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On Air Personality

Professional, Hourly

What You'll Do: • Collaborate in the prep, production, and performance of a 4 person afternoon show • Engage daily with show’s audience via phone and the station's accounts on social media, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram • Conduct On-Air interviews when appropriate • Live remotes and personal appearances; some of which may be outside of “normal” business hours • Assist in brainstorming and planning promotions and programming activities as related to the show and station • Create original content and perform live broadcasts that are entertaining and informative. • Participate and create original content for all social media platforms; manage online personality presence • Protect the station’s FCC license • Ensure that promotions and contests are executed properly • Perform necessary production work • Represent Show, Station, and Company in a positive and professional manner • Collaborate on and actively participate in revenue generation through endorsements. events, & promotions etc • Other duties as required by management

Supervisory Research Plant Physiologist/Soil Scientist/Hydrologist

Professional, Hourly

Duties Specific personal research objectives may include: Assess using field microclimate and biophysical plant canopy measurements, which are complemented with biochemical and physical modeling, the climate change adaptation potential of plants and silvopasture practices under a non-stationary climate. Develop surface renewal and modified eddy covariance energy balance flux measurement techniques that are optimized to measure and characterize energy balance components within a plant canopy at the field scale. Identify soil biochemical compounds contributing to resilient soil-crop interfaces for intensively managed farming systems, with changes in soil aggregation, soil water content, soil carbon sequestration, and nitrogen supply. Supervisory duties include: Providing vision, establishing and maintaining an advisory stakeholder base and developing research programs to address stakeholder priorities. Exercising leadership and supervising personnel assigned to the unit that promotes scholarship and team effort. Maximizing the creativity and productivity of the unit. Hiring personnel and managing the human, fiscal and physical resources assigned to the unit. Serving as the Unit fund holder. Providing technical information and consultation both internal and external to Agricultural Research Service. Ensuring the proper interpretation and reporting of scientific research results.

Administrative Officer

Professional, Hourly

Duties Monitor standard procedures used for accountability/tracking of real and personal property, vehicle utilization, travel, credit cards, and extramural agreements. Provide day-to-day liaison and problem resolution between administrative staff, program personnel, stakeholders, and/or union employees. Prepare a variety of reports and advise management on the status of funds, expenses, and obligations, as required by higher management. Participate in long-range planning activities and establish and monitor specific plans for the increased utilization of facilities, equipment, and supplies to assure that research needs are met with minimum need for acquisition. Review requests for personnel actions and provide advice and recommendations to location program officials on propriety, relative need, and special problems which may be encountered in processing such requests.

Maintenance Worker (Renderer Operator)

Professional, Hourly

Duties Keeps supervisor fully informed of maintenance or operating issues and the condition of the units at all times. Performs maintenance and repairs to existing utility and mechanical systems such as electrical, sewage, and water. Completes preventative maintenance on the units based on the manufacturer’s recommended practices and FEU preventative work orders. Provides support with the installation of new systems and equipment

Store Managers

Professional, Hourly

Family Dollar is looking for full time managers. Please use the pdf below for how to apply and benefits information.

Literacy Instructors

Professional, Hourly

Literacy Instructors

Social Worker

Professional, Hourly

Summary Under general supervision, works closely with managers, public health workers, other community health workers, professional students, and medical/behavioral/social services agencies to provide short term care coordination and connection to resources and support to program clients to improve their health and general well-being through education and provision of coordination of care and resources that support program clients to improve their health and general well-being while engaging with at-risk populations with complex psycho-social histories. Provides a range of assessment and case referral services for individuals, couples, and/or families, as appropriate to the specific expectations of the position. Manage and supervise the daily activities of a team of Community Health Workers. May provide practical training and guidance to students and/or paraprofessional staff, as required. Application Deadline is 5/20/24

Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court

Professional, Hourly

Here are the available positions: METROPOLITAN COURT PROBATION OFFICER II - Position Number: 10103327 METROPOLITAN COURT PROBATION OFFICER II - Position Number: 975 METROPOLITAN COURT PROBATION OFFICER II - Position Number: 10110497 METROPOLITAN COURT PROBATION OFFICER II - Position No. 54721 SURVEILLANCE OFFICER LEAD WORKER - Position Number: 10110886 BACKGROUND INTAKE OFFICER - Position Number: 948 Judicial Specialist 2 - Position Number: #28000 CASE MANAGER - Position Number: 10116383

