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Innovation Coordinator
New Mexico Environment Department
The incumbent will develop analyses, recommendations, and applications for New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) grants, and monitor awarded grants and their budgets to enhance the ability of NMED to complete its mission to protect and restore the environment and to foster a healthy and prosperous New Mexico for present and future generations. The job entails the independent management of an assigned caseload of substantial complexity involving grant funding, applications, and tracking. This position's initial priority is to lead and manage the current U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Performance Partnership Grant, as well as the state-funded PFAS project. Additionally, the incumbent will coordinate several teams across divisions who share grant responsibilities, and potentially across agencies as well. In the long-term, this position supports NMED in researching and successfully applying for state, federal, and private funding opportunities.
Link: https://careers.share.state.nm.us/psp/hprdcg/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=116466&PostingSeq=1
Environmental Health Division Director
New Mexico Environment Department
The EHD Director oversees a $10 million budget and the equivalent of 109 fulltime employees across 27 field offices across the state. The EHD Director, management team and staff are responsible for programs that directly impact the public health of New Mexicans, including permitting, technical assistance and compliance activities related to retail food establishments; industrial food manufacturing; cannabis and hemp extraction, manufacturing facilities, and processing facilities; public swimming pools and spas; and industrial/residential liquid waste (septic) throughout the state.

Additional responsibilities include leading collaboration with stakeholders; initiating, reviewing, and drafting legislation; informing legislators, local officials, community members, federal agencies, the Congressional delegation and others of Division projects; and serving as the Department representative to outside parties on priority environmental and public health protection matters.
Link: https://www.governor.state.nm.us/apply/open-positions/environmental-health-division-director/
Resource Protection Division Director
New Mexico Environment Department
The RPD Director takes a leadership role in protecting New Mexico’s land, air and water by developing environmental management policy and directing resources and operational activities in close collaboration with the RPD Deputy Director. Additional responsibilities include leading collaboration with stakeholders; initiating, reviewing, and drafting legislation; informing and advising board members and/or legislators; and serving as the Department representative to outside parties on priority environmental and public health protection matters. Specific projects include overseeing and coordinating hazardous waste management and corrective action activities at federal facilities across the state, including U.S. Department of Energy facilities including Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), Sandia National Laboratory (SNL), Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP), and U. S. Department of Defense facilities such as Kirtland, Cannon, and Holloman Air Force Bases, including on-going litigation actions. This position also coordinates Division efforts on perfluorinated compound (PFAS) related activities and oversees implementation of Division programs to protect and restore New Mexico’s natural resources, particularly ground and surface water sources that may be used for drinking water.
Link: https://www.governor.state.nm.us/apply/open-positions/resource-protection-division-director/
Water Protection Division Director
New Mexico Environment Department
The WPD Director takes a leadership role in protecting New Mexico’s water resources and supporting community infrastructure by developing environmental management policy and directing resources and operational activities in close collaboration with the WPD Deputy Director. Additional responsibilities include leading collaboration with stakeholders; initiating, reviewing, and drafting legislation; informing legislators, local officials, community members, federal agencies, the Congressional delegation and others of Division projects; and serving as the Department representative to outside parties on priority environmental and public health protection matters.

The Division’s $25.8 million budget involves management of more than 60 funding sources, including approximately 50 active federal grants. Functional areas under the WPD Director include: public water systems and drinking water testing; water and wastewater utility operator certification; loans for drinking water, wastewater and solid waste infrastructure projects; remediation of contaminated properties, including Superfund sites; discharge permits to protect groundwater; surface water quality monitoring and restoration; and compliance and enforcement of drinking water and water quality regulatory programs. Special projects include serving on the Government Advisory Board of the New Mexico Produced Water Research Consortium and coordinating water projection program activities to identify and address water contaminated with per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and other emerging contaminants.
Link: https://www.governor.state.nm.us/apply/open-positions/water-protection-division-director/
Healthcare Associated Infections Surveillance Officer
UNM Emerging Infections Program
Will perform surveillance for Healthcare-associated infections through UNM Emerging Infections Program. Please contact Kristina Flores at kflores@salud.unm.edu for more information.
Human Resources Director
La Familia Medical Center
La Familia Medical Center (LFMC), the largest primary care group in Santa Fe, is seeking an experienced health care human resources professional to lead the Human Resources Department. LFMC has served the Santa Fe community for nearly 50 years and currently operates out of four permanent service sites, providing comprehensive medical, dental, and behavioral health services to over 18,000 patients per year. The Human Resources Department manages the full range of human resources functions for approximately 180 staff members. The HR Director is responsible for implementation and maintenance of all human resources programs and associated policies and procedures, as well as compliance with all applicable laws and regulations and required reports and filings.

