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Biological Science Technician

Professional, Hourly

This position is located on Soils, Water, and Air Resources Research Unit, Agricultural Research Service (ARS), National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment (NLAE), Midwest Area (MWA), in Ames, IA. In this position, you will be focused on integrating the fundamental principles in soil, water, and air into animal, cropping and watershed systems that leads to improved environmental quality, sustainability, and enhanced agricultural system efficiency. Closes 12/15/2023

Direct Support Professional

Professional, Hourly

Direct Support Professional (DSP) and Direct Support Supervisors(DSS) include staff and contractors from agencies providing the following services: Supported Living, Family Living, Custom In-Home Supports, Intensive Medical Living Supports, Customized Community Supports, Community Integrated Employment, and Crisis Supports. The vast workforce of DSP and DSS must complete the required core curriculum training as well as individual specific training to be Attached flyer is just for job description & requirements. able to support people receiving services through the Developmental Disabilities Waiver program. All non-licensed personnel must also obtain a caregiver criminal history screening background check within 20 calendar days of hire.

Maintenance Mechanic Helper

Professional, Hourly

In this position, you will perform maintenance, repair, and preventative maintenance for a variety of carpentry projects. Closes Dec 14, 2022

Biological Science Laboratory Technician

Professional, Hourly

In this position you will provide technical support for the plant pathology program and will be responsible for carrying out field inspections, performing plant disease diagnostics using a variety of technologies, conducting seed health testing in support of the unit's mission, and technical operation and maintenance of laboratory and equipment. Closes Dec 14, 2022.

National Institutes of Health Undergraduate Scholarship Program

Scholarship, Stipend

NIH UGSP INFORMATIONAL WEBINAR AND Q&A SESSION https://nih.zoomgov.com/meeting/register/vJItd-yhrj0oHTVKiovFxa0cOqV5mbmXr8A Date: Thursday, January 5, 2023 Time: 3:00pm-4:00pm ET NIH UGSP INFORMATIONAL WEBINAR AND Q&A SESSION https://nih.zoomgov.com/meeting/register/vJIsdOqvqT0rGxqzpGtbQcfZUWWXGvtfNew Date: Wednesday, February 8, 2023 Time: 3:00pm-4:00pm ET The NIH UGSP offers competitive scholarships to students that are citizens and permanent residents from disadvantaged backgrounds who are committed to careers in biomedical, behavioral, and social science health-related research. The NIH UGSP will pay up to $20,000 per academic year in tuition, educational expenses, and reasonable living expenses to scholarship recipients. Scholarships are awarded for 1 year and can be renewed up to 4 years. For each full or partial scholarship year, you are committed to two NIH service obligations. The obligations are benefits of the UGSP, providing you with invaluable research training and experience at the NIH. Applications open January 5th, 2023 and will close March, 30th, 2023.

Juntobot Internships

Internship, Hourly

Juntobot has 3 Internships available, Direct Marketing, Social Media Management Apprentice & Community Manager Apprentice, please visit the website for more information on each position

Sipapu Ski & Summer Resort

Professional, Hourly

Sipapu has several openings, different types of positions are available. Please visit website to see all available poitions. Housekeepers Experienced Cook Experienced F&B Manager Experienced Housekeepers for Lead Position Guest Services for Lead Position Retail Store Manager Ski & Snowboard Rentals Manager Vehicle Maintenance Lift Operator Facility Maintenance Technician Ski School Supervisor Ski Instructors

RD-Technologist Intern

Internship, Hourly

Are you passionate about your work and dream of utilizing state-of-the-art facilities to explore solutions? Do you want to join a dynamic team that solves significant issues for our nation’s security? We are seeking a summer R&D Intern to join our dynamic team. The Engineering Sciences Experimental Facility has opportunities for undergraduate interns for the Summer of 2023. On any given day, you may be called on to: • Assist the Aerosciences and Diagnostic Science & Engineering Departments with various work projects • Work with a mentor to operate and troubleshoot large-scale test facilities as well as the associated instrumentation and data acquisition systems • Assemble, modify, or repair test hardware, mechanical components, and fixtures for testing • Acquire and process test data

RN

Professional, Hourly

The Registered Nurse promotes and provides direct nursing care to participants at the designated location. The RN is required to complete the nursing process at the direction of the Director of Clinical Services, and within the scope of the license held, collaborate with physicians and other members of the interdisciplinary team, and provide physical and psychological supports to participants and families as necessary.

