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07/05/2019
Marketing
Community Liaison
Albuquerque, NM
Description:  

BreatheAmerica is seeking an outgoing, self-motivated and driven professional to coordinate and implement marketing efforts and serve as the community representative for BreatheAmerica in New Mexico. Qualified candidates should already possess extensive relationships within the broader healthcare community focused specifically in areas of medical practice that would routinely refer patients to an integrated airway condition center like BreatheAmerica. These relationships should include practice managers, administrators and providers; and should encompass family practice, pediatrics and airway treatment subspecialties. Personality and temperament for the position are a must and should include high energy, emotional intelligence and social engagement. Be prepared to present a 90-day plan of action if you are considered for this position.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
-Marketing to Referring Providers:
      -Maintaining current referral relationships/providers/trends
      -Turning around, reestablishing, or correcting referrals that have fallen off
      -Pursuing new referral source
-Community Activity:
      -Local representative for community partnerships and relationships:
      -American Lung Association
      -School PTOs
      -Women’s groups
-Employer Relationships:
      -Employer Health Fairs
      -Lunch and Learns
-Business Activity:
      -Local Chamber representative,
      -Rotary
      -Professional Associations
Requirements:  
Qualifications:

Must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must be familiar with the BreatheAmerica clinical model of care. Must have in place extensive relationships throughout the healthcare community and grasp a thorough knowledge of the local New Mexico market. Previous work with local Chambers of Commerce, medical associations and school systems a plus.

 

Requirements:

• Bachelor degree or equivalent years of experience

• 3 to 5 years of marketing/sales experience (5 years minimum without degree)

• Experience presenting to or working with physicians and their support team is a plus

• Excellent oral & written communications

• Outstanding interpersonal skills

• Ability to work with Microsoft Office products, manage social media accounts and phone systems 

Location:  
4901 Lang Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109
Hours/Week:  
40
Attire:  
Professional
Contact Info:  
Terri Stewart, Executive Director
(505) 883-2574 ext. 2160
 
06/27/2019
Public Relations
Community Integration Coach
Description:  
Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

1.       Works with each service recipient in a professional and caring manner, and sets an example through personal actions.

2.       Completes all required paperwork in a timely and accurate manner, including tracking work, behavior data sheets, incident/accident reports, daily and monthly progress notes, communication books and attendance records.

3.       Completes monthly paperwork by the 3rd working day of each month

4.       Remains current on all service recipient program planning documents and assessments at all times.-.

5.       Implements individual plans and contributes modifications to plans as necessary

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7.       Meets daily with all program participants and maintains accurate documentation on all meetings.-.

8.       Promotes a creative learning environment.-.

9.       Able to take initiative and work one-on-one with Clients if need be.-.

10.   Able to handle stressful situations and “behavioral problems”.-.

11.   Participates in trainings, seminars and conferences as assigned.-.

12.   Contributes to departmental and program goals and objectives, and development.-.

13.   Presents ideas and assists in the implementation of program goals on a daily basis.-.

14.   Transports service recipients in agency vehicle as directed-.

15.   Maintains area in clean, neat fashion at all times.-.

16.   Observes safety and models appropriate safety practices in the workplace-.

17.   Arrives on time and maintains a good attendance record.-.

18.   Remains flexible to new job assignments and responsibilities.-.

19.   Presents program in a positive, professional manner to the public.-.

20.   Uses all supplies and equipment in program in an appropriate and professional manner.-.

21.   Establishes and maintains effective and professional relationships with co-workers, service recipients, supervisor and department head.-.

22.   Complies with DD waiver, State and General Fund Standards.-.

23.   Complies with all applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.-.

24.   Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job.  Primary job functions do not typically require exercising independent judgment.-.

25.   Responsible for participation in the company’s quality improvement program and ensures that all department-applicable quality improvement requirements are fulfilled.-.

26.   Responsible for participation in the company’s financial management and ensures that all department -applicable fiscal responsibilities are fulfilled

27.   Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensure that all department-applicable safety requirements are fulfilled

28. Performs other related duties as assigned by the Day Hab Supervisor.

 

Requirements:  

 Essential Skills and Experience:

1.       HS Diploma or GED

2.       One year of experience working with people with disabilities; prior experience in Vocational Services or Day Habilitation desirable.

3.       Participation in recent continuing education programs related to Community Services, per licensing requirements. 

4.       Must complete required training within 360 days of employment.

Web Address:  
 
06/07/2019
Security
Security Officer
Description:  

3D Security Services Group (3D SSG) is looking for a highly motivated previously experienced military, law enforcement or security officers having their NM RLD level 2,3 or PPO to advance their career in private security. 3D SSG has job offerings for full time and part time positions. 

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: $12.00 to $25.00 /hour

Requirements:  

Be legally authorized to work in the United States

Be at least 21 years of age or older as required by applicable law or contractual requirements

Be able to demonstrate a stable work history

Be able to provide a High school Diploma or equivalent (GED)

Be able to pass an extensive background screening which includes, but is not limited to, criminal background checks (local, state and federal), drug test, aptitude tests, skills assessment, interviews.

