New Mexico Black History Month Organizing Committee is committed to helping the community find resources that build career paths and provide funding in achieving education goals.
The primary responsibilities include greeting clients, vendors, and other visitors and ensuring that they are escorted to the proper office; answering a multi-line phone; handling incoming and outgoing mail, faxes, and messages; maintaining visitor records; making travel arrangements; managing the travel log; reconciling the travel PCard; receiving deliveries and purchases; scheduling and coordinating meetings; maintaining office inventory; and other duties as assigned. The work schedule for this position is Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
To apply for this position, go to the online application site at http://www.careers,ara,com. All applicants are required to include a cover letter in addition to a resume to be considered.
The Immediate Consumption Representative is responsible for developing and maintaining beverage volume and profit through new and existing customers in the specified geographic area representing all brand products.
The Cold Drink Manager is responsible for managing and controlling aspects of beverage sales within the sales territory, including the sales leadership, distribution and equipment service functions for Dr. Pepper Snapple Group.
The Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico is seeking an Accounting Intern to work in a paid position for approximately 15 to 20 hours per week depending on work- flow and experience.
Applicants should have the following minimal background in non-profit accounting:
* Accounts Payable
* Check Deposits
* Account reconciliation
* Bank reconciliation
* Scanning and Copying
* Proven ability to follow directions
* Be a Self-Starter
* Match Checks with invoicing and Check preparation
* Other duties as assigned.
Together for Brothers (T4B) has two opportunities for young men of color including a summer cohort on Mondays (5:30-8:30pm) from May 22-August 14 — and for young men of color who live, work, play, pray or learn in the International District (87108) or Westgate (87121) we also have the Health Impact Assessment (HIA) Crew.
The cohort consists of weekly circles and opportunities to learn, mentor and network as well as cook healthy meals with other young men of color. YMOC will receive up to a $300 stipend at the completion of the cohort.
Health Impact Assessment (HIA) Crew will learn about and collect data and information — including surveys, interviews and community meetings — about the health impacts of access, affordability and use of public transportation and young men of color in the International District and Westgate. HIA Crew receives a stipend of $10/hour for work done throughout the summer.
Each year, the General Lloyd W. “Fig” Newton Chapter grants scholarships to deserving young men and women. Each year the number of available scholarship awards is directly related to donations received from sponsors and donors. Awards of up to one thousand dollars ($1000) are available in 2017.