LPN

Professional, Hourly

The Licensed Practical Nurse promotes and provides direct nursing care to participants at the designated location. The LPN is required to complete the nursing process at the direction of the Registered Nurse and within the scope of the license held, collaborate with physicians and other members of the interdisciplinary team, and provide physical and psychological supports to participants and families as necessary.

Administrative Assistant

Professional, Hourly

The Administrative Assistant (AA) provides coordination and direction by implementing administrative systems, procedures, policies and administrative projects for completion. The Administrative Assistant is responsible for maintaining business licenses, including facility. AA will monitor operator licensing and nursing licenses, vehicle insurance policies (AA initiates, maintains, and coordinates claim information), and others as needed by the agency. The position requires exercise of confidentiality with independent judgment and action to provide administrative information at an executive level in the organization.

Classification Supervisor

Professional, Hourly

Responsible for the management of classification and case management services, including case management and intake/discharge procedures in compliance with the Santa Fe County Detention Center and Santa Fe County directives. Supervises, trains, evaluates, and directs staff; conducts performance evaluations; manages schedules; reviews and approves leave requests. Provides Santa Fe County (County) employees and Elected Officials with sound Human Resources guidance. Plans, coordinates and supervises the administrative and programmatic activities of the department; recommends and implements Department and personnel changes as approved by the Booking Manager. Assists with budget preparation and control of expenditures. Assists with development and implementation of new and revised policies and procedures affecting the classification of new inmates; develops and implements an effective intake case management program; ensures compliance with administrative policies and procedures, including adequate record keeping, maintenance of schedules, etc. Coordinates case management services with the psychologist and participates as a member of the mental health team; recommends inmates for medical or psychiatric evaluation for emotional or psychological problems. Supervises the intake and discharge programs; promotes the development of positive social skills through modeling appropriate behaviors and intervening when inappropriate behaviors are observed; provides regular feedback to staff regarding social skills procedures and intervention techniques; maintains accountability of inmates and property, and adheres to safety practices; maintains confidentiality regarding employees and participants. Closing date is December 11, 2022.

General Services Administration

Internship, Hourly

The General Services Administration with the Greater Southwest Region has several job openings in several locations including some remote positions. Some require degrees & some do not. Please take a look through the website provided. These positions do have different applicant deadlines.

Seasonal Staff

Professional, Hourly

Each summer, more than 20,000 scouts travel from all corners of the US and abroad to participate in the rich backcountry program and trekking opportunities available at Philmont Scout Ranch. 36 staffed backcountry camps scattered throughout the 140,171-acre facility provide assorted programs ranging from rock climbing to horseback riding to mine tours and living history. Since 1939, Philmont programs have attracted more than 1 million participants. The Philmont property also serves as the national training center for the Boy Scouts of America and home to the National Scout Museum. Philmont hires more than 1,000 seasonal staff to operate and support programs in outdoor skills, backcountry adventure, family adventure, living history, training, food service, maintenance, retail operations, guest services, museums, ranching and horse/livestock, and administration. Length of employment varies with job assignment, but the majority of summer positions run from MAY 25th to AUGUST 22nd. Preference is given to applicants who can fulfill a commitment for the full season. Salary is based on positions responsibility with consideration given to the individual’s experience. Starting base salary is $1,225 per month plus room and board. A uniform voucher is provided to help cover basic uniform needs. Additional uniform parts are the responsibility of the staff member. Hiring for the summer season occurs on a rolling basis with the bulk of interviews taking place from September through April. There is no application deadline, but applications are typically reviewed by hiring managers in the order they are received and routed based on the position choices entered. All first year applicants should choose at least one base camp position.