Possess or be able to possess an Occupational License for Security Officer (Level 2,3, PPO or Private Investigator) issued by the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department

Previous experience in military or law enforcement experience is highly desirable.

Be able to pass a physical fitness test: 1.5 mile run, Push-ups, Sit ups, Bench press.

Shifts available Days, Nights, Weekends

Resumes need to be attached and review prior to contacting 3D SSG at 505-750-1663 to schedule an appointment. 

Location:  

Through out Rio Rancho and Albuquerque. 

Salary Range:  
$14,976 to $31,200
Hours/Week:  
24
Attire:  
Professional
Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
Brian Finucan
(505) 750-1663
 
05/23/2019
Non-profit
Board Member
Rio Rancho, NM
Description:  

ReadWest is a non-profit agency providing FREE adult literacy services to the west side Albuquerque/Rio Rancho area adults since 1989. ReadWest trains and supports volunteer tutors to teach adults one-to-one in basic reading, writing, GED exam Prep, or English as a Second Language skills. The cost of illiteracy to our nation and our community is high. Time for adult literacy programs is time well spent. 

Being a board member for ReadWest Adult Literacy Program is fun and rewarding. ReadWest Board Members:

=         Take an active role in fundraising: planning and participating in activities and events

=         Network with Albuquerque and Rio Rancho community and business leaders to promote the work of ReadWest.

=         Help in grant seeking and writing.

=         Oversee the operation/policies of ReadWest.

=         Meet once a month.

=         Participate in a retreat once a year.

=         Serve on a committee(s) as desired.

Previous board of directors experience is highly desirable.  If you are interested in applying for a board member position or more information, please contact Muncie Hansen at 505-892-1131 or email readwest@readwest.org.

Requirements:  
  • Believe in our mission to improve Adult Literacy in Sandoval and Bernalillo Counties.
  • Three year Board of Directors term.
  • Share your area of expertise with the organization. 

 

Location:  
103 Rio Rancho Dr. NE Ste. A-5 Rio Rancho, NM 87124
Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
Muncie Hansen
5058921131
 
05/10/2019
Medical
Employment Team Supervisor
Description:  

Customers served (external and internal): all clients, any member of the LifeROOTS Team, board members, all vendors, suppliers and any other members of the public.  

Role Summary:  Responsible for the day-to-day supervision and support of the Employment Team (Employment Specialist I, Employment Specialist II, Job Coaches and CIC Floater).  Develop new employment opportunities or expand existing contracts that serve participants in LifeROOTS employment services.  Employment Team Supervisor is responsible for managing and expanding LifeROOTS Enclave Contracts.

 

Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

1.       Provides direct supervision to Employment Team Specialists I and II.

2.       Works closely with Service Coordinator assigned to employment support ensuring that documentation and communication meets the needs of that position.

3.       Ensures that paperwork compilation, safety practices, techniques, and work practices in accordance with State, Federal and company policies.

4.       Ensures that all time sheets are properly completed in a timely fashion and approves the payroll for #115 except the Service Coordinator.

5.       Maintains an awareness of budget hours, and keeps a daily written record of hours used per shift.

6.       Completes required paperwork accurately and timely according to departmental procedures.

7.       Communicates effectively with Employment team, which includes Vocational Service Coordinator, Director, CEO, employer representatives, and other relevant parties.

8.       Leads Employment team in developing employment opportunities for participants in all employment programs.

9.       Must be in the community weekly to develop relationships with employers and stakeholders in the inclusive employment field.  Maintains a documented process or calendar.

10.   Participates in Divisional projects.

11.   Presents program in a positive manner to the public.

12.   Flexible in responding to varied job assignments - nights, weekends and holiday work may be required.

13.   Identify/solve problems before they become a crisis for the individual, employer and co-workers.

14.   Attends all participants and required staff meetings unless prior arrangements have been made with the department head.

15.   The Employment Team Supervisor will schedule, manage, train all Job Coaches and CIC floater.

16.   The Employment Team Supervisor must approve all Enclave Contract Billing.

17.    The Enclave Team Supervisor his must cross train with their staff to ensure consistency and quality of services.

18.   Complies with DVR, DD Waiver, Mi Via and State General Funds Standards.

19.   Maintains conduct that is professional and ethical at all times.

20.   Complies with all applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.

21.   Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job.  Primary job functions do not typically require exercising independent judgment.

22.   Responsible for participation in the company’s quality improvement program and ensures that department-applicable quality improvement requirements are fulfilled.

23.   Responsible for participation in the company’s financial management and ensures that all department-applicable fiscal responsibilities are fulfilled.

24.   Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensure that all department-applicable safety requirements are fulfilled.

25.   Performs other related duties as assigned by the Director of Adult Community Services.

Essential Skills and Experience:

1.     HS Diploma/GED, BS preferred.

2.     One year of experience working with people with disabilities.

3.     At least one year of supervisory experience.

4.     Experience working in business community and industry preferable.

5.       Ability to convey a professional image and effectively market to area employers, prospective service recipients, and their families.

