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02/14/2018
Medical
Program Nurse
Albuquerque, NM
Description:  

Role Summary: Under general direction manages and directs nursing care activities and coordinates care planning with other disciplines.

 

Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

1.       Manages/directs nursing care activities and coordinates care planning with other disciplines.

2.       Provides nursing care to clients.

3.       Assesses health needs and obtains necessary interventions.

4.       Administers medications and treatments per physician's orders.

5.       Provides and maintains verbal communication and written documentation to assure health needs of clients are met.

6.       Performs general nursing care to clients including administering prescribed medications and treatments in accordance with nursing standards.

7.       Assesses individual's health status and reaction to drugs and treatments and communicates with physician and/or department management.

8.       Orders medications and supplies as needed.

9.       Maintains and reviews individual's records and pertinent medical information.  

10.   Must be able to document observations and assessments onto designated medical records.  

11.   Assists in formulating and implementing health and hygiene goals in the Individual Service Plan (ISP) and provides health-related teaching as indicated.

12.   Prepares and presents training pertaining to Direct Service personnel (i.e., assisting with Medication Delivery, Health Care plans, Medical Response Emergency Plans, etc.).

13.   Adhere to State licensing requirements, DOH standards and DD Waiver requirements.

14.   Compiles with all applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.

15.   Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. Primary job functions require exercising independent judgment.

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

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

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

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

Requirements:  

Essential Skills and Experience:

1.       Associates degree and LPN or Bachelor of Science degree and RN.

2.       Must be licensed to practice nursing in the State of New Mexico as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Registered Nurse (RN).

3.       At least one year of professional nursing experience required

4.       Computer experience in word processing and spread sheet programs; able to compose reports and letters.

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

6.       Fundamental understanding of LifeROOTS, Inc. policies.   

Beneficial Skills and Experience:

1.       Nurse should have strong interpersonal and communication skills.

2.       Consistently demonstrates effective management of his/her own time, and that of supervisees, as appropriate.

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

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

5.       Commitment to company values.

 

Conditions of Employment:

1.       Fingerprints and background check.

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.

Location:  
 1111 Meanual NW Albuquerque NM 87107 
Contact Info:  
Stephanie Ortega
505-255-5501
 
01/31/2018
Medical
Dental Assistant
Albuquerque West Side, NM
Description:  

Experienced Dental Assistant needed for fast-paced private practice near Rio Rancho.

Hours can vary 25 + hours weekly. Unlimited bonus opportunity

Requirements:  

We are seeking a professional, motivated individual who understands that patient care is priority.

Enthusiasm and time-management skills are a must.
Location:  
Alameda / Ellison
Hours/Week:  
25
Attire:  
Uniform
Contact Info:  
Melanie Thompson
505-899-7645
 
01/31/2018
Education
Director of Youth Programs
Description:  

Do you have a passion for agriculture? Do you enjoy inspiring and leading kids of all ages? Do you like working outside? If so, keep reading!font-family:"Calibri",sans-serif;mso-fareast-font-family:Calibri;mso-fareast-theme-font:
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EN-US;mso-bidi-language:AR-SA'>We’re looking for an enthusiastic, high-energy, fun-spirited individual to lead our agriculturally-based Youth Programs; Junior Leaders (ages 12-18), Campers (ages 4-11), and onsite Field Trips. The individual is responsible for creating and implementing an educational curriculum for youth, all while having FUN and bringing JOY to others. The qualified candidate will guide and empower youth of all ages to learn, create, explore, and grow through hands-on learning, innovation, and teamwork

 

 Essential Functions:

  • Work with the GGYR team to develop strategies for recruiting, training, engaging, and leading Junior Leaders
  • Assess each Junior Leader’s Agricultural Aptitude, Emotional Intelligence, Strengths, Abilities, and Areas of Interest
  • Coordinate Junior Leader orientation, training, development, events, and recognition
  • Create, develop, and research educational curriculum (agriculture and leadership) and team building activities to continuously evolve programs (responsible for managing supplies/learning aides used during programs)

=        Collaborate with Junior Leaders to implement and execute the educational curriculum for younger campers during our Summer Camp Programs

=        Mentor, guide, and empower youth in challenging situations during Summer Camps

=        Supervise and participate in day-to-day educational activities at the ranch: feeding, cleaning, recording, preparing, and showing pigs, goats, chickens, as well as, bottle feeding calves

=        Facilitate 4-H processes to include monthly meetings, officer selection, livestock selections, family feeding calendar, workshops, etc.