Residential Youth Care Worker

Professional, Hourly

JOB CHARACTERISTICS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS: This is a professional position which requires organizational and communication skills, as well as judgment, tact and diplomacy in contacts with YDI employees, community residents, parents and local government agencies. Strict adherence is required to all regulation concerning confidentiality. Good general health and ability to lift and carry 50 lbs are essential. Background investigation to include fingerprinting will be required. TB Skin Test and Physical may be required every five years. Frequent travel is required by employee and proof of satisfactory car insurance is required. Youth Development, Inc. is an at-will employer. Employment is by mutual consent of the company and employee, and either may terminate the relationship at any time with of without cause or advance notice. This job is contingent upon funding; however, availability of funding is not a guarantee of continued employment, nor does it imply any specific term of employment. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Not Inclusive): Provides direct crisis intervention services to clients and their families when necessary. Is responsible for intake services involving new clientele wishing services from the program. Will offer intervention services to clientele involving identification of problems and will include developing techniques necessary for recommendations for an individual in their attempt to overcome such problems. Will make referrals and contacts necessary to various social service agencies that may assist in problem resolution. Will assist/monitor clients in managing the day-to-day running of facility. Will assist in developing and maintaining a recreation program for clients. Will do follow-ups on such referrals/contacts. Will maintain files/records of all intake, referrals and conference functions. Will assist in meal preparation in accordance to the posted daily menu. Will provide transportation for clients when necessary. Other duties as assigned. Closing 5/10/24

Behavioral Health Technician

Professional, Hourly

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Not Inclusive): Provides direct one-on-one crisis intervention services to clients at all time. Is responsible for intake services involving new clientele accepted to the Crisis Stabilization program. Will offer intervention services to clientele involving identification of problems and will include developing techniques necessary for recommendations for an individual in their attempt to overcome such problems. Will make referrals and contacts necessary to various social service agencies that may assist in problem resolution. Will assist/monitor clients in managing the day-to-day running of facility. Will assist in developing and maintaining a recreation program for clients. Will do follow-ups on such referrals/contacts. Will maintain files/records of all intake, referrals and conference functions. Will assist in meal preparation in accordance to the posted daily menu. Will provide transportation for clients when necessary. Will participate in weekly team meetings with staff, CYFD and others regarding client progress. Other duties as assigned. Posting Closes 5/10/24

Clinical Therapist for Child First

Professional, Hourly

Under the direction of the Clinical Director; will provide individual and family therapy services to referred clients DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Not Inclusive): Will work directly with the Clinical Director in formulating admission and referral policies and procedures. Will provide client assessment prior to program admission. Will develop treatment plans for all admitted clients. Will provide individual therapy services as appropriate. Will provide Family Therapy as appropriate. Will document all pertinent information in client files. Will develop reports as required. Will provide in-service training for all YDI staff. Other duties as assigned Posting closes 5/10/24

Terrestrial Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) Monitoring Program Intern

Internship, Stipend

4 Positions are available in Texas, Oklahoma & Arizona. 7/1/24-12/27/24. Applications must be submitted by 5/31/24. Please use the website below for more information and application.

Mental Health Therapists

Professional, Hourly

DesertWise is looking for several Therapists. Please see the pdf for full details. To apply send your cover letter and resume to info@DesertWise.com

Tularosa Municipal Schools

Professional, Hourly

School Social Worker Special Education Teachers PreK teacher Mathematics Industrial Technology Elementary Teacher Secondary Language Arts Art Computer Technology Social Studies School Counselor

New Mexico Restoration Specialist Internship

Professional, Hourly

Pheasants Forever is seeking interested people for a seasonal position located in Taos, New Mexico. This seasonal position will be working directly with Pheasants Forever, Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Intermountain West Joint Venture, and other partner staff to assist in habitat projects in Taos, on the Rio Grande Del Norte National Monument and other nearby areas. This position will be needed from approximately May to August (negotiable). Day to day supervision will come from PF, BLM, and partner staff. We are looking for motivated individuals with the ability to work long hours in the field during peak field season. Knowledge of and passion for wildlife management, natural resources management, conservation, and working lands is sought. Work will involve mostly field work but also some office work. Field work will involve driving highway and off-road vehicles and traversing rugged terrain on foot. A valid driver’s license is required. This is a demanding but rewarding job. The right individual will gain incredible experience working with landowners, resource personnel from several agencies, and volunteers while building, enhancing and maintaining conservation projects and wildlife habitat.

Court Interpreter

Professional, Hourly

Essential Tasks: Overtime is required when court is in session beyond normally scheduled working hours. Provide Spanish language interpreting services during court proceedings. Respond to inquiries of Spanish-speaking public and guide them to appropriate services. Translate court forms from English to Spanish. Evaluate docket and review court files to determine the need for interpreters and maintain a database of people who require interpreting services for future hearings. Maintain statistics regarding type of hearing and number of people requesting interpreting services. Have the ability to get along with others and to work under stress. Interpret simultaneously and consecutively verbatim; translate by means of either a written or oral mode; maintain confidentiality; organize and prioritize workload; maintain a high level of accuracy and interpret for people with limited linguistic skills and comprehension of the judicial system. May perform other duties as assigned to meet the operational needs of the Court. A more comprehensive job description is available at https://metro.nmcourts.gov or may be obtained in the Human Resource office of the Metropolitan Court.

