“Snatchers” to film its Second and Third Season in New Mexico


The digital series “Snatchers,” produced by Stage 13, a division of Warner Bros. Digital Networks, and streamed on Verizon’s go90 media brand, will begin principal photography in early February through mid-March in Albuquerque.

“We’re proud to welcome “Snatchers” to New Mexico as part of our growing platform of web-based series’,” said New Mexico Film Office Director Nick Maniatis. “New Mexico’s powerful incentive, robust film infrastructure and incredible natural beauty make us a perfect fit for these productions, as we continue diversifying our economy.”

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Forest Service Hiring for Temporary Positions for 2018 Field Season

By Julie Anne Overton, Acting Public Affairs Officer


The Forest Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture, will be accepting applications for temporary spring and summer jobs in Arizona and New Mexico from November 1-9, 2017.

More information on temporary employment in the Forest Service’s Southwestern Region can be found at Centralized Temporary Hiring Outreach, including a link to the 2018 Outreach Notice with job listings for the Southwestern Region.

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 Job Announcements  for October 2017


AICCNM are pleased to announce the following JOB Announcement. Below are Great Opportunities from our friends at:

Santa Fe MBDA Center

Hyatt Regency Resort

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

Isleta Resort & Casino

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Job Opportunities With the Pueblo of Jemez


Candidates must apply online at www.jemezpueblo.org. For more information, contact the Human Resources Department at (575) 834-7359.


Victim Services Coordinator,   Regular Full-Time

Compliance Officer, Healthcare,   Regular Full-Time

Environmental Health & Safety Specialist,   Regular Full-Time

Human Resources Consultant,   Regular Full-Time

Childcare Worker,   Temporary Part-Time

Medical Assistant,   Regular Full-Time

Medical Billing Specialist,   Regular Full-Time

Coding Technical Specialist,   Regular Full-Time

Mr. Robot Hits Town


New Mexico Film Office Director Nick Maniatis announced today that USA Network’s television series “Mr. Robot” produced by Universal Cable Productions in association with Anonymous Content, will partially shoot in Albuquerque at the end of August through the beginning of September.Continue reading

Job Opportunities With the Pueblo of Jemez


Candidates must apply online at www.jemezpueblo.org.

For more information, contact the Human Resources Department at (575) 834-7359. 


Medical Records Clerk, Regular, Full-Time

Forestry Laborer, Temporary, Full-Time

Fitness Trainer, Regular, Full-Time

Childcare Worker, Temporary, Part-Time

Compliance Officer, Regular, Full-Time

Youth Center Assistant, Regular, Full-Time

Personal Care Attendant/Caregiver, Temporary, Part-Time

Personal Care Attendant/Caregiver, Temporary, Full-Time

Technical Writer, Regular, Full-Time

Medical Billing Specialist, Regular, Full-Time

Coding Technical Specialist, Regular, Full-Time

Medical Assistant, Regular, Full-Time

See Who’s Hiring in Sandoval County

Employers with the most job openings:

Click on the name of the organization for more information.

Convergys: 140
Bank of America: 70
Alliance Data: 24
Rio Rancho Public Schools: 23
Amfabsteel: 18 (email resume)
PCM: 18
UNM Sandoval Regional Medical Center: 12
City of Rio Rancho: 8
Phat Steel: 6 (email resume)
Hyatt: 5


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Television Series “The Brave” Filming Down Our Way


New Mexico Film Office Director Nick Maniatis announced that the television series “The Brave,” produced by Universal Television and Keshet Studios will begin principal photography at the end of this month through the beginning of December.

Production will take place in Albuquerque and Santa Fe. “It’s great to see the return of one of our best ‘customers’ in Universal Television with the new series ‘The Brave’,” said New Mexico Film Office Director Nick Maniatis.

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Hiring at Coronado Historic Site

By Matthew J. Barbour, Regional Manager


Photo Jack Ellis

View of Sandias and Rio Grande from Coronado Historic Site

On June 15, Instructional Coordinator Sharon Walker departed Coronado Historic Site. Her tenure at New Mexico Historic Sites was relatively short-lived, but during her two years of service she made a substantial impact on outreach and interpretation. Ms. Walker visited over 50 public schools and published 11 lesson plans utilizing Common Core State Standards for literacy. These included: “Coronado Had Help: The Indios Amigos,” “A Mission Church in Jemez Pueblo,” and “Life in Ancient Kuaua.” She also initiated a highly successful teacher in service workshop focused on helping educators utilize archaeology and history to engage students in the classroom.

