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PositionEmployerDeadline for ApplicationJob Description
Truck Driver/LaborerEddy CountyNovember 16, 2018The road department is charged with the maintenance of county road utilizing a variety of equipment. 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, 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. This position is subject to random drug and alcohol testing. The Road Manager Carlsbad, Road Manager Artesia, and Sandpoint Manager all have equal authority to direct your work schedule at any time.
Detention Trustee SupervisorEddy CountyNovember 16, 2018The Employee for this position will be responsible for transporting inmates to and from assigned work areas. Employee must maintain proper discipline of working inmates, while maintaining confidentially and security for job assignments. Employee must continually be aware of behavior that could affect the welfare of the inmates and must be aware of the surrounding to property evaluate situations while taking appropriate action. Employee will also be required to work as a Detention Officer as needed. Safety rules and practices are to be followed along with all other policies and procedures. All duties must be performed with minimal supervision. Employ may be required to work irregular hours such as, weekends or evenings and attend job-related meetings.
Wastewater Operator III Dona Ana CountyNovember 16, 2018Under the direction of the Utility Operations Manager, responsible for inspecting and testing operating wastewater systems.
AppraiserLincoln CountyNovember 26, 2018Establish real estate values for residential, nonresidential and commercial properties; use county maps to locate property to be assessed; assist co-workers in assessing every property within the county once every year; establish property grades, based on quality of construction, and determine proper appreciation or depreciation of structures and/or land
Loss Prevention SpecialistNew Mexico CountiesNovember 26, 2018The Law Enforcement Loss Prevention Specialist is responsible for providing assistance to Sheriffs’ Offices and County Public Safety Departments throughout New Mexico. The Law Enforcement Loss Prevention Specialist provides technical assistance, policy development, strategic loss analysis, and training to improve public safety.
Maintenance TechnicianTaos CountyNovember 28, 2018Performs a variety of working level semi-skilled duties related to the construction, installation, maintenance, upkeep, beautification and repair of parks, buildings, recreation facilities, parks, grounds and general environment.
Part time - PsychiatristSanta Fe CountyNovember 29, 2018Provides direct medical psychiatric treatment, and supervises the medical psychiatric care of assigned inmate-patients under treatment by other clinicians, for the inmate-patients at the SFC Adult Detention Center (SFCADC) and at the SFC Youth Development Program (SFCYDP) during incarceration. Psychiatric treatment will be provided in compliance with National Commission of Correctional Health Care (NCCHC) standards, American Correctional Association (ACA) standards, New Mexico Association of Counties (NMAC) standards, and Departmental procedures under the supervision of the Medical Director for SFCADC.
Mental Health ManagerSanta Fe CountyNovember 29, 2018This position will be under the supervision of the Deputy Warden. This professional position will assist in implementing operating procedures in evidence based clinical programming. The position will supervise clinical staff engaged in supportive therapy, crisis intervention, evaluation and resident programming. The position is responsible to provide direct clinical support services to High Risk Inmates.
County ManagerLuna CountyDecember 10, 2018Under the direction of the Luna County Board of Commissioners, the County Manager serves as the Chief Administrator for Luna County and is the Board’s primary link to the operations of county government providing leadership, management organization, direction and supervision of all operations and activities that fall under the authority of the Board of County Commissioners. The Manager demonstrates strong ethical, professional, and service oriented leadership. The Board of County Commissioners is responsible for establishing the policy direction and goals of Luna County; the Manager is responsible for the implementation of the Board’s policies and goals. The Manager is responsible for the training, performance management, and morale of the department that fall under the authority of the Board. The Manager develops the County’s annual operating budget for adoption by the Board of Commissioners The Manager formulates administrative and comprehensive plans to serve the current and future needs of the County for adoption by the Luna County Board of Commissioners. The Manager works cooperatively and jointly with the Board of County Commissioners and the other Elected Officials of Luna County to accomplish the mission of Luna County government.
Deputy IIMckinley CountyDecember 31, 2018This position is located in the Sheriff’s Office, Patrol Division, and serves as a patrol officer performing a full range of law enforcement services and duties. The work of this position requires a high level of confidentiality.
Deputy IMckinley CountyDecember 31, 2018This position is located in the Sheriff’s Office, Patrol Division, and serves as a patrol officer performing a full range of law enforcement services and duties. The work of this position requires a high level of confidentiality.
Uncertified DeputyMckinley CountyDecember 31, 2018This is a basic trainee level position established for the purpose of training the incumbent for higher level duties. The incumbent works toward completion of state certification though the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy, receives field training, firearms training, and other training as needed to fulfill assigned duties.