6.       Good oral and written communication skills a must.

7.       Participation in recent continuing education programs related to Community Services, per licensing requirements

8.       Must complete required training within 360 days of employment.

Beneficial Skills and Experience:

1.       Should have strong interpersonal and communication skills.

2.       Time Management: Proven ability to manage one’s own time and the time of others well.

3.       Monitoring: Proven practice of monitoring/assessing performance of oneself, other individuals, or organization to make improvements or take corrective action. 

4.       Service Orientation:  Actively looking for ways to help people. 

5.       Experience in high performance teams and performing as a proven strong team player.

6.       Commitment to company values.

 

Conditions of Employment:

1.       Fingerprints and background check.

2.       Able to pass maintain security clearance (both State & Federal).

3.       Must have a valid and current driver's license with good driving record and must be insurable under state law.

4.       Routine operates a company vehicle or a personal vehicle while on company business.

5.       Must be at least 18 years of age.

 

Physical Challenges:

1.       Regular and consistent use of keyboard and mouse.

2.       Physically able to perform essential functions of position without hazard to themselves or others. 

3.       The work is non-sedentary, requiring bending, lifting, and carrying up to 40+lbs.

4.       Exposure to changing weather conditions.

5.       Assists with wheelchair transfer of non-ambulatory participants.

6.       Additional challenges may arise, at which time LifeROOTS Inc. may revise this job description.

 

Reporting to the position are:

  • Employment Specialist I
  • Employment Specialist II
  • All Job Coaches and CIC  Floater

 

Location:  
1111 Menaul Blvb Ne  Albuquerque New Mexico 87107
Attire:  
Business Casual
Contact Info:  
Aurelia
5052555501
 
05/08/2019
Education
Lead/Assistant Preschool Teacher
Description:  
Looking for experienced lead/assistant preschool teacher readily available to work with 3-5yr olds.
Requirements:  

2 yrs. experience, current 1st Aid/CPR certificate, 45hr. certificate

verifiable references. Salary to commensurate on education and experience.

Location:  
2704 Southern Blvd. SE 
Salary Range:  
$16,380 to $25,480
Hours/Week:  
35
Attire:  
Casual
Contact Info:  
Dina Araujo
505-892-5105
 
04/02/2019
Medical
Early Childhood Service Coordinator/Developmental
Description:  
Customers served (external and internal): all clients, any member of the LifeROOTS Team, board members, all vendors, suppliers and any other members of the public.  

Role Summary:  Assisting families through the intake, and eligibility determination process, and facilitating the IFPS process through transition.  Provides information about, and make referrals to, other community resources and coordinate and ensure the delivery of all services.  Provides services that include consultation with the family, the design of learning environments and implementation of planned activities that promote the child’s healthy development and acquisitions of skills that lead to achieving outcomes in the child’s IFSP.

Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

1.       Performs duties of Service Coordination and Developmental Specialist as defined by the NM Department of Health Family Infant Toddler Program for Children referred to the early intervention program at LifeROOTS

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2.       Provides interim service coordination and completion of family and medical history, arrangement for evaluation, development of IFSP, coordination of IFSP services both within and outside the agency and assistance to access services and transition planning and assistance

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3.       Maintains individual records, i.e. daily notes, billing information, IFSP information, and evaluation reports, for all assigned children, entering accurate information in a timely fashion.

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4.       Provides assessments on the disability or ability of a child, help with his/her plan of education and provide techniques to help modify the behavior of the child.

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5.       Provides families with information, skills, and support to enhance the child’s development.

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6.       Provides services that address all Developmental areas such: Cognitive, communication, physical/motor (including vision and hearing), social or emotional and adaptive development.

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7.       Works with team to assist families in achieving their goals.

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8.       Participates as a member of a Trans/interdisciplinary team.

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9.       Complies with standards of ethics established for the early childhood professionals.

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10.   Works with staff to contribute to planning and program development.

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11.   Provides supervision to Developmental Specialist I.

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12.   Maintains clean, pleasant and safe classroom conditions.

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13.   Maintains expected level of efficiency.

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14.   Works with families needing family education and guidance.

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15.   Participates in community awareness campaign and distribution of public relations material.

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16.   Participates in departmental planning.

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17.   Presents program in a positive manner to the public.

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18.   Complies with standards of ethics for social workers or counselors, if licensed.

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19.   Maintains expected level of efficiency.

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20.   Complies with all applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.

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21.   Exercises personnel authority with respect to employment, training, salary changes, performance appraisals and termination of assigned staff members.

22.   Responsible for participation in the company’s quality improvement program and ensures that all department-applicable quality improvement requirements are fulfilled.

23.   Responsible for participation in the company’s financial management and ensures that all department-applicable fiscal responsibilities are fulfilled.

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24.   Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensure that all department-applicable safety requirements are fulfilled.

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25.   Performs other related duties as assigned by the Children’s and Therapy Services Manager.

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Essential Skills and Experience:

1.       BA/BS Degree in Social Work, Early Childhood Education, Counseling or related field.

2.       Must maintain Developmental Specialist Certification in accordance with FIT Program regulations (7.30.8 NMAC and DDSD policy.

