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KOAT TV Full Time Production Assistant

Professional, Hourly

Details: KOAT has an opening for a Production Assistant. We are looking for an energetic team player who understands the flexible schedule that the broadcast industry requires to join our production crew. This person will be responsible for operating cameras, teleprompter, audio-board, graphics and video equipment; as related to live broadcasts and post-production. Must have good technical skills, and good communication skills. Responsibilities include floor directing, camera/studio operator, digital editing, assisting the news department, and other duties as assigned.

KOAT-TV Newscast Director

Professional, Hourly

Details: KOAT has an opening for an experienced and dynamic Newscast Director. The Newscast Director is responsible for communicating and executing all technical aspects of live production, with all technical staff, including the Producer, Technical Director, Audio Operator, Studio, and Engineering. Positive pro-active attitude and schedule flexibility are necessary for this position. With a unique format, a dedication to hard news and the resources of Hearst Television, this is a rare opportunity to join one of the best.

KOAT TV Part Time Production Assistant

Professional, Hourly

KOAT has an opening for a Production Assistant. We are looking for an energetic team player who understands the flexible schedule that the broadcast industry requires to join our production crew. This person will be responsible for operating cameras, teleprompter, audio-board, graphics and video equipment; as related to live broadcasts and post-production. Must have good technical skills, and good communication skills. Responsibilities include floor directing, camera/studio operator, digital editing, assisting the news department, and other duties as assigned.

UWC USA Security Guard

Professional, Hourly

Full-time Security Guard United World College-USA is seeking a full-time Security Guard. The primary objectives of Security Guards are to: Guard property against damage, fire, theft, trespassing, and illegal entry. Consistently patrol premises by foot; examine doors, windows, and gates to ensure that they are properly secured. Verify identity of employees and other persons entering the grounds. Develop incident reports of damage, theft, or unusual occurrences. Investigate disturbances and in the event of an emergency maintain order and safety of occupants, act as first responder, and contact local authorities.

Breaking the Silence New Mexico Curriculum Facilitator-Virtual and In-Person

Professional, Hourly

Breaking the Silence NM (BTSNM) is a small, statewide nonprofit that works to educate children and teens on mental health and eradicate the stigma associated with illness. www.breakingthesilencenm.org This is a part time position, not to exceed 25 hours weekly and directly reports to the Program Director for Talking Mental Health. Lessons are generally 45 minutes in length. Hours of work can be from 7:30 am to 3:00 pm. Hourly Rate

UWC USA New Mexican Studies Instructor

Professional, Hourly

United World College-USA is seeking a temporary, full-time New Mexican Studies Instructor for Fall semester beginning in August 2022. The teacher will be responsible for teaching five classes of New Mexican Studies. The ideal applicant will hold a Master’s degree in history or a related subject, and have at least three (3) years’ experience teaching New Mexican Studies.

Jobs at Las Vegas Police Department

Professional, Hourly

Now Hiring! Accepting Police Officer Entry Level & Laterals 911 Operator Please see attached poster for details.

Internship Positions at the Library of Congress

Internship, Hourly

We currently have openings for the Fall semester at the Library of Congress. Internships will be from September 6, 2022 to December 16, 2022. For in-Person in Washington DC positions, HACU will offer paid flight and subsidized housing. To apply please email hnip@hacu.net your resume and unofficial transcript, as well as indicate in the body of the email which positions interest you. The deadline for these internships is Tuesday, June 21 @ 3pm ET. Please click here to find the different positions being offered with the Library of Congress. For more information on HACU’s National Internship Program and other internship opportunities please go to Apply to HNIP for Prospective Interns - Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (hacu.net).

Navajo Nation Associate Auditor

Professional, Hourly

WE ARE HIRING! JOIN OUR TEAM AND START BUILDING YOUR CAREER WITH US The Navajo Nation Office of the Auditor General is seeking college graduates who are ready to tackle the workforce and acquire professional work experience. We are looking for motivated, innovative and career-oriented individuals to fill our entry-level positions. Job Title: Associate Auditor