Family Support Worker

Professional, Hourly

FAMILY SUPPORT WORKER: Under the direct supervision of the Program Director and/or Clinical Director. Will provide intensive home based services to families in order to reduce the occurrence of child abuse and neglect.

Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon Claims

Professional, Hourly

Attorney Advisor, Claims Navigator, Program & Data Analyst, Supervisory Program Analyst and Public Affairs Specialist. All positions will be based in the Santa Fe, NM office

Engineering Technician

Professional, Hourly

Serves as point of contact and subject matter expert for various engineering and architectural related problems at the NCAH campus. Provides technical engineering support for Center facilities Chief Engineer, Facilities engineering unit, as well as the various groups around the NCAH campus. Designs and drafts plan of work, seeking technical as needed to create best possible solution to various common and uncommon problems encountered on NCAH Campus. Consults with Unit foremen, in-house craftsmen, lab staff, animal care staff, and other applicable employees to determine best method of accomplishing project needs as appropriate. Reviews shop drawings and makes recommendations to CO regarding contractor’s pay requests. Reviews contractor’s cost proposals and makes recommendations regarding fair and reasonable costs. Closes 5/6/24

Counselor Social Worker

Professional, Hourly

Position Summary: Provide, oversee, and/or administer a wide range of psychosocial evaluation/assessment, diagnostic, counseling therapy, crisis intervention, and/or case management services in a high-intensity clinical environment which requires a high degree of independent decision-making and program administration. Lead and train lower level counselors/social workers, students, and/or interns engaged in related therapeutic/patient care activities, as appropriate to the individual position. Ensure adherence to Hospitals and departmental policies and procedures. Patient care assignment may include neonate, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric age groups. Sign on Bonus - $3,000

Case Manager Social Work I

Professional, Hourly

Position Summary: Manage the medically related social and emotional needs of patients and their families as needs impinge on patient medical conditions, treatment, recovery and safe transition from one level of care to another. Coordinate care with physicians, nursing staff, case managers and allied health professionals ensuring that patient outcomes are achieved within established timeframes and with maximum efficiency in resource utilization. Conduct high-risk screening, initial and ongoing psychosocial assessments. Ensure continuity of care through case management and discharge planning, providing social work interventions to expedite timely discharges, monitoring patient outcomes, and analyzing variances. Ensure adherence to Hospitals and departmental policies and procedures. Patient care assignment may include Neonate, Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult and Geriatric age groups. Sign-On Bonus - $6,000

Bernalillo MetroCourt

Professional, Hourly

Several positions are available, Please click the website to view details on the following positions: Probation Division-Specialty Court Programs, Interpreter Division, Probation Division x2, Probation Division-Specialty Court Program, Customer Service Division

To’Hajiilee Community School

Professional, Hourly

To'Hajiilee has several position in their school district open. Please view the PDF below

Clinical Compliance

Professional, Hourly

OVERVIEW: Responsible for oversight of clinical operations, ensuring compliance with all state and billing requirements. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Clinical supervision and training • Review all documentation compliance (i.e. assessments, treatment plans, progress notes, and crisis documentation.) • Provide support with crisis management team protocol, strategies, and post mortem evaluation processing for SI/HI clients • Implement training for CCSS staff on BHSD requirements for client care

Program Director

Professional, Hourly

Empower Youth, Shape Futures: Join Us as a Youth Emergency Shelter Program Director and Make a Difference Today! The Youth Emergency Shelter Program Director will play a pivotal role in providing critical support and guidance to young people in crisis, helping them build brighter futures and stronger communities in Santa Fe, NM. What would my job responsibilities be? • Collaborate with executive leadership to define and certify shelter services, ensuring compliance with licensing requirements. • Ensure the successful delivery of the Shelter service definition and certification and licensing requirements. • Oversee contract compliance, including data collection and billing systems, and conduct file audits. • Manage external relations with individuals, institutions, agencies, and funding sources, fostering community partnerships. • Develop, implement, review, and revise shelter operating policies and procedures in collaboration with the Human Resource Director and Director of Program Services. • Lead the development and implementation of annual operating plans and budgets. • Provide leadership in developing and writing funding proposals. • Provide direct client care, CCSS services, and billing functions as needed. • Participate in the hire, training, and supervision of shelter staff, ensuring clarity of job requirements and obligations. • Set attainable goals and conduct performance reviews, encouraging professional and personal development opportunities. • Participate in the emergency on-call system. • Develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders, including government agencies, community organizations, and donors. • Monitor and evaluate program outcomes, ensuring alignment with organizational goals and objectives. • Stay informed about best practices and trends in youth services, incorporating relevant innovations into program strategies. • Advocate for policies and initiatives that benefit youth experiencing homelessness. • Represent the organization at community events, conferences, and meetings.

