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Account Executive - Albuquerque
Job # 114582
Location: Albuquerque, NM

We are seeking an Account Executive with proven success in sales to join our client’s well-established insurance agency. With three offices, the agency writes over $35 million in premiums in business and personal insurance and employee benefits.

The Account Executive will be responsible for producing business in the Property & Casualty or Employee Benefits lines of business. Account Executives will maintain a confident technical understanding of the market and compliance issues to be able to problem solve and identify the best solutions for the clients.

Responsibilities Include

·        Manage a book of clients

·        Establish strategy for the renewal of clients' insurance program

·        Communicate with division team to ensure clients' needs and deadlines are met

·        Communicate effectively with all carrier representatives.

·        Create marketing submissions for all lines

·        Maintain a current Life and Health insurance license

 

Desired Profile

·        Self-starting leader who will take ownership of the success of the client relationships.

·        Minimum of 5 years of relevant recent experience within a client relationship/ account management role

·        Previous experience with Property & Casualty or Employee Benefits

 

Location

Albuquerque 

Employment Type

Full-time

Compensation

Salary + Bonus

Account Executive - Hobbs
Job # 114581
Location: Hobbs, NM

We are seeking an Account Executive with proven success in sales to join our client’s well-established insurance agency. With three offices, the agency writes over $35 million in premiums in business and personal insurance and employee benefits.

The Account Executive will be responsible for producing business in the Property & Casualty or Employee Benefits lines of business. Account Executives will maintain a confident technical understanding of the market and compliance issues to be able to problem solve and identify the best solutions for the clients.

Responsibilities Include

·        Manage a book of clients

·        Establish strategy for the renewal of clients' insurance program

·        Communicate with division team to ensure clients' needs and deadlines are met

·        Communicate effectively with all carrier representatives.

·        Create marketing submissions for all lines

·        Maintain a current Life and Health insurance license

 

Desired Profile

·        Self-starting leader who will take ownership of the success of the client relationships.

·        Minimum of 5 years of relevant recent experience within a client relationship/ account management role

·        Previous experience with Property & Casualty or Employee Benefits

 

Location

Hobbs, NM

Employment Type

Full-time

Compensation

Salary + Bonus

Account Executive - Santa Fe
Job # 114580
Location: Santa Fe, NM

We are seeking an Account Executive with proven success in sales to join our client’s well-established insurance agency. With three offices, the agency writes over $35 million in premiums in business and personal insurance and employee benefits.

The Account Executive will be responsible for producing business in the Property & Casualty or Employee Benefits lines of business. Account Executives will maintain a confident technical understanding of the market and compliance issues to be able to problem solve and identify the best solutions for the clients.

Responsibilities Include

·        Manage a book of clients

·        Establish strategy for the renewal of clients' insurance program

·        Communicate with division team to ensure clients' needs and deadlines are met

·        Communicate effectively with all carrier representatives.

·        Create marketing submissions for all lines

·        Maintain a current Life and Health insurance license

 

Desired Profile

·        Self-starting leader who will take ownership of the success of the client relationships.

·        Minimum of 5 years of relevant recent experience within a client relationship/ account management role

·        Previous experience with Property & Casualty or Employee Benefits a plus but not required 

 

Location

Santa Fe

Employment Type

Full-time

Compensation

Salary + Bonus

Administrative Assistant - Art Gallery
Job # 146142
Location: Santa Fe, NM

Our client, among the most venerable and respected galleries in Santa Fe, has an opening for a Gallery Assistant to support the Owner, Gallery Director, and staff with gallery administration, inventory management, clerical support, customer service, reception, and more.  The gallery experiences essentially no turnover (current employees have been with the gallery for 10-30 years), and is looking for someone to join their close-knit group.  Prior gallery or art experience is not required, but a keen eye for detail, sophisticated communication skills, a strong sense of loyalty, and commitment to the team's success are imperative.


RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE

  • Data entry support to help transition from an old to a new inventory database;
  • Inventory database entries, and updates to inventory and notes as needed;
  • Telephone and walk-in reception; friendly, concierge-style customer service;
  • Clerical and administrative office support, including research assistance; typing and editing notes, letters, lists, and appraisal documents;
  • Assistance with frequent special projects;
  • Other broad-based operations support as needed to contribute to the gallery's continuing success.


