CFO / Finance Director
Job # 202340
Location: Santa Fe


Our client, a museum dedicated to one of the most significant artists of the twentieth century, has an opening on the executive team for CFO / Finance Director to oversee museum finances and investments, work closely with the Board of Trustees and Committees, direct day-to-day accounting activities, establish and manage sound fiscal policies and procedures.


  • Establish the schedule for budget planning, coordinate with department managers, and prepare annual and long-term operating and capital budgets.
  • Monitor budgets, prepare budget reports, analyze variances, and recommend corrective action where necessary.
  • Prepare and analyze monthly financial reports to ensure compliance with GAAP and guidelines established by Finance Committee.  Present museum financials to committees and Board of Trustee.
  • Establish and maintain accounting controls over restricted and unrestricted funds, and financial policies and procedures, to ensure compliance with GAAP, accounting laws, professional standards and best practices.
  • Serve as ex-officio member and staff liaison to Finance Committee.  Serve as ex-officio member of Investment Committee and liaison with investment consultants.
  • Oversee preparation of tax returns and other reports to ensure compliance with government requirements.
  • Establish appropriate internal controls to ensure integrity of accounts payable, receivables, and payroll processes, prevent fraud and abuse, and safeguard museum assets.
  • Prepare for annual and ad hoc audits.  Serve as museum liaison to external auditors.
  • Lead, supervise, and direct Finance Department of 4 employees.
  • Oversee treasury operations to forecast cash requirements, and ensure liquidity to meet cash-on-hand requirements.
  • Manage relationships with banks, external accountants, auditors, vendors, agencies, and others.  Negotiate favorable terms and conditions with vendors as necessary.
  • Work with Advancement office to monitor Museum Shop inventory and profitability.
  • Support leadership and contribute to strategic planning and policy development, and support organizational progress towards strategic goals and objectives.
  • Support and offer guidance on financial matters to all departments and leadership as required.
  • Additional duties, both assigned and implied, consistent with your knowledge, skills, and abilities that provide value to the museum.


  • 8+ years' accounting/finance experience, including 5+ years' supervisory experience required.
  • 4-year degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field strongly preferred.  MBA, CPA, or other advanced finance credentials preferred.
  • Prior professional experience in arts-related or other non-profit fund accounting environment strongly preferred.
  • Prior experience working with Boards of Directors and Committee members strongly preferred.
  • Technological fluency required, particularly with regards to accounting and ERP systems, and Microsoft Excel.  Knowledge of Financial Edge preferred.
  • Knowledge of GAAP and FASB Nonprofit Accounting Standards required.
  • Analytical, strategic problem-solver.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills to translate financial information to, and collaborate effectively with, diverse stakeholders, notably board members, donors, staff, volunteers, vendors, and museum guests.
  • Fundamental spirit of customer service to all stakeholders.


  • Santa Fe, New Mexico


  • $120,000-160,000 Salary DOE
  • Medical / Dental / Vision Insurance
  • Health Savings Account (HSA) and Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
  • Life and Disability Insurance
  • Matching 403(b) Retirement Plan
  • 4 weeks' Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • 11 Paid Holidays
  • Free Household Museum Membership
  • Free Downtown Santa Fe Parking

Human Resources Director
Job # 202339
Location: Santa Fe, NM

Our client, located in Santa Fe, NM, is a world class museum representing one of the most important artists of the 20th Century.  We are conducting a search for a Human Resources Manager to
continue to cultivate and maintain an environment that makes this Museum highly desirable as a workplace through proven HR practices and innovative approaches to employee engagement. Our ideal candidate is a strategic partner with the expertise and experience to recommend, develop, and implement human resource strategies, policies, and practices to ensure the museum meets its strategic objectives and goals with a committed, talented, collaborative and productive workforce. We are looking for a dynamic, capable, engaging HR professional to manage the following functions:



Staffing and Recruiting Management

  • Works with Director to review staffing levels, organizational design and reporting responsibilities
  • Develops special reports regarding benefit costs, staffing levels/deployment, turnover, absenteeism, recruitment, applicant tracking, Affirmative Action/EEO, compensation, promotions, etc.
  • Defines procedures for recruitment of staff and support hiring manager through the entire process
  • Evaluate and maintain job descriptions as needed

Organization and Employee Development

  • Works with Leadership Team to align HR initiatives to assure that leaders and supervisors have the right skills and behaviors to move the Museum forward as a pre-eminent institution
  • Assures an effective performance management system is in place and that supervisors are conducting frequent performance reviews with their staff and establishing and reviewing goals
  • Analyzes employee development needs, then organizes and schedule appropriate training
  • Facilitates effective communication among all staff. Guides managers and employees on problem-solving, dispute resolution, regulatory compliance and litigation avoidance
  • Diversity, Ethics & Sustainability
  • Ensures that the Museum’s culture demands ethical behavior through training, coaching, and policy, using the Museum’s Code of Ethics, mission and values, as the core principles
  • Working with Director and Board, as appropriate, disciplines employees who violate the Museum’s ethics standards or the law
  • Maintains compliance with federal and state employment regulations

