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The following jobs are currently available to the public and have been listed by local employers or by Career Services personnel.

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CURRENT JOB LISTINGS
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Teller
Wells Fargo

INDUSTRY: Banking
LOCATION: Santa Fe and other areas,  

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 5/28/14
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:  38 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Requisition Number:3862934 "Our vision is to satisfy all our customers' financial needs, help them succeed financially, be known as one of America's great companies and the number-one financial services provider in each of our markets. Come Join Us. Tellers are the face of our company and represent Wells Fargo in the community. A Teller position with our team offers an opportunity to be part of one of America s greatest companies. You'll have exposure to a variety of responsibilities, people and experiences in a professional work environment - that's part of the fun! Our Expectation of our Tellers: Tellers introduce customers to new products and services, and generate leads for other members of the sales team to close. Every teller has her/his own scorecard with goals. Our best tellers constantly go the extra mile to greet customers, make them feel welcome and also engage customers to learn about their financial needs. An excellent teller processes between 20-25 customer transactions each hour with no mistakes through patience, attention to detail, and the ability to follow procedures. Every teller is responsible for maintaining and balancing a cash drawer. Under direct supervision, processes customer transactions within established guidelines. Identifies and makes sales referrals, recommends alternate channels, cross-sells bank services and products for Wells Fargo partners, provides excellent customer service. Duties may include safe deposit, merchant/vault, ATM processing, bonds and coupons, foreign currency and night drop. At Wells Fargo, we have an outstanding diverse team. We want people who pitch in and help others without being asked and want team members who are committed to the success of the team. Tellers will develop and improve their skills through training programs and regular feedback discussions with supervisors, which will help further their professional experience and improve their chances for even greater roles in the future. A teller position is the start of something really big. With an organization the size of Wells Fargo, there is no limit to what a truly motivated person can become with a little dedication and time. Wells Fargo believes in developing people! " Please Note: To apply for this position, update your contact information (email and phone number) and upload your resume.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: 1+ years experience interacting with people or customers. Demonstrated skill in use of computers. Demonstrated ability to achieve individual and team goals. Positive approach in interactions with customers and team members. Reliable attendance. Good communication skills. Ability to work a schedule that includes working weekends and some holidays. Previous cash-handling experience, Previous experience selling products and services, Previous experience meeting customer satisfaction goals, Previous experience working in a fast paced environment, Ability to stand for extended periods of time, Multilingual speakers are encouraged to apply

PREFERRED SKILLS: Normal work schedules typically fall between 7AM - 6PM.

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume,  , Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Annette Abeyta, Recruiter
MAILING ADDRESS:
 , Albuquerque, Santa Fe..., NM87505
PHONE: 505-766-7364
FAX: 505-765-5214
EMAIL: Annette.Abeyta@WellsFargo.com
WEB ADDRESS: www.wellsfargo.com/careers
 


 

Teller
Wells Fargo

INDUSTRY: Banking
LOCATION: Santa Fe and other areas,  

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 6/5/14
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:  30.00 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Requisition Number: 3867639 Our vision is to satisfy all our customers' financial needs, help them succeed financially, be known as one of America's great companies and the number-one financial services provider in each of our markets. Come Join Us. Tellers are the face of our company and represent Wells Fargo in the community. A Teller position with our team offers an opportunity to be part of one of America s greatest companies. You ll have exposure to a variety of responsibilities, people and experiences in a professional work environment - that s part of the fun! Our Expectation of our Tellers: Tellers introduce customers to new products and services, and generate leads for other members of the sales team to close. Every teller has her/his own scorecard with goals. Our best tellers constantly go the extra mile to greet customers, make them feel welcome and also engage customers to learn about their financial needs. An excellent teller processes between 20-25 customer transactions each hour with no mistakes through patience, attention to detail, and the ability to follow procedures. Every teller is responsible for maintaining and balancing a cash drawer. Under direct supervision, processes customer transactions within established guidelines. Identifies and makes sales referrals, recommends alternate channels, cross-sells bank services and products for Wells Fargo partners, provides excellent customer service. Duties may include safe deposit, merchant/vault, ATM processing, bonds and coupons, foreign currency and night drop. At Wells Fargo, we have an outstanding diverse team. We want people who pitch in and help others without being asked and want team members who are committed to the success of the team. Tellers will develop and improve their skills through training programs and regular feedback discussions with supervisors, which will help further their professional experience and improve their chances for even greater roles in the future. A teller position is the start of something really big. With an organization the size of Wells Fargo, there is no limit to what a truly motivated person can become with a little dedication and time. Wells Fargo believes in developing people! Please Note: To apply for this position, update your contact information (email and phone number) and upload your resume.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: 1+ years experience interacting with people or customers Demonstrated skill in use of computers. Demonstrated ability to achieve individual and team goals. Positive approach in interactions with customers and team members. Reliable attendance. Good communication skills. Ability to work a schedule that includes working weekends and some holidays. Normal work schedules typically fall between 7AM - 6PM.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Previous cash-handling experience, Previous experience selling products and services, Previous experience meeting customer satisfaction goals, Previous experience working in a fast paced environment, Ability to stand for extended periods of time, Multilingual speakers are encouraged to apply. Bilingual in Spanish preferred Full time and part time positions require full time training of 40 hours per week for a period as long as 1-2 week

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume,  , Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Annette Abeyta, Recruiter
MAILING ADDRESS:
 , Albuquerque, Santa Fe..., NM87505
PHONE: 505-766-7364
FAX: 505-765-5214
EMAIL: Annette.Abeyta@WellsFargo.com
WEB ADDRESS: www.wellsfargo.com/careers
 


 

Director of Finance
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (RMYC)

INDUSTRY: Americorps Youth program
LOCATION: Ranchos de Taos, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/18/14
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE: M-F8-5 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES -Oversight of all accounting functions, including supervision of staff; responsible for accounts payable, payroll, billing, accounts receivable, general accounting, fixed assets accounting. -Ensure RMYC compliance with all federal, state, or local laws and regulations pertaining to cost practices, accounting documentation, reimbursement requests, and reporting. -Complete financial reporting to Board of Directors, Management Team and funding sources as part of RMYC reporting responsibilities. -Preparation of annual budget. Maintenance of periodic budgetary updates by program including information to enable budget variance analysis. -Manage staff benefits programs ensuring cost effective and high value benefit offerings. -Ensure proper insurance coverage for all RMYC activities. -Create and implement new accounting systems, policies, or procedures as required by the organization. OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES -Participate in RMYC Management Team. -Collaborate with management on funding proposals and fundraising initiatives to ensure accuracy. -Cash flow forecasting, cash management, and bank account management, in conjunction with Executive Director. -Ensure proper recordkeeping for RMCY fiscal records. -Oversee annual audit process and preparation of the annual 990 tax return. -Participate in RMYC group activities. -Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: MINIMUM SKILLS REQUIRED -Minimum five years accounting management experience; experience specific to not-for-profits is highly preferred. -Strong computer skills, including high skill level in MS-Office software; QuickBooks experience required. -Strong verbal and written communication skills; ability to work in a cooperative and flexible manner with all corpsmembers and staff. -Excellent organizational skills.

PREFERRED SKILLS: EDUCATION: Four year college degree in accounting or related field is a strong need. In exceptional cases, relevant work experience may be substituted for part of the educational requirement.

WAGES:  52,000 to 60,000 per year

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Ben
MAILING ADDRESS:
P.O. Box 1960, Ranchos de Taos, NM87557
PHONE: (575) 751-1420
FAX: (575) 751-1136
EMAIL: ben@youthcorps.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.youthcorps.org
 


 

Financial Associate–Retirement and Benefits
Fidelity Investments

INDUSTRY: financial planning
LOCATION: Albuquerque, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 6/20/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE: Monday-Friday40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: About Fidelity Investments Fidelity Investments is one of the world's largest providers of financial services. Founded in 1946, the firm is a leading provider of investment management, retirement planning, portfolio guidance, brokerage, benefits outsourcing and many other financial products and services to more than 20 million individuals and institutions, as well as through 5,000 financial intermediary firms. For more information about Fidelity Investments, visit www.fidelity.com. Fidelity Investments is seeking professional individuals at our Albuquerque, NM site with a strong interest in learning financial services and the employee benefits industry (401k and 403b, pension, and health & insurance). In this role, you will be a part of a dynamic and rewarding industry while helping our customers maximize their benefits plans. You will communicate with our customers, resolve their questions, process their requests, uncover and understand unspoken needs, and provide information about financial products and services – all with a goal of helping customers fulfill their plans for retirement. If you are an experienced service and consultative-minded professional seeking to apply your skills and knowledge in a meaningful way every day, and who may also want to ultimately advance your career, then this may be the opportunity for you. Participate in an industry-leading, comprehensive company-sponsored training program that will provide you with valuable resources, tools, and education. This unique 5-7 week program incorporates classroom-style teaching, on-the-job training, and one-on-one coaching to build an exceptional base of core skills and knowledge. Primary Responsibilities • Provide outstanding customer service to inbound callers while responding to their inquiries and requests on employee benefits plans throughout their employment lifecycle (enrollment to retirement) • Seek opportunities to educate customers to take ownership of their needs and maximize their retirement benefits • Consult and educate customers to achieve beneficial outcomes for their retirement savings • Reference multiple on-line resources effectively while simultaneously conversing with customers • Mitigate risk while adhering to quality procedures and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements • Obtain and capture feedback from customers to help identify customer experience improvement opportunities • Partner across the organization to deliver world-class service and ensure continuous process improvements WORK SCHEDULE: Various shifts available during hours of operation: Monday-Friday, 5:30am-10:00pm APPLY BY: On-line (instructions below) As part of the application process, we require candidates to apply directly to the Financial Associate Retirement & Benefits position through our website. Please click the link below, fill out the brief candidate profile and the application process will be complete. If you have already created a candidate profile, you should be able to log-in with your username and password to apply directly.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Education and Experience (Preferred, but not required) •Customer service experience •Financial services and or employee benefits industry experience, or an affinity towards learning more about them • Bachelor's Degree Skills and Knowledge •Previous experience delivering outstanding customer service in a metric-oriented environment •Ability to confidently lead customers to the best outcomes utilizing consultative techniques and capabilities •Outstanding interpersonal, communication, time management, problem-solving and critical thinking skills •Desire to uncover unspoken customer needs through effective questioning •Demonstrated ability and attitude to thrive in a fast paced, challenging, and evolving team-oriented environment, while enhancing the customer experience •Strong aptitude for embracing new technology and the ability to simultaneously leverage multiple systems and resources •Focus on continuous improvement to enhance the customer experience •Open and responsive to quickly apply coaching and feedback for immediate improvement and proactively manage personal development

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  26,000

BENEFITS: HEALTH, DENTAL, 401K,  , paid holidays and vacation, tuition reimbursement

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume,  ,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Apply online
MAILING ADDRESS:
 ,  ,   
PHONE: 800-418-6291
FAX:  
EMAIL:  
WEB ADDRESS: http://jobs.fidelity.com
 


 

Home Purchase Advisor
Homewise, Inc.Home -Purchase Advisor

INDUSTRY: Non-profit
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/11/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Homewise, Inc. seeks a Home Purchase Advisor to to prepare potential homeowners to make informed decisions in purchasing a home. ***Competitive compensation package. ***

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: This individual must possess the ability to work in fast paced environment; be goal oriented; must demonstrate leadership based on ability to inspire, motivate and engage commitment from others; listen to understand others viewpoints. Applicant must also have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Solid understanding of financial coaching and a customer service orientation required. Bilingual required.

PREFERRED SKILLS: High school diploma required, college degree preferred. Experience in mortgage lending helpful.

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
 
MAILING ADDRESS:
 ,  ,   
PHONE:  
FAX:  
EMAIL: blange@homewise.org
WEB ADDRESS: homewise.org
 


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Account Executive
Entercom Denver, LLC

INDUSTRY: Radio Broadcasting
LOCATION: Denver, CO

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/15/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Entercom Denver’s KOSI, THE MOUNTAIN, ALICE and Studio 1430 radio stations are currently accepting resumes from positive, motivated and energetic self-starters for a full-time sales position. Grow current business and Develop new business by creating customized marketing solutions for Denver area businesses.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Successful candidates must possess exceptional communication, presentation and negotiation skills with the ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment. Skills needed include: • Problem Solving • Strategic Thinking • Strong Presentation Skills • Key Negotiation Skills • Ability to Multi-task Personal attributes that are important: • High Energy Level • Self Starters • Goal Driven • Extremely Disciplined • Attention to Detail • Strong Follow-Through Previous sales or marketing experience in media or a highly competitive industry is required. We offer a generous commission plan, the ability to grow professionally and a comprehensive benefits package.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Human Resources
MAILING ADDRESS: 4700 S Syracuse St., Suite 1050, Denver, CO80237
PHONE: 303-967-2700
FAX: 303-967-2845
EMAIL: www.entercom.com/careers
WEB ADDRESS: www.entercom.com
 


 

Administrative Assistant
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 4/11/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Announcement Number UT-DEU-2014-0012 Major Duties You will be responsible for a variety of offices clerical services in support of the Vernal Field Office Minerals and NEPA program areas. Duties include, but are not limited to, records management and maintenance (both electronic and hard copy), mail distribution, clerical support to co-workers as necessary in their day-to-day duties, and responding to routine phone inquiries from the public.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements You must meet all qualification requirements by the closing date of the announcement. Evaluations Upon receipt of your complete application package, a review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the basic qualification requirements. Your rating will be based on your responses to the Job Specific Questionnaire and the information stated in your resume. If you meet the qualification requirements, your application will be placed in one of three categories: Best Qualified, Highly Qualified, or Qualified. Within these categories, applicants eligible for veteran's preference will receive selection priority over non-veterans. In addition, interviews may be conducted for this position. The interviews may be conducted on a pass/fail basis or may be scored. The job specific questions relate to the following knowledge, skills and abilities required to do the work of this position: *Skill in managing administrative functions. *Ability to utilize office automation equipment and various software packages. *Skill in proper use of English grammar, spelling, punctuation, and style format. *Skill in communicating orally and in writing and dealing effectively with the public. Qualifications Specialized Experience Requirements: In order to be rated as qualified for this position, we must be able to determine that you meet the specialized experience requirement. Be sure to include this information in your resume. To be creditable, this experience must have been equivalent in difficulty and complexity to the next lower grade of the position to be filled. For GS-5, you must have a minimum of one year of creditable specialized experience equivalent to the GS-4 level in the Federal service. Examples of specialized experience are: Clerical, office or other work including reviewing documents for proper grammar and syntax; using software systems for data entry and records maintenance; generate a variety of reports using reference manuals to insure compliance with the laws and regulations; experience with a filing system or handling mail. OR Four years of education above high school leading to a bachelor's degree with a major study in any field.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  $31628.00 - $41122.00

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  , yes

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Find and copy JOB ID# in Job duties section
MAILING ADDRESS: www.blm.gov,  ,   
PHONE:  
FAX:  
EMAIL:  
WEB ADDRESS: www.usajobs.gov
 


 

Administrative Assistant
Alchemy Marketing Services

INDUSTRY: Web Development, Graphic Design, Marketing
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/20/2014
JOB TYPE:  Part-time   
WORK SCHEDULE: Flexible but Consistant 20 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: We are looking for an amazing administrative / executive assistant. Someone who is strong with organization, experienced with creating organizational systems, talented with written and verbal communication, project management, and customer service. Our office is comprised of two agencies who have joined together to serve individuals, non-profits and larger organizations needing graphic design, web development and Internet marketing. Creative and strategic, our dynamic firm is looking for the perfect assistant to grow with the company and take charge of administrative tasks. ***20 hours per week with consistent schedule - applicants must be: •Comfortable on Computers, Laptops, Tablets and Mobile Phones •Adept at using the Internet and Texting •Reliable •Hungry to learn new technologies •Self-motivated •Well-spoken and written •Accurate •Interested in growing with the company Tasks Include: •Data entry for: Project Management Software, Social Channels, Word Documents, Excel, eCommerce websites and other systems •Calling & Answering phones - for specials, invoices and follow up •Sending email newsletters through Mailchimp, Constant Contact and other •Scheduling & Calender •Filing •Sending invoices •Light office cleaning •Online Research •General Organization

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: • High School Dipolma • Some College • MUST be comfortable on PC and MAC

PREFERRED SKILLS: PREFERRED SKILLS: • Editing • Attention to detail

WAGES:  12-15 contract to start

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Kendra Arnold, Owner
MAILING ADDRESS:  , Santa Fe, NM 
PHONE: 505-690-5709
FAX:  
EMAIL: alchemydesignnm@gmail.com
WEB ADDRESS: www.klaconceptsllc.com
 


 

Administrative Specialist
REI

INDUSTRY: Outdoor Gear
LOCATION: Santa Fe,, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/25/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE OPENINGS At REI we value our customers; we work hard to earn our reputation for quality and integrity every day. Our commitment remains the same as when we started out in 1938: to inspire, educate and outfit for a lifetime of outdoor adventure. Our Retail Stores seek committed, service-oriented individuals who are passionate about educating and outfitting customers with the products we sell. Typical positions in our Retail Stores include sales and cashier specialists, retail management, merchandise stockers and ski/bike technicians. We offer flexible schedules and opportunities for professional growth and development. Join our retail team where you will find supportive leadership, a committed staff and an engaging work culture. THE JOB: The retail ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST plays a key role in assisting the store management team with daily administrative duties related to: Accounting, Banking, Benefits, Facilities, Frontline Support, Human Resources, Member Support, PC Systems, Purchasing, Records, Safety, Payroll, and Store Communications. Specific responsibilities include: Supports management team with accounting responsibilities such as reconciling Multi-cards, Petty Cash, and other expense systems and assists with the review GL expenses for accuracy Creates and maintains files to support efficient store operations Oversees store communications, creates and maintains bulletin boards, calendars, and other communication areas Manages office supply inventory within assigned budget Administers Pro Deal program, communicating with vendors and employees, monitoring use and compliance with guidelines Facilitates the hiring process, processes HR documentation, review and anniversary date tracking, maintains employee files, and oversees entry of timekeeping records and payroll Assist Management team in monitoring/tracking “lates” and absences Coordinates Safety Committee and Product Quality Issues Ensures store is following Loss Prevention standards

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: THE REQUIREMENTS: Experience in a retail or office environment Demonstrated commitment to quality customer service Proven ability to manage competing priorities Ability to work flexible hours (some evenings & weekends) Proven ability to show attention to detail Effective communication skills - clear, concise and positive. Demonstrated personal effectiveness and interest in developing own skills and knowledge THE PERKS: At REI, we understand that benefits matter – we offer a competitive offering which includes: Comprehensive health and well-being programs A competitive bonus/ incentive program REI Retirement Plan Generous gear and merchandise discount Paid time off Professional growth and development opportunities AND A work environment where RESPECT, INTEGRITY, and BALANCE are just a few of our fundamental values!

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
 
MAILING ADDRESS: 500 Market St #100,, Santa Fe,, NM 87501
PHONE: (505) 982-3557
FAX:  
EMAIL: rei.jobs/jobs
WEB ADDRESS: www.rei.com
 


 

CHILDRENS SERVICES MANAGER [
Presbyterian Medical Services, Inc.

INDUSTRY: Medical and Head Start
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 6/6/14
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: [14104] This position develops, oversees, coordinates, and supervises an integrated Children's Services delivery system which serves the developmental and special needs of young children (0-5 years old) and their families. Responsible for quality assurance, quality improvement, education of staff and community, program development/implementation, budget development and oversight, contract oversight, personnel management and public relations.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requires Bachelor's degree in Business Management, Management, Organizational Development, Social Work, Counseling, Education, Special Education, Psychology, Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or Family Studies. Must have 3 years experience in a responsible management/supervisor position, preferably in education or human services. Bilingual English/Spanish helpful. Have or be able to obtain First Aid and BLS/CPR certifications within 30 days of hire. Must have valid driver's license and may be required to use personal transportation to carry out job duties. Position requires successful completion of Criminal Records Check.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  23.45

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  , yes

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Lorraine R. Jones-Recruitment Administrator
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2267, Santa Fe, NM87504
PHONE: 505-954-2301
FAX: 505-954-4414
EMAIL:  
WEB ADDRESS: jobs.pms-inc.org
 


 

Communications Manager
Bioneers

INDUSTRY: sustainability education non-profit
LOCATION: San Francisco- Bay Area, CA

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/04/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE: Varied40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: APPLY ONLINE www.bioneers.org/communications-manager-san-francisco-bay-area-ca/ This position will be located in the Bioneers San Francisco, CA offices. Communications and Public Relations Responsible for managing the creation, implementation and measuring the success of: A comprehensive communications and public relations program that will enhance Bioneers image (both the Annual Conference and the Organization) and position within the general public, facilitate internal and external communications; and, All Bioneers communications and public relations activities and materials including publications, media relations, and client acquisition. Ensures articulation of Bioneers desired image and position, assuring consistent communication of image and position throughout Bioneers, and assuring communication of image and position to all constituencies, both internal and external. Responsible for editorial oversight, design, production and distribution of all Bioneers publications. Coordinates media interest in Bioneers and ensures regular contact with target media and appropriate response to media requests (especially local, Net-native and national outlets). Act as Bioneers representative with the media. Coordinate the appearance of all Bioneers print and electronic materials such as letterhead, use of logo, brochures, etc. Develop, coordinate and oversee programs, including but not limited to social media, traditional media and local media outlets, technical assistance and resource materials to assist marketing and promoting the Bioneers Annual Conference (including but not limited to the Beaming Bioneers constituency, donors and conference attendees) in the marketing, communications and positioning of their activities. Planning and budgeting Responsible for the achievement of communications/public relations mission, goals and financial objectives. Ensure that evaluation systems are in place related to these goals and objectives and report progress to the Executive Director and Executive Team. Develop short- and long-term plans and budgets for the communications public relations program and its activities, monitor progress, assure adherence and evaluate performance. Recommend short- and long-term Bioneers goals and objectives to the Executive Director, Chief Operating and Outreach Officer, VP of Finance and Executive Team. Develop, implement and monitor systems and procedures necessary to the smooth operation of the communications, and public relations functions. Keep informed of developments in the fields of marketing, communications and public relations, not-for-profit management and governance, relevant to Bioneers and use this information to help the Bioneers operate with initiative and innovation. Managing Oversee and manage the successful, on-time, high-quality production of media projects produced by the communications team and ensure effective management within the marketing, communications and public relations function. Maintain a climate that attracts, retains and motivates top quality personnel, both paid and volunteer. Design, support and oversee cross-functional teams throughout Bioneers. Effectively enable, encourage and empower Bioneers volunteers and staff so they can take action on behalf of Bioneers by: Conveying Bioneers values, vision and direction through word-of-mouth and respective and relevant digital and traditional communities; Respecting and using the skills, expertise, experience and insights of people; Providing direction and resources, removing barriers and helping develop people’s skills; articulating expectations and clarifying roles and relationships;

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Required: Experience overseeing production communications products such as brochures, fund raising collateral and media products. Demonstrated skills, knowledge and experience in the design and execution of communications and public relations activities. Superior editing and writing skills. Ability to work with vendors, contractors, management and staff to manage all aspects of production of materials. Strong creative, strategic, analytical, and personal sales skills that honor the energy and vision of Bioneers. Deep experience developing and engaging social media editorial voice across platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and other nascent and developing social media platforms, communities and cultures. Experience developing and managing media budgets, and hiring, training, developing, supervising and appraising personnel. Demonstrated successful experience writing press releases, making presentations and negotiating with local, mid-size, national and international media. Experience overseeing the design and production of print materials and publications. Computer literacy and fluency across multiple social media platforms, word processing, database management, photo editing and image editing software, solutions and strategies and page layout software programs. Knowledge of HTML and fundamental understanding of website management a plus. Commitment to working with shared leadership and in cross-functional teams. Superior oral and written communications skills. Ability to manage multiple projects at a time. Out-of-town, overnight travel is required.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Minimum of 5 years experience in communications or public relations with demonstrated success, preferably in the not-for-profit or public sector. Bachelors degree in journalism, public relations. Graduate degree in a related field. Experience working with volunteers. Bioneers seeks a communications manager familiar with and inspired by the mission-driven culture and energy of a non-profit environment. The Bioneers Communications Director will be responsible for planning, development and implementation of all of Bioneers communications, and public relations activities, both external and internal. The candidate will oversee development and implementation of support materials and services for the Bioneers Annual Conference and the organization and its program areas in the area of communications and public relations and will bring a fundamental understanding of media (both traditional, social and new-media) in a non-profit context. This position manages the efforts of the communications and public relations team ensuring that production and development of media runs smoothly and on-time, and coordinates at the strategic and tactical levels with the other functions of the Bioneers.

WAGES:   

BENEFITS: HEALTH, DENTAL, 401K, VACATION,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
 
MAILING ADDRESS: 1607 Paseo de Peralta Suite 3, Santa Fe, NM87501
PHONE: 505.986-0366 x121
FAX:  
EMAIL: hr@bioneers.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.bioneers.org
 


 

Development Director
Animal Protection of New Mexico, Inc.

INDUSTRY: Non - profit
LOCATION: Albuquerque, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 06/30/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Animal Protection of New Mexico, Inc. (APNM), a 35-year-old nonprofit animal advocacy organization is seeking a full-time Development Director to be based in Santa Fe. This position reports directly to the Executive Director and is responsible for driving the creation and implementation of the organization’s development plan and managing all aspects of APNM’s development program. Scope of Position: • Create and implement short- and long-term development plan and budget including annual operating needs and endowment goals • Conduct donor prospect research and engagement-stewardship • Manage and provide stewardship for existing donors • Identify, research, write and submit grant proposals for charitable foundations • Oversee development of donor collateral materials • Identify, evaluate, plan and implement strategic fundraising and outreach events/initiatives (including Milagro Awards) • Identify, evaluate, plan and implement business enterprises and other earned income opportunities • Assist Executive Director in developing the Board of Directors' fund-raising capacity • Solicit contributions for membership, program support and unrestricted revenue, including management of donor acquisition program • Oversee and support Board-staff fundraising committees • Manage other development staff • Manage marketing, advertising, community outreach and brand discipline

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: **Compensation: A highly competitive salary, commensurate with experience, and a generous health benefits package are offered. Only qualified applicants should email a cover letter and résumé to Elisabeth Jennings at lisa@apnm.org by June 30, 2014.*** Knowledge Requirements: • College degree required, with at least five years relevant experience in nonprofit development, including major gifts, foundations, membership, strategic planning, outreach • Computer-literate and experienced in using a variety of computer software including e-mail, Excel, Word, Powerpoint, Filemaker Pro and a variety of donor Animal Protection of New Mexico | PO Box 11395 | Albuquerque, NM 87192 | 505.265.2322 | apnm.org and contact relationship management software products (CRMs) Skills Requirements: • Experience with effective human resource and project management, team leadership • Ability to assess problems, identify issues, articulate potential solutions and identify tools that facilitate positive outcomes and resolve conflicts • Excellent “people skills” with demonstrable experience in working with and communicating with diverse populations • Desire to work in and support a team environment and its goals • Self-motivated and self-confident • Excellent persuasive and professional writing skills • Excellent verbal communication skills • Can respond with flexibility to reasonable changes in work priorities and circumstances • Highly organized and can manage multiple tasks while meeting deadlines • Familiarity with New Mexico

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

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REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:  , Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Elisabeth Jennings
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 11395, Albuquerque, NM87192
PHONE: 505.265.2322
FAX:  
EMAIL: lisa@apnm.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.apnm.org
 


 

Development/Admin Assistant
Communities In Schools of NM2

INDUSTRY: Education
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/03/2014
JOB TYPE:  Part-time   
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Communities In Schools of New Mexico seeks a part-time Development Assistant. Working closely with the Executive Director and Associate Director. Responsibilities include: donor database management, donor acknowledgements, special events, assisting with public relations and marketing activities and other organizational communication.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: ***How to apply: Email Cover Letter, Resume and references to Julia Bergen at jbergen@cisnm.org. NO PHONE CALLS, Please.*** Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite required. Enthusiasm for mission-driven education/human services work. Demonstrated ability to set and achieve goals. Excellent communication skills. Ability to multi-task. Ability to work collaboratively and independently in a fast-paced and fun professional work environment. CISNM is an EOE.

PREFERRED SKILLS: The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 3 years of development administrative experience.