DESIRED PROFILE

  • Methodical attention to detail - for example, in regards to fonts, font sizes and styles, and spacing in documents;
  • Friendly, helpful, positive, outgoing personality with self confidence to recognize your value and contribute to the team;
  • College degree preferred; ability to engage with high-net-worth, sophisticated clientele required;
  • Conservative, professional presentation - notably, no visible tattoos or piercings


LOCATION

  • Downtown Santa Fe, NM


SCHEDULE

  • Fulltime, overtime exempt - usually Tues-Sat, 9am-5pm


COMPENSATION

  • Salary: $36,000-40,000
  • Year-end bonus (discretionary)
  • Group Medical Insurance (Employer pays 100% premium)
  • Pension plan with discretionary Employer contribution (typically 10-15% of salary)
  • Paid Time Off - 12 days accruable in year 1 (no scheduled time off during high tourism season)
  • Downtown parking

Annual Fund Manager
Job # 138509
Location: Albuquerque, NM

Our client, a celebrated New Mexico nonprofit that helps children develop confidence, drive and a sense of achievement through programs promoting movement, has an opening for an Annual Fund Manager to join their Albuquerque development team. The Annual Fund Manager’s primary focus is to build the capacity of the Albuquerque program through fund development, including individuals, corporate, governmental, and institutional giving. We are looking for a proven development professional who believes in the mission of the organization and represents that mission by cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding annual gifts. In addition to having previous experience, our ideal candidate is goal-oriented and versatile, effective communicator who enjoys collaboration.


RESPONSIBILITIES

Fundraising

  • Collaborates with development and marketing teams to help meet the organization-wide goals of the annual development plan
  • Partners with Albuquerque development team to achieve Albuquerque fundraising goals and increase community awareness.
  • Communicates with, recognizes, cultivates, solicits, and stewards Albuquerque donors.
  • Meets or exceeds personal fundraising goals as assigned by the Albuquerque Managing Director and Executive Director.
  • Works with the Directors and Development team to create annual fundraising plan, including to set contributed income goals for Albuquerque and coordinating with broader Development team to carry out Albuquerque fundraising and communication.
  • Builds and maintains a personal annual portfolio of approximately 150 individual (households), corporate, and institutional donors and prospects.
  • Works with board members and committee members to maximize the portfolio process and build major donor activity in Albuquerque, with the goal of increasing membership at our giving circles, maximizing event ROI, and meeting /exceeding contributed income goals, with the additional goal of laying the groundwork for young donors in Albuquerque.
  • Develops and sustains a network of broad local support through networking, attending special events, and building relationships with organizations.

 Development Administration

  • Works with the Albuquerque Development team to recruit volunteers, manage and set goals for the Albuquerque committees.
  • Maintains up to date and accurate information in Salesforce; donor information, portfolio, opportunities, call reports, gift information, etc.
  • Participates in coordinating event-related activity within the database to handle setup and manage event invitations, RSVPs, attendee tracking and registration, and other donor relations.

Financial

  • Have a working knowledge of the entire development annual budget and overall organizational budget.
  • Works with Directors on approved expenses and to ensure accuracy in tracking of budgets to stay within the approved budget.
  • Reports any budget variances to Senior Managers Team.
  • Tracks and reports fundraising goals, understands variances, and re-sets strategies to ensure current and future accomplishment
  • Works with Directors to help set attainable financial goals annually for Annual Fund and Gala.
  • Prepares and manages budgets and projections for special events with consideration of fundraising goal objectives.
  • Prepares and presents quarterly reports for board meetings.
  • Regularly attends and participates in committee meetings.


DESIRED PROFILE

  • College Degree
  • 5 years’ experience in development, with demonstrable experience in direct major gift solicitation
  • Strong organizational, computer, and smart-phone skills including extended familiarity with MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel), strong development database skills, MS Windows file/folder management, and Android, Blackberry, or i-Phone calendaring and emailing skills
  • Willingness to assist with whatever needs to get done for the success of the organization including weekly donor visits outside the office, trips to Albuquerque and running errands
  • Management experience and supervision skills
  • Solves problems by identifying causes, gathering and processing relevant information, generating possible solutions, making recommendations, and resolving problems


TYPE OF EMPLOYMENT

  • Direct Hire


LOCATION

  • Albuquerque, NM


SCHEDULE

  • Fulltime - typically Mon-Fri; some evenings and weekends necessary for events


COMPENSATION

  • Salary of $65-75K + generous benefits!