Deputy Sheriff LateralSan Juan CountyDecember 31, 2018Under general supervision, provides safety and security to citizens within the community through the patrolling of assigned areas, enforcement of laws and ordinances, detaining and interviewing violators, apprehension of suspects, and response to calls for assistance.
Case ManagerMcKinley CountyDecember 31, 2018The purpose of this position is to provide case management for the Juvenile Substance Abuse Crisis Center. This is accomplished by providing intake services for clients; monitoring clients; completing referrals; and tracking client progress throughout the program. Other duties include performing community outreach, group facilitation and prevention efforts.
Special Projects CoordinatorMcKinley CountyDecember 31, 2018The incumbent is responsible for overseeing the operation planning, establishment, execution, and evaluation of multifaceted projects typically consisting of a set of closely related subprograms or associated activities. Duties are performed with a high degree of independence, initiative, and judgement. May lead, train, and guide support staff.
Executive DirectorNorth Central NM Economic Dev. DistrictOpen until filledWorks with Board of Directors to fulfill NCNMEDD’s mission. Develop, maintain and support a strong Board of Directors, serve as ex-officio of each committee, seek and build board involvement with strategic direction for ongoing local, regional and state operations. Report to, and work closely with, the Board of Directors to ensure their involvement in policy decisions and increase the overall visibility of NCNMEDD throughout the State. Responsible for leading NCNMEDD in a manner that supports and guides NCNMEDD’s mission as defined by the Board of Directors. Responsible for communicating effectively with the Board and providing, in a timely and accurate manner, all information necessary for the Board to function properly and to make informed decisions. Oversee organization of Board and committee meetings. Other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors.
Full Time Public Safety Telecommunication PositionDe Baca CountyOpen until filledSuccessful applicants must meet the following MINIMUM requirements:
Eighteen years of age or older
Possess a High School Diploma or GED
Possess a valid New Mexico Driver’s License
Subject to full background check and drug screening
Be able to obtain all required certifications
Possess good communication skills
Be available to work various and inconsistent shifts
Be multi-tasked oriented
Procurement ManagerMcKinley CountyOpen until filledUnder administrative supervision, performs the full range of professional and complex procurement work in managing centralized purchasing support services. Responsibilities include but are not limited to ensuring compliance with all relevant laws, rules and regulations; reviewing and evaluating all aspects of competitive bid solicitations; evaluating, formulating and recommending policies and procedures to maintain and improve an effective and efficient purchasing office; and developing and facilitating training for County employees on purchasing policies and procedures. The incumbent exercises discretion and independent judgment within established guidelines, analyzes complex operations, develops recommendations to implement systemic improvements, and provides professional advice to County Management regarding the purchasing function and its impact on the County.
Assistant CookSocorro CountyOpen until filledPerforms a variety of entry level duties involved in the preparation of meals for the Senior Center meals program.
Detention OfficerChaves CountyOpen until filledDetention Officer reports to Detention Sergeant (as set forth in the chain of
command at Adult or Juvenile facility). Responsible for maintaining inmate security in the
Detention Center, including enforcement of rules, preventing escapes, escort prisoners.
Additional duties as needs arise and as dictated by management, may include, but are not
limited to, classification of detainees, assignment to the Alternative to Secure Detention
Program, participating in the STG (Security Threat Group), transporting detainees outside the
facility for various appointments or transfers between jails and prisons.
AppraiserChaves CountyOpen until filledPerform appraisals of property parcels and manufactured homes including field
inspection, data collection and entry, review and analysis of values and sales data, manage inquiries
concerning property valuation. Must be able to perform mathematical computations to analyze
transactions and perform basic statistical analysis, utilize maps, computer software and cost manuals to
value properties, interact with the general public professionally, be detailed oriented and work with
maximum accuracy.
Road ManagerSandoval CountyOpen until filledUnder general direction, plans, manages, coordinates and administers the daily functions and activities of assigned crews and projects; assists with the preparation and maintenance of budget to control cost and efficiency; monitors and oversees expenditures; prepares required reports; conducts research and plans for the future; manages staff and resources, including planning for seasonal staffing; assists with safety and emergency staff training; ensures and maintains safe work practices; documents and coordinates operations with other agencies including bridges, mapping, facilities, and state inventory; issues and reviews requests for excavation permits on county maintained roads; remains current on new or improved technologies and processes; and performs other support functions as directed by the Director of Public Works.