=        Assist with curriculum development, coordination, and facilitation of 4-H workshops

=        Conflict resolution and disciplinary actions, as appropriate, with Junior Leaders and Campers, including communications and partnerships with parents/guardians

=        Interact, speak, and present to large groups of people (i.e. Tours, Field Trips, Parent and Youth Meetings)

=        Communications (email, phone, presentations) with parents, youth, new inquiries, teachers, staff, etc. regarding Youth Programs

=        Establish and develop relationships with community partners related to Youth Programs - NM Extension Office (4-H Programs), other non-profits, local schools, businesses, etc.

=        Coordination of guest speakers and volunteer activities to provide a comprehensive learning experience for the Junior Leaders (i.e. 4-H workshops, financial literacy, giving back to the community, etc.)

=        Schedule, coordinate, implement, and lead Field Trip events at the Ranch and Pumpkin Patch; includes providing educational opportunities for students and community groups

=        Assist with the coordination and setup of GGYR Events (Summer Camp, Pork & Brew, Pumpkin Patch, County Fair, etc.)

  • Work with the Team Administrator to process and manage Youth Program applications/registration forms, payment terms, communication with parents, manage paperwork, run reports, etc.

=        Work with Volunteer Director to identify volunteer opportunities (roles, responsibilities, job descriptions) for all youth activities  

=        Assist the Volunteer Director with coordinating, scheduling, and leading the Junior Leaders at GGYR community events (i.e. Ranch Tours, Pumpkin Patch, Pork & Brew, Sandoval County Fair, Library Events, etc.)

=        Assist with Media/Marketing tools and stories for Youth Program promotion and outreach

=        Attend Community Outreach events, honoring or supporting GGYR

=        Act as a reference or resource for Junior Leaders and their parents

=        Explore opportunities to increase Youth Programs (i.e. Field Trips, Spring Break Camps, etc.)

Requirements:  
Education, Experience & Skills Required:
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Four (4) years of relevant experience in leadership and education
  • Experience mentoring and/or supervising youth of all ages and a passion for empowering youth
  • Proficient with the methods and techniques of lesson plan development and instruction (creating curriculum for agricultural education, leadership, youth empowerment, etc.)
  • Strong communication skills (verbal and written)
  • Customer Service-focused and works well with a diverse population
  • Detail-oriented, proactive, well-organized, and excellent time management skills
  • Requires the ability to:
    • Prioritize, plan and analyze needs of Junior Leaders, Campers, and GGYR
    • Direct and coordinate people (of all ages) and activities
    • Present in front of large groups of adults and youth
    • Work collaboratively as a team member or on an individual basis
    • Build relationships with staff, parents, volunteers, etc. to accomplish a common goal

o   Take a leadership role with youth, ages 12-18

    • Handle conflict resolution and offer solutions through creativity and flexibility
    • Lead by example
    • Have FUN and bring JOY to others

=        A strong respect for community enrichment and a “giving back” attitude

=        Comfortable and willing to get dirty and work in all types of weather (work environment is a working ranch)

  • Intermediate skill level in all Microsoft Office Applications (Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint)
  • Must successfully pass a Background Check

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  • Four (4) years of relevant experience in agriculture (4-H/FFA)
  • A passion for and appreciation of agriculture with an understanding and respect for livestock size, strength, and purpose
  • Degree in Education or Agriculture
  • Experience in Education (i.e. Teacher, Educational Assistant/Educational Administrator, etc.)
  • Previous experience in a leadership role that includes program management

 

Additional Details:

=        Employment is full-time and year-round

=        GGYR does not have an office or workspace - work will be from a home office, the ranch, or other location, depending on the current needs and season

=        Must have access to a computer, phone, printer, and other basic office supplies

Location:  

Galloping Grace Youth Ranch

1500 Sea Rd NE

Rio Rancho, NM  87144

 

Salary Range:  
$35,000 to $38,000
Attire:  
Casual
Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
Jenifer Romero
505-980-5624
 
01/26/2018
Server
Rio Rancho, NM
Description:  
Looking for highly motivated individuals who can excel in a fast paced environment. Experience required.
Apply in person between 2:00 pm and 5 pm.
Click the link for application.
Requirements:  
Must be Food Saftey and Alchol Certified.
Location:  
4100 Southern Blvd. SE
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
Contact Info:  
Danielle Curley
 
