organizational information problems and requirements by analyzing fundamental systems and ensuring the EMR is addressing those requirements by working with the EMR team and agency’s “EMR super user group” to recommend system changes and protocols.
REQUIREMENTS:
1.A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in business analytics, computer systems or information technology is required to work, a master’s degree preferred.
2.Candidate should have experience in a healthcare setting to understand the suite of modules from intake (admission), treatment, and billing.
3.The ability to manage multiple projects from beginning to completion.
4.Must have and maintain current, valid NM Driver’s License.
5.In the case of a recovering person, he/she must have successfully maintained a three-year period of uninterrupted abstinence from alcohol and/or drugs.

3 Weeks PTO
Medical, Dental, Vision
4% Matching 401(k)

To apply: Please email cover letter, résumé, and list of three (3) professional references. Email to larviso@sfrecovery.org Please see our website for a complete job description. This position will remain open until filled.


Grants + Education Manager
Performance Santa Fe
Posted August 31, 2021

Performance Santa Fe's Grants + Education Manager reports to the Executive + Artistic Director. This role functions as the primary administrator for the organization’s education programs and all granting initiatives. PSF hosts three collaborative education projects - Arts for Life music mentoring, Field Trip Series matinees, and Masterclass Series engagements - which focus on underserved public-school populations and are provided at no cost to participants. The organization also submits approximately 25 applications per year to private, city, state, and federal grantors. The ability to work in the evening and on weekends is preferred.

Qualifications and Skills:
- Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred
- Three (3) years of relevant experience strongly preferred
- Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Word and Excel
- Must be proactive and possess the ability to multi-task, think ahead, and anticipate organizational needs
- Focused attention to written detail and English language accuracy
- Must be able to prioritize and complete assigned tasks in a timely, efficient, organized manner
- Maintain positive, professional, and effective interpersonal and communications skills for a wide range of high-performing, demanding individuals and situations
- Must be able to navigate and maintain composure in high-stress situations as a representative of Performance Santa Fe; exhibit grace under pressure
- Flexibility and creativity suitable for a small nonprofit a plus
- Background in or knowledge of the performing arts a plus

Compensation and Benefits:
- Performance Santa Fe offers a competitive compensation package commensurate with experience and ability, including health, vision, and dental insurance; 1.5% SEP IRA contribution; generous PTO; and paid holidays.

Performance Santa Fe is an Equal Opportunity Employer. A full position description may be found at https://performancesantafe.org/home/employment/. Please send a resume and cover letter to careers@performancesantafe.org. All materials should be in Word or PDF format with the applicant’s name included as part of the document file name.


Finance Director
New Mexico Acequia Association (NMAA)
Posted August 31, 2021

The New Mexico Acequia Association (NMAA) is seeking a full-time Finance Director. The Finance Director will be responsible for overall financial planning, budget development and monitoring, financial reports and analysis, overall bookkeeping, payroll, oversight of receivables and payables, and compliance with state and federal tax and legal requirements. The Finance Director will work under the direct supervision of the Executive Director.

Please send a cover letter and resume detailing qualifications for this position along with three professional references to juliet@lasacequias.org. Interviews will be conducted with qualified candidates until the position is filled. Ideal candidate will be able to start as soon as possible. NMAA is an equal opportunity employer that values a diverse, respectful, and collaborative work environment.


Health Navigator for Expectant and Parenting Teens
Santa Fe Public Schools Teen Parent Program
Posted August 31, 2021

The Health Navigator at Santa Fe Public Schools Teen Parent Program is responsible for providing intensive and coordinated case management so that our teen parents and their children have access to a comprehensive array of services, supports, and resources to minimize barriers to school and parenting success, and promotes positive health, developmental, and educational outcomes. Provides leadership, support to the NM GRADS teachers, Program Coordinator, and Program Director in developing and executing program goals, reinforcing policies, and developing partnerships to carry out key roles and responsibilities. Apply online at the Santa Fe Public Schools Human Resources website. There is no deadline to apply.


Community Outreach Specialist
Las Alamos National Laboratory
Posted August 31, 2021

As a Community Outreach Specialist at Los Alamos National Laboratory you will coordinate employee giving programs and events to further the relationship between lab and community organizations in Northern New Mexico. Apply online for Job# IRC89291 here. Applications evaluated as received. Last day to apply 9/24/2021.


Chief Program Officer
Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region
Posted August 24, 2021

The Chief Program Officer (CPO) at Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region will be responsible for the overall quality and capacity building of program services as well as program sustainability and growth through partnership development. They will also implement an ongoing process of program & staff development, galvanizing staff in delivering exceptional customer service to volunteers, youth, families, and community partners. They must be motivated to foster a positive organizational culture ensuring a professionally thriving workforce grounded in our values and commitment to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) and trauma-informed practices. Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree is required; master’s degree preferred and 5-7 years of related work experience with a track record of leadership, accomplishment, and customer service deliverables.
  • Strong yet collegial management style reflecting the ability to manage and lead people and groups, develop leaders and teams, and build organization and staff capacity and promote individual and organizational success.

BBBSA provides equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals. BBBSMR offer employees:

  • Paid Holidays
  • Four weeks of Paid Time Off (PTO) per calendar year
  • Retirement Plan (403B) with employer match
  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Life & ADD Insurance

For more information and to fill out an application, please visit us at https://www.bbbsmountainregion.org/current-openings/ Please complete application by September 15, 2021.


Enrollment Coordinator
Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region
Posted August 24, 2021

Passionate about empowering and inspiring New Mexico’s Youth to reach their full potential? Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region seeks a goal driven coordinator to process the enrollment of Community volunteers and children. The Enrollment Coordinator will report to a Program Supervisor and be responsible for the enrollment process of community volunteers and children to the BBBS program. They will deliver exceptional customer service to volunteers, youth, and families. Contract employment paid based on work completed.

For more information and to fill out an application, please visit us at https://www.bbbsmountainregion.org/current-openings/ 


Program Specialist - Santa Fe
Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region
Posted August 24, 2021

JOIN A FORWARD-THINKING ORGANIZATION THAT IS PROVEN TO MAKE POSITIVE IMPACT ON CHILDREN'S LIVES. Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region (BBBSMR) is looking for a community focused, dynamic Program Specialist to join our innovative and collaborative team. BBBSMR provides one-to-one mentoring services to children facing adversity that empower them to reach their fullest potential. This person will be able to quickly build relationships with children, parents, and volunteers and successfully establish, monitor, and meet goals for contacts, match relationship length and customer satisfaction. The Program Specialist will provide customer service to volunteers, youth, and families by efficiently and effectively enrolling, matching, and supporting them in the BBBSMR program. Experience with diverse populations and bilingual (Spanish) preferred.

