NEW – We’re Hiring: Campaigns & Civic Engagement Director
We are seeking a full-time Campaigns & Civic Engagement Director to lead and oversee CVNM & CVNM Education Fund’s civic engagement, accountability and outreach efforts, including volunteer organizing, partner and allied organization engagement, get-out-the-vote strategies. The Director will also oversee and implement strategies and programs that help to build momentum for federal climate and public lands and water policy engagement in partnership with our national affiliate, League of Conservation Voters and in tandem with our partnered communities. Read the full job description and how to apply.
NEW – We’re Hiring: Water and Land Restoration Advocate
We are seeking a full-time exempt Water and Land Restoration Advocate to develop, coordinate, and implement public policy initiatives and advocacy strategies that advance New Mexico’s leadership to proactively address legacy mine waste, impacts of hard rock mining projects (current and proposed), groundwater and surface water contamination, watershed conservation, freshwater protection, statewide water allocation and administration reform, and in-stream flow protection. Read the full job description and how to apply.
On-Going – We’re Hiring: Business Administrator
We are seeking an experienced and engaged Business Administrator to manage the administrative, accounting, scheduling, and overall internal functioning of our offices. This position plays a key role in overseeing the implementation of CVNM’s operational, administrative, human resources and financial systems in order to support organizational goals. Superb interpersonal and leadership skills are vital for this role, as teamwork is important for our organization’s success. Suitable candidates should also be excellent written and verbal communicators and possess the ability to prioritize multiple work demands. This position is based in Santa Fe. Read the full job description and how to apply.
Health Impact Assessment On Benefits of Electric Buses Released by Conservation Voters New Mexico Education Fund
Conservation Voters New Mexico Education Fund (CVNM Education Fund) publicly released a health impact assessment (HIA) about the health and social impacts of replacing diesel-powered school buses with electric-powered school buses. The report release concludes two years of assessment work in partnership with community organizations, like Mom’s Clean Air Force, and community members in Bernalillo, McKinley and Rio Arriba Counties. Read the full press release here.>>