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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.

General Sales Manager

Professional, Hourly

Audacy has an opening for an experienced, high-energy, high-achieving multi-media General Sales Manager in Denver, CO. In this role, you’ll work alongside a team of passionate colleagues and with a high-achieving culture, committed to delivering results, marketing excellence and unwavering customer service. You must have a passion for music, digital media, all things audio and innovation. You will help influence the revenue growth of our highly influential audio and digital products by increasing existing business and converting new business through your team of account executives, and ultimately be responsible for pushing sales revenue forward. You’ll receive training, incentives and benefits from Audacy, a scaled, multi-platform audio content andentertainment organization with the country’s best audio broadcasting group and a leadership position in virtually every segment of the dynamic and growing audio & digital market. Audacy is the #1 creator of original, premium audio content.You must be a sales leader and have the skill and drive to motivate in today’s changing (and semi remote) environment, inspire a sales team to success, and contribute innovative ideas to generate revenue.

Biological Science Technician

Professional, Hourly

Closing Date: 03/01/2024 Duties Assisting in one or more phases of research related to plants by performing a variety of technical duties, in a laboratory, field, or greenhouse environment. Operating standard laboratory equipment, spiral separator, seed blowers and threshing equipment to perform routine experiments to data related to plant research. Experience with the field equipment such as controlled pollination structures, soil mixing and pot preparation, tractors, cultivators, tillers, and sprayers. Maintaining, calibrating, and modifying complex/specialized equipment and automated systems used for test and evaluation procedures. Contributing ideas towards the planning, sequencing, executing, and documenting of the technical aspects of the research project.

Tractor Operator

Professional, Hourly

Duties Operates a lawn mower. Loads, unloads and stores dirt, gravel, sand and salt, supplies and materials. Operates diesel and gas-driven farm type tractors with or without towed equipment. Performs all duties in conformance with applicable safety rules, regulations or procedures. Application closing date 2/28/24

New Mexico Meadow Jumping Mouse Biological Technician

Professional, Hourly

Primary responsibilities will include independently leading New Mexico meadow jumping mouse monitoring efforts. This entails placing and checking field cameras, recording field data on habitat conditions, and managing camera trap data. Roughly 75% of this position will be spent on the jumping mouse project. Assist invasive species specialist with river restoration and non-native, invasive plant species management along the Rio Grande River. This includes vegetation monitoring, herbicide application, manual removal, seed collection, and re-vegetation efforts. Roughly 10% of this position will assist on this project. Additional responsibilities will include but are not limited to assisting with providing field support to refuge biological staff, wildlife surveys, herbicide spraying, native seed collection, preventative maintenance on government vehicles, and cleaning and organizing equipment. The selected individual will also be asked to present their summer’s work, either as a PowerPoint presentation or video. Roughly 15% of this position will be spent on additional refuge responsibilities. Application deadline is March 3rd, 2024

City of Las Vegas

Professional, Hourly

The city of Las Vegas has several positions open Finance Director-General Public Administrative Assistant II (CD)- General Public Chief of Police- General Public WWTP Superintendent- General Public Field Customer Service Rep II- General Public Animal Care Technician (FT)- General Public Equipment Operator I (Water)- General Public Equipment Operator I (SW)- General Public WWTP Collections Supervisor- General Public Locate Person- General Public Deputy Fire Chief/Fire Marshal- General Public Recreation Specialist (PT)- General Public WWTP Lab Technician- General Public Cross Control Technician- General Public Youth Program Coordinator- General Public Project Manager- General Public WTP Operations Superintendent- General Public WWTP Operator in Training (OIT)- General Public Equipment Operator II (Streets)- General Public Equipment Operator III (Streets)- General Public Equipment Operator III (Water)- General Public Communication Specialist (PT)- General Public City Attorney- General Public Community Service Aide- 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 Packer Operator II- General Public Laborer (Water)- General Public Water Distribution Supervisor (2FT)- General Public WTP Operations Supervisor- General Public WWTP Collections Tech II- General Public WWTP Lab Supervisor- General Public WWTP Operations Supervisor- General Public WWTP Operations (Intermediate)- General Public WWTP Collections Tech (OIT)- General Public Police Officer- General Public Communication Specialist- General Public Laborer (Gas)- General Public Packer Operator I- General Public Laborer (SW)- General Public Firefighter (Basic)- General Public Animal Control Officer- General Public WWTP Manager- General Public WTP Operator In Training- General Public WTP Operations Manager- General Public WTP Operator (Associate)- General Public

Supervisor of Education

Professional, Hourly

Supervisor of Education, New Mexico Corrections Department Job #29922

Adult Education Instructor

Professional, Hourly

Adult education instructor

USA Jobs

Professional, Hourly

Soil Scientist GS-5/7/9 - open through 2/21 Soil Scientist GS-7/9 Recent Grads only - open through 2/21 Rangeland Management Specialist GS-7/9/11 - open through 2/21 Range Technician GS-4/5/6/7 - open through 2/21 Rangeland Management Student Trainee Intern GS-3/4/5/6/7 - open through 2/21 Rangeland Management Specialist GS-5/7/9 - open through 2/21 Rangeland Management Specialist GS-5/7/9 Recent Grads Only - open through 2/21 Rangeland Management Specialist GS-7/9 Recent Grads only - open through 2/21 Ecologist GS-5/7/9 - open through 2/21 Ecologist GS-5/7/9 Recent Grads only - open through 2/21 Hydrologist GS-5/7/9 - open through 2/21 Hydrologist GS-5/7 Recent Grads Only - open through 2/21

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

Carson National Forest Fuel & Fire Management Hiring Event

Professional, Hourly

Carson National Forest Fuel & Fire Management Hiring Event Applications will be accepted February 7th through February 16th, 2024! Please see the attached pdf for all open positions during this event!

Presbyterian Medical Services

Professional, Hourly

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

Supervisor of Education

Professional, Hourly

· A correctional reentry department promotes public safety and wellbeing by maximizing the educational attainment of our students, promoting their personal growth, and enhancing their capacities to succeed upon reentry into their communities. The Supervisor of Education oversees and manages educational and reentry programs, services, opportunities, and staff in a New Mexico Corrections Department facility The Supervisor of Education works closely with facility security and facility instructional staff to ensure smooth daily operations of education and reentry programs and services, advocates for student success, translates directives and guidance of the Education Administrator and the parent Reentry Division into action, gathers and prepares data for departmentally mandated performance measures and makes efforts to increase performance, and supervises and supports staff who perform a variety of educational and reentry duties. Note: Resume must include dates (months/years) to count towards experience calculation.

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

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Operations Research Analyst (Senior Financial Modeler)

Professional, Hourly

As an Operations Research Analyst (Senior Financial Modeler), you will: Serve as the primary analyst responsible for the model development process including conceptualization through data exploration, model selection, model building and testing, model documentation and deployment, user training, on-going monitoring, leveraging best industry practice while simultaneously accounting for the unique characteristics and risks of credit unions industry. Serve as a primary ONES resource on quantitative methods and research, and identify opportunities to utilize data mining and statistical techniques to develop and provide analytic insights, innovative and practical solutions to support NCUA's strategies and initiatives. Analyze economic conditions and policy developments in the financial service industry for their potential impact on the federally insured credit unions and the NCUSIF. Perform economic forecast and develop economic products and presentations to support ONES supervision program and scenario development. Review business processes, portfolio characteristics and technical documentations and apply econometric or quantitative methods to evaluate the full life cycle of models used by credit unions, focusing on conceptual model design and methodology, data inputs, model implementation and performance, model on-going monitoring and change management processes. Work with other members of ONES analytic team, ONES field examiners and specialists, and other NCUA groups to build ONES analytic capability and establish the internal model governance and model risk management framework. Work with ONES credit unions and third-party vendors to develop and implement independent validation strategies, including assessing their model development methodologies and processes, identifying potential model weaknesses and materiality of the risk, and developing necessary challenge models using statistical and econometric techniques and industry and proprietary data.