3.       Knowledge and understanding of Early Intervention and/or NM FIT Program.

4.       Must complete required training.

5.       Participation in recent continuing education programs related to Children’s Therapy Services, per licensing requirements,

6.       Fundamental understanding of LifeROOTS, Inc. policies.

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Beneficial Skills and Experience:

1.       Early Childhood Service Coordinators/Developmental Specialist should have strong interpersonal and communication skills.

2.       Time Management: Proven ability to manage one’s time and the time of others well.

3.       Monitoring: Proven practice of monitoring/assessing performance of oneself, other individuals, or organization to make improvements or take corrective action. 

4.       Service Orientation:  Actively looking for ways to help people. 

5.       Experience working in high performance teams and performing as a proven strong team player.

6.       Commitment to company values.

 

Conditions of Employment:

1.       Fingerprints, DOH and CYFD background check  and drug test.

2.       Must have a valid and current driver's license with good driving record and must have current auto insurance as required by applicable state law.

3.       Routinely operates a company vehicle or a personal vehicle while on company business.

4.       Must be at least 18 years of age.

 

 

Physical Challenges:

1.       Regular and consistent use of keyboard and mouse.

2.       Physically able to perform essential functions of position without hazard to themselves or others.

3.       The work is non-sedentary requiring walking, bending, lifting and carrying up to 40 lbs.

4.       Additional challenges may arise, at which time LifeROOTS, Inc. may revise this job description.

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Location:  
1111 Menaul Blvd  Ne 87107

 
03/29/2019
Finance
Financial Manager
Description:  

Abrazos is looking to hire a financial manager to oversee all financial matters of our growing nonprofit organization serving children and adults with developmental disabilities.  The right candidate will have experience in financial planning and strong financial skills including budget, payroll, accounts receivable, reconciliation, financial statements, and billing practices (including DOH, Medicaid, and private insurance billing).  This role ensures that the organization is in compliance with agency, state and federal financial policies and requirements. 

Requirements:  

We are looking for someone with strong attention to detail, well organized with a commitment to financial integrity, knowledge of and ability to adhere to principals and standards for effective controls and monitoring.  The right candidate will have the ability to work in a rapidly changing, multi-tasked, team-oriented environment.  Minimum requirements:  Bachelor’s degree in related field and 5 years of direct experience in nonprofit accounting/ financial management.  Send cover letter and resume to Abrazos Family Support Services, PO Box 788, Bernalillo, NM 87004; fax 505-867-3398; or email to info@abrazosnm.org. 

Location:  

Abrazos Family Suport Services

412 Camino don Tomas

Bernalillo, NM 87004 

 

Salary Range:  
$53,000 to $57,000
Hours/Week:  
40
Attire:  
Business Casual
Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
April Spaulding
5058673396
 
02/27/2019
Medical
Licensed Massage Therapist
Rio Rancho, NM
Description:  
Are you ready to focus on doing what you love in a place that helps you feel and deliver your best?
Massage Envy is the leader in accessible massage and skin care. As a massage therapist at our Massage Envy Rio Rancho franchised location,* you'll join a team that's passionate about helping people feel their best through total body care. And you have a meaningful role to play in that mission as you:
  • Combine your expertise and artistry along with our protocols and modalities to design customized services that meet the individual needs of each client.
  • Build relationships with members and guests to help them pursue their total body care goals.
  • Deliver an amazing, safe, and therapeutic experience with every service.
  • Here's what's in it for you:
    The difference you'll make in clients' lives is the biggest reward for any massage therapist, but our environment lets you enjoy more of what you love about your work. We take care of overhead costs and supplies, marketing, and building your book of business so you can focus on performing as many massages as you want. And with the repeat clientele that our membership model provides, you'll get to see the long-term impact your services make for members.

    And the perks don't stop there. We support and inspire you to be your best inside and outside the treatment room with:
    • Benefits that help you take care of you including monthly massage or facial and self-care equipment at work.
    • A healthy compensation plan that rewards your hard work with commission, week paid vacation for full time employees and bonuses.
    • A dedication to self-care with an education program that helps managers understand the physical impact of your work and gives you the tools to prolong the career you love.
    • Continuing education with 12+ free CEs every year.
    • A commitment to safety and providing a therapeutic, healing environment for you and Massage Envy members and guests.
Requirements:  
  • Well-skilled professionals who have a minimum of 500 hours of massage therapy school under their belts and a certificate of completion. You'll also need to meet the licensing requirements for massage therapy in our state and be able to pass a background and reference check with flying colors.
  • Thirsty for knowledge, seeking continuing education to build on their modality mastery (which must include Swedish and deep tissue massage)
  • Clear communicators who can effectively identify each client's needs, set clear expectations, and stay connected to the client throughout the session to achieve the goals of each service.
  • Total body care champions who can recommend follow-up visits and additional services and products as needed to help clients pursue their wellness goals.
Location:  
Massage Envy Rio Rancho
Hours/Week:  
30
Attire:  
Uniform
Contact Info:  
Salina Palmerton
505-506-6526
 
