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PositionEmployerDeadline for ApplicationJob Description
Appraisal Data Field TechnicianBernalillo CountyOctober 10th, 2017Under direct supervision of the section supervisor, perform inspection, data collection, recording, and analysis of assigned field data collection assessments which involves frequent travel using a County vehicle. Assist other appraisal sections in the performance of their duties.
Claims SpecialistBernalillo CountySeptember 27th, 2017Under general direction of the Risk Management Claims Manager, diligently investigate, research, evaluate, and process a range of claim types on behalf of Bernalillo County. Provide excellent customer service to both internal and external customers. Range of claims types will include, but may not be limited to, workers' compensation, property/casualty, auto, and general liability. Assure compliance with all applicable laws, rules, and regulations related to claim handling.
Clinical
Social Worker/Clinical Counselor
Bernalillo countySeptember 29th, 2017Under the general direction of the Assigned Manager, coordinate the clinical treatment programs and provide mental health services to the residents at the Department. Responsible for coordinating and participating in the mental health services provided for residents at the department, supervising personnel in the mental health section as required. Interview and provide evaluations and mental status examinations of residents as needed and develop individualized treatment plans for residents during their stay. Make suicide assessments and reassessments as needed.
Clinical
Social Worker/Clinical Counselor
Bernalillo countySeptember 29th, 2017Under the general direction of the Assigned Manager, coordinate the clinical treatment programs and provide mental health services to the residents at the Department. Responsible for coordinating and participating in the mental health services provided for residents at the department, supervising personnel in the mental health section as required. Interview and provide evaluations and mental status examinations of residents as needed and develop individualized treatment plans for residents during their stay. Make suicide assessments and reassessments as needed.
Clinical
Social Worker/Clinical Counselor
Bernalillo countySeptember 29th, 2017Under the general direction of the Assigned Manager, coordinate the clinical treatment programs and provide mental health services to the residents at the Department. Responsible for coordinating and participating in the mental health services provided for residents at the department, supervising personnel in the mental health section as required. Interview and provide evaluations and mental status examinations of residents as needed and develop individualized treatment plans for residents during their stay. Make suicide assessments and reassessments as needed.
Director, Community DevelopmentDona Ana CountySeptember 28th, 2017Directs, manages, and
coordinates the activities and operations of the Community Development
Department comprised of the Advance Planning, Current Planning, Building
Services, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Divisions.
Building Systems TechnicianTaos CountyOctober 4th, 2017The purpose of this position is to perform a variety of technical duties as needed to sustain the operation of the computerized automation systems equipment; electronic, mechanical, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC), elevator, lighting and equipment within the County Courthouse Complex to ensure proper function and resist equipment failure.
Adult
Detention Cadet/Adult Detention Officer I
Taos
County
October 2nd, 2017Performs a variety trainee level technical and correction/detention duties intended to assure compliance with adult detention center operational polices practices and procedures. Maintains safety and security of the detention center and proper day-to-day care of inmates.
Counselor IISan
Juan County
September 27th, 2017Under general supervision of the Clinical Director, counsels and aids individuals convicted of driving while intoxicated and/or facing criminal charges related to substance abuse; counsels their families regarding substance abuse problems and the recovery process. The Counselor II is a professional position providing treatment services for successful program completion while upholding confidentiality. The ideal candidate will be a friendly, dedicated professional with experience in addictions counseling. This is a grant-funded position. Current State of New Mexico approved LSAA (Licensed Substance Abuse Associate) AND be eligible for and obtain master's level social work licensure or related counseling field licensure within one year; OR Current State of New Mexico approved LADAC (Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor) licensure; OR current State of New Mexico LMSW (Licensed Master Social Work) licensure or related counseling field. Valid State of New Mexico driver's license or able to obtain within six (6) months of employment.
Engineering TechnicianSan
Juan County
September 26th, 2017Under general supervision of a senior engineer, the Engineering Technician performs a variety of technical duties related to the development of projects and civil engineering objectives of the San Juan County Public Works Department. Associate's Degree in Engineering, Technology, Surveying or similar program and zero to three (0-3) years of experience in related field, or equivalent combination of education and work experience sufficient to perform the duties of the position. A Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering is desirable. Certification as an Engineer in Training (EIT) is desirable. Valid State of New Mexico driver's license or able to obtain within six (6) months of employment.