Controller
Job # 146377
Location: Santa Fe, NM

Our Client, a commercial property management company which oversees approximately 500,000 sq. ft. of commercial real estate with over 300 tenants in Santa Fe and Albuquerque is looking for a Controller. Reporting directly to the President, the Controller will work with the Treasury Manager and be responsible for financial operations. Our ideal candidate has experience preparing and reviewing financial statements for several individual properties and supervisory skills. The right individual will be well organized, have great attention to detail, be able to work in a deadline-driven environment and be a problem solver.

 

Responsibilities:

·        Work closely with Treasury Manager to ensure that all financial obligations are covered on a timely basis.

·        Performs account analysis and reconciliation of tenant statements as needed.

·        Prepares balance sheet tie-out to balance to the general ledger and commercial management systems.

·        Calculates and records appropriate depreciation and amortization of fixed assets, tenant improvements, and leasing commissions.

·        Supervise Accounting Associate

·        Oversee day-to-day accounting operations of commercial property buildings.

·        Prepare month end and quarter end close for properties.

·        Ensures accuracy of all general ledger information.

·        Coordinate with Treasury Manager and Accounting Associate to ensure payables are paid in a timely manner.

·        Responsible for bank reconciliations.

·        Reviews Balance Sheets and Income Statements per property to verify account balances and reasonable revenue and expense amounts.

·        Provide analysis and detailed explanations of deviations from budget based upon specific materiality thresholds.

·        Compile financial statements and portfolios for 35+ properties.

·        Analyze and create budgets for all properties yearly, as part of the management team.

·        Ensure compliance with management reporting determined by lenders.

·        Ensures that all property and tenant lease input information is up to date and correct.

·        Ensures reports/documents are forwarded to auditors and maintain applicable documentation.

·        Informs management as to any discrepancies or any other problem areas that may exist that arise from the audit.

·        Establish and maintain internal controls to support the financial integrity of the company.

 

Profile

·        Must possess strong analytical, accounting, mathematical, communication and interpersonal skills, as well some understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.

·        Ability to effectively handle multiple projects simultaneously in a deadline driven environment.

·        Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

·        Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Business Administration

·        Minimum of 3 years work related experience

·        Property management experience preferred

·        Experience using Microsoft Office Suite, i.e. Excel, Word, etc.

·        Familiarity with commonly used financial software, such as MRI property ma11agement software, and the ability to prepare detailed reports using that software.

 

Location
Santa Fe, NM

 

Schedule

Monday – Friday


Compensation

$65K + Benefits

            

Director of Major and Planned Gifts
Job # 137544
Location: Santa Fe, NM

Our client, a highly respected place of learning among American universities, is looking for a Director of Major and Planned Gifts to identify, qualify, cultivate, and solicit donors.  This key role will focus on key regions west of the Mississippi.   

Responsibilities:

  • ·        Collaborate with senior college leaders to strategize to secure philanthropic contributions from top prospects.
  • ·        Fostering relationships, discerning the philanthropic priorities of individual donors, and aligning them with the priorities and needs of the college to increase current use, endowment, and planned gifts.
  • ·        Creating and maintaining a robust portfolio of prospects at the major and principal gifts levels
  • ·        Partnering closely with alumni relations colleagues to build strong regional networks that support the college through philanthropy and volunteer efforts Contributing to the creation of a robust planned giving program through direct fundraising and program-building efforts
  • ·        Proactively manage a major and principal gift prospect portfolio
  • ·        Contribute actively and on a regular basis to strategy discussions and stewardship planning for top prospects college-wide
  • ·        Set and meet or exceed annual fundraising goals
  • ·        Average of 12-14 donor visits per month
  • ·        Travel required (Texas, California, Colorado, New Mexico)

  • Desired Profile:
  • ·      5+ years of progressive experience in direct personal solicitation of individuals at the major gift level
  • ·      Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred.
  • ·      Familiarity with major gift and planned giving best practices, including an understanding of basic financial planning and tax implications for philanthropy

Schedule:
Full-time position at 35 hours per week.