Maintenance Technician - CertifiedGrant CountyOpen until filledUnder general supervision, the Maintenance Technician - Certified will perform a variety of routine-to-skilled electrical or mechanical preventive maintenance duties in the repair, alteration and modification of buildings, equipment and facilities owned and maintained by Grant County. This person may also be asked to do any and all other duties assigned to the Maintenance Department.
Landfill Spotter/Heavy Equipment OperatorSandoval CountyOpen until filledUnder general supervision, operates heavy equipment in refuse disposal at the landfill, including rough excavation, spreading compaction, covering and finishing to prescribed grade; inspects and maintains equipment and ensures a safe environment for customers and employees; watches for potential hazards for employees and customers; directs customers to proper dumping area and informs them of where they can safely dispose of their waste; ensures that improper or unregulated materials are not disposed of; and performs other duties as assigned.
Detention OfficerSandoval CountyOpen until filledUnder general supervision, performs security work in the supervision, care and custody of inmates; performs other / related duties as assigned.
Facilities Maintenance WorkerSandoval CountyOpen until filledUnder general supervision, performs routine preventive and general maintenance on buildings, systems and equipment in assigned area of responsibility including electrical, plumbing, grounds, carpentry, locksmith, custodial, and HVAC; operates a variety of equipment and tools associated with work assignments; ensures buildings and grounds are safe and free from trash and debris; and performs other duties as assigned.
Transport DeputyTorrance CountyOpen until filledResponsible for the transportation and extradition of prisoners. This involves transporting all inmates to and from courts, medical appointments, mental health facilities, court quarters, other institutions and jurisdictions, or as directed by the Sheriff and/or Courts. Responsible for the safety of inmates while on transport and the protection of the general public; maintains liaison between other correctional institutions and law enforcement agencies; maintains confidentiality and security for special assignments; assists correctional officers during intake and release of inmates to ensure proper classification and documentation, must continually be aware of behavior which could affect the welfare of the inmates
Detention OfficerGrant CountyOpen until filledDetention Officers are responsible for overseeing individuals who have been arrested and are awaiting trial or who have been convicted of a crime and sentenced to serve time. Detention Officers enforce the regulations governing the operation of the County Detention Center in order to maintain a safe and secure facility. In order to ensure a safe environment officers shall monitor and supervise individuals in custody. Officers maintain security and inmate accountability to prevent disturbances, assaults, and escapes
Communication TraineeTaos CountyOpen until filledPerforms entry level skilled communication and routine clerical work in receiving, recording, processing, transmitting, telephone, radio and alarms system calls; dispatching routine and emergency information/resources; and keeping official records. Trainee employee has little or no dispatch experience; will be required to obtain NM Law Enforcement Academy Public Safety Telecommunicator Certification within one (1) year of employment and must maintain certification throughout employment. Will be required to work on a rotating shift basis, including nights, weekends and holidays; and is subject to recall during emergencies incidents to assist with communications.
Detention OfficerRoosevelt CountyOpen until filledUnder supervision, maintain a healthful and secure environment for the inmates housed in the Roosevelt County Detention Center in
accordance with established policies, procedures, regulations, and all applicable laws.
Detention SergeantRoosevelt CountyOpen until filledUnder supervision, maintain a healthful and secure environment for the inmates housed in the Roosevelt County Detention Center in
accordance with established policies, procedures, regulations, and all applicable laws.
Animal Control OfficerTorrance CountyOpen until filledEnforce animal control ordinances; respond to citizens' complaints concerning animal care and control problems; capture and impound strays
Vector TechnicianEddy CountyOpen until filledThis position will become an integral member of the Eddy County Vector Control team; the employee will be responsible for promoting and maintaining professionalism within the department, assist the Road Department in the maintenance of County Roads and property, control of pests, pesticide applications, and routine surveillance of County buildings and property. Vector Technician maintaining schedules, proposing the Vector Control budget and control vectors, control pests (including Africanized bees), control noxious weeks, apply herbicides as required to count property and rights-of-way, and monitor county buildings and property for pets. Generally, one half of the work year is assisting the Road Department in maintenance of county roads.
Transfer Station TechnicianEddy CountyOpen until filledMonitor designated municipal solid waste transfer stations in Eddy County. The majority of these duties will be accomplished on an individual basis without direct supervision. Perform tasks as required by the Eddy County Road Department in its responsibility of maintaining and construction of County Roads. Must comply with the safety guidelines of the County and must complete and pass new-hire physical. 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.
Road Laborer-ArtesiaEddy CountyOpen until filledThe road department is charged with the maintenance of county road utilizing a variety of equipment. 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, training, 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. This position is subject to random drug and alcohol testing. The Road Manager Carlsbad, Road Manager Artesia, and Sandpoint Manager all have equal authority to direct your work schedule at any time.