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Julia Bergen
MAILING ADDRESS:  , Santa Fe, NM 
PHONE:  
FAX:  
EMAIL: jbergen@cisnm.org
WEB ADDRESS:  
 


 

Director of Development
Santa Fe Childrens Museum

INDUSTRY: Museum
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/12/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: The Development Director provides leadership and management to advance the fundraising efforts of the Museum. SFCM seeks an individual with a strategic mind, a passion for results and the experience to successfully lead planning and execution of a strong fundraising plan for the Museum. By building on the Museum’s past and current success, with the commitment of an active fundraising board and a dedicated and skilled staff prioritize our development practices, leverage existing partnerships, and cultivate new relationships to achieve our contribution and strategic goals. General Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Relationship Development and Solicitation -60 percent • Cultivate relationships with key corporate, foundation, and government contacts. Maintain a list of key relationships – both existing and potential. • Understand and communicate SFCM’s programmatic impact in a compelling message to effectively engage potential donor • Explore funding opportunities with key corporate, foundation, and government contacts to determine the best funding opportunity that fits the needs of SFCM and the wishes of the donors. • Develop a list of new potential funders across corporate, foundation, and government sectors. • Solicit existing and new donors for increased and new gifts. • Work with Executive Director in key relationships. • Engage and direct volunteer and board support of government relations efforts. • Model and develop the capacity of board and staff members to participate in development through connecting with prospects and articulating the need and giving opportunities. • Plan and execute fundraising special events, both large and small, that enhance the visibility of the Museum and engage current and future donors. Grant Research, Writing and Management - 20 percent Garner financial support for SFCM by researching, writing, submitting, and stewarding grants from corporate, foundation, and government sources to support mission and programs. • Work with education and exhibit program staff in the development of grants -including preparation of narratives and budgets. • Establish and manage an active grant/funding calendar to ensure proposals and reports are completed on time. Stewardship and Documentation (20percent) • Coordinate all grant reporting required by funders, ensuring that project directors meet reporting deadlines. Work with staff and funders if and when grant activities need to be re-negotiated. • Work with Database Manager to track, record, and report cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategies for current and potential funders in database. • Provide monthly reports to the Executive Director to ensure maximum transparency and coordination. Perform Other Duties as Assigned

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: • Bachelor’s degree in humanities, sciences and/or education • Minimum 3-5 years as a team member in a professional development office. • Minimum 3 years grant writing and management. • Demonstrated success in grant proposal writing, preferably in a museum or education setting. • Exceptional oral and written communication skills. • Demonstrated success in special events and sponsorship opportunities. • Strong skills in organization, time management and managing multiple projects simultaneously. • Demonstrated record of setting and achieving goals and meeting deadlines. • Ability to interact successfully with and motivate high level officials, donors and volunteers.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Graduate degree preferred. ***Send cover letter and resume in PDF form.***

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REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
 
MAILING ADDRESS: 1050 Old Pecos Trail , Santa Fe, NM87505
PHONE:  
FAX:  
EMAIL: director@santafechildrensmuseum.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.santafechildrensmuseum.org
 


 

Director of Human Resources
Moraine Park Technical College

INDUSTRY: Education
LOCATION: Fond du Lac, WI

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/18/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Applications are being accepted for a full-time Director of Human Resources at Moraine Park Technical College, Fond du Lac campus. This position administers human resources functions to include recruitment and hiring, labor and employee relations, classification-compensation, organizational structure and staffing. This position also oversees Equal Opportunity for staff, serving as the District Equal Opportunity Officer and Title IX Coordinator for staff. This position supervises three employees and reports to the Vice President – Human Resources. Beginning: Immediately 1. Coordinate the problem solving and decision making processes relative to faculty and support professional human resource functions and employee relations to include tracking and communication of personnel changes. 2. Provide guidance and support to supervisors and staff regarding Human Resources functions, including recruitment and hiring, labor and employee relations, organizational structure and staffing. 3. Manage labor relations and personnel issues to include complaint processing and support for contract negotiations. 4. Work with the Employment Manager to coordinate the recruitment and hiring for contract faculty, support professional and management-confidential staff. 5. Serve as the District Equal Opportunity Officer and Title IX Coordinator for staff, investigate and resolve complaints. Work with the District Equal Opportunity Officer for students to assure compliance with all applicable Equal Opportunity state and federal laws and Wisconsin Technical College System and Moraine Park Technical College policies and procedures. Co-lead the Equal Opportunity Cross-Functional Team. 6. Establish partnerships with internal departments and external customers. Lead and participate on College teams. 7. Identify and apply all federal and state laws and District policies and procedures. Advise supervisors on personnel issues. 8. Work with the Compensation and Benefits Manager to coordinate the classification and compensation procedures for contract faculty and support professional staff. Monitor compensation for adjunct instructors and assist with the classification and compensation procedures for management staff. 9. Train and update staff in Human Resources-related topics to include the management Leadership Development Series, Equal Opportunity, employment law and new staff orientation. 10. Provide input for Human Resources Unit planning and budget activities and the creation and updating of HR procedures, guidelines and the Employee Handbook. Assist the Vice President – Human Resources with Human Resources functions and projects. ***Benefits Summary:*** WI Retirement, Group Life Insurance, Group Health Insurance, Group Dental Insurance, Group Vision Insurance, Long Term Disability, Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, Accumulative Sick Leave, Flexible Spending, 403(b)/457 Deferred Comp-Voluntary Retirement Savings Program Options, Wellness Program,Professional Development, Tuition Reimbursement, Employee Assistance Program

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: *** Job number-MCF00125 The application form itself must be fully completed. Indicating, see resume, in blanks does not constitute a completed application and may result in disqualification. All application materials must be submitted online. Moraine Park Technical College conducts criminal arrest and conviction records checks on all management, supervisory and confidential, faculty support professional, temporary and adjunct faculty applications who are recommended for employment. Applicants with disabilities who need accommodations should contact the Human Resources Department, 920-924-3232 or TTY 920-929-2109. Applications accepted through the close of the business day 4:30 p.m. of the closing date of the position posting. Moraine Park Technical College is an equal opportunity-access employer and educator. Contact information: jobs@morainepark.edu, 920-924-6402. Please view our website at www.morainepark.edu.*** 1. Bachelor’s Degree in human resources, business administration or related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities can be acquired. 2. Five years of generalist human resources experience to include recruitment and hiring, employment law, classification-compensation, benefits management and union and non-union employee relations. 3. Experience conducting investigations and serving as EO Officer and Title IX Coordinator. 4. Two years of coordination or supervisory experience. 5. Experience developing and conducting employee and supervisor training. 6. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to work with all levels of internal and external customers and to handle highly confidential and sensitive situations in an effective manner. 7. Strong organizational, planning, time management, analytical and problem solving skills. 8. Knowledge and experience with total quality and team-based participatory management. 9. Experience with HR management system -Banner preferred-. Knowledge of computer hardware and software applications, including MS Office, email-calendaring and internet.

PREFERRED SKILLS: 10. Certification as a PHR or SPHR preferred.

WAGES:  69,880 – 87,345

BENEFITS: HEALTH, DENTAL, 401K, VACATION,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Krista Rosenfeldt-Employment Assistant
MAILING ADDRESS: 235 North National Avenue, Fond du Lac, WI54936
PHONE: 920-924-6402
FAX: 920-924-6630
EMAIL: krosenfeldt@morainepark.edu
WEB ADDRESS: www.morainepark.edu
 


 

Director of Interpretation
PEEC

INDUSTRY: Pajarito Environment Education Center
LOCATION: Los Alamos, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 06/17/2014
JOB TYPE:  Part-time   
WORK SCHEDULE:  25 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***To apply, please send a resume, an interpretive writing sample, and an online job application located at www.pajaritoeec.org/welcome/employment.php *** Position Overview The Pajarito Environmental Education Center in Los Alamos, New Mexico seeks a part-time Director of Interpretation (25 hours per week, including some evening and Sunday hours). The Director of Interpretation creates and curates high-quality, mission-driven interpretive programming and exhibits for the PEEC/Los Alamos County Nature Center. S/he creates opportunities for Los Alamos residents and visitors to connect with nature and enjoy the outdoors. S/he is responsible for training volunteer docents, overseeing all aspects of public programming, and creating content for changing exhibits as well as for PEEC’s social media and online presence. It’s an exciting time to join the PEEC staff, as we will be moving into the brand-new, $4.3 million Los Alamos County Nature Center in April of 2015. We are currently in the process of designing $1 million worth of indoor and outdoor exhibits for this new building, and the Director of Interpretation will join in the ongoing decision making on this project. Essential Functions Develop a slate of programs on a quarterly basis that support PEEC’s mission. Programs should encourage active learning and critical thinking, as well as inspire exploration of our natural world. Conduct informal interpretation including roving and providing visitor information. Train volunteer docents to do the same. Change exhibits quarterly, developing content that is relevant, local, innovative, and interesting to a wide audience. Develop PEEC in-house programs in coordination with Education Programs Director and Executive Director. Develop content for marketing and communications efforts, in coordination with PEEC’s marketing and communications person. Apply innovative interpretive techniques which are playful, entertaining, experiential, relevant, and provocative. Collect, track and use program data and evaluations. Ensure all indoor and outdoor exhibits are in good working order.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Qualifications Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Knowledge of local community and community resources, or willingness to gain this knowledge. Training or background in professional interpretation and natural science. Organized and efficient; flexible, creative, enthusiastic and motivated. Experience supervising, training, and coaching interpreters. Ability to work successfully both independently and as a member of a team. Experience in with web page management, social media, and other exhibit-related technology.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  20 per hour

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  , Mail,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume,  , Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
 
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 547, Los Alamos, NM87544
PHONE: 505-662-0460
FAX:  
EMAIL: Director@PajaritoEEC.org.
WEB ADDRESS: www.pajaritoeec.org
 


 

Executive Assistant to the President/CEO
Museum of New Mexico Foundation

INDUSTRY: non-profit
LOCATION: Santa Fe , NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 06/30/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Provide administrative support for the President/CEO maintaining confidentiality at all times. Manage general office operation of Foundation. Possess an understanding of the mission of the Museum of New Mexico Foundation and work toward implementation of that mission.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: ***How to apply- PLEASE SEE our website for complete job description and how to apply for this position. www.museumfoundation.org***

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS: HEALTH, DENTAL, 401K, VACATION,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Marylee McInnes
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2065, Santa Fe, NM87504-2065
PHONE: 505-982-6366
FAX: 505-982-0606
EMAIL: marylee@museumfoundation.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.museumfoundation.org
 


 

Executive Assistant-SF and Albuquerque
NMCADV

INDUSTRY: Non-profit
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/28/2014
JOB TYPE:  Part-time   
WORK SCHEDULE: Flexable20-24 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***Part time- 20-24 hours with benefits. Flex-time*** Compensation- Benefits include vacation, sick, health insurance, life and disability (short and long) and employer sponsored retirement. Offices are in both Santa Fe and Albuquerque. Work may be in either or both locations as needed and preferred or may be remote (telecommuting). Possibility for future full time work. Position purpose- Assist non-profit executive director with a variety of administrative tasks. This is a high-level position created to organize, coordinate, manage and support the activities of executive and senior staff. *Organize and prepare documents for meetings. Meetings may include staff meetings, meetings of the Board of Directors, meetings of committees or others. *Prepare agendas, set up conference calls and otherwise make meeting arrangements. *Maintain accurate records of meetings such as board and committee meetings, including records of electronic votes or other procedural matters on behalf of the board. *Track board elections, board and officer terms and other matters related to the board of directors. *Ensure that board manuals are up to date and that new board members receive copies of manuals. Assist in development of board orientation. Coordinate board orientation process. *Meet with individuals and groups on behalf of Executive. Respond to routine requests for information and assistance from stakeholders and public. *Research, compile data, and prepare papers or other informational documents for a variety of purposes including grant or proposal development, professional presentations, reports to funders or legislators, etc. *Collect supporting documentation for grant proposals, assemble proposals and ensure proposal accuracy. Research and identify funding prospects. *Assist with development of special projects as requested including collecting information for initial project exploration, collecting data and supporting documents to determine feasibility and assisting with the development of project proposals. *Provide clerical and scheduling support for director and senior staff. *Assist in the development and distribution of material for presentation to funders and legislators. *Assist with the bi-annual conference. Maintain records of meetings and serve as the liaison with conference organizers. *Provide other support activities as necessary. ***Position will remain open until filled but for early consideration please send resume by July 28th to Pwiseman@nmcadv.org or send resume to NMCADV, 1000 Cordova Place #52, Santa Fe, NM 87505. Attention, Executive Director.***

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: *Ability to organize, plan and prioritize *Knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures *Ability to communicate effectively with peers, subordinates, supervisors and public *Demonstrated, superior, written communication skills including proofreading and editing *Ability to understand, analyze and summarize variety of documents and provide comprehensive reports to executive staff *Strong critical thinking skills *Ability to focus on detail *Ability to work effectively on multiple tasks *Experience in or knowledge of non-profit work in an administrative capacity, experience as an Executive Assistant preferred *Knowledge of grant-management desirable *Excellent user- level computer skills- knowledge of Microsoft Suite including Power Point, Excel and Word Education *Minimum Bachelor’s degree or equivalent (5 years experience as an Executive Assistant).

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  $23.00 per hour

BENEFITS: HEALTH, DENTAL, 401K, VACATION,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  , Mail,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume,  ,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Executive Director
MAILING ADDRESS: 1000 Cordova Place #52, Santa Fe, NM87505
PHONE:  
FAX:  
EMAIL: Pwiseman@nmcadv.org
WEB ADDRESS: nmcadv.org
 


 

Interns
Entercom Denver, LLC

INDUSTRY: Radio Broadcasting
LOCATION: Denver, CO

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/15/2014
JOB TYPE:    Temporary 
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Entercom is looking for dedicated and responsible interns to participate in various areas at our Denver office (Alice 105.9, KOSI 101.1, 99.5 The Mountain & 1430 KEZW). If interested, e-mail lreinert@entercom.com Internship has an expectation of 15 hours per week, with specific days and times agreed upon in advance. All interns must be enrolled in a College or University and receiving college credit. Students are expected to obtain and complete forms necessary to receive credit for the internship experience. Entercom will assist students with the completion of such forms and provide information concerning duties and responsibilities. INTERNS ARE NON-PAID POSITIONS.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to work with the public and have a flexible schedule, including nights and weekends. Interns must be outgoing, personable, and have strong customer service and follow through skills. Internship programs are available for college students receiving college credit. Internships are unpaid and interns MUST be earning college credit and must be age 18 or older.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Computer skills a PLUS!!!

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Human Resources
MAILING ADDRESS: 4700 S Syracuse St., Suite 1050, Denver, CO80237
PHONE: 303-967-2700
FAX: 303-967-2845
EMAIL: www.entercom.com/careers
WEB ADDRESS: www.entercom.com
 


 

Marketing Manager
Bioneers

INDUSTRY: sustainability education non-profit
LOCATION: San Francisco- Bay Area, CA

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/04/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE: Varied40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: APPLY AT- www.bioneers.org/marketing-manager-san-francisco-bay-area-ca/ Cover Letter and CV may be pasted into the email body or attached as a PDF or Word Document, ONLY. Please include an updated CV / resume WITH SALARY HISTORY. (Applications without salary history will not be considered) Please INCLUDE YOUR LAST NAME + JOB TITLE IN THE SUBJECT LINE and send to: careers (AT) bioneers (DOT) org We will contact applicants of interest. Marketing Management and Strategy 1. Responsible for managing the creation, implementation and measuring the success of: • A comprehensive marketing program that will enhance Bioneers image, increase attendance and sponsorship of the Annual Conference and awareness and sponsorship of the Organization) and position within the marketplace and the general public; and, 2. Coordinate media interest in Bioneers and ensure regular contact with target media and appropriate response to media requests (especially local and national outlets). 3. Act as Bioneers representative with the sponsors, potential partners, community groups and organizations that can help to market the Bioneers brand. 4. Develop, coordinate and oversee marketing programs, including but not limited to social media, traditional media and local media outlets, technical assistance and resource materials to assist marketing and promoting the Bioneers Annual Conference (including but not limited to the Resilient Communities Network, Beaming Bioneers constituency, donors and conference attendees) in the marketing of their activities. 5. Ensure that Bioneers regularly conducts relevant market research and coordinate and oversee this activity. Monitor trends. 6. Leads projects as assigned, such as cause-related marketing and special events. Planning and budgeting 1. Responsible for the achievement of marketing mission, goals and financial objectives. Ensure that evaluation systems are in place related to these goals and objectives and report progress to the Executive Director and Executive Team. 2. Develop short- and long-term plans and budgets for the marketing activities, monitor progress, assure adherence and evaluate performance. 3. Recommend short- and long-term Bioneers goals and objectives to the Executive Director, Chief Operating and Outreach Officer, VP of Finance and Executive Team. 4. Develop, implement and monitor systems and procedures necessary to the smooth operation of the marketing functions. 5. Keep informed of developments in the fields of marketing not-for-profit management and governance, relevant to Bioneers and use this information to help the Bioneers operate with initiative and innovation. Bioneers Marketing Strategy 1. Work with senior staff, other staff and volunteers to: • Develop and maintain a strategic perspective — based on marketplace and constituent needs and satisfaction — in Bioneers direction, program and services, and decision-making; and, • Ensure the overall health and vitality of the Bioneers by helping to increase its outreach and visibility, increasing attendance of its conference and the creative and smooth functioning of its donor and constituent engagement. 2. Develop and coordinate means to seek regular input from the Bioneers’s key constituencies regarding the quality of programs and services and Bioneers relevance through strategic and tactical use of traditional, local and social media outlets. 3. Employ creative and cutting-edge uses of social media and traditional grassroots marketing to realize a quantifiable increase in attendance and engagement. Managing 1. Oversee and manage the successful, on-time, high-quality production of marketing products. 2. Maintain a climate that attracts, retains and motivates top quality personnel, both paid and volunteer. 4. Design, support and oversee cross-functional teams throughout Bioneers. 5. Effectively enable, encourage and empower Bioneers volunteers and staff so they can take action on behalf of Bioneers by: a) Conveying Bioneers values, vision and direction through word-of-mouth and respective and relevant digital and traditional communities; b) Respecting and using the skills, expertise, experience and insights of people; c) Providing direction and resources, removing barriers and helping develop people’s skills; articulating expectations and clarifying roles and relationships;

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Required: • Demonstrated skills, knowledge and experience in the design and execution of marketing activities. • Strong creative, strategic, analytical, and personal sales skills that honor the energy and vision of Bioneers. Minimum of 5 years experience in marketing, communications or public relations with demonstrated success, preferably in the not-for-profit or public sector. • Experience developing, managing and implementing social media marketing campaigns in a non-profit culture and context. • Deep experience developing an engaging social media editorial voice across platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and other nascent and developing social media platforms, communities and cultures. • Demonstrated successful experience writing press releases, making presentations and negotiating with local, mid-size, national and international media. • Experience placing and marketing audio (including terrestrial radio and Internet radio) in the non-profit sphere (experience in public radio a plus). • Computer literacy and fluency across multiple social media platforms, word processing, database management, photo editing and image editing software, solutions and strategies and page layout software programs. Knowledge of HTML and fundamental understanding of website management a plus. • Commitment to working with shared leadership and in cross-functional teams. • Superior oral and written communications skills. • Ability to manage multiple projects at a time. • Out-of-town, overnight travel is required.

PREFERRED SKILLS: • Bachelors degree in journalism, marketing, public relations. Graduate degree in a related field. • Experience working with volunteers.

WAGES:   

BENEFITS: HEALTH, DENTAL, 401K, VACATION,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
 
MAILING ADDRESS: 1607 Paseo de Peralta Suite 3, Santa Fe, NM87501
PHONE: 505.986-0366 x121
FAX:  
EMAIL: hr@bioneers.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.bioneers.org
 


 

OFFICE SPECIALIST
REI

INDUSTRY: Outdoor Gear
LOCATION: Santa Fe,, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/25/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE OPENINGS At REI we value our customers; we work hard to earn our reputation for quality and integrity every day. Our commitment remains the same as when we started out in 1938: to inspire, educate and outfit for a lifetime of outdoor adventure. Our Retail Teams seek committed, service-oriented individuals who are passionate about educating and outfitting customers with the products we sell. Typical positions in our Retail Stores include sales and cashier specialists, retail management, merchandise stockers and ski/bike technicians. We offer flexible schedules and opportunities for professional growth and development. Join our Retail Team where you will find supportive leadership, a committed staff and an engaging work culture. THE JOB: The role of the OFFICE SPECIALIST assists the store Administrative Specialist and Management Team in daily clerical and administrative duties related to: Banking, Frontline support, Office support, Records, Store Communications. Specific responsibilities include: Conducts daily banking responsibilities Communicates effectively with AHQ Sales Audit via phone and e-mail. Provides feedback on balancing and procedures to Frontline (Cashier/CS) employees. Notifies management of any questionable discrepancies. Coordinates and conducts daily membership entry and updates Assists with employee records and time keeping Prints and routes/posts reports in a timely manner Organizes and cleans office Trains Operations Staff as needed

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: THE REQUIREMENTS: A detail orientation in performing accurate transactions and in following REI policies and procedures Ability to communicate effectively and cooperate with others Uses effective work methods and consistently meets commitments Employs sound judgment and decision making skills Effective communication skills-- clear, concise, and positive THE PERKS: At REI, we understand that benefits matter – we offer a competitive offering which includes: Comprehensive health and well-being programs A competitive bonus/ incentive program REI Retirement Plan Generous gear and merchandise discount Paid time off Professional growth and development opportunities AND A work environment where RESPECT, INTEGRITY, and BALANCE are just a few of our fundamental values! REI is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
 
MAILING ADDRESS: 500 Market St #100,, Santa Fe,, NM 87501
PHONE: (505) 982-3557
FAX:  
EMAIL: rei.jobs/jobs
WEB ADDRESS: www.rei.com
 


 

Operations Coordinator
Santa Fe Childrens Museum

INDUSTRY: Museum
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/24/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: The Santa Fe Farmers Market Institute is a 501 (c) non-profit in support of the Farmer's Market at the Railyard. The Institute manages the Leed-certified green building, home to the year round Farmers Market, and base of support for the vendors and farmers we serve, through programs, events, and community outreach. The major responsibility of the position is providing administrative support to other members of the Farmers Market Institute team and to act as a liaison with the Institute's Board of Directors.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: The Coordinator must be willing to work within a cooperative model of leadership with a focus on team-work and group decision-making. ***How to apply: Please send resume to: info@farmersmarketinstitute.org

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
 
MAILING ADDRESS: 1050 Old Pecos Trail , Santa Fe, NM87505
PHONE:  
FAX:  
EMAIL: director@santafechildrensmuseum.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.santafechildrensmuseum.org
 


 

Operations Coordinator
The Santa Fe Farmers Market Institute

INDUSTRY: Non-profit
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/11/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***Please send your CV and resume to: info@farmersmarketinstitute.org with the subject line: “Operations Coordinator Position”*** The Santa Fe Farmers Market Institute, a 501 © non-profit entity in support of the Farmers Market at the Railyard, is looking for an exceptional person to become our full –time Operations Coordinator. Your main responsibility will be administrative support to a core team and also to the Board of Directors. The Coordinator must be willing to work within a cooperative model of leadership with a focus on teamwork and group decision making. If you are enthusiastic and excited about what the Famers Market is doing for local famers and for the Community, come join us as we grow and spread the seeds of a healthy, sustainable market, serving Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: You will need a passion for non-profit work, an affinity for supporting the local community, along with excellent organizational, computer and customer service skills. Duties will include overall administrative activities, day-to-day facilities operations, and the ability to identify and develop processes and procedures to ensure the Institute operates at maximum efficiency. Requirements: -Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent job experience -Non Profit experience -Proven oral and written skills -Demonstrated problem solving and people skills -Proficiency in MS Office products, and efficient in internet and social media applications -Salary DOE.

PREFERRED SKILLS: -Bilingual Spanish a Plus

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
 
MAILING ADDRESS: 1607 Paseo de Peralta, Ste A, Santa Fe, NM87501
PHONE:  
FAX:  
EMAIL: info@farmersmarketinstitute.org
WEB ADDRESS: farmersmarketinstitute.org
 


 

Operations Manager/Trainee
Pacific Dental Services

INDUSTRY: dental staffing
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/02/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: *** Job ID: 14-1898 *** As an Operations Manager/Trainee at Pacific Dental Services, you’ll have the opportunity to build a promising career—and a bright future. At Pacific Dental Services, we’ll help you take your drive and dedication as far as you want to go. When you join us as an Operations Manager/Trainee, you’ll have the tools and resources you need to build a rewarding career. That support starts with a carefully designed training program including unique online components and valuable mentor-ship. And as you build your future with us, you’ll discover additional opportunities for continued education and training, helping you attain your professional goals. In this entrepreneurial role, you’ll use your team-building skills to help us establish a new, state-of-the-art office. If you’re looking for an opportunity to enjoy both professional excellence and a balanced lifestyle, join us at Pacific Dental Services. Responsibilities • achieve financial performance and revenue growth goals while supporting our culture and mission • act as an expert in the local market, employing best practices for patient acquisition and retention • provide direct individual and team leadership to achieve success in an entrepreneurial environment

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements Preferred background • Bachelor’s degree • 5 years of relevant work experience, or equivalent • coursework or on-the-job training in the fields of dentistry, business or training • strong retail management and leadership skills • experience leading a team, mentoring and coaching subordinates Founded in 1994, Pacific Dental Services pioneered the concept of modern dentistry—helping dentists access a powerful combination of the best operational practices, the latest technology, a highly skilled support staff and a commitment to ongoing training and education. A life of service is the highest calling, and we live it every day. Join us as an Operations Manager/Trainee at Pacific Dental Services and help us improve the quality of life for millions of people. *Join our Team* Job Location : Santa Fe-NM-US

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
 
MAILING ADDRESS: 2860 Michelle Drive Second Floor, Irvine, CA92614
PHONE:  
FAX:  
EMAIL: jobs.pacificdentalservices.com
WEB ADDRESS: pacificdentalservices.com
 


 

Project and Events Intern
Entercom Denver, LLC

INDUSTRY: Radio Broadcasting
LOCATION: Denver, CO

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/15/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Entercom Denver offers an opportunity for students to apply classroom theory to practical work experience. Our internship program allows students to experience firsthand the reality of working in the radio broadcasting industry. Interns can test their creative talent, exercise their analytical skills and increase their understanding of broadcasting operations and trends. This Projects and Events Internship involves working in a high-energy, fast paced environment assisting the Client Service Manager, Marketing Directors & Coordinators with events and custom marketing programs. Entercom Denver seeks candidates that are interested in the creation and execution of revenue-driven events. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: • Event planning and production • Sponsorship fulfillment • Prepare recap reports • Research marketing materials • Participation in brainstorming/production meetings • Attend department meetings as well as station sales meetings • Assist staff with on-site event execution (will involve evenings and weekends)

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Knowledge of Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel are required. Skills Required: • Ability to multi-task and prioritize projects • Strong written and verbal communication skills • Takes initiative • well organized, detail-oriented • Dependable All interns must be enrolled in a College or University and receiving college credit. Students are expected to obtain and complete any forms necessary to receive credit for the internship experience. Internships are non-paid positions.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator is a plus

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Human Resources
MAILING ADDRESS: 4700 S Syracuse St., Suite 1050, Denver, CO80237
PHONE: 303-967-2700
FAX: 303-967-2845
EMAIL: www.entercom.com/careers
WEB ADDRESS: www.entercom.com
 


 

PSII Coordinator
PSII-Place-Sourced Impact Investing

INDUSTRY: Local Impact Investigating Infrastucture
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/12/2014
JOB TYPE:  Part-time   
WORK SCHEDULE:  5-8 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Organization: Place Sourced Impact Investment (PSII) is a collaborative initiative led by five local organizations (Santa Fe Innovation Park, Story of Place Institute, Regenesis, and two private foundations). The aim of the initiative is to foster the emergence of a more cohesive local impact-investing infrastructure in the Santa Fe Region. Job Description: We are currently seeking a part-time, high-level administrative assistant to work with and assist the Project Co-Directors. The successful candidate will have strong attention to detail and follow-through; an adaptive and flexible approach; an interest in the impact investing and/or local economy field; and an interest in learning more about it. Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities: Meeting and Event Administration - including scheduling, maintaining calendar, securing provisions, issuing reminders, note taking and distribution Public Relations and Communication Administration – including assistance in website development and maintenance, preparation and maintenance of contact lists and social media correspondence Bookkeeping – including basic bookkeeping administration and preparing expense reports

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: *** Commitment & Compensation: Average of 5-8 hours-week Some flexibility for heavier and lighter weeks, as needed 12-month commitment 25-30/hour + GRT Could extend beyond the first year and grow in importance Possibility for additional hours/duties *** Job Skill Requirements: General administrative skills (e.g. notetaking, scheduling, etc) Website maintenance (Wordpress or other user-friendly platform), with web design/development skills a plus Simple graphic design skills (MS Word, Mail Chimp) a plus Knowledge of media relations and publicity Basic bookkeeping, with accounting experience a plus Calendar and schedule tracking and maintenance Task coordination, delivery, follow-ups

PREFERRED SKILLS: Desired Experience: Professional experience or education in the duties and skills areas described Experience in impact investing, social enterprise, or whole systems a plus Experience with cross-sector communications and collaboration desired

WAGES:  25-30 per hour

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
David Breecker
MAILING ADDRESS:  ,  ,   
PHONE:  
FAX:  
EMAIL: david@santafeinnovate.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.storyofplace.org
 


 

P-T Administrative Associate
Waddell & Reed Financial Advisors

INDUSTRY: Financial Services
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/15/2014
JOB TYPE:  Part-time   
WORK SCHEDULE: M-F20 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Customer Service, Management Support, Office Administration, Mail Processing

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Typing at 40+ wpm, PC Software Proficiency, Good Math Skills, Professional Demeanor

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  $13.45 - $14.70/hr

BENEFITS: HEALTH, DENTAL, 401K, VACATION,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  , Phone,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume,  , Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Allen Figg, District Branch Manager
MAILING ADDRESS: 125 Lincoln Ave. Ste.305, Santa Fe, NM87501
PHONE: 505-986-0125
FAX: 505-986-8238
EMAIL: afigg@wradvisors.com
WEB ADDRESS: www.waddell.com
 


 