Ms. Walker will be sorely missed and her departure leaves a big void to be filled. In the short-term, Instructional Coordinator Marlon Magdalena has worked hard to meet the obligations at both Coronado and Jemez Historic Sites. However, New Mexico Historic Sites is moving ahead with hiring a second Instructional Coordinator to service the Northern Region (Coronado and Jemez).

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Location Location Location

Some news and activity in the film production scene in New Mexico in the last few days. A current production, “Highway”, is being filmed partly in Moriarty, which makes perfect sense, since there is a highway in Moriarty. But, the NM Film Office also proudly announced that something called “Arizona” has just finished being filmed not just in New Mexico, but even in Rio Rancho, New Mexico.

Film buffs might recall that one of the big all-time hit movies, the 1955 Rogers and Hammerstein musical “Oklahoma” was shot in Nogales, Arizona. This was described as “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant” by the U.S. National Film Registry. So if Nogales is more like Oklahoma than Oklahoma is, no doubt Rio Rancho is more like Arizona than Arizona is, which says a lot about Arizona.

Here are some details about the two productions, as provided by the New Mexico Film Office:

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Bandelier Seeking Youth Work Crew Applicants

By Chris Judson
NPS Photo  Bandelier Preservation Corps crew with National Park Service preservationists
 For several summers, crews of young people have done valuable service for Bandelier National Monument, working on trails, archeological sites, and other projects.  The Bandelier Conservation Corps and the Bandelier Preservation Corps are organized through the Rocky Mountain Youth Corps and supervised by park staff. Both crews are now seeking applicants for this summer.

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Jobs and Scholarships Under Consideration at the Legislative Session

Fred, Kristina, Othiamba, and Jennifer



First, the good news: on Friday, the Senate Rules Committee voted in favor of Senate Bill 262, which would create jobs by establishing a transparent, merit-based system for funding New Mexico’s essential public infrastructure projects. The bill, sponsored by Senator Joseph Cervantes (D-Las Cruces) and Representative Kelly Fajardo (R-Belen), was drafted by Think New Mexico based on our 2015 report, The Story of the Christmas Tree Bill: Fixing Public Infrastructure Spending in New Mexico.

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Job Opportunities With the Pueblo of Jemez

Pueblo of Jemez


Please note the change in the application process:
The Pueblo of Jemez is no longer accepting paper applications for job opportunities. Candidates must apply online at www.jemezpueblo.org. For more information, contact the Human Resources Department at (575) 834-7359.

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Jemez Ranger District Seeks Fire Fighting Crews



The Jemez Ranger District of the Santa Fe National Forest is seeking candidates for the Southwest Wildland Fire Fighters Crew (SWFF.) The SWFF crew is composed of A/D positions that work under emergency hire conditions. Applicants must be 18 years or older and be able to pass an arduous pack test.

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Expanded Youth Summer Jobs Program

By Chris Judson



Local partners have banded together to continue a conservation focused service-learning program through The Family YMCA.

“We almost didn’t have a program this year,” said Diana Martinez, Y Senior Program Director. ”The YMCA recently found out there would not be sufficient funding available for the program this summer. When Bandelier National Monument found out about the funding cuts, they approached the YMCA about entering into an agreement to help support the program as one of the monument’s summer youth corps programs.”  Additional support was provided by the Volunteer Task Force, Delle Foundation, Pajarito Trail Fest and the University of New Mexico, Los Alamos (UNMLA). As part of this program, UNMLA and Bandelier staff are putting together a summer college credit course on conservation and land management.

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Big Company Expansion and New Jobs in Bernalillo

By Tiffany Avery
Director of Marketing & Communications


Amfabsteel, Inc. announced today that they are expanding their operations in Bernalillo, adding 43 new positions. Under the same ownership, Phat Steel, Inc. announced they are also growing, adding 20 jobs. These hires will more than double the size of the companies.

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