UNM Los Alamos

Job Openings

Job Openings

The University of New Mexico (UNM) Los Alamos branch is seeking qualified applicants for the following positions:

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Applications are accepted through the UNMJobs site at https://hr.unm.edu/unmjobs.

Outreach Marketing Coordinator

The Title V Outreach Marketing Coordinator develops and coordinates a wide variety of marketing and promotional programs and activities. UNM-Los Alamos is the recipient of Title V grant which is a federally funded grant through the Department of Education. Under direct supervision of UNM-LA’s Marketing Representative and indirect supervision of the Title V Program Manager, the Outreach Marketing Coordinator will write and/or edit marketing and promotional materials that support the Title V grant.

This is a TERM position with a projected employment end date of September 30, 2025, funded by a Title V grant.

Additional Duties and Responsibilities:

Assists in the design and graphics of marketing materials.

Creates and maintains marketing files, records, calendars, logs and other documents at the direction of the Marketing Representative.

Produce and edit content like social media posts, videos, infographics, flyers, press releases, and more.

Additional Knowledge, Skills and Ability Requirements:

Skilled in the use of personal computers and related software applications such as Adobe Creative Suite applications (Photoshop, InDesign, Premiere Pro, Illustrator).

Basic understanding of graphic design principles.

Experience editing video and photo projects.

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Adult Education Program Manager

The Adult Education program manager is the primary interface with students, instructors, tutors, stakeholders and community members as regards works skills, high school equivalency, English as a second language and ESL civics/citizenship classes. Under indirect supervision, the Adult Education program manager is responsible for developing and coordinating all aspects of the adult education program. The manager oversees the scope, direction and function of the program, is responsible for ensuring compliance with all federal, state, local and university policies and regulations, supervises all personnel, develops and designs the program and classes, manages grant funding including budget development and expenditures, and works with and responds to changing community learning needs as expressed by stakeholders. On a day-to-day level, the manager also deals with the details needed to keep teachers employed, classes running, students learning, and data entry completed to meet state requirements. The job requires knowledge of state and federal standards and requirements as they pertain to adult education, an academic understanding of the class content that needs to be offered to meet student, stakeholder and NMHED needs, the ability to deliver excellent customer service to stakeholders and students, supervisory skills in monitoring instructors, and careful, accurate data management skills that include student file creation and maintenance, data entry, database maintenance, report generation and audit-specific responses.

The manager coordinates all HR functions for the AE program, including recruiting, hiring, payroll processing and evaluation of all instructors. The manager also coordinates all day-to-day logistics and IT interfaces for classes, seminars, events and activities offered by the AE program with both local IT facilitators and the NMHED state distance learning facilitators.

Managerially, on a yearly basis there are RFAs, mid-year progress reports and a year end progress report to write. Grants are written, reviewed and submitted to UNM-LA contracts and grants. All required training related to grants management and UNM requirements is done yearly.  Program continuation is contingent on grant funding.  

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Fiscal Services Tech

The University of New Mexico Los Alamos Branch Campus is seeking an organized, detail oriented individual who can work effectively and independently in a multi-tasking environment.  The Fiscal Services Tech position at UNM-Los Alamos will assist in maintaining records of fiscal and budgetary controls, ledgers, and/or other related transactions.  Processes routine financial documents, reconciles financial records and analyzes financial data.  They will serve as the main point of contact for all student financial transactions and inquiries; to include accepting payments, advising students on UNM policies and procedures, collaborating with financial advisors on student scholarships and financial aid, initiating 3rd party contracts and billings, tracking and analyzing student debt.  The person in this position will act as financial coordinator for the campus online bookstore.  This includes processing billings for dual credit students, coordinating the book voucher system, answering inquiries about orders or the store in general.  Candidates must possess strong written and oral communications skills.

This is a half time, benefits eligible position.  

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Development Specialist

The Title V Grant Development Director implements and oversees all components of development for the U.S. Department of Education’s Title V Grant awarded to the University of Los Alamos (UNM-LA) branch. Under indirect supervision, this position will support the strategic fundraising efforts of a large University operating unit by coordinating a program or narrow set of programs aimed at targeting donors and prospects for major gifts, exceeding $25,000.  Provides broadly based assistance to staff in support of the identification, cultivation, and stewardship of donors and sponsors.  Note that large gifts are often developed starting with smaller gifts.  The position will also facilitate smaller gifts in the cultivation of larger gifts.  

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

Establish a development/fundraising program and office with the requisite protocols and operating procedures to properly interface into the organizational structure.

Identifies opportunities for additional funds, including local, state, and national grant and foundation opportunities.

Facilitates preparation of grant proposals working with various members of the UNM-Los Alamos faculty and staff and also coordinates with appropriate units at main campus for grant applications. 

Requires a research and understanding of the local community and culture, as well as, branch programs and departments, to ensure a holistic and thorough understanding of the college and community.

Responsible for individual and corporate giving campaigns to meet the Title V grant fundraising goal of $50,000 per year to increase the UNM-LA endowment.

Work with the Chancellor and the Title V Program Manager to establish systems for regular contact of donors to keep them advised and engaged.

This is a grant-funded position with a project period of 5 years (ending September 30, 2025).

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