Clinicians

Professional, Hourly

First Nations Community HealthSource has immediate openings for new and experienced Clinicians in our Albuquerque clinics. Behavioral Health Clinician: (Full-time or Part-time or Contract) NM State Licensure as an LMSW, LSAA, LMHC, LPCC, LMFT, LAMFT, LCSW, or LADAC required. Therapist will assist in the delivery of behavioral health services by providing mental health and substance abuse counseling to individuals, couples, families and groups. In addition, this person will provide case management and other duties as assigned. Counseling services will involve mainstream and non-mainstream approaches including collaboration with traditional healers, working within the client’s cultural frame of reference, and reaching out to the extended family. The Therapist will utilize FNCH computer systems for tracking and data collection. First Nations Community HealthSource provides affordable health services to a growing population of underserved and unserved individuals and families, including individuals experiencing homelessness. Some of our services include Primary Care, Dental Care, Behavioral Health, Case Management, Traditional Wellness and Healing, and Alternative Therapies. We are an FQHC and are eligible for student loan forgiveness under HRSA and NMPED. We offer competitive salaries and excellent benefit package. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We have a preference for hiring Native Americans. Resumes may be submitted to resume@fnch.org

Student Trainer Programs (STP) Facilitator

Professional, Hourly

The Facilitator of ADW Student Trainer Programs is a part-time position based in Santa Fe with duties that focus on co-facilitating, alongside an ADW Trainer, the following programs: ADW’s Work-Based Learning (WBL) and original Student Training group curricula for youth ages 8-22 years old, with and without disabilities during in-school, after-school, and summer camp programs; support WBL participating student trainers with all five pre-employment transition services (workplace readiness skills, work-based learning, job exploration, counseling on post-secondary education options, and self-advocacy instruction) in group and 1:1 sessions; provide case management and referrals for WBL student trainers; assist with recruitment of students; program coordination and outreach with existing and new program partners; facilitate special community events in the field of inclusive employment and education for people with disabilities.

Foreclosure Paralegal

Professional, Hourly

Job Description: We are actively seeking a skilled and experienced Paralegal to play a key role in performing foreclosures on delinquent timeshare owners. In this vital position, you will work collaboratively with our legal team, focusing on the meticulous preparation and handling of legal documents, case management, and ensuring adherence to deadlines. Your contributions will be crucial in streamlining the foreclosure process, aiding in the effective recovery of timeshare units and maintenance of operational continuity. This role demands a high degree of accuracy, legal acumen, and the ability to manage multiple cases simultaneously. You will be responsible for locating, contacting and discussing foreclosure options as required by NM law.

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.

Mixer/Host Part Time

Professional, Hourly

What You'll Do: • 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?

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. Job Responsibilities Meet and exceed monthly, quarterly, and annual budgets including spot, digital, and new direct business. Prospect new businesses on a weekly basis. Prepare and complete sales presentations with decision makers. Make presentations to include a customer needs analysis, research and supporting documentation, and creative business solutions. Follow up and close all pending business in a timely manner. Update Sales Manager weekly on progress of pending business. Work closely with other departments in creating effective promotional sales solutions for clients. Create and make presentations to agency personnel, including selling and pre-selling the station audience attributes. Provide exceptional customer service to direct and agency accounts. Personally contact each active account regularly- defined as an in-person meeting, including the presentation of pertinent sales information. Obtain credit approval for new accounts. Ensure all accounts are paid in a timely manner. Follow up and assist in the collection process for past due accounts. Utilization of and proficiency with Sales software. Attend special events, such as remotes and broadcasts, which involve clients. These events may occur after business hours and on weekends. Complete all written business requirements within established deadlines. These requirements include but are not limited to: forecast reports, pending business updates, written orders and advertising copy. Attend and participate in weekly sales staff meetings, individual meetings with manager and other necessary meetings and training as required by management. Have a thorough understanding of rates, promotions, inventory, and personnel. Continue to learn and stay abreast of trends in digital and broadcast advertising industry. Maintain regular, reliable attendance. Work cooperatively and collaboratively with others. Build working relationships with co-workers, customers, vendors and the general public. Complete other duties as requested and needed.

