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Employment Opportunity: Tribal Outreach and Program Support Specialist, New Mexico State Library

The New Mexico State Library is hiring a Tribal Outreach and Program Support Specialist to work out of our Crownpoint field office.

$36,332 – $56,314 Annually (This position is a Pay Band 50)

Applications Close: August 14, 2023

Job Description: The Tribal Outreach and Program Support Specialist is responsible for the Navajo Nation Library Outreach, which consists of assisting the Tribal Library Program (TLP) Coordinator with the development of community libraries on the Navajo Nation as requested by chapter house leaders; and representing the New Mexico State Library (NMSL) TLP at community and tribal functions. Additionally, the position is in charge of Tribal Library Program Grant Management and Library Development. The position provides support for the: Libraries Grant Program; State Grants in Aid Program; Rural Library Endowment Program; and General Obligation Bond Program.

This job serves New Mexico’s Navajo Nation chapters, senior centers, schools, tribal libraries, and public libraries.

Ideal Candidate: The ideal candidate has library experience and college degree in business or accounting preferred. Must be proficient in MSOffice suite of software, including Word and Excel with the ability to use merge functions to create large batches of documents and spreadsheets to track various programs for tribal and public libraries. Fluent speaker of Diné Bizaad preferred.

For full job description and to apply, visit the job posting on the NM State Personnel Office website.

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