Utility Systems Operator Repairer

Professional, Hourly

Performs routine and nonroutine operation, maintenance, and repair of electrical, plumbing, boiler plant, chiller plant, and generator plant systems and components. Operates, repairs, maintains and monitors a bank of multiple mechanically fired, gas and oil-fueled water and fire tube boilers, whose maximum generating capacity is 320,000 lb. of steam per hour at 125 lb. per square inch pressure. Operates, repairs, maintains and monitors multiple banks of centrifugal and absorption chillers whose total capacity is 9,800 tons. Assists in testing and analyzing boiler water, feed water, condensate, chill water, heating water and cooling tower water using standard chemical tests. Starts, stops and switches all heat-cooling and ventilating systems and their associated equipment in their proper sequence. Checks gauges for proper temperatures and air balances, and checks plugged drains, malfunctioning freezers, and control panels. Uses maintenance and repair manuals pertinent to all equipment and is familiar with blueprint reading. Assists in operations and monitoring of a power management controls system which controls electric utilities for the site. Assists in the operation and repair of air compressors, fire pumps, domestic water booster pumps, cooling towers, water softeners and associated pumps, valves, and actuators. This position closes 02/20/2024

Film Makers @ the Tucumcari Film Festival

Professional, Stipend

Tucumcari Film Festival Unveils Exciting New Category: "Homegrown Films" Showcasing New Mexico's Cinematic Brilliance TUCUMCARI, NM – [Feb 5th,2024] The Tucumcari Film Festival is thrilled to announce the addition of a new and exciting category, "New Mexico Made Visions: Homegrown Films," dedicated exclusively to showcasing the cinematic excellence originating from the Land of Enchantment. This category serves as a celebration of the diverse and compelling stories, visual narratives, and creative talent flourishing within the state's enchanting landscapes and vibrant communities. "Homegrown Films" offers a distinct platform for local filmmakers, crews, and actors to shine, providing an opportunity for their works to be appreciated by a broader audience. The festival welcomes submissions that range from captivating short films, clocking in at up to 30 minutes, to feature-length masterpieces lasting 60 minutes or more. We extend a warm invitation to the vibrant community of New Mexico's filmmaking industry, encouraging both emerging and established talents to submit their compelling works. Whether through spellbinding narratives, breathtaking cinematography, or thought-provoking documentaries, "Homegrown Films" aims to capture and celebrate the essence of New Mexico's unique storytelling tradition. Key Submission Details: - Short Films: Up to 30 minutes - Feature Films: 60 minutes or more The regular deadline for submissions is March 31st, 2024. Filmmakers can submit their entries at the website listed below This is not a job but a chance to enter your film for a chance to be featured.

National Geographic Society Internship

Internship, Stipend

In addition to gaining extensive professional experience, our internship program seeks to inspire, educate and build lasting connections through regular events with some of the National Geographic Society’s staff, Explorers, educators and storytellers. Throughout the program, you will receive support and guidance from a wide array of National Geographic staff as you explore what it is like to help us achieve our mission to illuminate and protect the wonder of our world. Highlights • 10-week internship program • Mostly remote with one week in person - there is a limited number of in-person internships as well. • All internships are paid • Career development opportunity • Access to senior leadership • Community amongst interns • Strong commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion Thanks and let me know if you have any questions. Application Deadline is March 1st

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.

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.

U.S. Department of State Virtual Internship

Internship, Hourly

Virtual Student Federal Service This includes High School Seniors Attention students, are you looking for a remote internship opportunity? Join me on Tuesday, February 6 at 3pm PT/4pm MT for an info session on the U.S. Department of State’s most flexible internship, the Virtual Student Federal Service (VSFS) program. It OPENED TODAY for application. During the webinar, we will cover the program details, eligibility, and application tips. Plus, you’ll hear from current VSFS interns! Register here to get the Zoom details. The flyer for the event is attached to this email. Afro-Latinidad@State Panel Discussion: We are launching the first in a series of panel discussions this year that feature Hispanic/Latino employees at the Department of State. Join me on Wednesday, February 7 at 5pm ET as I moderate a panel discussion with four dynamic Afro-Latino colleagues in the Foreign Service and Civil Service. They will share their journey joining the Department of State, as well as the several student, fellowship, and career opportunities the Department of State offers. Register here to get the Zoom details. STUDENT PROGRAMS Attention students, two internships are OPEN NOW for application! Are you searching for a remote internship opportunity with the chance to work on meaningful issues and gain real world experience? The Virtual Student Federal Service (VSFS) internship program is open February 1-29 for application. This is our most flexible internship program. It is unpaid but offers flexibilities not available with our other internship programs. There is no minimum GPA required, no security clearance required, no restriction on year in college (you can apply as a high school senior or PhD candidate and everything in between), you can do the internship from anywhere, and it’s part-time! This internship is project-based. You can review the projects and apply here for up to five of your favorites. If you are interested in helping me recruit diverse and talented candidates in the Southwest, apply for my project here. Also see in the Events section above an opportunity to join me for a February 6 webinar on this internship. Are you looking for a paid, in-person internship? Our Student Internship Program is open February 1-9 for application for the Fall 2024 semester. This is a full-time, in-person internship that pays an hourly wage, provides housing, and covers your airfare! All majors are encouraged to apply. You must be a U.S. citizen student with a 3.2 minimum cumulative GPA to be eligible. You also must be a junior or above (including advanced degree students) at the time of the internship. Apply here before the February 9 deadline! Are you a current student or recent grad interested in a career in law enforcement? Our Clarke Diplomatic Security Fellowship will open for application on February 12 and close on April 29. This is a revised timeline this year. Those who would apply now are current juniors or recent grads who will start a two-year master’s degree in Fall 2025. This fellowship offers tuition assistance for a two-year master’s degree, two paid summer internships, a living expenses stipend, AND a job as a Diplomatic Security Service Special Agent with us when you graduate! Check out the website for more info. Interested in study abroad scholarships? The Gilman Scholarship and the Gilman-McCain Scholarship provide $5,000 for Pell Grant-receiving U.S. citizen undergraduate students to participate in credit-bearing internships overseas or study abroad programs. The Gilman-McCain Scholarship is for dependents of active duty service members. Applications are open now through March 7. Learn more about these scholarships and apply here. CAREERS For those who want to become a Foreign Service Officer (Generalist), the first step is registering to take the written exam called the Foreign Service Officer Test (FSOT), which is offered three times a year in February, June, and October. The February 2024 FSOT sitting closed today for registration. The June 2024 FSOT sitting will open for registration on April 15 and close on May 30. The October 2024 FSOT sitting will open for registration on August 12 and close on September 26. Register for the FSOT and read more about the test and testing logistics here. Also familiarize yourself with this page on the FSO selection process. If you missed the February FSOT Prep Session we offered, you can watch the video here. You may have heard about the Lateral Entry Pilot Program we launched looking for experienced professionals who want to join the Foreign Service. Read more about that program here and see if you qualify to apply for one of the seven critical skills areas. The deadline to apply is February 10. Links to all seven open vacancies can be found here. We also have Foreign Service Specialist positions (all links listed further below). Three careers in engineering and operations are open now for application. The Security Technical Specialist role is open now and will close on April 16. The Security Engineering Officer role is open now and will close March 14, and the Facility Manager role is open now and will close March 14. Attention STEM students - expanded eligibility for an engineering career! Our Diplomatic Security Service Security Engineering Officer that is open now for application has some important eligibility changes to highlight! We are now accepting applications from those who are juniors and seniors in college, as well as those who already have a bachelor’s degree. If you are a junior or senior majoring in any engineering field, physics, computer science, or cybersecurity, you are eligible to apply as long as your degree will be granted by December 31, 2025. This is a great opportunity to work through the application process and your security clearance while still in school with the hopes of having the job offer by graduation. We also hire year-round for Special Agents, Office Management Specialists, Information Management Specialists (IT professionals), and Consular Fellows. If you have Mandarin Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, or Arabic language skills, consider the Consular Fellows positions! See below for the list of current Foreign Service Specialist openings. Each link describes the education and professional experience required for the position. If you are interested in applying and want to talk more about the Foreign Service, please reach out to me. We currently have the following Foreign Service Specialist positions open for application: Medical Provider (MP) - open through 2/20/24 Regional Medical Officer Psychiatrist (RMOP) - open through 2/20/24 Facility Manager (FM) - open through 3/14/24 Security Engineering Officer (SEO) - open through 3/14/24 Security Technical Specialist (STS) - open through 4/16/24 Information Management Specialist (IMS) - open year-round Office Management Specialist (OMS) - open year-round Diplomatic Security Service Special Agent (SA) - open year-round Foreign Service Consular Fellows (for Arabic, Spanish, Portuguese, and Mandarin Chinese speakers) - open year-round For the current list of all Foreign Service Specialist job postings, visit https://careers.state.gov/apply-now/. For the current list of all Civil Service (domestic) career opportunities, visit https://www.usajobs.gov/.