The successful candidate will meet the following qualifications:
- Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources or a healthcare or business-related discipline
- Ten years management-level experience in a human resources capacity; experience at the Human Resources Director level a plus
- Thorough knowledge of employment-related laws and regulations
- Successful history of program implementation, problem-solving, and collaborative management
- SHRM-CP OR SHRM-SCP Certification preferred
Link: https://lafamiliasf.org/careers/
Medical Case Manager
La Familia Medical Center
a Familia Medical Center, the largest primary care group in Santa Fe, is seeking an experienced health care human resources professional to lead the Human Resources Department. La Familia has served the Santa Fe community for nearly 50 years and currently operates out of four permanent service sites, providing comprehensive medical, dental, and behavioral health services to over 18,000 patients per year.

Under the direction of the Director of Patient Support Program, the Medical Case Manager works independently to provide long term coordination of care and services to patients in order to assist them to overcome the problems and needs associated with medical conditions, including addressing barriers to healthcare access.

Education, Experience and Skills/Training
- Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, and two years of experience in a related field, required. In lieu of a degree, the incumbent must possess sufficient prior work experience in progressively more responsible positions during which the skills and abilities to perform all the essential functions have been amply demonstrated at a consistently competent level.

We offer a comprehensive benefits package
Link: https://lafamiliasf.org/careers/
Counselor/Social Worker
La Familia Medical Center
The Counselor/Social Worker, as part of La Familia Medical Center’s (LFMC) primary care treatment team, identifies, triages and manages patients with behavioral health problems within the primary care setting. In addition, the Counselor/Social Worker will provide skill training through psycho-education and patient education strategies and will develop specific behavioral change plans for patient’s behavioral health protocols for target populations.
Link: https://lafamiliasf.org/careers/
Assistant Case Manager, Recovery & Harm Reduction
LA FAMILIA MEDICAL CENTER
La Familia Medical Center, the largest primary care group in Santa Fe, is seeking an experienced health care human resources professional to lead the Human Resources Department. La Familia has served the Santa Fe community for nearly 50 years and currently operates out of four permanent service sites, providing comprehensive medical, dental, and behavioral health services to over 18,000 patients per year.

Under the direction of the Recovery & Harm Reduction Program Manager, the Assistant Case Manager, Recovery & Harm Reduction Program supports the coordination of comprehensive biopsychosocial care with a multidisciplinary team and other staff to improve health and quality of life outcomes for persons enrolled in the Recovery & Harm Reduction Program by identifying and overcoming barriers to care and treatment adherence.
Link: https://lafamiliasf.org/careers/
Referrals Specialist
LA FAMILIA MEDICAL CENTER
La Familia Medical Center, the largest primary care group in Santa Fe, is seeking an experienced health care human resources professional to lead the Human Resources Department. La Familia has served the Santa Fe community for nearly 50 years and currently operates out of four permanent service sites, providing comprehensive medical, dental, and behavioral health services to over 18,000 patients per year.

The Referrals Specialist:
- Assists providers and patients in scheduling appointments;
- Navigates the insurance network to meet patient needs in the most appropriate fashion;
- Researches options for patients with limited resources;
- Obtains prior authorizations as needed for items such as procedures, medications, medical supplies and referrals;
- Communicates with patients about their referrals, appointments, and responding to patients questions on these issues;
- Tracks referrals and monitoring if they have been completed, then closing out information once the referral process is complete;
- Acts as a resource for providers, medical support staff, patients, and other LFMC co-workers in all aspects of referrals.

Education, Experience and Skills/Training
- High school graduate or GED certificate required.
- Fluent in both English and Spanish.

Link: https://lafamiliasf.org/careers/
Chief Executive Officer
Notah Begay III Foundation
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) reports to the NB3 Foundation Board of Directors and has leadership responsibility for the organization’s vision and strategic direction, operations, values and guiding principles, growth, financial stability, community relations, staffing, financial development and organizational planning. The CEO is responsible for building organizational capacity through oversight of NB3 Foundation programs and its staff. The CEO is responsible for annual and long-term resource development, communications, external partnerships and serving as an effective spokesperson for the NB3 Foundation.

The CEO should be able to think broadly, strategically and outside-of-the-box about NB3 Foundation’s work as well as be detail oriented and organized about the implementation and structures necessary to move the organization’s vision into reality. The CEO should be readily capable of becoming a prominent figure in the community, highly knowledgeable about its opportunities, challenges, needs and resources and have a broad knowledge of the issues impacting the health of Native youth. The CEO must have strong commitment to Native communities and leading a progressive and results-driven organization.

The CEO will have both internal and external-facing responsibilities as detailed below. The CEO will partner with the board of directors and staff to chart the NB3 Foundation’s future growth and strategic response to an ever-increasing demand for the organization’s programming. This position requires a dynamic and inspiring leader who can collaborate effectively with staff, the board of directors, donors, volunteers, tribal and government leaders, and other diverse stakeholders.
Link: https://nb3foundation.org/about/jobs-and-opportunities/
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