01/26/2018
Line Cook
Rio Rancho, NM
Description:  
O'Hares Grille & Pub is looking for highly motivated individuals who can excel in a fast paced environment. Experience required.
Apply in person between 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm.
Click the link for the application.
Requirements:  
Must be Food Saftey Certified.
Location:  
4100 Southern Blvd SE
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
Contact Info:  
Dannielle Curley
 
01/22/2018
Non-profit
KAFB Custodian (Night Shift)
Albuquerque, NM
Description:  

Principal Accountabilities: (essential job functions):

1.       Duties include, but are not limited to, vacuuming floors, sweeping and wet mopping floors, cleaning commodes, sinks, moving furniture, and cleaning urinals; cleaning walk-off mats, removing trash, low dusting, cleaning glass, drinking fountains, spot cleaning, re-supplying the restrooms.

2.       Operates custodial equipment such as vacuums, mops, small hand and power tools, buffer/scrubber machines and other equipment as assigned.

3.       Reports safety, sanitary and fire hazards to Crew Leader, Custodial Supervisor and Project Manager.

4.       Responsible for performing scheduled tasks in a safe manner and adheres to LifeROOTS, Inc. safety policies.

5.       Complies with all applicable LifeROOTS policies and procedures.

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

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

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

9.       Responsible for participation in the company’s Health and Safety program and ensures that all department-applicable Health and Safety responsibilities are fulfilled.

10.   Performs other related duties as assigned by the Crew Leader, Custodial Supervisor or Project Manager.

Requirements:  

Essential Skills and Experience:

1.       Prefer HS Diploma or GED or 1 year custodial experience.     

Contact Info:  
Stephanie Ortega
505-255-5501
 
01/22/2018
Non-profit
Job Coach
Albuquerque, NM
Description:  

Role Summary:  Carries out the services of the programs by assisting clients in obtaining and maintaining competitive employment that is consistent with their vocational goals. Engages clients and establishes trusting, collaborative relationships directed toward a goal of competitive employment in community job settings with other workers.

Requirements:  

Essential Skills and Experience:

1.     HS Diploma or GED.

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

3.    Experience working in business and industry preferable.

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

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

Location:  
 1111 Menaul Blvd. NE 87107
Attire:  
Casual
Contact Info:  
Stephanie Ortega
505-255-5501
 
01/22/2018
Non-profit
Community Integration Coach
Albuquerque, NM
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.

6.       Assist with medication and informs Supervisor of issues or changes in medication or Treatment Plan.

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.

Location:  
 1111 Menaul Blvd. NE 87107
Attire:  
Casual
Contact Info:  
Stephanie Ortega
505-255-5501
 
01/22/2018
Non-profit
Community Discovery Mentor
Albuquerque, NM
Description:  

Role Summary:  The CDM provides transportation and support to identified participants, individually or in small groups as they explore the community as they relate to their goals. Goals can include but are not limited to discovering potential employment opportunities, building and engaging in relationships in the community and/or learning and accessing services provided in the community.

Requirements:  
 

Essential Skills and Experience:

1.     HS Diploma or GED.

2.     Successful completion of all required DOH and LifeROOTS organizational trainings.

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

4.     Must complete individualized trainings as required by the participant’s plan. 

 

 

Conditions of Employment:

1.       Fingerprints and background check.

2.       A valid/current driver’s license with good driving record. Current auto insurance.

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

4.       Personal vehicle must meet safety inspection requirements on every trip.

5.       Must be at least 18 years of age.

Location:  
 1111 Menaul Blvd. NE 87107 
Attire:  
Casual
Contact Info:  
Stephanie Ortega
505-255-5501
 
01/22/2018
Non-profit
CABQ Custodian part time
Albuquerque, NM
Description:  

Role Summary: Under close supervision, perform routine custodial activities at assigned City of Albuquerque buildings.

Requirements:  
 

Essential Skills and Experience:

1.       Prefer HS Diploma or GED or 1 year custodial experience.     

2.       Must meet the AbilityOne Requirements.

 

Conditions of Employment:

1.       Fingerprints and background check.

2.       Must be at least 18 years of age.

Attire:  
Uniform
Contact Info:  
Stephanie Ortega
505-255-5501
 
11/30/2017
Case Managers and Domestic Violence Counselor
Description:  
Haven House, Inc. is accepting applications for motivated empathetic persons with experience working with survivors of Domestic Abuse.  Positions open are part time Case Managers or part time Domestic Violence Counselor.  
Salary based on education and experience. For more information www.havenhouseinc.org