U.S Forest Service

Professional, Hourly

Apply today! Join the U.S. Forest Service and be a part of an organization that is committed to caring for the land and serving people. The Forest Service is hiring recent graduates. Jobs are available in a variety of exciting and rewarding occupations such as agriculture, natural resources, and business careers. The following positions will be open on USAJOBS March 20 – April 17, 2024. Recent Graduates/Merit • Natural Resources Specialist GS-0401-05/07 with promotion potential to GS-09 • Recent Graduate • Merit • Interdisciplinary Social Science/Natural Resources-Special Uses/NEPA GS-0101-0401-07 with promotion potential to GS-09 • Recent Graduate • Merit • Realty Specialist GS-1170-05/07 with promotion potential to GS-09 • Recent Graduate • Merit • Management Analyst GS-0343-07 with promotion potential to GS-09 • Recent Graduate • Merit • Resource Assistant GS-1101-05 with promotion potential to GS-07 • Recent Graduate • Merit • Administrative Assistant GS-0303-04/05 with promotion potential to GS-07 • Recent Graduate • Merit Review the job announcement carefully for required information to include in your application. Employment start dates may vary. The Forest Service will be attending the 2024 Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences (MANRRS) Conference occurring March 20 – 24, 2024 in Chicago, Illinois. You do not need to attend the conference to apply. The Forest Service is hosting webinars to help you through the application process. Join us and get answers to your questions. Note: You may be prompted to download the free Microsoft Teams application. Visit the Forest Service How to Apply webpage to view recorded webinars and our webinar schedule. Topics covered include Tips for Job Seekers, Navigating USAJOBS, Building a Federal Resume, and Hiring Eligibilities and Qualifications. Our webinars also include a questions and answers session where you can ask our team of HR professionals and recruiters specific questions related to the webinar topics. You must register for live webinars in advance by navigating to the Forest Service How to Apply webpage and select the webinar date you wish to attend. Visit the Forest Service Careers webpage to learn more about career opportunities, benefits, hiring events, and resources to help with the application process. We look forward to working with you. USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer, and lender.

Project Assistant

Internship, Hourly

Primary Responsibilities • Work closely with the project team to support progress towards grant goals • Coordinate logistics for the grant • Coordinate travel arrangements and process travel reimbursements • Coordinate planning for events • Develop and maintain communications systems for the network • Work closely with the project team to schedule, plan, and develop content for meetings • Develop and maintain a participant recordkeeping system • Support materials development • Manage, archive, and disseminate resources and materials Application Process Applications will be reviewed as received. To be considered, all applications must include your resume and a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications. Successful candidates will exhibit a combination of skills and personal attributes, including strong communication skills, flexibility, leadership, persistence, attention to detail, and a focus on possibilities. Cover letters should address these domains in addition to the job responsibilities. Email complete applications to preparedtoteach@preparedtoteach.org, using “Project Assistant Application for [Your Name]” as the subject line. The position will remain open until filled.

NIH Medical Scientist Partnership Program

Internship, Stipend

Students interested in pursuing a career as a physician-scientist may pair the NIH OxCam Scholars PhD Program with a U.S. clinical degree program or medical school via the NIH MD/PhD Partnership Program. Since the NIH does not grant MD or PhD degrees, the program partners with U.S.-based clinical degree programs and medical schools for the student’s MD phase of training and with the NIH Graduate Partnership Programs (GPP) for the PhD phase of training. Students who are applying to clinical degree or medical school (Track 1) as well as students who plan to enroll in medical school this fall (Track 2) are eligible to apply (see schematic below). Track 1 Pathway Track 1 is for students who are completing the undergraduate degree and currently applying to clinical degree programs. Accepted students may receive 4 years of funding support towards the clinical degree. Track 2 Pathway Track 2 is for students who are currently enrolled in a clinical degree school and are applying at the start of the rst year of clinical training. Accepted students may receive 3 years of funding support towards the clinical degree.

Maintenance Fellows Program

Internship, Hourly

If you're looking for career pathway opportunities with the Mora National Fish Hatchery in Mora, New Mexico or Rio Mora National Wildlife Refuge in Watrous, New Mexico with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, this PAID Maintenance Fellows program is what you're looking for!

Hydrology Intern Position

Internship, Hourly

Rio Mora Wildlife Refuge Please contact DeeAnne Meliopoulos at 505-398-6415

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.

City of Las Vegas

Professional, Hourly

The city of Las Vegas has several positions open: Updated 05/20/2024 Lifeguard (PT)- General Public Summer Day Camp Programmer- General Public Summer Day Camp Coach- General Public Accounts Payable Specialist (Temp Position)- General Public Fire Inspector- General Public General Accountant- General Public Cook(Pecos)- General Public Marketing Coordinator- General Public Scale Attendant- General Public WWTP Manager- General Public WWTP Superintendent- General Public WWTP Operations Supervisor- General Public WWTP Collections Supervisor- General Public WWTP Lab Supervisor- General Public WWTP Collections Tech II- General Public WWTP Operations (Intermediate)- General Public WWTP Operator in Training (OIT)- General Public WWTP Collections Tech (OIT)- General Public WTP Operations Supervisor- General Public WTP Operator (Associate)- General Public WTP Operator In Training- General Public WTP Operations Superintendent- General Public WTP Operations Manager- General Public Packer Operator I- General Public Packer Operator II- General Public Packer Operator III- General Public Senior Facilities Maintenance Technician- General Public Animal Care Technician (FT)- General Public Deputy Fire Chief/Fire Marshal- General Public WWTP Lab Technician- General Public Cross Control Technician- General Public Youth Program Coordinator- General Public Equipment Operator I (Water)- General Public Equipment Operator III (Water)- General Public Communication Specialist (PT)- General Public City Attorney- General Public Records Clerk- General Public KAB Coordinator- General Public Project Coordinator- General Public Equipment Operator I (Gas)- General Public Maintenance Tech I (Gas)- General Public Laborer (Water)- General Public Police Officer- General Public Communication Specialist- General Public Laborer (Gas)- General Public Laborer (SW)- General Public Firefighter (Basic)- General Public Animal Control Officer- General Public