Santa Fe Development Associate
NDI New Mexico

INDUSTRY: Non-Profit
LOCATION: Santa Fe, , NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 06/27/14
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:  40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: The Development Associate is an important member of the NDI-NM Development Team. This position assists the Development team with board communication, donor communication, the Santa Fe Gala, other special events, and general administration. The position is also responsible for managing the donor database Sage, gift acknowledgment, and prospect management. Primary Responsibilities Communication Responsible for communicating with board members, volunteers and donors in a courteous, enthusiastic and professional manner Responsible for weekly Development update to the Board of Directors and the Management Team Assists with donor recognition and special events Responsible for coordinating with the box office to ticket Board and VIPs for performances at The Dance Barns Responsible for submitting calendar items to media outlets on a timely basis and assisting with other communication materials as assigned Responsible for assisting the Development team in fulfilling the goals of the department Other duties as needed Donor Database Management, Donor Tracking, and Acknowledgment Responsible for managing the donor database and training new users Responsible for working with the Director of Development to establish consistent organization-wide procedures for administrative support functions in Development Responsible for generating and tracking donor acknowledgments and other recognition for Santa Fe Responsible for gift tracking and reconciliation for Santa Fe with NDI-NMs financial department Responsible for running lists as required by the Santa Fe Development Team i.e. lapsed donor lists, etc. tracking mass donor communications and running reports from the database Responsible for coordinating reconciliation and gift entry procedures with ABQ Development Staff Responsible for maintaining the prospect management system, including the coordination of Board-committee member prospect lists Santa Fe Gala Assists the SF Development Director and the Events and Development Manager with specific aspects of the Santa Fe Gala as required

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Working Conditions, Environment and Physical Requirements Performs his or her functions at The Dance Barns. On occasion, other environments could include schools, residency sites, event sites and donor homes On occasion, requires weekend and evening hours Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required The ideal candidate will have three years development experience Previous experience working with a donor database Believes in the mission of the organization Strives for excellence with a Can Do attitude Ability to work with people of all backgrounds and ages Highly organized, detail-oriented and results driven Builds and nurtures a team atmosphere Behaves ethically and with personal integrity Operates in a fiscally responsible manner Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills Ability to multi-task Willingness to assist with whatever needs to get done for the success of the organization

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Debi Baciocco
MAILING ADDRESS: 1140 Alto St, Santa Fe, , NM 
PHONE: 505-983-7646
FAX: 505-983-7666
EMAIL: recruitment@ndi-nm.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.ndi-nm.org
 


 

Site Coordinator
Communities in Schools of New Mexico

INDUSTRY: Education
LOCATION: Santa Fe, , New Mexico

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/17/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***How to apply: Submit cover letter, resume and 3 references to aslatopolsky@cisnm.org*** COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS of NM (CISNM) is seeking Full Time SITE COORDINATORS to help redress student dropout in Santa Fe Public Schools. The Site Coordinator works in partnership with the school principal and leadership team to identify school-wide and individual student needs and to link the school, families and students with community services. The CISNM Site Coordinator is responsible for the overall planning and management of CISNM operations at their assigned CISNM school site.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Bilingual Spanish/English required. Experience working with children and/or youth in an educational setting, strong interpersonal and organization skills are essential. Education requirements: Bachelor's degree and demonstrated relevant equivalent experience in social work or related field.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
 
MAILING ADDRESS: Post Office Box 367 , Santa Fe, , New Mexico 87504
PHONE: 505-954-1880
FAX:  
EMAIL: aslatopolsky@cisnm.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.cisnewmexico.org
 


 

Vice President- Executive Director
Audubon

INDUSTRY: environment
LOCATION: Santa Fe,, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/07/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Position Summary: Audubon seeks a dynamic Executive Director to build on Audubon New Mexico’s rich history and expand its contributions to conservation in New Mexico and the Central Flyway, leading the organization to its next level of programmatic and financial success. This is a high-profile, pivotal opportunity for a conservation professional to be an environmental entrepreneur in representing one of Audubon’s oldest state programs. The Executive Director will be the chief executive officer for Audubon New Mexico and will exercise broad leadership and management responsibility in developing statewide conservation policy, initiatives, and public programming. Additionally, the Executive Director will oversee the Randall Davey Audubon Center & Sanctuary, a community nature center in Santa Fe that welcomes thousands of schoolchildren and visitors annually, and will supervise the staff responsible for planning, operating, and managing the day-to-day operations, as well as the implementation of the long-term natural, cultural, and historic reserves, habitat, and public outreach goals at the center. With an annual budget just under one million and a staff of nine, Audubon New Mexico works with a network of four affiliated local Audubon Chapters, the New Mexico Audubon Council, and over 6,500 grassroots members, plus various conservation organizations, government agencies, and other public and private entities to protect birds and their habitats. The successful candidate will have the passion and leadership skills necessary to articulate, develop, and implement Audubon’s conservation goals and strategies in the state, while working closely with the Audubon New Mexico Board of Directors and staff, and the Vice President of the Central Flyway to continue to develop the state program in tandem with strategic regional and national priorities. The Executive Director will hold the title of Vice President within the national organization and will report directly to the Vice President of the Central Flyway. Essential Functions: The Vice President/Executive Director – Audubon New Mexico will perform the following and other duties as assigned: Strategy Development and Organizational Leadership Aligned with Audubon’s overall conservation goals and strategies, develop strategic goals and initiatives that result in the organization’s increased statewide capacity to achieve the conservation of priority birds and their habitats. Provide leadership, management, and mentoring to staff, including a team of dedicated program directors in the priority areas for New Mexico (freshwater conservation, bird conservation, and education) to reach the goals in Audubon New Mexico’s strategic plan, the Central Flyway and the National Strategic Plan. Focus resources on the most critical, high-leverage priority projects, including policy development and public engagement around New Mexico’s rivers as part of the Western Rivers Initiative (and the New Mexico Freshwater Conservation Initiative), grasslands and Important Bird Areas conservation, and other state initiatives. Manage the day-to-day operations of the state office, including setting financial and programmatic goals, analyzing results, and taking corrective actions, in close collaboration with New Mexico’s staff; ensure that all Audubon financial standards, operating policies, programmatic commitments, and legal requirements are met. Direct and provide oversight to the staff at the Randall Davey Audubon Center & Sanctuary who are responsible for the day-to-day management and operations, programs, and facility-related activities, to include maintenance, new construction, and resource management; ensure the financial and administrative sustainability as well as the implementation of short and long-term goals, and the achievement of conservation results at the center. Manage a small capital campaign underway at the Randall Davey Audubon Center & Sanctuary; oversee construction and ensure its successful completion. Fundraising and External Relations Represent Audubon New Mexico throughout the state and raise its profile and visibility to funders, partners, policymakers, and the public. Lead Audubon New Mexico’s fundraising to cultivate and solicit major donors and foundations for Audubon New Mexico and to significantly increase contributions. Work closely with the Audubon New Mexico Board of Directors to support the efforts of Audubon New Mexico in continuing the development of a strong statewide organization through fundraising, program development, and conservation advocacy. Inspire and provide guidance to the Chapters and Council in New Mexico to help them realize their potential for on-the-ground conservation and education. Work to strengthen the statewide presence of Audubon and support these organizations in their local efforts. Further engage New Mexico’s diverse population in Audubon programs through strategic outreach efforts. Work with government departments and non-governmental organizations to promote and prioritize bird science and habitat conservation.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: ***In order to apply for this job, you must create a profile with us.*** Qualifications and Experience: Bachelor’s degree in nonprofit management, business, conservation or related field required. 7-10 years progressive professional experience, to include 3-5 years at a senior management level with comparable staff and budget responsibilities. Strong leadership skills, with an entrepreneurial spirit and strong business and management skills; demonstrated ability to inspire and motivate staff, volunteers, donors, and potential partners a must. Demonstrated success in fundraising, in particular extensive experience with major donors, foundations, corporations, and government funders. Seasoned organizational leader with an array of experience in public policy development and advocacy, campaigns, lobbying, and/or involvement in the state legislature and in working with members of Congress. Outstanding interpersonal skills, judgment, and a demonstrated ability to collaborate and build coalitions with a wide range of individuals and organizations at the local, regional, and national levels. Demonstrated experience overseeing complex or multiple projects through to success, including meeting financial goals, project deadlines, and coordinating the work of key staff and partners. Excellent and persuasive communication skills, both written and verbal, including substantial public speaking experience, and the ability to effectively represent Audubon New Mexico to its members, state and federal elected officials, donors, and chapter leaders, as well as in traditional and social media. Knowledge and appreciation of, as well as connection to New Mexico and its environment, conservation and political history, and the role of science in developing conservation strategies. Willingness and ability to travel routinely throughout the state and nationally, as required. A strong commitment to the mission, values, and programs of Audubon New Mexico and the National Audubon Society.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Advanced degree strongly preferred. Candidates bilingual in English and Spanish strongly desired.

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:  , Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
 
MAILING ADDRESS: 1800 Canyon Rd, Santa Fe,, NM87504
PHONE: 505-983-4609
FAX: 505-983-2355
EMAIL:  
WEB ADDRESS: www.audubon.org/audubon-career-center
 


 

Youth Leadership Program Coordinator
Bioneers

INDUSTRY: sustainability education non-profit
LOCATION: San Francisco- Bay Area, CA

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/04/2014
JOB TYPE:  Part-time Temporary 
WORK SCHEDULE: see job duties  hours per week

JOB DUTIES: APPLY AT- www.bioneers.org/youth-leadership-program-coordinator/ Application Process: Cover Letter and CV may be pasted into the email body or attached as a PDF or Word Document, ONLY. Please include an updated CV / resume. Please INCLUDE YOUR LAST NAME + JOB TITLE IN THE SUBJECT LINE and send to: careers (AT) bioneers (DOT) org We will contact applicants of interest. This is a subcontractor position, responsible for paying your own taxes as self-employed person. The payment for the full contract is 6000.00 for June 15 to approximately Nov 30. Payment schedule to be agreed upon. Final payment is made upon receipt of final report Hours: part time hours ramp up to full time prior to the conference, exact schedule TBD. Candidate must be available for full time work from October 16 – 19, 2014 to attend and perform duties at the annual conference, and must be available for staff meetings on every Tuesday from 10:00 to 11:30 am PST. ***JOB DUTIES: Responsibilities The YPC is responsible for: Managing and awarding youth scholarships per program guidelines Conducting scholarship and participant outreach to youth/activist organizations, schools environmental organizations, etc. working in coordination with the Education for Action Program Coordinator Database and youth registration management Procuring food/meal donations to feed the youth at the conference Participation in and coordination with the conference production team Gathering and summarizing evaluation feedback, ideas and outcomes Writing a year-end program report Other Youth Program and conference activities as needed The YPC is responsible for coordinating youth program production at the conference including: Working with our youth program partner organizations to formalize and oversee our agreements Coordinating and leading an orientation for youth attendees at the conference Coordinating, hosting and facilitating activities and workshops in the Youth Tent Managing all logistics at the Youth Tent, including volunteers.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Administrative and technical The YPC should be organized and technologically proficient with comprehensive knowledge regarding office machines, MS Office Suite (especially Excel), Mac OS, Skype, browser functionality, email applications (especially Google Mail), Google Docs, and capable of learning various database systems. Interpersonal Communication The YPC should be articulate, respectful and professional in all written and verbal communications. The YPC serves as the liaison between Bioneers and all Youth Program attendees, partners and organizations, and therefore must be professional in their relationship building and nurturing with people leading up to, during and after the conference. Education and Experience The YPC should possess a high school diploma or equivalent. 1 to 2 years of administrative support experience is a plus. Nonprofit and event management experience is a plus. Employment Status The YPC is a part time 5.5 month subcontractor position from June 15, 2014 to approximately November 30, 2014

PREFERRED SKILLS: The ideal candidate supports the Bioneers mission and has a passion for environmental and social justice related education, and youth leadership development.

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
 
MAILING ADDRESS: 1607 Paseo de Peralta Suite 3, Santa Fe, NM87501
PHONE: 505.986-0366 x121
FAX:  
EMAIL: hr@bioneers.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.bioneers.org
 


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Design Intern
BELLA MEDIA LLC,

INDUSTRY: Publishing
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 5/28/14
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE: Flexible  hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Design support, Page layout, Adobe Creative Suite, Indesign, Photoshop HOURS PER WEEK: FLEXIBLE NOTE FROM SFCC CAREER SERVICES: U.S. Department of Labor laws require that an unpaid internship is not replacing a regular employment position and that the primary purpose of the position is for the student to learn. More information on unpaid internship requirements is available at http://www.dol.gov/whd/regs/compliance/whdfs71.pdf. SFCC Students must find an SFCC instructor to approve and supervise academic credit before starting the internship. Otherwise, they should consider this a volunteer position.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Adobe Creative Suite, Indesign, Photoshop Illustrator

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  unpaid

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume,  ,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Ginny Stewart­-Jaramillo
MAILING ADDRESS:  , Santa Fe, NM 
PHONE: 505 983 1444
FAX: 505-983-1555
EMAIL: gjaramillo@santafean.com
WEB ADDRESS:  
 


 

Director of Education and Public Programs
Georgia OKeeffe Museum

INDUSTRY: Art Museum
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/01/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***If you would like to submit your resume for consideration for a position, please choose one of the following options: By e-mail: jobs@okeeffemuseum.org By fax: 505.946.1085 By download: Please download the application form here and fax or mail it to the Museum. By mail: Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, Human Resources, 217 Johnson Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501 No phone calls please. EOE. -Position Summary- Reporting to the Director of the Museum, the Director of Education and Public Programs will provide leadership to develop, deliver, and evaluate all Museum education programs and services for children and adults, both in-house and in the broader community. Key areas of responsibility include: •Interpretative Programs: Work collaboratively across departments to develop, implement and assess the Museum’s interpretive program to enhance the visitor experience and promote self-directed learning •Community Partnerships: Work with community groups to provide educational experiences in partnership with other arts, cultural, educational and civic organizations at the Museum or off-site •Resource Development: Work collaboratively with Museum Advancement to research and develop grants for the Education department As a member of the Strategic Management Group, the Director of Education and Public Programs will participate in setting and implementing the strategic direction for the organization. He or she will provide leadership and guidance to direct reports and volunteers in concert with the Mission and Values of the Museum. ***Benefits/Compensation*** This is a full-time position and eligible for all Museum benefits.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Background and Qualifications •BA in art, art history, art education or a related field required, •6 years of experience working in a museum environment, developing and implementing education and public programs •5 years progressive leadership experience in the museum or a related field, with a minimum of 3 years supervising others •5 years of professional experience in art education with both adults and children, preferably in a museum setting Skills and Abilities •Excellent leadership, coaching, planning and organization skills •Effective oral and written communications, including ability to create and deliver public presentations •Creative and innovative problem solver •Team building skills with a collaborative management style •Ability to forge and maintain effective working relationships within organization as well as with representatives of public and private organizations •Working knowledge of principles, practices and techniques of current art museum education •Knowledge of art/art history/visual arts and working in the cultural sector

PREFERRED SKILLS: -MA preferred in art, art history, art education or a related field.

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  , see under job duties

APPLY BY:  Email, FAX,  , Mail,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:  ,  ,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
 
MAILING ADDRESS:  ,  ,   
PHONE:  
FAX: 505-946-1085
EMAIL: cullery@gokm.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.okeeffemuseum.org
 


 

Gallery Assistant
The Signature Gallery

INDUSTRY: Fine Art Retail
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/13/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-timePart-time   
WORK SCHEDULE: Flexable,4 days a week  hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***WAGES: TBD a 1 month approval required*** Helping the art consultants, packing and shipping, writing, cleaning, hanging art, helping with customers, organization, taking dictations, writing for advertisements, helping with art shows, taking phone calls, printing bios, data entry, and general assistance to Gallery Director, with the possibility of being trained for sales. Open hours for the gallery are 10:00 to 5:00 Mon, Tues, Wed, Thur. 10:00 to 8:00 Fri. Sat. or earlier depending on traffic. Sun. is currently 10:00 to 4:00

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Proficient with typing printing and basic computer skills, capable of physical labor, good at working with a team and interactions with customers. Being able to work Sunday is a high priority.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Preferred experience in writing and sales environment.

WAGES:  TBD

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  , Phone,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Phillip Payne – Gallery Director
MAILING ADDRESS: 102 E. Water St, Santa Fe, NM87501
PHONE: 505-983-1050
FAX:  
EMAIL: phillip@thesiganturegallery.com
WEB ADDRESS: www.thesignaturegallery.com
 


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Development and Fabrication Technician 1
Los Alamos National Laboratory

INDUSTRY: Research
LOCATION: Los Alamos, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/05/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:  40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Duties for Development and Fabrication Technician 1 • Safety and security are a primary responsibility for all Laboratory employees. Maintains required safety and security training, assures safety and security compliance, and makes safety and security an integral part of every task, including taking the necessary steps to stop work if continuing the job is unsafe or compromises security. • Uses and applies technical standards, principles, theories, concepts, and techniques within discipline and of other related fields to perform work. • Provides solutions to a variety of technical problems of limited to simple scope and complexity. • Follows established procedures for routine work. • Uses and applies entry-level design standards, principles, theories, concepts and techniques in the completion of assigned work. • Uses standard CAD systems to display drawings of simple systems and subsystem components based on information received from others. • Interprets information on drawings such as bills-of-materials, specifications and related data to procure components and locate components in support of assembly and testing. • Performs routine test measurements based on detailed instructions and document results on standard form for review by others. • Performs entry-level set up, alignments, maintenance, operations, and/or calibration of conventional tools and/or equipment on most materials. • Assists in testing experiments and diagnostic equipment. • Uses a variety of tools and precision measuring instruments. • Supports prototype development; provides input for custom parts, assemblies, and testing. • Performs operational test and fault isolation on systems and equipment. • Maintains documentation; documents results and generates reports. • Performs appropriate modifications when instructed to do so. • Monitors and verifies quality control and inspection in accordance with statistical process or other control procedures. • Assists in determining methods or actions to remedy malfunctions. • Assembles, disassembles, and tests entry-level, experimental or prototype assemblies and subassemblies according to specifications and under simulated conditions. • Manages waste; identifies labels and disposes of waste per required procedures; handles and stores hazardous materials in accordance with LANL and regulatory requirements. • Understands and adheres to all Laboratory and industry regulatory guidance and governance. • Ensures all work, materials, processes and final product meet quality specifications and are completed according to established requirements. • Fosters a mutually respectful work environment that is free from discrimination and harassment.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Job requirements for Development and Fabrication 1: • Demonstrates ability to perform entry-level set up, alignments, maintenance, operation and/or calibration of conventional machine tools and/or equipment on most materials. (mech) • Demonstrates entry-level proficiency to use a variety of hand tools (mech) and precision measuring instruments (elec). • Knowledge about how to retrieve and read technical drawings. • Demonstrates entry-level proficiency in determining methods or actions to remedy malfunctions. (mech/elec) • Demonstrates entry-level knowledge and understanding assemble, disassemble, modify, rework, reassemble, and test entry-level electrical/mechanical experimental or prototype assemblies and subassemblies according to specifications. (mech and elec) • Demonstrates entry-level knowledge and understands how to assist in the generation/acquisition of test data in accordance with established procedures. (mech/elec) • Demonstrates ability to work well with others in a mentor/protégé environment. Displays willingness and eagerness to learn and displays a positive attitude while in training. Job Requirements for Development and Fabrication 2: In addition to the requirements listed above: • Demonstrates basic proficiency to use a variety of hand tools (mech) and precision measuring instruments (elec). • Demonstrates basic proficiency using standard CAD systems to display and generate drawings of simple system and subsystem components based on information received from others. • Demonstrates basic knowledge of electronic lab test equipment (oscilloscopes, digital multimeters …). (elec) Note to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must submit a cover letter that addressed the key requirements of the position along with their resume.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Education: Position typically requires a high school diploma and a minimum one-to-two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

WAGES:  37,200 - 57,300

BENEFITS: HEALTH, DENTAL, 401K, VACATION,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Barbara Lynn
MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 1663 MSP124, Los Alamos, NM87545
PHONE: 505-667-2672
FAX:  
EMAIL: insttechprog@lanl.gov
WEB ADDRESS: www.lanl.gov
 


 

Diesel Mechanic – Verona, WI
Cleary Building Corp.

INDUSTRY: Construction
LOCATION: Verona, WI

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/01/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***To apply, complete an online application at www.workforclearybuildingcorp.com, send a resume to employment@clearybuilding.com, or apply locally at our Branch Office: Cleary Building Corp. PO Box 930220 190 Paoli Street Verona, WI 53593 608-845-9700 We also encourage you to explore our website to learn more about our proud Cleary tradition at www.clearybuilding.com. -Diesel Mechanic – Verona, WI- Cleary Building Corp. is a family owned, debt-free, national building company located in Verona, WI. With over 80 Branch Offices in 23 States, Cleary is celebrating its 36th year in business, having sold and constructed over 94,000 buildings across the country. We operate with a high sense of urgency in a successful, disciplined and exciting environment. We are currently hiring for hard working and dedicated Diesel Mechanics to become part of our team. Responsibilities will include vehicle and equipment repair and maintenance, keeping a safe and productive work area for yourself and other employees, and potential work on semi units, forklifts, and skid steers. State of the art safety practices and equipment will be used at all times to promote our Zero Accident culture. This position offers competitive wages, career growth, and benefits including paid vacation and holidays, 401k Plans, and health and dental insurance. Cleary Building Corp. is an Equal Opportunity Employer with a smoke-free/drug-free work place. Pre-employment substance abuse testing and background checks are required.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Candidates must have 5 or more years experience on auto, light and heavy diesel, gas, and 1-ton vehicles. Candidates should also have considerable knowledge of the methods, materials, tools and techniques used in vehicle and equipment repair and maintenance, in addition to skill in operating equipment for diagnostics purposes. Candidates must have their own tools and be able to pass D.O.T physical and functional exam. -A valid driver’s license with a clean driving record is required. -Must be 18 years of age or older.

PREFERRED SKILLS: ASE and CDL certifications are encouraged.

WAGES:  16.00 – 20.00 per Hour DOE

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  , In person,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Carrie Hickman,
MAILING ADDRESS:  , Moriarty,, NM 
PHONE: 608-845-9700
FAX:  
EMAIL: employment@clearybuilding.com
WEB ADDRESS: www.workforclearybuildingcorp.com
 


 

HVAC Sheet Metal Mechanic-Installer- 8543
New Mexico Workforce Connections

INDUSTRY: State Employment Services
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 06/13/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:  30-40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***Job Order Number 293326*** Individual will fabricate, assemble, install and repair sheet metal products and equipment, such as ducts, control boxes, drainpipes, and furnace casings. Work may involve any of the following, -Setting up and operating fabricating machines to cut, bend, and straighten sheet metal, shaping metal over anvils, blocks or forms using a hammer. -Operating soldering and welding equipment to join sheets metal parts -Inspecting, assembling, and smoothing seams and joints of burred surfaces.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to climb ladders, work of roof tops and be able to lift 50 LBS Must have a clean driving record and adhere to a drug free workforce policy.

PREFERRED SKILLS: JSM License.

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume,  ,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Maria Herrera Employment Specialist
MAILING ADDRESS: 301 W. De Vargas, Santa Fe, NM87501
PHONE: 505-827-7434
FAX: 505-827-7346
EMAIL: maria.herrera@state.nm.us
WEB ADDRESS: www.dws.state.nm.us
 


 

HVAC Tech 8543
New Mexico Workforce Connections

INDUSTRY: State Employment Services
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 06/13/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:  30-40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***Job Order Number 293327*** Employee will perform skilled mechanical maintenance duties in the inspection, report, installation and alteration of the heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems and related equipment and facilities -Perform preventive maintenance and routine servicing of equipment.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to climb ladders, work of roof tops and be able to lift 50 LBS. Must have a clean driving record and adhere to a drug free workforce policy.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Certified HVAC Tech preferred.

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume,  ,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Maria Herrera Employment Specialist
MAILING ADDRESS: 301 W. De Vargas, Santa Fe, NM87501
PHONE: 505-827-7434
FAX: 505-827-7346
EMAIL: maria.herrera@state.nm.us
WEB ADDRESS: www.dws.state.nm.us
 


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Account Executive-KEZW
Entercom Denver, LLC

INDUSTRY: Radio Broadcasting
LOCATION: Denver, CO

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/15/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Entercom Denver and Studio 1430 AM , a heritage Denver radio station that’s been on air for 60 years, are currently accepting resumes from positive, motivated and energetic self-starters for a full-time sales position. Grow current business and Develop new business by creating customized marketing solutions for Denver area businesses. Successful candidates must possess exceptional communication, presentation and negotiation skills with the ability to multi-task in a fast -paced environment.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Skills needed include: Problem Solving Strategic Thinking Strong Presentation Skills Key Negotiation Skills Ability to Multi-task Personal attributes that are important: High Energy Level Self Starters Goal Driven Extremely Disciplined Attention to Detail Strong Follow-Through Previous sales or marketing experience in media, health industry, senior services, veteran services or a highly competitive industry is required. We offer a generous commission plan, the ability to grow professionally and a comprehensive benefits package.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Human Resources
MAILING ADDRESS: 4700 S Syracuse St., Suite 1050, Denver, CO80237
PHONE: 303-967-2700
FAX: 303-967-2845
EMAIL: www.entercom.com/careers
WEB ADDRESS: www.entercom.com
 


 

Insurance Agent Internship
Quezada Jacobs Family Agency-Allstate

INDUSTRY: Insurance
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/16/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-timePart-time   
WORK SCHEDULE: M_SAT20-40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: *** Apply Now... Immediate Hire***Office, computer, client services,marketing and sales. We wish to train people to become future insurance agents and be able to pass state property and casualty test.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: -Ability to type 60 WPM -Excellent social/people skills -Computers - Highly proficient

PREFERRED SKILLS: -Interest in community service/volunteer background.

WAGES:  $11-15/hr

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  , In person,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Ned Jocobs-Agency Principal
MAILING ADDRESS: 1547 So. St. Francis Drive, Suite A, Santa Fe, NM 
PHONE: 505-474-4033
FAX:  
EMAIL: quezadajacobsfamilyagency.com
WEB ADDRESS: quezadajacobsfamilyagency.com
 


 

OPO Market Coordinator III
REI

INDUSTRY: Outdoor Gear
LOCATION: Santa Fe,, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/26/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: At REI we offer an enviable work environment that Fortune Magazine has recognized on the "100 Best Places to Work" list since the award''s inception – 16 years in a row! Sure, we work hard, but it’s balanced with time off to play—a strategy that works for us as we continue to grow and thrive. Want to enjoy a workplace where you can be yourself, be heard and be respected while having a job that challenges you? This is the place. With 127 stores in 31 states, REI offers unique benefits to its more than 11,000 employees, including an excellent total compensation package, gear and apparel discounts, free equipment rentals, healthcare coverage for full- and part-time employees, generous retirement plan contributions, public transit subsidy, adoption assistance and paid sabbaticals after 15 years of service. Our Outdoor Programs and Outreach division seeks committed, service-oriented individuals who are passionate about providing inspirational experiences to our customers through outdoor educational and recreational programs. Join our Outdoor Programs and Outreach team where you will find supportive leadership, a committed staff and an engaging work culture.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: THE QUALIFICATIONS: The requirements 3+ years experience in coordinating outdoor and community engagement programs (outdoor education, volunteer events, outdoor recreational events and activities) 3+ years experience in event production/execution 1+ years experience in business-focused social media program execution 1+ years experience in managing budgets Passion for preserving and recreating in the outdoors Strong identification with REI’s customer service philosophy; ability to effectively resolve difficult customer issues Mid-level PC skills: Word, Excel, Outlook, SharePoint, Publisher. THE PERKS: At REI, we understand that benefits matter – we offer a competitive offering which includes: Comprehensive health and well-being programs A competitive bonus/ incentive program REI Retirement Plan Generous gear discount Paid time off Professional growth and development opportunities AND A work environment where RESPECT, INTEGRITY, and BALANCE are just a few of our fundamental values! REI is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
 
MAILING ADDRESS: 500 Market St #100,, Santa Fe,, NM 87501
PHONE: (505) 982-3557
FAX:  
EMAIL: rei.jobs/jobs
WEB ADDRESS: www.rei.com
 


 

Project Manager-Copywriter
Homewise, Inc.

INDUSTRY: Non-profit
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 7/11/14
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE: 8-5 M-F, 40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: GREEN JOB. Homewise was awarded a Green NeighborWorks Organization Designation and has a Green Team to promote and facilitate using sustainable and green practices in our day-to-day business operations. Energy- and water-efficient design, materials, and appliances are incorporated into all homes we build. Homewise, a non-profit housing organization, seeks a Project Manager/Copywriter to: Manage and track multiple projects from conception through production in a fast-paced environment. Develop creative copy and concepts. Work within a team that includes a graphic designer and a web/online manager.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Able to think creatively, be solution- and detail-oriented, prioritize and manage substantial workload including project costs and deadlines. Strong computer (Mac), data base and software skills.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Related experience and college degree preferable.