Type of Employment
Direct Hire

Compensation:

$65-95K DOE + plus benefits

Estimator
Job # 120879
Location: Albuquerque, NM

ESTIMATOR

This 40-year-old, well-established construction company with approximately 150 employees is looking for an experienced Estimator. Our client focuses on delivering top quality work to their customers and safety, security, personal and professional development, and fun to their employees.  This forward-thinking organization is looking for growth-oriented individuals to join their team. Their business model includes several verticals, providing many opportunities for professional growth.


RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Estimate, compile bids and generate proposals in a timely manner
  • Make site visits and review blueprints and photos to collect bidding information
  • Work in tandem with sales staff to prepare proposals
  • Assist in winning new business by reviewing estimates within established parameters
  • Review/prepare proposed project bids in accordance with company bidding procedures, with essential overall cost accuracy
  • Review contracts for accuracy in price and scope
  • Prepare submittal packages
  • Prepare change order estimates for approval
  • Participate in project meetings
  • Participate in pre-job meetings with handoff from estimating to project management on assigned projects
  • Participate in post-job review/analysis of actual costs to estimated costs for use on future projects


DESIRED PROFILE

  • Knowledge of various roof systems, materials, construction process and design, code compliance and manufacturers requirements for warranty
  • Experienced in and able to analyze blueprints, specifications, proposals, and other documentation
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Programs (Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint)
  • Outstanding communication and time management abilities
  • Ability to give instructions and clearly explain problems or situation
  • Understand complex problems and make decisions to benefit everyone as much as possible
  • Must be able to work well with others and within a company system


LOCATION

Albuquerque, NM


SCHEDULE

Monday – Friday, 8-5


JOB TYPE

Direct Hire              


COMPENSATION

$50-70K DOE (Negotiable), plus excellent benefits!

Financial Coordinator
Job # 120677
Location:

Our client, a New Mexico State entity responsible for managing substantial sovereign wealth funds, has an opening for a Financial Coordinator to process fund distributions. The position reconciles valuations of alternative investments, including real estate, real assets, and private equity, to custody banks and consultants and ensures the accuracy of asset valuations.


RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE

  • Process funds’ distribution activity and communicate with fund managers and other stakeholders on a daily basis
  • Prepare asset valuation reconciliations for more than 200 funds
  • Maintain daily accounting records
  • Prepare monthly fund activity and reconciliation reports
  • Strictly adhere to established departmental fund accounting processing procedures and controls
  • Perform administrative functions related to Alternative Funds requirements


DESIRED PROFILE

  • Bachelor's Degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics, or Business Administration
  • 5 years of related experience in budgeting, accounting and/or auditing
  • Prior experience in State government accounting preferred
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Team Player
  • Knowledge of Oracle SHARE or other large-organization ERP system
  • Expertise using Microsoft Excel to analyze and manipulate data


LOCATION

Santa Fe, NM


SCHEDULE

Overtime exempt, usually M-F, 8-5


JOB TYPE

Full-time Direct Hire / Permanent


COMPENSATION

$40,000-69,000 (Pay Band 75) DOE/Q, plus State of New Mexico benefits!

HVAC Journeyman
Job # 145553
Location: Santa Fe , NM

Our client, a locally owned heating and air conditioning company, is seeking two licensed HVAC technicians to help with two upcoming projects. Project length will vary from 2 months to up to one year.  We are looking for hard-working, dedicated HVAC professionals. The individual in this role will be responsible for installing, inspecting, and fixing heating, cooling, and ventilation systems. Candidates should have extensive experience handling, installing, and fixing HVAC equipment, and be comfortable working with little to no supervision.

 

Responsibilities

  • ·         Travel to sites on a daily basis as scheduled
  • ·         Install new heating, cooling, and ventilation systems
  • ·         Inspect current HVAC systems for effectiveness and safety
  • ·         Perform preventative maintenance on HVAC systems to increase longevity
  • ·         Conduct performance tests with specialized tools
  • ·         Troubleshoot current HVAC system issues
  • ·         Repair damaged HVAC systems

 

Desired Profile

  • ·         JSM License required (Equivalent trade school with completed apprenticeship considered)
  • ·         3+ years of experience
  • ·         Must have tools

 

Schedule

Monday- Friday 8am to 5pm

 

Location

·         Rowe (up to 1 year)

·         Santa Fe (2+ months)

 

Job type

Temporary, Full-time

 

Compensation

$20-30 per hour DOE

Mechanical Director
Job # 136867
Location: Santa Fe, NM

MECHANICAL DIRECTOR

Our client, a property management company with a large portfolio of residential properties under management, has an opening for a Mechanical Director to work closely with the Maintenance Director to oversee and manage plumbing, natural gas fitting, and HVAC jobs and employees.