If interested, please send your resume to roberta@havenhouseinc.org...  More >>
Contact Info:  
Roberta Radosevich, Executive Director Haven House
505-896-4869
 
11/27/2017
Nonprofit Administrative Assistant
Description:  
Full time position with agency serving families whose children have disabilities.  Job responsibilities include: filing client records, front desk reception duties, mail, ordering/replenishing supplies, meeting minutes, cash receipts/deposits, preparing/editing documents, proposals, reports, etc.
Excellent benefits package.  Send resume to Abrazos, PO Box 788, Bernalillo, NM 87004 or info@abrazosnm.org
Requirements:  
Seeking a friendly, flexible individual with strong organizational, communication, and customer service skills.Knowledge and experience with business computer systems, data entry and filing records.  Demonstrated ability to complete work with high degree of accuracy, efficiency, and attention to detail.  Minimum of high school diploma.  Experience in professional administrative position preferred
Contact Info:  
April Spaulding
505-404-8508
 
11/08/2017
Team Administrator
Description:  

Galloping Grace Youth Ranch (GGYR) is looking for an enthusiastic, detail-oriented individual to manage the daily operations of the GGYR Team through administrative support, communications, planning, and logistics. The Team Administrator collaborates with the CEO/Executive Director and GGYR Staff to maintain an efficient daily work flow. The Team Administrator serves as the primary hub for team communications, schedules, and events.

Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Administrative Support

o Assist CEO/Executive Director and Staff with requested administrative tasks

o Assists with communications to all GGYR stakeholders, including youth participants, parents, donors, and volunteers; and, serves as backup communication hub for all programs o Prepares and mails donation solicitations and thank you/acknowledgment letters to donors o Prepares and mails volunteer reminders, thank you notes, and other volunteer communications

o Prepares, distributes, and manages program documents to youth participants and parents

o Coordinates and maintains database of all GGYR contacts, including donors, volunteers, program participants/parents, vendors, media contacts, and all other GGYR stakeholders o Schedules and coordinates staff and board meetings and maintains master schedule of events and event related deadlines

o Ensures the organization is in good standing with all state and federal compliance regulations

o Renews and manages appropriate insurance needs

o Proof-reads and makes editing suggestions on program-related documents, marketing documents, and other GGYR communications

o Assists with proofing, editing, and publication of social media and website content

o Provides data entry services for all program areas

o Takes minutes at all meetings and distributes in a timely manner

o Coordinates and reports out weekly staff updates o Collects and distributes mail on a weekly basis

o Runs errands and makes deliveries, as needed

o Assists with ranch visit coordination

o Performs other duties as assigned

Accounting/Payroll/Human Resources

o Collaborates and maintains positive relationship with GGYR’s outside Accounting Firm

o Works with accounting firm to ensure timely payments to vendors and staff

o Prepares and submits invoices, staff expense reports, receivables and annual budget

o Assists with yearly audits, budgets, 990’s, state and federal filings, reports, etc.

o Obtains and reviews monthly budget reports with CEO/ED and program directors

o Oversees Payroll administration with outside contractor o Supports the collection, management, and documentation of Youth Program financials

o Maintains Human Resources records for staff

o Assists with Employee New Hire and Termination processes

o Manages Background Check process for new Staff, Board Members, and Volunteers o Communicates and keeps in good standing with vendors, bank, customers, etc.

· Fundraising/Donor Relations

o Manages Donor Database, Bloomerang (donations, constituents, etc.)

o Runs and distributes Bloomerang reports o Provides support and requested records for Grant Applications and reporting requirements · Assists with the planning and coordination of all GGYR sponsored events (Summer Camps, Pork & Brew, Sandoval County Fair, Pumpkin Patch)

o Purchases and delivers camp supplies, concession items, Hot Spots, etc.

o Collects and reconciles money each night for events

o Communication and event coordination support with event stakeholders (youth, parents, teachers, 4-H representatives, etc.)

