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The City of Rio Rancho, New Mexico (pop. 96,159) was incorporated in 1981 and is the third largest and fastest growing city in the state.
Is seeking a Law Enforcement Loss Prevention Specialist. The Law Enforcement Loss Prevention Specialist is responsible for providing assistance to Sheriffs’ Offices and County Public Safety Departments throughout New Mexico.
The City of Sunland Park is accepting applications for a fulltime Motor Vehicle Clerk. Minimum Qualifications: High school level/GED, clerical experience totaling one (1) year.
The City of Sunland Park is now accepting applications for CERTIFIED POLICE OFFICER.
Performs a variety of paraprofessional and technical planning and building inspection-related activities. Work is performed in a fast paced and demanding office environment. Light physical demands; mostly deskwork; frequent use of a personal computer.
Coordinates and schedules building maintenance services for all City buildings and facilities and serves as physical safety and security buildings coordinator. Position may involve working extended hours, evenings and weekends.
This position serves under the direction and provides assistance to the Municipal Clerk. The candidate must have the ability to achieve high standards in customer service, attention to detail, thorough knowledge of clerical duties and have knowledge of office equipment.
Perform field work related to gas and water utilities to activate and deactivate services, investigate and detect leaks, and deliver customer notices. Requires on-call status and may also involve working extended hours, including evenings and holidays.
The Village of Los Ranchos is seeking applicants for the position of Village Administrator. The position is eligible for benefits; FLSA exempt; salary range is $70,000/yr to $130,000/yr.
The Village of Corrales is accepting applications for the position of Planning and Zoning Administrator. Applications and job description can be obtained at the Village Hall located at 4324 Corrales Road, Corrales, New Mexico, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.