BBBSA provides equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals. BBBSMR offer employees:

  • Paid Holidays
  • Four weeks of Paid Time Off (PTO) per calendar year
  • Retirement Plan (403B) with employer match
  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Life & ADD Insurance

Salary begins at $35,568 DOE (FTE 1.0). For more information and to fill out an application, please visit us at https://www.bbbsmountainregion.org/current-openings/ 


Outreach Coordinator/Program Specialist – Silver City
Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region
Posted August 24, 2021

JOIN A FORWARD-THINKING ORGANIZATION THAT IS PROVEN TO MAKE POSITIVE IMPACT ON CHILDREN'S LIVES. Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region (BBBSMR) is looking for a community focused, creative Outreach Coordinator/ Program Specialist to join our innovative and collaborative team. BBBSMR provides one-to-one mentoring services to children facing adversity that empower them to reach their fullest potential. 

Salary range: Begins at base of $17,784 for FTE .50; DOE + Excellent Benefits. Salaries are negotiable based on education and experience.
Previous and relevant experience and/or education required. For full job description and to fill out an application, please visit us at https://www.bbbsmountainregion.org/current-openings/ 


STEM Educator
STEM Santa Fe
Posted August 24, 2021

STEM Santa Fe seeks a motivated Educator to enhance and facilitate our STEM programs in Santa Fe and Española. The ideal candidate is passionate about STEM education and is committed to Northern New Mexico’s youth. As the STEM Santa Fe Educator, you will:
- Coordinate and implement innovative STEM programs and activities that develop age-appropriate new knowledge, attitudes or skills.
- Work directly with and lead a committed and enthusiastic group of volunteers in programs in and out of schools, on field trips, and in workshops.
- Actively participate in program planning meetings and work collaboratively with the STEM Santa Fe team (which includes volunteers, teachers, student mentors, interns, and partners).
- Maintain reports, evaluations, logs, forms, event attendance and schedules.
- Embody STEM Santa Fe’s aspirational goals: inspiring and expanding horizons into STEM college and career pathways, experiential learning, commitment to learning, developing STEM skills competencies, and developing positive STEM identity.

Qualifications:
- Associate degree or higher in a STEM field.
- Passion for learning, sharing knowledge, and collaboration.
- Excellent organization and communication skills and working in fast-paced environment
- Skilled with computers, projectors and other technology.
- Local or able to regularly commute to Santa Fe and Española.
- Able to work flexible hours and weekend hours.
- Background check required.
- Access to a car for travel between sites and transport of materials and equipment.
- Background in education with strong classroom management skills.
- Proficient or fluent in Spanish preferred.

Benefits and pay negotiable (starting at $16-$18 per hour), depending on experience and qualifications. Twenty (20) hours per week, with potential to increase. STEM Santa Fe values diversity and is an equal opportunity employer. If interested, please send resumes/CVs and a list of three references to info@STEMsantafe.org


Executive Assistant to the President
School for Advanced Research
Posted August 24, 2021

Executive Assistant to the President at the School for Advanced Research provides support to the president and Board of Directors in all areas of their responsibilities in fulfilling the School’s mission. This position is full-time, exempt.There are many facets to this job including assisting the president with managing his donor portfolio, event planning, overseeing budget line items. Use of WordPress and Raiser's Edge or similar database helpful. Bachelor's degree or seven years' work experience in similar setting preferred. Salary is $45K to $52K annually. Benefits include 403(b) retirement, group health, dental, life insurance plans at shared cost; paid holidays, as well as vacation and paid sick leave.

To apply: Application will be emailed in one (1) pdf file and will include cover letter, résumé, and list of three (3) professional references. Email to sandoval@sarsf.org. Please see our website for a complete job description. This position will remain open until filled.


Executive Director
Santa Fe Youth Symphony Association
Posted August 24, 2021

The Executive Director at the Santa Fe Youth Symphony Association reports to the SFYSA Board of Directors and is responsible for the day-to-day operation of SFYSA and its overall strategic direction, administration, and fundraising consistent with policies and directives established by the Board. The Executive Director has broad authority to guide the operations of the SFYSA in collaboration with the Artistic Leadership and the SFYSA Board to achieve the organization's mission and strategic goals. This position will be open until the right candidate is found. The current Executive Director's last day is September 17, 2021. The board would like to expedite hiring for continuity of leadership. Full job posting and application details here.


Environmental Health & Justice (EH&J) Program Manager
Tewa Women United
Posted August 24, 2021

The EH&J Program Manager at Tewa Women United will have primary responsibility and oversight of the projects / programming and provide supervision. Bachelor’s Degree preferred and / or must be knowledgeable in the field(s) of Environmental Justice, Environmental Law, Public Health, Environmental Health, community organizing or a related field. Minimum of three (3) years’ experience in project management, financial management and supervisory experience is required. Experience working with and in Native American communities. Pay range starting at $24.00 per hour, 40 hours per week. Hybrid schedule at this time. May include evenings and weekends. Please submit a resume and cover letter to info@tewawomenunited.org. Positions will be open until filled.


A’Gin Healthy Sexuality and Body Sovereignty Project Coordinator
Tewa Women United
Posted August 24, 2021

A’Gin Project Coordinator at Tewa Women United will have primary responsibility and oversight for the coordination and implementation of the A’Gin Project and provide supervision. Bachelor’s Degree preferred and / or must be knowledgeable in the field(s) of Health Education, Human Services, Education, Social Work, or a related field. Minimum of three (3) years’ experience in project management, youth/ community organizing, experiential education, or classroom based education programming is preferred. Experience working with and in Native American communities. Pay range starting at $18.00 per hour, 40 hours per week. Hybrid schedule at this time. May include evenings and weekends.

Please submit a resume and cover letter to info@tewawomenunited.org. Positions will be open until filled.


Financial Assistant
Tewa Women United
Posted August 24, 2021

The Financial Assistant at Tewa Women United will support the Financial Director in the performance of general accounting and budgetary functions. Associates or higher degree in accounting, auditing, finance, economics, business or public administration, budget management, and systems analysis, or related fields. Minimum of two (2) years’ experience in financial management and project management is preferred. Pay range starting at $18.00, 20 hours per week. Hybrid schedule at this time. May include evenings and weekends.

Please submit a resume and cover letter to info@tewawomenunited.org. Positions will be open until filled.