02/26/2019
Seasonal
Drivers & Attendants wanted
Rio Rancho, NM
Description:  
 Rio Rancho Bounce house company looking for drivers and attendants  to work Saturdays & Sundays with some weekday work in the evening (optional) delivering and setting up inflatable bounce houses and working events supervising bounce houses at schools & church events in Albuquerque & Rio Rancho.
Requirements:  
Must have a valid driver license for driver position and must be over 18 years of age and willing to work Saturdays & Sundays and some weekday nights. Must have good customer service & communications skills.
Location:  

JUMP4FUN

Located in Rio Rancho 

Attire:  
Casual
Contact Info:  
Jack Bonsignore
505-991-6608
 
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jerry@rrrcc.org
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Owner/Broker
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Mr. David Cruz
2019 Executive Committee – Incoming Chair
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FRENCH Funerals-Cremations
505-515-3743 direct line
E-mail
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2019 Executive Committee – Government Vice Chair
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Front Line Property Services
Mr. Sherrick Roanhorse
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Mr. Kim Kemper
2019 Executive Committee – Government Chair 
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Rehab Manager, Presbyterian Rust Medical Center
505-253-1518 (RMC)
E-mail
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Operations Manager, New Mexico Gas Company

Mr. Kelly Wainwright
2019 Executive Committee – Secretary Treasurer
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New Mexico Bank & Trust
Ms. Joanna Boothe
Agent State Farm Insurance
Mr. Paul Howell
2019 Executive Committee – Business Chair
Owner, Turbo Threads
Ms. Deb Siek
HP Inc.
Ms. Amanda Davis
Owner, Business Solutions by Design, LLC
Mr. Andy Strebe
2019 Executive Committee – Board Chair 
Operations Director
Chalmers Ford, Inc.
505-890-2201
Amy Blasing
CEO, Lovelace Westside
505-727-2001
Email
Mrs. Lara Harrison
2019 Executive Committee – Member Relations Chair 
Owner, Under Charlies Covers
Mrs. Melissa Romine
2019 Executive Committee – Community Chair
Executive Director of Comm & Outreach, UNM Sandoval Regional Medical Center
Ms. Kristen Vaitkus-Tuttle
Engineering Department Manager, Intel Corporation

Platinum Sponsors

Corporate Sponsors

Executive Sponsors

  • usbank
  • santaanastarcasino
  • sandiafederalcreditunion
  • safeliteautoglass
  • qualitysleepcenter
  • rioranchoobserver
  • nmbankandtrust
  • lovelace
  • lectrosonics
  • jaynesconstruction
  • hiltoninn
  • frenchs
  • danielsfamily
  • centrurybank
  • cableone
  • convergys
  • bohannonhuston
  • boa

Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce

4001 Southern Blvd. SE, Ste. B
Rio Rancho, NM 87124-2069
Voice: (505) 892-1533    Fax: (505) 892-6157
Email: RioChamber@rrrcc.org

OFFICE HOURS:
Monday-Thursday: 9AM-4PM
Friday: 9AM-3PM

Corporate Sponsors

ABOUT - Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce

ABOUT

WHY SHOULD YOU JOIN THE

RIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE?


 Vision


Enhance the region by focusing on business success, expansion, advocacy, and education to support an exceptional community where people prosper.


Mission


A regional Chamber committed to improving the quality of community life, driven by business leadership, advocacy and prosperity.


 Core Values

  • Leadership – Inspire an engaged community to achieve greatness
  • Collaboration – Actively pursue partnerships to maximize efforts and welcome ideas to empower our community
  • Advocacy – The primary voice of business that is committed to ensuring our community is competitive and seeking solutions to build a strong business climate
  • Resource – The community’s leading source for connecting business, interpreting information and revealing the happenings in the region.

HISTORY OF RIO RANCHO CHAMBER


The Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1980 with the help of community minded leaders that saw the potential for growth in a new developing community west of the Rio Grande.  The Chamber predates the founding of the City of Rio Rancho which was incorporated in 1981 with 10,131 residents.  As the area of Rio Rancho and Albuquerque’s Westside continued to grow there was a growing need to expand the Chamber within a region that also included Corrales, Bernalillo and Santa Ana Pueblo.  The RRRCC has continued to be a unified voice for the development of the area which has consistently been recognized as the fastest growing region of New Mexico.


2018 Year in Review


2018 was an exceptional year for the Chamber! Click here to see our 2018 Year in Review.


STAFF

Jerry Schalow
President & CEO
jerry@rrrcc.org
505-999-1831

Amanda Castillo 
Member & Marketing Specialist
amanda@rrrcc.org
505-892-1533 EXT 107

Jaime Gallardo
Member Consultant
jaime@rrrcc.org
505-573-9556

Susan Sheridan
Projects & Events Coordinator
ssheridan@rrrcc.org
505-999-1835

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Pinar Bahadir

Board of Directors 2018

Amy Blasing

Board of Directors 2018

Joanna Boothe

Board of Directors 2018

David Cruz


Incoming Board Chair – 2020

Amanda Davis


Board of Directors 2018 – Leadership Sandoval County

Lara Harrison


Board of Directors 2018

Paul Howell

Board of Directors 2018

Kim Kemper

Board of Directors 2018 – Government

Chris Monette

Board of Directors 2018

Gordon Moore

Chairman of the Board of Directors 2018

Sherrick Roanhorse

Board of Directors 2018

Melissa Romine

Board of Directors 2018

Mike Schlichte

Board of Directors 2018

Andy Strebe

Board Chair 2019

Kristen Vaitkus-Tuttle

Board of Directors 2018

Kelly Wainwright

Board of Directors 2018

Mr. Gordon Moore
2019 Executive Committee – Former Chair

President, Lectrosonics, Inc.
Leadership Sandoval County 1995 ~ Rio Rancho Capital Improvements Plan Citizens Advisory Committee 1995 – 2005 ~ B.S. Biology, New Mexico Tech 1975