Requirements:  

Knowledge Skills & Abilities:

· Relevant experience as an Office Administrator, Administrative Assistant, Group Coordinator, or Customer Service Coordinator, preferably supporting multiple team members

· Associates Degree in relevant coursework or equivalent work experience

· Knowledge of Office Administrator responsibilities, systems, and procedures

· Team oriented, dependable, and a strong work ethic

·Excellent time management skills and ability to multi-task and prioritize work

· Strong organizational and planning skills in a fast-paced environment

· Strong attention to detail · Self-starter, able to work independently and collaboratively ·

A creative mind with an ability to problem solve and suggest improvements

· Friendly, positive, and engaging

· Excellent verbal and written communication skills in a manner appropriate for a wide variety of audiences

· Professional customer service skills with staff, vendors, donors, youth, and community members

· Demonstrated ability to promote programs and develop relationships inside and outside of the organization

· Must be versatile, flexible, and agile to shift from projects and activities as priorities change

· Must take direction well from the team

· Enthusiastic about our mission and willing to learn the basic understanding of agriculture with a healthy respect for livestock and their purpose

· Extensive knowledge of QuickBooks (web-based)

· Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and data entry in a donor database

· Ability to operate a computer keyboard, mouse, and other computer components

· Willingness to work some evenings and weekends as needed (specifically 4th of July weekend at Pork & Brew, the first weekend in August at the Sandoval County Fair, and the month of October for GGYR’s Pumpkin Patch)

· Must successfully pass a background check

Additional Details

· Employment is full-time and year-round

· GGYR does not have an office or workspace - work will be from a home office, the ranch, or other

location, depending on the current needs and season

· Must have access to a computer, phone, printer, and other basic office supplies

· Must have dependable transportation to run errands and make deliveries, as needed

Apply! To be considered for this opportunity, please email your expression of interest and resume to

Jenifer Romero at jenifer@ggyr.org

Contact Info:  
Jenifer Romero
 
11/03/2017
Non-profit
Physical Therapist
Description:  
 

Do you want to work to improve the lives of children and their famlies?  We are looking for a Contract Physical Therapist to work with families who have infants and toddlers with developmental delays/disabilities. Work as part of a transdisciplinary team to help parents and caregivers learn how to support their child's physical motor skill development as well as overall health and general development during daily routines and activities.  Work as many or as few hours as you would like.

Requirements:  
 Experience working in early intervention, working on transdisciplinary teams and/or working with young children and their families is preferred. Required - MA/MS or DPT degree and NM state licensure in Physical Therapy.
Location:  
 Services are provided in the family’s home, daycares, or other community locations. Areas served include Placitas, Bernalillo, Rio Rancho, Corrales, Ventana Ranch, Paradise Hills.
Contract Rate:  
$71 per hour
Contract Term:  
1 Years
Attire:  
Business Casual
Contact Info:  
Randi Malach
505-404-8514
 
11/03/2017
Non-profit
Speech and Language Pathologist
Description:  

Do you want to work with an amazing team making a difference in the lives of children and their families?  Staff position working with families who have infants and toddlers with developmental delays/disabilities. Work as part of a transdisciplinary team to help parents and caregivers learn how to support their child's communication skill development as well as overall health and general development during daily routines and activities. Competitive salary and benefits.

Requirements:  
 Experience working in early intervention, working on transdisciplinary teams and/or working with young children and their families is preferred. Required - MA/MS degree and NM state licensure in Speech-language Pathology. Bilingual Spanish speaker and experience with feeding therapy preferred.
Location:  
 Services are provided in the family’s home, daycares, or other community locations. Areas served include Placitas, Bernalillo, Rio Rancho, Corrales, Ventana Ranch, Paradise Hills. 
Salary Range:  
$55,000 to $60,000
Hours/Week:  
40
Attire:  
Business Casual
Travel:  
5%
Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
Randi Malach
505-404-8514
 
11/01/2017
Administrative
Data Specialist
Description:  
The purpose of this position is to provide general office and administrative assistance to the Transitional Employment program that supports the participant in meeting the program criteria. This will occur through accurate scheduling, follow-up and documentation, entering of payroll, and collection of information to provide all data entry for participation;...  More >>
Requirements:  
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:

    Associates degree (AA/AS) or equivalent from two year college or technical school; or a high school diploma and six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    Experience with employment services strongly preferred.



QUALIFICATIONS:

To perform this job successfully, an...  More >>
Contact Info:  
Louis Cimalore
505-994-9206
 
10/23/2017
Environmental
Landfill Spotter-Heavy Equipment Operator
Description:  
 

Under general supervision, operates heavy equipment in refuse disposal at the landfill, including rough excavation, spreading compaction, covering and finishing to prescribed grade; inspects and maintains equipment and ensures a safe environment for customers and employees; watches for potential hazards for employees and customers; directs customers to proper dumping area and informs them of where they can safely dispose of their waste; ensures that improper or unregulated materials are not disposed of; and performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements:  
 
  • High School Diploma/GED Certification and one year of experience in excavation, hauling and loading to include operation and preventative maintenance of heavy equipment. Experience working in a solid waste environment highly desirable.