Generosity Facilitator: Development Coordinator (Contractual Service)
Tewa Women United
Posted August 24, 2021

In partnership with the Executive and Associate Directors, the Generosity Facilitator: Development Coordinator (Contractual Service) at Tewa Women United creates and manages TWU’s annual Fundraising Plan which includes a calendar of fundraising tasks, events, and campaigns. Responsible for implementing this plan, as well as setting and tracking fundraising goals. Approximately 20-hours/week projection of time. Full job description available here. Please submit a resume and cover letter to info@tewawomenunited.org. Positions will be open until filled.


Environmental Justice Campaign Manager
Earth Care
Posted August 24, 2021

Earth Care is a community-based organization founded in 2001 that trains and supports youth and community leaders working to advance social, environmental, and climate justice and equity in northern New Mexico. Projects and campaigns our members have organized include: YUCCA (Youth United for Climate Crisis Action), the Santa Fe Mutual Aid Network, Abriendo Puertas parent leadership academy, and many more.

Compensation: $40,000-$50,000 DOE, four weeks annual paid time off, health benefits
Hours: 40 hours/week, evening and weekend hours required
Location: Santa Fe

Open until filled. Interviews will start on Friday, August 27, 2021. Read full job description here.


Fundraising Coordinator
Wise Fool New Mexico
Posted August 24, 2021

Wise Fool New Mexico is seeking a motivated fundraiser to implement semi-annual fundraising campaigns for the organization. The ideal fit would have experience with practicing social justice and will value inclusivity. The successful applicant will be supervised by the Fundraising Director and will also work closely with Wise Fool’s Board of Directors. Wise Fool’s work culture is highly collaborative. Apply by sending the following to Kristen@wisefoolnm.org:

1. A cover letter to the attention of Kristen Woods, Studio, Marketing & Fundraising Director.
2. A brief narrative describing the applicant’s relevant experience and the organizations through which
the experience was gained. Please include your history of social justice work and the history of
cultural environments you have worked in.
3. The proposer’s resume.

For more information and full job description here. Please apply by September 17th.


Program Manager
Tomorrow’s Women (formerly Creativity for Peace)
Posted August 24, 2021

Tomorrow’s Women (formerly Creativity for Peace) is announcing a full-time job opening for a Program Manager based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. This is a unique opportunity for an early to mid-career program manager in peacebuilding and young women’s empowerment. Make a GLOBAL IMPACT for peace! The Program Manager is responsible for all programs in the United States. Management includes daily operations, program evaluation and, supervision of staff and interns as well as the yearly intensive camp in New Mexico and local programs for youth and adults. A wonderful opportunity to empower young women throughout the Middle East and New Mexico. Diverse applicants who speak a second language are encouraged to apply. Full proficiency in English, speaking ability in Arabic, Hebrew, or other languages desired.

Full Time Schedule
START DATE - October 1, 2021
APPLICATION DEADLINE - September 15, 2021
EDUCATION - 4-Year Degree Required
Salary Range - USD 55,000 - USD 60,000 DOE
Benefits - PTO, Flexible Schedule, Work from Home hybrid environment, Medical Benefits, 401k + Match

Click here for more details about the position. Please submit your resume/CV with a cover letter to Tarrie Burnett, Executive Director, at tarrie@tomorrowswomen.org with your NAME and PROGRAM MANAGER in the subject line.


Development Director
Youth Shelters & Family Services
Posted August 17, 2021

Join the Youth Shelters & Family Services, a mission-driven organization with forty years of experience in providing shelter and housing for young people in northern New Mexico. We are seeking a not-for-profit Development Director who wants to make a difference in the lives of young people. Develop, implement and direct the overall fundraising plan for the agency, working collaboratively with program staff. Qualifications and skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field required. Master’s degree preferred. CFRE credential a plus.
  • Three or more years of relevant fundraising experience. Fundraising, marketing, communications, nonprofit administration, or related experience preferred.
  • Proven track record of securing major grants and gifts. Experience with federal grants preferred.
  • Computer software skills including Windows, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word.
  • Excellent time management and organization skills. Strong planning and project management skills.
  • Valid Driver’s License & Criminal Records Check clearance.

New hires are required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination status. Individuals are considered fully vaccinated 2 weeks after completing the COVID-19 vaccination series. Exceptions and considerations are granted in cases of EEOC stipulations for, but not limited to the American with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Rehabilitation Act, the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA), Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, and as amended (inter alia) by the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (Title VII). All staff and clients are required to wear facial coverings. All common areas are sanitized regularly.

Compensation and benefits:

  • Salary: $ DOE - $50,000.00 - $65,000.00 per year
  • We offer FULL-TIME employees Medical, Dental, and generous PTO
  • Job Types: Full-time and/or Part-time
  • The salary range, duties and responsibilities of this position meets the requirements of Section 13 (a)(1) of the Fair Labor Standards Act and therefore qualifies as a “exempt” position.
  • YSFS is an Equal Opportunity Employer, a Drug Free Workplace and complies with the ADA. AA/EEO.

Executive Associate
SITE Santa Fe
Posted August 17, 2021

The Executive Associate at SITE Santa Fe provides a full range of administrative support to the Philips Executive Director (PED) and Director of Finance and Administration (DFA), exercising considerable independence and a strong ability to prioritize. This position works effectively and collaboratively with a broad range of staff, trustees, donors, and the general public. Please visit our website for a full job description. Application Instructions: Applicants should submit a resume and a cover letter to job@sitesantafe.org, with the subject line “Executive Associate.”


Development and Event Assistant
Cancer Foundation for New Mexico
Posted August 17, 2021

Development and Event Assistant at the Cancer Foundation for New Mexico duties include:

  • Responsible for the organization, documentation and data entry of up to 600 auction items annually.
  • Maintain and update the CFFNM donor records database following CFFNM guidelines to include donor contact information and gift history, mailing lists, tracking of donor acknowledgement and recognition, as well as other necessary data for the organization.
  • Work collaboratively with Development Director to prepare support materials for gift proposals, solicitation plans and grant proposals, as well as generate gift acknowledgements, donor and sponsor correspondence.
  • Perform research and maintain database records on perspective donors: individuals, businesses and foundations, etc. Produce database record reports for solicitation, evaluation and mailings as requested.
  • A college degree preferred with 2-4 years of work experience and a record of increasing responsibility.
  • Superior organizational skills, a high attention to detail and ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks simultaneously and meet deadlines through effective time management.
  • Computer literate and technologically proficient in Word, Excel, and database management. Strong ability to learn various software platforms including, Bloomerang, Greater Giving and Wordpress, as well as email marketing and image editing software like Constant Contact and Canva.