Therapists

Professional, Hourly

Provide clinical treatment to clients and their families through trauma informed clinical modalities such as: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), Play therapy, Theraplay, Circle of Security Treatment Strategies, Nurturing Parenting Curriculum, Art Therapy, Sand Tray or Sand Play Therapy, Co-parenting, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and other TTC approved Modalities. Begin a therapeutic relationship with the patient or caregivers in the intake process. TTC’s standard intake process will take 1-3 sessions. Therapists must ensure the intake is filled out entirely. Therapist must assign a working diagnosis after the intake. IF their therapist feels the original diagnosis needs to be updated, they may do so with justifications throughout client’s treatment. Perform a thorough assessment of patient and/or family through the use of TESI (Trauma Experience Screening Inventory), LSC (Life Stressor Checklist), videotaped assessments (MIM or CROWELL), Post=Traumatic Checklist (PCL), The Children’s Impact of Events Scale 13 (CRIES-13) and Adult Attachment Inventory or other approved instruments. The Therapist will create a full and complete treatment plan (please refer to Employee Handbook) with the patient and/or caregivers. This will be presented to the patient and/or caregivers after treatment plan session and will need to be signed off on and added into the clients file. The treatment plan will need to be re-evaluated and sign by client and/or caregiver’s every 90 days. The therapist will create and maintain accurate and current documentation of each session through the TTC electronic medical records system. The session note will be completed within 24 hours of when the session was conducted. The clinical therapist will sign the note for the supervisor to review and approve. The supervisor will then sign the note if the note is accurate and complete.

Behavior Interventionist

Professional, Hourly

Behavior Interventionists provide 1:1 behavior intervention to individuals diagnosed with Autism and home, school and community based settings. Under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), Behavior Interventionists implement behavioral strategies to improve socially significant behaviors. Behavior treatment plans typically address functional communication, challenging behavior, daily living, vocational, and social skills. The Behavior Interventionist is responsible for monitoring goals outlined in the treatment plan by reporting progress to the BCBA supervisor through daily data collection and clinical documentation.

KOB-TV Editor

Professional, Hourly

Perform video editing that meets a high standard of accuracy, balance and ethics. Operate digital editing equipment (Adobe Premiere) and associated software Take/send feeds from field trucks, NBC, and other news organizations. Archive video daily. Manage time effectively to meet strict deadlines. Help clean and maintain edit booths and equipment including excellent computer file management. Communicate effectively and efficiently with reporters/anchors/producers/fellow editors.

Ambercare Home Health

Professional, Hourly

Ambercare has many positions open throughout New Mexico, positions available are RN's, LPN's, Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants, Occupational Therapist Assistants, Speech Language Pathologists & RN Managers.

Mixer/Host Part Time

Professional, Hourly

• Knowledgeable in digital content creation, active on a variety of social media daily • Must be driven and believe in being part of the community • Creative, compelling, talented, professional, energetic and understand how to deliver great stories • Monitor the music and commercial logs for the airshift • Ensure that promotions and contests are executed properly • Operate the control board and perform production work • Make personal appearances at station events and remote broadcasts • Other duties as required by management?

Part Time Promotions Assistant

Professional, Hourly

• Execute assigned on-site appearances (remotes), promotional activities and special projects; assist in all aspects of on-site appearances including vehicles and equipment (setup/breakdown), prizes/giveaways, signage. • Assist promotions and sales staff with station promotional activity inside and outside the station. • Facilitate, attend, and execute the appearance on-site set up and station visibility. • Be in charge of executing on-location station/client activations and promotions to a degree that will increase audience interaction and engagement. • Other marketing/ promotional dept. duties as assigned by manager.

Office Assistant Clerk

Professional, Hourly

Our company requires a highly motivated and organized individual to help facilitate the everyday duties of a real estate, as a part-time Office Assistant. Communication. You can listen and say information clearly when you speak or write -Assisting clients with purchasing -Managing property searches -Scheduling viewings, creating listings, and communicating between parties. You will be working Remotely, and independently most days, with the ability to initiate the follow-through for task completion. The ability to organize your workflow and prioritize according. Ability to work independently combined with excellent interpersonal skills. Send Resume to email address listed.

Rehab Counselor-A & Underfill Rehab Counselor-o

Professional, Hourly

Providing vocational rehabilitation counseling to individuals with disabilities and their families; assist in removing barriers to employment due to personal, vocational, social, psychological, financial, and educational concerns and issues; counsel participants on effective action to eliminate or reduce impediments to employment, achieve independent living and vocational goals. Assist eligible participants to include students, youth, and adults with disabilities, in exploration and choice of appropriate vocational goals; provide vocational information about career paths, job trends, and salaries. Jointly develop an Individualized Plan for Employment (IPE) with the participant; identify specific objectives to achieve vocational goals; assist participants to develop strategies to overcome and resolve barriers that may arise during the rehabilitation process; identify services needed to achieve objectives; negotiate terms of the IPE with other professionals as needed. Assist with supported employment services with participants who are determined to be the most significant disabled. Provide and coordinate services for participants; collaborate with community programs and professionals for medical, psychological, vocational, educational, or other services; staff cases and review client progress. Amend the IPE with the participant based on assessment of progress toward achieving objectives; monitor quality and timeliness of services and renegotiate terms of service provision appropriately. Deadline is December 13, 2023

General Services Administration

Professional, Hourly

General Services Administration has several different positions open, different locations including remote positions & they have different closing dates. Please go to the website provided to see the different available positions.