     

    Required Licenses or Certifications:

  • Valid New Mexico Driver’s License; and

  • Valid Class B New Mexico Commercial Driver’s License; Class A preferred.

Location:  
Sandoval County
Salary Range:  
$31,907 to $35,901
Hours/Week:  
40
Attire:  
Casual
Contact Info:  
Tina Tawater
505-867-7505
 
10/11/2017
Law Enforcement
Director of Detention
Description:  
 

Under 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.

Requirements:  
 

Education and Experience:

Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, Business Administration, Public Administration or related field and eight years of demonstrated detention, corrections, or law enforcement experience, four years of which are in a management/supervisory capacity that includes demonstrated experience and responsibility in compliance, budgeting, staff supervision, program administration, administering contract activities, comprehensive records management, and collaborative interagency relationships; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience working within an adult detention/corrections facility that housed federal inmates and knowledge of the most current and relevant standards of the American Correctional Association, or American Jail Association, or similar association is highly desirable. 

 

Required Licenses or Certifications:

  • Valid New Mexico Driver’s License

  • Other licenses and certifications may be required within a specified time period after hire.

Other Requirements:

  • Must pass a background investigation to include criminal history, employment references, credit history, verification of US citizenship, and pre-employment interview in accordance with Federal Performance-Based Detention Standards ( FPBDS) A.9.3.a through e; and Sandoval County Detention Center Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) Part 1/C108, Chapter: Personnel, Subject: Employment Process / Background Investigations, PROCEDURES Pre-Employment, 2. Through 6.
  • Must pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol screening in accordance with (FPBDS A.9.3.f) and Sandoval County Detention Center Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) Part 1/C108, Chapter: Personnel, Subject: Employment Process/Background investigations, Procedures Pre-employment , 7.
  • Pre-employment physical (FPBDS A.9.4 and 4-ALDF-7B-04).

 

This position is subject to random alcohol and drug testing in accordance with Sandoval County Personnel Rules and Regulations Article XIII Drug and Alcohol Policy and Testing- Drug Free Workplace; and Sandoval County Detention Center Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) Part 1/C108, Chapter: Personnel, Subject: Employment Process / Background Investigations, PROCEDURES Post-Employment,1.

This position is subject to bi-annual background checks in accordance with Sandoval County Detention Center Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) Part 1/C108, Chapter: Personnel, Subject: Employment Process / Background Investigations, PROCEDURES, Post-Employment, 4.; and FPBDS A.9.6 (periodic).

 

  • SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED:

  • Position reports to the County Manager and exercises supervision over lower level staff.

  • ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties.

 

  • Plans, directs, coordinates, and reviews the work of assigned staff; assigns tasks and coordinates schedules, projects, and programs; provides constructive feedback; reviews and evaluates work and makes effective suggestions and recommendations.

  • Coaches, trains and motivates staff; coordinates and/or provides staff training; and manages employee relations; manages the workflow and prioritization of projects and measures the performance of the assigned unit/area and all related staff and takes appropriate corrective action when necessary; provides general advice and counsel to staff; develops developmental work plans for staff; and implements corrective actions, discipline and termination procedures as appropriate/necessary.

  • Coordinates and manages the operations of the Detention Center; meets with critical incident unit staff and administrative staff regularly to identify, manage, and mitigate current and existing risk and threats to facility operations and general public safety, identify tasks that need to be completed, prioritize the tasks and assign work and timelines; reviews inmate communication forms and receives briefings from each division.
  • Directs, implements, and monitors the departmental budget; presents the annual budget and all supporting documentation to the County Manager and Board of County Commissioners; controls the purchasing of materials and equipment necessary to fulfill Detention Center responsibilities; and determines the need for new equipment and facilities and major repair or upgrade of equipment and facilities.
  • Conducts regular inspections of the detention center including daily internal and external facility rounds; ensures any maintenance, safety, or staff issue is immediately addressed.

  • Reviews and monitors vendor contracts and services associated with the Detention Center and assures contract compliance, recommends necessary contractual changes, initiates renewal and/or conducts a vendor bid process when necessary.

  • Ensures compliance with and consistent application of all pertinent federal, state, local and County regulatory requirements across the organization; interprets regulatory guidelines and exercises discretion in providing direction to staff; develops and/or obtains and delivers training curricula to enhance supervisory and employee understanding of regulatory guidelines and enhance organizational efficiency, effectiveness, and compliance; recommends corrective actions to County Manager to enhance compliance with regulatory requirements and/or to mitigate potential liability.