Mr. Michael Schlichte
Owner/Broker
Absolute Real Estate
Ms. Pinar Bahadir
Front Office Manager, Santa Ana Star Casino Hotel
Mr. David Cruz
2019 Executive Committee – Incoming Chair
Director, Rio Rancho
FRENCH Funerals-Cremations
505-515-3743 direct line
E-mail
Mr. Brady Lovelady
2019 Executive Committee – Government Vice Chair
General Manager
Perfection Honda
Mr. Scott Aaron
Associate Attorney, Lastrapes, Spangler & Pacheco, P.A.
Mr. Dennis Geshel
Front Line Property Services
Mr. Sherrick Roanhorse
Local Gov & Community Affairs Manager, PNM
Mr. Gary Saiz
VP, Commercial Banking, US Bank – Rio Rancho Drive
Mr. Kim Kemper
2019 Executive Committee – Government Chair 
Sr. Vice President, Huitt-Zollars, Inc.
Ms. Julie Borrego
Rehab Manager, Presbyterian Rust Medical Center
505-253-1518 (RMC)
E-mail
Mr. Chris Monette

Operations Manager, New Mexico Gas Company

Mr. Kelly Wainwright
2019 Executive Committee – Secretary Treasurer
Vice President and Business Development
New Mexico Bank & Trust
Ms. Joanna Boothe
Agent State Farm Insurance
Mr. Paul Howell
2019 Executive Committee – Business Chair
Owner, Turbo Threads
Ms. Deb Siek
HP Inc.
Ms. Amanda Davis
Owner, Business Solutions by Design, LLC
Mr. Andy Strebe
2019 Executive Committee – Board Chair 
Operations Director
Chalmers Ford, Inc.
505-890-2201
Amy Blasing
CEO, Lovelace Westside
505-727-2001
Email
Mrs. Lara Harrison
2019 Executive Committee – Member Relations Chair 
Owner, Under Charlies Covers
Mrs. Melissa Romine
2019 Executive Committee – Community Chair
Executive Director of Comm & Outreach, UNM Sandoval Regional Medical Center
Ms. Kristen Vaitkus-Tuttle
Engineering Department Manager, Intel Corporation

Platinum Sponsors

Corporate Sponsors

Executive Sponsors

  • usbank
  • santaanastarcasino
  • sandiafederalcreditunion
  • safeliteautoglass
  • qualitysleepcenter
  • rioranchoobserver
  • nmbankandtrust
  • lovelace
  • lectrosonics
  • jaynesconstruction
  • hiltoninn
  • frenchs
  • danielsfamily
  • centrurybank
  • cableone
  • convergys
  • bohannonhuston
  • boa

Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce

4001 Southern Blvd. SE, Ste. B
Rio Rancho, NM 87124-2069
Voice: (505) 892-1533    Fax: (505) 892-6157
Email: RioChamber@rrrcc.org

OFFICE HOURS:
Monday-Thursday: 9AM-4PM
Friday: 9AM-3PM

Executive Sponsors

ABOUT - Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce

ABOUT

WHY SHOULD YOU JOIN THE

RIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE?


 Vision


Enhance the region by focusing on business success, expansion, advocacy, and education to support an exceptional community where people prosper.


Mission


A regional Chamber committed to improving the quality of community life, driven by business leadership, advocacy and prosperity.


 Core Values

  • Leadership – Inspire an engaged community to achieve greatness
  • Collaboration – Actively pursue partnerships to maximize efforts and welcome ideas to empower our community
  • Advocacy – The primary voice of business that is committed to ensuring our community is competitive and seeking solutions to build a strong business climate
  • Resource – The community’s leading source for connecting business, interpreting information and revealing the happenings in the region.

HISTORY OF RIO RANCHO CHAMBER


The Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1980 with the help of community minded leaders that saw the potential for growth in a new developing community west of the Rio Grande.  The Chamber predates the founding of the City of Rio Rancho which was incorporated in 1981 with 10,131 residents.  As the area of Rio Rancho and Albuquerque’s Westside continued to grow there was a growing need to expand the Chamber within a region that also included Corrales, Bernalillo and Santa Ana Pueblo.  The RRRCC has continued to be a unified voice for the development of the area which has consistently been recognized as the fastest growing region of New Mexico.


2018 Year in Review


2018 was an exceptional year for the Chamber! Click here to see our 2018 Year in Review.