Public Information Officer / Oil and Gas LiaisonEddy CountyOpen until filledUnder the general supervision of the Community Services Director, is responsible for administering and managing public relations and special projects as assigned by county management on behalf of Eddy County. Serves as a liaison between: Eddy County, The New Mexico Oil and Gas Association (NMOGA), natural resources agencies of the federal and state governments, Eddy County citizens and the oil and gas industry; and serves as advisor to affected citizens and the Eddy County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) on matters relating to the oil and gas industry and monitors the oil and gas industry and related agencies in Eddy County. Under the general supervision of the Community Services Director, is responsible for administering and managing public relations and special projects as assigned by county management on behalf of Eddy County. May be required to supervise exempt liaison personnel and non-exempt administrative personnel and other duties as assigned. Employee may be required to work irregular hours, attend job-related meeting/training and perform other duties as assigned. Travel may be required in or out of state. Employee may be required to work irregular hours, attend job-related meetings/training and perform other duties as assigned.
Assistant Road ManagerEddy CountyOpen until filledThe Assistant Road Manager must become an integral member of the Eddy County Road Department’s supervisory staff assisting the Road Manager in all aspects of the Operation of the Eddy County Road Department. The position requires on-call status twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days per week, unless relieved from this responsibility for a specific time period. The Assistant Road Manager undertakes the responsibilities of the Road Manager during his/her absence. This person is responsible for the field supervision of employees directed from Road District I. Employee will assist the Road Manager in the orientation and direction of employees in safety, work performance evaluation and policies, work quality, equipment operations, project evaluations, design, and management, public safety, and public awareness. This position will be responsible for maintaining daily logs of work activities, material, equipment, employee and personal time, work location, invoices, and purchase orders. Employee may be required to work irregular hours, attend job-related meetings, and perform other duties as assigned and report directly to the Road Manager. The Road Manager Carlsbad, Road Manager Artesia, and Sandpoint Manager all have equal authority to direct your work schedule at any time.
Fire Captain Training OfficerEddy CountyOpen until filledThis is a sworn firefighting position that provides training and coordination of training for Fire Service personnel and Volunteer Fire Department members. When not assigned to emergency incidents, providing training is the largest part of this position. This position is responsible for the development, scheduling, coordination, and delivery of training programs to the various volunteer fire departments in Eddy County with a focus on assuring that the training is of the highest quality available and meets or exceeds established industry standards. This position will work closely with all local agency training division to assure that all personnel are trained to provide the highest level of service to the community. This position may be required to assist with other projects that would allow for training opportunities through the development of relationships with other agencies. Employee may be required to work irregular hours, attend job-related meetings, and perform other duties as assigned.
Detention Nurse PRNEddy CountyOpen 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 OfficerEddy CountyOpen 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.
Deputy SheriffEddy CountyOpen until filledPerform 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.
CustodianEddy CountyOpen until filledThis position works directly under the Facilities Director or designee and is responsible for a wide range of cleaning duties to be performed on various buildings, grounds, and related installations owned or under control, care and custody of the county. Employee must be able to work independently and perform all duties with minimal supervision. Employee may be required to work irregular hours, attend job-related meetings, and perform other duties as assigned.
Detention Officer - Part TimeCurry CountyOpen until filledPart Time Position - 19 hours or less per week. Responsible for maintaining inmate security in Curry County Adult or Juvenile Detention Facility that house up to 200 inmates at the ADC and 16 detainees at the JDC, including enforcement of rules, preventing escapes, inmate and detainee escort; operates under direct supervision. Position requires working under stress. Employee is responsible for enforcement of rules & regulations in detention facility, preventing escapes & riots, maintaining order & discipline among inmate, escorting inmates to and from cells and work assignments. Also responsible for operating and inspecting various security devices, reporting violations of rules & keeping count of inmates as assigned. Duties include controlling inmates from work stations or by patrolling cell blocks, dormitories, corridors and work areas; inspecting all areas of facility for unauthorized objects; checking sanitary conditions and fire and safety hazards; enforcing rules of conduct, security and labor standards by making written and verbal reports of significant violations or irregularities to supervisors. Employee must assist in supervision of inmates being transferred to other facilities or appearing in court; distributing cleaning and sanitation supplies as well as pick-up and delivery personal laundry and bedding; delivers mail and distributes medication as needed within policy guidelines. Employee must operate electric cell doors; control visitation of relatives, attorneys and others. Employee is expected to be familiar with federal, state and county and departmental laws and policies pertinent to the position, departmental directives, detention officer’s report manual, techniques and precautionary measures to be used in escort and supervision of inmates and typical behavior pattern of inmates; skill in use of camera and fingerprinting. Employee is expected to know and understand County Personnel Policies and perform any related work as required. Employee must be aware that position may involve life-threatening situations and act accordingly. Specific duties of adult detention officers are listed in the detention office manual. Work will largely be performed inside detention facility and some time spent in other areas. Employee must perform any other duties as required.
