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Job Opportunities

Job postings are listed in the order they are received with the most recent at the top. Job opportunity postings are welcome from nonprofits located in our funding region (Mora, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, and Santa Fe counties). While many positions are "open until filled," please be sure to check the deadline for applications. Job postings will remain online for two months from posting. After two months, if job is still available, please resubmit job for inclusion for an additional two months.

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

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

Read full description here.

Communications and Marketing Senior Manager
Santa Fe Community Foundation
Posted January 30, 2021

Santa Fe Community Foundation is inviting applications and nominations for a Communications and Marketing Senior Manager to help shape and implement the Foundation’s long-term communications and marketing vision and advance the Foundation’s overarching goals. Reporting to and collaborating closely with the Vice President for Advancement, this role will be responsible for the planning, development and execution of all internal and external communications for the Foundation – producing impactful content and support materials, coordinating strategic and tactical communications and marketing efforts with colleagues and functions across the Foundation, and overseeing external consultants and service providers as appropriate to support the Foundation’s needs.

For the full position description and to apply, please visit:

This search is being conducted with assistance from Linh Nguyen of NPAG. Due to the pace of this search, candidates are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Candidates may submit their cover letter, outlining their interest and qualifications, along with their resume via NPAG’s candidate portal.

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

Santa Fe Community Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Executive Assistant
Casa First Judicial Distrcit
Posted March 2, 2021

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Legal Director
New Mexico Environmental Law Center
Posted March 2, 2021

Reporting to the Executive Director and serving as a member of the management team, the Legal Director will be vital in furthering NMELC’s re-envisioning of their work advocating for environmental justice for especially frontline communities across New Mexico. The Legal Director will manage a 6-person Legal Department that includes staff attorneys and a paralegal. The Legal Director will oversee NMELC’s legal strategy and ensure legal services provided to clients and communities are of excellent quality. The Legal Director will also be involved in policy development, advocacy, and larger development/fundraising initiatives that help to support and expand NMELC’s legal services. Applicants must live in New Mexico and/or be familiar with New Mexico history and culture.

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS: Full-time/exempt annual salary of 75K to 92K depending on experience. After a qualifying period, benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance, 403(b), vacation and sick leave.
Deadline to apply: March 5, 2021. Start date: April 2021 Applicants should submit a resume, cover letter, two writing samples minimum, and three references electronically to Dr. Virginia Necochea, Executive Director, at 

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

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

Please email for a complete job description.

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

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

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

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

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

For full job description or to apply with cover letter and resume, email with the subject line Assistant Manager of Programs to

Executive Director
Interfaith Community Shelter
Posted February 23, 2021

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

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

Advancement Coordinator
International Folk Art Alliance, Inc
Posted February 23, 2021

The International Folk Art Alliance, Inc is seeking an Advancement Coordinator. This is a full-time, non-exempt position reporting to the Director of Advancement. This position will assist in all fundraising activities, especially but not limited to processing of donor records in the database, gift acknowledgements, reporting, moves management (donor and prospect tracking), data entry and reporting, uploading new constituent data, and general database management; planning and implementing special events supervised by Director of Advancement; general administrative support duties for the Advancement department; This position will be responsible for coordinating annual fund activities, especially but not limited to all direct mail campaigns, online fundraising, and business sponsorships and other duties as assigned.

Deadline: Applications must be received by March 10, 2021

SITE Guides
SITE Santa Fe
Posted February 23, 2021

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

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

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

For more detailed information on this opportunity, go to

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

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

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

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

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

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

Finance Director
Youth Shelters and Family Services
Posted February 16, 2021

Youth Shelters and Family Services are looking for a Finance Director to provide fiscal management, analysis and consultation. Please provide cover letter.

• Salary: $40.00/hr
• We offer PART-TIME employees paid holidays, and a dedicated team of co-workers.
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.
• Certified Public Accountant (preferred)
• Three to five years of accounting experience
• Non-profit accounting experience (preferred)
• Familiarity with QuickBooks job and class reporting (preferred)
• Understanding and knowledge of general accounting practices
• Strong project management and planning and budgeting skills.