Susan’s Legacy Addiction Counselor

Professional, Hourly

Duties and Responsibilities 1. Complete a clinical assessment for each potential client. 2. Help clients develop and document their treatment plan. 3. Provide psycho-education and support groups for clients in the areas of life skills and addiction. 4. Provide substance abuse and mental health counseling for clients, as appropriately licensed. 5. Meet weekly with the Executive Director and, as necessary, keep the Executive Director appraised of any significant encounters. 6. Ensure programming outcome measurements/evaluations are developed, and are regularly conducted, aligning with project goals and objectives. 7. Encourage and support clients’ participation in self-help recovery programs and faith-based activities of their choice. 8. Assist clients involved with the criminal justice system in complying with court orders or parole conditions, and coordinate services as necessary. 9. Document all services as required by the Executive Director and the funding sources. 10. Conduct on-going reviews of client files to ensure that all necessary forms and assessments are updated and comply with funding sources. 11. Other related tasks as assigned by the Executive Director.

Santa Fe County Compliance Assistant

Professional, Hourly

Essential Job Functions:  Assists in conducting internal audits based on all approved standards and guidelines; helps coordinate and assure compliance of all facility operational contracts and agreements; assists in dealing with community and contracting agency issues;  Conducts inspections of resident/inmate files for compliance; assists in conducting inspections and reviews of all facility documentation for compliance;  Assists in conducting inspections of standard operating procedures, and policies of organizational elements, personnel, food service, medical services and operational functions to determine compliance;  Assists in development and implementation of auditing tools; prepare written audit report findings; responsible for knowing and abiding by all department and county policies and procedures; participate in staff meetings by sharing observations and recommendations regarding the overall operations and compliance of the facility.

Jobs at NM Crisis Line

Professional, Hourly

Benefits Include • Competitive pay • Generous benefits package • Paid time off • Flexible 32 and 40 hour full time schedules • 6 weeks paid training • Monthly stipend for supervision (if needed) • Student loan matching program • Remote work from home opportunities Crisis Line Qualifications Bachelors, MSW, PsyD, PhD* or MA*/MS* *in a behavioral health field with a clinical practice emphasis from an accredited program Full License a Plus LCSW, LMFT, LPCC, LMSW, LMHC, LAMFT Warmline Qualifications CPSW, CFPSW, or current/former licensed resource foster parent We're Hiring! Join our growing team in New Mexico New Mexico’s 988 Initiative Brings More Opportunities to Make a Difference! A new three-digit phone number, 988, will make reaching out for help even easier in New Mexico starting July 16, 2022. New Mexico’s Human Services Department and the Behavioral Health Services Divisions is leading the effort to bring the new three-digit number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline to all New Mexicans. The easier-to-remember 3-digit dialing, along with a focus on more proactive and coordinated care, is expected to help reach significantly more people in need of mental and behavioral health support. The hiring and training needed to meet that expanded need is well underway at New Mexico’s Statewide Crisis and Access Line (NMCAL.) In continuous operations since 2013, NMCAL will become the call center “hub” of the State’s new expanded crisis response network. Beyond just the easy-to-remember three-digit number, the new system will integrate text, chat, and other technological solutions that are designed to make access easier and help to ensure that people in crisis get the right services at the right time. “While the technology will be important, at its core, this is still a people-first initiative,” says Wendy Linebrink-Allison, NMCAL’s Program Manager. “Having enough trained staff to meet the current and expected demand of the new system will be at the heart of its success,” adds Linebrink-Allison. With the support and additional funding from the Human Services Department, NMCAL is adding as many as 26 FTE call taking staff to its New Mexico base of nearly 40 employees in preparation for the launch of 988 in July 2022. Opportunities include full-time Bachelors-level Crisis Counselors at a base of $22 - $24/hour (plus shift differential), Masters-level Crisis Counselors, starting at $26 - $30/hour (plus shift differentials), and Certified Peer Support Specialists, starting at $17 per hour. Positions can be fully remote, or work out of the conveniently located Albuquerque call center. Scheduling options for most positions are varied and flexible across all hours and days, and offer excellent benefits and training. NMCAL offers a challenging and rewarding career that makes a difference by helping others get the support they need, when they need it most. Learn more about on our careers page at https://nmcrisisline.com/about-us/careers/. Click Here to Apply for Available Positions Benefits Include • Competitive pay • Generous benefits package • Paid time off • Flexible 32 and 40 hour full time schedules • 6 weeks paid training • Monthly stipend for supervision (if needed) • Student loan matching program • Remote work from home opportunities Crisis Line Qualifications Bachelors, MSW, PsyD, PhD* or MA*/MS* *in a behavioral health field with a clinical practice emphasis from an accredited program Full License a Plus LCSW, LMFT, LPCC, LMSW, LMHC, LAMFT Warmline Qualifications CPSW, CFPSW, or current/former licensed resource foster parent Click Here For Information On Our Careers https://nmcrisisline.com/about-us/careers/

