Careers at NMRLD
The primary responsibility our Human Resources Bureau is to ensure compliance with the State Personnel Act and the State Personnel Board (SPB) Rules which require the “certification of the highest standing candidates to prospective employers (10-9-13 F.).”
Chief Information Officer
The Chief Information Officer will oversee the use of Information technology (IT) for the Regulation and Licensing Department. This position will devise the agency’s IT strategy and ensure that all systems necessary to support its operations and objectives are in place.
- Oversee projects and assignments within the Information Technology Bureau.
- Lead efficient operation of the team so that prompt modernization and upgrades of information systems are performed as needed.
- Conduct performance evaluations that are timely and constructive.
Information technology responsibilities:
- Collaborate with members of the executive management to identify ways IT can assist the agency in achieving business and financial goals.
- Identify new Information System (IS) developments and technologies; anticipate resulting organizational modifications.
- Ensure that IT and network infrastructure adequately support the agencies computing, data processing, and communications needs.
- In conjunction with the Administrative Services Division, develop and implement the IT budget.
- Communicate goals, projects, and timelines of the Bureau to the executive management; plan ways to execute those goals within the department.
- Establish long-term IS needs and plan and develop strategies for developing systems and acquiring software and hardware necessary to meet those needs.
- Assist as top-level contact for end users in determining IS requirements and/or solutions.
- Ensure compliance with government regulations that apply to systems operations.
- Perform other related duties as assigned.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite or related software.
- Excellent ability to conceptualize long-term business goals and develop orderly processes to accomplish those goals.
- Excellent managerial skills.
- Thorough understanding of information technology and information technology systems.
Education and Experience:
- Master’s degree in business administration, Computer Science, or Information Technology required.
- At least 10 years of experience in administration of information systems and technology, with increasing level of responsibility throughout.
- Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer.
- Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at times.
- In-State Travel is required.
Annual salary between $59,051.20 minimum to $146,150.58 maximum
Clay Bailey, Deputy Superintendent, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Human Resources Manager III
Why does this job exist?
The Human Resource Manager for the Regulation and Licensing Department (RLD) will provide the Superintendent and agency management with high level support and guidance for organizational review, classifications, position assignment reviews, compensation, disciplinary review and actions, recruitment, onboarding process and separations. The incumbent of this position will will interpret New Mexico State Personnel Board Rules, PERA rules, RLD Policies and Procedures, AFSCME Union Contract, and federal/state laws related to Human Resources, such as the Fair Labor Standards Act, Equal Pay Act, Age, Discrimination Act, Family Medical Leave etc..
In addition, responsive communication and a proactive approach are required in providing direction to the agency to meet the business and operational needs.
Salary: $74,840 – $112,259 Annually
Location: Santa fe
Job ID: 135518
Job Closing Date: 8/22/2023
Apply At: careers.share.state.nm.us
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Benefits at the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department
Benefits come in all shapes and sizes, and at the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department, we recognize that one size does not fit all. Whether you’re looking for stellar health care or valuable retirement plans, the State of New Mexico has you covered.
We offer health insurance benefits for you and your family’s needs. You are able to select from a variety of medical insurance plans, including prescription, dental and vision.
One of the most important benefits you receive as a public employee is membership in the Public Employees Retirement Association of New Mexico. PERA provides a lifetime pension when you retire and a lifetime pension for your beneficiary as well, if one is chosen. PERA can assist you in preparing you for your future. Employees may also contribute to a Deferred Compensation Plan to supplement their retirement savings.
We recognize that your life is made up of many pieces. You value your time with friends and family, wellness, spirituality, relaxation and, of course, your work life. NMRLD supports your work life balance.
Compensation at NMRLD
At NMRLD, we are committed to providing a fair and competitive compensation at all levels. Base salary for new employees is determined based on candidate experience and education, internal equity and departmental funding.
Diversity & Inclusion
The New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department strives to provide an inclusive, supportive community that values diversity in people and ideas. NMRLD maintains a commitment to diversity and inclusion, while being steadfast in our pledge to, opportunity and success for all.