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Director of Finance

The Director of Finance manages a team of three employees (receivables, payables, bookkeeping) and is actively engaged in daily business operations as well as strategic financial analysis and planning. The successful Director will work to master and improve processes and strategies to optimize NMCCH’s financial performance in all respects.

Required

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Finance, Mathematics or relevant field
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent problem-solving abilities
  • Excellent computer, research, and data collection skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and team-building skills
  • Commitment to confidentiality, sensitivity, and empowerment of others
  • Professional presentation and attitude with coworkers, clients, vendors and general public

Desired

  • 3+ years of proven work experience in financial operations
  • 1+ years of proven work experience in QuickBooks Enterprise
  • 2+ years of proven work experience in non-profit accounting
  • Solid understanding of federal and NM financial requirements and guidelines
  • Demonstrated IT background in Windows client/server environments
  • Master’s Degree in relevant field

Additional Requirements as required under CYFD licensing

  • Proof of academic records
  • Fully vaccinated for COVID 19
  • Successful completion of a national criminal records background check (to include fingerprinting)

 

Media Specialist

The media specialist will work in a public relations and development team composed of five people under the supervision of the Director of Development.  The successful media specialist will have the responsibility of working in online and print media to develop and maintain effective communications strategies with the public. Additionally, the media specialist may be expected to develop intra-organization communication products.

Required

  • Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field (Associate degree may be considered if strongly relevant)
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent problem-solving abilities
  • Excellent computer software skills covering standalone, networked and online media
  • Strong interpersonal and team-building skills
  • Commitment to confidentiality, sensitivity, and empowerment of others
  • Professional presentation and attitude with coworkers, clients, vendors and general public

Desired

  • 3+ years of proven work experience in online and print media
  • 1+ years of proven experience in a non-profit environment or working with non-profit clients
  • Demonstrated experience in MS Office, NeonCRM, WordPress, HTML, Adobe CS, Google G-suite
  • Familiarity with online payment gateway integration, especially as related to social media platforms

Additional Requirements as required under CYFD licensing

  • Proof of academic records
  • Fully vaccinated for COVID 19
  • Successful completion of a national criminal records background check (to include fingerprinting)

 

House Parents

Houseparents love and care for children.  They meet children’s basic daily needs of food, shelter, and clothing.  They also coordinate other critical services such as spiritual guidance, education, healthcare, mental/emotional support, recreation, and transportation.  Houseparents work with NMCCH staff to create a caring Christian community who serve children under God.

Requirements

  • Supervisory responsibilities: Supervise and care for 10 to 12 children in addition to any children you may have of your own
  • Budget: Trustworthy and responsible for cottage budget and receipts
  • Education: High school diploma or equivalent
  • Driving: A valid driver’s license with good driving record
  • Age: At least 21 years of age
  • Married: NMCCH hires husband and wife couples who have been married for at least two years
  • Physical: Requires the ability to complete common household tasks

Skills

  • Ability and desire to live with and serve the needs of youth
  • Good interpersonal skills and strong ability to work with children and adults
  • Commitment to confidentiality
  • Professional presentation and attitude with coworkers, clients, vendors, and general public
  • Ability to collaborate and solve problems
  • Ability to set goals and track progress toward those goals
  • Ability to deal with stressful situations
  • Ability to be flexible in daily routines

Desired:

3+ years of successful work with children desired

Additional Legal Requirements

  • Successful completion of a national criminal records background check (to include fingerprinting)
  • Fully vaccinated for COVID 19

Primary Responsibilities

The essential responsibility throughout all the work of a houseparent is to model Christian family-living and present Christianity with a positive, inviting, and non-judgmental attitude

Family time

  • Listen to children tell you about their day, their feelings, and their goals
  • Coach children about navigating the complexities of life
  • Accept children as they are, and nurture and build on their strengths
  • Engage in fun activities with the children
  • Guide, direct, and redirect basic behaviors, attitudes, and decision making skills
  • Teach responsibility through cottage job, school work, and other activities outside the cottage
  • Keep an organized schedule

Coordinate with child care team

  • Report to the Residential Program Manager
  • Houseparents work with the child care team to create individualized plans for children’s growth. These plans address emotional, educational, medical, and spiritual needs.

Benefits

Competitive pay, paid medical, life, dental, and vision insurance, matching 401k deposits up to 5% of pay, housing furnished, food provided, utilities paid, cottage travel provided, and educational assistance

 

Farm Assistant
The  Farm Assistant reports to, and works closely with, the Farm Program Manager to care for the agricultural facilities, land, improvements, equipment and livestock owned by the New Mexico Christian Children's home.  An individual with a well rounded skill set is desirable. Operating and maintaining farm machinery, welding, light mechanical  and general maintenance work are common assignments.  Livestock feeding and husbandry are required resulting in an "odd hour" but somewhat flexible schedule at times. This position emphasizes working with the Farm Program Manager to teach and train children with livestock projects including rabbits, goats, lambs and pigs and helping them learn basic work skills, responsibility and a strong work ethic.  On site housing is provided for this position.
Requirements:

Required

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Good verbal communication skills
  • Good problem-solving abilities
  • Good interpersonal skills and strong ability to work with others
  • Professional presentation and attitude with coworkers, clients, vendors and general public
  • Ability to successfully and efficiently perform assigned one-person jobs
  • Ability to work outdoors for lengthy periods in all weather conditions
  • Ability to take apart machines and equipment to remove and replace defective parts
  • Ability to understand blueprints and repair manuals as necessary
  • Ability to use tools such as hammers, hoists, saws, drills, and wrenches
  • Ability to climb and stoop repeatedly, such as required by roofing or plumbing jobs
  • Ability to repeatedly lift and/or carry loads of up to 50 pounds
  • Ability to work in close contact with livestock including cattle, sheep, goats and pigs
  • Reside in NMCCH-provided housing co-located with animals and land under your care

Preferred

  • Certified in use of certain heavy equipment such as fork lifts
  • CDL
  • Past experience with showing livestock in fairs
  • Past experience with judging livestock at fairs

Additional Requirements as required under CYFD licensing

  • Proof of academic records
  • Successful completion of a national criminal records background check (to include fingerprinting)
  • Fully vaccinated for COVID 19

Benefits of Joining our Team!

BENEFITS

Some of the benefits of working at the New Mexico Christian Children’s Home:

Competitive salary

Housing provided (for specific positions)

Health, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance

401(k) company match

Satisfaction of making a difference in the lives of children and families!

CONTACT

For more information regarding employment, please contact:

David Van Wettering , Human Resources  Administrator 

human.resources@nmcch.org

575-356-5372 

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