STAFF

Jerry Schalow
President & CEO
jerry@rrrcc.org
505-999-1831

Amanda Castillo 
Member & Marketing Specialist
amanda@rrrcc.org
505-892-1533 EXT 107

Jaime Gallardo
Member Consultant
jaime@rrrcc.org
505-573-9556

Susan Sheridan
Projects & Events Coordinator
ssheridan@rrrcc.org
505-999-1835

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Pinar Bahadir

Board of Directors 2018

Amy Blasing

Board of Directors 2018

Joanna Boothe

Board of Directors 2018

David Cruz


Incoming Board Chair – 2020

Amanda Davis


Board of Directors 2018 – Leadership Sandoval County

Lara Harrison


Board of Directors 2018

Paul Howell

Board of Directors 2018

Kim Kemper

Board of Directors 2018 – Government

Chris Monette

Board of Directors 2018

Gordon Moore

Chairman of the Board of Directors 2018

Sherrick Roanhorse

Board of Directors 2018

Melissa Romine

Board of Directors 2018

Mike Schlichte

Board of Directors 2018

Andy Strebe

Board Chair 2019

Kristen Vaitkus-Tuttle

Board of Directors 2018

Kelly Wainwright

Board of Directors 2018

Mr. Gordon Moore
2019 Executive Committee – Former Chair

President, Lectrosonics, Inc.
Leadership Sandoval County 1995 ~ Rio Rancho Capital Improvements Plan Citizens Advisory Committee 1995 – 2005 ~ B.S. Biology, New Mexico Tech 1975

Mr. Michael Schlichte
Owner/Broker
Absolute Real Estate
Ms. Pinar Bahadir
Front Office Manager, Santa Ana Star Casino Hotel
Mr. David Cruz
2019 Executive Committee – Incoming Chair
Director, Rio Rancho
FRENCH Funerals-Cremations
505-515-3743 direct line
E-mail
Mr. Brady Lovelady
2019 Executive Committee – Government Vice Chair
General Manager
Perfection Honda
Mr. Scott Aaron
Associate Attorney, Lastrapes, Spangler & Pacheco, P.A.
Mr. Dennis Geshel
Front Line Property Services
Mr. Sherrick Roanhorse
Local Gov & Community Affairs Manager, PNM
Mr. Gary Saiz
VP, Commercial Banking, US Bank – Rio Rancho Drive
Mr. Kim Kemper
2019 Executive Committee – Government Chair 
Sr. Vice President, Huitt-Zollars, Inc.
Ms. Julie Borrego
Rehab Manager, Presbyterian Rust Medical Center
505-253-1518 (RMC)
E-mail
Mr. Chris Monette

Operations Manager, New Mexico Gas Company

Mr. Kelly Wainwright
2019 Executive Committee – Secretary Treasurer
Vice President and Business Development
New Mexico Bank & Trust
Ms. Joanna Boothe
Agent State Farm Insurance
Mr. Paul Howell
2019 Executive Committee – Business Chair
Owner, Turbo Threads
Ms. Deb Siek
HP Inc.
Ms. Amanda Davis
Owner, Business Solutions by Design, LLC
Mr. Andy Strebe
2019 Executive Committee – Board Chair 
Operations Director
Chalmers Ford, Inc.
505-890-2201
Amy Blasing
CEO, Lovelace Westside
505-727-2001
Email
Mrs. Lara Harrison
2019 Executive Committee – Member Relations Chair 
Owner, Under Charlies Covers
Mrs. Melissa Romine
2019 Executive Committee – Community Chair
Executive Director of Comm & Outreach, UNM Sandoval Regional Medical Center
Ms. Kristen Vaitkus-Tuttle
Engineering Department Manager, Intel Corporation

Platinum Sponsors

Corporate Sponsors

Executive Sponsors

  • usbank
  • santaanastarcasino
  • sandiafederalcreditunion
  • safeliteautoglass
  • qualitysleepcenter
  • rioranchoobserver
  • nmbankandtrust
  • lovelace
  • lectrosonics
  • jaynesconstruction
  • hiltoninn
  • frenchs
  • danielsfamily
  • centrurybank
  • cableone
  • convergys
  • bohannonhuston
  • boa

Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce

4001 Southern Blvd. SE, Ste. B
Rio Rancho, NM 87124-2069
Voice: (505) 892-1533    Fax: (505) 892-6157
Email: RioChamber@rrrcc.org

OFFICE HOURS:
Monday-Thursday: 9AM-4PM
Friday: 9AM-3PM

ABOUT - Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce

ABOUT

WHY SHOULD YOU JOIN THE

RIO RANCHO REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE?


 Vision


Enhance the region by focusing on business success, expansion, advocacy, and education to support an exceptional community where people prosper.


Mission


A regional Chamber committed to improving the quality of community life, driven by business leadership, advocacy and prosperity.


 Core Values

  • Leadership – Inspire an engaged community to achieve greatness
  • Collaboration – Actively pursue partnerships to maximize efforts and welcome ideas to empower our community
  • Advocacy – The primary voice of business that is committed to ensuring our community is competitive and seeking solutions to build a strong business climate
  • Resource – The community’s leading source for connecting business, interpreting information and revealing the happenings in the region.