Operations Specialist

Professional, Hourly

The University of New Mexico’s Project ECHO has a great opportunity for an Operations Specialist to join our Peer Education Project Team! The Operations Specialist will be working with our New Mexico Peer Education Project (NMPEP). Project ECHO has continued expanding the scope of its civics and justice involved programs. The NMPEP Team trains incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people to become peer educators with the goal of educating the community on key health issues, increasing general health literacy, reducing risky behaviors, and increasing job readiness upon release.

Program Manager for Prison Programs

Professional, Hourly

The University of New Mexico’s Project ECHO has an amazing opportunity for a Program Manager to join our New Mexico Peer Education (NMPEP) Team! This individual will play an integral role in management and operational oversight of the New Mexico Peer Education Project, which aims to equip incarcerated peer educators to democratize education to the prison community on reentry, key health issues, increase general health literacy, reduce risky behaviors, and increase job readiness upon release.

PEEC Marketing & Communications Manager

Professional, Hourly

Summary: The Marketing and Communications Manager works closely and collaboratively with other PEEC staff to achieve our strategic, operating, and business objectives. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Marketing and Communications Manager’s primary responsibilities are to build, maintain, and execute all organizational marketing, publicity, and communications. They generate compelling content for and manage PEEC’s communications platforms, including but not limited to the PEEC website, newsletters, marketing materials, social media, and press releases. To apply, send a resume and cover letter to employment@peecnature.org. About PEEC: The Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit funded by donations, memberships, and contracts for services. Our mission is enriching people’s lives by strengthening their connections to our canyons, mesas, mountains and skies. We are the operators of the Los Alamos Nature Center in Los Alamos, NM. Our website is www.peecnature.org.

Ecologist/Physical Scientist

Professional, Hourly

This position is located in the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) in the Soil, Water & Resources Research Unit at the National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment in Ames IA. In this position, you will work with ARS scientists, in partnership with the Midwest Regional and Northern Forest Climate Hubs, to assess agroforestry as a strategy for climate change mitigation and adaptation. Closing date: 02/09/2024

FEMA Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon Claims Office

Professional, Hourly

Santa Fe- Claim Navigators IC-9/11/12 ($60,597 to $114,237)-Staff Assistants IC-7/9 ($49,541 to $78,776)-Attorney Advisor IC-13/14 ($123,485 to $160,533). Mora- Navigators IC-9/11/12 ($60,597 to $114,237) Please see the attached flyer, has webinar dates and links for positions & federal resume writing workshop for these positions.

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

Investigative Reporter

Professional, Hourly

Job Overview: The position of Investigative Reporter is responsible for reporting on unique stories that center on accountability, force transparency and bring results using a wide array of sources. We want a reporter whose in-depth stories leave viewers wanting more of the same. Job Responsibilities: Handles a variety of news reporting assignments, emphasizing breaking news and stories that hold people accountable. Responsible for reporting, shooting and editing non-linear in-depth news stories. Research and schedule news stories, gather information, write stories, interview subject and reports live on air or in the field during assigned newscast. Prepare enterprise stories in line with our brand on a daily basis. Create excellent audience-directed content for web and social media.

Account Executive

Professional, Hourly

Details: Audacy's Denver office seeks a self-motivated sales professional to develop and sell fully integrated marketing campaigns to new and existing clients. With an emphasis on new business development and full funnel digital sales, the Account Executive will use a wide variety of Audacy's products in their portfolio to solicit local and national businesses for advertising on its radio, events and digital platforms. We are looking for an Account Executive who not only possesses a passion for creating strategic solutions and delivering client success, but also has an appreciation for how music, podcasting, well-known personalities, and events connect with audiences. There has never been more time spent creating meaningful connections in the audio space than now. Audacy’s award-winning podcasts feed passions, and our epic concerts and experiences create memories that last a lifetime. Our ideal candidate is self-motivated, creative, curious, proactive problem solver, tenacious, detail-oriented, money-motivated and would approach this job as if they were their own CEO. Audacy Account Executives are handsomely compensated with an attractive base salary plus commission, along with potential for bonus compensation. This is a hybrid role based out of our Audacy - Denver office. Closing Date 04/17/2024

Federal Student Opportunities Dept of Labor

Professional, Hourly

We are looking for committed, mission-driven students looking for opportunities in public service through student volunteer opportunities This is a Virtual Information Session

Behavioral Health Therapist

Professional, Hourly

This professional position provides therapeutic services to Behavioral Health clients.

Los Alamos National Laboratory Highschool Internship Program

Internship, Stipend

The High School Internship Program (HS) provides qualified northern New Mexico high school seniors the opportunity to develop skills and gain work experience, while receiving exposure to a variety of career fields. Internships are available in both STEM and other career fields (e.g., administrative, business, operations support, etc.).

