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PositionEmployerDeadline for ApplicationJob Description
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.
Case ManagerMcKinley CountyDecember 28th, 2017The purpose of this position is to provide case management for the McKinley County Adult Detention Center Drug & Alcohol Treatment Program. This is accomplished by monitoring clients post-discharge from the treatment program; receiving referrals; setting up support services inside and outside of ADC for the inmates and assisting the inmates in obtaining jobs, housing and other resources to support their continued sobriety.
Chief Deputy ClerkMcKinley CountyDecember 28th, 2017The position is located in the Office of the County Clerk and is responsible for the management, coordination, and operational functions regarding the recording, filing/or and issuance of legal documents, forms, probates, etc., and for the supervision of a support staff to assure effective and efficient customer services to the public and to numerous representatives of various entities such as the City of Gallup, to the officials of McKinley County governments and to other Tribal, State, County and Federal entities. This position is considered a highly confidential position due to the nature of work performed.
State
Fire Marshal
New
Mexico State Public Regulation Commission
November 20th, 2017This position will manage day-to-day operations of the State Fire Marhsal'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.
Construction and Maintenance ForemanSan
Juan County
November 28th, 2017Under general supervision, schedules and supervises work crews performing road construction and maintenance; serves as a working foreman utilizing heavy and light equipment on projects such as preparing, paving and patching roads and parking lots, blading roads and ditches and installing culverts and clearing property; oversees work and ensures that all safety guidelines are observed.
Information Technology AdministratorBernalillo
County
November 29th, 2017Under direction, performs professional duties related to the analysis, development, maintenance and administration of computer hardware and software systems to meet business needs. Incumbents may perform any of the following functions: monitors and administers servers and related platforms; maintains, configures and monitors network and/or telecommunications infrastructures and related system components; consults with departmental customers to identify and analyze business functions that can be improved by the implementation of new hardware and/or software solutions; translates business requirements into system deployments; performs professional-level systems maintenance and customer support duties; develop and/or modify scripts; may serve as a project manager over routine systems-related projects that are small to medium in size, and require limited staff and resources; and performs other related duties as assigned.
Information Technology Technician IIBernalillo CountyNovember 28th, 2017Under general supervision, performs a wide range of technical duties to provide effective support for assigned technology functional area; troubleshoots and resolves system/application related support requests pertaining to maintenance and administration of computer hardware and software systems to meet business needs. This classification serves as a first or second-level responder and may perform any of the following functions: sets up, maintains and monitors a variety of information systems including network, peripherals, operating systems and user applications; plans, implements and monitors hardware and software upgrades, patches, security and backup/recovery processes; installs, configures and administers a variety of commercial, off-the-shelf (COTS) and internal applications; and performs other related duties as assigned.
Environmental Services SuperintendentLos Alamos CountyDecember 11th, 2017Under 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.
Juvenile Detention OfficerSan
Juan County
Open until filledSan Juan County is seeking a dedicated female (for working with female juvenile offenders). Under general supervision, Juvenile Detention Officers guard juveniles in the Juvenile Detention Facility and provide for the needs of juveniles during detention to include, but not limited to: lock down juveniles in cells after searching for weapons, valuables, drugs or other contraband. Observes conduct and behavior to prevent disturbances and escapes, and inspects facility for tampering. The ideal candidate will have the ability to exercise compassion while remaining within strict boundaries outlined by CYFD regulations concerning the treatment of juveniles. Integrity, loyalty and reliability are a must. Per the Juvenile Services Department's Security policy, a criminal background check will be conducted for applicants as part of the application process. Please refer to the application form's supplemental questions section for detailed information. Must possess a high school diploma or GED and be at least 21 years of age. Must have no felony convictions or convictions for crimes involving moral turpitude. Must be certified as a juvenile officer within the first 90 days of employment. Valid State of New Mexico driver's license or able to obtain within six (6) months of employment.
Counselor IISan
Juan County
Open until filledUnder 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.
Registered NurseSanta Fe CountyNovember 20th, 2017Under the supervision of the facility’s Registered Nurse Administrator and the supervising Physician, performs a variety of routine, non-emergency medical duties for the purpose of initial screening of new arrivals and diagnosis of ongoing and new medical problems.
LPNSanta Fe CountyNovember 20th, 2017Contributes to the nursing process through on-going systematic data collection, assisting in the health assessment, recording observation, goal identification and patient health education.
Equipment OperatorSanta Fe CountyNovember 16th, 2017Operates light to heavy-duty equipment in construction, maintenance and repair of County roads or facilities.
Tourism and Event Center CoordinatorSandoval CountyUnder general supervision, provides financial oversight, planning and monitoring of the County’s branding and tourism strategy as it relates to the El Zocalo Event Center and Visitor Center; provides leasing and property management of the site; markets and coordinates tenant lease space; provides assistance to Administration in achieving the goals and objectives set forth for the County.