Special Projects Coordinator -
Transition Planning
Bernalillo CountyUnder general direction of the Behavioral Health Director, is responsible for administering the Transition Planning and Re-entry Resource Center program which seeks to improve public safety and public health outcomes for individuals returning to the community from jail by offering case management and transition planning services both while at MDC and immediately following release from custody. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: oversight of service providers; assessment of all pertinent activities; development of program guidelines; oversight of compliance with pertinent policies, laws, and regulations; measurement of program outcomes and deliverables; contract
Senior Budget Analyst, ASD/Finance DepartmentLos Alamos CountySeptember 29th, 2017Under general supervision of the Budget and Performance Manager, coordinates the County-wide performance management system, including developing, evaluating, tracking and verifying program performance measures. Provides County-wide analysis and recommendations in the development, implementation, and management of the County budget, applying fundamental budgetary concepts, practices, and procedures. Maintains confidentiality of all privileged information.
Voting Machine TechnicianEddy
County
September 22nd, 2017This position cares for and maintains electronic tabulating machines (voting machines), tubs and ballot boxes, and voting machine keys; and schedules machines for delivery and pick up. This employee organizes voting machines for certification and test votes machines for certification. Employee organizes machine keys, locks and ballot boxes for distribution and storage. This position registers and assists voters in the Bureau of Elections and performs routine maintenance of voter file, and will assist the absentee early voting board during elections. Employee may work alone, with or without direction, with one or two people, with a large number of people, or with the public. Employee will be required to work irregular hours, attend job related meetings, and perform other duties as assigned.
Landfill OperatorEddy
County
September 22nd, 2017Environmental Services is charged with the maintenance and operation of Sandpoint Landfill, located 12 miles east of Carlsbad on Highway 62/180, utilizing a variety of equipment. The Landfill Operator shall be proficient in the operation , correct application, and safe use of hand tools; the operation and maintenance of trash compactors, front end loaders, dozers, scrapers; the safe, proper, and efficient hauling and placement of various types of material using the above equipment, the daily maintenance check lists of equipment including walk-around and pre-trip and operation inspections; the daily paperwork required of the Environmental Services; the routine maintenance and cleanliness of equipment assigned; receiving and execution of directions; debriefing for daily activities; working in a crew environment and becoming an integral part of the crew.The Operator is subject to random drug screening as a safety sensitive position. Employee may be required to work irregular hours, attend job-related meetings, and perform other duties as assigned. The Road Manager Carlsbad, Road Manager Artesia, and Sandpoint Manager all have equal authority to direct your work schedule at any time.
Executive DirectorEastern New Mexico Water Utility AuthorityOpen until filledThe Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority is seeking an experienced candidate to fill the Executive Director position. Under the direction of the Board, the Director oversees the development and operation of the Eastern New Mexico Rural Water System. The Director provides oversight of administrative, fiscal, communication, coordination and liaison activities. The Director holds ultimate responsibility for the operation of all aspects of the ENMWUA. The Director employs, as budgeted, appropriate staff guaranteeing successful operation of the Authority.
Chief Executive Officer for New Mexico Hospitality AssociationNew Mexico Hospitality AssociationOctober 5th, 2017MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
3 to 5 years direct leadership
Tourism and/or Economic Development experience; and/or Trade Association experience; and/or Non-Profit preferred
Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s Degree preferred
Excels at motivating and influencing individuals from various backgrounds and business categories to action
Proven ability to build brand equity
Passion for New Mexico’s natural resources, attractions, culture and peoples
Out of state applicants encouraged to apply
Utilities ManagerDona Ana CountyFebruary 24th, 2018Responsible for the administration and management
of the Utilities Department. Responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Dona Ana County wastewater collection, treatment and disposal systems. Provides oversight for multiple treatment plant operations, administration and technical support, supervises Utilities and contract personnel who perform operation and maintenance duties. Plans, supervises and coordinates the construction and/or repair of wastewater lines, lift stations, and related infrastructure. Perform inspections of work in progress or upon completion to assure compliance with specifications. Position requires availability for responding to emergency situations on a 24 hour basis.