Los Alamos National Labs Internships

Internship, Stipend

With both summer and year-round internship options, Los Alamos provides students with relevant, innovative research opportunities while pursuing a degree. These programs are designed to integrate your education with work experience related to your chosen field. Biological Science Internship Program-Computational Sciences Internship Program-Engineering Internship Program- Physical Sciences Internships All Application Deadlines are March 31, 2024

LANL Summer Physics Camp for Young Women in NM & Hawaii

Internship, Stipend

The 8th annual Summer Physics Camp for Young Women offers a unique opportunity for young students to explore careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with STEM professionals, including women scientists and researchers from Los Alamos National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratories. This FREE two-week camp will explore topics related to energy and energy security (reliable, affordable access to all fuels and energy sources) and offers students a chance to boost their understanding of how STEM improves the world through hands-on activities, demonstrations, tours, talks and a multiday hands-on engineering project. Students will learn the principles of physics, engineering, bioengineering, chemistry, computer programming and cybersecurity, and will apply their knowledge in a range of exciting hands-on multi-day projects. They will also explore different energy sources, including solar, wind, geothermal and nuclear power, to better understand the challenges faced by our modern society. Participants will also learn a broad range of professional skills including: how to write a resumé, how to apply and interview for a job, and what opportunities are available at our local colleges and at Department of Energy National Laboratories like Sandia National Laboratories and Los Alamos National Laboratory. This is NOT an Internship, this IS a free Camp! Application Deadline is April 1, 2024.

UTEP ROADS Post-bac Opportunity

Internship, Hourly

Are you a recent Graduate or at least within the past 4 years? You can conduct research in the Artic or the Desert! Applications due March 1st, Please see attached pdf.

Emergency Communications Specialist I Basic

Professional, Hourly

To receive and process emergency and non-emergency calls for service for the Santa Fe Regional Emergency Communications Center (RECC). Accurately document incidents/reports from citizens for emergent and non-emergent calls. Essential Job Functions Works under the direct supervision of the RECC Training Coordinator in conjunction with the Emergency Communications Specialist Team Leader, Center Manager and close supervision of the Director of RECC. Processes emergent and non-emergent phone calls in the emergency dispatch center, answers incoming calls and ascertains nature of call, gathers all necessary information to be relayed by the radio operator to field responders. Incumbents must be willing to work any days of the week (including weekends and holidays) and any hours of the day or night. Maintains logs of telephone communications, location of personnel and equipment. In the event of an emergency situation, maintains on-going contact with the responding personnel and keeps them informed of all incoming pertinent information by telephone. Keeps track of various information such as traffic lights out, streets closed, keeps emergency personnel and general public informed. Inputs data to standard office and department forms – both manual and electronic. Maintains dispatch documents and records. Assists other Emergency Communications Specialists and Supervisors in various projects as requested. Attends seminars, workshops, and training classes. Maintain cleanliness of RECC dispatch consoles and equipment.

NMSU Summer Internships

Internship, Stipend

Are you looking for an exciting summer internship opportunity that allows you to develop true community engagement skills and work directly with experts in their field. Cooperative Extension internships can do just that. You will gain professional experience working side by side with County Extension Agents and/or Extension Specialist within the various communities of New Mexico. Internship Basics Our Summer Internship Program is a 12-week paid internship. You will work a full 40-hour work week in a professional work environment. Internships Begin – May 20, 2024 Internships End – August 9, 2024 Travel allowance is provided Both graduate and undergraduate students are encouraged to apply Application Deadline - Midnight, March 31, 2024

Well-being Development Specialist

Professional, Hourly

The Employee Well-Being Department at UNM Hospital is now seeking licensed counselors and social workers for the position of Well-Being Development Specialist. Well-Being Development Specialists play a central role in advancing the workplace well-being of all the healthcare staff at our large and diverse medical center. Staff well-being is a priority for UNM Hospital. The Employee Well-Being Department works at all levels of our organization to carry out our mission of supporting staff well-being by conducting hospital-wide initiatives, collaborating with leaders, developing team resilience, and helping to address the needs of individuals in distress. Perform advanced consultation, counseling and assessment with managers, supervisors, and employees; design and conduct advanced level training programs; manage, coordinate, and develop a variety of projects that support staff well-being. Ensure adherence to Hospital and Departmental Policies and Procedures. No patient care assignment.

Data Analyst Manager

Professional, Hourly

Primary Purpose Responsible for the development and implementation of data analytics and reporting systems and tools. Determine strategic objectives and provide leadership in advocating the use of data analytics. Understand and accommodate user needs and provide solutions to enhance business decision-making capabilities. Support strategic objectives based on an informed, fact-based, and analytical understanding of the workforce at Public Safety Departments.

EPA Virtual Hiring Event

Professional, Hourly

Be EPA Hiring Webinar (Virtual) Wednesday February 7th, 2pm-3pm EPA is hosting a webinar to support first-time applicants and those interested in learning about the federal hiring process. This event will feature EPA Deputy Administrator Janet McCabe, EPA hiring specialists, and other special guests. Please look at the flyer for zoom link

EPA Recruitment Webinar

Professional, Hourly

Please see below for information on both. For job seekers who have never applied for a federal job before, no problem! These events will cover all things hiring at EPA, including: • How to navigate USAJOBS.gov and the federal hiring process, • Making their application as competitive as possible, • Unique hiring pathways available for students and recent grads, • And a LIVE Q&A section for questions! Please look at the flyer for zoom link

Western Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies

Internship, Stipend

The Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (WAFWA) invites undergraduate and graduate university students who are interested in working in state fish and wildlife agencies to apply. Applicants must be a resident of or a student in a university in a WAFWA member state or province: Alaska, Alberta, Arizona, British Columbia, California, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Northwest Territories, Oklahoma, Oregon, Saskatchewan, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, Yukon.

Entry-level Wildland Firefighter Training

Professional, Hourly

Who? Prospective entry level federal wildland firefighters. Open to U.S. citizens at least age 18 by June 2024. ​ What? 40 hour PAID recruitment camp featuring foundational wildland firefighter courses, daily physical training, and coaching on the federal job application process. Pre-work will include IS100, IS700, S-190, and L-180. Course work will include S-130. Where? Augusta Interagency Hotshot Crew Base, Augusta Springs, VA. How? Made possible through a collaborative effort involving the Southern Region, the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest, and the Augusta IHC, with special thanks to the Eldorado National Forest for its innovation and hard work in setting the standard. Made possible through a collaborative effort involving the Southern Region, the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests, and the Augusta Interagency Hotshot Crew. Applications will be open until 02/18/2024 Fully Paid Recruitment camp dates are June 3-7, 2024

Information Technology Specialist

Professional, Hourly

This position is located in the Agricultural Research Service, Midwest Area in Ames, IA. In this position, you will perform web programming and database maintenance, and evaluate and interpret data in biological contexts related to research and breeding applications. 02/01/2024

Master’s of Professional Studies in Data Science Fellowship

Internship, Stipend

Fellowship- Application Deadline is April 22, 2024.

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.

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.