Responsibilities

  • Direct, schedule, and supervise 2-4 mechanical technicians, including specialists in plumbing and HVAC
  • Support the Maintenance Director in the management of a department of 10 employees, responsible for property maintenance and remodel projects
  • Perform routine, seasonal, as-needed, and emergency maintenance and repairs of plumbing, natural gas, heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems
  • Quote maintenance and installation jobs
  • Respond to customer inquiries
  • Ensure billable hours are properly recorded, submitted, and invoiced by Accounting Department
  • Manage departmental budgets; work with leadership to reach goals

Desired Profile

  • MM-98 Mechanical License (includes MM-1 Plumbing; MM-2 Natural Gas Fitting; MM-3 HVAC; and MM-4 Heating, Cooling, and Process Piping) or ability to quickly attain licensure
  • Ability to quote, schedule and manage mechanical installations, jobs, and employees
  • Experience in the ownership and/or operation of a business that provides mechanical services
  • Knowledge of business management principles, including budgets and profit & loss statements
  • Interpersonal and communication skills to serve customers, accept feedback, and direct employees

Location

  • Santa Fe, NM

Schedule

  • Fulltime, Mon-Fri; plus evenings, weekends and on-call as needed

Type of Employment

  • Permanent / Direct Hire (Salaried, Overtime Exempt)

Compensation & Benefits

  • $55,000-70,000 base salary
  • Profit-sharing and bonuses
  • Medical / dental insurance
  • 401(k) retirement plan with 3% match
  • 10 days PTO and 6 paid holidays

Media Specialist
Job # 139747
Location: Santa Fe, NM

Our client, a statewide membership association representing more than 6000 members, has an opening for a Media Specialist to manage website content, oversee social media, create social media and video content, write newsletters, serve as the point person for tech issues in the office, and more.  This is an exciting position for someone with knowledge, skills, and abilities spanning an array of disciplines, including marketing and communications, social media, web and graphic design, video editing, IT and software/apps, and customer service.  You don't have to be an expert in any of them, but you should be comfortable working with all of them.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE

  • Manage social media profiles; create and post social media content
  • Manage and update website with new content, sales figures
  • Assist the Communications Director with design and editing of newsletters
  • Design, compile, and send a biweekly real estate news e-blast
  • Working with the team, create video content for YouTube, social media, website, newsletters, and other outlets
  • Develop PowerPoint presentations
  • Help troubleshoot IT / desktop support issues in the office and serve as contact for the tech support vendor
  • Oversee AV presentations in the office and serve as liaison to AV vendors at off-site events
  • Run WebEx meetings for the office
  • Troubleshoot technical issues for members, as needed
  • Study industry associations in other markets to stay on top of changing technologies and resources available to better serve members


DESIRED PROFILE

  • Fluent user of social media, web media, and applications on desktop and mobile devices
  • Experience with video editing (mobile devices okay)
  • Enthusiastic to work with a team to develop meaningful messaging and valuable content for association member-customers
  • Customer-service orientation with a "whatever-it-takes" approach to creating value for association members
  • Energetic, fast-paced, creative multi-tasker
  • Passionate about learning and sharing to introduce new ways of doing things better and faster


LOCATION

  • Santa Fe, NM


SCHEDULE

  • Fulltime - Usually Mon-Fri, 8-5


COMPENSATION

  • Salary of $50,000-65,000
  • Bonus Eligible (Up to 10%)
  • Medical Insurance (100% of employee premiums)
  • Life / Long-term Disability / Short-term Disability Insurance
  • IRA Retirement Plan (3% employer match)

Mortgage Loan Processor
Job # 142571
Location: Santa Fe, NM

 Our client, a national mortgage lending firm recognized for outstanding customer service, is looking for a motivated, conscientious loan processor to join their team to help people achieve their dream of becoming homeowners. 