Employee Relations and Support

  • Maintains procedures for document employment actions
  • Provides expertise in employer-employee relations, supporting desired organizational culture. Directly handles employee relations complaints and investigations or refers out, as needed
  • Conducts exit interviews to determine trends and issues in organizational and leadership effectiveness.
  • Monitors and responds to unemployment claims and manages appeals.
  • Works with supervisors and employees who are covered by Worker’s Compensation to assure proper reporting, care and necessary accommodations of employees, to minimize loss of work time and distress to staff.
  • Monitors workers’ compensation claims, provides incident reports to insurance carrier, maintains records and coordinates information between employee and supervisor. Ensures compliance with regulations and filing requirements.

Compensation and Benefits Administration

  • Assures that the Museum’s compensation philosophy supports the vision, values and strategies of the Museum
  • Conducts salary survey reviews and utilizes data to recommend wages and salaries
  • Works with Director of Finance to evaluate benefit plans annually and recommends benefit revisions, balancing needs of workforce against financial resources available
  • Performs additional duties, either incidental or implied, consistent with the job and emerging HR responsibilities





  • Bachelor’s degree required, Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or HR related course work preferred
  • 5+ years’ experience in HR, which includes work at a strategic level
  • SPHR or SHRM-SCP preferred
  • Well-developed interpersonal and both speaking and writing skills, analytical and problem-solving skills, and planning and organizational skills
  • Must have strong computer skills, including Excel
  • Evidence of the ability to positively influence others, to negotiate effectively and to inspire others to work as team players
  • Previous experience working with a Board of Directors desirable



Santa Fe, New Mexico


Fulltime, exempt


Salary:  $95,000-135,000 DOE

Medical / Dental / Vision Insurance

Health Savings Account (HSA) and Flexible Spending Account (FSA)

Life and Disability Insurance

403(b) Retirement Plan (4% match after year 1)

4 weeks' accruable Paid Time Off (PTO) in year 1

11 paid holidays


Senior Customer Service Agent
Job # 201446
Location: Santa Fe

We are looking for an experienced insurance professional for our client, one of the largest independent insurance brokerages in New Mexico, to join our commercial lines team.  The Senior Customer Service Agent will manage various commercial accounts.  This position requires in-depth knowledge of insurance markets, products, underwriting, and reference. Commercial lines insurance managers focus heavily on managing accounts and aiding executives. 


        Manage a group of existing accounts and assist with reviewing and processing renewals and new accounts.

        Sell insurance policies to new customers and identify cross-selling opportunities.

        Work with customers and insurance company to arrange premium payments, answer questions, and explain changes.

        Prepare rate quotes, assemble coverage summaries and proposals, and monitor the status of claims reports.

Desired Profile:

      4+ years of previous commercial lines management experience

      Highly organized, attentive to detail, and able to remain calm in high-stress environments

      Strong communication skills and a sense of professionalism are also important

Reports to


General Manager


Santa Fe, NM


Monday-Friday, 8-5 (one-hour lunch)

Type of Employment

Temp-to-Perm  or Direct Hire


                $21 - 31/hour DOE + Benefits offered with direct hire 

Service Cashier
Job # 209844
Location: Santa Fe, NM

This luxury dealership located in Santa Fe is looking for a Service Cashier to assist customers with loaner vehicles and accept payments for service and parts. This position will also be responsible for keeping a clean an organized customer lounge and filing for service, accounting, and sales departments.  


Greet customers, offer refreshments and snacks

Stock refrigerators with snacks and beverages

Follow procedures for loaner vehicles for service customers

Receive payment and authorization from service customers

Closeout repair orders and parts tickets

Organize internal service tickets

Maintain a clean and organized workspace included filing paperwork and returning keys immediately

Keep printers stocked with various kinds of paper and ink




Previous customer service experience

Previous cash handling experience

Strong computer skills

Problem solving capabilities

Willing to work overtime upon request

Flexibility to schedule lunches and breaks as needed to keep desk covered


            Santa Fe, NM


            Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 6:00 pm 


            Full-time, Temp-to-hire


            $12-13/hour + Benefits and PTO offered upon direct hire

Temporary Staffing
Job # 197225
Location: Santa Fe, NM

Looking for Temporary Staff


We are seeking great employees for our Temporary Staffing division. Are you underemployed, unemployed, or retired and seeking extra income? Temping could be the perfect solution for you. 99% of our assignments are M-F, 8:00 – 5:00pm. Sometimes evenings and weekends. Compensation can vary depending on experience level. Join our team! We pay weekly!


We are always seeking skilled:


• Accounting Staff: A/P-A/R, Bookkeepers, Assistants


• Office Administrative Staff: Managers, Assistants, Receptionists, Clerical


• Customer Service & Event Staff


• Executive, Legal and Personal Assistants



If you have experience in any of these fields and would like to be registered with our agency for assignments, please submit your resume through our website.

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