CARES Act - Job Opportunities

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La ciudad de Santa Fe ha recibido algunos fondos de la Ley CARES y quiere crear algunos puestos de trabajo para la comunidad. Estos puestos son temporales y estarán vigentes hasta el 31 de diciembre de 2020. Pueden ser puestos a tiempo parcial o tiempo completo. El salario sera $12.10 por hora. Tambien debe de tener documentación legal / autorización para trabajar en los Estados Unidos. Mire las diferentes posiciones a continuación y los requisitos.

Descripciones y requisitos laborales de la ciudad de Santa Fe


1. Ayudante de Santa Fe PROWD (Recreación Ambulante):

  • Ayuda a implementar las reglas y regulaciones del programa para jóvenes para prevenir lesiones entre los participantes y daños a los sitios del programa y al equipo del programa.
  • Ayuda a los supervisores del programa y a los supervisores auxiliares con la coordinación, implementación y supervisión de las diversas actividades recreativas, instructivas y educativas para los participantes del programa.
  • Asiste en la instrucción y cuidado de los participantes del programa en una variedad de actividades recreativas, actividades deportivas y eventos.
  • Se relaciona con los niños participando en actividades para jóvenes
  • Ayuda a servir comida y bocadillos a los participantes del programa.
  • Asiste a juntas de trabajo y entrenamientos de trabajo, según sea necesario.
  • Realiza mantenimiento general y limpieza al final de cada día de trabajo.
  • Sigue todos los protocolos y pautas de Covid-19.

2. Ayudante ambiental:

  • Darle mantenimiento a parques y terrenos.
  • Ayudar con el mantenimiento en el parque y alrededor de las instalaciones recreativas y dar mantenimiento a jardines que incluye plantar, regar, arrancar hierbas, etc.
  • Recoger y tirar la basura; vaciar los botes de basura; carga y descargas  basura y otros escombros
  • Sigue todos los protocolos y pautas de Covid-19.

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The City of Santa Fe has received some CARES Act funds and wants to create some local jobs. Please fill out the Google Form linked below if you would like to be considered.

The city of Santa Fe has received some CARES Act funds and wants to create some jobs for the community. These positions are temporary and will be in effect until December 31st of 2020. These postions requires people to be 16 or older of age can, be part-time or full-time positions. The hourly rate will be $12.10. Also must have legal paperwork/authorization to work in the United States. Please look at the different positions below and the requirements.


City of Santa Fe Job Descriptions and Requirements

Must be:

  • 16 years and older to apply
  • Must have legal paperwork/authorization to work in the United States

1. Santa Fe PROWD (Rec on Wheel program) Helper

-Assists in enforcing youth program rules and regulations among participants to prevent injuries to participants and damage to program sites and program equipment. 

-Assists Program Supervisors and Assistant Supervisors with the coordination, implementation and oversight of the various recreational, instructional and educational activities for program participants.

-Assists in the instruction and care of the program participates in a variety of recreational activities, sporting activities and events.

-Engages with children by participating in youth activities

-Assists in serving food and snacks to program participants.

-Attends staff meetings and staff training, as required.

-Performs general maintenance and cleaning at the end of each workday.

-Follow all Covid-19 protocols and guidelines.


2. Environmental Helper-

-Provide parks and grounds keeping maintenance work.

-Assists in park and around recreational facilities with maintenance and landscape maintenance includes planting, watering, pull weeds, etc.

-Picks up and disposes of litter; empties trash cans; loads and unloads trash and other debris

-Follow all Covid-19 protocols and guidelines.

If interested in any of the above positions, please fill out this form HERE or copy & paste the link below in your browser. 

Call to Action - Call the Governor's Office

Here's a call script from organizers from Keep Santa Fe Multicultural mural campaign. For more information, check out their website: 


Governor's Office:




my name is [insert your name] and I am your constituent from [insert city and state]. I am calling to ask Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham to do everything in her power to save the historic Multicultural mural that currently resides on the Halpin Building on 2118 S Guadalupe Street. The Department of Cultural Affairs has not been transparent about their plans to demolish an important artwork, painted by renowned artists (Gilberto Guzmán, Frederico Vigil, Zara Kriegstein, Rosemary Stearns, David Bradley, and Linda Lomahoftewa) and members of the community, without public input.

I am calling on you to ask the DCA to postpone any further plans to demolish the mural. The DCA should host a public townhall and provide a timeline on Vladem Contemporary’s construction and all plans for demolition of the building. Given that DCA has misrepresented the conservator’s report on the mural, they should also seek a cost estimate proposal by a qualified professional examining all the options provided in Lawrence's original report. And while the DCA’s mission is a ‘dedication to preserving and celebrating the cultural integrity and diversity of our state,’ by pushing for the destruction of a significant cultural and historical marker in Santa Fe, they are not only evading their stated mission, but treating the museum's construction and the mural's destruction as if it were entirely funded by private money when that is not the case.

Please advocate for this significant public artwork and all that it stands for.





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