Information Technology DirectorDona Ana CountyOpen until filledDoña Ana County, home to the City of Las Cruces and New Mexico State University, is seeking a dynamic and talented Information Technology Director that is capable of mentoring and inspiring the County’s future IT leaders. This County of 210,000 residents is located in Mesilla Valley just northwest of El Paso and is governed by a five-member Board of Commissioners. The position reports to the Assistant County Manager for Administration and is responsible for leading a staff of 25 FTEs and an approximate $3.2M budget.
Fire Fleet MechanicOtero CountyOpen until filledTo perform major and minor repairs on automotive and diesel equipment; to perform diagnostic activities for fuel and electrical systems; and to perform routine construction activities as assigned.
Equipment Operator-AlamogordoOtero CountyOpen until filledTo operate heavy maintenance equipment for hauling, loading and dumping materials and to perform a variety of semi-skilled and skilled maintenance tasks.
Equipment Operator-PinonOtero CountyOpen until filledTo operate heavy maintenance equipment for hauling, loading and dumping materials and to perform a variety of semi-skilled and skilled maintenance tasks.
Mapping TechnicianOtero CountyOpen until filledTo draft and perform technical functions related to mapping for the assessor’s department; to update, maintain and create maps; and to perform other related duties as assigned.
Paralegal/Legal SecretaryOtero CountyOpen until filledTo perform a variety of duties involving routine administrative and full permanence complex,
paralegal duties designed to expedite legal services provided through the department of the
County Attorney.
County AttorneyOtero CountyOpen until filledServes as in-house counsel, legal advisor to the Board of County Commissioners and to the County Manager. Represents the County in all matters not assigned to insurance counsel; investigates, prepares and negotiates contracts and civil cases; conducts administrative hearings and represents the County in administrative proceedings.
County ManagerDona Ana CountySeptember 30th, 2017Dona Ana County, New Mexico seeks seasoned management professionals to apply for the County Manager position. This is an exceptional opportunity to provide Leadership and management to the County organization as it grows and develops for the future.

The Dona Ana County Manager is selected by and reports to the Board of County Commissioners and is responsible for the administration of all County affairs. The responsibilities include but are not limited to the administration of all organizational units placed in the County Manager's charge by the County Code and by ordinance.

The County is governed by the five-member Board of Commissioners. The County Manager is responsible for overseeing the County's 900 employees, except for five elected officials: County Assessor, County Clerk, County Probate Judge, County Sheriff, and the County Treasurer. Dona Ana County provides a full range of traditional county and municipal services.
Deputy SheriffEddy
County
Open until filled Perform a wide range of patrol duties, as assigned, to enforce various laws and ordinances, and to protect the general public’s constitutional rights, as provided for under county, state, tribal and federal laws. Work from rotating shift patrol assignments, to operate a patrol vehicle in a designated area of the county, with full responsibility for proper personal conduct and enhancement of the County’s police image, while carrying out the duties of law enforcement being ever mindful of the constitutional rights of the citizenry, both on and off duty. Employee must perform all duties with minimal supervision. Employee may be required to work irregular hours, attend job related meetings both in and out of town, and perform other duties as assigned.
Detention OfficerEddy
County
Open until filledSupervise and monitor behavior of residents, coordinate and cooperate with law enforcement agencies and judiciary agencies as necessary. Plans and performs a wide range of detention duties to insure the proper booking, incarceration and safety of persons committed to the Detention Center, inspect facilities for cleanliness, cleaning and sanitizing the facility, identify and report conditions or practices that may compromise overall sanitation effectiveness, maintain an inventory of sanitation supplies, maintain and inventory of all inmate supplies, stored clothing and distribution. Work schedule is dependent on facility needs. Employee may transport prisoners to court and other appearances. Employee must perform all duties with minimal supervision. Detention officers may be assigned to duty stations in the Adult Male Unit, Adult Female Unit. Employee may be required to work irregular hours, attend job-related meetings in and out of town, and perform other duties assigned.