Responsibilities and Duties:
• Develop the annual draft budget
• Review monthly financial reports
• Provide all relevant fiscal information to the Executive Director.
• Provide supervision and evaluation of finance management staff
• Proactively participate in grant application process

Marketing Coordinator
The Horse Shelter
Posted February 16, 2021

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

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

Program Director
Casa Milagro
Posted February 16, 2021

Casa Milagro is an innovative and growing organization looking for a program director to grow with us and help us meet the needs of our residents. The program director will have clinical training and will assist our residents in getting the most effective support possible. Primary duties include:
● Hiring, training, supervising, and scheduling staff.
● Overseeing daily operations for the organization in collaboration with the program manager and under supervision of the executive director.
● Assisting the executive director with the development of policies and procedures for the organization.
● Supervising care coordination staff with the development and implementation of service plans for residents.
● Providing supportive case management services as needed.
● Liaising and collaborating with outside mental health care providers as needed to ensure residents receive the best mental health care possible.
● Facilitating communication with staff and residents, including admissions meetings, community meetings, and crisis/conflict-resolution meetings.
● Managing residents and staff in the event of a mental health crisis.
● Working closely with the executive director to develop the organization for maximum benefit to those we serve.
Hours & Benefits: 30 hours per week; starting pay rate $20-$22/hr based on experience and licensure.

To apply for this position, send a cover letter, resume or CV, and 2-3 references to

Administrative Assistant
Cornerstones Community Partnerships
Posted February 16, 2021

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

Director of Outreach
Cornerstones Community Partnerships
Posted February 16, 2021

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

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

Program Assistant
CASA First Judicial
Posted February 9, 2021

CASA First, Court Appointed Special Advocates, First Judicial District, is looking for a professional, compassionate, positive part-time program assistant to support program coordinators. This is an opportunity to use creative designs to enhance current and future efforts. Applicants must be highly organized and committed to accuracy with data management skills.

Program Assistant duties to include:
• Maintain and update volunteer and legal case records
• Assist and develop training materials as we continue with video and virtual advocacy and training
• Organize, analyze and maintain database material to generate quarterly and annual reports
• Assist staff with daily operations, current and future projects
• Deliver and receive court documents from District Court
• Attend trainings for potential growth

Successful candidates will work both independently and as a member of a team, have strong ethical principles, hold in respect confidentiality and possess strong technical/computer/Google Suite/graphic skills. Background checks are required.

We are a non-profit proving court appointed volunteer advocacy for foster children in Santa Fe, Rio Arriba and Los Alamos. This is a great opportunity to gain non-profit and child welfare experience in a supportive environment. CASA First is an equal employment employer. We welcome candidates of diverse backgrounds, and those with lived foster care experience are especially encouraged to apply. Please send letter of inquiry and resume to

Program Director
Gerard's House
Posted February 9, 2021

Gerard's House is seeking a Program Director. The Program Director, under the direction of the Co-Executive Directors, is responsible for the planning, management, supervision, and daily operation of Gerard’s House’s Grief Connections programs and related programs, along with the supervision of program support staff, interns, and volunteers. The Program Director is also responsible for planning and management of the intake, referral, placement, and closure processes at Gerard's House.

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 also required. Completion of Gerard's House Facilitator Training program is required, and an LMHC, LPCC, or LISW is preferred. To apply, please send resume, cover letter, and three references to Co-Executive Director, Nicole Gonzales,

Bridges to Opportunity Coach - Full and part time position open
Growing Up New Mexico
Posted February 2, 2021

The Bridges to Opportunity Coach at Growing Up New Mexico is part of a team that supports family access to opportunities and resources to accomplish short and long-term goals that focus on the health and well-being of the entire family. The Coach works with families, identifying their goals, connecting them to resources and supports to achieve those goals and focusing equally on parents and children to meet family goals.

To apply, please complete the Growing Up New Mexico Application for Employment on this website.

Executive Director
New Mexico Wildlife Center
Posted February 2, 2021

New Mexico Wildlife Center, located 20 minutes north of Santa Fe, is seeking an Executive Director. There are three main facets to NMWC: a Wildlife Hospital, Wildlife Education programs, and our onsite native wildlife exhibits that are open to the public daily. Our annual operating budget has been steadily climbing in recent years as the organization has experienced significant growth. Last year’s budget was approximately $650,000.

The Executive Director is responsible for managing the staff and supervising the 20-acre facility, interacting with the many volunteers, maintaining all permits and licenses, working with the Board of Directors to develop annual budget and provide strategic direction for the organization, fundraising to meet budget targets, and representing the Center to state and federal agencies, the public, and partner conservation programs.

How to Apply: Send resume, cover letter, writing sample, and three references to Board Vice President, Karen Garcia, at Please put “NMWC Executive Director” in the subject line. Applications received by February 3 will be given preference. All inquiries should be directed to and not sent to the organization email. Thank you!

Western Program Director
Wildlands Network
Posted February 2, 2021

The Western Program Director at the Wildlands Network is responsible for overseeing and managing partnerships and projects within the United States portion of the “Western Wildway,” as that region is defined by organizational maps, with special focus and emphasis on areas south of the Greater Yellowstone Ecoregion. The Director is the primary public face of the organization in this interior western region and takes the lead in setting strategic direction, program goals, objectives and priorities. Please see "Employment Opportunities" under the "About Us" section on our website for the full details and how to apply.