Forest Service Internships

Internship, Hourly

Gain valuable skills and start your career with a summer internship. The Forest Service is looking to hire summer interns in various career fields; positions will open from January 12th to February 7th. A summer internship is a great way to start a lifelong career with the Forest Service. Positions are available for high school, college undergraduates, and college graduates. Career focuses include natural resources, business, technology, engineering, physical sciences, and more. Details About the Openings Positions will be open to students, and you can apply on USAJOBS from January 12th to February 7th. Positions are available in various locations across the nation, location information will be available on the USAJOBS announcements. Foundational Interns GS-0099-02 Temporary GS-02 NTE Forestry Interns GS-0499-02/03/04 with promotion potential to GS-05 Social Sciences Interns GS-0199-03/04/05 with promotion potential to GS-09 Admin Support Interns GS-0399-03/04/05 with promotion potential to GS-05 Natural Resources InternsGS-0499-03/04/05 with promotion potential to GS-09 Engineering Interns GS-0899-03/04/05 with promotion potential to GS-09 Business and Industry Interns GS-1199-03/04/05 with promotion potential to GS-09 Physical Sciences Interns GS-1399-03/04/05 with promotion potential to GS-09

Student Trainee (Biological Science)

Professional, Hourly

Only experience and education obtained by 01/19/2024 will be considered. As a Student Trainee (Biological Sciences) your duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Participates in conducting field work such as collection and sorting of plant, animal and water samples and specimens, and water quality data. Assists with a variety of biological/wildlife presentations to facilitate refuge environmental education programs. Works closely with senior staff to coordinate with private landowners, other federal and state agencies, and nongovernmental partners to carry out low complexity, non-controversial habitat restoration projects. In a developmental capacity, assists in responding to written, telephone, and in-person inquiries from the public and news media. Informs the public and other agencies and groups about the work of the assigned program area and the general programs and objectives of the Fish and Wildlife Service. Provides requested information within established guidelines of the office and in conformance with FWS and Departmental policy. There are 5 positions open and application deadline is 1/19/23

City of Las Vegas

Internship, Hourly

Updated 1/26/2024 Administrative Assistant II (CD)- General Public Chief of Police- General Public WWTP Superintendent- General Public Field Customer Service Rep II- General Public Animal Care Technician (FT)- General Public Equipment Operator I (Water)- General Public Equipment Operator I (SW)- General Public Equipment Operator I (Streets)- General Public WWTP Collections Supervisor- General Public City Manager- General Public Locate Person- General Public Site Manager (Pecos)- General Public General Accountant- General Public (Updated) 11/28/2023 Deputy Fire Chief/Fire Marshal- General Public Field Customer Service Rep I- General Public Administrative Assistant I(SW)- General Public Recreation Specialist (PT)- General Public WWTP Lab Technician- General Public Cross Control Technician- General Public Youth Program Coordinator- General Public Maintenance Worker I (Streets)- General Public Cook (Pecos)- General Public Driver/Helper (Pecos)- General Public Project Manager- General Public WTP Operations Superintendent- General Public WWTP Operator in Training (OIT)- General Public Equipment Operator II (Streets)- General Public Equipment Operator III (Streets)- General Public Equipment Operator III (Water)- General Public Maintenance Worker I (Parks)- General Public Communication Specialist (PT)- General Public City Attorney- General Public Community Service Aide- 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 Packer Operator II- General Public Laborer (Water)- General Public Water Distribution Supervisor (2FT)- General Public WTP Operations Supervisor- General Public WWTP Collections Tech II- General Public WWTP Lab Supervisor- General Public WWTP Operations Supervisor- General Public WWTP Operations (Intermediate)- General Public WWTP Collections Tech (OIT)- General Public Police Officer- General Public Communication Specialist- General Public Laborer (Gas)- General Public Packer Operator I- General Public Laborer (SW)- General Public Firefighter (Basic)- General Public Animal Control Officer- General Public WWTP Manager- General Public WTP Operator In Training- General Public WTP Operations Manager- General Public WTP Operator (Associate)- General Public

Maintenance Worker Helper

Professional, Hourly

Duties Performs maintenance worker helper duties related to HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) repair and maintenance of facilities. Works with carpenters in repairing and alterations of the facilities. Uses measuring instruments to perform maintenance worker helper duties. Works with carpenters in repairing and alterations of the facilities which involve working with wood and other building materials.

Re-Entry Coordinator

Professional, Hourly

· The Reentry Coordinator facilitates the successful transition of New Mexico’s incarcerated population back into the community by working closely with correctional facility staff, outside community resources and other vital stakeholders to create an effective bridge pre to post-release. Specialized training in the COMPAS tool allows the Reentry Coordinator to provide an objective risk and needs assessment and standard for evidence-based case management and referrals. Based off an established case plan, Reentry Coordinator’s organize workshops and facilitate in-reach efforts which address individual’s criminogenic risks and needs and enhance the probability of a successful transition out into the community. While focusing on prerelease efforts, the continuum of care is vital to this position and works to coordinate services with Probation and Parole and other needed supports within the community prior to release. Note: Resume must include dates (months/years) to count towards experience calculation.

Electronics Mechanic

Professional, Hourly

This position is located in the Calibration and Repair Lab of the National Animal Disease Center (NADC) for the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) in Ames, IA. In this position, you will provide preventative maintenance and repair services to all entities of the National Centers for Animal Health (NCAH), as well as other support units. Open & closing dates 12/29/2023 to 01/12/2024

EDICT Internship Program

Internship, Stipend

Nailing the Internship Application The EDICT (Empowering Diverse Climate Talent) Internship Program creates a diverse pipeline of talent for the climate sector, working with both employers to create inclusive cultures where new talent can succeed, and with youth to develop new skills and unlock powerful networks for rising leaders from traditionally excluded groups. RSVP Mark your calendars, set a reminder, and get ready to take the first step toward an incredible summer internship experience with EDICT! o Thursday, 1/18 at 3pm PT/6pm ET https://elementalexcelerator-dot-yamm-track.appspot.com/2Fie-RaeL9ISRwl2UwunCTzhQXktNW3WEVk41LCBI1caEjjGOjAHmFAz6N4iFK7NOPzO2ManM5CNzg1qohmQeZSLqLcPZ7fwqAbSgBvIOimRXSHK9rAUc9qWuo-8ck5S3l-EoZViog8DvLFzgRvnbGFI4VV2-NjJeORaNk6Z04-GHH22CTlX6JFrhjDuk5ewdalmst8EuD9Dl-tmWtQv7U5wXeEkv6eI2WlWZgDTv46OLDYsrPqnzOhBx8jrF8rtJ_WjxbK0OYQ4JdLo6q3nfUmuBOnZUXqymwffUgwb54PXY8FPNC_DjHM8-JUiuWcO0aPaY2CP3szwOoT-UCY1UG4j5HmnGGy9Sky3G8-KGLTQTIJscovREccvYEINNPZvcfSBfTWulDskVEHzXjO-sKpk_zYVxUTNf-Nxbm4eBzmSE2phKLZRKFIDG54A0UH5CjV8yo8y8WkX_UYM o Tuesday, 1/30 at 11am PT/2pm ET https://elementalexcelerator-dot-yamm-track.appspot.com/2ngeAICqLumslpSGOOh_5w-0XisuGqrPIruKuDoSLpXaJjjGOjAFWrVqwFQiALkIBvKeZww95pSZE_0xUjOfYWJDXmdtMypibzIjRES3WhJtipP1tlZ2gLgZgRLuguurWcygq3WXdP_ShyBVP2qts6Xi1Q85pKFH_ToQmI1Rd_FEkXsrSZCu_9v4FPxbsFLtl7X6sA79dxwJRug-BY_bByRJ8GGWCgBiyut83DlzEcUx8-Lr3-L5hflfXp6YMBiH579OUqDpfh9TbZ2ZhnAwNoNHSDVwiS8JFjWOhqGMNcjpdkQa7gaUtCB2oCpUj3-kEIGzjcZeu02XFWJXGBrEgKNVZG5Ki5Drxo9U5COeMIGxMCS3NpGOimH9ZAW8rVytX3IryIFk-Q5ougKD83Ff7ZVSSOelM9JoSHMRQMz62KsIZrg572bvOmVB7VhcmQH8a5yLR0ivf87tPbzSx6A o Please Note: both sessions cover the same content