RESPONSIBILITIES 

·        Make scheduled contact to educate and update them on the process

·        Request and receive missing or additional documentation needed

·        Follow up on and check property appraisals and issues requiring further clarification; order appraisal conditions

·        Gather insurance documents, review file for proper disclosures

·        Communicate and coordinate all aspects of loan process with mortgage companies, borrowers, title companies, brokers. and other business partners

·        Loan submittals

·        Coordinate with loan officers to review, collect and submit loan conditions

·        Manage all aspects of loan processing and carry a pipeline of up to 24 loans

 

DESIRED PROFILE

·        Comprehensive knowledge RESPA/2015 LE Preparation

·        Excellent computer skills: Word, Excel, Outlook, Windows

·        Detail-oriented, strong organizational and communication skills

·        Able to diplomatically and effectively overcome objections/roadblocks to accomplish tasks

·        Able to work effectively in a high-pressure environment

·        2 years of high volume loan processing experience 

·        Strong working knowledge of Encompass Banker 

 

LOCATION

  • Santa Fe, NM

SCHEDULE

  • Full-time, Monday - Friday, 8-5

COMPENSATION

  • ·    $20-28/hour DOE

Outside Sales Associates (Santa Fe)
Job # 136624
Location: Albuquerque, NM

This local solar company has been in business for two decades and is looking for an outside sales rep to join their team!  This established solar industry leader offers a supportive, professional, and fun work environment.  They need a self-motivated and experienced sales professional with an entrepreneurial spirit who doesn’t need to be micromanaged.  If you are disciplined and resilient and looking for an opportunity to take your sales career to the next level, come work for a company repeatedly voted one of the best places to work and apply now!   


Responsibilities

  • Taking a consultative sales approach to develop and maintain relationships with potential clients by providing support, information, and guidance.  

  • Cultivate possible clients by developing professional and personal networking

  • Participation in weekly team meetings and company sponsored events to identify potential clients

  • Proactively communicate and generate leads (some company provided, some personally developed)

  • Meet with potential clients to present solar solutions both in person and virtually

  • Be proficient and up to date on the competitive landscape

  • Track client information in Sales Force (CRM)

  • Negotiate pricing and contracts


Desired Profile

  • An experienced sales professional with 3+ years of experience, and a proven track record of success

  • A creative problem solver who can think quickly on their feet

  • Success driven individual who stays focused through self reflection and improvement

  • An individual who is emotionally intelligent and finically literate with a strong understanding of financing and ROI

  • A computer savvy individual who is comfortable with excel and Sales Force.  


Type of Employment

  • Direct Hire


Compensation & Benefits

  • Base + Commission (with 100k+ potential - no commission cap)

  • Health & Dental

  • 401(k)

  • Training stipend

  • A flexible schedule with time off as needed

  • Expense account




Paralegal - Criminal and Civil Law
Job # 139958
Location: Santa Fe, NM

Our client, a prestigious, long-standing law firm with offices in Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and Phoenix, has an opening for a Paralegal to support their criminal and civil practice.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE

  • Prepare affidavits or other documents, such as legal correspondence, and organize and maintain documents in paper or electronic filing system
  • Prepare for trial by performing tasks such as organizing exhibits
  • Prepare legal documents, including briefs, pleadings, appeals, wills, contracts, and real estate closing statements
  • Meet with clients and other professionals to discuss details of case
  • File pleadings with court clerk

DESIRED PROFILE

  • Knowledge of, and prior experience in, criminal law required; experience in civil law preferred.
  • 6+ years' paralegal and/or legal secretarial experience preferred

SCHEDULE

  • Fulltime - typically Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm; occasional overtime

LOCATION

  • Santa Fe, NM

JOB TYPE

  • Direct Hire

COMPENSATION

  • Wage DOE, $22-30+/hr
  • Generous medical/dental/vision insurance after 30 days
  • Paid vacation, sick leave and holidays
  • 401(k) plan
  • Life insurance and long-term disability insurance
  • Profit-sharing plan

Sales Associate
Job # 137071
Location: Albuquerque, NM

Our client, one of the nation’s leading office equipment dealers, is looking for an experienced Sales Associate.  They provide world-class products and service while maintaining local management and community relationships. Their products include document management solutions, interactive display systems, multifunction printers, LCD monitors, document security and more. We are looking for high-energy, top-performing sales professionals to expand existing business and establish new customers. This role requires a consultative approach to earn the trust of the Albuquerque business community.  This is a high-activity sales role.  Hunters welcome!

