Minimum skills include Associate degree in business administration or related field. Four (4) years of work experience in loss prevention and safety administration. Substitutions and/or exceptions for the required education and experience may be considered and authorized by NMAC management.

Implements policies, procedures, and strategies to control losses related to human, capital, and financial resources of member counties. Conducts audits, inspections of county operations and provides improvement strategies to NMAC and county executives. Excellent benefits package. Offices located in Santa Fe and Albuquerque. This is a remote work position with some flexibility to work out of an office.

Email resume, cover letter, and references by June 28, 2024, to Greg Rees, Salary DOE.