WAGES:  Competitive

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Barb Lange, Executive Assistant
MAILING ADDRESS: 1301 Siler Rd., Building D, Santa Fe, NM87507
PHONE: 505.955.7029
FAX: 505.983.4655
EMAIL: blange@homewise.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.homewise.org
 


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Digital Marketing Consultant
Entercom Denver, LLC

INDUSTRY: Radio Broadcasting
LOCATION: Denver, CO

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/15/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: SmartReach Digital, a division of Entercom Communications, offers fully integrated digital marketing strategies to help local and regional businesses aggressively compete across the web to reach and convert more customers. Our digital products and solutions are tailored to meet our clients’ needs and, are guaranteed to ATTRACT, ACTIVATE, and ENGAGE customers! Responsibilities- •Establish, develop and manage a prospect list that reflects the segmentation strategies established by the company (segmentation strategy will be provided) •Spend at least 90% of time prospecting leads or presenting to clients •Consults local and regional businesses to understand their needs and aspirations so that tailored solutions can be designed, implemented, and executed •Execute a business plan and sales strategy, established with the Digital Sales Manager, that ensures attainment of digital revenue goals •Provide feedback to the internal Digital Agency regarding opportunities to improve the overall product offering and general positioning of the company’s product suite •On-going consultation with sold clients regarding the performance of their purchased campaigns •Maintain contact with advertisers to ensure high levels of client satisfaction •Adhere to all company policies, procedures and business ethics codes

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Qualifications: Candidates must be self-motivated, fearless, creative, problem solvers, tenacious, and money driven. We’re looking for individuals with the personality, drive and desire for sales. Previous digital sales experience is not required, but a plus. SmartReach Digital offers the latest tools, technology, and a knowledgeable management support team to be successful. Initially, this position will be exclusively focused on the generation of new sales. This individual will work with the Digital Sales Manager to establish plans and strategies to achieve objectives

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Human Resources
MAILING ADDRESS: 4700 S Syracuse St., Suite 1050, Denver, CO80237
PHONE: 303-967-2700
FAX: 303-967-2845
EMAIL: www.entercom.com/careers
WEB ADDRESS: www.entercom.com
 


 

I.T. Specialist
Entercom Denver, LLC

INDUSTRY: Radio Broadcasting
LOCATION: Denver, CO

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/15/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Desktop support person to provide technical, operational and training support to all users of company’s personal computers, either by telephone or on-site relative to desktop hardware and software. Responsibilities include- -Provide desktop support to users, resolving application and hardware issues -Provide software management including licensing and purchasing -Provide office infrastructure management including back-ups, file/print and traffic servers, internet access, and wireless and desktop networking -Establish and maintain user accounts, directories, and security -Train users on software and equipment usage -Respond to the needs and questions of users concerning the operation of various hardware and software programs -Research and evaluate new technologies -Develop and implement policies and procedures related to network hardware and software acquisition, use, support, security and backup -Design, specify, configure, install, and maintain hardware, software, and telecommunications services, such as personal computers, system software, software applications, printers, servers, routers, bridges, switches, modems, cabling, and internet service providers -Consult with department managers to develop new solutions consistent with the organizational objectives -Negotiate contracts with and coordinate activities of hardware, software, telecommunications, support and training vendors -Install and test software upgrades -Develop and implement disaster recovery procedures

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements- Required Skills- -Excellent organizational, analytical, and communications skills -A strong customer orientation -Skills in problem analysis, determination, documentation and resolving computer problems -Experience installing, testing, and troubleshooting various software applications -Knowledge of, and experience supporting Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access -Must be able to move items weighing up to 50 pounds and work in a safe and responsible manner

PREFERRED SKILLS: Preferred Skills- -Previous experience administrating user accounts in a Microsoft Active Directory environment -Experience with Microsoft SQL -Strong understanding of Local Area Networking and TCP/IP

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Human Resources
MAILING ADDRESS: 4700 S Syracuse St., Suite 1050, Denver, CO80237
PHONE: 303-967-2700
FAX: 303-967-2845
EMAIL: www.entercom.com/careers
WEB ADDRESS: www.entercom.com
 


 

I.T. Specialist
Entercom Denver, LLC

INDUSTRY: Radio Broadcasting
LOCATION: Denver, CO

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/15/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Desktop support person to provide technical, operational and training support to all users of company’s personal computers, either by telephone or on-site relative to desktop hardware and software. Responsibilities include- -Provide desktop support to users, resolving application and hardware issues -Provide software management including licensing and purchasing -Provide office infrastructure management including back-ups, file/print and traffic servers, internet access, and wireless and desktop networking -Establish and maintain user accounts, directories, and security -Train users on software and equipment usage -Respond to the needs and questions of users concerning the operation of various hardware and software programs -Research and evaluate new technologies -Develop and implement policies and procedures related to network hardware and software acquisition, use, support, security and backup -Design, specify, configure, install, and maintain hardware, software, and telecommunications services, such as personal computers, system software, software applications, printers, servers, routers, bridges, switches, modems, cabling, and internet service providers -Consult with department managers to develop new solutions consistent with the organizational objectives -Negotiate contracts with and coordinate activities of hardware, software, telecommunications, support and training vendors -Install and test software upgrades -Develop and implement disaster recovery procedures

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements- Required Skills- -Excellent organizational, analytical, and communications skills -A strong customer orientation -Skills in problem analysis, determination, documentation and resolving computer problems -Experience installing, testing, and troubleshooting various software applications -Knowledge of, and experience supporting Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access -Must be able to move items weighing up to 50 pounds and work in a safe and responsible manner

PREFERRED SKILLS: Preferred Skills- -Previous experience administrating user accounts in a Microsoft Active Directory environment -Experience with Microsoft SQL -Strong understanding of Local Area Networking and TCP/IP

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:  ,  ,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Human Resources
MAILING ADDRESS: 4700 S Syracuse St., Suite 1050, Denver, CO80237
PHONE: 303-967-2700
FAX: 303-967-2845
EMAIL: www.entercom.com/careers
WEB ADDRESS: www.entercom.com
 


 

Systems Administrator
Entercom Denver, LLC

INDUSTRY: Radio Broadcasting
LOCATION: Denver, CO

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 05/30/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE: DOE  hours per week

JOB DUTIES: The System Administrator will manage and support a corporate server environment and LAN/WAN infrastructure located in Denver. They will advise and lead efforts in providing a reliable, efficient, and secure infrastructure through the implementation of best practices in the design and installation of servers and networks. Responsible for servers, software, processes, and procedures related to network performance and monitoring. Maintain secure network environment, including: network access, remote access, VPN, e-mail, firewall, anti-virus, and data access controls. This is a hands on role. In addition, they will assist managing relationships with our West Coast Markets. Essential Functions: Maintain strong knowledge and expertise of switches and routers, including VLANs, routing and network protocols, and security best practices. Oversee planning, scheduling, implementation, and configuration of Windows servers, software, and peripheral devices, including system and application patches on an ongoing basis. Manage Windows Domain environment including Active Directory and Corporate Exchange email administration. Implement and maintain advanced network systems such as firewalls, IDS, and other related technologies. Monitor and audit all aspects of network and system security to comply with industry best practices. Maintain a current understanding and documentation of the network infrastructure, as well as plan, design and implement new technologies. Provide proactive leadership in the identification of potential issues, such as network and server performance issues, single points of failure, and capacity planning. Refine monitoring and network management tools, review log files, and fine tuning existing servers and resources for maximum performance and efficiency. Provide coaching techniques to remote employees to ensure work is completed to standards.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Work Experience: Five to fifteen years of relevant Network/Security Administration in a complex 24/7 network environment with multiple locations and vendors. Must have thorough knowledge and understanding of networking protocols and best practices in a windows environment. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft operating systems, and Microsoft application software required. Requires excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to communicate technical concepts in user terms and create visual presentations. Education: B.S. in Information Systems, Computer Science, or related field or equivalent preferred. Citrix and Microsoft certifications are a plus but not required. Other Skills and Abilities: Experience managing firewalls or similar systems. Solid understanding of IP networking; understands addressing, routing, switching, and application protocols. Experience with Microsoft System Center and Hyper-v a plus. Strong customer oriented skills, with the ability to troubleshoot problems and handle technical pressure during crisis. To apply: email your resume and cover letter to: itjobs@entercom.com

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  DOE

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Human Resources
MAILING ADDRESS: 4700 S Syracuse St., Suite 1050, Denver, CO80237
PHONE: 303-967-2700
FAX: 303-967-2845
EMAIL: www.entercom.com/careers
WEB ADDRESS: www.entercom.com
 


 

Video Design & Editing
InMotion Foot & Ankle Center

INDUSTRY: Healthcare
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/22/2014
JOB TYPE:  Part-time   
WORK SCHEDULE:  4-6 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: JOB DUTIES - Editing and design of short videos used for in office waiting rooms, patient education and marketing campaigns. Editing 2-3 videos per week. ***WAGES: Starting at $11 per hour (Dependent on Skill and Knowledge)***

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Computer Proficient Video Design Background Graphic Design TV Graphics

PREFERRED SKILLS: PREFERRED SKILLS- Seeking someone professional and creative. Must be able to think outside the box.

WAGES:  $11

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Benjamin Blake, Director of Marketing
MAILING ADDRESS: 2019 Galisteo St Suite K, Santa Fe, NM87505
PHONE: 505-982-0123
FAX:  
EMAIL: benjaminblake@faasantafe.com
WEB ADDRESS: www.MotionIsLife.com
 


 

Web Producer/Developer
Entercom Denver, LLC

INDUSTRY: Radio Broadcasting
LOCATION: Denver, CO

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/15/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***APPLY ONLINE AT- www.entercom.com/careers*** Entercom Communications in Denver, a leading radio cluster which includes KALC, KOSI, KQMT and KEZW-AM seeks a dynamic Web Producer/Developer to join our team. This position will work closely with the stations sales and programming departments to drive the stations on-line presence. The employee will be responsible for development and management of station web based projects, third party and client web projects. The employee will also be responsible for troubleshooting website issues and site maintenance on station websites.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: -Candidate must have basic understanding of radio and strong web development background. -Candidate must understand how to drive the stations social media presence. -Candidate should have a strong understanding and in-depth knowledge of digital campaign development and marketing. -Candidate must be able to multi-task while working in a fast paced environment. Requirements- -Minimum of 3 years’ experience working with a content management system -Strong knowledge of on-line analytics -Knowledge of mobile, e-mail newsletters, user-clubs, on-line contesting and apps -Ability to assist and oversee non-web experts in updating sites -Knowledge of Social Media Facebook, Twitter, Instagram -Understanding and knowledge of on-line video, streaming media and on-line multimedia applications -Project management with experience training and delegating to assistants within various departments -Strong knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Flash, Illustrator, Final Cut and Dreamweaver

PREFERRED SKILLS: -Candidates with broadcast media experience will be strongly considered. -Experience with HTML, Javascript, Drupel, Wordpress, and CSS a plus

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Human Resources
MAILING ADDRESS: 4700 S Syracuse St., Suite 1050, Denver, CO80237
PHONE: 303-967-2700
FAX: 303-967-2845
EMAIL: www.entercom.com/careers
WEB ADDRESS: www.entercom.com
 


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Construction-DRAFTING-ENGINEERING
 

Designer Drafter Technician 1
Los Alamos National Laboratory

INDUSTRY: Research
LOCATION: Los Alamos, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/05/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:  40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Duties for Designer/Drafter Technician 1 • Safety and security are primary responsibilities for all Laboratory employees. Maintains required safety and security training and assures compliance; makes safety and security an integral part of every task. Takes steps to stop work if unsafe conditions exist or security is compromised. • Adheres to engineering policies, programs, procedures and practices. • Works from verbal instructions, rough sketches, notes, layouts or prototype assemblies to develop simple CAD drawings and detailed single part drawings. • Uses standard CAD equipment in designated discipline to generate simple drawings based on information from others. • Assists higher level designers as directed. • Utilizes symbols and notes relevant to designated discipline. • Interprets information from internal customers to create simple models and assemblies. • Learns and utilizes group design/drafting standards. • Uses established CAD data filing practices to include naming conventions of CAD data files, folders and/or directories to conform to LANL configuration management protocol. • Works under close supervision; work is reviewed for overall adequacy and accuracy. • Promotes a mutually respectful work environment that is free from discrimination and harassment. • Displays good verbal and written communication skills. • Some job assignments may require the ability to obtain a DOE Q security clearance.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Job requirements for Designer/Drafter Technician 1: • Demonstrates entry-level proficiency with CAD tool & data management tool (Pro E/Creo & PDMLink) or other tools used by host organization. • Demonstrates entry-level understanding of drafting principals & dimensioning practices. • Demonstrates entry-level understanding of drawing and modeling standards. • Demonstrates ability to grasp engineering, design, and drafting concepts related to a specific engineering discipline. • Demonstrates ability to work well with others in a mentor/protégé environment. Displays willingness and eagerness to learn and displays a positive attitude while in training. • Demonstrate entry-level proficiency working with 2D schematics, generally electrical or piping schematics. • Demonstrate attention to detail and ability to accurately follow direction per applicable standard. • Demonstrate entry-level knowledge of ASME Y14.5 or LANL Drafting Manual, as appropriate to job duties. Note to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must submit a cover letter that addressed the key requirements of the position along with their resume.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Education: Position typically requires a high school diploma and a minimum one-to-two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

WAGES:  37,200 - 57,300

BENEFITS: HEALTH, DENTAL, 401K, VACATION,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Barbara Lynn
MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 1663 MSP124, Los Alamos, NM87545
PHONE: 505-667-2672
FAX:  
EMAIL: insttechprog@lanl.gov
WEB ADDRESS: www.lanl.gov
 


 

Designer Drafter Technician 2
Los Alamos National Laboratory

INDUSTRY: Research
LOCATION: Los Alamos, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/05/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:  40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: • Safety and security are primary responsibilities for all Laboratory employees. Maintains required safety and security training and assures compliance; makes safety and security an integral part of every task. Takes steps to stop work if unsafe conditions exist or security is compromised. • Adheres to engineering policies, programs, procedures and practices. • Works from verbal instructions, rough sketches, notes, layouts or prototype assemblies to develop simple CAD drawings and detailed single part drawings. • Uses standard CAD equipment in designated discipline to generate simple drawings based on information from others. • Assists higher level designers as directed. • Utilizes symbols and notes relevant to designated discipline. • Interprets information from internal customers to create simple models and assemblies. • Learns and utilizes group design/drafting standards. • Uses established CAD data filing practices to include naming conventions of CAD data files, folders and/or directories to conform to LANL configuration management protocol. • Works under close supervision; work is reviewed for overall adequacy and accuracy. • Promotes a mutually respectful work environment that is free from discrimination and harassment. • Displays good verbal and written communication skills. • Some job assignments may require the ability to obtain a DOE Q security clearance. • Uses and applies technical standards, principles, theories, concepts and techniques in the completion of assigned work. • May use high-level, three-dimensional parametric CAD systems in designated discipline to generate drawings and design models of moderate complexity based on information from others. • Applies quality standards and checks completed drawings for adherence to layouts, specifications, and design/drafting standards. • Applies working knowledge of engineering materials and their suitability for routine component fabrication. • Applies working knowledge of American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Y14.5 or Laboratory drafting manual, as appropriate to job duties.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: • Demonstrates entry-level proficiency with CAD tool & data management tool (Pro E/Creo & PDMLink) or other tools used by host organization. • Demonstrates entry-level understanding of drafting principals & dimensioning practices. • Demonstrates entry-level understanding of drawing and modeling standards. • Demonstrates ability to grasp engineering, design, and drafting concepts related to a specific engineering discipline. • Demonstrates ability to work well with others in a mentor/protégé environment. Displays willingness and eagerness to learn and displays a positive attitude while in training. • Demonstrate entry-level proficiency working with 2D schematics, generally electrical or piping schematics. • Demonstrate attention to detail and ability to accurately follow direction per applicable standard. • Demonstrate entry-level knowledge of ASME Y14.5 or LANL Drafting Manual, as appropriate to job duties. • Demonstrate ability to modify and/or add to data, and extend established assembly and part structure under the direction of a senior designer or engineer. • Demonstrate basic knowledge to create small assemblies using parametric models and proper mating conditions. (3D CAD Drawings) • Demonstrate basic ability to assign material properties to CAD models based on input from Senior Design/Drafter. • Demonstrate basic understanding of material properties and suitability for application to specific design requirements. • Demonstrate basic understanding to apply engineering design principles to design and fabrication of components and assemblies as instructed. Note to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must submit a cover letter that addressed the key requirements of the position along with their resume.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Education: Position typically requires a high school diploma and a minimum one-to-two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

WAGES:  41,000 - 63,200

BENEFITS: HEALTH, DENTAL, 401K, VACATION,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Barbara Lynn
MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 1663 MSP124, Los Alamos, NM87545
PHONE: 505-667-2672
FAX:  
EMAIL: insttechprog@lanl.gov
WEB ADDRESS: www.lanl.gov
 


 

Development and Fabrication Technician 1
Los Alamos National Laboratory

INDUSTRY: Research
LOCATION: Los Alamos, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/05/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:  40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Duties for Development and Fabrication Technician 1 • Safety and security are a primary responsibility for all Laboratory employees. Maintains required safety and security training, assures safety and security compliance, and makes safety and security an integral part of every task, including taking the necessary steps to stop work if continuing the job is unsafe or compromises security. • Uses and applies technical standards, principles, theories, concepts, and techniques within discipline and of other related fields to perform work. • Provides solutions to a variety of technical problems of limited to simple scope and complexity. • Follows established procedures for routine work. • Uses and applies entry-level design standards, principles, theories, concepts and techniques in the completion of assigned work. • Uses standard CAD systems to display drawings of simple systems and subsystem components based on information received from others. • Interprets information on drawings such as bills-of-materials, specifications and related data to procure components and locate components in support of assembly and testing. • Performs routine test measurements based on detailed instructions and document results on standard form for review by others. • Performs entry-level set up, alignments, maintenance, operations, and/or calibration of conventional tools and/or equipment on most materials. • Assists in testing experiments and diagnostic equipment. • Uses a variety of tools and precision measuring instruments. • Supports prototype development; provides input for custom parts, assemblies, and testing. • Performs operational test and fault isolation on systems and equipment. • Maintains documentation; documents results and generates reports. • Performs appropriate modifications when instructed to do so. • Monitors and verifies quality control and inspection in accordance with statistical process or other control procedures. • Assists in determining methods or actions to remedy malfunctions. • Assembles, disassembles, and tests entry-level, experimental or prototype assemblies and subassemblies according to specifications and under simulated conditions. • Manages waste; identifies labels and disposes of waste per required procedures; handles and stores hazardous materials in accordance with LANL and regulatory requirements. • Understands and adheres to all Laboratory and industry regulatory guidance and governance. • Ensures all work, materials, processes and final product meet quality specifications and are completed according to established requirements. • Fosters a mutually respectful work environment that is free from discrimination and harassment.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Job requirements for Development and Fabrication 1: • Demonstrates ability to perform entry-level set up, alignments, maintenance, operation and/or calibration of conventional machine tools and/or equipment on most materials. (mech) • Demonstrates entry-level proficiency to use a variety of hand tools (mech) and precision measuring instruments (elec). • Knowledge about how to retrieve and read technical drawings. • Demonstrates entry-level proficiency in determining methods or actions to remedy malfunctions. (mech/elec) • Demonstrates entry-level knowledge and understanding assemble, disassemble, modify, rework, reassemble, and test entry-level electrical/mechanical experimental or prototype assemblies and subassemblies according to specifications. (mech and elec) • Demonstrates entry-level knowledge and understands how to assist in the generation/acquisition of test data in accordance with established procedures. (mech/elec) • Demonstrates ability to work well with others in a mentor/protégé environment. Displays willingness and eagerness to learn and displays a positive attitude while in training. Job Requirements for Development and Fabrication 2: In addition to the requirements listed above: • Demonstrates basic proficiency to use a variety of hand tools (mech) and precision measuring instruments (elec). • Demonstrates basic proficiency using standard CAD systems to display and generate drawings of simple system and subsystem components based on information received from others. • Demonstrates basic knowledge of electronic lab test equipment (oscilloscopes, digital multimeters …). (elec) Note to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must submit a cover letter that addressed the key requirements of the position along with their resume.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Education: Position typically requires a high school diploma and a minimum one-to-two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

WAGES:  37,200 - 57,300

BENEFITS: HEALTH, DENTAL, 401K, VACATION,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Barbara Lynn
MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 1663 MSP124, Los Alamos, NM87545
PHONE: 505-667-2672
FAX:  
EMAIL: insttechprog@lanl.gov
WEB ADDRESS: www.lanl.gov
 


 

Development and Fabrication Technician 2
Los Alamos National Laboratory

INDUSTRY: Research
LOCATION: Los Alamos, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/05/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:  40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: • Safety and security are a primary responsibility for all Laboratory employees. Maintains required safety and security training, assures safety and security compliance, and makes safety and security an integral part of every task, including taking the necessary steps to stop work if continuing the job is unsafe or compromises security. • Uses and applies technical standards, principles, theories, concepts, and techniques within discipline and of other related fields to perform work. • Provides solutions to a variety of technical problems of limited to simple scope and complexity. • Follows established procedures for routine work. • Uses and applies entry-level design standards, principles, theories, concepts and techniques in the completion of assigned work. • Uses standard CAD systems to display drawings of simple systems and subsystem components based on information received from others. • Interprets information on drawings such as bills-of-materials, specifications and related data to procure components and locate components in support of assembly and testing. • Performs routine test measurements based on detailed instructions and document results on standard form for review by others. • Performs entry-level set up, alignments, maintenance, operations, and/or calibration of conventional tools and/or equipment on most materials. • Assists in testing experiments and diagnostic equipment. • Uses a variety of tools and precision measuring instruments. • Supports prototype development; provides input for custom parts, assemblies, and testing. • Performs operational test and fault isolation on systems and equipment. • Maintains documentation; documents results and generates reports. • Performs appropriate modifications when instructed to do so. • Monitors and verifies quality control and inspection in accordance with statistical process or other control procedures. • Assists in determining methods or actions to remedy malfunctions. • Assembles, disassembles, and tests entry-level, experimental or prototype assemblies and subassemblies according to specifications and under simulated conditions. • Manages waste; identifies labels and disposes of waste per required procedures; handles and stores hazardous materials in accordance with LANL and regulatory requirements. • Understands and adheres to all Laboratory and industry regulatory guidance and governance. • Ensures all work, materials, processes and final product meet quality specifications and are completed according to established requirements. • Fosters a mutually respectful work environment that is free from discrimination and harassment. • Modifies existing drawings per detailed instructions from an engineer or higher-level design and test technician. • Recommends and/or performs appropriate modifications.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: • Demonstrates ability to perform entry-level set up, alignments, maintenance, operation and/or calibration of conventional machine tools and/or equipment on most materials. (mech) • Demonstrates entry-level proficiency to use a variety of hand tools (mech) and precision measuring instruments (elec). • Knowledge about how to retrieve and read technical drawings. • Demonstrates entry-level proficiency in determining methods or actions to remedy malfunctions. (mech/elec) • Demonstrates entry-level knowledge and understanding assemble, disassemble, modify, rework, reassemble, and test entry-level electrical/mechanical experimental or prototype assemblies and subassemblies according to specifications. (mech and elec) • Demonstrates entry-level knowledge and understands how to assist in the generation/acquisition of test data in accordance with established procedures. (mech/elec) • Demonstrates ability to work well with others in a mentor/protégé environment. Displays willingness and eagerness to learn and displays a positive attitude while in training. • Demonstrates basic proficiency to use a variety of hand tools (mech) and precision measuring instruments (elec). • Demonstrates basic proficiency using standard CAD systems to display and generate drawings of simple system and subsystem components based on information received from others. • Demonstrates basic knowledge of electronic lab test equipment (oscilloscopes, digital multimeters …). (elec) Note to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must submit a cover letter that addressed the key requirements of the position along with their resume.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Education: Position typically requires a high school diploma and a minimum one-to-two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

WAGES:  41,000 - 63,200

BENEFITS: HEALTH, DENTAL, 401K, VACATION,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Barbara Lynn
MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 1663 MSP124, Los Alamos, NM87545
PHONE: 505-667-2672
FAX:  
EMAIL: insttechprog@lanl.gov
WEB ADDRESS: www.lanl.gov
 


 

Engineer (Facilities Maintenance)
Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado

INDUSTRY: Hospitality
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/13/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE: Varied40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: BASIC PURPOSE: Provide service and repairs to hotel equipment including electrical, plumbing, steam, gas, fire & safety, HVAC refrigeration, interior, paint and decorating, and respond to inquiries and problems in an efficient, courteous and professional manner to achieve maximum customer satisfaction while complying with all Four Seasons’ policies.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Education: High school education or equivalent experience Experience: Experience required by position is from three months to one full year of employment in the related position with Four Seasons or other organizations. Skills and Abilities: Requires a working technical knowledge of general building maintenance. Working knowledge is generally learned on-the- Job or through a series of professional certifications. Requires knowledge of the ability to operate computer equipment. Ability to read and speak and write English.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  TBD

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  , complimentary meals

APPLY BY:  Email,  , In person,  , Phone,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume,  ,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Hideki Nakazono
MAILING ADDRESS: 198 State Road 592, Santa Fe, NM 87506
PHONE: 505-­946­-5862
FAX: 505-­946­-5889
EMAIL: hideki.nakazono@fourseasons.com
WEB ADDRESS: www.fourseasons.com/santafe
 


 

Engineered Systems Technician 1
Los Alamos National Laboratory

INDUSTRY: Research
LOCATION: Los Alamos, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 06/30/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:  40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Duties for Engineered Systems Technician 1 • Safety and security are a primary responsibility for all Laboratory employees. Maintains required safety and security training, assures safety and security compliance, and makes safety and security an integral part of every task, including taking the necessary steps to stop work if continuing the job is unsafe or compromises security. • Develop solutions to routine technical problems of limited scope and complexity. • Follows directions that are very specific and detailed. Follows established procedures for routine work. • Performs simple installation, maintenance, and repairs on working-level equipment and systems. • Applies established work methods and procedures to perform limited diagnostic checks; and to disassemble, repair, reassemble, and test equipment and components. • Uses a variety of typical bench top equipment. • Following prescribed procedures, locates and diagnoses failures or malfunctions, replaces defective components, and performs working-level troubleshooting using standard equipment, detailed drawings, diagrams, sketches, specifications, prints, manuals, and verbal and/or written instructions. • Uses working-level test equipment and measuring devices to conduct testing in a development mode and determines methods or actions to correct malfunctions or design problems. • Contributes to modifications to engineering designs as necessary. • May assist in the design, construction, test and checkout of test equipment. • Collaborates with other facility representatives as required to support the safety/reliability of equipment/systems. • Responsible for monitoring equipment efficiency, including the determination of functional problems with test equipment and diagnostic tools. • Inspects, disassembles, repairs, replaces and installs various electrical and structural components. Coordinates equipment shutdown, upgrade, or installation requirements for these electrical and structural components. • Prepares required installation and/or repair documentation and maintains appropriate maintenance and repair logs. • Understands and adheres to all Laboratory and industry regulatory guidance and governance specific to installation, repair, and maintenance. • Ensures all work, materials, processes and final product meet quality specifications and are completed according to established requirements. • Fosters a mutually respectful work environment that is free from discrimination and harassment.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Job requirements for Engineered Systems Technician 1: • Demonstrate entry-level understanding of simple maintenance, and repairs on working-level equipment and systems. • Demonstrate entry-level understanding to dissemble and reassemble equipment and components. • Demonstrate entry-level understanding to disassemble, repair, replace and install various electrical and structural components. • Demonstrate entry-level understanding of the monitoring of equipment efficiencies, including the determination of functional problems with test equipment and diagnostic tools. • Demonstrate entry-level knowledge in test equipment and measuring devices to conduct testing in a development mode and determine methods or action to correct malfunction or design problems. • Demonstrate entry-level knowledge to use a variety of typical bench equipment. • Demonstrate entry-level knowledge of simple troubleshooting. Using standard electronic equipment, detailed drawings, diagrams, sketches. Review print specifications, prints, manuals and verbal and/or writing instructions. • Demonstrates ability to work well with others in a mentor/protégé environment. Displays willingness and eagerness to learn and displays a positive attitude while in training. Job Requirements for Engineered Systems Technician 2: In addition to the requirements listed above: • Demonstrate basic understanding of simple maintenance, and repairs on working-level equipment and systems. • Demonstrate basic understanding of the monitoring of equipment efficiencies, including the determination of functional problems with test equipment and diagnostic tools. • Demonstrate basic knowledge of simple troubleshooting. Using standard electronic equipment, detailed drawings, diagrams, sketches. Review print specifications, prints, manuals and verbal and/or writing instructions. • Demonstrate basic ability to enter working-level work documents required for installation and/or repair documentation. Education: Position typically requires a high school diploma and a minimum one-to-two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Note to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must submit a cover letter that addressed the key requirements of the position along with their resume.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  37,200 - 57,300

BENEFITS: HEALTH, DENTAL, 401K, VACATION,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Barbara Lynn
MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 1663 MSP124, Los Alamos, NM87545
PHONE: 505-667-2672
FAX:  
EMAIL: insttechprog@lanl.gov
WEB ADDRESS: www.lanl.gov
 


 