Santa Fe County Emergency Communication Specialist III

Professional, Hourly

Essential Job Functions:  Assumes supervision of a shift in absence of a Communications Supervisor.  Works under the supervision of the Communications Manager and Communications Supervisors.  Provides information, guidance, direction, and – when necessary – supervision related to policies and procedures and general dispatch functions to other Emergency Communications Specialists and Trainees.  Monitors telephones and radio in the emergency dispatch center, answers incoming calls and ascertains nature of call, gathers all necessary information to transmit or relay information.  Operates radios and dispatches law enforcement, fire, EMS and other units for emergency responses; broadcasts nature, location and time of incident; contacts all required personnel and other local concerns of an emergency situation; relays information as required. Performs a variety of routine clerical, administrative and technical work in receiving and dispatching routine and emergency information Keeps official records  Maintains logs of radio and 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; keeps track of various information such as traffic lights out and streets closed and keeps emergency personnel and general public informed.  Makes entries and inquires on NCIC computer system.  Inputs data to standard office and department forms – both manual and automated.  Maintains dispatch documents and records.  Assists the RECC Communications Supervisors in various projects as requested.  Assists in the administration of the policies and procedures and standard operating guidelines of the (RECC).  Assists in training and supervising of other employees.  Assists Communications Supervisors with performance evaluations.  Attends seminars, workshops, and periodic training classes.

Santa Fe County Emergency Communication Specialist II

Professional, Stipend

Essential Job Functions:  Works under the supervision of the Director of RECC and manages the day-to-day operations of the RECC.  Assumes supervision of a shift in absence of a Communications Supervisor and Emergency Communications Specialist III’s.  Works under the supervision of Communications Manager, Communications Supervisors and Emergency Communications Specialist III’s.  Provides information, guidance, direction, and – when necessary – supervision related to policies and procedures and general dispatch functions and the proper telephone call procedures and related computer equipment to Emergency Communications Specialist Trainees.  Monitors telephones and radio in the emergency dispatch center, answers incoming calls and ascertains nature of call, gathers all necessary information to transmit or relay information.  Operates radios and dispatches law enforcement, fire, EMS and other units for emergency responses; broadcasts nature, location and time of incident; contacts all required personnel and other local concerns of an emergency situation; relays information as required.  Maintains logs of radio and 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; keeps track of various information such as traffic lights out and streets closed and keeps emergency personnel and general public informed.  Makes entries and inquires on NCIC computer system.  Inputs data to standard office and department forms – both manual and automated.  Maintains dispatch documents and records.  Assists the RECC Supervisors in various projects as requested.  Assists in the administration of the policies and procedures and standard operating guidelines of the (RECC).  Assists the Communications Supervisors with performance evaluations.  Attends seminars, workshops, and periodic training classes

Santa Fe County Emergency Communication Specialist I

Professional, Stipend

Essential Job Functions:  Works under the supervision of the Director of RECC and manages the day-to-day operations of the RECC.  Monitors telephones and radio in the emergency dispatch center, answers incoming calls and ascertains nature of call, gathers all necessary information to transmit or relay information.  Operates radios and dispatches law enforcement, fire, EMS and other units for emergency responses; broadcasts nature, location and time of incident; contacts all required personnel and other local concerns of an emergency situation; relays information as required.  Maintains logs of radio and 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. Keeps track of various information such as traffic lights out and streets closed and keeps emergency personnel and general public informed.  Makes entries and inquires on NCIC computer system.  Inputs data to standard office and department forms – both manual and automated.  Maintains dispatch documents and records.  Assists other Emergency Communications Specialists and Supervisors in various projects as requested.  Attends seminars, workshops, and training classes.  Works under the close supervision of Communications Supervisors and Emergency Communications Specialists III’s and Emergency Communications Specialists II’s.  Assisting in the administration of the policies and procedures and standard operating guidelines of the RECC.