Hydrology Intern

Internship, Stipend

There is an open Hydrology Intern position at the refuge complex through the Bureau of Indian Affairs WaterCorps program. The candidate would need to have tribal affiliation, a high school diploma, and be 18-34 years old. The duration is 26 weeks, with a start date in early May, flexible for the candidate. Living allowance is $600/week and there is a $3500 Americorps award upon completion! You will gain experience in various things including waterbird surveys, crop use surveys, pre-construction fence monitoring, and ungulate surveys, Responsible for play lake management, daily water delivery and irrigation at Las Vegas and Maxwell NWRs. Assist biologist and maintenance staff with the farming programs. Collecting and record soil samples. Develop an infrastructure database to monitor, track, and update water routing at Las Vegas and Maxwell NWRs using ArcGIS Online. Assist with the design and development of river restoration plans at Rio Mora NWR. Lead partners and volunteers in planting of native riparian species. Assist partners with pre- and post-riverbank restoration monitoring and invasive species monitoring. Assist with wildlife surveys (elk, waterbird/waterfowl, etc). Assist with refuge hunting program; develop outreach materials, check-in and out with hunters, etc. Assisting with occasional maintenance improvements and janitorial duties. Develop and implement the wildlife camera monitoring project at Rio Mora NWR. Assist with outreach and education programs and/or videos focusing on riparian ecosystems.

Floor Crew

Professional, Hourly

Job Overview: 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. Job Responsibilities: Partner with peers, on-air talent, producers, directors, managers, and members of the public to help ensure a professional TV newscast/show is produced. Operate and move TV cameras (studio and remote) and teleprompter. Floor direct for live and pre-recorded productions following scripts, verbal commands and non-verbal cues. Communicate clearly and quickly using verbal and non-verbal cues to talent. Assist talent as directed by supervisor. Aid in the preparation of scripts and materials for productions. Set-up props, furniture and other items including building, lifting, arranging, lighting and cabling needed for production. Tear down, clean, and removal of same. Communicate supply and material needs. Maintain studio by cleaning, vacuuming, floor buffing, storage, maintenance, and organizing equipment and set materials. Respond and work well in a crisis and during breaking news. Handle last minute and unexpected changes. Communicate quickly and clearly to others. Report to work on time and work established schedule/hours. Ability to work other hours or alternate schedules as needed. May travel and work on location but only on a very limited basis and in special circumstances. Complete other duties as requested and needed