Sales Assistant National

Mentorship, Hourly

Job Overview: This position provides administrative support to Account Executives (Managers) and Sales/Marketing Management by performing a variety of clerical/administrative support tasks, including creation and customizing sales pieces and proposals, research, answering phones, and maintaining office equipment. Job Responsibilities: Prepare quality written proposals and presentations incorporating and maintaining all sales standards. Enter orders accurately into (Wide Orbit or Marketron). Access and apply data to proposals and client focused documents. Act as Project Coordinator for sales related events and initiatives. Provide air checks and spot times for Account Executives. Coordinate scripts and match to specific invoices, notarize and send to client. Provide clerical and other administrative support as necessary to Account Managers and Sales Management by the following: Answer, screen and route incoming telephone calls; Open and distribute mail; Distribution of facsimiles; Copy documents; General filing; maintain files, including electronic files; Order supplies. Type general correspondence. Attend meetings as required or requested. Assist and perform work for other Sales Assistants as needed, including covering breaks. Acts as the liaison between Traffic and Sales with concise strategic recommendations for makegoods and displaced spots. Make suggestions to work displaced spots back in. Crosstrain with Traffic to master formatting and act as a back-up in this duty. Assist sales and sales leadership to identify trends in inventory and report these in weekly sales meetings. Research and identify areas that are oversold or undersold and communicate those areas to the entire sales team to streamline the process of avails, proposals, makegoods, and displaced spots. Attend Sharebuilders inventory meetings weekly. Ensure adequate administrative support at all times during the workday. Seek out ways to expand current skills and abilities; take initiative to learn new tasks, duties, technology and equipment. Offer ideas that would enhance or improve the way work is done. Report to work on time and work established schedule/hours. Ability to work other hours or alternate schedules as needed. Complete other duties as requested and needed.

Latin American& Caribbean Studies @ NYU

Internship, Stipend

in Latin American and Caribbean Studies. Our MA program offers a unique and exciting academic experience: students thrive from access to world-renowned scholars and a wealth of research resources while pursuing a flexible interdisciplinary program. The M.A. program in Latin American and Caribbean Studies also offers: ● a concentration or Advanced Certificate in Museum Studies with NYU Museum Studies ● a joint program in Global Journalism with NYU Journalism ● a dual degree program in Law with NYU Law ● a dual program in Library & Information Science with LIU Palmer School of Library & Information Science Fall 2024 Admission Dates ● December 1st Priority Due Date: To be considered for merit-based scholarships and the FLAS fellowship, applicants should apply by this date ● January 4th Due Date: Joint Degree with Journalism final due date ● February 1st Due Date: Final due date for consideration of awards and GSAS or FLAS fellowships ● February 15th Due Date: Dual Degree with Advanced Certificate final due date ● June 1st Final Due Date

Central Consolidated Schools District

Professional, Hourly

CCSD has several positions open, please view the attached pdf to see a list. Updated 01/29/2024.

Presbyterian Medical Services

Professional, Hourly

Updated January 05, 2024 7827 Teacher Assistant (40 hrs/wk, summers off) 1.0 Aztec Head Start - San Juan County Aztec Until Filled 7841 Teacher I (20 hrs/wk) $1,000 Sign-on Bonus 0.5 Carlton Center Head Start/Early Head Start/Pre-K - San Juan County Farmington Until Filled 7826 Parent Educator $2,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Children's Services - San Juan County, Administration Farmington Until Filled 7832 Certified Medical Assistant $3,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Grants Family Health Center Grants Until Filled 7831 Medical Assistant II $2,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Grants Family Health Center Grants Until Filled 7833 Program Aide 1.0 Little Steps Early Head Start - Sandoval County Rio Rancho Until Filled 7846 Health Center Practice Administrator 1.0 Santa Fe Family Health Center Santa Fe Until Filled 7842 Mental Health Therapist - Non-Independently Licensed - (40hrs/wk - summers off) $4,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Santa Fe Family Health Center Santa Fe Until Filled 7858 Bus Driver - Children's Services $1,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Edgewood Head Start - Torrance County Edgewood Until Filled 7850 Mental Health Therapist - Non-Independently Licensed $4,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Artesia Family Health Center Artesia Until Filled 7834 Provider 1.0 Artesia Family Health Center Artesia Until Filled 7867 Support Instructor 1.0 Project Shield & Roundtree Farmington Until Filled 7864 EMT-Sobering Center $1,000 Sign on Bonus $1,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Totah Behavioral Health Authority & Sobering Center Farmington Until Filled 7825 Customer Access Representative (Temp/on-call) 0.2 Magdalena Area Health Center Magdalena Until Filled 7863 Teacher I $2,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Moriarty Early Head Start - Torrance County Moriarty Until Filled 7861 Custodian - Children's Services (29 hrs/wk) $730 Sign-on Bonus 0.7 Moriarty Head Start - Torrance County Moriarty Until Filled 7854 Teacher Assistant - Pre-K $1,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Moriarty Head Start - Torrance County Moriarty Until Filled 7857 Teacher Assistant (40 hrs/wk, summers off) $1,000 Sign-on Bonus 1.0 Moriarty Head Start - Torrance County Moriarty Until Filled 7845 Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner 1.0 Santa Fe Family Health Center Santa Fe Until Filled 7844 Psychiatrist 1.0 Santa Fe Family Health Center Santa Fe Until Filled 7860 Facility & Maintenance Technician - Multi-Programs 1.0 Socorro Mental Health Socorro Until Filled 7855 Customer Access Representative (20 hrs/wk) 0.5 Quay County Family Health Center Tucumcari Until Filled 7893 Contact Center Agent I 1 PMS Engagement Center Albuquerque Until Filled 7892 Assistant Administrator II 1 Western New Mexico Medical Group - Gallup Gallup Until Filled 7890 Customer Access Representative 1 Grants Family Health Center Grants Until Filled 7889 Customer Access Representative (Temp/on-call) 0.2 Western New Mexico Medical Group - Gallup Grants Until Filled 7897 Parent Education Administrator 1 Lea County Home Visiting Program Hobbs Until Filled 7895 Dental Assistant II 1 Pecos Valley Medical Center Pecos Until Filled 7904 Business Office Supervisor 1 Santa Fe Family Health Center Santa Fe Until Filled 7898 Dental Assistant I 1 Santa Fe Family Health Center Santa Fe Until Filled

Chief of Police

Professional, Stipend

The Chief of Police serves at the pleasure of the Governing Body and may be suspended or removed without cause at any time by the Mayor, subject to approval of the Council, or by the Governing Body by a majority of all members of the Governing Body. This position is appointed and dismissed by the Mayor, subject to approval by the Council. The Chief of Police plans, directs, manages and oversees the activities and operations of the Police Department including law enforcement, crime prevention and crime suppression programs; coordinates assigned activities with other departments and outside agencies; and provides highly responsible and complex administrative support to the City Manager. Work will be performed under the direct supervision of the City Manager.