Program Mentor @ Geothermal Collegiate Competition

Internship, Hourly

The U.S. Department of Energy Geothermal Collegiate Competition pairs professionals in the geothermal industry with student teams participating in the current year's challenge. Individuals from any geothermal area are encouraged to apply, including academia, government, or industry. Mentors for the 2023 Geothermal Collegiate Competition are asked to express interest by December 13, 2022. Mentors and mentees will be paired in January 2023.

FINANCE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT

Internship, Hourly

The Undergraduate Student Internship Program is a year-round internship program that provides students with relevant professional experience while pursuing an undergraduate degree. Students are able to work with professionals in a variety of career fields. We offer competitive compensation and value the contributions of all team members. Be a part of our very important national security mission by joining the Laboratory today! The Finance Undergraduate Internship program is designed for the student pursuing their undergraduate degree in the Business field. Students will be placed in various positions in the Finance organization. There are 5 positions available. Visit website & search job IRC113690

Associate Planner M13

Professional, Hourly

Perform technical and professional support work in an assigned planning area including, but not limited to, policy planning, transit, public works, parks and recreation, family and community services and specialized Capital Implementation Program projects; provide information and assistance to the business community, officials and the public on planning, housing and development, Capital Implementation Program projects and related matters.

2023 Green Teams Summer Internnship

Internship, Hourly

The PSEG Institute for Sustainability Studies is pleased to announce that undergraduate student applications are now open to join our summer 2023 GREEN TEAMS Internship Program running from May 30 - August 3, 2023. This is the eighth year that this program brings together students from diverse backgrounds and majors to address sustainability challenges for a wide array of organizations including but not limited to corporations, local businesses, municipalities, community groups, government agencies, and nonprofits. Over ten weeks, students work with industry experts to achieve high-level deliverables and present a comprehensive and actionable written report in addition to a group TED-style presentation to their hosting organization. The Green Teams Program is a PAID summer internship for undergraduate students hosted at the PSEG Institute for Sustainability Studies (PSEG ISS) at Montclair State University. PSEG ISS plays a transformative role in providing transdisciplinary research and education to address real-world sustainability issues. We believe building academiccorporate- public partnerships provides vital research and knowledge on how to produce feasible solutions for our collaborating organizations and beyond. Deadline is 01/19/2023

Licensed Professional Counselors

Professional, Hourly

Counseling in Behavioral/Mental Health. Full Time , Part Time , Contract & Internship available. Upload and send your resume to the email & shift availability.

Members, Leaders & Summer Associates

Professional, Stipend

As a member in the VISTA program, you serve full time for one-year. You will build capacity in nonprofit organizations and public agencies to help them more effectively generate the commitment of private sector resources, encourage volunteer service at the local level, and empower individuals and communities in NM.

Finance & Grants Specialist

Professional, Hourly

The North Central New Mexico Economic Development District (NCNMEDD) is seeking a highly motivated and proactive individual for a Finance and Grants Specialist. This position will oversee finance and reporting for a three-year, $6.4 million federal grant project, funded by the EDA Good Jobs Challenge program. The position will work directly with internal staff and external sub-awardees to ensure compliance with generally accepted accounting principles and grant-related requirements. The position will support the Project Director in the implementation and oversight of grant specific internal controls, tracking of grant milestones and expenditures, and oversight of evaluation processes.

Media-Journalism

Professional, Hourly

• Contacting businesses to sell radio, sponsorship, streaming audio, podcast, and other digital advertising • Spending the majority of work time engaging in business development activities • Achieving monthly, quarterly, and annual sales quotas • Aiding in the collections process for all campaigns sold • Preparing sales proposals • Providing highest-level of customer service • Resolving customer problems • Communicating with other departments to assure quality service in executing all aspects of advertising campaigns • Attending sales meetings, company trainings and events (upon return of live events) Performing all tasks perceived, assigned, and/or required that contribute to the smooth running of the department and to the achievement of departmental and company goals

Forest Health Internship

Internship, Hourly

The Forest Health Intern will develop skills related to forest insect and disease monitoring, including forest pest surveying and pest identification, working alongside government and non-government organizations across the state of South Dakota. This position will also assist with GIS data collection, mapping, stewardship plan monitoring, community forest inventory, and educational outreach.