Santa Fe County Communication Specialist Trainee

Professional, Hourly

Essential Job Functions:  Works under the supervision of the Director of RECC, who manages the day-today operations of the RECC.  Works under the close supervision of Communications Manager, Communications Supervisors and Emergency Communications Specialists II’s and III’s.  Monitors telephones and radio in the emergency dispatch center, answers incoming calls and ascertains nature of call. Gathers all necessary information to transmit or relay information.  Operates radios and dispatches law enforcement, fire, EMS and other units for emergency responses; broadcasts nature, location and time of incident; contacts all required personnel and other local concerns of an emergency situation; relays information as required.  Maintains logs of radio and 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. Keeps track of various information, such as traffic light malfunctions and street closures, and keeps emergency personnel and general public informed.  Makes entries and inquires on NCIC computer system.  Inputs data to standard office and department forms – both manual and automated.  Maintains dispatch documents and records.  Assists other Emergency Communications Specialists and Supervisors in various projects as requested.  Attends seminars, workshops, and training classes. (Any one position may not perform all duties listed nor is this inclusive of all duties performed.)

Santa Fe County Case Manager

Professional, Hourly

Essential Job Functions:  Review and Maintenance of routine reclassification assessments and housing reviews  Update and review of inmate committees in accordance with inmate evaluation, progress and needs.  Answering and following up on inmate inquiries and concerns. Prepare and update inmate caseload logs to include tracking inmate movement data to accurately reflect inmate physical location.  Routine and updated inmate communication and availability for resource needs  Effectively communicate with all staff needed, direct contact with inmates and the general public  Assist in transition planning and coordinating with both community and judicial services  Coordination of strategic casework, classification; conduct and analyze inmate assessments. Develop family and community collaborative support teams, and provide service referrals and follow up.  Periodic and custody classification review, assessment needs for appropriate housing placement  Program referrals and regularly scheduled one on one contact  Inmate job recommendation for assignment approval  Judicial case review to include appropriate follow through

Santa Fe County Project Manager II

Professional, Hourly

Essential Job Functions:  Performs planning, budgeting, scheduling, forecasting and reporting of projects; plans and maintains all projects phases (conceptual through completion); works with other staff and groups to develop project objectives, scopes of work, schedules, and budgets needed in preparation of requests for proposal’s (RFP’s); develops criteria pertinent in contract negotiations; manages and reviews development of projects; establishes project budgets.  Coordinates funding from various sources, including grants, bonds, legislative appropriations, or allocations from the Board of County Commissioners; ensures contract requirements match budgetary requirements; tracks expenditures for conformance with budget and contract requirements; reviews contractor submittals for payment recommendations; manages schedules to ensure timely completion of projects.  Coordinates scheduling of tasks with staff, other divisions, and contractors; monitors progress of time and works as defined in contract; manages activity to keep projects on schedule; reviews all contractor submittals for conformance with contract requirements, and makes recommendations for changes or approvals.  Oversees regulatory compliance for division operations; keeps current on applicable state and federal regulations; consults with operations staff on regulatory requirements; maintains necessary permits, required regulatory submittals, and renewals for operations.  Inspect projects to assure compliance with plans and specifications.  Track material quantities to assure invoice accuracy.  Responsible for data collection of assets / appurtenances as assigned.

Santa Fe County LPN

Professional, Hourly

Essential Job Functions:  In a team with the Registered Nurses, contributes to the Nursing Assessment. Initiates the admission process and assists with the identification of recurrent health problem, symptoms and behavioral changes of the patient. Collects pertinent data through observation, interview other members of the health term, and communicates changes in the patient condition to other patient care providers. Record all data obtained through assessment in the patient’s health record.  In a team with the Registered Nurses, contributes to the Nursing Care Planning. Assists in the formation of a written plan. Assists in identifying both short and long term timed measurable goals with anticipated behavioral changes. Assists in setting priority when planning care to meet the patient’s needs. Assists with patient health care and participates in multi-disciplinary care conferences.  Counts CDS drugs and contraband, if required. Transcribes and posts all therapeutic orders generated by the physician. Initiates and documents prescribed treatments for nursing interventions in compliance with policy and procedure. Administers routine and/or PRN medications as ordered.  Practices universal precautions when providing nursing procedures. Assists in maintaining neat, clean and safe environment for patients and coworkers. Keeps health team informed of observation and changing conditions of patients.  Participate in staff meetings by sharing observations and recommendations regarding the facility, participants and staff in order to identify and solve problems and functions as a unified team. Maintain confidentiality regarding employees, and participants.