Detention Nurse PRNEddy
County
Open until filledThis position plans and performs a wide range of general medical nursing duties including inmate daily sick call, record keeping, medication administration and control. The PRN Nurse will coordinate care with contracted physicians to perform medical services. Minimum qualifications: High School Diploma or GED; Registered Nurse with Diploma (Associates or Bachelors in Nursing) and maintain degree through continuing education credits; One year of nursing experience, preferably in acute patient care and either Emergency Room or ICU; Must be able to work independently with appropriate guidance and counsel from the Healthcare Director and/or the County Physician; Must have effective human relation skills to deal with individuals at all levels, including inmates, officers, and other Detention Center employees. Must possess the ability to handle stressful situations and respond appropriately. Employee may be required to work irregular hours, attend job related meetings, and be required to perform other duties as assigned.
Detention Nurse Part-TimeEddy
County
Open until filledThis position plans and performs a wide range of general medical nursing duties including inmate daily sick call, record keeping, medication administration and control. The Part Time Nurse will coordinate care with contracted physicians to perform medical services. Minimum qualifications: High School Diploma or GED; Registered Nurse with Diploma (Associates or Bachelors in Nursing) and maintain degree through continuing education credits; One year of nursing experience, preferably in acute patient care and either Emergency Room or ICU; Must be able to work independently with appropriate guidance and counsel from the Healthcare Director and/or the County Physician; Must have effective human relation skills to deal with individuals at all levels, including inmates, officers, and other Detention Center employees. Must possess the ability to handle stressful situations and respond appropriately. Employee may be required to work irregular hours, attend job related meetings, and be required to perform other duties as assigned.
Heavy Equipment Operator - ArtesiaEddy
County
September 22nd, 2017The road department is charged with the maintenance of county roads utilizing a variety of equipment. Operate motor grader, grading various base materials maintaining and establishing road profiles to grades and blue tops. Hand operated tools are also utilized in the performance of this job. Employee must perform all duties with minimal supervision. Employee may be required to work irregular hours, attend job-related meetings in and out of town, and perform other duties as assigned. Employee must comply with the safety guidelines of the County and complete and pass a new-hire physical and drug screen. No illegal drug use within the last years. This position is subject to random drug and alcohol testing.
Light Equipment Operator-Roll Off-CarlsbadEddy
County
September 22nd, 2017The road department is charged with the maintenance of county roads utilizing a variety of equipment. Operate motor grader, grading various base materials maintaining and establishing road profiles to grades and blue tops. Hand operated tools are also utilized in the performance of this job. Employee must perform all duties with minimal supervision. Employee may be required to work irregular hours, attend job-related meetings in and out of town, and perform other duties as assigned. Employee must comply with the safety guidelines of the County and complete and pass a new-hire physical and drug screen. No illegal drug use within the last years. This position is subject to random drug and alcohol testing.
Harding County ManagerHarding CountySeptember 29, 2017APPLICATIONS & JOB DESCRIPTION CAN BE OBTAINED AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATION:
Harding County Manager
35 Pine St.
P O Box 1002
Mosquero, NM 87733
575-673-2927 575-673-0100
hardingfin@plateautel.net
Maintenance WorkerRoosevelt CountyOpen until filledUnder limited supervision by the Maintenance Supervisor, perform a variety of work as assigned in the general maintenance and repair of buildings, facilities, grounds, and equipment. Perform related duties as assigned. Demonstrate strong ethical, professional, and service-oriented customer service.
Compliance Program ManagerMcKinley CountyDecember 28th, 2017This position is responsible for the coordination, planning, evaluation, monitoring, implementation and direction of all McKinley County DWI Compliance Monitoring Program activities including: assisting Magistrate, District and Municipal Court Judges with supervised probation and pre-trial release requirements.
DWI Program ManagerMcKinley CountyDecember 28th, 2017This position is responsible for the coordination, planning, evaluation, monitoring, implementation and direction of all McKinley County DWI Program activities including: Prevention, Enforcement, Screening, Domestic Abuse, Treatment, and Alternative Sentencing
Grants ManagerMcKinley CountyDecember 28th, 2017This position is located at the McKinley County Office of Grants Management. Oversees and manages day-to-day administrative aspects of all McKinley County Grants and Projects and assists other departments in the operational aspects of grants and projects.

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