To apply, email a resume and cover letter to barbara@cffnm.org that describes your experience in marketing and development and how you think you would be an asset to the Cancer Foundation for New Mexico.


Clinic Operations Manager (Full-Time)
Villa Therese Catholic Clinic
Posted August 17, 2021

The Clinic Operations Manager at the Villa Therese Catholic Clinic provides high-level clinic leadership and support for all clinic staff and volunteers in the medical, dental, and vision programs. S/he is responsible for assisting in assessing, planning, directing, and evaluating operations, directing the activities in a free clinic setting and assuring the delivery of quality, efficient and compassionate patient care. S/he interfaces with key internal and external contacts and requires considerable discretion and initiative. S/he provides leadership for clinic personnel as well as planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of related services. S/he has excellent communication skills both written and verbal and maintains the highest standards of professional excellence. Acts on behalf of the Executive Director (ED) in her absence. Requirements:

  • Five (5) years of relevant experience working in a clinical or healthcare environment
  • Five (5) years of proven success in a leadership role
  • Bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration or a similar field

To apply: https://www.indeed.com/q-Villa-Therese-Catholic-Clinic-l-Santa-Fe,-NM-jobs.html?vjk=04ac95672bb302f2


Lead Teacher
Temple Beth Shalom Preschool
Posted August 17, 2021

Needed ASAP! Temple Beth Shalom Preschool is a 5-star NAEYC accredited preschool in Santa Fe. It is not essential that you be Jewish, just that you have an openness and willingness to learn and teach from a Jewish perspective. We are looking for a lead teacher who is loving, outgoing and silly, who enjoys playing along with shaving cream, and making animal noises. Our Lead Teachers create their curriculum, varying the themes to incorporate the interests of our children. Our ideal candidate is creative and imaginative, using activities and modalities incorporating various senses, learning styles, and many different materials. This position offers health and dental benefits. Pay is $16.00 - $18.00 per hour. Duties:

  • Be a part of the teaching Teachers team and collaborate with all Teachers.
  • Share the responsibility of supervision duties with the other members of the teaching team.
  • Implement a developmentally appropriate early childhood educational program (approved by the Director).
  • Offer activities that enhance the mission and the goals of the program, as well as the Judaic content of the curriculum.
  • Encourage the growth of positive identity, self-esteem, and self-discipline in the children they teach.
  • Ensure that the children in their care are well supervised at all times, consistent with the New Mexico licensing requirements and State NAEYC accreditation standards.
  • Regularly communicate with the parents and families of the children.

MUST have a high school diploma and a CDA, AA, BA, or MA in Early Childhood Education. Lead Teachers must continue their education according to CYFD and NAEYC certification and/or accreditation standards. Please email resume to preschool@sftbs.org. Absolutely no calls or drop ins.


Donor Relations Coordinator
Western Landowners Alliance
Posted August 17, 2021

The Western Landowners Alliance seeks a Donor Relations Coordinator to perform the following duties:

• Develop prospect profiles, cultivation and stewardship strategies for major donors and prospects
• Maintain the major gift prospect pipeline and notify the Executive Director when major gifts are received.
• Prepare all gift acknowledgement letters for portfolio managed donors along with reports and presentations used in donor cultivation and stewardship. Send letters and acknowledgements of donations and granting agencies.
• Responsible for the data input, both individual profiles and financial donations, in the Customer Relationship Management software (WLA uses Salsa CRM & Engage software). Responsible for organizing and optimizing these files.

Please contact jlind@westernlandowners.org for a full job description. To apply, please send on a cover letter and resume to jlind@westernlandowners.org.


Part-Time Office Manager
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted August 17, 2021

Part-time Office Manager needed at Las Cumbres Community Services. Opportunity for the position to become full-time. The Office Manager performs a variety of secretarial duties in support of clinicians, clients, administrators, and the agency. Skills for success: Good judgment in handling difficult or critical situations that may involve clients. Savvy with management functions and technology, including: project management; integrated computer software applications; organization and administrative/clinician/client scheduling; Internet communications and research; document preparation, storage, and retrieval, with emphasis on electronic recordkeeping; customer service; and public relations. Bilingual Spanish required.

Submit cover letter and resume via email to jobs@lccs-nm.org or apply online: www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs


Teacher Assistant
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted August 17, 2021

Seasonal position Teacher Assistant at Las Cumbres Community Services for 2021-2022 school year, working in a therapeutic PreK preschool program for three or four year olds. Early Childhood classes or willing to train per licensing requirements, and two (2) years' experience working with young children and families. Must be willing to team with other staff in the program. Bi-lingual preferred (Spanish). Position open until filled.

Submit cover letter and resume via email to jobs@lccs-nm.org or apply online: www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs


Home Visiting Program Manager
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted August 17, 2021

Las Cumbres Community Services seeks a full-time Program Manager for ​our Home Visiting program in Santa Fe and Espanola, serving infants, toddlers and their families prenatal to five. This position provides Reflective Supervision and support to a diverse team of paraprofessionals and professional staff. The position is responsible for program oversight and reports to the Director of Community Infant and Early Childhood Programs. Master's level Social Worker or Counselor, required. Must possess current licensure and have experience in infant and early childhood mental health. Infant Mental Health Endorsement at a level III or IV preferred. Bilingual/Bicultural candidates are encouraged to apply. 

Submit cover letter and resume via email to jobs@lccs-nm.org or apply online: www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs


Family Navigator
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted August 17, 2021

Las Cumbres Community Services has full time openings for a Community Based Child Abuse Prevention, Intervention and Reunification (CBPIR) Family Navigator(s). The CBPIR program works closely with the Children Youth and Families Division and other community providers, to deliver services to parents and primary/secondary caregivers of children ages 0-18 to prevent child abuse and neglect. CBPIR Navigators work to improve family safety and risk factors, access to community resources, support healthy parent-child interactions, and increase parents and primary/secondary caregivers' knowledge of and ability to meet children's developmental needs.

Key qualities to be successful in this role include: an outgoing personality, great oral and written communication and problem-solving skills, highly organized and flexible, and a strong desire to engage in community-based work. Must be proficient with technology and have reliable transportation. BA in Social Work or a related Human Services field preferred. Combination of education and experience totaling (6) six years may be considered in lieu of degree. Bilingual strongly preferred. Must have valid New Mexico's Driver's License. Positions located in Santa Fe and Rio Arriba County.