Santa Fe County Registered Nurse

Professional, Hourly

Essential Job Functions:  Monitor disbursement of medications as directed by the facility physician to ensure they are administered in accordance with standing orders. Inventory medical supplies needed for sick call. Submit requisitions for replacements and additional supplies as required by the facility physician so supplies will be on hand when needed.  Conduct brief medical screening on each new arrival within 24 hours of admission. Complete medical information forms and keep on file to ensure the staff has information available to safely provide for residents’ physical needs. Schedule new arrivals for physical examination by the facility physician. Notify the Nurse Administrator of any unusual or contagious health problems so that the spreading of contagious infections or diseases is contained.  Conduct in-house sick call under the direction of the facility physician and make recommendations as appropriate to excuse the inmate from the schedule to see the facility physician to insure the health and safety of the resident is maintained. Under the guidance of the Nurse Administrator and the facility physician, provide in-service training to staff regarding emergency medical procedures, administering medications, etc., so the health and well-being of the residents is maintained and contract requirements are met.  Establish and maintain confidential health records and medical files on all residents, insuring that forms and procedures are updated on a regular basis so that contract requirements are met. Maintain confidentiality obtained through job duties regarding residents, employees, vendors, outside agencies, etc., so that sensitive information is only given on a “need to know” basis.  Comply with facility safety rules; take appropriate corrective action to ensure work is performed in a safe manner and without injury to self or others. Communicate effectively with staff in a manner that promotes a team spirit.

Santa Fe County Therapist

Professional, Hourly

Essential Job Functions:  Provides therapy under the direction of the Mental Health Manager. Develops, implements and evaluates specialized treatment programs and psycho education programs. May participate with and/or supervise residents in daily program activities that include structured recreation, groups and other activities. Prepares treatment plans based on resident’s behavior, attitude, achievement, education, and overall progress in the program.  Supervises and evaluates sex offender services and programs to residents. Services are to be state of the art, organized and sensitive to consistent evaluation and enhancement.  Assists supervisory staff in instructing clinical staff in performance of all counseling duties. Interacts closely with Direct Care staff to ensure overall treatment goals and educational outcome are accomplished. Effectively practices role modeling responsible behavior daily. Assists Shift Supervisor and Shift Supervisor Assistant in the direction of a cross-disciplinary treatment team, conducts in-service training, and conducts clinical consultations and work to assure regulatory compliance.  Serves as a liaison with external contact such as probation officers, family member, attorneys and other interested parties. Interprets programs for staff members and works with them to provide integrated service. Assumes responsibility for specified areas of service, e.g. client follow-up, group sessions, family services, etc.  Participates in staff meetings by sharing observations and recommendations regarding the facility, participants and staff in order to identify and solve problems and functions as a unified team.  Maintains confidentiality regarding employees, and participants.

Santa Fe County Detention Officer

Professional, Hourly

Essential Job Functions:  Receives, searches, fingerprints, issues facility uniforms; classifies housing of arriving inmates. According to policy, confirms, clears and sends locates on warrants. Prepares and escorts inmates for transport to various locations including medical appointments and court, monitors inmate in court and may take into custody court committed defendants.  Prepares food trays for service and feeds inmates. Ensures sanitary standards are maintained and ensures janitorial related functions are performed throughout the facility.  Monitors inmates’ well-being; summons medical aid; and communicates with medical staff. Assists the medical staff with dispensing of medication according to the medical instructions.  Patrols and maintains security of designated areas of the facility and controls traffic to and from specific areas. Responsible for incidents reports; conducts periodic cell searches to ensure adherence to jail rules and regulations and confiscates contraband; picks up mail and inspects prior to distributing to inmates; Writes reports documenting incidents and places items into evidence. Monitors inmates both directly in person and by use of an indirect video monitoring system.  Accesses information from a computer system and pulls records for court and assesses records. Maintains and updates jail counter, answers questions both in person and over the phone. Documents citizen complaints using applicable departmental procedures. Performs specific duties if assigned to the following areas: property, transportation, recreation, escort, roving, visiting room, booking, main control, housing, segregation and intake.