Clinical Mental Health CounselorSandoval CountyOpen until filledUnder general direction, conducts assessments and provides counseling services to court ordered DWI and domestic violence clients; assigns clients to appropriate groups, and refers to further services, if necessary; provides treatment, counseling, and facilitates groups for said clients; reports progress to Court Compliance Officers; performs risk assessments for clients.
Assistant
Director of Detention Center
Sandoval CountyOpen until filledUnder general direction, plans, directs, coordinates and administers the daily administrative service functions and activities of the detention facility; responsible for personnel and human resource related matters for all detention center staff; oversees, directs, and assists in the development, training, recognition, morale, retention and proper discipline of all employees; serves as Commander of the Detention and/or Critical Incident Unit Team when necessary; and performs other duties as assigned. Provides for the humane detention of inmates in a safe, secure environment according to the standards of the New Mexico Adult Detention Professional Standards, Federal Performance-Based Detention Standards, and the Prison Rape Elimination Act, and; performs other administrative support functions as directed by the Detention Director.
Deputy Sheriff Cadet/Deputy Sheriff ITaos
County
November 15th, 2017Performs a wide range of entry level professional law enforcement duties (Uncertified) or a working level professional law enforcement duties (Certified) intended to secure a safe environment for county citizens and to protect rights as established by federal, state, and local laws.
BuyerBernalillo CountyNovember 13th, 2017Under general direction, perform a variety of procurement functions to include moderate to high volume purchasing of good and services. Review and coordinate purchase requests, including requests for informational quotes and Request for Bids (RFBs). This position will independently handle projects for purchases within assigned signature authority and may lead or guide the work of lower level buyers.
Evidence TechnicianTaos
County
November 10th, 2017Performs duties in the Evidence Section of the Sheriff’s Office including receiving, storing, releasing, transporting and overall maintaining the security of confiscated property, evidence and items for safe keeping. May also act as a Field Training Officer for new deputies in their early training stages by helping them learn evidence procedures, packaging and specifics with handling of evidence.
Road Maintenance IChaves CountyOpen until filledResponsible for the safe and efficient operation and routine servicing of all light road construction equipment utilized by the Road Department. Employee is responsible for preparing and submitting various reports as may be required by supervisory personnel. Waste management experience a plus. Normal work hours are Wednesday – Saturday, 7:00 am to 5:30 pm.
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.
Finance DirectorValencia CountyOpen until filledManages and coordinates all financial operations for Valencia County, to include budget preparation and management, general accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll,
internal controls and audit planning.
Code Enforcement OfficerValencia CountyOpen until filledEnforces local and state commercial and residential codes and regulations, and ensures compliance with County zoning ordinances. Performs onsite inspections, issues citations as necessary, and works with owners to ensure compliance with zoning requirements.
Senior
Budget Analyst
Los Alamos CountyNovember 22nd, 2017Position Summary: Under general supervision of the Budget and Performance Manager, provides County-wide analysis and recommendations in the development, implementation, and management of the County budget, applying fundamental budgetary concepts, practices, and procedures. Coordinates the County-wide performance management system, including developing, evaluating, tracking and verifying program performance measures. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, Public Administration or related field, or equivalent combination of education and work related experience. Four years accounting or budget experience. Must be able to pass a computer skills test administered by Human Resources. Preferred Qualifications: Public sector budget experience. 3 years of governmental accounting experience. Experience working with Tyler Munis ERP solution (Budget/Finance). ERP implementation/conversion experience. Experience in public speaking. Experience in leading group training.
County AttorneyTaos
County
November 17th, 2017This position performs managerial and professional duties as required to carry out the efficient and effective litigation of civil or criminal cases and ongoing legal processes of County government. Serves as the lead County legal advisor in all civil and criminal matters.
Director of DetentionSandoval CountyOpen until filledUnder administrative direction, plans, directs, coordinates and administers the operations, functions, and activities of an adult detention center; provides supervision and leadership ensuring all governing laws and policies are enforced and followed by staff; administers and manages fiscal operations within the current operating budget and plans and develops annual budget; monitors and manages expenditures and revenues; plans, develops, and implements detention center plans and improvements and manages associated activities; provides for the humane detention of inmates in a safe, secure environment according to the standards of the New Mexico Adult Detention Professional Standards, Federal Performance-Based Detention Standards, and the Prison Rape Elimination Act, and; performs other administrative support functions as directed by the County Manager.
Detention WardenColfax CountyOpen until filledUnder general supervision of the County Manager, responsible for the management of the operational function and activities of the Vigil Maldonado Detention Center.
Deputy
Sheriff
Eddy
County
Open 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.
Detention OfficerEddy
County
Open until filled Supervise 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.

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