Detention Officer - Full TimeCurry CountyOpen until filledResponsible for maintaining inmate security in Curry County Adult or Juvenile Detention Facility that house up to 200 inmates at the ADC and 16 detainees at the JDC, including enforcement of rules, preventing escapes, inmate and detainee escort; operates under direct supervision. Position requires working under stress. Employee is responsible for enforcement of rules & regulations in detention facility, preventing escapes & riots, maintaining order & discipline among inmate, escorting inmates to and from cells and work assignments. Also responsible for operating and inspecting various security devices, reporting violations of rules & keeping count of inmates as assigned. Duties include controlling inmates from work stations or by patrolling cell blocks, dormitories, corridors and work areas; inspecting all areas of facility for unauthorized objects; checking sanitary conditions and fire and safety hazards; enforcing rules of conduct, security and labor standards by making written and verbal reports of significant violations or irregularities to supervisors. Employee must assist in supervision of inmates being transferred to other facilities or appearing in court; distributing cleaning and sanitation supplies as well as pick-up and delivery personal laundry and bedding; delivers mail and distributes medication as needed within policy guidelines. Employee must operate electric cell doors; control visitation of relatives, attorneys and others. Employee is expected to be familiar with federal, state and county and departmental laws and policies pertinent to the position, departmental directives, detention officer’s report manual, techniques and precautionary measures to be used in escort and supervision of inmates and typical behavior pattern of inmates; skill in use of camera and fingerprinting. Employee is expected to know and understand County Personnel Policies and perform any related work as required. Employee must be aware that position may involve life-threatening situations and act accordingly. Specific duties of adult detention officers are listed in the detention office manual. Work will largely be performed inside detention facility and some time spent in other areas. Employee must perform any other duties as required.
Extradition OfficerCurry CountyOpen until filledResponsible for maintaining prisoner security while extraditing or transporting to various courts, medical appointments, and other obligations as required by the courts and as directed by the Sheriff. Position requires working under stress.
Road Maintenance Equipment Operator - Full TimeCurry CountyOpen until filledOperates a variety of equipment including the following: Grader, front-end loader, dozer, dump truck, tank truck, pick-up truck, tractor, rotary shredder, loader, service truck, pneumatic roller, backhoe/loader, water truck, and steel wheel roller. Operates snowplow when weather conditions are wet. Performs manual labor and operates light to medium duty motorized fuel powered equipment in construction and maintenance of county rights-of-way, structures and facilities.
Full Time Heavy Equipment OperatorHarding CountyOpen until filledPosition requires a New Mexico Driver’s License - Class A CDL. Applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Must pass a pre-employment physical and drug screening.
Part-time DispatcherTorrance CountyOpen until filledCertified preferred. Minimum requirements: Must be 18 years or older, have a valid NM Driver’s License, High School Diploma or GED; no felony, domestic violence or DWI convictions. Must pass pre-employment drug/alcohol screen. Benefits package available for all full-time positions.
Full-time DispatcherTorrance CountyOpen until filledCertified preferred. Minimum requirements: Must be 18 years or older, have a valid NM Driver’s License, High School Diploma or GED; no felony, domestic violence or DWI convictions. Must pass pre-employment drug/alcohol screen. Benefits package available for all full-time positions.
Finance DirectorSierra CountyOpen until filledUnder the supervision of the County Manager this position performs a wide range of financial functions. The position will be responsible for compiling, organizing and maintaining the budget. Responsible for operating within and assuring compliance of the Sierra County Finance Policy. Issuing warrants for payment of services that have met the requirements outlined in Purchasing Procedures, in a timely manner. This position will be responsible for payment of all contracts. Will attend meetings representing the County Manager.
Economic Development DirectorOtero County Economic Development Council, Inc.Open until filledThe Economic Development Director is responsibel for the recuitment of new industries/businesses to Otero County plays an important role on the Otero County Economic Development Counsel in achieving overall goals and objectives. All qualified candidates, please submitt your cover letter and resume to renehatfield@precheck.com
Adult Detention Officer ITaos
County
Open until filledPerforms a variety entry 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.
Adult Detention CadetTaos
County
Open until filledPerforms 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.

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