Engineered Systems Technician 2
Los Alamos National Laboratory

INDUSTRY: Research
LOCATION: Los Alamos, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 06/30/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:  40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: • Safety and security are a primary responsibility for all Laboratory employees. Maintains required safety and security training, assures safety and security compliance, and makes safety and security an integral part of every task, including taking the necessary steps to stop work if continuing the job is unsafe or compromises security. • Develop solutions to routine technical problems of limited scope and complexity. • Follows directions that are very specific and detailed. Follows established procedures for routine work. • Performs simple installation, maintenance, and repairs on working-level equipment and systems. • Applies established work methods and procedures to perform limited diagnostic checks; and to disassemble, repair, reassemble, and test equipment and components. • Uses a variety of typical bench top equipment. • Following prescribed procedures, locates and diagnoses failures or malfunctions, replaces defective components, and performs working-level troubleshooting using standard equipment, detailed drawings, diagrams, sketches, specifications, prints, manuals, and verbal and/or written instructions. • Uses working-level test equipment and measuring devices to conduct testing in a development mode and determines methods or actions to correct malfunctions or design problems. • Contributes to modifications to engineering designs as necessary. • May assist in the design, construction, test and checkout of test equipment. • Collaborates with other facility representatives as required to support the safety/reliability of equipment/systems. • Responsible for monitoring equipment efficiencies, including the determination of functional problems with test equipment and diagnostic tools. • Inspects, disassembles, repairs, replaces and installs various electrical and structural components. Coordinates equipment shutdown, upgrade, or installation requirements for these electrical and structural components. • Prepares required installation and/or repair documentation and maintains appropriate maintenance and repair logs. • Understands and adheres to all Laboratory and industry regulatory guidance and governance specific to installation, repair, and maintenance. • Ensures all work, materials, processes and final product meet quality specifications and are completed according to established requirements. • Fosters a mutually respectful work environment that is free from discrimination and harassment. • Provides solutions to a variety of technical problems of moderate scope and complexity. • Performs installation, maintenance, and repairs on equipment and systems.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: • Demonstrate entry-level understanding of simple maintenance, and repairs on working-level equipment and systems. • Demonstrate entry-level understanding to dissemble and reassemble equipment and components. • Demonstrate entry-level understanding to disassemble, repair, replace and install various electrical and structural components. • Demonstrate entry-level understanding of the monitoring of equipment efficiencies, including the determination of functional problems with test equipment and diagnostic tools. • Demonstrate entry-level knowledge in test equipment and measuring devices to conduct testing in a development mode and determine methods or action to correct malfunction or design problems. • Demonstrate entry-level knowledge to use a variety of typical bench equipment. • Demonstrate entry-level knowledge of simple troubleshooting. Using standard electronic equipment, detailed drawings, diagrams, sketches. Review print specifications, prints, manuals and verbal and/or writing instructions. • Demonstrates ability to work well with others in a mentor/protégé environment. Displays willingness and eagerness to learn and displays a positive attitude while in training. • Demonstrate basic understanding of simple maintenance, and repairs on working-level equipment and systems. • Demonstrate basic understanding of the monitoring of equipment efficiencies, including the determination of functional problems with test equipment and diagnostic tools. • Demonstrate basic knowledge of simple troubleshooting. Using standard electronic equipment, detailed drawings, diagrams, sketches. Review print specifications, prints, manuals and verbal and/or writing instructions. • Demonstrate basic ability to enter working-level work documents required for installation and/or repair documentation. Note to Applicants: For full consideration, applicants must submit a cover letter that addressed the key requirements of the position along with their resume.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Position typically requires a high school diploma and a minimum one-to-two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

WAGES:  41,000 - 63,200

BENEFITS: HEALTH, DENTAL, 401K, VACATION,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Barbara Lynn
MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 1663 MSP124, Los Alamos, NM87545
PHONE: 505-667-2672
FAX:  
EMAIL: insttechprog@lanl.gov
WEB ADDRESS: www.lanl.gov
 


 

YouthBuild Team Member
Santa Fe Community College-YouthBuild

INDUSTRY: green building
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 6/2/14
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE: M-F, 40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***GREEN JOB*** Recruiting now for Summer 2014. Prepare for a career in green building. Earn the opportunity to work toward a certificate in building skills, an OSHA 30-hour and forklift certificates WHILE you also work toward achieving your GED and.or prepare for college-level reading, writing, and math, and participate in building a house for a low income family.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Any youth, ages 16-24, who is interested in building skills, and/or needs a GED and/or basic reading, writing, and math skills, AND who can commit to a one (1) year,full-time program, 5 days a week.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  stipend

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  , stipend for food and transport, bonuses, fees paid

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  , Phone,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:  ,  , Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Jeff Hood, Program Director
MAILING ADDRESS: 6401 Richards Ave, Santa Fe, NM87505
PHONE: 505-428-1276
FAX:  
EMAIL:  
WEB ADDRESS: www.sfcc.edu
 


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Adjunct Faculty
Santa Fe Community College

INDUSTRY: college
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 5/28/14
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: The School of Arts, Design and Media Arts at Santa Fe Community College is looking for adjunct faculty to teach studio courses in the following areas: Figure Painting, Foundations, Piano, Drama and Fashion Design. Adjunct Faculty would be under the direct supervision of the Program Head for Performing Arts or Drawing and Painting. Must value collaboration, collegiality and be a responsive communicator. Deadline: open until filled. Application Requirements: Application material must include: Cover letter, SFCC's online application form, current resume, copies of transcripts, contact information (name, address, telephone number) for three professional references. If applying for position in studio arts, please send digital images showing expertise in one of more of the areas mentioned above. These images should include your own work as well as student work. Please send this package, along with a SASE to: Santa Fe Community College Human Resources Department 6401 Richards Avenue Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508 Attn: Jeffrey Toliver or Jeffrey.Toliver@sfcc.edu Fax: 505/4281523

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: MFA in studio arts, MA in Performing Arts preferred, however equivalent experience is acceptable. 1-2 years recent teaching experience at the college or university level is preferred. Equivalent education and experience may be substitued for each other on a year for year basis.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Ability to teach college level coursework in one of the areas mentioned above. Varies with the subject(s) in which the employee is assigned to teach.

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  , Copy of Transcript

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
SFCC Human Resources Dept
MAILING ADDRESS: 6401 Richards Ave, Santa Fe, NM87508
PHONE: 505-428-1228
FAX: 505-428-1523
EMAIL:  
WEB ADDRESS: https://jobs.sfcc.edu
 


 

Arts Integration Resident
Santa Fe Opera, The

INDUSTRY: performing arts
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 6/30/2014
JOB TYPE:  Part-time  Seasonal
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: There will be a free day-long workshop in arts integration residency planning, held on Saturday June 14, from 9:30 to 5:30 at the Santa Fe Public School’s BF Young Building. At this workshop, you will be introduced to a process to assist you in designing an arts integration residency plan. Completed residency plans may be submitted for consideration in the ALTO offerings for next school year. ALTO will “green-light” up to six (6) residencies for 2014-2015, pairing teaching artists of selected residency plans with dedicated teachers who are committed to using an arts integration approach in their classrooms. After beta-testing lessons from the residency with students in the Fall of 2014, selected teaching artists will roll out their full residencies in the Spring of 2015. Each newly-developed residency may have up to eight (8) classroom sessions, plus planning and evaluation meetings. Each classroom session will be a maximum of 60 minutes, plus reflection time with the classroom teacher at the end of each session. ALTO target grade levels are third through eighth grades (3-8), though we will consider strong proposals targeting grades K–2.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Experience teaching elementary or middle school students. To apply to be an ALTO teaching artist for the 2014-15 school year, follow these steps: 1) Choose one of the residency topics below or create your own: • Language Arts through Music • Language Arts through Visual Arts • Language Arts through Drama/Creative Writing • Math through Music • Social Studies through Drama • Social Studies through Music • Social Studies through Dance/Creative Movement • Math/Geometry through Dance/Creative Movement 2) RSVP by 5/21 to attend the June 14th residency planning workshop. With your RSVP, please include: • The residency topic you propose • A current C.V. listing your work in the arts and in education 3) Bring your proposed topic(s) and any resources or planning materials to our day-long planning workshop on June 14. To RSVP or with questions about the ALTO program, please contact ALTO Program Manager, Charles Gamble at cgamble@santafeopera.org

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Birgitte Ginge, Assist Box Ofc Manager
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2408, Santa Fe, NM87504-2408
PHONE: 505-986-5951
FAX:  
EMAIL: cgamble@santafeopera.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.santafeopera.org
 


 

Blueprint Fellow
Blueprint Schools Network

INDUSTRY: Education
LOCATION: Newton, Massachusetts

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 6/13/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:  40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Position Summary Blueprint Fellows play an integral role in heightening student achievement in schools across the country. On a daily basis, Fellows build individualized lessons based on predetermined curriculum and plan activities that help to fill in academic gaps students may have to strengthen academic performance inside the classroom. During the course of the year, Fellows are building strong relationships that help to increase each student’s self- confidence in and commitment to his/her education, helping to foster a positive future for each student. While teachers have classrooms of 25 or 30 students, Fellows manage no more than 4 students at a time. This allows for the individualization of remedial and supplemental instruction. Fellows receive on-going mentoring and professional development as well as receive written evaluation of feedback from their assigned Fellows Coordinator. Fellows are charged with focusing on the individual needs of their students, helping to bolster and accelerate student achievement while helping to close any skill gaps that may exist. Expectations Fellows have a variety of responsibilities that allow them to be an integral piece of their student’s educational experience. Fellow responsibilities typically fall into one of the following categories: Instruction, Planning, Communication & Feedback, and Compliance. Examples of duties that Fellows have that fall into these categories include: Instruction:  • Carry out all the responsibilities of an academic tutor and ensure that students are constantly learning and being challenged. Observe, monitor, and assess students’ performance on a regular basis and record data to track student performance. • Assist students in setting and reaching academic goals. • Modify instruction and related lesson plans based on student assessment results. • Present subject matter to students using a variety of research-based instructional strategies centered on students’ individual needs. • Work alongside school staff to broaden the academic and instructional resources available to students. Planning: • Plan daily and weekly lesson plans based on predetermined curriculum. • Prepare instructional activities that aid in mastering specific academic skills, including subject matter content and state-mandated and end-of-course assessments. • Collaborate with appropriate classroom teachers, department administration and Fellow Coordinator to ensure that each student is on track with their classroom materials and instruction. Communication & Feedback: • Reach out to a student’s family at least once every two weeks to update the family on the student’s academic progress in tutorial. • Develop a frequent and consistent line of communication between the student’s family and the school regarding a student’s academic status. • Actively participate in professional development activities necessary to successfully carry out job-related duties. • Meet with Fellows Coordinator in order to receive coaching and formal evaluation feedback. Compliance: • Maintain confidentiality of student information as required by law and district policies. • Enforce school/district behavior rules and policies. • Perform other job-related duties as assigned.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements Being a Fellow is an intense but rewarding experience. It’s important that each Blueprint Fellow understands the urgency and rigor needed to help each and every student succeed in school. The following is what we are looking for from each and every one of our Fellows. • Willingness to be a team-player with a strong sense of personal accountability and strong communication skills. • Entrepreneurial spirit and ability to be flexible and deal with a certain amount of unpredictability. • The ability and willingness to go above and beyond to help support student achievement. • Associates degree or higher required. • Experience working with adolescents or related field preferred. • Experience tutoring or mentoring youth is preferred.

PREFERRED SKILLS: • Experience working with adolescents or related field preferred. • Experience tutoring or mentoring youth is preferred.

WAGES:  $20,000-$21,000

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Anna-Blueprint Recruiting
MAILING ADDRESS:  , Denver, Colorado 
PHONE: (617) 243-9620
FAX:  
EMAIL: recruiting@blueprintschools.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.blueprintschools.org
 


 

Business Office Assistant
McCurdy Charter School

INDUSTRY: Education- Charter
LOCATION: Española, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/17/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***Go to their website under employment and follow the instructions***

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Complete this application in its entirety- “See Resume” is not sufficient. - Complete and sign all necessary pages and forms. - Attach unofficial copies of all college/university transcripts for each degree that you hold (Official upon hire). - Attach a copy of your active teaching license, or substitute license. - Attach any other information you feel will enhance your application. - Mail Application to: McCurdy Charter School Human Resources Department PO Box 2250 Española, NM 87532 or Fax to 505-692-6095 An Equal Opportunity Employer

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   , FAX,  , Mail,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Alison Watt-Human Resources Department
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2250-362 S. McCurdy Rd, Española, NM87532
PHONE: 505-692-6090
FAX: 505-692-6095
EMAIL: awatt@mcsk12nm.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.mcsk12nm.org
 


 

Community Resource Liaison- BF Young
Santa Fe Public Schools

INDUSTRY: Education
LOCATION: Santa Fe, New Mexico

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/02/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: General Function: Under the direction of the Director of Student Support Services develop, coordinate, direct, facilitate and evaluate collaborative school and community programs; coordinate services between families and local service providers; facilitate home and community understanding of school programs and community resources, refer families to local agencies or school services as appropriate; arrange for health and vision clinics, make presentations, complete grant applications, work with staff to improve attendance, develop a site wellness team and facilitate weekly meetings. Essential Job Functions:-- All functions are performed in accordance with established policies, procedures, safety and environmental regulations, facility and computer security policies and procedures. Functions are subject to change from time to time to meet the needs of the District. Current essential functions include but are not limited to the following: Develop relationships with various agencies in the community serving the needs of students and families, school and community resources for youth and families. Assure compliance with program requirements and District policies. Plan, develop, implement and maintain community partnerships and related financial agreements, service agreements, and Memorandums of Understanding. -Prepare reports as requested. -Make presentations to community groups, agencies, professional groups, and other organizations, to provide information on the department. Identify, contact and pursue governmental and non-governmental funding sources; write grants and proposals. Make home visits to meet with families. Work with site administrators to develop plans to re-engage students after truancy. Other related duties as assigned.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Education/Training Experience: Minimum: BA in education, social work or related field 3-5 years working with families and community agencies. Knowledge/Skills and Abilities: Ability to provide a variety of services to parents, students and district personnel regarding student attendance, behavior, academic achievement and health. Recognize student’s academic and social needs. Mange effectively long-term, interdisciplinary programs involving participants of diverse backgrounds. Knowledge of various agencies in the community serving the needs o students and families, school and community resources for youth and families. Ability to analyze data and write reports. Strong communication skills both written and oral. Computer proficiency with MicroSoft Office Suite.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Preferred: Bilingual – English/ Spanish; Master’s Degree in education, social work or related field

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Human Resources Recruiting Department
MAILING ADDRESS: 610 Alta Vista Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico87505
PHONE: 505-467-2000
FAX: 505-995-3302
EMAIL: sfpsrecruiting@sfps.info
WEB ADDRESS: www.sfps.info
 


 

Community Resource Liaison- BF Young
Santa Fe Public Schools

INDUSTRY: Education
LOCATION: Santa Fe, New Mexico

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/02/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***JobID: 1067*** General Function: Under the direction of the Director of Student Support Services develop, coordinate, direct, facilitate and evaluate collaborative school and community programs; coordinate services between families and local service providers; facilitate home and community understanding of school programs and community resources, refer families to local agencies or school services as appropriate; arrange for health and vision clinics, make presentations, complete grant applications, work with staff to improve attendance, develop a site wellness team and facilitate weekly meetings. Essential Job Functions:-- All functions are performed in accordance with established policies, procedures, safety and environmental regulations, facility and computer security policies and procedures. Functions are subject to change from time to time to meet the needs of the District. Current essential functions include but are not limited to the following: Develop relationships with various agencies in the community serving the needs of students and families, school and community resources for youth and families. Assure compliance with program requirements and District policies. Plan, develop, implement and maintain community partnerships and related financial agreements, service agreements, and Memorandums of Understanding. -Prepare reports as requested. -Make presentations to community groups, agencies, professional groups, and other organizations, to provide information on the department. Identify, contact and pursue governmental and non-governmental funding sources; write grants and proposals. Make home visits to meet with families. Work with site administrators to develop plans to re-engage students after truancy. Other related duties as assigned.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Education/Training Experience: Minimum: BA in education, social work or related field 3-5 years working with families and community agencies. Knowledge/Skills and Abilities: Ability to provide a variety of services to parents, students and district personnel regarding student attendance, behavior, academic achievement and health. Recognize student’s academic and social needs. Mange effectively long-term, interdisciplinary programs involving participants of diverse backgrounds. Knowledge of various agencies in the community serving the needs o students and families, school and community resources for youth and families. Ability to analyze data and write reports. Strong communication skills both written and oral. Computer proficiency with MicroSoft Office Suite.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Preferred: Bilingual – English/ Spanish; Master’s Degree in education, social work or related field

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Human Resources Recruiting Department
MAILING ADDRESS: 610 Alta Vista Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico87505
PHONE: 505-467-2000
FAX: 505-995-3302
EMAIL: sfpsrecruiting@sfps.info
WEB ADDRESS: www.sfps.info
 


 

Director of Applications & Web Development
SFCC

INDUSTRY: Education
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07-12-2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***Posting 0080577 *** Classification Title- Director of Applications & Web Development*** Salaried Position*** Directs the organized and consistent implementation of application processes and procedures in designing, developing, administering, managing and maintaining systems. Must be committed to serving a diverse college community. Actively participates in and contributes to continuous quality improvement. Provides Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) methodology best practices to be used for SFCC specific applications. Recommends the use of development methodology practices to be used for the applications that are to be written and accomplished. Ensures that projects are being completed on time and exceed internal customer expectations. Responsible for directing all of the technical efforts leading to successful configuration between software systems, hardware configurations and application programs. Establishes department processes and practices; oversees the adherence to the processes and best practices. Provides direct assistance in the problem-solving, code development and lends support to various projects as necessary to ensure that departmental deadlines are met. Manages and plans assigned projects following the project management methodology of OIT. Performs related duties as assigned. ***Create a Username and Password to Apply***Required Documents*** -Resume -Cover Letter -Copy of Transcript

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Master's degree in Business Administration, Information Systems, Information Technology, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and/or other related fields. Six (6) years directly related experience working in technology-related work. Equivalent experience may be substituted for education on a year for year basis. Background check required.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Experience in higher education. Experience in programming using a multi-tier architecture. Experience in designing and developing processes following the software development life cycle (SDLC). Experience in operating and administering database systems running on Microsoft SQL and/or Oracle.

WAGES:  61,705 - 77,132 DOE

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Human Resources
MAILING ADDRESS: 6401 Richards Ave., Santa Fe, NM87508
PHONE:  
FAX:  
EMAIL:  
WEB ADDRESS: jobs.sfcc.edu
 


 

Director of Applications & Web Development
SFCC

INDUSTRY: Education
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07-12-2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***Posting 0080577 *** Classification Title- Director of Applications & Web Development*** Salaried Position*** Directs the organized and consistent implementation of application processes and procedures in designing, developing, administering, managing and maintaining systems. Must be committed to serving a diverse college community. Actively participates in and contributes to continuous quality improvement. Provides Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) methodology best practices to be used for SFCC specific applications. Recommends the use of development methodology practices to be used for the applications that are to be written and accomplished. Ensures that projects are being completed on time and exceed internal customer expectations. Responsible for directing all of the technical efforts leading to successful configuration between software systems, hardware configurations and application programs. Establishes department processes and practices; oversees the adherence to the processes and best practices. Provides direct assistance in the problem-solving, code development and lends support to various projects as necessary to ensure that departmental deadlines are met. Manages and plans assigned projects following the project management methodology of OIT. Performs related duties as assigned. ***Create a Username and Password to Apply***Required Documents*** -Resume -Cover Letter -Copy of Transcript

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Master's degree in Business Administration, Information Systems, Information Technology, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and/or other related fields. Six (6) years directly related experience working in technology-related work. Equivalent experience may be substituted for education on a year for year basis. Background check required.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Experience in higher education. Experience in programming using a multi-tier architecture. Experience in designing and developing processes following the software development life cycle (SDLC). Experience in operating and administering database systems running on Microsoft SQL and/or Oracle.

WAGES:  61,705 - 77,132 DOE

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Human Resources
MAILING ADDRESS: 6401 Richards Ave., Santa Fe, NM87508
PHONE: 428-1604 0r 428-1271
FAX:  
EMAIL:  
WEB ADDRESS: jobs.sfcc.edu
 


 

Director of Marketing and Communications
Moraine Park Technical College

INDUSTRY: Education
LOCATION: Fond du Lac, WI

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/31/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: *** POSTING-MCF00127*** -Year Round Position Applications are being accepted for a Director of Marketing and Communications at Moraine Park Technical College, Fond du Lac campus. This position provides leadership and guidance for the staff and processes of the marketing and communications department. This position will require a significant amount of collaboration within the College community. The primary location for this position is the Fond du Lac campus; however, occasional travel within the District may be necessary. This position reports to the President. Beginning: Immediately ***Special Instructions to Applicants*** The application form itself must be fully completed. Indicating “see resume” in blanks does not constitute a completed application and may result in disqualification. All application materials must be submitted online. Moraine Park Technical College conducts criminal arrest and conviction records checks on all management, supervisory and confidential, faculty support professional, temporary and adjunct faculty applications who are recommended for employment. Applicants with disabilities who need accommodations should contact the Human Resources Department, 920-924-3232 or TTY/VP: Use Relay/VRS. Applications accepted through the close of the business day (4:30 p.m.) of the closing date of the position posting. Moraine Park Technical College is an equal opportunity/access employer and educator. Contact information: jobs@morainepark.edu, 920-924-6402. Please view our website at www.morainepark.edu.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Regular Travel to Other Campus Locations Required. Characteristic Duties & Responsibilities- 1. Serve as a key leader responsible for advancing the college’s strategic priorities through design, development and execution of a strategic communications plan to inform, educate and garner support on behalf of the college. 2. Serve as the primary public information officer as part of the College’s required emergency response; maintain all needed crisis communication plans in accordance with the Crisis Response Procedure. 3. In coordination with the office of the president, monitor and recommend appropriate Legislative advocacy actions to the leadership team of Moraine Park Technical College in both oral and written formats. 4. Provide leadership for the development and implementation of a comprehensive marketing plan that aligns with the college’s recruitment and retention efforts. 5. Incorporate innovation, smart technology, emerging trends and sound professional practices in all areas of marketing, public relations, public information and legislative advocacy support. 6. Provide resources, activities and services of the Marketing and Communications Department in conjunction with the goals of the Academic Affairs and Student Affairs units to maximize enrollment and communicate the image of the College in accordance with the Mission. 7. Provide supervision, guidance and direction to assigned staff. 8. Manage the effective and efficient use of college resources; manage and develop the departmental budgets. 9. Provide input to the college’s strategic plan and goals and provide leadership for college initiatives in Marketing and Communications. 10. Serve as the main college contact for all external requests for subject matter experts and/or call for speakers. Qualifications- 1. Master’s Degree in a related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities can be acquired. 2. Four years of marketing leadership experience to include legislative advocacy experience. Marketing and public relations leadership experience in a post-secondary institution preferred. 3. Two years of coordination or supervisory experience. 4. Strong organizational, planning, analytical and problem solving skills. 5. Excellent written and verbal communication skills including the ability to interact with all levels of District staff and external customers. 6. Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team-based, innovative and continuous quality improvement-focused environment. 7. Ability to use computer hardware and software to improve overall effectiveness and efficiency. Knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite. ***Benefits Summary*** -WI Retirement -Group Life Insurance -Group Health Insurance -Group Dental Insurance -Group Vision Insurance -Long Term Disability -Paid Vacation -Paid Holidays -Accumulative Sick Leave -Flexible Spending -403(b)/457 Deferred Comp-Voluntary Retirement Savings Program Options -Wellness Program -Professional Development -Tuition Reimbursement -Employee Assistance Program

PREFERRED SKILLS: Optional Documents to submit during application process- Resume Cover Letter Transcripts Letter of Recommendation 1 Letter of Recommendation 2 Letter of Recommendation 3 Curriculum Vitae W T C S Certification Other Certifications and Licenses Additional Document (1) Additional Document (2)

WAGES:  69,880 – 87,345

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:  ,  ,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Krista Rosenfeldt-Employment Assistant
MAILING ADDRESS: 235 North National Avenue, Fond du Lac, WI54936
PHONE: 920-924-6402
FAX: 920-924-6630
EMAIL: krosenfeldt@morainepark.edu
WEB ADDRESS: www.morainepark.edu
 


 

Early Childhood Educator
Santa Fe Childrens Museum

INDUSTRY: Museum
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/18/2014
JOB TYPE:  Part-time   
WORK SCHEDULE:  15-20 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: The Early Childhood Educator creates and sustains the vision for the Museum's educational activities; is the primary advocate for informal education; and establishes and reinforces the Museum⊃;s position as an essential community resource for early learning. Principle responsibilities include the implementation of programs, events and activities which educate and involve the community. The Early Childhood Educator will be involved in all aspects of the Education Department including SFCM Ongoing Weekly Programming, SFCM Camp Programs, Field Trips and Groups, School and Community Outreach, Special Events and more. Part-time (15-20 hours).

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: -Bachelor's Degree or higher in Early childhood education. ***How to apply-Please submit resume and cover letter in PDF or word document to employment@santafechildrensmuseum.org. No phone calls please.***

PREFERRED SKILLS: -Bilingual highly desired.

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
 
MAILING ADDRESS: 1050 Old Pecos Trail , Santa Fe, NM87505
PHONE:  
FAX:  
EMAIL: director@santafechildrensmuseum.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.santafechildrensmuseum.org
 


 

Education Specialist (Early Head Start) [14039]
Presbyterian Medical Services, Inc.

INDUSTRY: Medical and Head Start
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/15/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: (Requisition 14039) Based in Santa Fe, this position is assigned to the Early Head Start program and supports Early Head Start in the following counties: Santa Fe, San Juan, Sandoval, and Torrance. Assists as a team member in the oversight of the education and early childhood development component of the early childhood program ensuring compliance with all performance standards. Assists classroom staff in the provision of recognized best practices in early childhood education.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requires HS diploma/GED and a one-year certificate in Early Childhood Education; OR degree in Early Childhood Education (ECE), Early Childhood Multicultural Education (ECME), Child Development, or closely related field with at least 6 courses in ECE or Child Development.Have or be able to obtain First Aid and BLS/CPR certification within 30 days of hire. Must have valid driver's license and may be required to use personal transportation to carry out job duties. Wage range 13.17 to 20.64 dependent on education. Position requires successful completion of Criminal Records Check.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Experience in early childhood setting preferred. Bilingual English/Spanish or English/Navajo preferred.

WAGES:  13.17 to 20.64

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Lorraine R. Jones-Recruitment Administrator
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2267, Santa Fe, NM87504
PHONE: 505-954-2301
FAX: 505-954-4414
EMAIL:  
WEB ADDRESS: jobs.pms-inc.org
 


 

Education Specialist (Head Start) [14038]
Presbyterian Medical Services, Inc.

INDUSTRY: Medical and Head Start
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/15/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: (Requisition 14038) Based in Santa Fe, this position is assigned to the Head Start program and supports Head Start in the following counties: Santa Fe, San Juan, Sandoval, and Torrance. Assists as a team member in the oversight of the education and early childhood development component of the early childhood program ensuring compliance with all performance standards. Assists classroom staff in the provision of recognized best practices in early childhood education.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requires HS diploma/GED and a one-year certificate in Early Childhood Education; OR degree in Early Childhood Education (ECE), Early Childhood Multicultural Education (ECME), Child Development, or closely related field with at least 6 courses in ECE or Child Development.Have or be able to obtain First Aid and BLS/CPR certification within 30 days of hire. Must have valid driver's license and may be required to use personal transportation to carry out job duties. Wage range 13.17 to 20.64 dependent on education. Position requires successful completion of Criminal Records Check.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Experience in early childhood setting preferred. Bilingual English/Spanish or English/Navajo preferred.

WAGES:  13.17 to 20.64

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Lorraine R. Jones-Recruitment Administrator
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2267, Santa Fe, NM87504
PHONE: 505-954-2301
FAX: 505-954-4414
EMAIL:  
WEB ADDRESS: jobs.pms-inc.org
 


 

Elementary Education Teachers
Santa Fe Public Schools

INDUSTRY: Education
LOCATION: Santa Fe, New Mexico

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/11/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE: M_F40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: JOB DUTIES (unlimited space): Creates a flexible program with Common Core State Standards and an environment favorable to learning and personal growth. Establishes effective rapport with pupils and motivates pupils to develop skills attitudes and knowledge needed to obtain a good foundation for continuous achievement growth and development in elementary grade education. Establishes effective rapport with students and their parents by assisting students in developing positive feelings toward themselves and others. Responsibilities: • Cooperates in the development and implementation of the district program of instruction. • Plans and implements lesson plans that meet the individual needs, interests and abilities of students and complies with State Department of Education Standards and the SFPS Board of Education goals and objectives. • Institutes clear objectives for all lessons, assignments, units and projects in accordance with curriculum goals and communicates objectives to students. • Establishes and maintains a classroom environment conducive to learning by managing appropriate student behavior. • Prescribes effective learning programs and initiates referrals to appropriate personnel when concerns arise. • Assesses the accomplishments of students on a regular basis and provides progress reports as required. • Administers group standardized tests in accordance with the district testing program. • Institutes open lines of communication with students and parents concerning students' academic, social and behavioral progress. • Provides directions and materials for substitute teachers. • Plans for and supervises classroom aides, guests and volunteers. • Cooperates with staff and support personnel in assessing and helping students with health, attitude, learning and behavioral problems. • Utilizes technology in the classroom • Other duties as assigned

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Minimum Bachelor's degree. Must Posses or be able to obtain a current New Mexico Teaching License with a required Endorsements ***WAGES: Depends on experience, level of license, and education. Starting salary is 32,000***

PREFERRED SKILLS: Preferred Bilingual English/Spanish

WAGES:  32,000 Starting salary

BENEFITS: HEALTH, DENTAL, 401K,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Human Resources Recruiting Department
MAILING ADDRESS: 610 Alta Vista Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico87505
PHONE: 505-467-2000
FAX: 505-995-3302
EMAIL: sfpsrecruiting@sfps.info
WEB ADDRESS: www.sfps.info
 


 

Elementary Teacher
McCurdy Charter School

INDUSTRY: Education- Charter
LOCATION: Española, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/17/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***Go to the website under employment and follow the instrucitons*** Please note: Preliminary screening will be made on the basis of information contained in the MCS employment application packet, resume, and other credentials as supplied. INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR VACANCIES, WHICH MAY OCCUR. - Complete this application in its entirety. “SEE RESUME” IS NOT SUFFICIENT.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Attach a copy of all college/university transcripts- Official Transcripts will be needed at time of hire. - Attach a copy of your current license or New Mexico initial licensure application. (If new to NM, complete and submit to NM Public Education Department the initial licensure application. New Mexico Teachers ONLY - Provide last two years of Evaluations/PDP’s/ Reflection. - Provide a copy of any teacher exams you have taken.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  , In person, Mail,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Alison Watt-Human Resources Department
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2250-362 S. McCurdy Rd, Española, NM87532
PHONE: 505-692-6090
FAX: 505-692-6095
EMAIL: awatt@mcsk12nm.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.mcsk12nm.org
 


 

Elementary Teachers
Holy Cross Catholic School

INDUSTRY: Education
LOCATION: Santa Cruz, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/15/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE: M-F- 7:30am - 3:30pm, 40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: NM licensed elementary teachers for the school year 2014-2015. K-8 elementary school. Kindergarten Teacher and related duties such as assessment, lesson planning and supervision. Small class size plus aide.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: NM Certification - K-8 or early childhood; B.A. degree. Three letters of recommendation required, Copy of certification and official transcripts. PREFERRED SKILLS: Class management, Team player, ethical and moral values, good oral and written communication.