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

Part Time Promotions Assistant

Professional, Hourly

Experience: What You'll Do: • 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. Closing Date 3/1/2024

Mixer/Host Part Time

Professional, Stipend

• 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? Audacy Denver has a rare opening for a part-time mixer on KS1075. We are looking for a hard worker who is available for flexible hours and has strong desire to play on a mix show/on air shift for a Rhythmic CHR. This position requires 2-3 years’ experience as a nightclub DJ, or similar experience and a fundamental knowledge of digital editing. In addition to mixing various hours on the station, duties will include some basic production responsibilities. This is a great opportunity for a rising star to increase your brand in Denver on a top rated station. You must apply with resume and a 15 minute mix/hosted by the applicant to be considered for the position. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE Closing Date 3/1/2024

Account Executive

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

Director of Technical Operations

Professional, Hourly

• Oversee local technical operations and IT staff • Responsible for all day-to-day and long-term engineering and operations including towers, RF transmitters, on-air studio operations, automation systems, and all other related broadcast operating systems. • Report to the local Market Manager and Regional Director of Technical Operations Closing date is 3/1/2024

Quality Control Data Analyst

Professional, Hourly

Under the direct supervision of the Quality Control Manager, analyzes and audits data and information that is being entered and/or changed in the Assessor’s Office databases to ensure an error-free environment. Provides feedback to Assessor’s Office personnel to correct any anomalies that could create problems. Maintains and revises agency policy and procedures.

Emergency Communications Specialist I Advanced

Internship, Hourly

Primary Purpose To receive and process emergency and non-emergency calls for service for the Santa Fe Regional Emergency Communications Center (RECC). provide life-saving instructions over the phone and accurately document incidents/reports from citizens for emergent and non-emergent calls.

The NCI Cancer Research Postbac Program

Internship, Stipend

Application Deadline is January 17, 2024. Please click the link below to register for the the pre-application webinar for the CRP program , which will be held Monday, December 11, 2023 4:00 - 5:00 pm ET

Southwest Rare Plant Monitoring Technician

Professional, Hourly

Position Description The Southwest Program at the Institute for Applied Ecology will be hiring two technicians to work with the Southwest Rare Plants Ecologist for the New Mexico Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Rare Plant Monitoring Initiative. More information about the program can be found in this blog by the 2023 crew. The crew will monitor demography of rare plants on BLM lands across NM following established protocols, particularly in areas where multiple-use land management (i.e. energy extraction) impacts on rare plants are expected. Crews will be required to drive to remote areas throughout New Mexico, camp overnight for 2-7 consecutive days, hike up to several miles a day, and return to the office for equipment and data management. While rare plant inventories are the focus, where possible, crews will assist with other plant conservation program projects in progress during the summer. Projects may include native seed collection, pollinator monitoring, floristic diversity surveys and native plant restoration. This is a full-time, temporary position that requires overnight camping and non-traditional work hours inclusive of weekend and evening hours.

Children and Family Therapy Internship

Internship, Stipend

Childhood trauma is a public health issue. At All Faiths Children’s Advocacy Center (AFAC), our approach to healing and recovery is through a trauma sensitive lens by recognizing the widespread impact of trauma and its lasting impact upon a child’s mental, physical, social, emotional, and spiritual well-being. As a Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC), accredited by the National Children’s Alliance, we provide a child-friendly facility where law enforcement, child protection, family advocacy, therapy, and training offer children and their caregivers safety and a road to healing and recovery. All Faiths offers Master’s level students an opportunity to develop their therapy skills in a supportive, trauma-informed environment. Interns will be provided with opportunities to observe other therapists as they work with their clients. Our interns have the opportunity to work their own caseload of an estimated 4-8 clients throughout their internship. Interns will also receive the opportunity to co-facilitate teen and parenting therapy groups, if they so choose. Interns will receive training in trauma-sensitive care, the Nurtured Heart Approach, trauma-focused CBT, and other topics as available and as of interest to intern. Through our program, interns will also learn about: • Writing progress notes • Creating treatment plans • Updating diagnoses Expected Requirements: • Interns will participate in one hour of individual supervision each week. • Must be able to attend weekly group supervision and training meetings scheduled Tuesdays from 10am – 12pm. • Due to caseload experience, interns will commit to a minimum of 2 semesters, or a full academic year with AFAC agency. o MSW Students:  Intern must be a 2nd year student. o Counseling Students:  Intern must complete both practicum and internship semesters with AFAC. • Interns are not required to continue working during their program’s winter/spring break, their clients’ needs will be attended by their supervisor during that time. Interested students may submit an intern application, letter of interest and a resume to the Intern Supervisor, Samantha Williams, LCSW, at swilliams@allfaiths.org for consideration. There are 2 Intern positions open for the Spring.

Summer 2024 LANL Community College I nternships & Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships Information Session

Internship, Hourly

Friday, December 1, 2023 11:00am-12:00pm MT Webex Webinar Meeting Number: 2632 086 6535 Meeting Password: JkAjjFBx226 Call-In: 415-655-0002

Electronics Worker

Professional, Hourly

This position is located in the Calibration and Repair Lab of the National Animal Disease Center (NADC) for the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) in Ames, IA. In this position, you will provide preventative maintenance and repair services to all entities of the National Centers for Animal Health (NCAH), as well as other support units. Application deadline is 12/4/23

IRS

Professional, Hourly

The IRS has several positions available, Internal Revenue Agent, Tax Specialist, Internal Revenue Officer and a Collection Representative

Social Worker

Professional, Hourly

Job Summary: SW is responsible for the service delivery process in development, implementation, and coordination of social work services. Social Work Services are provided as designated in the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) that include identifying, mobilizing, and coordinating community resources and services to enable the family/child to receive maximum benefit of early intervention services; helping the parent(s) understand the special needs of their child; preparing a social or emotional developmental assessment of the child within the family context; making home visits to evaluate patterns of parent-child interaction and the child’s living conditions, providing individual and family-group counseling with parents and other family members, and appropriate social skill-building activities with the child and parents; and working with those problems in a family/child’s living situation that affect the child’s maximum utilization of early intervention services.

Tractor Operator

Professional, Hourly

This position is located within the National Animal Disease Center for the Agricultural Research Services in Ames, IA. In this position, you will provide land management support through the operation of heavy tractors and equipment including shaping drainage ditches, mowing, planting, and assist with concrete pouring. Application Deadline 11/20/23

Electrician

Professional, Hourly

This position is in the Agricultural Research Service (ARS), Field Organization, Midwest Area (MWA), National Animal Disease Center, Research Program Support, Facilities Engineering located in Ames, IA. In this position, you will perform the full range of electrician's duties on electrical distribution systems that involve installing, modifying, repairing, maintaining, testing, and loading new and existing electrical systems, equipment and their components. Application Deadline: 11/21/23

Albuquerque Area Tribal Epidemiology Center

Internship, Stipend

The Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center (AASTEC) is seeking eligible American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) undergraduate and graduate student applicants for hybrid or remote, paid internship placements this upcoming spring 2024 semester (approximately 20 hours/week). This is an 8-12 week paid internship for up to 30 hours per week in the summer and approximately 20 hours per week during the school year Students enrolled in a public health, health education, or other allied field degree program at an accredited university are invited to learn more about the internship program and apply online by Tuesday November 21, 2023 If you have a student interested in completing a practicum, capstone, or fulfilling a field experience course requirement with AASTEC, please have them email me. First-time applicants will need to submit a completed application form, letter of recommendation, a current CV/resume, and up-to-date transcripts. Undergraduate applicants must have completed a full year of college coursework before they may be considered for an internship position.