Urban Forestry Internship

Internship, Hourly

This intern will assist the Urban Forestry Team and municipalities with ongoing community forestry projects. This will include community tree inventories, forest health projects, grant project follow-up, data entry, GIS mapping, landowner assistance, Arbor Day contest graphics, and general maintenance of the program. Deadline 01/24/2023

Forest Stewardship Internship

Internship, Hourly

The intern will complete monitoring requirements for the Forest Stewardship Program and assist service foresters with field and office work, such as boundary line location, providing assistance to landowners, data entry, bark beetle projects, windbreak condition assessments, GIS work, map preparation, community forest inventory, and general maintenance.

Service Forester

Professional, Hourly

This is a Full-Time 40 Hours Weekly position with the Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources. For more information on the Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources, please visit https://danr.sd.gov/. This position will be part of the rural forestry team within the division. Duties include forest management assistance, coordinate and administer forestry activities and programs with landowners, local government agencies, and conservation districts; provide technical assistance; write forest stewardship plans; provide educational information to ensure effective conservation practices related to trees, forests, and the protection of the state's resources, tree insect and disease identification and management. Day travel is frequent and overnight trips will average about 2-3 nights per month. Some air travel may be required to attend meetings or trainings out of state. Normal work hours will be 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. This position will entail outdoor work in all weather conditions and the ability to walk for extended distances on rough terrain.

UNICEF U.S.A.

Internship, Hourly

UNICEF is recruiting students for a paid engagement internship! Interns will improve the City by analyzing data, studying government policies, gathering information from City residents, summarizing research, and interviewing key City stakeholders. Interns will be part of some of the most important decision-making in our city, and every child will benefit from students’ perspectives and expertise. Ideal candidates will be highly reliable, independent, and professional. Interns must have a strong interest in key city issue areas, such as education, the economy, housing, health, etc. Interns will work 10-15 hours a week from November until the end of June (tentative dates are November 19 - June 27) with weekly stipends. Interested applicants will be able to apply starting Friday, November 4. Students will be reviewed on a rolling basis with application details. The internship is completely virtual and open to both undergraduate and graduate students. Applications will be reviewed and students will be contacted with application details on a rolling basis. We encourage you to apply as soon as possible.

Floor Crew

Professional, Hourly

This position is responsible for all of the studio production elements as well as the operation of studio cameras and production equipment for live and recorded television newscasts and shows.

Audacy Media- Journalism- Newspaper

Professional, Hourly

Audacy, Denver is currently seeking part-time On-Air talent for KS 107.5, KQKS-FM. • Create original content and performing live broadcasts that are entertaining and informative. • Participate and create original content for all social media platforms; managing on-line personality presence • Protect the station’s FCC license • Monitor the music and commercial logs for the air-shift • Ensure that promotions and contests are executed properly • Operate the control board and perform production work • Other duties as required by management

KOB-TV Account Executive

Professional, Hourly

The Account Executive is responsible for selling advertising to clients and developing new business relationships by prospecting, developing and selling new direct-business accounts, making sales presentations, performing collections, maintaining client relations and sales.

Operations Excellence Intern

Internship, Hourly

Web Design - unleash your creativity with Word Press and Canva• Data Analytics - tons of on the job Excel training• Performance Management - build relationships with all departments and track Key Performance Indicators(KPIs) and metrics, great networking for future career opportunities• Strategic Planning – communicate the county’s and department’s plan of operations, ensuring that the county is doing the right things to meet the needs of the community• Dashboards - build interactive graphs to tell the county's story and our accomplishments Learn more about OEO

Mental Health Providers

Professional, Hourly

While providing dyadic, family and individual therapy, the clinical therapist utilizes comprehensive assessments including a bio-psycho-social assessment, co creates the treatment plan with client and family and reviews this plan every 90 days, creates a progress note for each therapeutic session and provides treatment summaries upon request. Each Non-Independent clinical therapist must hold a PLMHC, PLMSW, LMHC, LMSW or MFT designated by the State of New Mexico. Maintains a minimum clinical treatment case load of 26+ billable client sessions per week as well as attend individual and group supervision weekly and follows all Small Steps Employee Policies and Procedures. The clinical therapist will be subject to the general supervision, advice and direction of Small CEO, Clinical Director, Clinical Supervisors and Practice Management.