PREFERRED SKILLS: NM Certification - K-8 or early childhood; B.A. degree.

WAGES:  DOE

BENEFITS: HEALTH, DENTAL, 401K,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  , In person,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Angela Trujillo
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 1260, Santa Cruz, NM87567
PHONE: 505-753-4644
FAX: 505-216-0653
EMAIL: hccschoolprincipal@gmail.com
WEB ADDRESS: www.hccatholicschool.org
 


 

Human Resources Coordinator
McCurdy Charter School

INDUSTRY: Education- Charter
LOCATION: Española, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/17/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***Go to the school's website under employment and follow the instructions*** Complete this application in its entirety- “See Resume” is not sufficient. - Complete and sign all necessary pages and forms.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Attach unofficial copies of all college/university transcripts for each degree that you hold (Official upon hire). - Attach a copy of your active teaching license, or substitute license.  Attach any other information you feel will enhance your application.  Mail Application to: McCurdy Charter School Human Resources Department PO Box 2250 Española, NM 87532 or Fax to 505-692-6095 An Equal Opportunity Employer

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  , Mail,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Alison Watt-Human Resources Department
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2250-362 S. McCurdy Rd, Española, NM87532
PHONE: 505-692-6090
FAX: 505-692-6095
EMAIL: awatt@mcsk12nm.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.mcsk12nm.org
 


 

K-8 School Principal for Aspen
Santa Fe Public Schools

INDUSTRY: Education
LOCATION: Santa Fe, New Mexico

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/02/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: *** JobID: 1038 *** Job Description: Serves as the educational leader and chief administrator of a middle school, or a site of comparable size and complexity. Responsible for implementing and managing policies, regulations and procedures to ensure that students are provided a safe learning environment that conforms to academic standards and policies of federal, state and local regulatory agencies. The Principal is responsible, in accordance with state standards, regulations, statutes and local school policies, for the organization, administration, supervision and academic achievement of students. Responsibilities: • Supervises educational and administrative staff. Promotes effective teacher practices by providing leadership to staff including evaluation, counseling, support corrective action, and professional development. • Lead by being in classrooms and providing effective feedback to teachers to improve practice. • Leads secondary reform strategies at assigned school and participates in the development of district strategies for these initiatives. • Ensures that Common Core State Standards are implemented with fidelity. • Interviews and makes recommendation to hire teachers and other staff. • Develops and evaluates educational programs, curriculum and standards to meet educational goals of the school, board, district, and state. • Assumes overall responsibility for the safety, security and appearance of the school facility. Requisitions and allocates supplies, equipment and instructional material as needed. Manages facilities to maintain a healthy, safe environment. • Responsible for appropriate discipline of students. • Establishes and oversees Advisory School Councils and ensures compliance of Council with State requirements. • Responsible for appropriate and timely state and federal level reports as pertains to individual or district reporting. • Responsible for using analysis or data to create and modify instruction and for decision-making. • Manages school climate including ensuring discipline and student safety. Confers with teachers, students and parents concerning educational and behavioral problems in school. Monitors school safety and security. • Keeps administrative records and either directs the preparation or prepares reports, which includes preparing budget and monitoring expenditure of funds. Reporting includes preparation of memos and letters of correspondence, newsletters, class schedules, attendance reports, and grant reports. • Serves as liaison between the school and parents, business partners, and community, interpreting activities and policies and encouraging participation in school life. Attends school and community events. • Provides input to grant applications. Maintains grant programs and records. • Participates in district and community meetings and committees and school events. • Oversees construction projects. • Communicate and uphold district policies, develops consensus, mediates problems, coordinates schedules and activities with a variety of individuals, including staff members, district administrators and professionals, consultants, volunteers, parents, media reporters and other people in the community. • Performs other related duties as assigned.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Qualifications: Minimum: -Masters level degree in a related field, and a minimum of five (5) years of experience as a teacher. Experience in curriculum development. Assistant Principal experience in a secondary setting preferred. Successful performance in the position held at the time of application. Knowledge of Common Core Standards and Secondary reform options. Working knowledge of budgets and the use of data to inform instruction. Public speaking skills.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Preferred: -Master's level education with a concentration in education administration, secondary education, and three (3) years of experience in school administration, internship or assistant principal. Bilingual English/ Spanish. Knowledge about SPED inclusion and master scheduling. -Application Process: - Apply online at www.sfps.info.

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Human Resources Recruiting Department
MAILING ADDRESS: 610 Alta Vista Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico87505
PHONE: 505-467-2000
FAX: 505-995-3302
EMAIL: sfpsrecruiting@sfps.info
WEB ADDRESS: www.sfps.info
 


 

Math Fellowship -K-12 Education
Blueprint Schools Network

INDUSTRY: Education
LOCATION: Newton, Massachusetts

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/22/2014
JOB TYPE:    TemporarySeasonal
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Blueprint Schools Network, Inc. *Blueprint* is a 501 c *3* non-profit organization dedicated to helping school districts close the achievement gap in their lowest-performing schools. Using a blueprint of comprehensive reform strategies, we partner with school districts to plan, implement, and monitor the progress of whole school turnaround with the goal of improving educational and life opportunities for students. One of Blueprint’s most significant supports resides in the Blueprint Fellows Program, a comprehensive tutoring program that aims to accelerate student achievement in mathematics. We are currently seeking fellows for our schools in Boston, MA, Salem, MA. Denver, CO, and St. Louis, MO. Position Summary Blueprint Fellows play an integral role in heightening student achievement in schools across the country. On a daily basis, Fellows build individualized lessons based on predetermined curriculum and plan activities that help to fill in academic gaps students may have to strengthen academic performance inside the classroom. During the course of the year, Fellows are building strong relationships that help to increase each student’s self-confidence in and commitment to his/her education, helping to foster a positive future for each student. While teachers have classrooms of 25 or 30 students, Fellows manage no more than 4 students at a time. This allows for the individualization of remedial and supplemental instruction. Fellows receive on-going mentoring and professional development as well as receive written evaluation of feedback from their assigned Fellows Coordinator. Fellows are charged with focusing on the individual needs of their students, helping to bolster and accelerate student achievement while helping to close any skill gaps that may exist. We are now accepting applications the 2014-2015 school year. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Expectations Fellows have a variety of responsibilities that allow them to be an integral piece of their student’s educational experience. Fellow responsibilities typically fall into one of the following categories- Instruction, Planning, Communication & Feedback, and Compliance. Examples of duties that Fellows have that fall into these categories include- Instruction- • Carry out all the responsibilities of an academic tutor and ensure that students are constantly learning and being challenged. Observe, monitor, and assess students’ performance on a regular basis and record data to track student performance. • Assist students in setting and reaching academic goals. • Modify instruction and related lesson plans based on student assessment results. • Present subject matter to students using a variety of research-based instructional strategies centered on students’ individual needs. • Work alongside school staff to broaden the academic and instructional resources available to students. Planning- • Plan daily and weekly lesson plans based on predetermined curriculum. • Prepare instructional activities that aid in mastering specific academic skills, including subject matter content and state-mandated and end-of-course assessments. • Collaborate with appropriate classroom teachers, department administration and Fellow Coordinator to ensure that each student is on track with their classroom materials and instruction. Communication and Feedback- • Reach out to a student’s family at least once every two weeks to update the family on the student’s academic progress in tutorial. • Develop a frequent and consistent line of communication between the student’s family and the school regarding a student’s academic status. • Actively participate in professional development activities necessary to successfully carry out job-related duties. • Meet with Fellows Coordinator in order to receive coaching and formal evaluation feedback. Compliance- • Maintain confidentiality of student information as required by law and district policies. • Enforce school/district behavior rules and policies. • Perform other job-related duties as assigned.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements - Being a Fellow is an intense but rewarding experience. It’s important that each Blueprint Fellow understands the urgency and rigor needed to help each and every student succeed in school. The following is what we are looking for from each and every one of our Fellows. • Associates degree or higher required. • Willingness to be a team-player with a strong sense of personal accountability and strong communication skills. • Entrepreneurial spirit and ability to be flexible and deal with a certain amount of unpredictability. • The ability and willingness to go above and beyond to help support student achievement. Salary and Benefits The salary for a Fellow position is $20,000-$21,000 per school year depending on site location. Depending on start date, salary may be pro-rated. The Fellow position includes a benefits package. ***To Apply- Interested candidates are encouraged to visit our website, blueprintschools.org/fellows/apply-now to learn more about the program and access the application.***

PREFERRED SKILLS: • Experience working with adolescents or related field preferred. • Experience tutoring or mentoring youth is preferred.

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Anna-Blueprint Recruiting
MAILING ADDRESS:  , Denver, Colorado 
PHONE: (617) 243-9620
FAX:  
EMAIL: recruiting@blueprintschools.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.blueprintschools.org
 


 

MENTAL HEALTH THERAPIST [14241]
Presbyterian Medical Services, Inc.

INDUSTRY: Medical and Head Start
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/23/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: *** (School-based services -- Summers off)*** This is a professional position in a behavioral health program providing therapeutic services to children and adolescents in the Santa Fe Public School system during the school year. Must have by date of hire, and maintain current throughout employment, NM license as Master's level mental health therapist, counselor, social worker, or psychologist (LMHC, LPC, LMSW, LPCC, LISW, LMFT, or LCP).

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: NM license as Master's level mental health therapist, counselor, social worker, or psychologist (LMHC, LPC, LMSW, LPCC, LISW, LMFT, or LCP). Must have or be able to obtain First Aid and BLS/CPR certifications within 30 days of hire. Position requires successful completion of Criminal Records Check.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Bilingual English/Spanish strongly preferred.

WAGES:  DOE / TBD

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Lorraine R. Jones-Recruitment Administrator
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2267, Santa Fe, NM87504
PHONE: 505-954-2301
FAX: 505-954-4414
EMAIL:  
WEB ADDRESS: jobs.pms-inc.org
 


 

Prevention Specialist 0.6 FTE-BF Young
Santa Fe Public Schools

INDUSTRY: Education
LOCATION: Santa Fe, New Mexico

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/02/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***Position Type: Ancillary***JobID: 1059** General Function: The Prevention Specialist is responsible for coordinating and facilitating prevention instruction to elementary and middle school students and parents, training staff in substance abuse prevention, assisting with school substance abuse policy, designing and implementing youth-supported projects, doing community outreach and participating in the leadership of the Santa Fe Prevention Alliance. Essential Job Functions All functions are performed in accordance with established policies, procedures, safety and environmental regulations, facility and computer security policies and procedures. Functions are subject to change from time to time to meet the needs of the organization. Current essential functions include the following: 1. Coordinate and facilitate delivery of substance use prevention curricula to elementary, middle and high school students. 2. Facilitate substance use prevention curricula with students and families. 3. Design and train staff in substance abuse prevention. 4. Provide consultation and assistance related to school ATOD policy enforcement and response. 5. Deliver diversion services for student ATOD violations using motivational interviewing and other evidence-based practices. 6. Track and document prevention program activities using required databases. 7. Participate in leadership and activities of Santa Fe Prevention Alliance and other prevention organizations to reduce youth tobacco and alcohol use in Santa Fe County. 8. Conduct tobacco and alcohol merchant education. 9. Plan and implement school and community-based prevention outreach programs. 10. Provide administrative support for SFPS Drug Prevention Program. 11. Other duties as requested.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Education/Training/Experience Minimum: BA in Public Health, Education, Social Work, Human Services or related field. Two (2) years youth development experience. Valid New Mexico driver's license. Bilingual (Spanish/English). Knowledge/Skills and Abilities: Ability to communicate effectively with others verbally and in writing. Ability to work effectively with diverse youth populations and with a variety of people and agencies. Ability to take the initiative to perform a task with minimal supervision. Must be able to think in such a way as to produce a new concept or idea. Good organizational skills. Knowledge of evidence-based substance use prevention theory and practices. Resources Used in Performing Job Include (but are not limited to): Standard Office Equipment Physical/Cognitive Requirements: Ability to lift up to 40 pounds frequently. Must be able to work some evening/weekend hours. Manual dexterity to operate computers and other office equipment. Environmental Conditions: Most work is performed in an indoor setting. Must have the ability to sit at a desk or computer for extended periods. Some field work may be required. Requires light physical exertion, including some walking, bending, and reaching. Environment may be hectic with constant ringing of telephones and frequent interruptions. Occasional evening and weekend work.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Preferred: Master's Degree in related field. Certified Prevention Specialist. Experience with tobacco, alcohol and other substance abuse prevention education and strategies. Experience in school-setting.

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Human Resources Recruiting Department
MAILING ADDRESS: 610 Alta Vista Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico87505
PHONE: 505-467-2000
FAX: 505-995-3302
EMAIL: sfpsrecruiting@sfps.info
WEB ADDRESS: www.sfps.info
 


 

Project Manager- Extended Learning Grants-BF Young
Santa Fe Public Schools

INDUSTRY: Education
LOCATION: Santa Fe, New Mexico

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/02/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***JobID: 1068*** Full Job Title-Project Manager of Extended Learning Grants and Instructional Programs*** General Function: Oversees grants and supervises select instructional programs to provide support to schools. Provides leadership in the ongoing development and improvement of the district instructional program in compliance of the District’s Strategic Plan. Will work on various projects at the discretion of the Director of Teaching and Learning. Essential Job Functions: All functions are performed in accordance with established policies, procedures, safety and environmental regulations, facility and computer security policies and procedures. Functions are subject to change from time to time to meet the needs of the District. Current essential functions are focused on secondary schools and include but are not limited to the following: Write grants and monitor grants. Writes grants that aligned to reform initiatives. Works on special projects for the Director of Teaching and Learning. Designs and implement systems for communication of district curricular initiatives. Helps oversees Federal Grants such as Carl Perkins, K3- Plus, 21st Century. Helps oversee High School Graduation Requirements and assists in the implementation of the district strategic plan. Interacts with teachers, principals and central administration to communicate and develop best practices. Keeps informed on the latest research, trends and developments in all areas of education. Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Education/Training Experience: Minimum: Masters level degree in education, administration or academic research and/or a minimum of five (5) years teaching experience. Evidence of continued professional development. New Mexico administrative certification (preferred but not required). Experience with writing grants for extended learning, organizing people and events. Knowledge/Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of writing grants and best education practices, grades K-12. Demonstrated knowledge and experiences with research on pedagogy, education content, child development, best education and curriculum practices. Ability to make regular and spot decisions about program within established parameters. Strong written and oral communications skills. Experience with K3-plus and after-school programming. Must process excellent skills in management and organization, problem solving, and public relations. Position requires meeting with various community-based organizations on a regular basis and sometimes attending State Department of Education meetings, as well as regular internal meetings. Knowledge of standard office software, including word processing, presentation builders, spreadsheet and internet browsers.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Preferred: Experience writing grants and as a teacher or instructional coach. Educational work at various grade levels. Masters in education.

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Human Resources Recruiting Department
MAILING ADDRESS: 610 Alta Vista Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico87505
PHONE: 505-467-2000
FAX: 505-995-3302
EMAIL: sfpsrecruiting@sfps.info
WEB ADDRESS: www.sfps.info
 


 

RAILYARD PARK PROGRAM COORDINATOR
Railyard Stewards

INDUSTRY: Education and Outreach
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/22/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE: M-Sat40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***GREEN JOB *** Provide the horticultural care and maintenance of the urban Railyard Park in addition to offering community programming and green job training programs on xeric horticulture, the environment, and landscape conservation. ***Monday-Friday, 9 – 5, some Saturday mornings*** Lead and manage hands-on horticultural, educational and outreach programs for the Railyard Stewards – a non-profit organization, in partnership with the City of Santa Fe, that cares for and maintains the horticultural landscape in the Railyard Park and offers educational and public programs to school groups and the community. This position reports to the Executive Director. Responsibilities include- 1 – Volunteer Recruitment and Management for horticultural care and maintenance of the Park – both adults and youth (ages 15 – 22.) 2 – Educational programming – Develop curriculum and implement “green job training” program- act as liaison with educational partners to lead school and environmental groups; plan and maintain outdoor teaching gardens. 3 – Outreach – Maintain and build a network of partner organizations with affiliated non-profits, schools, community groups and businesses to offer, market, and promote in-Park workshops and events. Develop marketing and social media outlet plan. 4 – Administrative – Coordinate Community Room rentals; respond to phone calls and emails- update database, website and social media outlets. ***WAGES: Based on Experience and Qualifications***

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS (unlimited space)- • B.A. or B.S. degree in a related field. • General knowledge of horticulture, gardening, and landscaping practices. • Well-developed leadership skills to organize, train, and manage groups of volunteers and youth groups working in the Park. • Experience teaching and developing science and ecology workshop curriculums for grades K-12. • Environmental literacy, general knowledge of southwest ecology, environmental issues.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS: HEALTH,  ,  , VACATION, Phone allowence

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Linda Shafer
MAILING ADDRESS: 805 Early Street, 204 B, Santa Fe, NM87505
PHONE:  
FAX:  
EMAIL: Linda@railyardpark.org
WEB ADDRESS: railyardpark.org
 


 

Reading Interventionist
McCurdy Charter School

INDUSTRY: Education- Charter
LOCATION: Española, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/17/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***GO TO WEBSITE UNDER www.mcsk12nm.org/employment, under employment click on the job and print the application and mail to address provided.***You may drop off or mail application

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: New Mexico Teachers ONLY - Provide last two years of Evaluations/PDP’s/ Reflection.Please note: Preliminary screening will be made on the basis of information contained in the MCS employment application packet, resume, and other credentials as supplied. INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR VACANCIES, WHICH MAY OCCUR. - Complete this application in its entirety. “SEE RESUME” IS NOT SUFFICIENT. - Attach a copy of all college/university transcripts- Official Transcripts will be needed at time of hire. -Attach a copy of your current license or New Mexico initial licensure application.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  , In person, Mail,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Alison Watt-Human Resources Department
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2250-362 S. McCurdy Rd, Española, NM87532
PHONE: 505-692-6090
FAX: 505-692-6095
EMAIL: awatt@mcsk12nm.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.mcsk12nm.org
 


 

School Leader -Denver
Blueprint Schools Network

INDUSTRY: Education
LOCATION: Newton, Massachusetts

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/22/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***To learn more and to apply, please visit our website - www.blueprintschools.org.*** Position-School Leader -Denver Summit Schools Network-Blueprint Schools Network -Blueprint- is a nonprofit organization based in Massachusetts. Our work with schools around the country has shown that positive change is possible when five core strategies for school improvement are implemented together as a comprehensive package. These strategies include- 1. Ensuring every student has an excellent teacher and a school leader committed to their success 2. Setting clear, consistent standards for academic achievement and establishing a school-wide focus on preparing all students for college 3. Increasing instructional time 4. Providing daily, small group tutoring to students using highly qualified and well-trained instructors, and 5. Collecting assessment data frequently to monitor each student’s academic progress and tailoring instruction to meet the needs of all learners. We are currently working with public school districts in Denver, Boston and Saint Louis to plan and implement rigorous turnaround initiatives *62 schools, serving over 11,000 students*. The Denver Summit School Network- The Denver Summit Schools Network -DSSN- is a comprehensive whole-school reform initiative focused on creating more high-quality public school options for families in the Montbello and Green Valley Ranch communities. Their goal is to ensure that all students attending school in the DSSN network graduate from high school prepared for college and a career. Blueprint has served as a turnaround partner organization for the DSSN since its launch in 2011. Leading a DSSN School- Denver Public Schools puts students at the core of everything they do, with a focus on ensuring that every student achieves to their highest potential. Central to student achievement is ensuring that there is an effective teacher in every classroom. One of the district's top priorities is improving lower performing schools through turnaround strategies. Denver Public Schools has 13 turnaround schools, which receive direct and individualized support to improve student achievement, including funding and targeted turnaround hiring and support. Turnaround Leaders in Denver Public Schools- Are focused on results and have proven success in improving student achievement Have demonstrated perseverance in their career and/or education Influence and motivate others to reach their potential Thrive in a fast-paced, change-oriented environment Are solution-oriented and creative problem solvers Are able to understand, communicate and effectively interact with people across cultures.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Educational Requirements- Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. Administrative Certification in Colorado *or the ability to obtain this certification* Experience as a school leader required for principal positions Application Process- Blueprint supports our partner schools by recruiting potential instructional and leadership candidates. Candidates are welcome to submit their resume and other necessary information to the Blueprint staff for review through this website. Applicants whose qualifications and experiences render them a good fit for our turnaround schools will be recommended to local DSSN and DPS leadership. In addition, all candidates are required to apply directly to school leadership positions on the DPS website at careers.dpsk12.org/ in order to be considered for current opportunities. Specific responsibilities and requirements will vary by position. Though Blueprint reviews applications and makes recommendations to the district, it is important to note that if you are offered a leadership position, you would be an employee of the district.

PREFERRED SKILLS: -English/Spanish bilingual preferred -Experience in urban, high-poverty, and/or turnaround school preferred -Master's degree preferred.

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume,  , Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Anna-Blueprint Recruiting
MAILING ADDRESS:  , Denver, Colorado 
PHONE: (617) 243-9620
FAX:  
EMAIL: recruiting@blueprintschools.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.blueprintschools.org
 


 

Secondary English Teacher
McCurdy Charter School

INDUSTRY: Education- Charter
LOCATION: Española, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/17/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: *** Go to the website under employment and follow the instructions*** Please note: Preliminary screening will be made on the basis of information contained in the MCS employment application packet, resume, and other credentials as supplied. INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR VACANCIES, WHICH MAY OCCUR. - Complete this application in its entirety. “SEE RESUME” IS NOT SUFFICIENT

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Attach a copy of all college/university transcripts- Official Transcripts will be needed at time of hire. - Attach a copy of your current license or New Mexico initial licensure application. (If new to NM, complete and submit to NM Public Education Department the initial licensure application New Mexico Teachers ONLY - Provide last two years of Evaluations/PDP’s/ Reflection. - Provide a copy of any teacher exams you have taken

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  , In person, Mail,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Alison Watt-Human Resources Department
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2250-362 S. McCurdy Rd, Española, NM87532
PHONE: 505-692-6090
FAX: 505-692-6095
EMAIL: awatt@mcsk12nm.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.mcsk12nm.org
 


 

Secondary Math Teacher
McCurdy Charter School

INDUSTRY: Education- Charter
LOCATION: Española, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/17/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***Go to the website under employment, download the application them mail or bring in the necessary paperwork to the address provided.**** Please note: Preliminary screening will be made on the basis of information contained in the MCS employment application packet, resume, and other credentials as supplied. INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR VACANCIES, WHICH MAY OCCUR. - Complete this application in its entirety. “SEE RESUME” IS NOT SUFFICIENT.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Attach a copy of all college/university transcripts- Official Transcripts will be needed at time of hire. - Attach a copy of your current license or New Mexico initial licensure application. New Mexico Teachers ONLY - Provide last two years of Evaluations/PDP’s/ Reflection. - Provide a copy of any teacher exams you have taken

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  , In person, Mail,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Alison Watt-Human Resources Department
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2250-362 S. McCurdy Rd, Española, NM87532
PHONE: 505-692-6090
FAX: 505-692-6095
EMAIL: awatt@mcsk12nm.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.mcsk12nm.org
 


 

Secondary Science Teacher
McCurdy Charter School

INDUSTRY: Education- Charter
LOCATION: Española, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/14/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***Go to the website, download the application and send or bring in copy to the address provided.*** Please note: Preliminary screening will be made on the basis of information contained in the MCS employment application packet, resume, and other credentials as supplied. INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR VACANCIES, WHICH MAY OCCUR. - Complete this application in its entirety. “SEE RESUME” IS NOT SUFFICIENT.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Attach a copy of all college/university transcripts- Official Transcripts will be needed at time of hire. - Attach a copy of your current license or New Mexico initial licensure application. New Mexico Teachers ONLY - Provide last two years of Evaluations/PDP’s/ Reflection. - Provide a copy of any teacher exams you have taken.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  , In person, Mail,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Alison Watt-Human Resources Department
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2250-362 S. McCurdy Rd, Española, NM87532
PHONE: 505-692-6090
FAX: 505-692-6095
EMAIL: awatt@mcsk12nm.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.mcsk12nm.org
 


 

Secondary Social Studies Teacher
McCurdy Charter School

INDUSTRY: Education- Charter
LOCATION: Española, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/17/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***Go to website, download the application and send or drop off to address provided.***Please note: Preliminary screening will be made on the basis of information contained in the MCS employment application packet, resume, and other credentials as supplied. INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR VACANCIES, WHICH MAY OCCUR.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: New Mexico Teachers ONLY - Provide last two years of Evaluations/PDP’s/ Reflection. - Provide a copy of any teacher exams you have taken.Complete and mail to all past present employer(s), the “Employment Verification” form. Make additional copies if needed.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  , In person, Mail,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Alison Watt-Human Resources Department
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2250-362 S. McCurdy Rd, Española, NM87532
PHONE: 505-692-6090
FAX: 505-692-6095
EMAIL: awatt@mcsk12nm.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.mcsk12nm.org
 


 

Security Guard
McCurdy Charter School

INDUSTRY: Education- Charter
LOCATION: Española, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/17/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***Go to their website under employment and follow the instructions***

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Complete this application in its entirety- “See Resume” is not sufficient. - Complete and sign all necessary pages and forms. - Attach unofficial copies of all college/university transcripts for each degree that you hold (Official upon hire). - Attach a copy of your active teaching license, or substitute license. - Attach any other information you feel will enhance your application. - Mail Application to: McCurdy Charter School Human Resources Department PO Box 2250 Española, NM 87532 or Fax to 505-692-6095

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   , FAX,  , Mail,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Alison Watt-Human Resources Department
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2250-362 S. McCurdy Rd, Española, NM87532
PHONE: 505-692-6090
FAX: 505-692-6095
EMAIL: awatt@mcsk12nm.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.mcsk12nm.org
 


 

Special Education/Teacher- Academy at Larragoite
Santa Fe Public Schools

INDUSTRY: Education
LOCATION: Santa Fe, New Mexico

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/02/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***JobID: 1017*** Job Description: Creates a flexible program with Common Core State Standards and an environment favorable to learning and personal growth. Establishes effective rapport with pupils and motivates pupils to develop skills attitudes and knowledge needed to obtain a good foundation for continuous achievement growth and development in elementary grade education. Establishes effective rapport with students and their parents by assisting students in developing positive feelings toward themselves and others. This position is located at the jail and requires a homeland security background check conducted by the county. Responsibilities: • Cooperates in the development and implementation of the district program of instruction. • Plans and implements lesson plans that meet the individual needs, interests and abilities of students and complies with State Department of Education Standards and the SFPS Board of Education goals and objectives. • Institutes clear objectives for all lessons, assignments, units and projects in accordance with curriculum goals and communicates objectives to students. • Establishes and maintains a classroom environment conducive to learning by managing appropriate student behavior. • Prescribes effective learning programs and initiates referrals to appropriate personnel when concerns arise. • Assesses the accomplishments of students on a regular basis and provides progress reports as required. • Administers group standardized tests in accordance with the district testing program. • Institutes open lines of communication with students and parents concerning students' academic, social and behavioral progress. • Provides directions and materials for substitute teachers. • Plans for and supervises classroom aides, guests and volunteers. • Cooperates with staff and support personnel in assessing and helping students with health, attitude, learning and behavioral problems. • Utilizes technology in the classroom • Other duties as assigned

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Experience: Effective communication skills, both verbal and written. Flexibility, organization, decision making and problem solving skills. Knowledge of SFPS community. Ability to meet deadlines, work on multiple projects, and coordinate the work of others. Knowledge of District policies on immunization, medication, first aid, emergencies and child abuse/neglect. Knowledge of all laws, regulations and guidelines affecting teachers and students. Knowledge of effective classroom management techniques. Ability to maintain positive relationships with students, parents, community members and staff. Knowledge of computer systems. Qualifications: Minimum -Bachelor's degree. Current New Mexico teaching certificate with endorcements in Science. Current endorsements dependent upon specific positions may be required. Additional requirements may be applicable for specific positions.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Preferred- Bilingual English/Spanish

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Human Resources Recruiting Department
MAILING ADDRESS: 610 Alta Vista Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico87505
PHONE: 505-467-2000
FAX: 505-995-3302
EMAIL: sfpsrecruiting@sfps.info
WEB ADDRESS: www.sfps.info
 


 

Special Events and Communications Coordinator
New Mexico School for the Arts

INDUSTRY: Education
LOCATION: Santa Fe, , NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 06/20/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: New Mexico School for the Arts is hiring a full-time Special Events and Communications Assistant. The Special Events and Communications Coordinator assists the Development team in producing fundraising events, the annual fund appeal, and promotes NMSA to prospective students and to local audiences. ***Learn more: nmschoolforthearts.org***

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: How to apply: Please submit a cover letter, resume and three professional references to Julie Gomez at jgomez@nmschoolforthearts.org.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Julie Gomez
MAILING ADDRESS: 275 E. Alameda Street, , Santa Fe, , NM87501
PHONE:  
FAX:  
EMAIL: jgomez@nmschoolforthearts.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.nmschoolforthearts.org
 


 

STARS Coordinator
McCurdy Charter School

INDUSTRY: Education- Charter
LOCATION: Española, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/17/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: *** Go to their website under employment and follow the instructions***

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Complete this application in its entirety- “See Resume” is not sufficient. - Complete and sign all necessary pages and forms. - Attach unofficial copies of all college/university transcripts for each degree that you hold (Official upon hire). - Attach a copy of your active teaching license, or substitute license. - Attach any other information you feel will enhance your application. - Mail Application to: McCurdy Charter School Human Resources Department PO Box 2250 Española, NM 87532 or Fax to 505-692-6095 An Equal Opportunity E

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   , FAX,  , Mail,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Alison Watt-Human Resources Department
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2250-362 S. McCurdy Rd, Española, NM87532
PHONE: 505-692-6090
FAX: 505-692-6095
EMAIL: awatt@mcsk12nm.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.mcsk12nm.org
 


 

Substitute Teachers
McCurdy Charter School

INDUSTRY: Education- Charter
LOCATION: Española, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/17/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: ***Go to their website under employment and follow the instructions.*** If page is not loading e-mail the contact person.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Applications can be picked up or downloaded; upon completion they can be dropped off, mailed, or faxed to: McCurdy Charter School Attn. Human Resources 362 S Mcurdy Rd./ P.O. Box 2250 Espanola, N.M 87532 Fax (505) 692-6095

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  , Mail,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Alison Watt-Human Resources Department
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2250-362 S. McCurdy Rd, Española, NM87532
PHONE: 505-692-6090
FAX: 505-692-6095
EMAIL: awatt@mcsk12nm.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.mcsk12nm.org
 


 

TEACHER ASSISTANT [14196]
Presbyterian Medical Services, Inc.