Soil Conservationist

Internship, Stipend

Duties: • Assist in gathering and assembling preliminary data for all resource concerns for use in developing complete basic farm conservation plans, including conducting engineering surveys and preparing drawings for conservation practices common to the area. • Utilize Toolkit/Protracts programs in the documentation and management of conservation plans and technical assistance by the service center. • Carry out a follow-up schedule for applying soil conservation practices in accordance with plan and contract schedules. • Work with District Conservationists to conduct environmental education on natural resource issues, water quality, and general conservation. *There are education requirements for these positions, study must have included 30 semester hours in a natural resource or agricultural field, including at least 12 semester hours in a combination of soils and crops or plant science. Of the 12 semester hours, a minimum of 3 semester hours must have been in soils and 3 semester hours in crops or plant science. **Specialized experience required for each grade level can be found in the full job announcement ***Recruitment and/or relocation incentives may be authorized. Application Deadline 11/20/2023

Summer Education Research Program (SERP)

Internship, Stipend

The School of Education at the University of Wisconsin–Madison invites you to apply for the Summer Education Research Program (SERP) sponsored by the School of Education and the Graduate School. SERP provides traditionally underrepresented undergraduate students interested in pursuing graduate school with opportunities to engage in research guided by faculty and research staff mentors in the School of Education. Application deadline February 15th, 2024.

Television Academy Foundation

Internship, Stipend

The Summer 2024 Internship application period is now open. The Television Academy Foundation offers television industry internships in over 20 disciplines each summer. These eight-week paid positions at major media companies provide professional experience, career development, and networking opportunities for talented students nationwide. Students selected will also be offered the chance to apply for The Bob Bennett Future Leaders Program. This initiative provides additional financial support for intern housing and transportation, as well as extra professional development and leadership training for the ten students selected. To be considered for the program, applicants must submit a 350-word essay on what innovation and leadership means to them and how they plan to apply those qualities in their internship and future careers in television. Internship Areas: • Agency • Animation • Casting • Choreography • Cinematography • Corporate Social Responsibility • Design (Art Direction/Set Decoration, Costume Design) • Development • Directing • Editing • Interactive Media • Music • News (Broadcast News, Entertainment News) • Physical Production/Business Management • Production • Production Management • Public Relations/Publicity • Sound • Special Visual Effects • Writing (Comedy, Drama) Deadline January 17 @ 5pm PT

Podcasting & Audio Reportage Masters Program

Internship, Stipend

Over the past decade, we’ve witnessed tremendous growth globally in podcast listening. Yet, until now, there have been no audio-first journalism programs specifically designed to train the next generation of audio professionals. We are seeking students who wish to become fearless and creative practitioners of audio journalism by honing their reporting, editorial, and production skills, to develop their unique voices. Working under the guidance of award-winning producers and respected industry leaders, students will develop deep fluency with research, interviewing and reporting, writing, technical recording, digital editing and sound design. Participants are welcome at every level of journalism and technical experience. Students will be trained in the practical elements that will allow them to realize their own projects and work in a variety of creative jobs. As a result, this program aims to produce an alumni network of visionary audio artists who have expanded the creative frontiers of the medium. Regardless of their choice of subject matter, this medium centers human voices and the spectrum of human experience, and demands that students critically engage questions of identity and power in both the content and journalism process. Person working with microphone and laptop Woman enjoying music in headphone in park Podcasting has created remarkable opportunities in journalism and media. While audio documentary and radio reporting have a significant history, the accessibility of both new digital audio editing technology and direct distribution to audiences have opened new frontiers for exploration in investigative and nonfiction narrative storytelling. This includes vast audiences for works of deep reporting, beautifully written and performed, featuring creative production and the highest quality documentary recording and editing. All of this has led to an explosion of journalistic and creative organizations, and an environment ripe with job opportunities. NYU Journalism’s new MA audio concentration will prepare students to lead creatively in this expanding journalistic landscape. Learn about the NYU Podcasting and Audio Reportage Masters program at a virtual open house! Sunday Nov. 19 @ 12:00 PM EST Wednesday Nov. 29 @ 8:30 AM EST Tuesday Dec. 5 @ 7:00 PM EST The application deadline date is January 4, however, late applications may be accepted on a rolling basis, until the program has filled. Contact graduate.journalism@nyu.edu to check if there are still spots open in this program.

Empowering Diverse Climate Talent Summer Internship

Internship, Stipend

The EDICT Internship Program is a partnership between Clean Energy Leadership Institute (CELI), Elemental Excelerator, and FutureMap. We place a diverse pipeline of talent in 10-week paid internships at partner employers dedicated to solving climate change. It is designed to match employers from all corners of climate innovation — for-profits, nonprofits, funders, and government organizations — with aspiring climate professionals, college students, and recent graduates from traditionally excluded Includes Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC), members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, intersex, asexual (LGBTQIA+) community, people who have disabilities, people from low-income backgrounds, people who identify as nonbinary and women continue to be severely underrepresented in our sector. backgrounds. Join us as we work towards an equitable, resilient, and decarbonized future and diversify the leadership of the climate and clean energy economy. Read More About EDICT’s Origin Story on the website Application Window January 15, 2024-February 5, 2024.

Master Control Supervisor

Professional, Hourly

KOBR, and their associated channel streams. The Master Control Supervisor facilitates the efficient operation of MC by regularly monitoring the performance of MCOs, assuring standard operating procedure compliance, improving and updating procedures, and ensuring MC equipment is working correctly, documenting and tracking any equipment problems.

Taos Community Against Violence

Professional, Hourly

Transitional Housing Advocate (FT) $19.50-$21.50/hr. Adult Therapists (FT) $28-$30/hr. Contract Therapist (5 Hours/week) $150/hour contract Drop off resume & job application at our offices, M-F 8am-5pm or email

Visiting Faculty Program

Internship, Hourly

Designed for full-time faculty members from institutions historically marginalized in STEM research, the Visiting Faculty Program (VFP) is your opportunity to enhance your research competitiveness and the innovative STEM learning you bring to students through a funded collaborative experience with a Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratory. For a list of Visiting Faculty Program (VFP) participants, please click here. VFP Focuses and Tracks Customize your experience in VFP by choosing one of two tracks: (1) VFP Research Collaboration or (2) the VFP Teaching Initiative Track (available for returning VFP participants). The VFP Research Collaboration track is specifically designed to help you increase your research competitiveness and elevate your students’ learning and research. You are not required to have previously collaborated with the DOE national laboratories to be considered for the research collaboration track. The VFP Teaching Initiative track invigorates your STEM teaching through research collaboration with DOE national laboratories. This track enables you to develop innovative ideas for course content, certificate programs, seminars, modules, and learning resources to foster the connection between your STEM curriculum and career opportunities in key DOE science and technology mission areas for your students. To be considered for the Teaching Initiative track, you must have previously participated in VFP (formerly called Faculty and Student Teams). In both tracks, you’ll team with DOE scientists and engineers at one of the 15 participating DOE national laboratories to advance scientific impact and discovery through a research project of mutual interest.

Independent SW

Professional, Hourly

Waves Behavioral Health is looking to hire an INDEPENDENTLY Licensed Therapist who currently possesses their LPCC, LCSW, or LMFT. Only qualified licensed candidates will be contacted for interviews. Please indicate on your resume the level of licensure achieved. All licenses must be current and active to provide services in New Mexico. Waves provides clinical treatment to children, adults, and families through clinical modalities that are evidence based and trauma informed. The clinician must have a working knowledge of basic computer functions and be capable of developing competency with an Electronic Health Record System (EHR). The clinician must also have a background in or currently working with children, adults, families and/or Neurodivergences. The clinical therapist will be subject to the general supervision, advice, and direction of their immediate supervisor. A background and/or thorough knowledge of Neurodivergence and the needs of this population is essential and required.