  • Monitors and reviews any changes to the laws or policies that govern the detention center's mission and implements necessary changes to standard operating procedures; plans, implements and coordinates dissemination of new or revised policies, procedures and programs; and ensures that all staff are updated and/or trained related to required changes/updates.

  • Compiles and ensures timely submission of reports mandated by federal or state statutes; conducts research, analyzes, develops, and provides simple to complex reports to the County Manager and County Commission on relevant topics, as required.

  • Counsels employees; mediates employee issues; applies principles of conflict resolution and provides alternatives and solutions to resolve simple to complex workplace issues and complaints; and mitigates potential harassment, violence in the workplace and risk or exposure to liability.

  • Maintains a positive working relationship and an open line of communication with contracted professional detention facilities consultant and in collaboration with the contracted professional detention facilities consultant reviews prepared inspection reports and determines the appropriate action plan and course of implementation to correct any deficiencies or compliance concerns. 

  • Maintains a positive working relationship and an open line of communication with the New Mexico Association of Counties Adult Detention Professional Standards staff and in collaboration with the New Mexico Association of Counties Adult Detention Professional Standards staff, reviews prepared inspection reports and determines the appropriate action plan and course of implementation to correct any deficiencies or compliance concerns to achieve and maintain accreditation.  

  • Works with law enforcement agencies to ensure compliant processing of persons arrested; and coordinates with the local, state, and federal judicial system.

  • Works in conjunction with the Community Services Division to ensure compliance with State requirements of enrolling eligible inmates into the State Medicaid Program, and cross-consults on the provision of health and social services for applicable inmates.

  • Works in conjunction with the Human Resources Division to ensure compliance with County Personnel Rules and Regulations and Risk Management.

  • Performs other related duties as assigned by the County Manager.

Required Knowledge of:

  • Operational characteristics, services, and activities of a correctional/detention center, including all current and relevant business/industry principles and practices related to work assigned.

  • Provisions of federal, state, and local legislation pertaining to correctional/detention services; and New Mexico State Statutes, Standards of the American Correctional Association (ACA), Performance Based Standards for Adult Local Detention Facilities (ALDF), Federal Performance-Based Detention Standards (FPBDS); the Prison Rape Elimination Act, and Standards of the American Jail Association (AJA).

  • Principles and practices of criminal justice administration.

  • Administering and managing correctional/detention services and programs in a public-sector setting.

  • Law enforcement principles, practices, techniques, and equipment with special reference to assignments.

  • Effective Training programs, techniques and methods.

  • A variety of software packages relevant to the department and assigned work.

  • Contract negotiation and administration.

  • Research methods and report presentation.

  • Effective communication principles and practices including oral and written communication; to include public relations and public speaking.

  • Modern office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers, computer applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and statistical databases.

  • Principles and practices of governmental budget preparation, administration and monitoring; to include procurement processes and procedures.

  • Advanced arithmetical computations adequate to correctly perform work.

  • Proper English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation.

  • Principles of business letter writing.

  • Principles of supervision, training, and performance evaluation.

  • A working knowledge of change management science and processes specifically related to organizational culture is highly desirable.

 

Required Skill in:

  • Administering and managing detention/corrections programs and operations in a public-sector setting.

  • Applying the most current and relevant detention /correctional principles, practices, methods, and techniques.

  • Analyzing policy and making effective decisions.

  • Analyzing and assuring compliance of contracted services supporting detention center operations.

  • Developing, interpreting and administering compliant standard operating policies and procedures (SOPs) sufficient to administer, discuss, resolve, and explain them.

  • Learning and effectively utilizing required work procedures and applying relevant regulations.

  • Handling multiple tasks and prioritizing effectively; meeting deadlines and work under high demand/stressful conditions.

  • Planning, formulating and executing programs and policies.

  • Analyzing complex problems, conducting comprehensive research, identifying alternative solutions, projecting consequences of proposed actions and making recommendations for resolution and implementation to the County Manager.

  • Resolving conflicts.

  • Supervising, leading, and delegating tasks and authority.

  • Maintaining accurate and complete records and reports.

  • Effectively administering and monitoring the Detention Center division budget;

  • Developing and implementing goals and objectives for the department consistent with County mission and values.

  • Writing, administering, negotiating, and evaluating contracts, agreements, and proposals.

  • Developing and conducting training programs associated with assigned area of responsibility.

  • Evaluating processes and procedures for improvement and cost-effectiveness.

