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New Mexico Department of Corrections

Professional, Hourly

The New Mexico Department of Corrections is hiring for 30+ multiple positions in several cities. View attached pdf or view website to see all available positions & locations. These are time sensitive positions with applicant deadlines.

Information Technology Specialist ( Data Management/Internet)

Professional, Hourly

This position is located in the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) in the Corn Insects and Crop Genetics Research Unit. The selectee is not required to report to a government office, however, the option to work in one of the Agency offices may be available. In this position, you will perform web programming and database maintenance, and evaluate and interpret data in biological contexts related to research and breeding applications. Implements, upgrades, and maintains web interfaces to genomic databases. Assists in administering local databases in a Unix environment. Makes data available to others via web services and creates programs for accessing data in other databases using various exchange protocols. Installs, maintains, and integrates third-party web-based tools into the SoyBase and LegumeInfo websites. Designs interfaces for web pages; evaluating and improving page response times; interacting with database applications for data extraction and maintenance. Conducts training and briefing sessions for the SoyBase and Legume Database project staff on computer and database application.

Engineering Services Intern

Internship, Hourly

The Engineering Services (ES) department is responsible for assisting Unirac’s clients with engineering support of their projects. This includes site evaluation, engineering analysis and design for complex requirements, technical support, and permitting issue assistance. The ES department also assists internal teams with product application evaluation, design tools, and feedback. The Engineering Services Intern assists members of the ES department by completing a varied group of tasks which allow Unirac to quickly respond to customers and support projects and product development. Experiences gained during internship will provide an understanding of the solar photovoltaic (PV) industry, applied civil engineering principles, construction considerations and processes, conflict resolution, and many other valuable skills

Account Manager

Professional, Hourly

Work with the team to maintain and win business Support distributors and installers with Product Technical Support Sales Support Training Support Share feedback with applicable departments in a timely manner Utilize and maintain Salesforce CRM Visit local distributors and installers to create, build and maintain relationships

Customer Fulfillment Coordinator

Professional, Hourly

We are seeking an enthusiastic, positive customer focused Customer Fulfillment Coordinator who takes ownership of the position. This position’s primarily responsibilities include: entering orders to ensure lead-time targets and on time deliveries are met. Support professional, proficient in prioritizing and completing tasks in a timely manner, yet flexible to multitask when necessary. Customer focused, team player who is attentive to details and able to work in a fast-paced environment. Liaise with internal stakeholders and obtain appropriate information and data in order to meet business targets. Communicate to internal stakeholders’ changes in demand to ensure efficient resources and product availability. Escalate any issues to Manager when there is risk which could prevent the organization meeting customer demands or where there are over capacity concerns. Good oral and written communication skills.

Commercial Service Intern

Internship, Hourly

Perform financial analysis to determine price point and profitability for projects Create a financial review summary for pricing approval Design solar racking systems using Unirac existing design tools (based on Customer inputs) Prepare quote documents and append design documents Correspond with customers and internal stakeholders through email, SalesForce.com, and phone Review incoming customer requests for completeness and convert leads in SalesForce.com Approximately 10%-20% of time will be spent in the office, and the remainder of the time will be work-from-home due to local COVID restrictions. This is subject to change over time. Ability to work independently and communicate via chat, web meetings, and email are critical.

Account Manager

Professional, Stipend

Primary Responsibilities / Duties Work with the team to maintain and win business Support distributors and installers with Product Technical Support Sales Support Training Support Share feedback with applicable departments in a timely manner Utilize and maintain Salesforce CRM Visit local distributors and installers to create, build and maintain relationships

Frontline Retail & Sales

Professional, Hourly

Retail sales & customer service representatives.

Direct Care Professional

Professional, Hourly

The Direct Care Professional is responsible for participant progress toward Individualized Service Plan (ISP) goals and objectives and must understand and implement ongoing “active training” in an assigned group home location (2 - 6 participants) within our ICF/IID Waiver programs. The Direct Care Professional provides direct training and other support services to participants, at one or more locations, and documents such as specified in the Individualized Service Plan (ISP) while providing community integration activities at all times. Support services to participants include but are not limited to: personal hygiene; housekeeping; cooking; following behavioral, medical, and Individualized Service Plans to provide a healthy, safe, and meaningful environment to our program participants.

Director of Clinical Services

Professional, Hourly

The Director of Clinical Services is responsible for ensuring the day to day operations of all intellectual disability clinical services and for integration of clinical services in the agency’s programs. The clinical services director ensures that quality ICF/IID services are delivered to consumers in accordance with state and Federal regulations. The clinical services director is accountable for ensuring that SMEM ICF/IID services meet quality guidelines and that all ICF/IID programs meet regulatory standards. This includes responsibility for planning, developing, coordinating, and supervising the delivery of clinical services. The Director of Clinical Services is responsible for maintaining a bed occupancy rate of no less than 98%. The clinical services director is accountable for clinical portions of ICF/IID survey outcomes and for ensuring that timely plans of correction are submitted so as to ensure that licensure at each facility remains in good standing. Responsibility also includes integration and oversight of Occupational Therapy and Behavior Therapy and contracted ancillary clinical services, to plan and deliver measurable goals and objectives. The Director of Clinical Services is responsible for ensuring positive relationships with funding sources and surveyors by performing the following essential duties personally or through subordinate managers. The clinical services director is also responsible for maintaining all programmatic and operational records in a manner that complies with all state and federal regulatory agencies.