Presbyterian Medical Services

Professional, Hourly

Updated 04/16/2024 8038 Care Coordination Assistant Manager 1.0 PMS Engagement Center Albuquerque Until Filled 8039 Care Coordinator II 1.0 PMS Engagement Center Albuquerque Until Filled 8032 Care Coordinator III 1.0 PMS Engagement Center Albuquerque Until Filled 8042 Intake Coordinator – Behavioral Health $6,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Carlsbad Family Health Center - Behavioral Health Carlsbad Until Filled 8044 EMT-Basic 1.0 Cuba Health Center Cuba Until Filled 8045 Dental Hygienist (20hrs/wk) 0.5 Farmington Community Health Center Farmington Until Filled 8030 Lead Customer Access Representative 1.0 Farmington Community Health Center Farmington Until Filled 8031 Mental Health Assistant-Sobering Center 1.0 Totah Behavioral Health Authority Farmington Until Filled 7937 Children's Services Coordinator - Mental Health & Disabilities 1.0 Children's Services - Sandoval County, Administration Rio Rancho Until Filled 8020 Lead Customer Access Representative 1.0 Rio Rancho Family Health Center Rio Rancho Until Filled 8043 Kitchen Aide - Children's Services (Temp/on-call) 0.2 Rio Rancho Head Start - Sandoval County Rio Rancho Until Filled 8040 Credentialing Specialist 1.0 Central Office Santa Fe Until Filled 8036 Teacher I $2,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Little Paws Head Start - Santa Fe County Santa Fe Until Filled 8064 Nurse Practitioner 1.0 Hopewell Family Health Center Santa Fe Until Filled 8047 Customer Access Representative 1.0 Socorro Mental Health Socorro Until Filled 8060 Program Aide 1.0 Arroyo Seco Head Start - Santa Fe County Espanola Until Filled 8056 Certified Medical Assistant $3,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Artesia Family Health Center Artesia Until Filled 8046 Customer Access Representative 1.0 Rio Rancho Family Health Center Rio Rancho Until Filled 8048 Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) Classroom Instructor $1,000 Sign on Bonus 1.0 Farmington Community Health Center Farmington Until Filled 8103 Contact Center Agent II 1.0 PMS Engagement Center Albuquerque Until Filled 8084 Dentist - Hourly 0.2 Artesia Family Health Center Artesia Until Filled 8099 Program Aide (40 hrs/wk, summers off) 1.0 Aztec Head Start - San Juan County Aztec Until Filled 8096 Physician Assistant 1.0 Deming Health Center Deming Until Filled 8100 Community Support Worker - Adults 1.0 Valley Community Health Center Espanola Until Filled 8101 Teacher Assistant 1.0 Carlton Center Head Start/Early Head Start/Pre-K - San Juan County Farmington Until Filled 8090 Customer Access Representative 1.0 Farmington Community Health Center Farmington Until Filled 8098 Medical Assistant I $1,000 Sign on Bonus 1.0 Farmington Community Health Center Farmington Until Filled 8088 Community Health Worker 1.0 Western New Mexico Medical Group - Gallup Gallup Until Filled 8073 Community Support Worker - Adults and PSR Classroom Instructor 1.0 Western New Mexico Medical Group Behavioral Health - Gallup Gallup Until Filled 8085 Certified Medical Assistant $3,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Grants Family Health Center Grants Until Filled 8094 Community Health Worker 1.0 Grants Family Health Center Grants Until Filled 8080 Family Services Assistant I 1.0 Rio Rancho Head Start - Sandoval County Rio Rancho Until Filled 8079 Teacher I $2,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Rio Rancho Head Start - Sandoval County Rio Rancho Until Filled 8083 Center Supervisor I 1.0 La Comunidad de los Ninos Head Start/Early Head Start - Santa Fe County Santa Fe Until Filled 8093 Director of Nursing II 1.0 Santa Fe Family Health Center Santa Fe Until Filled 8104 Teacher Assistant 1.0 Sweeney Head Start - Santa Fe County Santa Fe Until Filled 8220 Community Support Worker - Lead 1.0 Artesia Family Health Center Artesia 8192 Customer Access Representative 1.0 Carlsbad Family Health Center Carlsbad 8222 Mental Health Therapist - Remote $4,000 - $6,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Deming Health Center - Behavioral Health Deming 8207 Customer Access Representative & Medical Assistant I 1.0 Valley Community Health Center Espanola 8226 Mental Health Therapist - Independently Licensed $6,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Valley Community Health Center Espanola 8219 Certified Medical Assistant - Lead 1.0 Grants Family Health Center Grants 8221 Certified Medical Assistant $1,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Hobbs Family Health Center Hobbs 8225 Medical Assistant II $1,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Hobbs Family Health Center Hobbs 8215 Certified Medical Assistant $1,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Catron County Medical Center Reserve 8213 Teacher I (26 hrs/wk) $2,100 Sign-on Bonus 0.6 Little Steps Early Head Start - Sandoval County Rio Rancho 8218 Credentialing Specialist 1.0 Central Office Santa Fe 8211 Vice President of Information Technology 1.0 Central Office Santa Fe 8224 Accreditation Specialist 1.0 PMS Engagement Center Santa Fe 8227 Behavior Management Specialist (20 hrs/wk) 0.5 Santa Fe Family Health Center Santa Fe 8214 Customer Access Representative 1.0 Socorro Community Health Center Socorro 8255 Community Support Worker - Children 1 Artesia Family Health Center Artesia 8260 Head Start Teacher II $3,500 Sign-on Bonus 1 Arroyo Seco Head Start - Santa Fe County Espanola 8236 Certified Medical Assistant $1,000 Sign-on Bonus 1 Western New Mexico Medical Group - Gallup Gallup 8265 Family Services Assistant I (20 hrs/wk) 0.5 Nambe Head Start/Pre-K - Santa Fe County Nambe 8254 Nurse Practitioner 1 Catron County Medical Center Reserve 8252 Intake Coordinator - Behavioral Health $6,000 Sign-on Bonus 1 Rio Rancho Family Health Center Rio Rancho 8258 Cook - Children's Services 1 Rio Rancho Head Start - Sandoval County Rio Rancho 8261 Early Head Start Teacher $3,500 Sign-on Bonus 1 Busy Bugs Head Start - Santa Fe County Santa Fe 8262 Early Head Start Teacher (CDA or CDC) $3,500 Sign-on Bonus 6 Flores del Sol Head Start - Santa Fe County Santa Fe 8280 Family Services Assistant II 1 Flores del Sol Head Start - Santa Fe County Santa Fe 8266 Head Start Teacher $3,500 Sign-on Bonus 1 La Comunidad de los Ninos Head Start/Early Head Start - Santa Fe County Santa Fe 8267 Clinical Services Supervisor - Assertive Community Treatment $8,000 Sign-on Bonus 1 Santa Fe Family Health Center Santa Fe 8286 Community Health Worker 1 Santa Fe Family Health Center Santa Fe 8268 RN - Psychiatric 1 Santa Fe Family Health Center Santa Fe 8263 Early Head Start Teacher $3,500 Sign-on Bonus 2 Sweeney Head Start - Santa Fe County Santa Fe 8248 Mental Health Therapist - Non-Independently Licensed - Summers Off (40hr/wk) $4,000 Sign-on Bonus 0.8 Teen Health Center - Santa Fe High Santa Fe 8259 Medical Assistant II $1,000 Sign-on Bonus 2 Socorro Community Health Center Socorro 8250 Nurse Practitioner 1 Quay County Family Health Center Tucumcari 8253 Physician 1 Quay County Family Health Center Tucumcari 8251 Physician Assistant 1 Quay County Family Health Center Tucumcari

