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Deputy Sheriff CadetTaos CountyOpen until FilledPerforms a wide range of entry level professional law enforcement duties intended to secure a safe environment for county citizens and to protect rights as established by federal, state, and local laws. Works under the general supervision of a Sergeant or Lieutenant. Works under the close supervision of an assigned Field Training Officer. Call (575) 737-6313 for more information.
Appraisal-Appeals ClerkSan Juan CountyJune 6th, 2017Under general supervision, assists the appraisal department in preparation for the appeals process; proofs the appraiser's data entry into the Computer-Assisted Mass Appraisal (CAMA) System and verifies property records are accurate, equitable, and in compliance with state and federal regulations.
Misdemeanor Compliance OfficerMcKinley CountyDecember 29th, 2017The purpose of this position is to assist Magistrate Judges and District Court Judges with Supervised Probation and Pre-Trial Release. This is accomplished by supervising defendants and facilitating client court appearances. Other duties include entering client data and managing court correspondence regarding defendants.
Registered NurseMcKinley CountyDecember 28th, 2017The purpose of this position is to provide medical care to inmates at the County Jail Facility. This is accomplished by setting up medication tray and managing inmate medical files. Other responsibilities include performing medical intakes for new inmates and completing other duties as needed.
Corrections OfficerMcKinley CountyDecember 28th, 2017The purpose of this position is to provide a safe and secure setting for McKinley County Jail Facility. This is accomplished by providing security checks and inmate searches, conducting head counts, and providing direct and indirect supervision of inmates. Other responsibilities include facility sanitation; serving inmate meals; processing inmates into facility; and performing other duties as needed.
Administrative AssistantMcKinley CountyDecember 28th, 2017The purpose of this position is to perform a wide variety of administrative and office support activities to facilitate the efficient operation of McKinley Co. Departments. This is accomplished by performing general clerical duties and providing customer services to citizens and visitors. Other responsibilities include coordinating meeting, appointments, and travel for managers, supervisors, and commissions and performing other duties as requested
Deputy Chief Financial OfficerLos Alamos CountyJune 16th, 2017Under general supervision of the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), accomplishes the objectives of the Finance Division by strategic planning, organizing, and managing the accounting and payroll functions to assure optimal return on financial assets, establish financial policies, procedures, internal controls, and reporting systems. Ensures all accounting functions and programs, including payroll, are maintained in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and Governmental Accounting Standards. Assists in the development and review of county budgets. May act as the Chief Financial officer in the CFO’s absence. Maintains confidentiality of all privileged information.
Risk Management SpecialistNew Mexico Association of CountiesJune 2nd, 2017Non-profit local governmental association seeking risk management specialist. Successful candidate shall have at least four years of office administrative experience; excellent computer (Word, Excel, PPT, Acrobat, Outlook), multi-tasking, and organizational skills; and excellent written and verbal communication abilities. College degree required. Responsible for assisting the director in administering three self-insurance pools, two boards of directors, and the risk management department. Responsible for the creation, administration and maintenance of all departmental data and documentation. Point of contact for vendors (broker, auditors) and members (insurance coverage questions). Experience in insurance/risk management or local government preferred. Office location in Santa Fe or Albuquerque.

Excellent benefits package and working environment. Hiring immediately. Email resume and references by June 2, 2017 to
Multi-Line Claims Assistant New Mexico Association of CountiesJune 2nd, 2017Non-profit local governmental association seeking Multi-Line claims assistant for Santa Fe office. Successful candidate shall have at least three years of office administrative experience; excellent computer (Word, Excel, PPT, database management), multi-tasking, and organizational skills; and effective written and verbal communication abilities. Responsible for providing administrative support in a fast-paced environment and responding to departmental inquiries. Experience in claims handling / insurance preferred.

Excellent benefits package and working environment. Hiring immediately. Email resume and references by June 2, 2017 to
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.
Grounds Maintenance Technician-TemporaryTaos CountyMay 31st, 2017The purpose of this position is to perform a variety of working level semi-skilled duties related to the maintenance, upkeep, beautification and repair of Taos County grounds, recreation facilities, parks, and general environment.
Information Technology DirectorDoña Ana CountyJune 5th, 2017Candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree in business, business computer systems, computer science, or a related field, plus 8 years’ of progressively responsible experience in a computer management position, and 4 years managing the work of others. Experience working with a city, county, or similar public jurisdiction is desired. The ideal candidate should have knowledge working with public safety/public works telecommunications systems, a sizable computer network, cyber security policies and testing, GIS, and experience managing people and budgets. The salary range will extend to over $100,000 DOQ/E, with outstanding benefits and a low cost of living.
MIS Technician ITaos CountyMay 29th, 2017Working knowledge of LAN topologies; logical design, database structures; system networking procedures and typical maintenance processes; various types of inter-related equipment, specifications and compatibilities; system programming requirements and software contingencies; various software applications (PC); training methods and procedures.
Billing ClerkTaos CountyMay 30th, 2017Performs a variety of entry level complex clerical duties designed to expedite the data entry and information management of all department financial activities, including accounts receivable and accounts payable. Performs general bookkeeping for the department, receives fees, issues receipts, balances and reconciles accounts.
Fire ChiefTorrance CountyMay 25th, 2017Torrance County is accepting applications for a full-time Fire Chief, salary range $41,600 – 52,000, DOE. This position is responsible for complex administration of the standard operating policies and procedures and budgets of the six (6) County Volunteer Fire Departments; Fire Chief carries the responsibility to lead volunteer firefighters and emergency medical personnel to provide high quality emergency services to Torrance County residents and visitors. Fire Chief duties include fire investigation, fire inspections, pre-fire planning, fire education, and coordination and overall improvement of the fire services. Applications and job specifications can be obtained from the County Manager’s Office, (505) 544-4757 or on-line at
Full-Time TelecommunicatorGrant CountyOpen until FilledIs accepting applications for Full-Time Telecommunicator. MUST be able to do shift work, handle stressful situations involving life and property, while under pressure. Starting pay $11.79 an hour, plus benefits and includes PERA Retirement. After successful completion of the NM Law Enforcement Academy and 4 other certifications, pay will increase to $13.13 an hour. Must pass a pre-employment drug, hearing screening and background check. Job applications and job descriptions can be located at Grant Co. Regional Dispatch Authority, 2606 S. Silver St, Silver City NM 88061. (575)388-8840.

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