Submit cover letter and resume via email to jobs@lccs-nm.org or apply online: www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs


Program Manager
Vital Spaces
Posted August 17, 2021

Vital Spaces is a Santa Fe-based nonprofit that aims to create a vibrant, inclusive arts community, providing accessible spaces and opportunities to create, present, and experience quality art. We are seeking a full-time Program Manager to oversee our arts and community programs. We seek to enhance Santa Fe’s reputation as a contemporary art center by fostering connections across a diverse intersection of local artists, residents, and visitors. The Program Manager will play an integral role in fulfilling this mission, serving as the main point of contact for local artists and partner organizations. The ideal candidate will be ready for hands-on community building while also being adept at attending to details, planning, and problem solving. We are a small team that works closely together on projects. The Program Manager will report to the Executive Director and will be assisted by the Program and Operations Coordinator. The Program Manager will be a champion and supporter for Vital Spaces artists and the creative community in Santa Fe, helping artists achieve their creative vision and share that with a broad audience.

We welcome candidates from within the communities that we serve. We value lived experience as much as professional experience and creativity and aligned values over degrees and polished resumes. We’re looking for someone with a passion for the arts, social justice, equity, and community building - a continuous learner who values relationships, collaboration, and creativity. Please visit our website to view the full job description and apply.


Direct Care - Youth Specialist
Youth Shelters and Family Services
Posted August 10, 2021

Youth Shelters & Family Services is hiring a Youth Service Specialist to work in our Youth Emergency Shelter Program in Santa Fe, NM! Youth Shelters and Family Services (YSFS) delivers life-changing services to homeless, runaway, and in-crisis youth in northern New Mexico. Will need to be available to work the following schedule: Thursday thru Monday 4PM - 12AM
Pay: $15.25 per hour** Benefits: Medical, dental, PTO, paid holidays, paid trainings, and a dedicated team of co-workers.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor Degree in Human Services preferred OR a two years degree in Human related services and at least one year related experience OR a high school diploma or GED and at least two years related experience.(experience with homeless and at-risk youth preferred)
  • Knowledge of residential programs, desired.
  • High integrity when dealing with a broad array of cultures and restricted and/or confidential information.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications
  • Must undergo fingerprinting, criminal records and background check and monthly driving record check.
  • Current CPR and First Aid certificates (will train), driver's license and current auto insurance required.
  • Must be at least 25 years of age to be insurable under agency auto policy to transport clients.
  • New hires are required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination status. Exceptions and considerations are granted in cases of EEOC stipulations.

Responsibilities:

  • Participate in client assessment, case planning and coordination.
    Provide direct care and supervision of clients in compliance with policies, procedures, contracts and licensing regulations.
  • Provide staffing of client activities including educational, vocational and employment opportunities, support groups, life skills education, outings, community service, etc., as assigned.
  • Assume other responsibilities* as assigned.

YSFS is an Equal Opportunity Employer, a Drug Free Workplace and complies with the ADA. Email your resume to gquintana@youthshelters.org or apply via Indeed!


Case Manager (Special Populations)
Youth Shelters and Family Services
Posted August 10, 2021

Youth Shelters & Family Services is looking for an experienced individual to provide case management and other support services for in-crisis, runaway and homeless youth from identified Special Populations (LGBTQ+, Pregnant, Parenting) in Santa Fe, NM. 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. Salary: $ DOE Includes Medical, Dental, and generous PTO

QUALIFICATIONS and SKILLS:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in human services related field preferred and at least two years related experience OR High School diploma/GED with four years relevant experience. (experience with homeless and at-risk youth, preferred)
  • Case management experience required
  • Project coordination and knowledge of community resources, preferred; ability to effectively conduct life skills groups
  • Understanding and knowledge issues affecting young people, including LGBTQ+ youth
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Valid Driver’s License, insurable under YSFS automobile policy
  • Criminal Records Check clearance
  • New hires are required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination status. Exceptions and considerations are granted in cases of EEOC stipulations.

RESPONSIBILITIES and DUTIES:

  • Provide case management services to target population; facilitate increased access to safe and stable housing for target population
  • Assess needs, develop and implement plans and curriculum to increase YSFS’ ability to serve target population.
  • Coordinate and provide on-site education and individual mentoring in conjunction with community collaborators and YSFS’ staff
  • Participate in the emergency on-call system, as assigned
  • Assume other responsibilities* as assigned.

YSFS is an Equal Opportunity Employer, a Drug Free Workplace and complies with the ADA. Submit your application to gquintana@youthshelters.org or via Indeed!


Overnight Direct Care - Youth Specialist
Youth Shelters and Family Services
Posted August 10, 2021

Youth Shelters & Family Services is hiring a Part-time Overnight Youth Service Specialist to work the WEEKEND / OVERNIGHT SHIFT at the YOUTH EMERGENCY SHELTER in Santa Fe, NM. Youth Shelters and Family Services (YSFS) delivers life-changing services to homeless, runaway, and in-crisis youth in northern New Mexico.

WILL NEED TO BE AVAILABLE TO WORK THE WEEKEND / OVERNIGHT SHIFT AT THE YOUTH EMERGENCY SHELTER. This job posting is specifically searching for a candidate that can work overnight on the required weekend days - Saturday, and Sunday. Shifts: Saturday 12AM-8AM, and Sunday 12AM-8AM. Compensation: $15.25 per hour, plus $2.00 shift differential for any hours worked from 12am to 8am

Responsibilities:

  • Light housekeeping, data entry, and helping the residents/clients with their morning routine to include cooking with the youth in a communal setting and providing necessary transport.
  • Provide direct care and supervision of clients in compliance with policies, procedures, contracts and licensing regulations
    May need to come in during the day for training on occasion.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in a human service field and experience with the target population preferred, or some college and one year relevant work experience with youth, or a high school diploma and two years relevant work experience with youth.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office.
  • Must undergo fingerprinting, criminal records and background check and monthly driving record check. Current CPR and First Aid certificates (will train), driver's license and current auto insurance required.
  • New hires are required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination status. Exceptions and considerations are granted in cases of EEOC stipulations.
  • Must be at least 25 years of age to be insurable under agency auto policy to transport clients.

YSFS is an Equal Opportunity Employer, a Drug Free Workplace and complies with the ADA. Submit your resume to gquintana@youthshelters.org or apply via Indeed!