New Mexico Solutions

Professional, Hourly

Below is a list of open positions: • ACT Team Lead o Requires a master’s degree and active license in social work, counseling or related field • ACT Mental Health Therapist o Requires a master’s degree and active license in social work, counseling or related field • ACT Case Manager o Requires bachelor’s degree OR HS Diploma with 3 years’ experience • ACT Program Assistant o Requires HS Diploma

New Mexico Corrections Department

Professional, Hourly

Adult Education Instructor - Job Number -10111378- Clayton, NM - HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/47EPXS4KO - Adult Education Instructor - Job Number -10111377- Clayton, NM - https://TINYURL.COM/42VAREBT - Adult Education Instructor - Job Number - 31316 - Santa Rosa, NM - https://TINYURL.COM/2K6T2BP8 - Adult Education Instructor - Job Number - 29910 - Santa Rosa, NM - HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/YCYD56JE - Adult Education Instructor - Job Number - 42399 - Santa Rosa, NM - HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/MRNHRU8M - Career Technical Education Instructor - 37864 - Grants, NM - HTTPS://TINYURL/EXHEPYM5 -

Central Consolidated School District

Internship, Hourly

Central Consolidated School District has several positions open, please view the pdf below to see all of the positions and details. Updated 05/17/2024.

U.S Fish and Wildlife Service Fellowship

Internship, Stipend

If you’re looking for career pathway opportunities with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, this PAID Maintenance and Infrastructure Fellows Program is what you’re looking for! Work on mission-critical projects: • maintenance • engineering • architecture • climate change adaptation planning • hydrology • geomorphology BENEFITS • Hands on learning/training • Paid orientation with travel • Mentorship/professional development • Living allowance ($20/Hr) • Housing • Relocation assistance • Health insurance option • Non-competitive hiring eligibility (with successful completion of fellowship) ELIGIBILITY • Available to serve 12 months • High school diploma/GED • 18 - 30 years old (veterans up to age 35). • U.S. citizen or permanent resident.

New Mexico Solutions

Professional, Hourly

Outpatient Program: Intern Billable Therapist, Outpatient Billable Therapist Comprehensive Community Support Services: Care Manager Assertive Community Treatment: ACT Care Manager, ACT Therapist, ACT LPN/RN, ACT Certified Peer Specialist Treatment Foster Care Program: Treatment Coordinator Santa Fe Crises Center & Santa Fe ACT Program: Crisis Center Therapist, Care Manager, Peer Specialist, Medical Assistant/EMT, ACT Program Assistant, ACT Care Manager, ACT Team Lead, ACT Therapist, Contact Info: Theresa Garcia 505-228-7377

Behavioral Health Therapist

Professional, Hourly

This professional position provides therapeutic services to Behavioral Health clients.

Zip Line Supervisor

Professional, Hourly

Summary Use your leadership skills to be the lead in one of the coolest jobs in the world! Supervise activities of the zip line crew to maintain the zip line operations and to provide a high-quality experience for zip line customers. Takes a hands-on approach in guiding your team through all the duties of the Zip Line team.

Internships 4 Diversity

Internship, Stipend

LLC is excited to announce an exclusive set of internships available to currently enrolled students or those who have graduated within the prior 6 months. Internships4Diversity has been contracted to identify, recruit, and hire interns for a 10-week program for the U.S Army Joint Munitions Command.Students attending Minority Serving Institutions, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and Tribal Colleges and Universities are qualified to apply for this opportunity Majors Desired: Business: Management, Finance, Accounting, Supply Chain/Logistics Management, Graphic Design, Human Resources. Computer Science: Data Analysis, Information Technology, Management Information Systems. Communications: English, Journalism, Public Affairs. Public Sector: Cybersecurity, Emergency Management, Equal Employment Opportunity. Engineering: General, Environmental. Criminal Justice Applicants are due Immediately