INDUSTRY: Medical and Head Start
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/16/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Works as part of a teaching team to assist in the orderly functioning of the classroom (children ages 3 to 5) to provide an appropriate social-emotional environment in order to expand the child's ability to learn and grow. Job may involve the reassignment to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations. Must be 18 years or older. HS diploma/GED required.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Must have 1 of the following: a)Current CDA credential for preschool-aged children; b)State-awarded certificate for center-based preschool teachers, including the NM Child Development Certificate (CDC); c)One-year certificate in Early Childhood Education; d)Office of Head Start approved CDA equivalent; e)enrolled within 10 business days of hire in one of the above programs that will be completed within 2 years; OR Associate's or Bachelor's Degree (in any area) or enrolled in a program leading to such a degree. Must complete a 45-hour entry-level course or an approved 3-credit early care and education course or equivalent approved by the NM Children, Youth & Families Department prior to or within 6 months of hire.Have or be able to obtain First Aid and BLS/CPR certification within 30 days of hire. Wage range: 10.66 to 10.57 per hour, dependent on education. Position requires successful completion of Criminal Records Check.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Experience working with children ages birth through 5 years in an early childhood environment preferred. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.

WAGES:  10.66 to 10.57

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Lorraine R. Jones-Recruitment Administrator
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2267, Santa Fe, NM87504
PHONE: 505-954-2301
FAX: 505-954-4414
EMAIL:  
WEB ADDRESS: jobs.pms-inc.org
 


 

TEACHER I [14195]
Presbyterian Medical Services, Inc.

INDUSTRY: Medical and Head Start
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/15/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: (20 hrs/wk, year round)Early Head Start - Santa Fe County Santa Fe, NM (Requisition 14195) This position serves in the classroom to provide an appropriate social and emotional environment in order to expand the child's ability to learn and grow. Provides daily supervision and evaluation of classroom staff. Works in a classroom-based setting with typically and atypically developing children (ages birth to 3). Position may be reassigned to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Have or be able to obtain First Aid and BLS/CPR certification within 30 days of hire. Requires HS diploma/GED and CDA, or completes CDA or equivalent within 180 days of hire; OR High School Diploma/GED and one year certificate in Early Childhood Education upon hire or within 180 days; OR non-related degree and is required to obtain 29 credits in Early Childhood Education (ECE), Early Childhood Multicultural Education, or Child Development at the Associate's Degree level or 45 credits in the above-mentioned areas at the Bachelor's Degree level within 180 days; OR degree in Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Multicultural Education, Child Development. Wage range: 10.90 to 20.07 per hour, dependent on education. Benefits eligible position. Requires successful completion of Criminal Records Check.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Experience working in early childhood with children ages birth through 3 years preferred. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.

WAGES:  10.90 to 20.07

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Lorraine R. Jones-Recruitment Administrator
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2267, Santa Fe, NM87504
PHONE: 505-954-2301
FAX: 505-954-4414
EMAIL:  
WEB ADDRESS: jobs.pms-inc.org
 


 

TEACHER I [14071]
Presbyterian Medical Services, Inc.

INDUSTRY: Medical and Head Start
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/16/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: (Requisition 14071) This position serves in the classroom to provide an appropriate social and emotional environment in order to expand the child's ability to learn and grow. Provides daily supervision and evaluation of classroom staff. Works in a classroom-based setting with typically and atypically developing children (ages 3 to 5). Position may be reassigned to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Must fulfill one of the following education requirements: 1)degree in Early Childhood Education (ECE), Early Childhood Multicultural Education, or Child Development; 2) Associate degree with 29 credits in ECE and experience teaching preschool children; 3) Bachelor degree with 45 credits in ECE; 4)non-related Bachelor degree and has been admitted into the Teach for America program; 5)enrolled in a degree program in an educational institution which offers ECE courses and must complete degree and 29 credits on Associate level or 45 credits on Bachelor level in ECE within 3 years and must have one of the following, a)current Child Development Associate (CDA) credential for preschool-aged children; b)State-awarded certificate for center-based preschool teachers; c)one-year certificate in ECE; d)completed prerequisites for CDA or State-awarded certificate or one-year certificate and is awaiting the award; e)current NM Child Development Certificate (CDC); f)Office of Head Start approved CDA equivalent. Have or be able to obtain First Aid and BLS/CPR certification within 30 days of hire. Wage range: 10.90 to 20.07 per hour, dependent on education. Job requires successful completion of Criminal Records Check.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Financial assistance for related coursework may be available. Experience working in early childhood with children ages birth through 5 years preferred. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.

WAGES:  10.90 to 20.07

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Lorraine R. Jones-Recruitment Administrator
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2267, Santa Fe, NM87504
PHONE: 505-954-2301
FAX: 505-954-4414
EMAIL:  
WEB ADDRESS: jobs.pms-inc.org
 


 

TEACHER I [14140]
Presbyterian Medical Services, Inc.

INDUSTRY: Medical and Head Start
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/16/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Early Head Start - Santa Fe County Santa Fe, NM DoE / TBD Until Filled (Requisition 14140) This position serves in the classroom to provide an appropriate social and emotional environment in order to expand the child's ability to learn and grow. Provides daily supervision and evaluation of classroom staff. Works in a classroom-based setting with typically and atypically developing children (ages birth to 3). Position may be reassigned to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Have or be able to obtain First Aid and BLS/CPR certification within 30 days of hire. Requires HS diploma/GED and CDA, or completes CDA or equivalent within 180 days of hire; OR High School Diploma/GED and one year certificate in Early Childhood Education upon hire or within 180 days; OR non-related degree and is required to obtain 29 credits in Early Childhood Education (ECE), Early Childhood Multicultural Education, or Child Development at the Associate's Degree level or 45 credits in the above-mentioned areas at the Bachelor's Degree level within 180 days; OR degree in Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Multicultural Education, Child Development. Wage range: 10.90 to 20.07 per hour, dependent on education. Position requires successful completion of Criminal Records Check.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Experience working in early childhood with children ages birth through 3 years preferred. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.

WAGES:  10.90 to 20.07

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter, Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Lorraine R. Jones-Recruitment Administrator
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 2267, Santa Fe, NM87504
PHONE: 505-954-2301
FAX: 505-954-4414
EMAIL:  
WEB ADDRESS: jobs.pms-inc.org
 


 

Teacher Resident
Colorado Boettcher Teacher Residency

INDUSTRY: Education
LOCATION: Denver, Alamosa and Durango, CO

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 6/8/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:  40 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: The Colorado Boettcher Teacher Residency (CBTR) recruits, selects and trains individuals to become exceptional teachers by providing an intensive and supportive teacher training program, which combines master's level courses with hands-on learning in a classroom. CBTR is looking for individuals from a broad range of personal and professional backgrounds committed to choosing teaching as their profession and raising student achievement in urban and rural communities. We have a specific need for individuals interested in teaching Math, Science and Elementary Education.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Prerequisites include: A Bachelor’s degree with a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher US citizen, permanent resident or able to work legally in the U.S.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  varies

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume,  , Application

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Carrie Lavalley
MAILING ADDRESS: 600 Grant Street, Suite 525, Denver, CO80203
PHONE: 303-861-8661
FAX: 303-861-1501
EMAIL: clavalley@pebs.org
WEB ADDRESS: www.boettcherteachers.org
 


 

Temporary Pool
Santa Fe Community College

INDUSTRY: college
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 5/30/14
JOB TYPE:    Temporary 
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Posting Number: 0080546 SFCC maintains a pool of applications for those interested in short term employment. Temporary Employment with SFCC can consist of any number of hours/days dependent upon the temporary assistance needed by a hiring department. Whenever a temporary employee is requested, Human Resources will search its data base of applications containing the skills and/or experience requested by the hiring department. It is, therefore, very important that applications are complete and detailed. Applicants will be notified by e-mail when their application is added to the temporary pool. Human Resources will contact an applicant by telephone or by email if a temporary assignment becomes available.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Determinied by the administrative or clerical tasks to be completed or function to be filled.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  doe

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
SFCC Human Resources Dept
MAILING ADDRESS: 6401 Richards Ave, Santa Fe, NM87508
PHONE: 505-428-1228
FAX: 505-428-1523
EMAIL:  
WEB ADDRESS: https://jobs.sfcc.edu
 


 

Weight Lifting Instructor
IAIA Fitness and Wellness

INDUSTRY: University
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 06/30/2014
JOB TYPE:  Part-time   
WORK SCHEDULE: Tues and Thurs 6 to 7 pm 2-3 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Instruct weight lifting class for students at Institute of American Indian Arts. Responsible for instruction, supervision, monitoring attendance, submission of grades. Team approach to education requires participation in four department meetings per semester, approximately one hour each. 32 classes between Aug. 18 to Dec. 12 2014.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Nationally recognized certification in fitness such as: ACE, ACSM, NASM, NSCA. CPR-AED certification required.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Experience instructing at collegiate level, B.S. in Exercise Science or relevant.

WAGES:  1000.00 per sem

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  , Access to Fitness Center

APPLY BY:  Email,  , In person, Mail,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
JoAnn Bishop
MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 5310, Santa Fe, NM87502
PHONE: 505-695-6497
FAX:  
EMAIL: jbishop@iaia.edu
WEB ADDRESS: www.iaia.edu
 


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Fire-Police-SECURITY
 

Security Officer
Santa Fe Community College

INDUSTRY: college
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 5/28/14
JOB TYPE:   On-callTemporary 
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Posting Number: 0080524 Provides security for college student, staff, visitors, buildings and facilities. Must be committed to serving a diverse college community. Actively participates in and contributes to continuous quality improvement. Patrols the campus to detect and deter crimes and violations; monitor security/surveillance cameras, escorts students and visitors to and from campus areas; provides assistance to motorists; directs traffic; issues parking citations; monitors parking lots; locks ad unlocks facilities; logs property into lost and found; maintains shift daily activity report.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE: writing reports, using computer software to write and record activity as required for department reporting. Must be able to perform walking patrols of the campus throughout assigned shift(s). Two (2) years' experience in security, law enforcement or related field. Must have CPR, First Aid, and AED certification or complete this training within 60 days of employment. Must possess a valid NM driver's license. Background check required.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Must have CPR, First Aid, and AED certification or complete this training within 60 days of employment. Must possess a valid NM driver's license. Background check required. Bilingul (English/Spanish)

WAGES:   

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:   ,  ,  ,  ,  , Online

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
SFCC Human Resources Dept
MAILING ADDRESS: 6401 Richards Ave, Santa Fe, NM87508
PHONE: 505-428-1228
FAX: 505-428-1523
EMAIL:  
WEB ADDRESS: https://jobs.sfcc.edu
 


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Exercise Assistant
Private Family S-T

INDUSTRY: Physical Therapist
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08/01/2014
JOB TYPE:  Part-time   
WORK SCHEDULE:  6-12 hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Stimulate, Exercise and be friendly to Earnest Tapley (90 year old verteran, outdoors educator, and explorer). Benifits: Fresh air, good people, and outdoor setting. Jobsite is on 23 acres in the fresh air, midst the birds, deer, rabbits, and the wind in the pines!

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Politeness, kind, trustworthy, and speak English.

PREFERRED SKILLS: Exercise knowledge, patience, and physical therapy.

WAGES:  12.00-15.00 per hour DOE

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  ,  

APPLY BY:  Email,  ,  ,  ,  ,  

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Resume, Cover letter,  

CONTACT INFORMATION:
NAME:
Anita Stalter
MAILING ADDRESS:  , Santa Fe, NM 
PHONE: 505-984-8849
FAX:  
EMAIL: dewdrophickory@yahoo.com
WEB ADDRESS:  
 


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Archeology Aid/Technician
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 8/31/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: BLM-TEMP-2014-0053 Preserve the history of our natural resources. Archaeology aids and technicians assist professional resource specialists with on-the-ground field studies to identify cultural, historical, and/or paleontological resources. Work may involve designing and conducting inventories; compiling and interpreting collected data; researching reference materials; writing reports on inventory activities; or preparing documents for determination of eligibility to the National Register of Historic Places. The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain to include very steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces. Positions require physical exertions, such as, bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, or similar activities. Individuals should be capable of working alone, or with other people, during early morning hours, night, or during the day.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Candidates must meet all qualification requirements as identified in the OPM Qualifications Standards Handbook. For information on qualification requirements please click here Qualifications. You must show that you possess the specialized experience and/or education as described in the job specific questions for this position. Where only a portion of your work experience would be creditable for this position, please provide the percentage of time that you spent on the specialized duties listed. General Experience: (l) Any type of work that demonstrates the applicant's ability to perform the work of the position, or (2) experience that provided a familiarity with the subject matter or processes of the broad subject area of the occupation.

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WAGES:  $18.77 - $24.40

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Archeology Aid/Technician
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 8/31/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: BLM-TEMP-2014-0003 Major Duties Preserve the history of our natural resources. Archaeology aids and technicians assist professional resource specialists with on-the-ground field studies to identify cultural, historical, and/or paleontological resources. Work may involve designing and conducting inventories; compiling and interpreting collected data; researching reference materials; writing reports on inventory activities; or preparing documents for determination of eligibility to the National Register of Historic Places. The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain to include very steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces. Positions require physical exertions, such as, bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, or similar activities. Individuals should be capable of working alone, or with other people, during early morning hours, night, or during the day.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements Candidates must meet all qualification requirements as identified in the OPM Qualifications Standards Handbook. For information on qualification requirements please click here Qualifications. You must show that you possess the specialized experience and/or education as described in the job specific questions for this position. Where only a portion of your work experience would be creditable for this position, please provide the percentage of time that you spent on the specialized duties listed. General Experience: (l) Any type of work that demonstrates the applicant's ability to perform the work of the position, or (2) experience that provided a familiarity with the subject matter or processes of the broad subject area of the occupation. Evaluations Upon receipt of your complete application package, a review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the basic qualification requirements. You will be rated on your experience, education, and training relevant to the duties of the position. In addition, interviews may be conducted for this position. Qualifications You must meet the qualification requirements to be found qualified. GS-03 Archeology Aid - 6 months of general work experience; OR Successful completion of one year (45 quarter or 30 semester hours) of education above high school that included at least 6 semester hours (or 9 quarter hours) in courses such as Intro to Anthropology, Into to Archaeology, and Into to Human Evolution and Elements of Statistics; OR A combination of experience and education to meet total experience. GS-04 Archeology Technician - 6 months of general and 6 months of specialized work experience. Examples of specialized experience may include assisting with on-the-ground field studies to identify cultural, historic and/or paleontological resources and reporting findings to supervisor; and using designated, well established guidelines to compute, compile, and present archaeological data in field notes; OR Successful completion two years (90 quarter or 60 semester hours) of education above high school that included at least 12 semester hours in any combination of courses such as geography, geology,orcultural geography; history, historiography, or historical archeology; environmental studies; scientific writing (nonfiction English composition); and/or surveying; OR A combination of experience and education to meet total experience.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  $12.07 - $24.40

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Archeology Aid/Technician (2)
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 8/31/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: BLM-TEMP-2014-0004 Major Duties Preserve the history of our natural resources. Archaeology aids and technicians assist professional resource specialists with on-the-ground field studies to identify cultural, historical, and/or paleontological resources. Work may involve designing and conducting inventories; compiling and interpreting collected data; researching reference materials; writing reports on inventory activities; or preparing documents for determination of eligibility to the National Register of Historic Places. The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain to include very steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces. Positions require physical exertions, such as, bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, or similar activities. Individuals should be capable of working alone, or with other people, during early morning hours, night, or during the day.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements Candidates must meet all qualification requirements as identified in the OPM Qualifications Standards Handbook. For information on qualification requirements please click here Qualifications. You must show that you possess the specialized experience and/or education as described in the job specific questions for this position. Where only a portion of your work experience would be creditable for this position, please provide the percentage of time that you spent on the specialized duties listed. General Experience: (l) Any type of work that demonstrates the applicant's ability to perform the work of the position, or (2) experience that provided a familiarity with the subject matter or processes of the broad subject area of the occupation. Evaluations Upon receipt of your complete application package, a review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the basic qualification requirements. You will be rated on your experience, education, and training relevant to the duties of the position. In addition, interviews may be conducted for this position. Qualifications You must meet the qualification requirements to be found qualified. GS-02 Archeology Aid - 3 months of general work experience; OR A high school diploma or the equivalent. GS-03 Archeology Aid - 6 months of general work experience; OR Successful completion of one year (45 quarter or 30 semester hours) of education above high school that included at least 6 semester hours (or 9 quarter hours) in courses such as Intro to Anthropology, Into to Archaeology, and Into to Human Evolution and Elements of Statistics; OR A combination of experience and education to meet total experience. GS-04 Archeology Technician - 6 months of general and 6 months of specialized work experience. Examples of specialized experience may include assisting with on-the-ground field studies to identify cultural, historic and/or paleontological resources and reporting findings to supervisor; and using designated, well established guidelines to compute, compile, and present archaeological data in field notes; OR Successful completion two years (90 quarter or 60 semester hours) of education above high school that included at least 12 semester hours in any combination of courses such as geography, geology,orcultural geography; history, historiography, or historical archeology; environmental studies; scientific writing (nonfiction English composition); and/or surveying; OR A combination of experience and education to meet total experience.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  $11.06 - $27.18

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  , yes

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Biological Aid/Technician (Fisheries)
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 8/31/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: BLM-TEMP-2014-0006 Major Duties Biology Aids or Technicians (Fisheries) may plan and conduct aquatic and riparian inventories and studies; plan and conduct fish population studies; plan and conduct simple water quality samplings of streams and lakes; analyze inventory or study data; prepare data for inclusion in study reports; and make recommendations for aquatic and riparian enhancement projects or improvements in survey techniques and evaluation methods. Riparian studies may be conducted on wetland areas and along stream corridors and may include species inventory and condition assessments. Biology Aids or Technicians perform any or all of the following or similar duties: Work from an outline; check extensive data in the field of fish habitat condition (stream or lake); record results; make census counts of various species or record observations, based on guidelines provided, on species condition or stream surveys; assists in construction or placement of habitat improvement structures, fences, gabions, trash catchers, etc. The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain; to include steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces; positions require physical exertions, such as, bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, and similar activities. Individuals should be capable of working alone, or with other people, during early morning hours, night, or during the day.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements Candidates must meet all qualification requirements as identified in the OPM Qualifications Standards Handbook. For information on qualification requirements please click here Qualifications. You must show that you possess the specialized experience and/or education as described in the job specific questions for this position. Where only a portion of your work experience would be creditable for this position, please provide the percentage of time that you spent on the specialized duties listed. General Experience: (l) Any type of work that demonstrates the applicant's ability to perform the work of the position, or (2) experience that provided a familiarity with the subject matter or processes of the broad subject area of the occupation. Evaluations Upon receipt of your complete application package, a review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the basic qualification requirements. You will be rated on your experience, education, and training relevant to the duties of the position. In addition, interviews may be conducted for this position. See job posting on the site for more specific details.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  $11.06 - $26.12

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  , yes

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Biological Aid/Technician (General)
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 8/31/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: BLM-TEMP-2014-0005 Major Duties Biological Aids or Technicians research, compile and tabulate inventory data, such as, population reproductive performance, food habits, prey densities, and habitat distribution; conduct field surveys or proposed actions (timber sales, road construction proposals, land exchanges, etc.) for federally listed wildlife species; conduct monitoring of known sites to ascertain site occupation and reproductive success; interpret aerial photos, landsat imagery and topographic maps to determine land use and vegetation distribution and to plot nest/herd breeding sites. The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain; to include very steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces; positions require physical exertions, such as, bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, or similar activities. Individuals should be capable of working alone, or with other people, during early morning hours, night, or during the day. In some locations there are special conditions: Applicants should be capable of hearing in the normal range; and should have 20/20 vision (corrected, or uncorrected). Additionally, in some locations candidates need to have "good" hearing. Good hearing is defined as 0- 25db threshold throughout the 200 - 8000 hz range of human hearing. This is required for marbled murrelet surveying.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements Candidates must meet all qualification requirements as identified in the OPM Qualifications Standards Handbook. For information on qualification requirements please click here Qualifications. You must show that you possess the specialized experience and/or education as described in the job specific questions for this position. Where only a portion of your work experience would be creditable for this position, please provide the percentage of time that you spent on the specialized duties listed. General Experience: (l) Any type of work that demonstrates the applicant's ability to perform the work of the position, or (2) experience that provided a familiarity with the subject matter or processes of the broad subject area of the occupation. See web site for more specific information.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  $11.06 - $28.89

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  , YES

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Biological Aid/Technician (Plants)
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 8/31/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: BLM-TEMP-2014-0008 Major Duties Biology Aids or Technicians (Plants) make observations and record data relating to plant studies; documents occurrence and distribution of identified species; inventory rare and endangered species habitat; participate in environmental studies documenting factors affecting plant species and habitat; they lead or conduct field searches for populations of sensitive, threatened or endangered plant species; photograph, collect and mount plant specimens encountered at different stages of development; collect ecological site information for population distribution, condition, trend, associated species, geology, soil type and prepare reports. Work is performed in an outdoor environment that ranges from very cold and wet to very hot and dry. This work may require physical exertion over very steep, wet, muddy, slippery, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces; and also may include bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, and similar activities.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements Candidates must meet all qualification requirements as identified in the OPM Qualifications Standards Handbook. For information on qualification requirements please click here Qualifications. You must show that you possess the specialized experience and/or education as described in the job specific questions for this position. Where only a portion of your work experience would be creditable for this position, please provide the percentage of time that you spent on the specialized duties listed. General Experience: (l) Any type of work that demonstrates the applicant's ability to perform the work of the position, or (2) experience that provided a familiarity with the subject matter or processes of the broad subject area of the occupation. Evaluations Upon receipt of your complete application package, a review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the basic qualification requirements. You will be rated on your experience, education, and training relevant to the duties of the position. In addition, interviews may be conducted for this position. Qualifications You must meet the qualification requirements to be found qualified. GS-2 Biological Aid - 3 months of general experience; OR A high school diploma or the equivalent. GS-3 Biological Aid - 6 months of general work experience; OR Successful completion of 1 year (45 quarter or 30 semester hours) of study above high school, that included at least 6 semester hours in any combination of scientific or technical courses such as biology, chemistry, statistics, entomology, animal husbandry, botany, physics, agriculture or mathematics; OR A combination of experience and education to meet total experience.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  $11.06 - $28.89

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  , yes

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Biological Aid/Technician (Wildlife)
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 8/31/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: BLM-TEMP-2014-0010 Major Duties Biology Aids or Technicians (Wildlife) perform any or all of the following or similar duties: research, compile and tabulate wildlife inventory data i.e., population counts, reproductive performance, food habits, prey densities, and habitat distribution; conduct field surveys on proposed actions (timber sales, road construction proposals, land exchanges, add space, etc.) for federally listed and sensitive wildlife species; conduct monitoring of known sites to ascertain site occupation and reproductive success; conduct habitat/vegetation monitoring; conduct inventories for specific species in potential habitat areas, document locations using maps and GIS/GPS technology, enter data into databases and study files; interpret aerial photos, landsat imagery and topographic maps to determine land use and vegetation distribution and to plot nest/herd breeding sites. The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain; to include steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces; positions require physical exertions, such as, bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, and similar activities. Individuals should be capable of working alone, or with other people, during early morning hours, night, or during the day. In some Oregon locations there are special conditions: In these locations your primary duty will be to inventory and monitor marbled murrelets and spotted owls. You will actively monitor the wildlife species in specific locations to clear timber sales and provide baseline to assess management actions.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements Applicants must have the ability to hear calls of the marbled murrelet in the 0-25 DBHL range the frequencies from 550 to 700 and 2000 to 7000; and have 20/20 vision (corrected, or uncorrected). Note: Personnel selected for these positions will be required to obtain and pass a hearing test before appointment. An offer of employment will be withdrawn if the person tentatively selected cannot pass the examination. Successful applicants will be reimbursed upon reporting to duty. Candidates must meet all qualification requirements as identified in the OPM Qualifications Standards Handbook. For information on qualification requirements please click here Qualifications. You must show that you possess the specialized experience and/or education as described in the job specific questions for this position. Where only a portion of your work experience would be creditable for this position, please provide the percentage of time that you spent on the specialized duties listed. General Experience: (l) Any type of work that demonstrates the applicant's ability to perform the work of the position, or (2) experience that provided a familiarity with the subject matter or processes of the broad subject area of the occupation. Evaluations Upon receipt of your complete application package, a review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the basic qualification requirements. You will be rated on your experience, education, and training relevant to the duties of the position. In addition, interviews may be conducted for this position. Qualifications You must meet the qualification requirements to be found qualified. GS-2 Biological Aid - 3 months of general experience; OR A high school diploma or the equivalent. GS-3 Biological Aid - 6 months of general work experience; OR Successful completion of 1 year (45 quarter or 30 semester hours) of study above high school, that included at least 6 semester hours in any combination of scientific or technical courses such as biology, chemistry, statistics, entomology, animal husbandry, botany, physics, agriculture or mathematics; OR A combination of experience and education to meet total experience

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  $11.06 - $27.18

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  , yes

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Biological Aid/Technician (Wildlife2)
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 8/31/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: BLM-TEMP-2014-0011 Major Duties Biology Aids or Technicians (Wildlife) perform any or all of the following or similar duties: research, compile and tabulate wildlife inventory data i.e., population counts, reproductive performance, food habits, prey densities, and habitat distribution; conduct field surveys on proposed actions (timber sales, road construction proposals, land exchanges, add space, grazing permit renewals, etc.) for federally listed and sensitive wildlife species; conduct monitoring of known sites to ascertain site occupation and reproductive success; conduct habitat/vegetation monitoring; conduct inventories for specific species in potential habitat areas, document locations using maps and GIS/GPS technology, enter data into databases and study files; interpret aerial photos, landsat imagery and topographic maps to determine land use and vegetation distribution and to plot nest/herd breeding sites. The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain; to include steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces; positions require physical exertions, such as, bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, and similar activities. Individuals should be capable of working alone, or with other people, during early morning hours, night, or during the day.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements Candidates must meet all qualification requirements as identified in the OPM Qualifications Standards Handbook. For information on qualification requirements please click here Qualifications. You must show that you possess the specialized experience and/or education as described in the job specific questions for this position. Where only a portion of your work experience would be creditable for this position, please provide the percentage of time that you spent on the specialized duties listed. General Experience: (l) Any type of work that demonstrates the applicant's ability to perform the work of the position, or (2) experience that provided a familiarity with the subject matter or processes of the broad subject area of the occupation. Evaluations Upon receipt of your complete application package, a review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the basic qualification requirements. You will be rated on your experience, education, and training relevant to the duties of the position. In addition, interviews may be conducted for this position. Qualifications You must meet the qualification requirements to be found qualified. GS-2 Biological Aid - 3 months of general experience; OR A high school diploma or the equivalent. GS-3 Biological Aid - 6 months of general work experience; OR Successful completion of 1 year (45 quarter or 30 semester hours) of study above high school, that included at least 6 semester hours in any combination of scientific or technical courses such as biology, chemistry, statistics, entomology, animal husbandry, botany, physics, agriculture or mathematics; OR A combination of experience and education to meet total experience.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  $11.06 - $24.40