Case Manager - Youth Emergency Shelter
Youth Shelters and Family Services
Posted August 10, 2021

Youth Shelters & Family Services is looking for an experienced case manager for our Youth Emergency Shelter in Santa Fe, NM. Youth Shelters and Family Services (YSFS)is a nonprofit organization that serves as the primary agency in the Santa Fe/Northern New Mexico area serving homeless, runaway, and street youth. Salary: $17.25/hr. Full-time employees received medical and dental insurance plus PTO.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s Degree in counseling, social work, psychology, or related field with two years relevant experience (experience with homeless youth, preferred)
  • Case management experience required
  • Knowledge of community resources, preferred
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office.
  • High integrity when dealing with a broad array of cultures and restricted and/or confidential information
  • Valid Driver’s License, insurable under YSFS automobile policy
  • Criminal Records Check clearance
  • New hires are required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination status. Exceptions and considerations are granted in cases of EEOC stipulations

PRIMARY DUTIES

  • Provide case management services from screening and intake to discharge including: client assessments; self-sufficiency plans, and providing discharge and after-care planning
  • Assist in providing individualized life skills education, leadership opportunities and activities to facilitate achievement of client personal goals
  • Maintain comprehensive client case files
  • Provide information and data for required reports and contracts
  • Coordinate external relations as related to case management and other services
  • Participate in the daily activities of the milieu, as needed
  • Providing oversight of facility and grounds maintenance, vehicle and equipment maintenance.
  • Participate in the emergency on-call system, as assigned

YSFS is an Equal Opportunity Employer, a Drug Free Workplace and complies with the ADA. Send your resume to gquintana@youthshelters.org or apply via Indeed!


Rapid Rehousing Case Manager
Youth Shelters and Family Services
Posted August 10, 2021

Youth Shelters & Family Services is looking for a case manager to work in our Rapid Rehousing Program in Rio Rancho, NM.

About Youth Shelters and Family Services:
Youth Shelters and Family Services (YSFS)is a nonprofit organization that serves as the primary agency in the Santa Fe/Northern New Mexico area serving homeless, runaway, and street youth.

COMPENSATION and BENEFITS
Salary: $17.25/hr.
Medical, Dental, and PTO

QUALIFICATIONS and SKILLS:

  • Master’s Degree in counseling, social work, psychology, or related field with one year relevant experience or Bachelor’s Degree in counseling, social work, psychology, or related field with two years relevant experience (experience with homeless youth, preferred)
    Case management experience required
  • Knowledge of community resources, preferred
  • Proficiency in including Microsoft Office
  • High integrity when dealing with a broad array of cultures and restricted and/or confidential information
  • Valid Driver’s License, insurable under YSFS automobile policy
  • Criminal Records Check clearance
  • New hires are required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination status. Exceptions and considerations are granted in cases of EEOC stipulations

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Provide case management services from screening and intake to discharge including: completing client assessments; developing self-sufficiency plans; providing discharge and after-care planning; and implementation for an assigned case load
  • Establish a landlord network which will accept placements
  • Assist with housing search and placement along with leveraging supportive services that will assist the participant household to maintain housing
  • Participate in the emergency on-call system, as assigned
    Assume other responsibilities* as assigned.

YSFS is an Equal Opportunity Employer, a Drug Free Workplace and complies with the ADA. Send your resume to gquintana@youthshelters.org or apply via Indeed!


Internship & Alumni Director
Future Focused Education
Posted August 10, 2021

Future Focused Education (FFE) and Communities In Schools (CIS) are collaborating to create a stronger, healthier and more vibrant Santa Fe community by building a career pathway program through paid internships and workforce training and opportunities for marginalized youth and young adults in Santa Fe. The CIS Internship & Alumni Director will report to the Director of Workforce Learning and collaborate with the Future Focused X3 team and CIS. Essential duties and responsibilities include:

  • Internship program development and management
  • Employer partner acquisition
  • Program expansion and fundraising

For more information, please visit https://futurefocusededucation.org/join-our-team/ To apply, please email cover letter, resume and three references to info@futurefocusededucation.org


Controller
National Dance Institute of NM
Posted August 10, 2021

The Controller is responsible for managing (in conjunction with the director of Finance and Administration) the Senior Accountant, Bookkeeper and Officer Manager(s), and supervising/overseeing the day-to-day operations of the accounting and finance areas.

Bachelor’s degree (accounting/business emphasis): a CPA or MBA certification is preferred.
At least five years’ experience as a Controller or similar position, preferably in a nonprofit organization.
Significant experience in or knowledge of nonprofit accounting, including sophisticated fund and grant accounting, compliance, and reporting.
Experience with nonprofit finance and accounting software packages.

To Apply: https://www.indeed.com/job/controller-51b0ba7afc3f9353 


Office Assistant/Spanish Interpreter
The Sky Center of the New Mexico Suicide Intervention Project
Posted August 10, 2021

The Sky Center is seeking an Office Assistant/Spanish Interpreter for a part-time position: 25 hours per week from Mid-August- Mid June. 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.

Qualified candidates will have excellent computer skills, positive and supportive communication skills, the ability to multi-task and attend to clerical details and personal requests throughout the day, as well as personal self-care and resiliency skills as family crises arise from time to time. A high school diploma and additional coursework and experience in human services, 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, self-starting leader and team player with initiative and commitment to our mission. Must have a valid NM Driver’s License and current car insurance and be proficient in Bilingual English/Spanish. Please email resume and cover letter to Office Manager at theskycenter@nmsip.org


Clinical Supervisor
The Sky Center of the New Mexico Suicide Intervention Project
Posted August 10, 2021

The Sky Center is seeking a Clinical Supervisor for our Family Counseling Graduate Training Program. The position is part time: 10-12 hours weekly from Mid-August to Mid-May. This position provides training and supervision in family counseling for graduate intern students. Responsibilities include live one-way mirror observation of family therapy sessions, live interactive supervision of graduate interns, and individual supervision. Candidate must have supervisory experience, a strong family systems theoretical framework, and a minimum of three years’ experience as a trained family therapist with LPCC, LCSW or LMFT licensure in New Mexico. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred. Please email resume and cover letter to the Executive Director at apryl@skycenter.nmsip.org


GRG Program Respite Providers
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted August 10, 2021

GRG Program Respite Care Providers for Las Cumbres Community Services needed in Rio Arriba and Santa Fe County. Duties include meal preparation, personal hygiene and leisure activities. Some transportation required, must have reliable transportation. Submit Resume/Cover Letter to jobs@lccs-nm.org or apply online www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs


Family Navigator
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted August 10, 2021

Las Cumbres has full time openings for a Community Based Child Abuse Prevention, Intervention and Reunification (CBPIR) -Family Navigator(s). The CBPIR program works closely with the Children Youth and Families Division and other community providers, to deliver services to parents and primary/secondary caregivers of children ages 0-18 to prevent child abuse and neglect. CBPIR Navigators work to improve family safety and risk factors, access to community resources, support healthy parent-child interactions, and increase parents and primary/secondary caregivers' knowledge of and ability to meet children's developmental needs.