Senior Wildlife Biologist
Wildlands Network
Posted February 2, 2021

The Senior Wildlife Biologist at the Wildlands Network will manage projects and develop strategic initiatives designed to support the recovery, resiliency and conservation of native carnivore species and other keystone species in the Western United States, with a special focus on species native to New Mexico. In addition to managing a portfolio of New Mexico state-specific projects, the Biologist will consult on science and policy proposals to inform organizational strategy at the national and international levels. The Biologist will coordinate directly with the Western Program Director (new hire) to achieve on-the-ground results in the West.

The Biologist will serve as an organizational issue expert internally and externally. With a focus on achieving on-the-ground conservation results for wildlife, they will consult and advise on field science projects, policy development, community engagement and outreach, coalition building, communication and development activities. Please see "Employment Opportunities" under the "About Us" section on our website for the full details and how to apply.

Program Officer for Education
Santa Fe Council on International Relations
Posted February 2, 2021

Santa Fe Council on International Relations is currently seek a full-time Program Officer to lead our High School and College Education programs. This individual will coordinate and implement core education programs that serve hundreds of high school and college students in Santa Fe and throughout New Mexico. Responsibilities include: Program Development and Management (70%); External Relations (10%); Intern Management (10%); Grant Writing/Reporting (5%); Website Maintenance (5%). Include CV and cover letter as separate .pdf files in application sent to Deadline to apply: February 26, 2021. Position starts May 3, 2021.

Development Finance Officer
New Mexico Highlands University Foundation
Posted February 2, 2021

New Mexico Highlands University Foundation seeks a Finance Development Officer. The incumbent in this position is responsible for all finance related work in the office including cash management, data entry, check processing, journal entries, fund balancing, budget entry and year‐end closing activities. The position reports to the Director of Advancement. This position is covered under a collective bargaining unit; upon successful completion of probationary status, the terms and conditions of the CBA will apply. For full job description, visit our website.

Path to Peace Program
Esperanza Shelter
Posted February 2, 2021

Provides trauma-informed case management and advocacy services to non-residential participants - Path to Peace program and/or survivors of relationship violence, stalking, sexual assault, human trafficking. Answer crisis calls; assess and triage crises situations; assess needs of clients; address appropriately; participate in client staffing and documentation; perform client intakes and/or assessments and safety planning; client-centered advocacy and case management; focus on participant identified goals; facilitate groups for survivors and Path to Peace program; write progress notes; model healthy boundaries and communication and actively participate in their own self-care to manage stress and build resiliency against secondary trauma.

• A bachelor’s degree in human services, crisis management, or related field or equivalent work or volunteer experience and training preferred
• A minimum of four years’ experience, training in related field
• Spanish fluency required
• Ability to work evenings to facilitate groups (evening shift ends around 7 or 8 pm)
• During COVID, remote work available
• Shift Monday – Thursday 4/10’s or Monday – Friday 5/8’s 

Chief Operating Officer
American Indian Graduate Center
Posted January 26, 2021

In support of its mission, American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC) now seeks a new Chief Operating Officer (COO) who will be responsible for the oversight and management of daily operations including managing and stewarding the financial health of the organization. Reporting to the Executive Director, the COO is a key member of the senior management team and will manage a diverse group of operations, finance, and program staff committed to AIGC’s core values of excellence, impact, respect, empowerment, and its personel. The ideal candidate is detailed and process oriented with strong financial management skills and working knowledge of tribes and tribal organizations. This is an exciting opportunity to lead core operations and oversee programming excellence with the premier organization funding and empowering the next generation of Native leaders across all sectors.

For the full position description and to apply, please visit our website.

NB3FIT Program Coordinator
Notah Begay III Foundation
Posted January 26, 2021

Reporting to the Director of NB3FIT at the Notah Begay III Foundation, the NB3FIT Program Coordinator assists in development and implementation of youth programming that promotes the Foundation’s four core areas. This position works closely with the Director of NB3FIT as well as Evaluation and Research department staff in the ongoing development, implementation, and evaluation of NB3FIT programming. In collaboration with the Director of NB3FIT and other NB3FIT Program Coordinators, this position will lead implementation of cross-country running programming and support all other NB3FIT programs.  Please email or visit website for full job description.

