Employment Opportunities


Program Administrator
New Mexico Finance Authority

The New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) in Santa Fe seeks a high-energy and collaborative Program Administrator. Reporting to the Loan Servicing Director, the successful candidate will perform a variety of full performance technical and professional duties as related to loans made by the NMFA.
Working with the Loan Servicing Director, ensures loans and grants comply with Board approvals, policies and rules. The selected candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills, be detail oriented and well organized. Prior experience with loan compliance is a plus.

The NMFA is a state instrumentality whose mission is to advance New Mexico through effective planning and financing of high-impact community projects. The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or some other related field; and two (2) years of experience performing the above related duties. The successful candidate must demonstrate ability to balance multiple projects and competing priorities in a fast-paced environment is required.

Please send resume, cover letter and three professional references to dcdebaca@nmfa.net. Closing date: January 3, 2019. No calls, please.

Administrative Assistant
New Mexico Finance Authority

The New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) in Santa Fe seeks a high-energy and collaborative Administrative Assistant. Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the successful candidate will perform a variety of administrative duties including document preparation, document editing and retention; prepare board/committee minutes, meeting agendas, and take accurate notes during meetings, spreadsheet creation, flowcharts, meeting and conference scheduling, travel, correspondence, scanning, and related support projects for all departments of the NMFA. The selected candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills, be detail oriented and well organized.

The NMFA is a state instrumentality whose mission is to advance New Mexico through effective planning and financing of high-impact community projects. The ideal candidate will have an Associate degree, and one (1) year of specialized training provided through seminars, workshops, conferences, vocational college or university studies related to general office methods, practices and operations, and four (4) years experience performing above or related duties. The successful candidate must demonstrate extraordinary writing and editing skills for a variety of audiences. Ability to balance multiple projects and competing priorities in a fast-paced environment is required.

Please send resume, cover letter and three professional references to dcdebaca@nmfa.net. Closing date: January 3, 2019. No calls, please.