Key qualities to be successful in this role include: an outgoing personality, great oral and written communication and problem-solving skills, highly organized and flexible, and a strong desire to engage in community-based work. Must be proficient with technology and have reliable transportation. BA in Social Work or a related Human Services field preferred. Combination of education and experience totaling (6) six years may be considered in lieu of degree. Bilingual strongly preferred. Must have valid New Mexico's Driver's License. Positions located in Santa Fe and Rio Arriba County.

Submit Cover Letter/Resume to jobs@lccs-nm.org or apply online at www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs


Behavioral Support Staff
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted August 10, 2021

Las Cumbres Adult Services Department 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 to jobs@lccs-nm.org or apply online www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs


Supported Employment Supervisor
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted August 10, 2021

Las Cumbres Program Supervisor needed in Espanola to work with adults with disabilities. Responsible for Supervision of employment staff. Track progress of employment outcomes, serve as a 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.

Submit Cover Letter/Resume to jobs@lccs-nm.org or apply online www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs


Training Coordinator
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted August 10, 2021

Support and manage training operations of Las Cumbres Community Services. Ensure compliance with submission of information to the Statewide training database. Ensure all Adult Service Staff remain current with all required Training. Required: Three years prior experience in the Developmentally Disabled field and certification by the New Mexico Department of Health Developmental Disabilities Supports Division (DDSD) as a certified trainer.

Submit Cover Letter/Resume to jobs@lccs-nm.org or apply online www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs


Family Service Coordinator/ Developmental Specialist
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted August 10, 2021

Full time position for Service Coordinators/Developmental Specialists for the Las Cumbres Family, Infant and Toddler Program. Duties: assist families to access and receive early intervention services; complete intakes; evaluatations; determine eligibility; and provide Early Intervention Services in families homes. BA required. Experience with Early Childhood preferred. Position located in Espanola, NM. Must have reliable transportation. Bilingual a plus.

Submit Cover Letter/Resume to jobs@lccs-nm.org or apply online at www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs


Professional Therapists' OT, PT, SLP
Las Cumbres Community Services
Posted August 10, 2021

Professional Therapists needed for Physical Therapy, Speech Language Pathology and Occupation Therapy for an Early Intervention program at Las Cumbres that provides services to children with special needs. Potential applicants must have proper New Mexico licensure. Must have experience with children with special needs, be willing to work with their families and potential applicant must have reliable transportation. Bilingual a plus. Contracted annually. Openings located in Santa Fe, Rio Arriba and Los Alamos Counties.

Submit Cover Letter/Resume to jobs@lccs-nm.org or apply online www.lascumbres-nm.org/jobs


Director of Operations
Life Circle New Mexico - Adult Day Care Service
Posted August 3, 2021 

NATURE OF WORK:
The Operations Director of Life Circle New Mexico will have the opportunity to develop and oversee the day-to-day operations of a 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.

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; 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.

APPLICATION:
Position available until filled. A link to the full job description can be accessed at http://www.lifecirclenm.org. 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.


Donor Relations Manager
Girls Inc. of Santa Fe
Posted August 3, 2021
 

Purpose of Position: To foster a trusting, positive relationship between Girls Inc. and our donors by maintaining a donor-centric philosophy assuring that as many as possible are retained as continuing donors to the organization. To develop a broad-base of individuals giving annual support to Girls Inc. of Santa Fe.

The Donor Relations Manager is responsible for the annual plan for individuals: stewardship and recognition; donor engagement; prospect research; donor cultivation; oversight of gift processing and data entry; and donor acknowledgment.

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.


Tutor Guide

Rio Arriba Adult Literacy Program
Posted August 3, 2021

The Tutor Guide will serve as cheerleader, coach, and trainer for the volunteer tutors at the Rio Arriba Adult Literacy Program. This position will serve in the office 2-3 days every week, ensuring late afternoon coverage at least two days per week and 9-1pm coverage on Saturdays, during which time they will correspond with tutors and conduct intake with newcomers to the program. The Tutor Guide will manage four tutor-student cohorts, hosting a group class for students in that cohort every Saturday, followed by a tutor support dialogue. The Tutor Guide will build, gain feedback about, and revise online training modules for both incoming and ongoing tutors.

Tasks include:

  • Maintain RAALP’s office hours, especially in the late afternoon and Saturday hours, and conduct intake for students and tutors during this time.
  • Support tutors in their education, though the development of online modules and direct support.
  • Conduct group classes for students and tutors, developing exercises and lesson plans for these classes.
  • Build upon and improve the existing tutor training through a combination of flexible experimentation and well-researched educational methods.
  • Work with the Program Director and Coordinator in developing and maintaining shared program objectives such as recruitment, intake, and data tracking.
  • Seek out the growth of this position and the program over time, conducting outreach and grant making alongside the Program Director and board to position RAALP in new ways that help meet community demands and untapped opportunities.

Strong preference for Spanish language proficiency/fluency. We are operating in the office and remotely, and listening to national and state recommendations/mandates. In-person meetings with students and tutors are necessary. $15-18 an hour, depending on qualifications. 15-25 hours/ week. Please send your resume and cover letter to us at jobs@raalp.org.


Registrar and Curatorial Assistant
SITE Santa Fe
Posted July 30, 2021
 

A vital member of SITE Santa Fe, the Registrar and Curatorial Assistant supports the Exhibition Manager with logistics associated with exhibition programming at SITE Santa Fe including the loan, transport, care and installation of all artworks presented in SITE’s exhibitions. The Registrar and Curatorial Assistant also supports the Curator with exhibition research, organization, administration, planning, and acts as an additional liaison for visiting artists and curators. This person also interfaces with other departments regarding programmatic decision-making as it relates to the care and safety of artwork. The Registrar reports to the Exhibitions Manager and Curator, and works closely with the preparator crew and Facility Manager.

Application instructions: Applicants should submit a resume and a cover letter to job@sitesantafe.org, with the subject line “Registrar and Curatorial Assistant”.


Grants Manager
SITE Santa Fe
Posted July 30, 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.

Application instructions: Applicants should submit a resume, a cover letter, and two (2) writing samples to job@sitesantafe.org, with the subject line “Grants Manager”.


Development & Marketing Associate
Cancer Foundation for New Mexico
Posted July 27, 2021

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Cancer Foundation for New Mexico is seeking a Development & Marketing Associate to work collaboratively under the direction of the Marketing & Event Manager as well as the Development Director to plan, implement and provide support to all aspects of marketing and development work. This includes content creation for newsletters, website updates, social media posts, social media engagement, donor database management, 600+ auction database management, support of large scale special events, donor communication and stewardship.