HISTORY OF RIO RANCHO CHAMBER


The Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1980 with the help of community minded leaders that saw the potential for growth in a new developing community west of the Rio Grande.  The Chamber predates the founding of the City of Rio Rancho which was incorporated in 1981 with 10,131 residents.  As the area of Rio Rancho and Albuquerque’s Westside continued to grow there was a growing need to expand the Chamber within a region that also included Corrales, Bernalillo and Santa Ana Pueblo.  The RRRCC has continued to be a unified voice for the development of the area which has consistently been recognized as the fastest growing region of New Mexico.


2018 Year in Review


2018 was an exceptional year for the Chamber! Click here to see our 2018 Year in Review.


STAFF

Jerry Schalow
President & CEO
jerry@rrrcc.org
505-999-1831

Amanda Castillo 
Member & Marketing Specialist
amanda@rrrcc.org
505-892-1533 EXT 107

Jaime Gallardo
Member Consultant
jaime@rrrcc.org
505-573-9556

Susan Sheridan
Projects & Events Coordinator
ssheridan@rrrcc.org
505-999-1835

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Pinar Bahadir

Board of Directors 2018

Amy Blasing

Board of Directors 2018

Joanna Boothe

Board of Directors 2018

David Cruz


Incoming Board Chair – 2020

Amanda Davis


Board of Directors 2018 – Leadership Sandoval County

Lara Harrison


Board of Directors 2018

Paul Howell

Board of Directors 2018

Kim Kemper

Board of Directors 2018 – Government

Chris Monette

Board of Directors 2018

Gordon Moore

Chairman of the Board of Directors 2018

Sherrick Roanhorse

Board of Directors 2018

Melissa Romine

Board of Directors 2018

Mike Schlichte

Board of Directors 2018

Andy Strebe

Board Chair 2019

Kristen Vaitkus-Tuttle

Board of Directors 2018

Kelly Wainwright

Board of Directors 2018

Mr. Gordon Moore
2019 Executive Committee – Former Chair

President, Lectrosonics, Inc.
Leadership Sandoval County 1995 ~ Rio Rancho Capital Improvements Plan Citizens Advisory Committee 1995 – 2005 ~ B.S. Biology, New Mexico Tech 1975

Mr. Michael Schlichte
Owner/Broker
Absolute Real Estate
Ms. Pinar Bahadir
Front Office Manager, Santa Ana Star Casino Hotel
Mr. David Cruz
2019 Executive Committee – Incoming Chair
Director, Rio Rancho
FRENCH Funerals-Cremations
505-515-3743 direct line
E-mail
Mr. Brady Lovelady
2019 Executive Committee – Government Vice Chair
General Manager
Perfection Honda
Mr. Scott Aaron
Associate Attorney, Lastrapes, Spangler & Pacheco, P.A.
Mr. Dennis Geshel
Front Line Property Services
Mr. Sherrick Roanhorse
Local Gov & Community Affairs Manager, PNM
Mr. Gary Saiz
VP, Commercial Banking, US Bank – Rio Rancho Drive
Mr. Kim Kemper
2019 Executive Committee – Government Chair 
Sr. Vice President, Huitt-Zollars, Inc.
Ms. Julie Borrego
Rehab Manager, Presbyterian Rust Medical Center
505-253-1518 (RMC)
E-mail
Mr. Chris Monette

Operations Manager, New Mexico Gas Company

Mr. Kelly Wainwright
2019 Executive Committee – Secretary Treasurer
Vice President and Business Development
New Mexico Bank & Trust
Ms. Joanna Boothe
Agent State Farm Insurance
Mr. Paul Howell
2019 Executive Committee – Business Chair
Owner, Turbo Threads
Ms. Deb Siek
HP Inc.
Ms. Amanda Davis
Owner, Business Solutions by Design, LLC
Mr. Andy Strebe
2019 Executive Committee – Board Chair 
Operations Director
Chalmers Ford, Inc.
505-890-2201
Amy Blasing
CEO, Lovelace Westside
505-727-2001
Email
Mrs. Lara Harrison
2019 Executive Committee – Member Relations Chair 
Owner, Under Charlies Covers
Mrs. Melissa Romine
2019 Executive Committee – Community Chair
Executive Director of Comm & Outreach, UNM Sandoval Regional Medical Center
Ms. Kristen Vaitkus-Tuttle
Engineering Department Manager, Intel Corporation

Platinum Sponsors

Corporate Sponsors

Executive Sponsors

  • usbank
  • santaanastarcasino
  • sandiafederalcreditunion
  • safeliteautoglass
  • qualitysleepcenter
  • rioranchoobserver
  • nmbankandtrust
  • lovelace
  • lectrosonics
  • jaynesconstruction
  • hiltoninn
  • frenchs
  • danielsfamily
  • centrurybank
  • cableone
  • convergys
  • bohannonhuston
  • boa

Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce

4001 Southern Blvd. SE, Ste. B
Rio Rancho, NM 87124-2069
Voice: (505) 892-1533    Fax: (505) 892-6157
Email: RioChamber@rrrcc.org

OFFICE HOURS:
Monday-Thursday: 9AM-4PM
Friday: 9AM-3PM