Careers

One of the most rewarding ways to get involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters is to work with us. A career with Big Brothers Big Sisters is an opportunity to merge your talents and personal values with your desire to make a difference.

Every day, we are changing the perspectives of children and enabling them to see the world around them in a more positive light. With that newfound point of view, they can see their potential more clearly and dream bigger about their future. Our success is a result of committed and inspired employees, working together to make a lasting impact on America's youth, schools, and communities.

Additionally, we are proud to announce Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central New Mexico is Family Friendly. We've been recognized for our policies and efforts to create a family friendly agency for our employees by familyfriendlynm.org

 

  

 

 

 An Opportunity for Growth

That's obviously true for the children we serve. But it's also true within our organization. We need talented and passionate people in a variety of areas including Executive Leadership, Fund Development, Program Management, Marketing and Communications, Human Resources, Finance, and Information Technology.

We are committed to a diverse workforce with representation from every walk of life. We recognize how our organization is greatly enhanced when we unite people of diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives.

Interested?  Get started here:

For more information about working with us, contact Human Resources, at (505) 376-6695.             

Please submit the required documents (see below) along with three (3) professional references to [email protected].  

ALL forms are required in order to be considered.   (Microsoft Office is required to view these documents)

1) Job application
2) Background Consent Form
3) Your resume and Official or Unofficial College Transcripts stating Degree (if position requires a degree)


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Agency Openings

Albuquerque Site Openings

Operations Executive Assistant: Supports the Chief Operations Officer with a broad range of administrative and generalist duties for Human Resources, Finance, and Donation Center Duties. This position requires initiative, critical thinking, and independent decision making skills. The professional in this position must be a proactive member of the organization who provides assistance to all members of the executive staff.

MENTOR2.0 SUPPORT SPECIALIST: As a Program Specialist and Educational Liaison for our mentor2.0 program, you will be preparing New Mexico's future leaders by teaching them life skills needed to be successful as an adult. Skills such as grit, resilience, self-advocacy, critical thinking, and various other socioemotional competencies that will ready high school students for post-graduation. The ideal person for this position will enjoy working in a classroom with high school students on a strengths-based curriculum. The position will involved enrolling students in the program, leading weekly mentor2.0 classes, leading orientation sessions and trainings for teachers and mentees, organizing and facilitating quarterly "mentor-for-a-day" events, attending school meetings as needed, tracking program participation, and conducting pre-, mid-, and post-program evaluations.

BA required (unofficial transcripts will be required). Must pass federal background check. Experience working with teens/adults, interviewing and assessing skills, and relationship development experience preferred. Previous case management and/or instructor experience a plus.

Classroom experience (especially with high school-aged students), and the understanding of child development and family dynamics is preferred.

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BILINGUAL ENROLLMENT SPECIALIST:  The Bilingual Enrollment Specialist ensures that volunteers and children are appropriately enrolled and matched while executing a high degree of independent judgement while utilizing BBBS standards and practices. The successful candidate will provide high-level customer service, focusing on volunteer options and child safety. This staff member will be a part of the enrollment team and will work closely with other departments, as needed.

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EDUCATION PROGRAM COORDINATOR: The Education Program Coordinator is responsible for launching/leading efforts to develop school-based programming,  provide match support, and integrate services in accordance with the Big Brothers Big Sisters Service Delivery Model.

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Otero Site Openings

PROGRAM SPECIALIST I: This position is specifically responsible to ensure that volunteers and children are appropriately enrolled and matched while executing a high degree of independent judgement when utilizing BBBS standards and practices. The Program Specialist I must ensure the delivery of the highest level of Customer Service, while focusing on volunteer options and child safety which should be demonstrated throughout the volunteer and child enrollment and matching process. The successful incumbent will produce positive outcomes in the following area of Enrollment: volunteer yield and processing time; new matches and overall matches served, youth yield; Youth /parent processing time, and Customer Satisfaction.

The Program Specialist I will be expected to achieve agency, team and individual goals as detailed in bi-annual evaluation forms, agency metrics and scorecard. Goals include those for matches made, matches retained, engagement (billing hours), and Donor contributions (as appropriate).

Bachelor’s degree is required. BA in social services, sociology, psychology or related field is preferred. Related work experience preferred and is defined as work assessment, intake or interview and relationship development experience with child and adult populations; understanding of child development and family dynamics. Must have car, valid driver’s license, and meet state required automobile insurance minimums as well as a criminal background check.

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San Juan County Site Openings

PROGRAM SPECIALIST IThe Program Specialist I will be responsible for finding the best match for volunteers (Bigs) and children (Littles).  Also supporting the match relationship between a volunteer (Big) and child (Little) to maintain the highest standards of child safety and to promote a long-term and impactful relationship.

Bachelor’s degree is required.  BA in social services, sociology, psychology or related field is preferred. At least one year related experience, preferred.  Bilingual, Navajo and/or Spanish is preferred. Must have car, valid driver’s license, and meet state required automobile insurance minimums as well as a criminal background check.

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Donation Center Openings: 

Donation Center Office Assistant: Position is a combination of an office job and accepting donations from the public at our main office. This position will require excellent customer services skills while communicating quickly with both donors and staff members. The successful candidate will have a variety of computer skills to schedule donation truck routes, donation pick-ups, staff schedule, as well as a number of other office related tasks. Previous office customer service experience is required. 

Truck Driver: Responsible for customer service in the community involving scheduled donation pick-up, transport, and drop-off. The Truck Driver will represent Big Brothers Big Sisters Donation Center professionally through timely adherence to designated routes, special events, and clothing drives.