  • Working cooperatively with County employees, contractors, and the public.

  • Working with equipment, tools, and materials required in area of assignment.

  • Applying project management techniques and principles.

  • Communicating effectively verbally and in writing, including public relations and public speaking.

  • Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with employees, vendors, other agencies, and the public, including meeting and dealing tactfully with the public.

  • Utilizing personal computer software programs and other relevant software affecting assigned work and in compiling and preparing spreadsheets.

  • Developing, interpreting and administering policies and procedures sufficient to administer, discuss, resolve, and explain them.

  • Supervising, leading, and delegating tasks and authority.

  • Articulate clearly and speak publicly on a host of complex issues associated with the detention center to include public town hall meetings, hearings, and media inquiries.

 

Physical Demands / Work Environment: 

  • Work is performed in a standard office/detention center environment.

  • Essential and supplemental functions may require maintaining physical condition necessary for sitting, walking or standing for prolonged periods of time, stooping, and lifting books or files of approximately 25 pounds or less.

  • Work frequently involves extended periods of time viewing a computer monitor and operating a keyboard.

  • Work regularly requires speaking, hearing and utilizing a phone, calculator, cell phone, copier or fax machine.

  • Occasionally may be exposed to potential physical harm and/or infectious disease when dealing with inmates in the detention center environment.

  • Operates a County vehicle as necessary to attend meetings, training and perform related job duties.

Location:  
 Sandoval County
Salary Range:  
$77,646 to $87,360
Hours/Week:  
40
Attire:  
Uniform
Contact Info:  
Tina Tawater
505-867-7546
 
10/06/2017
Law Enforcement
Detention Center Captain
Description:  
 

Under general direction, supervises, oversees, and maintains the staffing levels of the detention facility at an adequate, safe and secure staffing level; assists the line supervisor with sound decisions affecting the operation of the facility; and performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements:  
 

Education and Experience:

=         Associates Degree in Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, Business Administration, or related field and five years of demonstrated detention/corrections or law enforcement experience, two years of which are in a supervisory capacity that includes demonstrated experience and responsibility in staff supervision, personnel matters, court related issues, security, prisoner conflict resolution, and training; preferably in an adult detention facility.

 

Required Licenses or Certifications:

=         Valid New Mexico Driver’s License; Detention/Corrections Certification in the State of New Mexico and other licenses and certifications may be required within a specified time period after hire.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED:

Position reports to the Deputy Director, Detention Center Administrative Services and exercises supervision over lower level staff.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

=         Must pass a background investigation to include criminal history, employment references, credit history, verification of US Citizenship, and pre-employment interview in accordance with Federal Performance Based Detention Standards (FPBDS) A.9.3.a through e; and Sandoval County Detention Center Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) Part 1/C108, Chapter: Personnel, Subject: Employment Process/Background investigations, Procedures Pre-Employment, 2 through 6.

=         Must pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol screening in accordance with (FPBDS A.9.3.f) and Sandoval County Detention Center Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) Part 1/C108, Chapter: Personnel, Subject: Employment Process/Background investigations, Procedures Pre-employment , 7.

=         Pre-employment physical (FPBDS A.9.4 and 4-ALDF-7B-04).

Location:  
 Sandoval County      
Attire:  
Uniform
Reference Code:  
2k17-10-51
Contact Info:  
Tina Tawater
505-867-7546
 
10/05/2017
Law Enforcement
Detention Center Lieutenant
Description:  
 

Under general direction, ensures the care, custody, and control of all inmates, staff, the visiting public, and the facility in assigned area of the Detention Center; supervises staff and inmates; assists all officers in their duties; enforces established rules and policies; trains new staff; and performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements:  
 

Education and Experience:

Associates Degree in Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, or related field from an accredited institution and three years of demonstrated detention/corrections or law enforcement experience, one year of which is in a supervisory capacity in a County Detention Center OR five years of demonstrated detention/corrections or law enforcement experience, one year of which is in a supervisory capacity at a County Detention Center.

 

Required Licenses or Certifications:

Valid New Mexico Driver’s License; Detention/Corrections Certification in the State of New Mexico; Must be Certified or have the ability to obtain Crisis Intervention Team (CIT), and Certified Jail Officer (CJO) Certification within twelve months of employment, other licenses and certifications may be required within a specified time period after hire.

Location:  
Sandoval County
Attire:  
Uniform
Contact Info:  
 
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03/07: Visionaries Meeting 8:00 am @ Fairwinds Rio Rancho
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