 

Responsibilities

 

·       Point of contact for major custom accounts within territory

·       Sell products and services by calling on and maintaining relationships with established and prospective commercial and government accounts

·       Inform customers about available services, supplies, prices, and new products

·       Responsible for meeting established sales quota

·       Prepares accurate and timely reports as required by management

·       Coordinates with service personnel regarding customer problems

 

Desired Profile

  • 2+ years B2B Outside Sales experience working with C-level decision makers
  • Experience in Technology Sales desirable
  • BS/BA preferred
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • A valid driver's license

Type of Employment

Direct-Hire

 

Compensation

  • Competitive salary - $30-40K + uncapped commissions + monthly expense allowance
  • President’s Club, Bonus programs
  • Excellent benefits package (including Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance)
  • 401(k) plan with matching company contribution
  • Generous Paid Vacation & Company Holidays policy
  • Tuition Reimbursement Program

Sales Associate (Base plus Commission with no commission cap!)
Job # 136625
Location: Albuquerque, NM


This local solar company has been in business for two decades and is looking for an outside sales rep to join their team!  This established solar industry leader offers a supportive, professional, and fun work environment.  They need a self-motivated and experienced sales professional with an entrepreneurial spirit who doesn’t need to be micromanaged.  If you are disciplined and resilient and looking for an opportunity to take your sales career to the next level, come work for a company repeatedly voted one of the best places to work and apply now!   


Responsibilities

  • Taking a consultative sales approach to develop and maintain relationships with potential clients by providing support, information, and guidance.  

  • Cultivate possible clients by developing professional and personal networking

  • Participation in weekly team meetings and company sponsored events to identify potential clients

  • Proactively communicate and generate leads (some company provided, some personally developed)

  • Meet with potential clients to present solar solutions both in person and virtually

  • Be proficient and up to date on the competitive landscape

  • Track client information in Sales Force (CRM)

  • Negotiate pricing and contracts


Desired Profile

  • An experienced sales professional with 3+ years of experience, and a proven track record of success

  • A creative problem solver who can think quickly on their feet

  • Success driven individual who stays focused through self reflection and improvement

  • An individual who is emotionally intelligent and finically literate with a strong understanding of financing and ROI

  • A computer savvy individual who is comfortable with excel and Sales Force.  


Compensation & Benefits

  • Base + Commission (with 100k+ potential - no commission cap)

  • Health & Dental

  • 401(k)

  • Training stipend

  • A flexible schedule with time off as needed

  • Expense account


Type of Employment

  • Direct Hire



Treasury Manager
Job # 146376
Location: Santa Fe, NM

Our client, a commercial property management company which oversees approximately 500,000 sq ft of real estate with over 300 tenants in Santa Fe and Albuquerque, is looking for a Treasury Manager.  Reporting directly to the President, the Treasury Manager will work closely with the Controller with day-to-day financial operations.   

 

    Responsibilities:

·        Cash management - initiating wire transfers, owner distributions/contributions, ensuring cash sheets match bank balances, update cash positions for 35+ properties, etc.

·        Work closely with the Controller and Accounting Associate to analyze cash needs for payroll, and payables

·        Ability to coordinate multiple deadlines for payroll funding, AP, and mortgage obligations.

·        Communicate cash needs to upper management and be able to follow through with the entire process including initiating wire transfers, setting up ACH payments, and communicating with affiliate companies.

·        Ability to establish working relationships with affiliate companies to be able to coordinate cash needs effectively.

·        Ability to collaboratively work with upper management in times of cash shortages to find a

working solution to meet financial obligations.

·        Review accounts receivable for delinquencies and actively create a process for collections including sending out letters of default, communicating directly with tenants, and involving the President when necessary.

 

    Desired Profile

·        Strong analytical, accounting, mathematical, communication and interpersonal skill

·        Minimum of 3 years work related experience

·        Property management experience preferred

·        Bachelors degree in accounting or finance preferred

·        Experience using Microsoft Office Suite, i.e. Excel, Word, etc.

·        An understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles

·        Ability to effectively handle multiple projects simultaneously in a deadline driven environment

·        Ability to work independently and as part of a team

·        Well organized, great attention to detail, and be a problem solver

 

Location

Santa Fe, NM

Schedule

Monday - Friday

Compensation

$55K + Benefits 

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