UWC USA Part-Time English A Instructor

Professional, Hourly

Instructional Responsibilities English A Instructor: A part-time English A Instructor is responsible for teaching two classes of IB English A: Language and Literature. This teacher instructs both Higher Level and Standard Level in the same classes; however, in the first year the course content is identical and differentiation occurs in the second year. Professional Development: All IB teachers are expected to participate in IB workshops specific to their discipline on a regular basis to stay up on curricular developments. Teachers new to the IB are expected to participate in a Category 1 workshop as early as possible after they have been hired at UWC USA’s expense. Course Content and Assessment The teacher is responsible for covering the required course content and assessing student performance based upon a standard set of requirements and criteria provided by the IB. Grades and Reports The teacher will compile grades and write a narrative report for each student in their classes at designated times of the year. Teachers are to track attendance on PowerSchool, the school’s information system.

Spirits Training Entrepreneurship Program for Underrepresented Professionals, aka STEPUP Foundation

Internship, Hourly

Eligible candidates must be: •Willing to commit to a full year of training •A member of an underrepresented or underserved demographic •A U.S. Citizen or able to demonstrate proof of eligibility to work in the U.S. with a green card or work permit/visa •21 years of age or older •High school graduates (or its equivalent) •Open to a background check in allowable states •Committed to following procedures, including health protocols, at each individual distillery/wholesaler in which the intern is placed •Open to serving in a graduate alumni group

KOB-TV Master Control Operator

Professional, Hourly

Job Responsibilities: Constantly monitor and maintain on air-accuracy of all programs and commercials of television stations and other related transmitters. Insure the timely and accurate switching of all audio and video signals switched through Master Control. Correctly operate all technical equipment used in Master Control. Communicate to maintenance/engineering staff any technical problems with equipment. Share information with the next shift on technical difficulties or unresolved issues with programming or equipment. Responsible for the acquisition and distribution (A&D) of programs and commercials for air. Operate all A&D equipment with proficiency. Tune and record satellite feeds for news and operations. Uplinks satellites. Operate routers, microwave and satellite receiving equipment. Tune in all live shots for newscasts via microwave and satellite receivers. Operate computers to FTP material to and from HBI properties as well as from the public as necessary. Ingest and record programs and commercial content from Pathfire, DG, satellite and beta into the server. Time programs as needed. Operate all video equipment with proficiency. Handle playback of all video tape used during news programming or production sessions accurately and timely--includes loading, cueing, reloading, recuing, playing, recording and or changing any tape as requested by director in advance of air time. Insure playback machine is properly adjusted to provide optimum output. Record air checks. Is prepared for unexpected changes and problems with network and local programming and is ready to respond in a crisis or breaking news. Maintain and complete with accuracy all logs and other records related to each Master Control shift. Edit playlists through conclusion of shift and into the next shift. Serve as communication link between Assignment Desk, Producers and Field Crews, keeping everyone informed as to changes that occur in the show rundowns or problems encountered in the field. 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 from time to time as needed. Complete other duties as requested.

KOAT-TV Political Consultant

Professional, Hourly

KOAT is looking for a Reporter that has the ability to generate story ideas, write to video, and do compelling live shots. We are looking for a strong, take-charge reporter who hits the ground running every day. The successful candidate loves breaking news and is highly competitive. We value strong enterprise reporting and we???re looking for someone who finds the stories that lead newscasts. The Reporter is someone who can bring the energy of live reporting to our anchor desk. In addition to credibility, poise, and personality; we???re looking for a reporter who isn???t afraid to head out into the field and break the big stories. We are looking for this market???s next leader who isn???t afraid to ask the tough questions, and will hold those in power accountable. We are looking for a versatile, enterprising self-starter who is fast, efficient, works well under tight deadlines, can develop sources, and has excellent live reporting skills.

KOB-TV

Professional, Hourly

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.

First Born Model Program Manager

Professional, Hourly

The First Born® Model Program Manager oversees the day-to-day operations of the model under the umbrella of the Early Childhood Center of Excellence (ECCOE) at Santa Fe Community College under the supervision of the Director of the First Born® Model Office. The model office supports programs in 9 counties and 4 pueblos. This position is responsible for managing all program communication and oversight, contracts, annual fees, core competency training in the model for new hires, outreach, and expansion into new communities, implementing and overseeing execution of the research agenda, writing grants, managing the budget, and participating in regular First Born Model Office team meetings and, through these, engaging in ongoing quality improvement and strategic planning. Position can be done remotely. Candidates from across the state encouraged to apply. To apply: https://jobs.sfcc.edu/postings/4977