Featured Employment Opportunities
|Position||Employer||Deadline for Application||Job Description|
|Animal Control and Codes Officer||Dona Ana County||July 27th, 2017||Under the direction of the Animal Control and Codes Field Supervisor, the position performs both animal control and codes enforcement duties according to Dona Ana County animal control and environmental codes ordinances. This position works various shifts and includes weekends and holidays. It is also subject to being on-call.|
|Detention Center Administrator||Hidalgo County||August 4th, 2017||The Detention Center Administrator plans, organizes, and directs the operation of the Hidalgo County Detention Center as well as aids in the overall planning and policy making of the Center to insure the safety of all employees and security of all prisoners. The Detention Center Administrator is the designated Department Director of the Hidalgo County Detention Center, appointed by the Hidalgo County Commission which has the responsibility of taking charge of and keeping the facility and inmates therein, within federal, state and local minimum standards and laws. The Detention Center Administrator has the function and responsibility for the administration and fiscal management of the operations of the Center and the enforcement of necessary policies and procedures within the Center.|
|Environmental Services Superintendent||Los Alamos County||July 25th, 2017||Under limited supervision of the Environmental Services Manager, plans, organizes, supervises, controls, and budgets all aspects of refuse operations including residential and commercial collection, Environmental Services Facility operations and recycling in compliance with appropriate state and federal rules and regulations. County application is required. Application and full job information are available at www.losalamosnm.us or by calling 505-662-8040.|
|Road Maintenance Operator I||Taos County||July 27th, 2017||Considerable knowledge of various light to heavy equipment; hazards and safety precautions related to construction and equipment operation; traffic laws, ordinances, and regulations; construction methods and procedures typical to county service systems; equipment parts and preventive maintenance for the same.
- Must possess a valid "Class A" New Mexico Commercial Driver's License (CDL).
- May be required to obtain tanker endorsements.
- Must be able to pass ICC physical and maintain medical certificate.
- Must be flagging certified.
- Completes regular OSHA and traffic control training.
|Deputy Sheriff||De Baca County||Open until filled||The De Baca County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for the position of certified/non certified Deputy Sheriff. Minimum requirements include a high school diploma and no felony convictions. Potential applicants must be able to successfully pass a pre-employment drug screening and a background investigation. The pay scale ranges from $16.00 to $20.00 per hour depending on experience and years of certification. Benefits include PERA 20/25 year retirement and available life, disability, health, dental and vision insurance. Officers also receive compensation for court time, overtime and paid vacation/sick leave. For more information please call the Sheriff’s Office at 575-355-7433 or pick up applications at the Human Resources Office at the De Baca County Courthouse, 248 E. Avenue C. Fort Sumner. Position is open till filled. EOE|
|Emergency Communications Center Director||Tucumcari Quay Regional Emergency Communications Center||Open until filled||The Tucumcari Quay Regional Emergency Communications Center (TQRECC) Director shall be in charge of the day-to-day operations of TQRECC, consistent with decisions, policies and direction of the TQRECC Board. The Director shall report directly to the Board and serves as an appointed position. A detailed job description and/or applications may be obtained at the County Manager’s Office, located at 300 South Third Street, Tucumcari, NM|
|Counselor II||San Juan County||July 26th, 2017||Under 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.|
|Maintenance Worker||Roosevelt County||Open until filled||Under 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.|
|MIS Technician I||Taos County||July 25th, 2017||Performs a variety of entry level, complex technical duties as needed to assure the effective and efficient operation of county information and communication systems.|
|Tucumcari Quay Regional Emergency Communications Center(TQRECC) Director||Quay County||Open until filled||The Tucumcari Quay Regional Emergency Communications Center Director shall be in charge of the day-to-day operations of TQRECC, consistent with decisions, policies and direction of the TQRECC Board. The Director shall report directly to the Board and serves as an appointed position.|
|State Fire Marshal||New Mexico Public Regulation Commission||July 21st, 2017||The State Fire Marshal serves the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission and its Commissioners reporting directly to the Chief of Staff. This position will manage the operations of the State Fire Marshal’s Division. The State Fire Marshal shall administer the provisions of Chapter 59A, Article 52 NMSA 1978. Section 40. Section 59A-52-3 NMSA 1978. The incumbent must have experience in fire inspections, investigations, commercial and residential building codes, chemicals and chemical reactions.|
|Code Enforcement Deputy Fire Marshal||New Mexico Public Regulation Commission||July 20th, 2017||This position functions as the Deputy Fire Marshal/Bureau Chief over the Fire Code Enforcement Bureau of the Fire Marshals Division. The Code Enforcement Bureau has the statuary responsibility of conduction fire and life safety inspection of all occupancies throughout the state ensuring highest level of safety for the occupants and citizens of New Mexico. This position organizes Code Enforcement programs deployed by Fire Inspection staff ensuring compliance with all applicable New Mexico State Statues, New Mexico State Administration Code, the International Fire Code and the National Fire Protection Association Codes.|
|Finance Director||North Central Regional Transit District||Open until filled||The Finance Director will possess a Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business administration, finance or a related field and at least eight (8) years of progressively responsible experience in a senior-level finance or accounting position, preferably in local government. To include at least three (3) years supervision of professional and clerical staff.|
|Deputy Sheriff (Entry)||San Juan County||September 1st, 2017||San Juan County Sheriff's Office provides law enforcement services to prevent crimes, preserve the peace, and provide security to the citizens and visitors of San Juan County. Each Sheriff's Office employee is a part of a dedicated team contributing to our success in delivering results to serve and protect. If you have the commitment and desire to make a difference, we invite you to apply for a Deputy Sheriff position. We are seeking energetic, dedicated, career-oriented individuals to be a member of our professional law enforcement agency. A competitive benefits package is offered to all deputies including: four-day work week; take-home vehicles; sick and vacation leave; a fully-equipped exercise/weight room; opportunities for specialty assignments and advancements. New Mexico Law Enforcement Officers may retire at any age with 25 years of service. Please complete the entire on-line application including the "supplemental questions" section. Must possess a high school diploma or GED and be 21 years of age. Must have the ability to pass a physical ability course, oral interview and extensive background check, and written, psychological, medical and polygraph exams. Valid New Mexico driver's license or able to obtain within six (6) months of employment.|
|Full Time Financial Specialist||De Baca County||Open until filled||Successful applicants must meet the following MINIMUM requirements:
• Possess a High School Diploma or GED
• Possess a valid New Mexico Driver’s License
• Subject to full background check and drug screening
• Possess good communication skills
• Experience in bookkeeping, accounting and/or finance preferred
• Be multi-tasked oriented
|Deputy Fire Chief, Pasco, Washington||Pasco, Washington||July 26th, 2017||The Pasco Fire Department is seeking a Deputy Fire Chief. The Pasco Fire Department is an all-hazards organization that provides fire (structural and wildland), advanced life support emergency medical services through an ambulance utility, technical rescue (swiftwater, high and low angle rope, confined space, vehicle/machinery, and trench), hazardous materials, aircraft rescue and firefighting emergency services.|
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