Minimum qualifications needed: College degree preferred with 2-4 years of relevant experience, strong technology skills, experience using donor management systems and social media platforms required. Superior organizational skills and a high attention to detail along with an ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks and meet deadlines are key to this position.

Additional attributes desired:
• Strong interpersonal skills.
• Compassionate disposition & understanding of the CFFNM mission.
• Proactive personality with strong analytical and problem-solving abilities.
• Intermediate to advanced database experience and social media experience.
• Capacity to learn new software and technologies quickly
• Positive and collaborative team player who can work independently as necessary.
• Clear and effective written, verbal and phone communication skills.
• Computer literate and technologically proficient in Word, Excel, and database management. Strong ability to learn various software platforms including, Bloomerang, Greater Giving and Wordpress, as well as email marketing and image editing software like Constant Contact and Canva.

To apply, email a resume and cover letter to barbara@cffnm.org that describes your experience in marketing and development and how you think you would be an asset to the Cancer Foundation for New Mexico.


Employment Specialists
Youth Shelters & Family Services
Posted July 27, 2021

Youth Shelters & Family Services is looking for an experienced individual to work in YSFS Admin Office as an Administrative Assistant. Qualifications:

  • Bachelor Degree in Human Services and one year of relevant experience preferred OR a high school diploma or GED and at least three years related experience (experience with homeless youth, preferred).
  • Proficient computer software skills including Microsoft Windows, Excel and Word, required.
  • Strong data entry experience, with high demand for attention to detail.
  • Valid Driver’s License.
  • Criminal Records Check Clearance.

Responsibilities:

  • Perform front desk reception duties, clerical and administrative support, as assigned.
  • Provide facilitation of the Board of Directors processes including meeting notices, Board packets, etc.
  • Participate in preparing content for organization’s social media platforms coordinating content and visuals with program staff.
  • Complete the daily mail process including pick up, posting, delivery and postage meter maintenance.
  • Maintain office supply inventories, ordering, checking, returns and allocations.
  • Provide for upkeep of the front desk office space/waiting area by facilitating window cleaning, snow removal and other tasks which would insure a tidy, welcoming, safe space including scheduling and assisting with maintaining agency donation room.
  • Provide support for the Development Department.

Salary: $16.25/hr. Job Type: Full-time We offer FULL-TIME employees Medical, Dental, and generous PTO. The salary range, duties and responsibilities of this position meets the requirements of Section 13 (a)(1) of the Fair Labor Standards Act and therefore qualifies as a “non-exempt” position. YSFS is an Equal Opportunity Employer, a Drug Free Workplace and complies with the ADA. LGBTQ+ Individuals are encouraged to apply! AA/EEO. COVID-19 considerations: All staff and clients are required to wear facial coverings. All common areas are sanitized regularly.


Program Director
Communities In Schools of New Mexico
Posted July 27, 2021

The Program Director oversees the development and implementation of Communities In Schools of NM’s strategic programmatic goals. Working closely with the Executive Director and Program Administrative Team, the Program Director serves as the liaison to community partners, stakeholders, policy/decision makers and others as well as a spokesperson for Communities In Schools, ensuring the seamless delivery of Communities In Schools work across northern New Mexico schools. A primary focus is sustaining and building strong partnerships with current and future school districts, tribal communities, and others. Visit cisnm.org/careers for more information. To apply, please email cover letter, resume, the position you are applying for and how you learned about the position to info@cisnm.org.


Site Coordinator
Communities In Schools of New Mexico
Posted July 27, 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 Communities In Schools NM community school Site Coordinator 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.

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. Visit cisnm.org/careers for more information.

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


Visitor Coordinator
Santa Fe Institute
Posted July 19, 2021

Working as a member of the Events and Visitor team at the Santa Fe Institute, the coordinator will have a primary focus on planning, coordination, and administration for SFI's Visitor Program. This includes coordination of visitor invitation process, office allocations, accommodation arrangements, internal communications, and onsite support for visitors. Additionally, this position will support a variety of SFI events requiring occasional weekend and evening hours. The Visitor Coordinator works with all departments and levels within the organization. This position is considered essential to the operations of the institute and cannot be done remotely. Please go to our website to learn more. 

To apply, email 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 “Visitor Coordinator position for the Santa Fe Institute."


Business Administrator
Conservation Voters New Mexico (CVNM)
Posted July 19, 2021

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

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


Political and Policy Associate
Conservation Voters New Mexico (CVNM)
Posted July 19, 2021

We are seeking a full-time Political and Policy Associate to support Conservation Voters New Mexico (CVNM)’s political work and play an integral role in advancing statewide policies that protect our air, land, water, and wildlife. The Associate will be responsible for implementing strategies that build broad support for issue campaigns, statewide policy, and pro-conservation candidates. They will also serve as a junior lobbyist during the legislative session, and assist with coalition convenings and management. Go to: https://cvnm.org/about-cvnm/jobs/ for the full job description.

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


Director of Marketing and Communications
American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC)
Posted July 19, 2021

In support of its mission, AIGC now seeks a Director of Marketing and Communications who will be responsible for planning, organizing, and directing all of AIGC’s external communications and public relations. Apply here.


Development Specialist
Southwest Women's Law Center
Posted July 19, 2021

The Southwest Women’s Law Center is looking for a Development Specialist to help us build our fundraising capacity from the ground up. Required qualifications:

  • 2+ years of professional fundraising experience for non-profits including in-person “asks” from individuals, corporations, and foundations
  • 2+ years of professional grant/proposal writing experience for non-profits
  • 2+ years of recent professional experience creating social media marketing for fundraising purposes (we use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Mailchimp, Hootsuite, Canva)
  • 1+ years of professional experience creating fundraising plans
  • 1+ years of recent experience with donor database system (we currently use Kindful)
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to draft grant proposals and develop fundraising initiatives as the sole development professional, while soliciting input from staff.
  • Reliable transportation to attend donor/fundraising meetings within NM
  • In-depth knowledge of the NM community, and currently residing in NM
  • Ability to cultivate productive working relationships with diverse populations

Preferred qualifications:

  • Prior experience working with nonprofits that impact women, people of color, LGTBQ is a plus
  • Project management skills with fundraising campaigns that include training and managing staff, board members, and volunteers
  • Event planning experience
  • Spanish and/or Native language fluency

We are open to a part-time or contract basis for the right candidate if necessary. Please see all details and apply through Indeed here.