Domestic Violence Client Services Manager
Esperanza Shelter
Posted January 20, 2021

This position is a member of the Executive Team and under the direct supervision of the Executive Director of Esperanza Shelter. The Domestic Violence Client Services Manager works collaboratively with the Executive Director and the non-residential services team to ensure program effectiveness, participant record compliance, and that services are being delivered to participants in a timely and effective manner. Participants include survivors, Path to Peace program participants (court-ordered offenders), and children of domestic violence survivors . The position oversees and, as necessary, assist with intakes and assessments, facilitate groups in absence of DV advocate and court advocacy referrals. Some group sessions will take place in the evenings on Monday-Thursday, therefore the ability to work evenings is required. This is a full-time salaried exempt position.

Education and Experience:

  • Must possess a Master’s degree in social work, human services, psychology, counseling, or related field.
  • Must possess a current NM LMSW, LMHC, LISW, or LPCC license.
  • Three to five years of progressive mid/lower level management and supervisory experience in a nonprofit setting.
  • Must speak, read, and write fluent Spanish.

For full job description and to apply, please visit our website.

Chief Philanthropy Officer
Girls Inc. of Santa Fe
Posted January 12, 2021

Girls Inc. of Santa Fe is looking for a Chief Philanthropy Officer to achieve our Bold Goal of inspiring 1,500 girls annually. We have a vision for a world in which every girl values her whole self, discovers her inherent strengths, can push past obstacles, and achieve her goals. We strive for a world in which all girls can grow up strong, smart, and bold and become healthy, educated, and independent adults. Please visit our website for more information.

Animals Program Officer
Carroll Petrie Foundation
Posted January 12, 2021

The Carroll Petrie Foundation is seeking a smart, compassionate, and motivated individual to join the Foundation as the Animals Program Officer. The Carroll Petrie Foundation is a family foundation dedicated to supporting animals and the natural world. This newly created position presents an exciting opportunity to manage the Foundation’s Animals Program. In this role, the Animals Program Officer will co-create and regularly evaluate the Foundation’s animal grantmaking strategy and build deep relationships with grantees, collaborating with them to develop grant proposals and track, evaluate, and support their ongoing work.

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter (in PDF format) to Please include “Animals Program Officer - YOUR NAME” in the subject line. A full job description may be found at Thank you in advance for your interest and work on this application! 

Visitor Services Associate - Part Time
SITE Santa Fe
Posted January 12, 2021

Visitor Services Associates are the public face of SITE Santa Fe. They are responsible for creating a welcoming and accessible environment for visitors and for delivering information about the exhibitions and public programs. This fast-paced position requires a candidate to multitask and quickly problem-solve, while maintaining a friendly and professional demeanor. Specific responsibilities include processing entry ticket sales, gathering visitor information, facilitating coffee, snack bar and store sales, and answering the phone. This is a part-time position available for Sundays only. Read full job description here.

Crew Leaders
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps
Posted January 12, 2021

Crew Leaders oversee the day-to-day operations of crews of youth and young adults, and are integral to the fulfillment of Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (RMYC)’s mission. The Crew Leader will manage a diverse crew of participants between the ages of 18 and 25 in the safe and efficient completion of conservation or outreach projects in the outdoors, while providing structured opportunities for personal and professional development throughout the season. Often working under minimal staff supervision and in remote settings with limited communication and support channels, Crew Leaders are expected to exercise sound discretion and independent judgment on matters relating to the safety, well-being, and performance of crew members in the field. Crew Leaders are often the only resources immediately available in critical situations.
POSITION TYPE: Seasonal, full time, non-exempt fixed salary for fluctuating hours.
SCHEDULE: “Spike” crew - 8-day on/6-day off schedule; 80 hours of project work per spike; camp with crew on site.
SALARY: Depends on experience, starting @ $580 weekly. This position is a fixed salary for fluctuating hours – you will get half time for hours above 40 per week (approx. $200 extra per pay period during a regular spike schedule).
REPORTS TO: Upper Rio Grande Program Coordinator
DATES: March 1st, 2021 to November 19th, 2021 (Actual dates may vary due to weather, COVID-19, or other conditions)
LOCATION: Taos, NM (Project locations throughout the state)

Multiple Conservation Crew Member Positions Available
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps
Posted January 12, 2021

Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (RMYC) Conservation Crew Members between the ages of 18-25, operate as AmeriCorps terms of service, working on conservation projects throughout New Mexico based out of Taos, Taos Pueblo, or Albuquerque. This position requires Camping; applicants must be available for overnights up to 8 days throughout the duration of the season.
Conservation Crews will work to safely complete trail maintenance and/or forestry/fuels reduction (chainsaw thinning) projects. Additional projects may include historic preservation, disaster relief, watershed restoration or other community improvement work. All Corpsmembers will receive both personal and professional development training such as First Aid/CPR, Mental Health First Aid, chainsaw training, financial management, and public speaking skills.
The season extends from March 29th - November 19th 2021. (schedule may change to do COVID-19). Please visit the for more information and to apply.