El Pomar Foundation Fellowship

Internship, Hourly

Would you like to have an impact in the communities of Colorado? Are you curious about philanthropy? Do you want to accelerate your career and challenge yourself personally and professionally? Do you want to join a global network of influential alumni? If you answered ‘yes” to any of these, then check out the El Pomar Fellowship! The Fellowship is a paid, two-year program which develops high-achieving, service-minded recent college graduates and early career professionals into dynamic community leaders primed to make an impact across multiple sectors. Fellows obtain valuable learning opportunities through direct exposure to Colorado’s philanthropic and nonprofit arenas, targeted professional development, peer management, program oversight and connection with an engaged network of nearly 300 alumni. Deadline January 10, 2023.

AWARE Mental Health Clinician

Professional, Hourly

The AWARE Mental Health Clinician will provide mental health counseling services to students at their assigned location. Farmington Municipal Schools has been awarded funds through the Project AWARE grant program. The AWARE grant provides funding to hire additional mental health providers to support our students. The AWARE Mental Health Clinician is one of the positions funded by this grant, as such, is subject to the availability of grant funds. The successful candidate will serve students at either Tibbetts Middle School or Farmington High School.

Engineer Pre-Professional UN

Professional, Hourly

Under the supervision and direction of a City professional, perform a variety of duties in support of an assigned area including research, data management, technical writing, analysis of statistical data, and program development and design. This is a long-term opportunity with a work schedule of approximately 20 hours per week and is designed to allow students enrolled in a post-secondary educational program the opportunity to experience their chosen career path, develop new competencies, aid in career development, and improve job prospects upon graduation. This is an unclassified at-will position.

Plumbing/Mechanical Inspector M15

Professional, Hourly

Inspect plumbing and mechanical systems on commercial, industrial, residentialproperties and related structures to ensure compliance with applicable building codes,regulations and ordinances; work with the general public, developers and contractors tomaintain code requirements and resolve issues related to code compliance and perform avariety of technical tasks relative to assigned areas of responsibility.

Impact Fee Administrator E17

Professional, Hourly

Perform a wide variety of professional duties to administer Impact Fees estimate andcollect impact fees for parks, recreation, public safety, roadway, drainage, and trail andopen space facilities in accordance with the applicable ordinances; maintain records andreporting in compliance with ordinances and state law; develop and maintain impact feecomputerized tracking system; review and approve impact fee credits and refunds fromrecipient departments; manage, track and maintain impact fee and financial records forimpact fee refunds and creditable improvements; present recommended revisions toordinances as appropriated to City Administration, staff and City Council.

Senior Engineer

Professional, Hourly

Perform a wide variety of professional engineering duties in support of assigned projectsincluding water treatment and remediation facilities, traffic engineering, transportation,street maintenance, bridge inspection, drainage, construction and environmentalengineering and ensure the cost-effectiveness of City engineering projects.

Therapist & Internships

Professional, Hourly

Please contact 505-265-0753 for more information.

KOB – TV Photographer

Professional, Stipend

Shoot video and edit news stories for newscasts on a daily basis. Work solo and with anchors, reporters, producers and assignment desk to shoot quality, compelling video for daily news, weather, sports, specials, and station websites under tight deadlines. Edit stories in-studio and in the field using Avid and Adobe Premier Pro non-linear editing software. Operate different live technologies, including microwave and satellite trucks, LiveU and Dejero systems. Work with reporters to develop stories using video and natural sound to "tell" quality stories. Respond and work well in a crisis and during breaking news. Handle last minute and unexpected changes, including extra work days and extended shifts. Communicate quickly and clearly to assignment desk, news managers, and necessary staff and talent. Act in a professional, courteous manner when representing the station and the news department.

New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs

Professional, Hourly

The purpose of this position Is to provide high level administrative support to the Director of Facilities and Capital Improvement. This position will also provide support for procurement such as, but not limited to, requisitions, quotes, spreadsheets, purchase orders, fund balance tracking. This position will submit work orders for Facilities. This position requires a work week of 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday and is performed in the Santa Fe office of the Department of Cultural Affairs.

Business Banking

Professional, Hourly

Enterprise has several positions & internships available for applicants. These positions are located in New Mexcio & all over the country, ranging from Tellers to Management to HR & so many more. Please go to the website below to see a full list of positions & locations.