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  , yes

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Engineering Aid/Technician
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 8/31/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: BLM-TEMP-2014-0016 Major Duties Engineering Aids and Technicians generally work under the supervision and guidance of a professional engineer performing such functions as research, development, design, evaluation, construction, inspection, production, application, standardization, testing, or operation of engineering activities, structures, systems, processes, equipment, devices, or materials. The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain; to include very steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces; positions require physical exertions, such as, bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, or similar activities. Individuals should be capable of working alone, or with other people, during early morning hours, night, or during the day.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements Candidates must meet all qualification requirements as identified in the OPM Qualifications Standards Handbook. For information on qualification requirements please click here Qualifications. You must show that you possess the specialized experience and/or education as described in the job specific questions for this position. Where only a portion of your work experience would be creditable for this position, please provide the percentage of time that you spent on the specialized duties listed. General Work Experience: (l) Any type of work that demonstrates the applicant's ability to perform the work of the position, or (2) experience that provided a familiarity with the subject matter or processes of the broad subject area of the occupation. Evaluations Upon receipt of your complete application package, a review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the basic qualification requirements. You will be rated on your experience, education, and training relevant to the duties of the position. In addition, interviews may be conducted for this position. Qualifications You must meet the qualification to be found qualified. GS-2 Engineering Aid - 3 months of general experience; OR High school graduation or equivalent. GS-3 Engineering Aid - 6 months of general work experience; OR successful completion of l year of post-secondary study that included at least 6 semester hours in any combination of courses such as engineering, engineering or industrial technology, construction, physics, drafting, surveying, physical science, or mathematics; OR a combination of experience and education to meet the total experience.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  $11.06 - $26.12

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  , yes

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Engineering Technician (Petroleum)
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 3/07/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: MT-DEU-2014-0033 At the GS-4 through GS-10 levels, the incumbent will perform progressively more difficult duties at a reduced level of responsibility while receiving on-the-job and other appropriate training that will prepare him/her for promotion to the next higher grade level. This is a career-ladder position with potential to the GS-11 level. At the full-performance level, the incumbent performs complex and responsible petroleum engineering technician work involving all aspects of drilling and production inspection and enforcement activities, and is responsible for performing a variety of duties including, but not limited to, the following: Performing on-site inspections of all phases of oil and gas drilling/work-over operations and associated facilities. Inspecting all aspects of drilling operations to ensure that operator’s equipment, safety systems, and operations are in compliance with the approved Application for Permit to Drill (APD), Sundry Notices (SN), lease terms, Notices to Lessees, Onshore Orders, and applicable regulations. Witnessing casing and cementing operations to ensure proper procedures and types of casing are run as approved. Inspecting and witnessing plugging and abandonment operations to ensure all minerals and water zones are properly protected. Documenting problems and determining corrective action, obtaining voluntary compliance, wherever possible through contact with operations. Issuing assessments, civil penalties, and shut –in orders when continued operations could result in adverse impacts to public health and safety, the environment, or royalty income, coordinating with all officials as appropriate. Preparing reports on all inspections, witnessing, and/or compliance. This position requires a considerable amount of math at the high school algebra level to verify volume and height of cement and other drilling fluids and oil and gas volumes to account for production from Federal and Indian oil and gas leases, and other assignments. Physical Demands and Work Environment: Work is primarily in a field location where it is necessary to wear appropriate safety equipment. Work environment involves exposure to extreme weather conditions, hazardous explosive fumes, poisonous gasses, toxic chemicals, high frequency noises, high-pressure equipment, and moving machinery. Work involves climbing up and down ladders and steep stairways. A large part of the time is spent driving to work sites that are located in isolated areas. This work environment requires the use of hard hats, hard-toe boots, safety glasses, ear protection equipment and cold weather gear and/or a respirator may also be required. The incumbent must possess a valid state driver’s license.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements For GS-11: One year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-10 level in the Federal service. Examples of qualifying experience include service as a Petroleum Engineering Technician or related position where work is concerned with the discovery, development, production, and conservation of petroleum and natural gas. Such work must have provided a thorough and in-depth knowledge of processes, methods and equipment used by the petroleum industry in the onshore exploration and development of oil and gas resources. This includes knowledge of drilling procedures, drill stem testing, well casing and cementing operations; various types of blowout preventers and well control equipment and procedures; oil and gas flow, temperatures, and pressures; complex mud handling equipment and procedures; and plugging operations. - OR -3 years of GRADUATE (54 semester hours) level college education directly related to the work of a petroleum engineering technician (i.e., major study in petroleum engineering or a related field). Specialized Experience: Experience that equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the duties of the position, and that is typically in or related to the work of the position to be filled. See examples above. Equivalent combinations of post-high school education and specialized experience may be used to meet total qualification requirements. You must meet all qualification requirements by the closing date of this announcement. Evaluations Upon receipt of your complete application package, a review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the basic qualification requirements. Your rating will be based on your responses to the Job Specific Questionnaire and the information stated in your resume. If you meet the qualification requirements, your application will be placed in one of three categories: Best Qualified, Highly Qualified, or Qualified. Within these categories, applicants eligible for veteran's preference will receive selection priority over non-veterans. In addition, interviews may be conducted for this position. The interviews may be conducted on a pass/fail basis or may be scored. The job specific questions relate to the following knowledge, skills, and abilities required to do the work of this position: Knowledge and skills necessary to calculate volumes and capacities associated with: 1) well control kill procedures; 2) circulation of drilling fluids; 3) fill and displacement volumes for casing, cementing, and abandonment operations; 4) oil measurement for tank gauging and Lease Automatic Custody Transfer (LACT) meters; and 5) gas measurement using orifice meter systems. Knowledge of well-drilling, production of oil and gas, and processes, methods, and equipment utilized by the petroleum industry in the onshore exploration and development of oil and gas resources to resolve difficult but recurring issues. Knowledge of equipment and/or methods for oil and gas testing, production measurement and sales, gathering systems, safety, and reporting. Knowledge of the regulations, Onshore Orders, policies, practices and industry standards governing oil and gas operations on Federal and Indian land leases to recognize violations and take appropriate enforcement action. Skill in written and oral communication to gather information regarding operations, explain operating requirements and regulations, to resolve problems with industry personnel, and prepare reports of inspection results.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  $28269.00 - $75376.00

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Engineering Technician (Petroleum)
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 3/07/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: MT Merit-2014-0040 At the GS-4 through GS-10 levels, the incumbent will perform progressively more difficult duties at a reduced level of responsibility while receiving on-the-job and other appropriate training that will prepare him/her for promotion to the next higher grade level. This is a career-ladder position with potential to the GS-11 level. At the full-performance level, the incumbent performs complex and responsible petroleum engineering technician work involving all aspects of drilling and production inspection and enforcement activities, and is responsible for performing a variety of duties including, but not limited to, the following: Performing on-site inspections of all phases of oil and gas drilling/work-over operations and associated facilities. Inspecting all aspects of drilling operations to ensure that operator’s equipment, safety systems, and operations are in compliance with the approved Application for Permit to Drill (APD), Sundry Notices (SN), lease terms, Notices to Lessees, Onshore Orders, and applicable regulations. Witnessing casing and cementing operations to ensure proper procedures and types of casing are run as approved. Inspecting and witnessing plugging and abandonment operations to ensure all minerals and water zones are properly protected. Documenting problems and determining corrective action, obtaining voluntary compliance, wherever possible through contact with operations. Issuing assessments, civil penalties, and shut –in orders when continued operations could result in adverse impacts to public health and safety, the environment, or royalty income, coordinating with all officials as appropriate. Preparing reports on all inspections, witnessing, and/or compliance. This position requires a considerable amount of math at the high school algebra level to verify volume and height of cement and other drilling fluids and oil and gas volumes to account for production from Federal and Indian oil and gas leases, and other assignments. Physical Demands and Work Environment: Work is primarily in a field location where it is necessary to wear appropriate safety equipment. Work environment involves exposure to extreme weather conditions, hazardous explosive fumes, poisonous gasses, toxic chemicals, high frequency noises, high-pressure equipment, and moving machinery. Work involves climbing up and down ladders and steep stairways. A large part of the time is spent driving to work sites that are located in isolated areas. This work environment requires the use of hard hats, hard-toe boots, safety glasses, ear protection equipment and cold weather gear and/or a respirator may also be required. The incumbent must possess a valid state driver’s license.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements For GS-11: One year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-10 level in the Federal service. Examples of qualifying experience include service as a Petroleum Engineering Technician or related position where work is concerned with the discovery, development, production, and conservation of petroleum and natural gas. Such work must have provided a thorough and in-depth knowledge of processes, methods and equipment used by the petroleum industry in the onshore exploration and development of oil and gas resources. This includes knowledge of drilling procedures, drill stem testing, well casing and cementing operations; various types of blowout preventers and well control equipment and procedures; oil and gas flow, temperatures, and pressures; complex mud handling equipment and procedures; and plugging operations. - OR -3 years of GRADUATE (54 semester hours) level college education directly related to the work of a petroleum engineering technician (i.e., major study in petroleum engineering or a related field). Specialized Experience: Experience that equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the duties of the position, and that is typically in or related to the work of the position to be filled. See examples above.

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WAGES:  $28269.00 - $75376.00

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Forestry Aid/ Technician
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 8/31/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: BLM-TEMP-2014-0054 Forestry Aids and Technicians collect forest and woodland management data regarding location, character, extent, volume, rate of growth, and quality of timber. They inspect and report on timber sale areas to determine compliance with contract requirements. They mark and designate timber to be removed in timber sales or for use disposals. They must be on call for emergency fire suppression and mop up work; and may be required to work outdoors in conditions that include steep and rough terrain, dense vegetation, heavy rains, and insects. The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain; to include very steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces; positions require physical exertions, such as, bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, or similar activities. Individuals should be capable of working alone, or with other people, during early morning hours, night, or during the day.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Candidates must meet all qualification requirements as identified in the OPM Qualifications Standards Handbook. For information on qualification requirements please click here Qualifications. You must show that you possess the specialized experience and/or education as described in the job specific questions for this position. Where only a portion of your work experience would be creditable for this position, please provide the percentage of time that you spent on the specialized duties listed. General Work Experience: (l) Any type of work that demonstrates the applicant's ability to perform the work of the position, or (2) experience that provided a familiarity with the subject matter or processes of the broad subject area of the occupation.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  $12.07 - $24.40

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Human Resources Specialist
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 5/14/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Announcement Number AZ-Merit-2014-0040 Provides the full range of human resources management/administration operational guidance, consultant, and advisory services to management officials of the offices serviced. Applies a technical knowledge of personnel laws, regulations, procedures, and processes for recruitment and placement activities, position management and classification activities. The incumbent is fully versed in the proper use of special emphasis and affirmative action recruitment and placement programs (i.e., student, summer, veteran, handicapped; expert and consultant; etc.). Independently consults with management selecting officials to develop options and effect a recruitment/placement strategy that meets existing and future employment staffing needs. Performs job analyses, develops quality crediting plans, issues vacancy announcements, and when appropriate conducts rating/ranking panels. Independently consults with management officials for the purpose of improving organizational and position structures, supervisory ratios, span of control, layering, duplication of effort, etc. Incumbent will perform a variety of special assignments that include, but are not limited to, development of option papers and regulatory implementation plans.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements Applicants must have one year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS-11 level in the Federal service. Evaluations Upon receipt of your complete application package, a review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the basic qualification requirements. Your rating will be based on your responses to the Job Specific Questionnaire and the information stated in your resume. If qualified, your score may range from 70-100 points. In addition, interviews may be conducted for this position. The interviews may be conducted on a pass/fail basis or may be scored. The job specific questions relate to the following knowledge, skills and abilities required to do the work of this position. Knowledge of the wide range of concepts, principles and practices of Federal personnel management. Knowledge of conflict resolution, alternative dispute resolution, and teamwork to achieve effective human relationships and customer service goals. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing in order to provide direction and assistance on sensitive and controversial personnel issues. Ability to facilitate execution of a results-oriented personnel program that efficiently meets the organization's mission requirements. Qualifications In order to be rated as qualified for this position, we must be able to determine that you meet the specialized experience requirement - please be sure to include this information in your resume. To be creditable, this experience must have been equivalent in difficulty and complexity to the next lower grade of the position to be filled. Specialized Experience: One (1) year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the next lower grade level in the Federal service in order to receive consideration. Specialized experience is progressively responsible experience, which has equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the duties of the position, and is in or related to the work of the position. GS-12: Applicants must have considerable experience in applying the principles, concepts, legal requirements, and methodology of Federal staffing, recruitment and placement programs; interpreting, explaining and applying a body of law, regulations and procedures; analyzing facts, identifying problems, reporting findings, making conclusions and recommending corrective or other appropriate action; preparing correspondence that required research; and identifying sources of job applications and candidates to staff organizations. You must meet all qualification requirements within 30 days of the closing date of the announcement. Federal employees in the competitive service are also subject to the Time-In-Grade requirement in accordance with 5 CFR 300.64. If you are a current Federal employee in the General Schedule (GS) pay plan and applying for a promotion opportunity, you must have completed a minimum of 52 weeks at the next lower grade level in the normal line of progression for the position being filled.

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WAGES:  Human Resources Specialist

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Hydrologic Aid/Technician
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 8/31/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: BLM-TEMP-2014-0020 Major Duties Hydrologic Aids or Technicians collect surface water and ground water data in accordance with standard procedures using standard and specialized data collection equipment. They collect water/sediment for chemical or biological analysis and make field determination on surface and/or ground water for a variety of chemical parameters. They record notes, check computations, prepare records for computer processing, enter data into computer files, and assemble and prepare field and laboratory data for tabulation and publication. Uses computers to store and analyze water resources data including spreadsheets, word processors, databases and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain; to include very steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces; positions require physical exertions, such as, bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, or similar activities. Individuals should be capable of working alone, or with other people, during early morning hours, night, or during the day.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements Candidates must meet all qualification requirements as identified in the OPM Qualifications Standards Handbook. For information on qualification requirements please click here Qualifications. You must show that you possess the specialized experience and/or education as described in the job specific questions for this position. Where only a portion of your work experience would be creditable for this position, please provide the percentage of time that you spent on the specialized duties listed. General Work Experience: (l) Any type of work that demonstrates the applicant's ability to perform the work of the position, or (2) experience that provided a familiarity with the subject matter or processes of the broad subject area of the occupation. Evaluations Upon receipt of your complete application package, a review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the basic qualification requirements. You will be rated on your experience, education, and training relevant to the duties of the position. In addition, interviews may be conducted for this position. Qualifications You must meet the qualification requirements to be found qualified. GS-3 Hydrologic Aid - 6 months of general work experience; OR successful completion of one year (45 quarter or 30 semester hours) of study that included at least one course in subjects such as engineering, industrial technology, construction drafting, surveying, physical science, biology, or mathematics; OR a combination of experience and education to meet total experience.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  $12.07 - $26.12

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Laborer
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 8/31/14
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: BLM-TEMP-2014-0022 Major Duties Laborers perform manual tasks involving little or no specialized skill or prior work experience. Typical work includes grounds maintenance to include lawn mowing, trimming, fertilizing, and watering. It also includes custodial duties to include laundry, cleaning, stripping, waxing and buffing floors, vacuuming, removing stains, washing walls and windows, collecting and discarding trash and debris. This position requires a motor vehicle over primitive, unpaved roads in a rural setting in all types of weather conditions. It will also perform administrative duties. In some location Laborers will be handling chemical compounds and operating noxious weed spraying equipment for the benefit of wildlife and livestock. Laborers will locate and spray noxious weeds by gas powered pump mounted on vehicle or by backpack. Involves the safe handling of chemicals used for spraying noxious weeds; and maintenance of spray equipment. In some locations laborers will be a member of a Cadastral Survey crew. Work will involve surveying, re-surveying and subdividing sections of the Public Land Survey System; including loading, unloading, packing, unpacking equipment and supplies including technical equipment; performing minor repairs and maintenance of equipment and tools; operating chain saws and other power tools to clear brush and small trees along random survey lines; can include digging holes for survey monuments, blazing, tagging, posting and painting trees along a survey line to mark the true boundary line. In some locations laborers will be a member of a trail crew. Work will involve the construction and reconstruction of trails with hand tools; repairing drainage structures with hand tools; constructing or repairing rock and lumber retaining walls; operating chain saws and other power tools to clear brush and trees along the trails; hiking long distances carrying hand tools and power tools performing trail maintenance activities; and performing minor repairs and maintenance of equipment and tools. The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain; to include very steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces; positions require physical exertions, such as, bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, or similar activities. Individuals should be capable of working alone, or with other people, during early morning hours, night, or during the day. Weather conditions include rain, wind, sunshine and extreme temperature variations. Outdoor work conditions include muddy, dusty conditions that may soil clothes and skin. Work Conditions include loud noises and vibrations from working with power tools and survey equipment. Contact with stinging and biting insects and toxic plants. At the Merlin, Oregon location the nature of the duties performed require access to recreation sites on the Rogue River by raft. At the Maupin, Oregon location the nature of the duties performed require access to recreation sites on the Deschutes River by raft. Applicants for these locations need to have the physical ability for and the experience using rafts and/or drift boats (non-motorized) on class III+ white water rapids, or have the ability to be certified to do so based on technical expertise. NOTICE: Applicants applying for Ashland, OR. Actual duty location is Lake Hyatt, OR, which is approximately 23 miles east of Ashland.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements You will be rated on your experience, education, and training relevant to the duties of the position. In addition, interviews may be conducted for this position. Evaluations Upon receipt of your complete application package, a review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the basic qualification requirements. Qualifications THE SCREENOUT FACTOR FOR THIS POSITION at all grade levels: You must be able to do the work of this position without more than normal supervision. WG-02 Laborers: Laborers at this level follow general instructions to perform work that requires moderately heavy physical effort to lift and move objects and may involve a number of successive steps or processes. The work involves the use of common hand tools and simple power equipment such as hatchets, hand saws, clippers, buffers, grinders, screwdrivers, weed trimmers, low-pressure sprayers, powered push lawn mowers, powered pavement vacuums, and wet vacuums or steam cleaners. Laborers at this level have basic knowledge of routine maintenance procedures for power equipment operated that include a visual check of the equipment, limited lubrication, cleaning and replacing air filters, and refueling. Use of tools and equipment at this level involves a degree of physical ability and attention.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  $9.88 - $21.82

BENEFITS:  ,  ,  ,  , yes

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Land Law Examiner
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 4/22/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Announcement Number WY-Merit-2014-0044 Major Duties This position is located in the Wyoming State Office, Division of Minerals and Lands, Minerals and Lands Authorization Group, Leasable Minerals Section. The Division is responsible for development, implementation, oversight, review, and direction of formulated policy, missions, and functions relating to multiple use management of all solid and fluid mineral leasing and operations programs on public lands in Wyoming and Nebraska. The incumbent is a senior Land Law Examiner and typically performs all phases of adjudicative duties and responsibilities associated with oil and gas leasing actions and cases.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements You must meet all qualification requirements within 30 days of the closing date of the announcement. Federal employees in the competitive service are also subject to the Time-In-Grade requirement in accordance with 5 CFR 300.604. If you are a current Federal employee in the General Schedule (GS) pay plan and applying for a promotion opportunity, you must have completed a minimum of 52 weeks at the next lower grade level in the normal line of progression for the position being filled. There are no minimum education requirements for this position however if you are using education to qualify, you must submit a copy of all undergraduate/graduate transcripts. Evaluations Upon receipt of your complete application package, a review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the basic qualification requirements. Your rating will be based on your responses to the Job Specific Questionnaire and the information stated in your resume. If qualified, your score may range from 70-100 points. In addition, interviews may be conducted for this position. The interviews may be conducted on a pass/fail basis or may be scored. The job specific questions relate to the following knowledge, skills and abilities required to do the work of this position.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  57982.00-75376.00

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Park Ranger
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 8/31/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: BLM-TEMP-2014-0028 Major Duties Park Rangers support the Bureau's recreation program. They work with the public to provide information, conduct permit compliance, and safety inspections. They respond to emergency situations. They participate in evaluating visitor use patterns, preparing and maintaining recreation sites, and monitoring condition of sites and natural and cultural resources. Work may take place in extremely remote environments and may require primitive camping and living skills for upwards of two weeks in duration. The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain; to include very steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces; positions require physical exertions, such as, bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, or similar activities. Individuals should be capable of working alone, or with other people, during early morning hours, night, or during the day. In some locations some of the positions may be Park Ranger (Hike Leaders). Duties for these positions focus on guiding a variety of age groups on interactive, interpretive hikes that explore the natural and cultural history of a geological formation, and "Table Rocks." Hike leaders develop educational displays, curriculum, and staff various educational events around the region. In some locations, some of the positions may be Park Ranger (Interpretative Center). Duties for these positions focus on interacting with a variety of age groups interpreting Center resources and presenting interpretive programs. Programs include orientation talks, interpretive programs, environmental education, conducted walks, demonstrations, and campfire programs. They develop and maintain interpretive materials and educational displays, and staff information desks.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements Educational Requirement: Related coursework for this position is coursework in the amount as specified at each grade level below, that includes Major study in natural resource management, natural sciences, earth sciences, history, archeology, anthropology, park and recreation management, law enforcement/ police science, social sciences, museum sciences, business administration, public administration, behavioral sciences, sociology, or other closely related subjects pertinent to the management and protection of natural and cultural resources. You will need to clearly state your undergraduate/graduate degree(s) and submit your college transcripts or a listing of your college courses that includes hours and grades. Candidates must meet all qualification requirements as identified in the OPM Qualifications Standards Handbook. For information on qualification requirements please click here Qualifications. You must show that you possess the specialized experience and/or education as described in the job specific questions for this position. Where only a portion of your work experience would be creditable for this position, please provide the percentage of time that you spent on the specialized duties listed. General Experience: Experience in administrative, professional, technical, investigative, or other responsible work that provided a familiarity with natural or cultural history; fish or wildlife habitat characteristics; techniques of resource protection and use; recreational use of public lands and facilities; enforcement of laws, rules, or regulations; fire prevention techniques and fire suppression methods; or the practice interpersonal relations skills in dealing with the general public. Evaluations Upon receipt of your complete application package, a review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the basic qualification requirements. You will be rated on your experience, education, and training relevant to the duties of the position. In addition, interviews may be conducted for this position. Qualifications You must meet the following to be found qualified: GS-2 Park Ranger - 6 months of general work experience; OR High school graduation or equivalent. GS-3 Park Ranger - 6 months of general work experience, and 3 months of specialized experience. Examples of specialized experience may include assisting in visitor center answering calls from callers pertaining to general park information that may require assistance from supervisor or other staff; OR Successful completion of one year (45 quarter or 30 semester hours) of education, above high school that included at least 6 semester hours of related course work; OR A combination of experience and education to meet total experience.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  $11.06 - $28.89

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Park Ranger (Interpretive)
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 2/10/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Major Duties The Park Ranger’s major responsibilities are to educate, interpret, and inform the public about the significance and uniqueness of the Pompey’s Pillar National Monument’s (PPNM’s) resources, conservation and ecologically sound practices, and the laws, rules, and regulations developed to protect the site’s resources and provide for their safe use. To support this effort, the incumbent performs a variety of duties including, but not limited to, the following: Assisting the Monument Manager in planning, directing, and implementing the interpretive, environmental education, and outreach programs. Developing an Interpretive Master Plan, interpretive theme(s), interpretive displays, and interpretive programs for the PPNM and adjacent lands. Developing and initiating education and outreach elements of education programs including American history, historical resource management, watershed restoration and local ecology and biology. Scheduling and organizing programs for visiting school groups. Supporting and performing maintenance activities on a wide array of grounds, equipment, and facilities. Managing cash register and computer systems to collect fees, process sales at the gift shop, and perform associated reconciliation tasks. Recommending structure installation or changes in policy needed to protect visitors or resources.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements You must meet all qualification requirements by the closing date of the announcement. Evaluations Upon receipt of your complete application package, a review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the basic qualification requirements. Your rating will be based on your responses to the Job Specific Questionnaire and the information stated in your resume. If you meet the qualification requirements, your application will be placed in one of three categories: Best Qualified, Highly Qualified, or Qualified. Within these categories, applicants eligible for veteran's preference will receive selection priority over non-veterans. In addition, interviews may be conducted for this position. The interviews may be conducted on a pass/fail basis or may be scored. The job specific questions relate to the following knowledge, skills, and abilities required to do the work of this position: Knowledge of the tools and techniques of interpretation in the setting of the sites. Knowledge in considerable depth of the natural and cultural resources of the specific site to which assigned, to include knowledge of scientific methods, protocols and sources. Knowledge of the methods and sources of research and study in the particular fields required for preparation of interpretive activities and materials for the type of site involved. This would include knowledge of social science methods, procedures and research for use in the development of interpretive media and messages in public use management efforts. Knowledge of and experience in the wide range of activities involved in public use management integral to continuing site operations. Knowledge of the recreational resources and associated regulations of the site and of the surrounding area including fee collection and fee based recreation programs.

PREFERRED SKILLS:  

WAGES:  $22.96 - $29.85

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Park Ranger (Off-Highway-Vehicle)
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 8/31/2014
JOB TYPE:      
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: BLM-TEMP-2014-0030 Major Duties Park Rangers (Off-Highway-Vehicle Trail Ranger) support the Bureau's recreation program. They work with the public to provide information, conduct permit compliance, and safety inspections. They respond to emergency situations. They participate in evaluating visitor use patterns, preparing and maintaining recreation sites, and monitoring condition of sites and natural and cultural resources. Work may take place in extremely remote environments and may require primitive camping and living skills for upwards of two weeks in duration. Off-Highway-Vehicle Rangers (OHV Rangers) greet riders, provide visitor information and education concerning responsible OHV use on public lands, monitor for compliance with BLM travel plan rules and regulations, monitor for resource damage to road/trail sign installation, trail maintenance, and monitor visitor safety and offer aid in emergencies. As non-commissioned (non-law enforcement) personnel, Trail Rangers must possess excellent public relations skills. Additional duties include assisting Recreation staff with Wilderness Study Area and dispersed recreation site management. Candidates need to be available from April to September and willing to work weekends and holidays. For the El Centro, CA, location candidates need to be available to work during September through April for approximately six months and willing to work weekends and holidays. The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain; to include very steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces; positions require physical exertions, such as, bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, or similar activities. Individuals should be capable of working alone, or with other people, during early morning hours, night, or during the day.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: Requirements Educational Requirement: Related coursework for this position is coursework in the amount as specified at each grade level below, that includes Major study in natural resource management, natural sciences, earth sciences, history, archeology, anthropology, park and recreation management, law enforcement/ police science, social sciences, museum sciences, business administration, public administration, behavioral sciences, sociology, or other closely related subjects pertinent to the management and protection of natural and cultural resources. You will need to clearly state your undergraduate/graduate degree(s) and submit your college transcripts or a listing of your college courses that includes hours and grades. Candidates must meet all qualification requirements as identified in the OPM Qualifications Standards Handbook. For information on qualification requirements please click here Qualifications. You must show that you possess the specialized experience and/or education as described in the job specific questions for this position. Where only a portion of your work experience would be creditable for this position, please provide the percentage of time that you spent on the specialized duties listed. General Experience: Experience in administrative, professional, technical, investigative, or other responsible work that provided a familiarity with natural or cultural history; fish or wildlife habitat characteristics; techniques of resource protection and use; recreational use of public lands and facilities; enforcement of laws, rules, or regulations; fire prevention techniques and fire suppression methods; or the practice interpersonal relations skills in dealing with the general public. NOTE: Applicants for Medford and Merlin, Oregon must report to work having the ability to operate OHVs safely. Evaluations Upon receipt of your complete application package, a review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the basic qualification requirements. You will be rated on your experience, education, and training relevant to the duties of the position. In addition, interviews may be conducted for this position. Qualifications You must meet the following to be found qualified: GS-5 Park Ranger - One year of specialized work experience equivalent to at least GS-4 level. Examples of specialized experience may include collecting and recording information on items such as water quality and sediment samples, vegetation, exotic plant infestation, wildlife and fish populations, and erosion control and site rehabilitation problems; conducting a radio dispatch operation, providing communication service for operational activities in areas such as emergency assistance, law enforcement, and firefighting support; and conducting scheduled and special patrols of land and water areas; OR Successful completion of four year (180 quarter or 120 semester hours) course of study above high school leading to a bachelor's degree, which included 24 semester hours of related course work; OR A combination of experience and education to meet total experience.

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Political Director
Conservation Voters New Mexico

INDUSTRY: Non-Profit
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 07/16/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
WORK SCHEDULE:    hours per week

JOB DUTIES: Political Director Full time. Serve as the chief politicalstrategist in the organization. Create the conditions for an environmental “Cycle of Accountability” in NM. Develop the political strategy for achieving our mission based on the existing organizational strategic plan, and oversee the plan’s implementation. Identify and foster conservation-minded leaders to run for office in key districts. Serve as head lobbyist of CVNM. Work with the Executive Director to continually strengthen CVNM’s outreach with the environmental and political communities. Competitive nonprofit salary, with level depending on experience; health care benefits; generous vacation and sick leave; and an outstanding sabbatical policy. Visit CVNM.org for full job listing.

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Public Affairs Specialist
Bureau of Land Management

INDUSTRY: public land management
LOCATION: Reno, NV

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 4/07/2014
JOB TYPE: Full-time    
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JOB DUTIES: Announcement Number WY-Merit-2014-0046 Duties at the GS-9 level will be less complex and closely reviewed and supervised. Duties at the Full Performance Level GS-11: You will develop public affairs plans and public participation plans for major projects; prepare public affairs portion of annual work plan; advise management on strategies for future public contact activities; develop and assist in procuring and presenting interpretive materials and exhibits relating to multiple use management of public lands and specials emphasis programs; produce, edit and ensure publication of brochures, maps, audio-visual materials, etc. for public information and education purposes; create and maintain a local public service and education program involving school systems, specials community events and various special and public interest groups; serves as District Managers’ representative to various contacts in both formal and informal situations. Physical Demands: This position may require some physical exertion when working in the field developing public affairs materials such as news stories or feature articles. Incumbent will occasionally be required to operate sedans and 4 wheel drive vehicles in rough and remote terrain.

MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS: In order to qualify, applic