NEW MEXICO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
All applicants for State of New Mexico jobs must apply through the New Mexico State Personnel Office, unless stated otherwise. Search the site using the job ID # listed below. We cannot accept applications or resumes directly sent to our office.
Questions? Contact EDD’s Human Resources Manager Peter Hulsey at Peter.Hulsey@edd.nm.gov or call 505-795-3520.
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New Mexico Border Authority Executive Director
THIS POSITION IS EXEMPT AND NOT AVAILABLE ON THE STATE PERSONNEL OFFICE WEBSITE. APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS TO FOLLOW.
JOSEPH J. DE LA ROSAChair, New Mexico Border Authority505-470-7099JosephJ.DeLaRosa@dot.nm.gov
MainStreet Contracts and Grants Coordinator (Full-Time/Santa Fe)
Job ID 141379Apply by 2/27/24
The New Mexico MainStreet (NMMS) Contracts and Grants Coordinator administers the MainStreet Programs service contracts, grant agreements, and requests for proposals, and provides logistical support for NMMS conferences, events, and trainings.
The position supports the program overarching mission to provide local affiliate nonprofits and their local government partners with resources, technical assistance, and a comprehensive program of revitalization strategies that develop local leadership capacity and financial tools to increase economic vitality, prevent leakage, stimulate private sector reinvestment into commercial properties and businesses and support job creation within traditional and/or historic business districts then state.
The ideal candidate will also have experience and knowledge in:
Job Training Incentive Program Fiscal Administrator (Full-Time/Santa Fe)
Job ID 141441Apply by 2/28/24
$28.72 – $45.95 Hourly; $59,739 – $95,582 AnnuallyThis position is a Pay Band 75
This position plays a key role in the overall functionality and fiscal administration of the Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP). JTIP is one of the primary programs in the Economic Development Department. It funds on-the-job and classroom training for newly-created jobs in expanding or locating businesses.
The Fiscal Administrator is responsible for providing customer service through technical assistance to all JTIP clients for the entire one-year project/grant period. This includes grant agreement management, fiscal administration and technical assistance with all aspects of grant administration via the customized JTIP Salesforce online project management system, and in SHARE. At any given time, the Fiscal Administrator is managing $15-$30 million in program funds for 75-100 active JTIP projects.
The ideal candidate will have experience in:
Office of Strategy, Science and Technology Program Coordinator (Full-Time/Santa Fe)
Job ID 141464Apply by 2/29/24
$31.88 – $51.01 Hourly; $66,312 – $106,099 AnnuallyThis position is a Pay Band 80
The New Mexico Economic Development Department (EDD) Office of Strategy, Science & Technology (OSST) Program Coordinator is responsible for leading and implementing the necessary programs and activities required to meet EDD’s strategic, science and technology initiatives. Working closely with and under the guidance of the OSST Director, the OSST Program Coordinator position is intended to facilitate, enable and encourage start-up, relocation, development, innovation, technology transfer, and growth of technology-based industries leading to job creation across all the industry sectors in the state. The OSST Program Coordinator will work directly with the OSST Director, and be the focal point for leveraging the state’s technological strength, determining the state’s commercial advantage, and collaborating to secure a vibrant technology based industry network.
New Mexico EconomicDevelopment DepartmentJoseph M. Montoya Building1100 S. St. Francis DriveSanta Fe, NM 87505-4147
Mailing Address:New Mexico EconomicDevelopment DepartmentP.O. Box 20003Santa Fe, NM 87504-5003
Main number: (505) 827-0300 (se habla español)Fax: (505) 827-0328
The mission of the New Mexico Economic Development Department is to Improve the lives of New Mexico families by increasing economic opportunities and providing a place for businesses to thrive.
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