VP, Business Banking

Professional, Hourly

Manage and expand an existing loan portfolio of business banking customers while also assisting bank partners with the development of new relationships. Business banking customers are those that generally have revenues under $10,000,000 and loan needs under $1,000,000. It is expected that the role be proactive in providing financial solutions to both existing and prospective clients. Also responsible for developing sound and profitable business relationships, assessing credit and exceeding customer needs and expectations while complying with regulatory requirements.

New Mexico Department of Corrections

Professional, Hourly

The New Mexico Department of Corrections is hiring for 50+ 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.

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

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.

TMOBILE 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.

Job Coach

Professional, Stipend

The Job Coach provides direct training and support services to participants primarily on the job and documents services as specified in the Individualized Service Plan (ISP). The Job Coach is also responsible to help locate and maintain competitive jobs in the community and to provide quality liaison between the employer and SMEM.

Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Case Manager

Professional, Hourly

Case Managers (CM) have critical and collaborative roles on the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT). They ensure that the individual in services is heard and that their needs and wishes for their lives are actualized. The Case Manager/QIDP carries a caseload of not more than 20 Intellectual Disabilities participants living in the group home setting. The QIDP is responsible for providing access to appropriate services for these individuals and their families/guardians requiring assistance. The QIDP also assesses situations, sets goals, and obtains the required services as necessary for implementation and monitoring of the quality of program services on an ongoing basis. The QIDP leads the staff in developing Individual Program Plans (IPP) and coordinates and stimulates the process for ensuring that the team comes to a resolution on the appropriate vision, goals, and objectives for each participant’s program. The QIDP is responsible for maintaining the Individual Program Plan and completing appropriate monthly, quarterly, and annual reports for each participant on their caseload. The QIDP/CM designs program objectives for the purpose of assisting in actual implementation of the person centered vision. The QIDP monitors programs and trains direct care staff to assure quality (daily, in some situations). The QIDP/CM provides accurate and timely documentation of this process following all ICF/IID regulations and standards.

Management & Sales Training Program Sherwin-Williams

Professional, Hourly

The Sherwin-Williams Management & Sales Training Program is an accelerated, entry-level position designed to prepare you for a Store Management role in 18-24 months. With Sherwin-Williams’ promote-from-within philosophy, you will have the opportunity to progress into an Assistant Store Manager position upon successful completion of the initial 6-8-week training. During the program, you will partner with store leadership to oversee a million-dollar business, providing leadership and insight into the development and strategy of that store. Through the course of the program, you will learn all operations, clients, and internal strategy, allowing you to understand the significant part you’ll play in the team’s success. You will grow the company’s market share by selling to large, commercial users such as painting contractors, purchasing agents, manufacturers, and other commercial users who need large volumes of our high-quality products. Our training experience provides you with all the skills necessary for a successful career in management and professional sales. After you complete the training program, you can count on a career trajectory with a clear beginning and an open end – meaning you shape your future!

Police Officer

Professional, Hourly

The department is seeking community-oriented, articulate individuals to provide police services to the citizens of Carlsbad. The selection process will involve several phases to include a written test, physical fitness evaluation, oral review board, and an extensive background investigation.

AllTruckJobs.com Scholarship

Scholarship, Stipend

Eligibility Requirements - To participate in the scholarship contest, applicants must meet the following criteria: 1. Be a legal U.S. resident, 2. Be a truck driver pursuing a CDL from a licensed, certified, or fully accredited CDL training school, 3. Be 18 years of age or older, and 4. Must be in good academic standing. Applicants should submit their essays via the form on our scholarship page here: https://www.alltruckjobs.com/scholarship.

NMPED Tutor Positions

Professional, Hourly

NMPED is currently hiring 150 math tutors in an effort to provide virtual algebra 1 math tutoring to 500 New Mexico high school students. The NM Math Tutoring Corp Program is reaching out to colleges and universities across New Mexico to reach those college/ university students that may be interested in applying for tutor positions. We are hoping this university will post our flyer for all students, so that they may take advantage of this great opportunity to help New Mexico's high school students. I have attached the flyer with QR code for the application. Should you have any questions please feel free to reach out to: Michelle Korbakes, Accelerated Learning & Professional Development Project Manager mkorbakes@swrecnm.org (575)491-5773 Ashleigh Trice High-Dosage Tutoring Project Coordinator atrice@swrecnm.org (414)988-3188 or (575)415-8437